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MR. CARL GALLOWAY April 15, 1945 - June 11, 2011 Retired Self-Employeed Truck Driver Mn Carl Galloway, 66, of Hogansville, died Saturday, June 11, 2011, at his home. The funeral service was conducted at 11:00 a.m., 1hesday, June 14, in the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Dr. Bob Martin officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery, with Masonic grave- side rites. Mr. Galloway was born April 5, 1945, in Hogansville and lived in this area most of his life. He served in the U. S. Marine Corps from 1962 until 1966 and attended school to receive diesel mechanic instruction and truck driver train- ing in 1968-69. A retired self-employed truck driver, he was Baptist by faith and was a member of Hogansville Masonic Lodge #93. Survivors include his wife, Linda Galloway of Hogansville; son, Troy Galloway of Hogansville; daughters and sons in- law, Karen and Brian Trevena of Sharpsburg, Bobbi and MarW Spears of LaGrange; his mother, Betty Galloway of Hogansvflle; sisters, Jenny Norwood and Blake Shelnutt of Hogansville, Lisa and Ricky Tenney of Rockmart; brothers, Ron Galloway, Steve and Pare Galloway, all of Hogansville; grandchildren, Michelle and Justin Matthews, Savanna Galloway; great-grandson, Wyatt Matthews; aunt, Ann Long of Grantville; and several nieces and nephews. He was pre- ceded in death by his father, Raford Galloway. Condolences may be expressed at www.mckibbenfuner- alhome.com Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. MR. JIMMY FREEMAN June 18, 1935- June 8, 2011 Retired Employee of Jam River Corporation Mr. James L. (Jimmy) Freeman, 75, of Hogansville, died Wednesday, June 8, 2011, at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, June 11, at Highland Baptist Church in Hogansville. The Reverend Aaron McCollough, the Reverend Terry Rainwater, and the Reverend Paul Stitcher officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Born June 18, 1935, in Newnan, Mr. Freeman was rbv of the late Willie and Edna Lands.Freeman He wa: ':-- graduate of Newnan High School. where he was very in athletics, and was a retired employee of James Ri . Corporation. He had lived in Hogansville for 52 years, was a member of Highland Baptist Church. and was a. Georgia Bulldog fan. Survivors include his wife, Henrietta Freeman: ,: i,lother Teresa once . dren - and don't blink. was ,mad, crying, and with a big ole brnise rightBarbie dolls, daddy's lap, reat 'q .... betv &en :her eyes. She looked like a wet rat. But she was kindergarten, the tickle mon- would do m hf6, tlie one vn th s earth. IWe .can Aaron ster. tea parties, boys, tele- she would not do w;ts [av as onlydo itdethingswithgreat www.freshfireministries.co phones, driver's license, cur- she was the day l fh , !eve." When my family gath- m " through the nurserv . ,.,'a ;ur the holidays and the freshfire@mindspring.com beautiful to me. All kinds oF thoughts ran through my mind as I stared at her through the nursery window. I wondered what she would look like, what kind of personality she would have, what talents she would have, what her likes and dislikes would be, what she would grow up to be, and most impor- tantly, what kind of Father would I be to a girl! As I stared at her through that nursery window, I made A JOYFUL NOISE- Children choir with Children's Director (at the back row on the left) Jennifer Pearce. Mallory Gallaway (front\left) and Kalea Johnson (front right) lead the congregation singing at the morning service on June 12. LIFTING VOICES IN PRAISE- Trio children singer pre- sented "Amazing Grace, My Chains are Gone" at the spe- cial music. From left to right: Lauryn Pearce, Kennedy WIIkie and Emma Bowies. Claude A, McKibben & Sons Funeral Home We Sell All Types of T .es HUBBARD & olin i;;'.:; 208 Johnson Street .... Hogansville, Georgia Parts- S ke 706-637-8623 1115E Main St. i', : ;,c: H0gansville, GA 30230 (706) 6S-Gs9 $ ommunity , lJBank Trust D0wnt0wn tt0g v le % 63z 6544 Phil Waidrop 300 Main Street Hagansvitte; C.eorga 706-637-8683 Van's Hardware & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd. Hogansville, Ga 30230 Ph: 706.637.6263 Fax: 706.637.6250 Van Lowry Jr. "Everyone Needs a little hardware" ilj :ilx : i:i~ '>::~'~:" } ..... : " /:: ~ 'i;7 :iiii!i;i.,;