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Obituaries & Related Stories

Obituary Archive
Local Obits for Sat. Dec 12th, 2009

Forsyth

Mrs. Frances Sexton Burruss, age 79, a native of Forsyth County, passed away Saturday, December 12, 2009. She was an active member of Friendship Baptist Church and was preceded i ...

Gwinnett

Mr. Michael Farrell Streetman, age 46 of Suwanne, GA (Forsyth County), passed away Saturday, December 12, 2009. He was preceded in death by his father, Buck Streetman.Survivors i ...

Jackson

Ivie Funeral Home announce services for Ronnie L. (Ronnie ) Seabolt age 66 of Commerce who died Saturday Dec. 12, 2009 . Mr. Seabolt was a member of the Commerce Church of Christ. ...
'WKRP' creator Hugh Wilson dies; was married to Gainesville native
Hugh Wilson, who created the CBS sitcom "WKRP in Cincinnati" in 1978, has died.
Racing pioneer Dan Gurney dead from pneumonia complications
Dan Gurney, the first driver to win in Formula One, IndyCar and NASCAR, died Sunday from complications of pneumonia. He was 86. Gurney began racing in 1955 and won in nearly every racing series he attempted.
Keith Jackson, sportscaster with 'Whoa, Nelly! call, dies
Keith Jackson, the down-home voice of college football for more than 5 decades, dies at 89
Former Clermont City Council member 'Ma' Rogers has died
Mary Ellen "Ma" Rogers, the oldest Clermont City Council member until she was defeated in a re-election bid four years ago, has died.
NHRA Drag Racing legend Bob Glidden passes away
Bob Glidden, one of the most dominant forces in the history of NHRA Drag Racing, died on Sunday, December 17.
Former Atlanta Falcons great Tommy Nobis dies at 74
Tommy Nobis, the first player ever drafted by Atlanta in 1966 and a hard-hitting linebacker who went on to spent his entire 11-year career with the Falcons, has died after an extended illness at age 74
Jim Nabors, Gomer Pyle on 'Andy Griffith Show,' dies at 87
Jim Nabors, who played Gomer Pyle on TV's "The Andy Griffith Show," has died at 87
Big-haired ‘White Knight of Soul’ Wayne Cochran dies at 78
​Wayne Cochran, the “blue-eyed soul” singer known for his towering pompadour, has died of cancer at his Florida home, according to his son Christopher Cochran. He was 78.