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Georgia Obituary and Death Notice Archive - Page 490

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Date: Friday, 26 February 2016, at 10:01 p.m.

LAWRENCE E. "BUD" GEE JR., 69, of Snellville died Wednesday.
Funeral, 11 a.m. Tuesday, Westminister Presbyterian Church; Tom M. Wages, Snellville Chapel.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

JOHNNIE SHARPTON TOWLER, 81, of Dacula died Thursday.
Funeral, 2 p.m. Sunday, Ebenezer Baptist Church; Tom M. Wages, Oak Lawn Chapel.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

FRANK WILSON, 75, of Snellville died Thursday.
Funeral, 3 p.m. today, Tim Stewart Funeral Home, Snellville.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

RONALD C. COCHRAN, 57, of McDonough died Wednesday.
Funeral, 1 p.m. today, Rainer Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

SAMUEL H. DAVIS, 78, of Locust Grove died Thursday.
Graveside service, 2 p.m. Sunday, Floral Hills Memory Gardens; Haisten Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

VIRGINIA B. SHARPE, 69, of Conyers died Thursday.
Funeral, 11:30 a.m. Monday, H.M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

THELMA PACE HERRING, 90, of Newton County died Thursday.
Funeral, 11 a.m. Monday, Westview Cemetery; J.C. Harwell & Son.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

JUDITH F. ALBERT, 59, of Mill Neck, N.Y., a toy designer whose credits include the redesign of the Cabbage Patch doll for the mass market as well as other commercially successful dolls, died July 20 from breast cancer at her home.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

GUY M. ``MATT'' ALTMANN, 20, of Covington, La., a Texas A&M student who underwent experimental heart surgery in April, died Monday of cancer. Doctors who performed the six-hour surgery said it was the first time anyone had removed a heart, cut out a large cancerous tumor and then returned the heart to the chest.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

ANN BUFORD MITCHELL, 73, of Cincinnati, former Planned Parenthood leader and early champion of abortion rights, died Friday.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

CHARLES C. TILLINGHAST JR., 87, a lawyer, businessman and investment banker, who was chairman of Trans World Airlines and a former chancellor of Brown University, died July 25 at his summer home in Little Compton, R.I.
(Deaths and funerals for Saturday, August 1, 1998)

JAMES "JIM" CLAIR BRASSFIELD, 74, died Tuesday.
Funeral Mass, 10:30 a.m. Monday, Holy Cross Catholic Church; Cremation Society of Georgia.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

HAROLD OTIS HIGGINS, 69, of Carrollton died Saturday.
Funeral, 2 p.m. Monday, First United Methodist Church of Bremen; Hightower Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

ELSIE JANE WALSH, 77, of Canton died Friday.
Funeral, 4 p.m. today, Sosebee Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

ALLENE JACKSON BRITT, 78, of Lake City died Friday.
Funeral, 1 p.m. Monday, Bill Head Funeral Home, Lilburn/Tucker Chapel.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

W. CLARENCE BATES SR., 65, of Marietta died Saturday.
Funeral, 1 p.m. Monday, Davis-Struempf Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

ESTHER BOWDOIN CROUCH, 89, of Decatur, formerly of Clayton County, died Thursday.
Funeral, 2 p.m. today, Holy Trinity Parish, Episcopal; A.S. Turner & Sons.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

BONNIE H. NORMAN, 67, of Stone Mountain died Saturday.
Funeral, 11 a.m. Monday, Tom M. Wages, Snellville Chapel.
Graveside service, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Siloam Baptist Church, Siloam, N.C.; Tom M. Wages, Snellville Chapel.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

HUGO W. RICHMAN, 86, of Lithonia died Friday.
Service to be announced by Cremation Society of the South.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

HARRY VINCENT SMITH, 75, of Dunwoody died Thursday.
Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church; H.M. Patterson & Son, Arlington Chapel.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

ROBERT S. SCOGGINS, 79, of Douglasville died Saturday.
Funeral, 11 a.m. Monday, Roy Davis Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

MARY S. BATES, 83, of Roswell died Friday.
Funeral, 4 p.m. today, Northside Chapel Funeral Directors.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

CHARLES W. WALDROP, 71, of Shawnee, Okla., formerly of Roswell, died Wednesday.
Funeral, 2 p.m. today, Northside Chapel Funeral Directors.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

WILLIAM H. LOSON JR., 64, of Grayson died Friday.
Memorial service, 8 p.m. Tuesday, Trinity United Methodist Church; Tim Stewart Funeral Home, Lawrenceville.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

ANNETTE OWENS ORR, 87, of Tupelo, Miss., formerly of Winder, died Wednesday.
Graveside service was Saturday; Smith Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

KEITH E. PENOYAR, 39, of Lawrenceville died Friday.
Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Tuesday, St. Lawrence Catholic Church; Tom M. Wages, Oak Lawn Chapel.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

WILLIAM HAROLD "MAC" McCOLLUM SR., 79, of McDonough died Friday.
Funeral, noon Monday, Rainer-Carmichael Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

JESSIE LOU SMITH ATTAWAY, 98, of Naples, Fla., formerly of Hogansville, died Friday.
Funeral, 2 p.m. Monday, Welcome All Baptist Church, Hogansville; Claude A. McKibben & Sons.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

HARRY K. NEAL, 80, of Madison died Wednesday.
Funeral was Saturday; Simmons Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

RICHARD GEORGE ROCKWOOD SR., 62, of Covington died Saturday.
Memorial service, 3 p.m. Monday, Wages & Son Funeral Home.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

DR. LEROY EDGAR BURNEY, 91, of Arlington Heights, Ill., who as surgeon general during the Eisenhower administration made the first federal government statement identifying smoking as a cause of lung cancer, died Friday. Dr. Burney's statements helped pave the way for the more famous 1964 surgeon general's report linking smoking to cancer.
In 1937, Dr. Burney established the nation's first mobile venereal disease clinic, in Georgia.
He also served as president of the World Health Organization in 1958.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

JOSEPH C. CAPILLO, 69, of Worcester, Mass., once called the ``Rock of Gibraltar'' and a fixture in the news business for 48 years, died Wednesday after complications from heart surgery. His career included interviews with President Kennedy, poet Robert Frost and baseball legend Jackie Robinson.
Mr. Capillo was one of the first on-air reporters for WESO, a Southbridge, Mass., radio station, when it went on the air in 1955.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

BOB GREEN, 66, of Dallas, the longtime Associated Press golf writer who covered more than 1,000 tournaments and interviewed the greats of the game from Bobby Jones to Jack Nicklaus, died Thursday of cancer.
Mr. Green's AP career lasted about four decades, including 26 years as golf writer.
He retired in 1995. Mr. Green covered six Olympics, five NCAA Final Fours and a World Series, and he interviewed Presidents Truman and Kennedy, as well as Jones, Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Gene Sarazen and Jack Nicklaus.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

ASA TAKII, 114, of Tokyo, Japan's oldest person and a survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bomb blast, died Friday.
Born in Hiroshima on April 28, 1884, Mrs. Takii witnessed her country's rise as an imperial power, its crushing defeat in World War II and its resurgence as the world's second-largest economy.
She was living in Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, when the United States dropped the world's first atomic bomb.
The blast killed her husband and family and buried her in the rubble of her home until she was found days later.
Mrs. Takii loved poetry and regularly wrote haiku.
Her death leaves Tokyo resident Tase Matunaga, also 114, as Japan's oldest person.
(Deaths and funerals for Sunday, August 2, 1998)

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