fC- Mornirig News • Friday, February 7, 1997 * * * *
Thomas 0 . Aaron Leo Aden John D. Brabham Sr. Cleo B. CoJeman Jessie Maa A. Jonas
The obituary listings are a Leo Allen, 87, died Wednesday at Hos- STATESBORO Mrs Cleo Barren Mrs. Jessie Mae Anderson Jones, 74,
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Thom- HARDEEVILLE - John David Brab-
free service of the Savannah as O. Aaron, 71, died Monday at home. pice Savannah. ham ST., 81, died Thursday at Low Coun- Coleman, 86, died Thursday at Statesboro died Thursday at Memorial Medical Cen!
Morning News, compiled from He was born in Burke County, Ga., He was born in Hllltonia and lived In try General Hospital in Ridgeland. Nursing Home. » ter
written information sent by fu- and lived in Elmira, N Y , for 42 years Savannah 83 years. He was a member of He was -born in Hardeeville and re- She was born in Washington County She was born in Savannah and attend-
neral homes. A family contact and in Fort Lauderdale for five months. Bethany Missionary Baptist Church. tired as a lab technician for Johns and lived in Bulloch County most of her ed school in'Chatham County. She was a
name must be included. To He worked at Kennedy Valve Co. in Elmi- SURVIVORS: his wife, Bessie Allen MansviUe Co. He was a member of Red life. She was a retired seamstress and a member of First Corinthian Baptist
* send a fax, dial 2344522. For ra for 40 years. He was a' member of of Savannah; two sisters, Albertha Dam Baptist Church. member of Bible, Baptist Church. Church.
questions, call 652-0510. Items Smith Chapel AME Church in Girard and Thomas of Augusta and Irene Thomas of SURVIVORS: three sons, David SURVIVORS: two daughters, Thelma SURVIVORS: two daughters, Addie
Elks Queen City Lodge No. 174 in Elmira. Tampa, Fla.; two brothers, Isiah Allen of Brabham of Jacksonville, Fla., and Barren of Atlanta and Willie Mae Dur- Bass and Diane GuiUory, both of Savan-
appearing under Funerals, nah; four sons, Leroy and Paul Jones,
SURVIVORS: four daughters, Marie Augusta and John Allen of New Jersey. Ricky and Kevin Brabham, both of Har- rence of GiennvUle; three son, Colon D.
Memorials and Card of Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home. Ban-on of Mableton, Ronnie Barren of both of Savannah, Louis Jones of Brook-
I Thanks an purchased through A. Scott and Shirley Alexander, both of deeville; a daughter, Debbie Dean of
Savannah, Delores A. McCloskey of Hardeeville; two brothers, Earl Brab- Statesboro and Bennie C. Barren of Col- lyn, NY., and Richard Jones of JacfcW
- our advertising department. Twentynine Palms. Calif., and Tommie ham of Guyton, Ga., and Charles Brab- lins, 10 grandchildren and 16 great-grand- vUle, Fla.; » grandchildren, 14 great-
Can 652-0228 or fax 2X4909. Aaron of Vidalia; two sisters, Ariene ham of 8pringfteld, Ga.; a sister, Anne children. grandchildren, several nieces and neph-
ThtJma D. Hug VISITATION: 4-» p.m. today at ews and several cousins and other rela-
Aaron of Philadelphia and Mabel Wil- Wright of Hardeeville; and eight grand-
liams of Fort Lauderdale; a brother, ESTILL, 8.C. - Mrs. Thelma Devore children. Hodges-Turner Funeral Home in States- tive*.
