Monday afternoon, August 31, 2020, Michael Gordon Woodall, loving husband, father, son, and friend, passed away at Piedmont Mountainside hospital at the age of 58. He passed away in the company of his wife Barbara Woodall, daughter Maxie Woodall, and father Gary Woodall. Michael was born in Atlanta, Georgia on August 10, 1963 to Gary and Shirley Woodall. He married his wife Barbara Woodall, together they adopted and raised their daughter Maxie Woodall. Michael was a very caring person always willing to help out when you needed it. He volunteered at Grandview fire department for 5 years and worked as former operations chief and captain at Bent Tree Public safety for 8 years. In his free time he loved to do woodwork, hunt, and spend time with his family. Michael was preceded in death by his mother, Shirley. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, daughter, Maxie, Brothers, Barry and Derek, father, Gary, and several uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.We are honored the family is having a memorial service this Friday, September 4, 2020. here at our funeral home. Our address is 481 Noah Drive, Jasper, Ga. The family will receive guest starting at 1:00 p.m. and the service will begin at 2:00 p.m. The family has requested in lieu of flowers donations be made to Maxie for College. Maxie is a Senior at Pickens High School and will graduate this Spring 2021. Barbara has requested those donations be made by Venmo @Maxie-Woodall.
Brandy Noel Reynolds,44, Our Mother,Sister, and Aunt born December 18,1975 passed away on August 21,2020. She was a caring and loving woman to everybody she met. She was the best care taker of her family and friends. She also was a great friend to all of her coworkers at the Canton Home Depot where she worked for 12 years. She is survived by her daughters Delena Densmore 14, and Sophia Densmore 11, sisters Colleen Plummer and Carrie Johnson, nephews Levi Plummer, Justin Plummer, and Tucker Johnson, niece Destiny Plummer. Her beautiful smile and laugh will be greatly missed!
Harrilyn Sutton, age 69 of Jasper, Ga passed away August 16,2020 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born August 2nd, 1951 in Rome, Ga to Jesse Buford Sutton and Willie Mae Freeman. Harrilyn will be remembered for his beautiful gospel singing, talented art work and his love for his family, coffee, rocking chairs, and his friends at Grandview Healthcare Center. Harrilyn is survived by his daughter Misty Postell (David Postell) of Jasper, Ga, Sister:Julia Greenway (Larry Greenway) of Cartersville, GA Brothers: Jerry Sutton of Rome, GA, and Larry Sutton (Marcella Vega) of Winchester, OR. Grandchildren: Shay Warren (Joseph Warren) of Roopville, GA, Skylar Smith of Jasper, GA and Kaleb Smith of Jasper, GA. Great Grandsons: Jaxson Warren, Jasper Warren and Kye Smith. Visitation will be held Tuesday August 18, 2020 from 12pm - 2:00pm at In Their Honor of Jasper Funeral Home, located in Jasper, Ga. Services will be held at 2:00 pm. Graveside services will be held at Lake Forest Memorial Park in Jasper, Ga at 4:00 pm. Hector Cobos officiating. Pallbearers include Skylar Smith, Kaleb Smith, Aaron Postell, Adam Postell, Hector Cobos and Joseph Warren.
Henri Broomall was born July 7th, 1946 in Georgia to parents, Henry & Essie Yaun. She worked in the broadcasting industry as a programmer. She was married to John Broomall & they resided in Canton, Ga. May Henri rest in peace.
Brenda Joyce Bradford was born on June 4, 1942 in North Carolina to parents, Grady & Eva Willis. She worked as a hairdresser in the personal care industry. She resided in Jasper, Ga. May Brenda rest in peace.
Judith Arden Bell was born April 28th, 1936 in Indiana to parents, Burnett & Christine Strohm. Judith was a teacher. She resided in Sandy Springs, Ga. May she rest in peace.
Helen Margurite Baker was born on August 31st, 1921 in Canada to parents, John & Muriel Agar. Helen was married to Bradford Baker and she was a homemaker. They resided in Jasper, Ga. May she rest in peace.
