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HOGANSVIILE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2001 PAGE 7-A DEATH Mrs. Dee Lunsford January 15, 1938 - February 14, 2001 - Mrs. Ida E (Dee) Lunsford, 63, of Newnan, died 14 at Emory Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. funeral service was conducted February 17 in the Chapel of A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Jimmy Brown officiated and interment was in the Corinth were R.H. Wilson, Stanley Munson, Jimmy Adams, Hunt, Marvin Steele, Richard Willy, Jr., and Arnold Lunsford was born January 15, 1938 in Winnsboro, South She was a former resident of Hogansville and had lived in 1976. include her husband, Galen Lunsford of Newnan; daughters, D&apos;Lynn Barfield of Carrollton and Beni Barfield allas; one son, Jon David Barfield of Mobile, Alabama; her Mrs. Mary Ocheltree of Hogansville; two sisters, Sally St. Petersburg, Florida and Melba Gutske of Denver, four grandchildren. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Laura Eley Mosley October 12, 1911 - February 15, 2001 - Mrs. Laura Eley Mosley, 89, of Hogansville, died 15 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. funeral service was conducted February 17 in the Chapel Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Reverend David Pickard officiated and interment was in Cemetery in Hogansville. were Wayne Prince, Lee Laster, Hal Shelnutt, Ted Larry Hanson, and Ken Young. Mosley was born October 12, 1911 in Heard County, the late Joseph and Ollie Walls Eley. lived in Hogansville most of her life, was a member of St. nes United Methodist Church in Hogansville, and was a retired mstress. ----tirs. Mosley was the wife of the late Earl E. Mosley. )S urvivors include a daughter, Jo Anne Mosley of Jonesboro;  granddaughters, Hope Young of Acworth, Leigh Taylor of rsville, and Tammv Harris of Salmas, California; six great- children; and two great-great-grandchildren. l Contributions in memory of Mrs. Mosley may be made to the !erican Diabetes Association. he Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of gan-sville was in charge of arrangements. ___..< IG Jason L. Miller February 5, 1980 - February 12, 2001 Walnut Cove, North Carolina - Jason Lee Miller, 21, of Walnut Cove, North Carolina, died February 12 in Walnut Cove. The funer- al service was conducted February 16 at the First Baptist Church of Grantville with the Reverend Jay Moore and the Reverend Jimmie L. Willis officiating. Pallbearers were Joel Fowler, Lewis Miller, Billy Miller, Scotty Cole, Billy John Miller, Albert Miller, Shawn Mullins and Victor Mullins. Mr. Miller was born February 5, 1980 in Dade County, Florida and lived in Grantville before making his home in Walnut Cove. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Grantville and was a brick mason. Survivors include his mother, Cathy Southern of Walnut Cove; his father and stepmother, William John and Melissa Miller of Miami, Florida; his fianc6, Joni A. Southern of Walnut Cove; a daughter, Autumn Brooke Miller of Walnut Cove; sister Danielle Southern of Walnut Cove; brothers, Billy Miller, Lewis Miller, and Joel Fowler, all of Grantville; half-brothers, John Miller and Shawn Miller; half-sister, Barbara Miller; stepbrother, Michael Devegas, aLl of Miami, Florida; his maternal grandmother, Geneva Kern of Grantville. He was preceded in death by his stepfather, Carl Southern, maternal grandfather, Loyd E. Kern, and paternal grand- parents, Mar3" MiLler and Louis Kareer. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Jewell E Burks February 18, I913 - February 13, 2001 Grantville - Mrs. Jewell Farr Burks, 87, of Grantville, died February 13 at Beaulieu Convalescent Center in Newnan. The funeral service was conducted February 17 at the First Baptist Church of Grantville. The Reverend Jimmie L. Willis officiated and interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery in Newnan. Pallbearers were Ray Smith, Mike McCarty, Jimmy Gantt, Bill Kee, Lem Kee, Sonny Shaddix, and Mike Plant. Mrs. Burks was born February 18, 1913 in Coweta County, daughter of the late Robert and Annie Pate Fan'. A lifelong resi- dent of Coweta County, she was a member of the First Baptist , Church of Grantville, where she served many years as church organist. She was the wife of the late Ross Burks. Survivors include three grandchildren, Robbie Burks of St. Augustine, Florida, Ronnie Burks of Matthews, North Carolina, and Ricky Burks of Naples, Florida; and three great-grandchil- dren. The Claude A. 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Everyone stopped to see the happy rock garden. The second man however, had a hole so deep the bottom was impossible to see. In our lives, we may feel the "rocks" are unmovable. This may be the case, but God has given each of us useful gifts to battle these times. A little "creative problem solving" may save us from a broken back and wasted time. Weekly Bible Trivia Who was the prophet that came just before Jesus? (answer found in thia week's scripture feeding) Williams Insurance The ttammett Building 301 Broom St. Suite 101 207 South tlwy 29 LaGrange, GA 30240 Hogansvflle, GA 30230 Bus: 706-882-5567 Bus: 706-637-6631 Linda Fowler Me|issa Cadwell Claude A. 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