Charles Aaron of Philadelphia; and three Bing died Monday at Columbia Colleton FUNERAL: 3 p.m. today at Red boro. Williams & Williams Funeral Howe.
grandchildren. Medical Center in Walterboro. Dam Baptist Church, burial in the church FUNERAL: 4 p.m. Saturday at
FUNERAL: 1 p.m. Saturday at Smith She was bom in Bamwell County. She cemetery. Hodges-Turner Funeral Home, burial to
DARIEN - Daniel "Dan" Bailey, M, Chapel AME Church in Girard, burial in was a member of First Thankful Baptist ' Sauls Funeral Home of Ridgeland. Eastside Cemetery. George Kvrtz Jr. ,
diee* Wednesday at Southeast Georgia the church cemetery. Church where she sang in the choir. DUBLIN - George Kuril Jr.,ft),died
RflfkMi Medical Center. Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home. SURVIVORS: her husband, Bobby Tuesday. :
He v a s bora in Darien and lived in Bing Sr. of Estill; two sons, Henry and Robsft T» HatMdits He was born in Montroee and was a
New York most of his life. He returned to
Darien after retiring He attended
Rudolph Devore, both of Estill; two step-
children, Ethel Bing and Bobby Bing Jr.,
Mary Bremer RIDGELAND - Robert Thomas retired factory worker. He was a mem-
Hawkins, 69, died Thursday at Beaufort ber of St. Mathew AME Church in Haxle-
•cboote to Mctatosh County. He was a re-
tired hoipiUl dietitian. He was a member
Larry H. Braotwti
ORLANDO, Fla. - Larry Hugh
both of Estill; two sisters, Pear lie Mae
Newton of NlxvllJe and Alverta Johnson dies at 102 Memorial Hospital. hurst and its steward board. He was a
He was born in Meridian, Miss., and member of Masonic Lodge No. • 30,
of First African Baptist Church in Dar- of Savannah; two brothers, John Henry 'Mary Josephine McNally Bremer was a Navy veteran of World War 0 . F&AM.
ien. BraceweU, 57, died Tuesday at Orlando and William Devore, both of Hempstead, died Thursday at Azalealand Nurs- SURVIVORS, his wife, Barbara Jean SURVIVORS: hU wife, Mildred
SURVIVORS: three cousins. Bessie Regional Medical Center from injuries In N.Y.; two grandchildren, 11 stepgrand-
an auto accident. ing Home. She was 102. K Hawkins of Ridgeland; three sons, James Kurt* of Haxlehurst; four daugh-
L. Butler and Lee Brown, both of Darien, children, three step-great-grandchildren,
and HatUe PonhiU of Midway; and two He was born in Ocoee, Fla., and lived a host of nieces and nephews and a host
She was born in Blairsville but Craig Hawkins of Bath, Mich., Robert ters, PietaRichDixon of Dublin, GloriaR. J.
Hawkins of Owosso, Mich., and Kevin Lucas of Square, N.C., Sandra
godchildren. in Orlando for the past SO yean. He was a of cousins, A lived most of her life in Savannah. Hawkins of Freemont, Ohio; two daugh- Kennedy of Columbia, S.C., and Cynthia
FUNERAL: 1 p.m. Saturday at First former longtime resident of St. Simons Is- VISITATION: 74 p.m. today at Gar- The widow of William James Bre- ters, Linda Oiman of Freemont and Sue. K. Jackson; two sons, Daniel W. Kurtz of
African Baptist Church, burial in Upper land, a graduate of Glynn Academy in vin-Garvin Funeral Home in Estill. mer and also was preceded in death Tate of Corunna, Mich.; several grand- Raleigh, N.C., and George S. Kurtz of
Mill Cemetery. Brunswick and an Air Force veteran. He FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at First by a daughter, Josephine Bremer children and several great-grandchil- Chattanooga, Term.; two sisters, Geral-
Darien Funeral Home. was a data entry clerk with The Greater Estill Baptist Church, burial in First
Orlando Auto Auction In Orlando. Kattus. She was a homemaker and a dren. dine Matthews of Los Angeles and Innes
Thankful Baptist Cemetery. communicant of Sacred Heart Cath- VISITATION: 2-4 p.m. Saturday at K. Lindsay of Baltimore; and three broth-
SURVIVORS: two daughters, Teresa ers, Anderson Kurtz of Raleigh, Clifford
olic Church. Sauls Funeral Home In Ridgeland.
S. La Vine of St. Simons Island and Shan- Kurtz of Merritt Island, Fla., and Wilbur
non Dixon of Brunswick; a son, Keith S. SURVIVORS: a son, William J.
Kurtz of Compton, Calif.
