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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 25 2002 A Miss Margaret L. Culpepper May 5, 1906 - April 15, 2002 Miss Margaret L. Culpepper, 95, of the Lone Oak Community of Meriwether County, died April 15 at Alvista Care Home in Greenville. The funeral service was conduct- ed April 17 at Allen-Lee Memorial United Methodist Church in Lone Oak. The Reverend Rance Sprayberry officiated and interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Warren Gray, Billy Perry, Frank Willingham, Pete Johnson, Russell Willingham, and Alfred Daniel. Miss Culpepper was born May 5, 1906 in Lone Oak, daugh- ter of the late Homer and Theodora Herring Culpepper. A graduate of the University of Georgia, she attended the University of Virginia and taught Latin and English in vari- ous high schools in Georgia and South Carolina. She later worked with the Department of Family and Children's Services and retired from Meriwether County in 1971 as a casework supervisor. She was the oldest member of Allen-Lee Memorial United Methodist Church in Lone Oak, having joined Prospect Methodist Church (which became Allen-Lee) in 1919. She served the church in many capacities and assisted in writ- ing a history of the church. She was a charter member of the Lone Oak Community Club, was an avid birdwatcher and a lover of nature, and her love of flowers was exhibited by the grounds at her homeplace in Lone Oak. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Eleanor Willingham of Lone Oak; and several cousins, including Mrs. Florence Johnson's children, Nancy Grace Gray and Rosalind Edmondson, both of Lone Oak, and Bill Johnson of Duluth. Contributions n memory of Miss Culpepper may be made to the Allen-Lee Memorial United biethodist Church Cemetery Fund. The Claude A.-McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mae W. Foster April 17, 1947 - April 15, 2002 Mrs. Mae Wheelus Foster, 54, of the Lone OakCommunity of Meriwether County, died April 1S at Emery University Hospital in Atlanta. The funeral service was conducted April 17 at Union Baptist Church in the St. Marks Community of Meriwether County. The Reverend Bill Smith, the Reverend Bill Deakins, and the Reverend Searcy Jackson officiated and interment was in the church cemetery. Nephews served as pallbearers and honorary pallbear- ers, Born April 17, 1947, Mrs. Foster was a daughter of the late Charlie and Maggie ly' is Wheelus. She was a lifelong resident of Meriwether Countya0d owned and operated Mac's Florist in Lone Oak for twenty years. She was a member of Union Baptist Church in the St. Marks Community of Meriwether County, was a member of the choir, and had served as Sunday School superintendent. Survivors include her husband, Hansel Foster of Lone Oak; one daughter and son-in-law, Lynn and Allen Cheeks of AusteU; one son and daughter-in-law, Hank and Helen Foster of Lone Oak; five sisters, Mrs. Aldine Pierce of Sharpsburg, Mrs. Charlene Newman of.St. Marks, Mrs. Katherine Buice of Suwanee, Mrs. Jeanette Cato of Lone Oak, and Mrs. Betty Hunter of Moreland; and ten grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. C. Edwin Braseh September 2, 1906 - April 16, 2002 C. Edwin Brasch, of GrantviUe, died April 16 at Beverly Healthcare Northside in Atlanta. The funeral service was conducted April 18 at the graveside in the Grantville Cemetery. The Reverend Darris Baker officiated. Mr. Brasch was born September 2, 1906 in GrantviUe, son of the late John Fitzgerald Brasch and the late Gaby Cotton Brasch. A lifelong resident of Grantville, he retired as vice- president of C&S National Bank in Newnan and had served as president of Banks Brothers Company in Grantville. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Grantville and had served on the Administrative Board. Mr. Brasch served a number of years as a member of the Granwille City Council and was former member of the Newnan Kiwanis Club. Survivors include his son and daughter-in-law, Ed and Isaac Arnold Brasch of Atlanta; and two grandchildren, Charles Brasch of Athens and Caroline Brasch of Gainesville. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Roger F. MeClain April 6, 1944 - April 21, 2002 Roger E McClain, 58, of LaGrange, died April 21 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted April 23 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Leonard Hedge officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mr. McClain was born April 6, 1944 in LaGrange, son of the late Ernest Frank McClain and the late Winnie Buttrum McClain. A lifelong resident of LaGrange, he served as a paratrooper in the U.S. Army, and was a driver for City Cab Company in LaGrange. Survivors include four daughters, Diana Tonya McClain, both of LaGrange, Alabama, and Carla McClain of Montgomery, sons, Frankie McClain of Roanoke, Alabama, WiUiaml and Chris McClain, both of LaGrange; one Amanda Creel of Franklin; two sisters, Estes, both of LaGrange; one brother, Bobby LaGrange; and ten grandchildren. He was by his wife, Elouise McClain, and a daughter, The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. George Fredrick Staley February 12, 1945 - April 21, 2002 George Fredrick "Fred" Staley, 57, of April 21 at West Georgia Medical Center. A ice was held April 23 at Hogansville Church the Reverends Elmer McCoy and Vernon ing. Mr. Staley was born February 12, 1945 in the son of Emma Gould Prather Staley of late George Toliver Staley. He had lived in life and was a member of HogansviUe Church of Staley was the owner and operator of South Company. Survivors, other than his mother, include his years, Ellen Smith Staley of LaGrange; Weathers of Georgia, Susan Staley CantreU of Georgia; four grandchildren. Striffler-Hamby Mortuary of LaGrange was an engements. Mrs. Norine Miller Sims October 18, 1912 - April 22, 2002 Mrs. Norine Miller Sims, 89, of Decatur, died Odyssey Hospice in Decatur. The funeral service ducted April 24 in the Chapel of the Claude A. Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Interment was J Hill Cemetery in HogansviUe. Mrs. Sims was born October 18, 1912 in daughter of the late Marvin and Eddie She had lived in Decatur for the past ber of Avondale Patillo United Methodist and was the wife of the late John Ellis Sims, Jr. Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law,. III and Wanda Sims of Grayson; and one grandson-in-law, Sandy and Mike Wertnan The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Hogansville was in charge of .More Deaths, Page 8-A Time To Make A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 637-6621 Wt00ck00t 706.637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 BODY SHOP GLASS SHOP AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME H & H Builders Commercial and Residential Remodeling ComSrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 & Grocery 375 Hwy 100 Hogansville 637-9753 2Kings 2:1-5 Monday 2Kings 2:6-10 Tuesday 2Kings 2:11-15 Wednesday 2Kings 2:16-21 Thursday 2Kings 2:22-25 Fdday 2Kings 3:1-6 Sarday 2Kings 3:7-13 A woman once told her friend that she didn't feel she was being spiritually fed at their church. 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