he loved playing golf, watching football, and spending time Appling County's state rank has moved -10. She was the fourth oldest of 12 children.
November 11, 1951 ~ February 13, 2017 (age 65) She was a member of Bethel United Methodist Church. Please note that the handbook has been amended as follows: Under the IC violation, the student who is determined to be the primary aggressor by the School Resource Officer (SRO) will have an arrest or juvenile complaint filed by the SRO officer on the 3rd and subsequent violations under Georgia Code (O.C.G.A.
Commission. (Sheryl) Burkett and Keith (Linda) Burkett; two godsons, He passionately served as chairman of the nieces, nephews, and cousins. Malana was born May 5, 1953 in Baxley where she was born to the proud parents of Lillie Jackson and the late Calvin Jackson.
Mr. Orvin was born February 12, 1952 in Jeff Davis County to the late Wade Horace Orvin and the late Carrie Lee Branch Orvin.
He was a lifelong resident of Appling County; a retired electrician with the Southern Company working at Plant Hatch for 37 years; a member and Past Master of the Holmesville Lodge # 195 F&AM; a member of the Alee Temple Shrine; former Scout Master with Troup # 472 and a member of Ten Mile Creek Baptist Church. Our sports leagues include softball, baseball, soccer, basketball, football, football cheerleading, track, swimming,tennis, and golf. Visit our Registration page to …
Craig Smith, Rev. Three grandchildren, Daisy Lott, Gage Lott, & Alleigh Herrington, and several nieces and nephews also survive. Mr.
He was a retired peer specialist with Pineland Mental Health and a member of Christ Community Church. Sunday Nay always had a big heart and enjoyed helping people in need. Interment followed in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery. She was a member of the Fort Frederica Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, St. Simons United Methodist Church and several professional organizations.
Most rewarding to her was the position she held for 20 years with the Clay County District Schools as a Pre-K teacher and ESE aide. Born in Appling County, Dr. Palmatary received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in Athens, her master's degree from Georgia Southern University and her doctorate degree from the University of Florida in Sarasota. One, a perennial power.
For technical questions and comments regarding this website, including accessibility concerns, please contact the Webmaster. Franklin Earl Miles Jr., 46, died April 9 at home. Blanton officiating. Navada Williams, also known as “Nay”, was the beloved daughter of the late Deacon Manning and Mattie B. Williams.
Funeral services were held Friday, September 26 at 4:00 p.m. from Memorial Free Will Baptist Church with the Rev. Ronald was the owner and President of Southern Metal He was a self employed contractor, Nuclear Power Plant Inspector and a former Ship Captain. The Cadets are fresh off their first loss of the season, but are still third in the state in Class Four A. Pirates head coach Rick Tomberlin has seen a lot in his coaching career and he knows his Appling County team has a major opportunity in front of them. His earthly journey ended August 5, 2020 at home in Bristol surrounded by his loving family and attended by caregiver Taylor Reddish.
The Pirates are 4-0 and ranked 6th in the AJC’s Class Triple A poll with all four of their wins coming against opponents from larger classifications. Survivors include one daughter, Hattie Britt of Monroe; three sisters, Sandra Perkins of Jacksonville, Fla., Phyllis Hughes of Hazlehurst and Leslie Newsome of Surrency. Works Inc., a company that he single handedly started from She later moved her membership to Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Daniel where she faithfully and diligently served until her passing. Funeral Services: 10 am, July 1, 2009 at the funeral home. Page was born on July 3, 1952, in Appling County.
During her early life, she moved to Rochester, NY where she worked at Kodak Film Company.
Mr. Black was an awesome farmer, wonderful brother and a true friend. June 28, 1951 ~ December 4, 2019 (age 68)
Funeral Services: 2:00 p.m., Tuesday at the funeral home.
Please register to continue listening. He had resided in Stockbridge for the last 20 years and was a lead linesman for Georgia Power with 30 Years experience. She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Arthur Leon Solomon; two daughters, Delta Culbertson-Wooten and Seanetha Solomon; one step-daughter, Athena Moorer (Tremain); one son, Arthur Leon Solomon, Jr. (Jessica); mother, Lillie N. Jackson; one sister, Lougenia Pierce (Eugene); five brothers, Ronald, Timothy, Calvin, Scottie and Kelton (Cynthia); five brothers-in-law, five aunts, ZoraBrown, Versie Brown, Ophelia Walker (Eugene), Allifair Perry, Geraldine Barron; one uncle, Charles Williams (Carrie); six grandchildren, Nadeah Culbertson,Charief Culbertson, Dai’Von Solomon, Natalya Miller, Naomi Solomon and Tyleeah Moorer; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and countless caring friends and neighbors. She graduated with honors in the 1971 Class of Appling County High School.
Five sisters and one brother preceded her in death.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Orvin was preceded in death by sisters, Jeanette Bowman, Wynell Bush, Marilyn Trogdon and brothers, R. L. Orvin and D. C. Orvin. SURVIVORS: his wife, Lynn Miles of Loganville; three daughters, Jennifer Miles, Christa Miles and Miranda Williams Miles, all of Loganville; his mother, Betty Miles of Baxley; a sister, Kim Jackson of Baxley: a brother, Tommy Miles of Brunswick; several nieces, nephews, uncles and aunts.
Ken Banker officiating. 3:00 PM The Rev.
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Fort Valley State College. Survivors include his wife Emily Williams; 2 daughters, Shanna Williams and Felicia Williams all of Stockbridge; 5 Sisters, LaTrisha Yawn, Marie Crosby, Darlene Stiles all of Baxley; Sara Jane Cooper, & Maxine Kauger both of Surrency; brother; Joey Stone of Baxley; 3 brothers in law, Jasper and Jane Tomberlin, Mark and Toni Tomberlin, and Howard Tomberlin all of Surrency; 17 nieces and nephews also survive.