FUNERALS LaViue of Hollywood, Fla.; his mother, Moiel>fA.Bush
Grace M. Nowling of Orlando; a sister,
Glenda Thomas of Rome; a brother, Smo- MONTEZUMA - Mrs. Mozelle Avera
Bremer Jr. of Bluffton; two daugh-
ters, Mary Bremer Carr and Patri-
cia Bremer McCuen; 21 grandchil-
Cflntoit R. Heap*
Clinton Randolph Heape, 75, died
VISITATION: 7-8 p.m. today at King
Brothers Funeral Home in Hazlehurstl-
FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at$t.
JOHNSON — The relatives and key BraceweU of Narcoossee, Fla.; four Bush, 75, died Wednesday at Sumter Re- dren, 43 great-grandchildren and Thursday at home. Mathew AME Church, burial in toe
friends of Mrs. Martha Johnson, grandchildren and several nieces and gional Hospital. He was born in Sununerville, S.C.,
She was born in Dooly County and re- several nieces and nephews. church cemetery.
those of her son, Mr. Dave Milton- nephews. and lived in Savannah for many years.
sisters: Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison. Ms. VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at Edo
tired as office manager for Colonial ROSARY SERVICE: 6:30 p.m. He was a carpenter and a Navy veteran
Mary King, Ms. Annie Evans, Ma. Store. She was a member of First Baptist today at Sipple's Mortuary. of World War II. He was a member of
Miller & Sons Funeral Home in Bruns-
Church and worked in the nursery depart- FUNERAL: 1:30 p.m. Saturday American Legion Post No. 36. Linda D. Lewis
Irene Wright and Ms. Clara Walker; wick.
brother Mr. Willie Jones and grand- ment for 45 years. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, SURVIVORS: his wife, Iva Lou PELION. S.C. - Linda D. Lewis, 37,
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 3 p.m. Sat-
children are invited to attend her fu- SURVIVORS: her husband, Lewis W. burial in Bonaventure Cemetery. Heape of Savannah; a daughter, Virginia died Thursday at Providence Hospital in
urday in Oglethorpe Memorial Gardens
Bush Sr. of Montezuma; a daughter, Lou-
neral services Friday, February 7, Cemetery on St. Simons Island.
ise B. Garreker of McDonough; two sons, REMEMBRANCES: St. Mary's Anderson of Marietta; and several nieces Columbia. ' . .,
1997, at 2pm, at M t Hope Baptist Home. and nephews. She was an assistant controller with
Church, Tusculum, Ga. Friends may L.W. Bush Jr. of Bellville and John W. VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at the State Printing Co. and a graduate of
call Smalls Funeral Home. 203 Victo- Bush Sr. of Lawrenceville; three broth- Sipple's Mortuary. Virginia Tech University.
ry Dr., Guyton, Ga. Remains to the ers, Billy Avera of Montezuma, J.T. FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at SURVIVORS: her husband, Donald
Avera of Norcross and Frank Avera of Lewis of Pelion; a daughter, Virginia L.
church on Friday at 11am. Interment, Vara H. CampbsM Sipple's Mortuary, burial in Bonaventure
Egypt Baptist Cemetery, Springfield, Swainsboro; a sister, Molly Faulkner of Cemetery. Lewis of Pelion; her parents, Ralph and
Ga. _ _ Martinez; six grandchildren, Tracte A. WAYCROSS - Vera Harris Camp- # Janice Duryea of Wallingford, Pa.; a sis-
Scott, Carey Brock, Jennifer L., Mike and bell, 76, died Thursday at Satilla Region- ter, Carol Greene of Aston, Pa.; her ma-
THOMPSON, JR — Funeral services JOHNSON, SR — Funeral services Steve Bush and J.W. Bush Jr; and two al Medical Center. ternal grandmother, Madge McCleUan of
for Mr. Jamee Henry ("Niheem", for Mr. Hithrone Johnson, Sr. will be great-grandsons. She was born in Pierce County and Van BtffM Hondrix Jr. Reading, Mich.; her mother-in-law, Jua-
"Tommy-Tom", "New York") held Saturday, February 8, 1997, at FUNERAL: 11 a m . today at Montetu- was a member of Blackshear First Bap- nita Lewis of Jesup; and several nieces
METTER - Van Buren Hendrix Jr.,
Thompson, Jr. will be held Saturday, 11am, from Butler Presbyterian ma Baptist Church, burial in Bertha Dc- tist Church. She worked for many years SO, died Thursday. and nephews.