Antoinette Spadafino Reda, lovingly known as Ann, Mom, Mema and Auntie Ann, peacefully gained her Heavenly Angel Wings on Tuesday, August 4th at 1:40 a.m. For 79 years, she donned her Earthly Angel Wings as anyone who ever knew her would attest to. Born August 2nd, 1941 in the Bronx, NY to Grace and Joseph Spadafino, she was a loving sister to Joe, Andy and Marie. The cherished role of Mother was fulfilled when Sandi & R.J. were born. Her joy was her family and her love for them was immense. She moved to Atlanta from Mt. Kisco, NY in 1996, following Sandi & Jim’s wedding in 1995. She beamed with pride last year as R.J. married Dani, who she loved like a daughter. Her absolute treasures were her 3 grandchildren, Jimmy, Jenna and Jillian. She doted on them from the second they were born. Ann could often be found at school functions and sporting events in the stands cheering her “Munchkins” on and when she couldn’t attend, they could always count on a text from Mema after saying how proud she was of them. From her famous pancakes, spinach quiche, entire weekend sleepovers, movie nights and quests for the newest Beanie Boo, to her greeting Jimmy at the top of the stairs when he parked his Jet-ski in her garage with a Gatorade toss, everything was always better at Mema’s house. Ann was never defined by the illnesses that tried many times to shorten her time with us. She courageously and valiantly fought with her support system right beside her every step of the way. She showed up for appointments and treatments always beautifully dressed with a smile on her face and kind word for every single person who took care of her.
J. Refugio Sanchez Gutierrez was born in Mexico on June 3rd, 1953 to parents, Fernando Sanchez Solis and Mercedez Lopez Gutierrez. He was married to Maria Elana Haro Romero. He was employed as a wheel maker at a manufacturing company. They resided in Canton, Ga. May he rest in peace.
David Julious Courson was born on December 1, 1950 to parents, Julious and Eva Courson. He was a maintenance supervisor. David was married to Ann Thomas. They resided in Kingston, Ga. May he rest in peace.
Patrick Eugene Maddux was born on March 28th, 1937 to parents Eugene and Docia Maddux. Pat was a retired Graphic Interior Designer. He was preceded in death by his wife, Linda Ann Crower and his parents. May he rest in peace.
Sunnie Rae Wallace was born in Beckley, WV on March 4, 1980. She passed away peacefully in her home in Canton, Ga on July 22, 2020. Sunnie was a loving mother, daughter, and sister. The love of her life were her children Aidan, River, and Stormie. She will forever be their guardian angel. She is survived by parents Vickie Lewis, Jackie & Angela Warden, sister Hannah, bothers Chaz & Jackie Jr., many uncles, aunts, cousins, and grandmother Sadie Warden. She will be missed dearly by her lifelong friend Beth Couture. Sunnie was a registerd nurse who worked with the home bound and was beloved by many of her patients. Her light will always shine and she will be truly missed but never forgotten. There will be a private service for immediate family at In Their Honor of Jasper, 481 Noah Drive, Jasper Ga. on Saturday, August 1st from 1-3.
Rex was born in Tate Georgia on September 7, 1966. He passed away on Thursday, July 16, 2020 after a long battle with lung cancer. He passed at home in Jasper Georgia peacefully. Rex was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, friend, to so many, and if you had the pleasure of meeting him you were sure to leave with memories that make you laugh. He enjoyed social events and being surrounded by friends and family. Friends are invited to share their memories of Rex with his family during visitation at In Their Honor of Jasper, 481 Noah Drive, Jasper Ga. on Sunday, July 19th from 2-6. There will be a small service held in those hours from 3-4. Pastor Andrew Hight will speak at the service. Condolences for the family and any donations to help with funeral expenses can be arranged by calling In Their Honor at 706-253-5060.
