Local Obits for Mon. Mar 2nd, 2009
James Kurt Bivens, 47 of Suwanee, GA passed away Monday, March 2, 2009 at Northside Forsyth Hospital, Cumming, GA. He was born in Germany on January 19, 1962 and moved to Columbus ...
Daniel Cleveland Grainger, age 52, of Flowery Branch passed away Monday, March 2, 2009. He was a United States Air Force Veteran, he loved his family and loved going fishing an ...
Foster Odell Seabolt, 84, of Gainesville, Georgia, passed away on Monday, March 2, 2009.A native of Jackson County, he had lived most of his life in Hall County. Foster was born Se ...
Mrs. Laura A. Chovan , 98 of Gainesville, formerly of Greenwood, South Carolina and Washington D.C. died Monday March 2, 2009 at her daughter Mimiâ
Mrs. Beulah Martin Clark, age 84, of Hoschton, passed away on Monday, March 2, 2009, after an extended illness. She was the daughter of the late Tom and Ola Martin and was precede ...
Alexander Funeral Home of Cleveland announces the death of Mrs. Mattie Mae Hester Eaton, age 89 of Dahlonega. Mrs. Eaton passed away Monday, March 2, 2009 at Chestatee Regional Hos ...
Master Gage Mason Burton, infant son of Jessica Nicole Magato and Billy Grant Burton, Sr., Cleveland passed away Monday, March 2, 2009.Survivors in addition to his parents include: ...
Former Auburn football coach Pat Dye dies at 80
Former Auburn football coach Pat Dye has died at the age of 80
Evangelist who built global ministry dies in Atlanta at 74
Evangelist Ravi Zacharias, who built an international ministry that strives to defend Christianity on intellectual grounds, has died in Georgia
Phyllis George, female sportscasting pioneer, dies at 70
Phyllis George, the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer on CBS’s “The NFL Today” and served as the first lady of Kentucky, has died
Little Richard, flamboyant rock ‘n’ roll pioneer, dead at 87
Little Richard, one of the chief architects of rock ‘n’ roll, has died
Shula, winningest coach in pro football history, dies at 90
Miami Heat president Pat Riley says there has been no better man or coach in the history of the profession than Don Shula