February 8, 1997, at 2pm, from the Church. Rev. Isaac C. Turner officiat- xier Memorial Park Cemetery. for Spatlola Brothers Footwear in Way- He was born in Metier and moved VISITATION: 10 a.m. Saturday at
Chapel of Sidney A. Jones Funeral ing. Interment, Jerusalem Baptist Watson-Mathew Funeral Home, Moa- cross. back to the community in 1988 from New Rinehart & Sons Funeral Home in Jesup.
Home. Pastor P.K. Roberta officiat- Church Cemetery, Groveland, Ga. tezuma. SURVIVORS: two daughters, Mrs. Brunswick, N.J.
ing. Interment, Catholic Cemetery. FUNERAL: 3 p.m. Saturday at Rine-
Survivors are Mrs. Ella Ruth John- Danny Aldridge of Blackshear and Mrs. SURVIVORS: two sons, Gerald and hart & Sons Funeral Home, burial in Be-
Survivors are Ms. Shanika Geiger, son, Mrs. Linda Jones, Mrs. Denise David Turner of Fayetteville, N.C.; five Daryl B. Hendrix, both of New Bruns-
Mrs. Nina Mae Thompson, Mr. Ron- thesda Cemetery in Wayne County.
Pinkney, Mrs. Stephanie Newton, sons, Robert Day of Wayeross, C. Wen- wick; two sisters, Sadie R. DeLoach of
ald Thompson, Ms. Angela Thomp- Ms. Peggy Johnson, Ms. Kimberty
dell Day, Cedl and Tommy Day and Metter and Annie E. Johnson of East Or-
son; 1 uncle, 3 aunts, 1 nephew, Johnson, Ms. Deidre Johnson, Ms. Dewey Smith all of Blackshear; a sister, ange, N.J.; three grandchildren, three
nieces, several grand nephews and Deone Johnson, Mrs. Renee Spen- Elouise Griffin of Blackshear; two broth- aunts and an uncle.
' nieces, cousins and friends. Visita- cer, Mr. and Mrs. Hithrone Johnson, ers, Jvey Harris of St. George and T.J. HILTON HEAD ISLAND - Edward
FUNERAL: 1 p.m. Saturday at
tion Friday 7-8pm at the Chapel. Sid- Jr., Mr. Darryl Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. WRIGHT — Funeral services for Mrs. Harris of Brunswick; 14 grandchildren, Treemont Temple Baptist Church in Met- Campbell MacBean, 75, diedThunday at
nev A. Jones Funeral Home. Kenneth Jphnson, Mrs. Earline Wes- Mary Wright wilt be fietd Saturday,
February 8, 1997, at 11am, from S t 13 great-grandchildren and several other ier, burial in St. Matthew's Church Cem- Preston Health Center.
STRICKLAND — Lynn, 33, died at ley, Mr*. Vivian Knight, Mrs. Mattie relatives. etery. He was born in Philadelphia. He was
Memorial Medical Center on the Brighthart, Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Philip Monumental Church'. Rev.
James E. Taylor officiating. Inter- FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at Whltaker Funeral Home of Metter. a former resident of Brunswick from
night of Wednesday, February 5, ' Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles John- Blackshear First Baptist Church, burial 1977-91. He was a graduate of Gettysburg
.. 1997. Finally she is free of her suffer- son, Mr. Rudolph Johnson, 26 grand- ment, Laurel Grove Cemetery. Survi-
in Blackshear Cemetery. College and was a bomber pilot in World
ing, and is in a better place. Lynn will • children, 5 great-grandchildren, sev- vors are Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Scott Dixon-Bowen-Taylor Funeral Home Jessica B. Wines War n. After the war, he owned and was
always be in our thoughts with her (Peoia); Mr. and Mrs. Ola Ayewole
eral nieces, nephews, cousins and of Blackshear. involved in a number of small businesses.