Judy Cloyes passed away July, 15, 2020 at the Sonshine Manor Personal Care Home in Ellijay, Georgia. She was 76 years of age. A native of Waycross, Georgia, she graduated from Ware County High School where she was Homecoming Queen in 1961. She was preceded in death by her father, Lemuel A. Purdom and mother Dorothy May (McQuaig) Purdom. Left to grieve her loss include her husband Bob (Jasper, GA), sons Rusty, wife Karen, and grandsons Flynn and Jude (Austin, TX); Steve, wife Kristin and grandson Colin (Portland, OR); daughter Mindy and husband Eric, grandchildren Ellianna, Ceanna, and Cooper (Glen Allen, VA); sisters Sandra, husband Leonard, (Brentwood, CA), Barbara (Waycross, GA), brother, Larry, wife Eloise, (Waycross, GA), and cousins Patricia McCarthy (Waycross, Ga) and Jennifer Poulan, husband Dorian (Jacksonville, Fla). While living on St Simons Island, Judy met and married Ensign Bob Cloyes USN, in June 1967 and began a thirty-one year career as a Navy wife. Together they enjoyed duty stations in San Diego, CA (twice), Brunswick, GA, Virginia Beach, VA (three times), Newport, RI, Monterey, CA, and Keflavik, Iceland. While raising their children Judy experienced the tremendous bond of both squadron and ship’s company wives’ groups. Retirement began in 1997 from Navy life for Bob, and for Judy from the administrative offices of the Virginia Beach School System. Since then they have lived in El Cajon, CA; Sequim, WA; Blackshear, GA, and Jasper, GA. settling in the Bent Tree Community. Judy has been a life-long Episcopalian. She grew up in Grace Episcopal Church in Waycross, GA and concluded in the Episcopal Church of the Holy Family in Jasper, GA. She converted Bob in 1967 and encouraged his participation in every Episcopal Church along the way. For all, it has been a time of mourning since she left this world. Be assured she continues to be kind, gracious, and loving in the Lord’s Kingdom as she has been a blessing here on Earth. A Celebration of Life service and reception will take place in the near future. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of your choice.
DONALD "GENE" CHILDERS Died- 7/3/2020 Survivors- Sons- Greg Childers & Chris Childers, both of Jasper, GA Daughters- Valerie Reece (Johnny) of Jasper, GA Rhonda Yoakem (Lance) of Jasper, GA Brother- Phillip (AP) Childers (Shirley), Jerusalem Community 5 Grandchildren Proceeded in death- Parents- Gus & Bonnie Childers of Ludville, GA Brother- Fred Childers of Ludville, GA Sister- Claudine Childers of Ludville, GA
George Lloyd Smith Obituary George Lloyd Smith was born June 5, 1949 in Green Bay, Wisconsin to Father Lloyd Ernest Smith and Mother Jeanette Ann Vertz. He had 1 brother, Charles and 3 sisters, Catherine, Yvonne & Cindy. George served in the United States Navy for 8 years. He received a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Saginaw State University in Michigan. After leaving the Navy, he and Linda moved to Michigan where he worked for Consumers Energy and Crane Nuclear, which ultimately brought him to Georgia. George and Linda Kay PetersenSmith were married for 48 years. They have three sons, Tony, Rob and David. Tony is married to Patsy, they have two children, Maddie and Max and live in Chapel Hill, NC. Rob is married to Heather, they also have two children, Amara and Liam and live in St. Charles, IL. David lives with his life partner, Nueng in Bangkok, Thailand. George and Linda moved to their dream home here in Jasper three years ago. He died peacefully at home July, 3, 2020. The family has chosen to have a celebration of life in the future when David & Nueng are able to return from Thailand. The word “cannot” was not a part of George’s vocabulary. Always an engineer at heart, he often enjoyed repairing anything that was broken. He was happy to do it and even more excited to teach his children and/or grandchildren how to fix anything broken. We know many of you reading this never had the privilege of knowing George. We want you to know you missed a good human. He will be missed dearly by his family and friends. Until tomorrow George.
Patrick W. Stanfield Born May 9, 1938 and passed June 29, 2020. Patrick was born in Tate, Georgia to Ermen and Ruby Stanfield on May 9, 1938. Patrick was married to Sharon Kaiser on November 18, 1983. He was the love of her life. They had three children Aletitia, Dawn, and Amanda. Patrick loved to raise chickens and he liked to hunt. He served in the United States Navy and was stationed in California. Patrick was loved dearly by his family and may he rest in peace.
