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Obituary Archive
Local Obits for Thu. Dec 3rd, 2009

Dawson

Coie Lee Tatum, 91, Dawsonville
Coie Lee Tatum, 91, of Dawsonville died Thursday December 3, 2009 at Gold City Convalescent Center following a period of declining health.Born December 19, 1917 to the late Paul an ...

Hall

David Allen Sloyer, 69, Gainesville
A Memorial Service will be held at 4:00 on Tuesday, December 15 in the chapel of Little and Davenport Funeral Home, for David Allen Sloyer, 69, who passed away Thursday, Dec.3rd at ...

Jackson

Arnold Horne, 76, Hull
Ivie Funeral Home announces services for Arnold Horne, 76, of Hull who died on Thursday afternoon. Born in Madison County, he was the son of the late Johnny Horne and Willie Mae S ...
Vernon Jordan, activist, former Clinton adviser, has died
According to a statement from his daughter, Vernon Jordan, a civil rights activist and former adviser to President Bill Clinton, has died
Mincey Marble founder, marble innovator dies at 86
​Kenneth Mincey, who founded Gainesville-based Mincey Marble cast marble company, passed away at the age of 86 Friday.
Jo Ann Adams, Gainesville's first female pharmacist, dies at 93
When Jo Ann Trapnell Adams graduated from the University of Georgia School of Pharmacy, she was just 20 years old.
Marty Schottenheimer, NFL coach with 200 wins, dies at 77
The longtime NFL coach Marty Schottenheimer has died
Mary Wilson, longest-reigning original Supreme, dies at 76
Mary Wilson, the longest-reigning original Supreme, has died at 76 years old
Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks Jr. dies at 67
Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks Jr. has died after battling prostate and other cancers
Oscar winner, ‘Sound of Music’ star Christopher Plummer dies
Christopher Plummer, the dashing award-winning actor who played Captain von Trapp in the film “The Sound of Music” and at 82 became the oldest Academy Award winner in history, has died
Hal Holbrook, prolific actor who played Twain, dies at 95
Award-winning character actor Hal Holbrook who toured the world as Mark Twain in a one-man show and uttered the immortal advice “Follow the money” in the political thriller “All the President’s Men,” has died