;,jspirit near by. Survivors include her (Marea); Mrs. Susie Smalls Johnston
friends. Reposing at the church Sat- and daughter Brenda of Philadelphia, JESUP - . Jessica Beth Himes, 18, He was a member of Bear Creek Golf
L devoted companion, Sarah Norris; urday, 9:30am until the hour of ser- died Wednesday at Wayne Memorial Hos- Club, St Andrew's Society and First
L .sister and brother-in-law, Jan and vices. Visitation Friday, 6-7pm at the PA; Mr. Eugene Robert Flowers and
Ernest Homes, both of New York; pital. Presbyterian Church of Hilton Head Is-
..Buck Pointer; nieces Debbie Lynn Chapel. Sidney A. Jones Funeral She was born in Wayne County and at- land.
"and Genie Pointer; sisters, Kay Bal- Home. Mrs. Geneva Williams Wright of Al- Lavtia Davis
^ exandria, VA; a dear brother-in-law, tended Wayne County High School. She SURVIVORS: his wife, Jane K. Mac-
'Vlard, Suzette Morris and Susanna GREEN — Funeral services for Mr. STATESBORO - Mrs. Lavina Davis, was a member of Midway Baptist Church Bean of Hilton Head Island; three chil-
Fred D. Wright of Savannah, 15
- Quattlebaum, two brothers, Darrell Lorenzo D. (Ramsey) Green will be grandchildren, 6 great-grandchil- 95, died Tuesday at Wesley Woods Nurs- in Gardi. , dren, E. Craig MacBean of Richmond,
" and Robert Strickland. Our love to held 11am Saturday, February 8, dren, a host of other relatives and ing Home. SURVIVORS: her parents, Park and Va., N. Scott MacBean of Rosemont, Pa.,
"'Lynn's many friends with special 1997, at First Friendship Missionary friends. Reposing at the church Sat- She was born in Rabun County and Nancy Himes of Jesup; two brothers, Da- and Laurie M. VanArsdale of Ocala,
'thoughts to Bobby Massingale, Will Baptist Church, 506 Hamilton Ct The urday, 9:00 a.m. until the hour of ser- moved to Statesboro more than S years O vid Himes and Park Himes Jr., both of Fla.; a sister, Louise Evans of Nantuck-
' Owenby, Kris Warnock, Dr. Carl Rev. Curtis J. Lemon officiating. In- vice. Sidney A. Jonea Funeral Home. ago. She had been a resident of the nurs- Jesup; three sisters, Laurie Mallard and et, Mass.; and nine grandchildren.
•"Cooper, Rev. Mel Bailey end the terment, East Savannah Cemetery. ing home for the past three years. She Christ! Hodge, both of Jesup, and Sharon MEMORIAL SERVICE: 11 a.m. Mon-
1 nurses at Memorial Medical Center. Survivors are Mrs. Josephine S. was a homemaker and a past member of Strickland of Odom, her maternal grand- day at First Presbyterian Church.
-There will be a short memorial ser-' Green, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence (Car-
'-vice at 11am Saturday, February 8th, ol) McKnight, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
MEMORIALS the American Legion Auxiliary. She had mother, Margaret Holland of Jesup; and The Island Funeral Home of Hilton
been a Red Cross volunteer and active in several nieces and nephews. Head Island.
at Slpples' Mortuary, Savannah, Ga. (Brenda) Lee, Mrs. Gloria Lonon, a local garden club and was a member of VISITATION: 4-9 p m. today at Rine- REMEMBRANCES: Hospice Care of
Memorials: Aids Interface Network Mrs. Deborah Scott, Mrs. Melissa First Baptist Church of Statesboro. She hart & Sons Funeral Home in Jesup. the Low Country, 20 Palmetto Parkway,
w.of Savannah, 22 W. Bryan St., #217, Green, Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Pamela) was the widow of Dr. Douglas L. Davis. FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Saturday at Suite 104, Hilton Head Island, S.C. 29926
- S a v U G a . 31401.912-727-4043. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Erma) SURVIVORS: several nieces and Rinehart & Sons Funeral Home in Jesup, or First Presbyterian Church, 540 Wil-
MILLER — Funeral services for Mr. Johnson, Mr. George Green, Mr. nephews. burial bi Pinecrest Memorial Cemetery. liam Hilton Parkway, Hilton Head Is-
'Alexander Zeus Miller will be held Christopher Stewart Mrs. Lucille VISITATION: noon-2 p.m. Saturday land, S.C. 29928.