Michael Knight Davis Big Canoe, GA- Michael Knight Davis died peacefully at home on June 30, 2020. He was born on January 4, 1941 to Dr. John Thomas Davis and Nell Balcome Davis in Walhalla, SC. He was a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology and a member of Phi Delta Fraternity. On July 14,1966 he married Kathryn Antoinette Davis. A devoted husband and father, he took great joy in providing a loving home for his family. He was a systems analyst and consultant in his working years and served as Chief Financial Officer for Consulting Services Inc. before his retirement in 2000. His retirement was interrupted when he chose to serve as a tax consultant with H&R Block for eight years. He had a deep appreciation of nature and enjoyed serving on the Mountain Stewards and Big Canoe Trail Committee. He discovered his hidden artistic talent in the Big Canoe artist club and travelled overseas to find further artistic inspiration. His life was an adventure that carried him from a small country town to the big city and he later settled in the North Georgia mountains. We take comfort knowing he is at peace, and he will forever live in our hearts. Survivors include his wife, Kay, his children Michelle Harvey, Dr. Michael K. Davis, Jr., Maj. Anthony (Tony) Davis, and seven grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his brothers, John T. Davis, Dr. Edward Davis and by his parents. In lieu of flowers the family would recommend a donation to Big Canoe Pet Rescue or your favorite charity.
Patrick Carl Bohana passed away peacefully June 25th at age 76. Pat will fondly be remembered by friends and family as a person who lived his life in the service of others. After serving honorably for 8 years in the USAF from 1961-1969 his life became wholly dedicated to the family he would build, starting with his loving wife Dianne. Together they lived a life spanning 40 years filled with love, compassion, generosity, and selflessness. Patrick found great success in his career in sales, but it was the adventure that he took his family on that he will be remembered for most. From Maryland to Singapore, Phuket to California, he always wanted the very best for his family and to be there to lend an ear to listen, a shoulder to cry on, or arms to wrap around us. No matter the ups and downs, Patrick was always the steady hand that kept us all moving forward and striving to be the very best we could. He never complained, never asked for anything from anyone, and always did his absolute best to do right by people. He was boisterous and funny with the most wonderful smile and laugh recognized by all that knew him. Patrick leaves behind his wife Dianne, their two children Carolyn and Michael, grandchildren James and Caitlynn, sisters Mary and Luci, and brother Chuck. While he may have been called home, we find comfort in knowing that he will remain a part of us and that we will see him again.
Penelope Louise Peppers born March 23, 1948 and passed on June 23, 2020. Penelope has lived in the Jasper area for 16 years and moved here from Sharpsburg, Georgia and preceded in death by her parents Clyde and Mamie Duke and her brother Jimmy Duke. Survivors include her loving husband of 56 years Jerry D. Peppers, children Cindy Gates and husband Dave Gates, Shelly Peppers and husband Jimmy Berry, brother Bill Duke and his wife Carol. Grandchildren of Penelope include Hayley Willis and her husband Skyler Willis, Cotie Hoover, Tori McDaniels and her husband Tate, and Tyler Gates. Great Grandchildren include Emma Willis and Macie McDaniels. Great Grandchildren include Emma Willis and Macie McDaniels.Visitation will be held this Saturday, June 27 at 1:00 p.m. and the memorial service will follow at our chapel beginning at 3:00 p.m.The family has requested that any donations be made to American Red Cross or The Leukemia Society in lieu of flowers.
