Local Obits for Sun. Apr 5th, 2009
Byars Funeral Home announces the death of Mrs. Ilaben Drajapati, age 61, of Cumming. Memorial services will be announced at a later date.
James B. Melton, age 77 of Cumming, Georgia passed away Sunday, April 5, 2009 at Chestnut Ridge Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Cumming, Georgia. Funeral Services will be he ...
Mrs. Janice Bruce Tolbert was born July 8, 1948 and died April 5, 2009 in Cumming, GA. She is survived by her three sons Michael, Bryan, Scott and his spouse Kelli; by three step-d ...
Mrs. Wynell Ridings Thompson, age 87 of Cumming, passed away Sunday, April 05, 2009. Mrs. Thompson was a member of Longstreet Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husba ...
James Lewis Hughes, age 70 of Candlestick Lane, Oakwood, Georgia passed away on Sunday, April 5, 2009 at the Bell Minor Home following an extended illness. Funeral servi ...
Joint funeral services were held for Mr. Lenton Phagan, age 87 who passed away Sunday April 5th, 2009 and also for his wife of 65 years, Mrs. Grace Martin Phagan, age 86, who passe ...
Hank Huckaby dies at 79 after 'unparalleled' Georgia career
Former University System of Georgia Chancellor and state budget director Hank Huckaby has died
Beloved Gainesville pediatrician Everett Roseberry dies at 79
Longtime Gainesville pediatrician Everett Roseberry, who was instrumental in the founding of The Longstreet Clinic, died Sunday, April 11 at the age of 79.
Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104
Children’s author Beverly Cleary, the writer behind the popular characters Ramona Quimby and Henry Huggins, has died
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.