,,.]1am Saturday, February 8, 1997, at Green, 13 grandchildren, 9 great- at Hodgee-Turoer Funeral Home, States-
grandchildren, several nieces, neph- boro.
/.Tremont Temple Baptist Church with
ews, cousins and other relatives. Re- FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at
Rev. George J. Faison officiating. mains will be placed in state 9:30 Uoyd B. Moore
,,,Body will lie in state 9am at the a.m. by Williams and Williams Fu- Hodges-Turner Funeral Home, burial in
_( church. Visitation 6:30-7:30pm at the neral Home. Eastside Cemetery. LUDOWICI - Nettie M. IngerviUe, Lloyd B. Moore, 74, died Thursday at
.^Chapel. Interment, Magnolia Memo- 67, died Feb. 1 at Southeast Georgia Re- Memorial Medical Center.
,.,nal Gardens by Bynes-Royall. DRAYTON — Funeral services for Mr. gional Medical Center In Brunswick. He was born in Chatham County and
Nathaniel Drayton, Jr. of Hilton She was bom in Long County and lived in Savannah most of his life. He was
JORKLAND — Funeral services for
Head, SC, will be held Saturday, at lived there most of her life. She was a an Army veteran of World War II who
.••Mrs. Mae C Hampton Kirkland will
1pm, from M t Calvary Baptist Aim B. Greenway Sr. member of New Hope AME Church in served in B Battery, 118th F.A. Division
,, be held 1pm Saturday, February 8, in the European conflict. He was a mem-
1997, at the Church of God in Christ Church. Rev. Benjamin Williams, ALMA - Alex Blackshear Greenway Ludowici
Unity Church, 802 E. Wsldburg St. El- Pastor, officiating. Interment, Amelia Sr., 78, died Wednesday at Meadows Me- SURVIVORS: two daughters, Gladys ber of Clinton Lodge No. 54, FeVAM, and
der Donie Adams, Pastor. Elder Wil- Cemetery. Survivors are Master Na- morial Hospital in Vidalia. I. Martin of Ludowici and Angela D. the Scottish Rite. He was a retired battal-
lie Williams officiating. Interment, thaniel Drayton, III, Master Brian Pat- In Loving Memory of He was born In Dublin and lived in lngerville of Jesup; a son, Eddie A. ion fire chiefforthe city of Savannah.
terson, Mrs. Mary J. Drayton, Mr. Alma most of his life before moving to Ingerville of Ludowici; a brother, Sam- SURVIVORS: three sisters-in-law.
Woodville Cemetery. Survivors are
and Mrs. William Wright. Ms. Willie WILLIAM C. PHILUPS Bethany Home in Vidalia several months my Winn of Savannah; seven grandchil- Margaret E. Judy and Ann L. Young,
-Mr. and Mra. Charles (Denise) Col-
ons. Ms. Renee Kirkland, Ms. Felix Mee Drayton, 6 aunts, 8 uncles, "CHUCK" ago. He attended Emory at Oxford of dren, a great-grandchild and other rela- both of Richmond Hill, and Mattie B.
nieces, nephews, cousins, other rele- Emory University in Atlanta where he tive*. Cannon of Savannah; a brother-in-law,
Scon. Mr. sod Mrs. Al (Lula) Boetic, February 22, 1980 • February 7,1981
•Mrs. Lethia Mae Bennett, Mr. and
tives and friende. The body will He in was a member of Phi Delta Theta Frater- WAKE: 6-7 p.m. today at Royal Fu- Jasper Davis of Nevils; and several
state at the church from 12noon until Death Is not extinguishing the Light nity. He was a veteran of World War II neral Home, Jesup. nieces and nephews.