Thomas Allen Dennard, 71, a recent resident in Bent Tree of Jasper, Georgia, passed away by heart attack Wednesday, June 17, 2020. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on December 27, 1948, to the late Tom L. and Pearly Mae Dennard. Surviving children are April, Angela, Tommy, Ryan, & Johnny. He was a humble Christian who loved his family & served the Lord. He was cremated on Friday June 19, 2020 witnessed by eldest daughter April. April Billings
Heinz was born January 23, 1944 in Wuerzburg, Germany. We were married in 1966 and five years later his employment brought Heinz, me and his young daughter to the United States. In his line of work Heinz travelled extensively throughout the United States where he met many people and made life-long friends. He especially enjoyed motorcycle touring with his friends both in the United States and Europe and often times served as tour guide -- a service that generated many fond memories and appreciation from his friends. As a couple we enjoyed 'vintage car' touring with our friends where we oftentimes made memorable stops at various mountain functions, restaurants and wineries. Heinz cherished his life-long friends and received their heartfelt friendship in return. He truly was a good friend to many and a beloved husband to me. Your Loving Wife, Hannelore
Longtime Burnsville resident, Retired Lt. Col. Clarence H. Bush Jr., 90, died peacefully at Presbyterian Village in Austell, Georgia June 14, 2020. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Elsie Marie Bush; daughters Lea Foster and husband Jerry and Jody Vise and husband Jon; 5 grandsons, Zac, Aaron & Josh Foster and Seth & Jared Vise; and 8 great grandchildren. Born in Rich Patch, Virginia, February 20, 1930, Clarence joined the Army Air Corps in 1948. His career began as a hurricane hunter in Bermuda where he brought his bride, Elsie, after their wedding December 25, 1950. Together they traveled the world for 31 years as Clarence served in the Air Weather Service of the Air Force. Once retired, they made Burnsville their home and shared the beauty of the area with their extended family until 2014 when they moved to Atlanta to be closer to family. He is now in his heavenly home with his Savior Jesus Christ. A memorial service will be held in Burnsville later in the year. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his honor to the Parkinson’s Foundation, the Alzheimer’s Foundation, or Compassion International.
'Katherine Lynn Boyd was born April 28th 1959 in Tate, Georgia and passed June 3rd 2020 at her sister's home surrounded by loved ones and laughter just as she had lived. Kathy always had a kind word, enough time to help, and a joy for life that ensured she never met a stranger. Kathy never passed up a good life experience or thrift store or an opportunity to share her faith and good works. She is preceded in death by her mother and father, Eva and Mack Martin and her brother Randy (Karen) Martin. She is survived by her husband, John Edward Boyd, one daughter, Brandy (Scott) Mann, 2 brothers, Mike (Betty Sue) Martin, Frank (Barbara) Martin, and 1 sister, Gina (Jeff) Payne. She has several loving nieces and nephews that enriched her days throughout and which she loved very much. Family has requested a private service but once gathering restrictions are over a celebration of life will follow. Rest in peace, Mom.'
Frederick William Miller, 79 was born August 24, 1940. He passed away peacefully on May 20, 2020 with his wife Kay by his side. Fred enlisted with the US Navy in 1962 and was stationed on the USS Sam Houston, nuclear submarine, as an engineer. He retired from IBM after 25+ years and was active in his church. He is survived by his wife Kay, 3 Children, 3 Step Children, 11 Grandchildren, and 1 Great Grandson.
Susan Davenport Martin09/27/1942 - 05/14/2020Born in Nashville, TN and raised in Birmingham, AL.Graduate of Birmingham Southern where she was an active member of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority and later studied fashion design and art at Chambre Syndicale De La Couture Parisienne in Paris, France. She then went on to work as a fashion designer and Teen Board Fashion advisor for Rich's Department Store in Atlanta, GA
Walter Sam Denson, Jr. (Junior) passed away on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at Manor Lake Assisted Living and Memory Care-Bridgemill, Canton, Georgia. Junior was born in 1944 in Jasper, Georgia. He was a retired Veteran, a retired clerk for the US Postal Service-Canton, and a retired technician from AmeriGas Propane. He loved helping anyone and everyone! Through the years he also was a volunteer Fire Fighter at the Clayton Community fire department, a First Responder, baled hay in the Summer and loved to garden, fish and hunt. even though Alzheimers robbed him of many things, it did not take away his want to help, work outside and love for his family. He was the oldest child of his family.
Pamela was born September 12, 1943 in Waycross, Georgia to Father Dallas Jaimison Ball and Mother Marjorie Veale. Pamela worked as a clerk for the United States Government in Civil Service. Mrs. Smith is survived by her husband Howard Terry Smith Jr. of 51 years.
Mr. Wright was born on March 12, 1966 in Canton, Georgia to Father Roy Lee Wright and Mother Ora Grace Fountain. Leslie enjoyed remodling and had his own company in McCaysville, Georgia. Mr. Wright is survived by his wife Ruby Hawkins Wright.
