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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILI~ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 2004 Lillie Frances Flournoy March 11, 1932 - March 1, 2004 Greenville Baptist Church Member Lillie Frances Flournoy, age 71, of Greenville, died Monday, March 1 at her residence. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 3 at the chapel of Smith-Steele-Meadows Funeral Home with Rev. Amy Arnold Hoffman officiat- ing, assisted by Rev. Jan Tolbert. Interment followed in the Greenville Presbyterian Church Cemetery with the following serving as pallbearers: Scott Burke, Kenneth Brock, Jr., David Flournoy, Frank Hellvig, Mark Trantham and Tony Flournoy. Mrs. Flournoy was born March 11, 1932 in Floyd County, a daughter of Harrison Lewis Turner and Flora Beaterice Holt Turner. She was a home- maker and was a member of Greenville Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Robert Leon Flournoy of Greenville; two daugh- ters and sons-in-law, Cathy and Johnny Burke of Manchester and Michelle and Kenneth Brock of Warm Springs; a son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Debbie Flournoy of Greenville; a sister, Mary Crosby of Macon; a brother, George Turner of Hogansville; ~seven grandchil- dren and 14 great grandchildren. Smith-Steele-Meadows Funeral Home of Manchester was in charge of arrange- ments. Dolores Prophitt May 27, 1937 - MaYch 6, 2004 Past Pathways Center Supervisor Dolores Martinez Prophitt, 66, of Hogansville, died Saturday, March 6 at Hospice LaGrange. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. MQnday, March 8 at the Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville with Father Selva Raj officiating. Mrs. Prophitt was born May 27, 1937 in Carrizozo, NM, daughter of the late Alfred and Emma Pachic0 Martinez. A resident of Hogansville for the past 35 years, she had been employed as a super- visor at Pathways Center in LaGrange and had delivered Meals on Wheels. She was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church in ImGrange. Survivors include three daughters, Susan Vetter and her husband, Theron, of LaGrange, Rose Prophitt of Atlanta and Evelyn Prophitt Zarate and her husband, Jesus, of Hogansville; two sons, Curtis Prophitt and his wife, Kristie, and Samuel Prophitt, all of Hogansville; six sisters and their husbands, Darlene and Johnny Garcia, Gloria and Ray Barreras, Margaret Grace, Louise and Ray Sanchez, Mary and Greg White, and Emma Anderson; two brothers and their wives, Johnny and Judy Martinez and Frank and Mary Martinez; an aunt, Margaret Chavez; and eight grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Joe Prophitt and two brothers, Ernest Martinez and Sky Martinez. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Vicki Brown Wellborn January 26, 1947 - March 4, 2004 Greenville Area Resident Vicki Brown Wellborn, 57, of Greenville, died Thursday, March 4 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 7 in the chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Jonathan Porter officiated; interment followed in Greenwood Cemetery in Atlanta. Mrs. Wellborn was born Jan. 26, 1947 in Fulton County, daughter of the late Leon L. Brown, St. and the late Lois Kervin Brown. A former resident of Atlanta, she had lived in the Hogansville and Greenville area since 1975, and was a member of the Baptist church. She was the wife of the late Jerry Wayne Wellborn St'. Survivors include a daughter, Marie Wellborn McDalaiel and her husband, Timmy, and their children, Blake and Jada; a son, Jerry Wayne Wellborn Jr. and his wife, Lori, and their children, Jessie and Randall; a sister and brother in-law, Jean and Ted Ray; and a brother and sister-in- law, Leon Jr. and Dianne Brown, all of Greenville. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. By Clint Clayb~a~ HOUSES ON THE WAY - Workmen get ready to frame new houses in Mallards Lake on Collier Street in Hogansville. Developer John Arnold has said the framing work could be under way by the third week in March. APPOINTED- Parmer Monument is pleased to announce Jim Thompson as its new sales manager in charge of outside sales. He has 34 years of cemetery Work experience. He comes to Parrner Monument as the retired superintendent of the City of LaGrange Cemetery. The family of Leonard Lamar Railey would like to thanlt~ everyone for the prayers, food, visits, phone calls and flow-~ ers sent during the loss on our dear son, daddy, Poppy, brotlvk er and uncle. You will never know how much each act of~' kindness was appreciated, or how much it really helped each of us. We would also like to thank Lamar's friends that start- ed the kamar Railey Scholarship Fund. Lamar is gone, but with friends like his, he will never be forgotten. E.C. & Sylvia Railey; Scotty Railey, Tracey R. (Justin) Hattaway; Amber, Ashley and Alex Sands; Joyce I~ (Buster) Reynolds, Michael W. Railey, Chris and Jermife~ Reynolds; Jamie, Megarb Kyle Railey and Kelsey The family of the late Eva Grissom Johnson wish to thang you for the expressions of kindness, prayers, and sympathy shown during the illness and death of our loved one. A special thanks to Rev. Black and Sis. 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For More Information Call: LaGrange 706-884-2444 Amer~'s H~ ~ace, S',~:lo M~e ~pm~ ~ ~Pmm ~o~19 Downtown H0gansville [ and Inside Ingles [ 637-6544or637-64_22[ Hummingbird Stabon ; ~~/t~lr~~ 1879 East Main St. HOGANSVILLE 637-9001 WHAT WOULO You TELL THEM? The vast muItitude of suicides in ottr ~iet~ today is testimony to' the fact that perhaps life is not always bearable. But there are far too many suicides fotus not to believe that many of them could have been prevented. What c0dd we tell someone we know who is contemplating suidde? l~htld we have anything ofs~e to dis- suade them from their magic act? Maybe we should tell them that life is always ~, or at least we sho~ belie~ thor it is: Amazing, one can adapt to ~tever comes along. Even ff ~. loses his mi~ in a strange way that too c~d be conside~ adaptation. If de.us are ha~ us, we st~ald learn to deal with them. And altk~ prayer may be considered a form of e~apism ~ some, it ~ be ~e ~ation to ~pe into the arms ofa 1o~ ~. 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