"JAtt. Malon (Gertrude) Blake, Mr. and hour of services. Stine/s Mortuary It is putting out th« U m p
and served in the Army Air Corps for FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Saturday at New VISITATION: 7-9 pjn. today at Stew-
-Mrs. Samuel J. (Laura Bell) Brown, ofHardeeville,Sa
Because the Dewn has come.
four years. He served as a member of the Hope AME Church, burial in Oak Ridge art Brothers Funeral Service, Richmond
~JAT. and Mrs, Glenn (Johnnie Lee)
'Phillip*, Mr. and Mrs, Robert (Ruby) ALLEN — Funeral services for Mrs. Chris & Craig,by Dad, Mom, Brother*, Sister, Cathy, and all
Bacon County Board of Education. He Cemetery, Ludowici.
was former postmaster of the Alma Post GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11 a.m. Sat-
Sscott, Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Doris) Fannie Ruth (Piggy) Crawford Allen Family members, loved ones and friends
Office and retired from the jewelry busi- urday in Bonaventure Cemetery ki -Sa-
TBrown, Mr. Austin Brown, Mr. Bobby will be held 11am Saturday, Febru-
ness. He was a member of Alma United vannah.
Brown. Mr. Benny Brown, Mr. ary 8,1997, arConnor'e Temple Bap- Louisa H. JsftMns
George Brown, Mrs. Betty Brown, tist Church. Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell, > Methodist Church where he had served in
Mrs. Louise Brown, 11 grandchil- Jr., Pastor. Elder Willie Ferrell offici- various capacities, including choir direc- HILTON HEAD ISLAND - Mrs Lou
dren, 6 great-grandchildren, several ating. Body will lie in state 9am at LODGE NOTICES tor for many years. ise H. Jenkins, 89, died Wednesday at Hil- HaWe B. Postal
3'iecet, nephews, cousins, and other the church. Visitation 7:30pm- LANDHUMLOOOe
SURVIVORS: a son and daughter-in- ton Head Island Hospital.
• ~ relatives. Remains will be placed In 8:30pm at the chapel. Interment, No. 4 1 . FftAM law, Alex B. Greenway Jr. and Debra She was a native of Hilton Head Is- TUSCULUM - Hattie B. PosteU. 93,
i «j4tate 10am by Williams and Williams Cone's Cemetery, Stilaon, Ga. by A regular communication of Greenway of Lyons; a daughter and son- land and attended school in Chatham died Sunday at Baysnore Community
' "Funeral Home. Bynes-Royall. Landrum Lodge #48, F&AM, in-law, Candace G. and Lewis Barber of County. She was a homemaker and a Hospital in Holmdel, N.J.
wHI be htid at 7:30 p.m., Fri- Grew, S.C.; a brother and sister-in-law, She was born in Statesboro and lived
day, February 7. 1997. Tba member of First African Baptist Church
meeting wMI be held at the Carlos D. Greenway Jr. and Janice of Hilton Head Island. in Cliffwood, N.J., for several yean, the
Scottish Rite Building, tocat- Greenway of Alma; and six grandchil- SURVIVORS: a stepsons Samuel B was a member and mother of Mount
r - H l t l MORRIS 0UllVlBiNG - ad on the corner of Bull and Chariton St*. dren. Jenkins of Hilton Head Island; a sister, Hope Baptist Church in Tusculum anid a
Member* and qualified visitors are wel
come. FUNERAL: J p.m. today at Alma Florence Loundes of Hilton Head Island; member of Wicker Memorial Bapjiit
Tommy A. Orooks United Methodist Church, burial in Pine- five stepgrandchildren and nieces and Church in Morganville, N.J. -
Worshipful Matter lawn Memorial Cemetery. nephews. SURVIVORS: three sons. Slimier. F
M. Rutsell Pierce Postell of Savannah, Eddie PosteU of
Crosby Funeral Home of Alma Stiney's Mortuary of Hardeeville
n HrATlNf. \ A C REPAIR en Secretary Cliffwood and Elijah Postell of Morgan
™ . -si ville; three daughters, Rena P. Cannedy
of Maeon, Mary Lue Cannady of Franklin
We Only Care About One Thing...Your Hearing John Mock and Almeta Neal of Cliffwood; 42 grand
children, 91 great-grandchildren, 13
PUnUnoOompany great-great-grandchildren, several
nieces and cousins and other relatives.
Smalls Funeral Home of Guyton.
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