Mr. Johnson was born January 13, 1949 in Franklin, Kentucky to Father Claud Johnson and Mother Mary Crenshaw Miller. Johnny is survived by his wife Donna and son Trace.
Mr. Brunetti was born November 11, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York to Father Salvatore Brunetti and Mother Louise Sposato. Eugene was an Army Veteran and worked for Reynolds Aluminum as a Manager. Mr. Brunetti was laid to rest at Georgia National Cemetery on April 21, 2020.
Ms. Pauline was born Pauline Elizabeth Honea December 13, 1940 in Jasper, Georgia. Father William E. Honea and Mother Edna Pearl Robinson. Pauline was a Homemaker and is survived by her Daughter Lynn Van Ry. Ms. Jordan was laid to rest at Longswamp Baptist Church Cemetery in Marble Hill.
Dollie was born in Carrollton, Ga. to Father Millerd Hill and Mother Sabra Card. Dollie passed away on April 11, 2020 and will now reside in the Kingdom of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Dollie was a loving Mother and a devout Christian Woman. The following scripture was her last Facebook Post and sums it all up😇 The earth is the Lord ’s, and everything in it. The world and all its people belong to Him. For He laid the earth’s foundation on the seas and built it on the ocean depths. Who may climb the mountain of the Lord ? Who may stand in His holy place? Only those whose hands and hearts are pure, who do not worship idols and never tell lies. They will receive the Lord ’s blessing and have a right relationship with God their savior. Such people may seek You and worship in Your presence, O God of Jacob. Interlude Open up, ancient gates! Open up, ancient doors, and let the King of glory enter. Who is the King of glory? The Lord , strong and mighty; the Lord , invincible in battle. Open up, ancient gates! Open up, ancient doors, and let the King of glory enter. Who is the King of glory? The Lord of Heaven’s Armies— He is the King of glory. Rest Easy Dollie🌸
Cynthia Joan Lloyd was born June 19, 1959 in Amityville, New York to Father Thomas Lloyd and Mother Jean Dorothy Lipiac. Ms. Lloyd resided in Talking Rock , Georgia and passed April 25, 2020 at Piedmont Mountainside. Ms. Lloyd is survived by her Best Friend Mr. Chris Eaton.
Karen was born February 26. 1950 in Jacksonville, Florida to Felston Anderson and Sarah Mobley. Karen passed away April 29, 2020 at Northside Cherokee Hospital. Ms. Miller is survived by her son Keith Kowalski and her sisters Terri and Jodi Anderson who reside in Florida. Karen was a resident here in Jasper, Georgia and worked at the nearby Publix. Karen was a very loving and caring person. She is dearly loved and will be missed.
Kevin Lee Plummer, 53, Our Father and Husband born on March 16, 1967 passed away on April 24, 2020. Was a great friend to everybody he met. A great father to his three children Levi, Destiny and Justin. A fantastic uncle to Delena , Sophia and Tucker, and lastly the ultimately fantastic husband to Colleen. He sorely will be missed by everyone.
Brenda Diane Bethune Lloyd, 69 passed from this earth on Sunday, March 29, 2020 and is greatly missed by her family and friends. Brenda was born October 5, 1950 in Trion, Ga. and moved to Fort Myers, Florida as toddler and lived there until 1984 at which time she and her son Dwayne moved to Georgia. She worked at various jobs throughout her life to include banking and accounting.
Joan Kirby Millsap passed away at her home Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Survivors include her sons and daughter in law, Brian Millsap and Brandon and Kimberly Millsap; brother Doug Kirby and sister Barbara Blackwood. She has several grandchildren, Cody, Carissa, Cole, Chase, Kaitlyn, Jacob, Blake, and McKenna and several nieces and nephews.
Betty Jane Griffin 10/08/2020-03/04/2020. Ms. Betty was born in McCloud, California to Father Reinhart Heldstab and Mother Ada Godfrey. Ms. Griffin earned a Masters in Education and worked as a teacher for years. Betty was widowed and her husband was John Griffin. John and Betty had five children.
Thomas Walton Howard 09/16/48-02/29/2020. Mr. Howard was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to Father Floyd Howard Jr. and Shirley Connaughton Smith. Thomas worked in the Moving and Storage industry for U-Haul. A resident of Jasper, Georgia. Thomas is survived by his two children.
Mr. Kerry Alan Metts 09/07/1965~02/22/2020. Kerry Alan Metts was born in Savannah, Georgia to Father Charles Everett Metts and Mother Carolyn Eleashia Murphy. Mr. Metts moved to Ellijay and worked for himself in the HVAC industry. Mr. Metts is survived by his Sister Cindy Knight of Savannah.
Otis Donald Wilder 08/29/1944~02/20/2020. Veteran Wilder was born in Thomaston, Georgia to Father John Henry and Mother Thelma Woods and served in our Armed Forces. Mr. Wilder worked as a mechanic for Delta Airlines. Veteran Wilder is survived by his wife Christine Burkett Wilder.
Donald Roy Boss July 1, 1940-December 15, 2019. Donald was born in Scottsburg, Indian to Father Roy Boss and Mother Ms. Mull. Veteran Boss served in the United States Navy and worked as an electrician. Donald resided in McDonough, Ga. with his wife Anne.
David Pepper Marks June 10, 1931-November 18, 2019. David was born in Canada to Father Thomas Joseph Marks and Mother Sarah Evelyn Spindled. Davis worked as an Engineer for Bellsouth. David resided in Blairsville with his wife Charlotte Thompson Padgett.
William Humber DeBary December 7, 1977-November 3, 2019. William was born Albany, Ga. in 1977 to Father Ronald DeBary and Mother Gena Humber. William served in the United States Army as a Chef. William worked in the restaurant industry. Veteran DeBary was laid to rest at Georgia National Cemetery.
Deborah Joyce Hudgins January 7, 1952-September 22, 2019. Deborah was born in Atlanta, Ga. to Father Hubert Hudgins and Mother Hana Matsunaga. Deborah worked in the medical field as a paramedic. Deborah retired to Ellijay and is survived by her son Jeffery Bernard Hudgins, his wife Kelley and their three beautiful children.
Wyatt and Wade were born September 1, 2019 and passed on to be with Jesus the same day. Wyatts' Father Kinnon Park Lindsey and Mother Ashley Mae Stewart reside in Cartersville and had a private ceremony. We were honored to care for this sweet family in their time of need.
Stella Korowotny September 11, 1928-January 30, 2020. Stella was born in Pennsylvania to Father Jan Yackowski and Mother Stephania Kenedeliski. Stella is survived by her son Scott Korowotny.
Mr. Daniel F. Pihl January 30, 1934-January 10, 2020. Daniel was a Jasper resident and passed peacefully at Grandview Nursing Facility. Daniel was preceded in death by his wife Barbara Pihl. Daniel was born in Massachusetts to Fredrick Wilson Pihl and Wilma Enimaline Sanborn. Daniel is survived by his Sister Sandra Naticchioni of Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
Veteran Edward Lynn Leachman was born November 22, 1948 and passed away peacefully at his home in Forsyth County on January 08, 2020. Edward is survived by his wife Tara Leachman.
March 21, 1955-January 11, 2020. Charles J. Pritchard was born in Tennessee and moved to Jasper area for most of his life. Charles passed in Ellijay at his home.
January 3, 1969 – February 1, 2020. Tammy Lynn was born January 3, 1969 in Rockdale Georgia To Hazel and Wyman Philips. Tammy passed away February 1, 2020 at Kennestone hospital. Tammy was 51 years old, she is survived by her husband, Jason Hatcher of Temple, Georgia.
Carl Wayne Sissom, 83, of Bent Tree, Jasper passed away Sunday, October 13, 2019. Carl was born in Grundy County, Tennessee as the oldest child of 8, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sissom, coalminers. He served his country in the US Navy for 20 years and 6 years retired civil service. Mr. Sissom obtained his Master’s Degree in Hospital Administration, worked as a mental health therapist at Parkside Lutheran General Hospital in Chicago, totaling 45 years as a certified...