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The Reverend Wayne Settle and the Hodge officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Reverend Robert McCurry officiated and interment was in Born December 13, 1960, in Newnan, Mrs. Banks was a Lisbon Baptist Church Cemetery at Fayetteville. lifelong resident of Hogansville and was a member of the Mrs. Richardson was born, July 4, 1944, in Huntsville, Baptist church. Along withher husband, she ownedand oper- Alabama and had lived in Meriwether County since 1971. ated International Caf6 in Hogansville. She had served as a teaching assistant for the Meriwether Survivors include her husband, Ricky Banks; son, Kevin County School System and had also served as a secretary Banks; mother, Roberta Gaddy, all of Hogansville; sisters, for WCOH Radio in Newnan. She was a member of Rocky Dianne Clay of Woodbury and Shirley Shiflett of Hogansville; Mount Baptist Church. and brother, Buddy Gaddy, also of Hogansville. She was pre- Survivors include her husband, Glenn Richardson of Gay; ceded in death by her father, Hiram W. Gaddy. daughters and sons in-law, Jerri and Sam Penson of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Sharpsburg and Kimberly and Ricky Phillips of Gay; son and Hogansville was in charge of arrangements, daughter in-law, Wayne and Kim Parris of Senoia; her moth- er, Estelle K. Pate of Gay; brother, William D. (Bill) Pate of Detroit, MI; and grandchildren, Blair Parris, Ally Penson, Miss Luanne Cranston and Samantha Penson. She was preceded in death by her Jan. 21, 1961 = July 5, 2010 father, Norman K. Pate. Registered Nurse Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Miss Luanne Cranston, age 49, went home to be with her Lord, Monday, July 5, 2010. Luanne passed away peacefully at home following a courageous year-long battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or, Lou Gehrig's Disease). Born in Hogansville on Jan. 21, 1961, she was the daugh- ter of the late John Cranston and the late Maxine Argo Cranston both life-long residents of Hogansville, Luanne was a Registered Nurse, and an alumnus of Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC and Emory University, Atlanta, where she graduated in 1984. She worked for 20+ years in LaGrange, for West Georgia Medical Center. Luanne was passionate about her role as a Certified Diabetes Educator and most recently worked for the Harbin Clinic in Rome. While at Harbin, she was instrumental in setting up the Diabetes Management Program at several locations. It was Luanne's joy to serve her Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ in every endeavour, including the year she spent in Russia serving with CO-Mission International in 1995. Survivors include her aunts, Mary Frances Cranston, Louise Argo Kennedy and Mary Argo and numerous cousins. Luanne also leaves behind a host of friends including her special caregivers, Brock and Linda Cooney. Luanne's family and friends would like to thank the won- derful family at Harbin Clinic for their love and care. We are also grateful for the dedicated and helpful staff at the Emory ALS Clinic. No one who knew Luanne will be surprised that her self- lessness follows her into eternity as she has graciously donat- ed her body to Emory's ALS clinic. At Luanne's insistence, there will be no further services. Those who wish, may make memorial contributions to the Association or the Muscular Dystrophy Association at www.als-mda.org or mail to The Emory ALS Center, Attn: Barry Steig, Director of Development, Department of Neurology, 1440 Clifton Rd, Suite 112, Atlanta, GA 30322. The Hogansville Home News does not charge for printing 15 neral Notices. However, Funeral Notices submitted by individuals must be confirmed by a funeral home before they will be printed. Gears Up Baptist Church for VBS Vacation Bible School praise and worship. begins Sunday, July 18, at 6 Sunday and Wednesday p.m. evenings during July and This year's theme is August, Rev. Aaron Saddle Ridge Ranch, and we McCollough will present Life are looking forward to a good Application Sermons- ser- time There will be classes mons that deal with life for ages four through sixth issues. Services are at 6 p.m. grade along with a class for on Sundays and 7 p.m. on adults Wednesdays. Everyone is Kick-off and registrationinvited. is Saturday, July 17, from 3Children and Youth to 5 p.m. Ministry Supper and Preacher Mike of Teaver Activities begin at 6:30 p.m. Road Baptist Church is bring- every Wednesday. All chil- ing some of his horses and dren and youth are invited to there will be games and other joinus for supper, followedby activities. Bible Study, games and many Everyoneis invitedtojoin other fun activities. us for an exciting week of Our WMU is gathering VBS. and sorting items for the Back-to-School Clothes WE HELD our annual Giveaway, scheduled for Independence Day Cookout Saturday, August 7. on July 4. Everyone enjoyedWe would love for you to hamburgers, hotdogs and all worship with us this Sunday. the trimmings, as well as fun Sunday School starts at 9:45 and games, including a large a.m., followed by Morning slide. A special "thank you" is Worship Service at 11:00 a.m. due to the cooks and all who EveningWorshipServiceand planned and helped make this Children & Youth Activities a special event, begin at 6 p.m. On July 7, our youth group Highland Baptist Church joined youth groups from is located at 409 Askew First United Methodist Avenue. For more informa- Church and First Baptist tion, please call the church Church for an evening of office at 706-637-4217. The Family Worship on August 7, at Johnson now so that they can be church. Also pray for her Center is bustling with Street park. engraved with the names on family members who have things going on. We willbegin at 8 a.m. and them. been there every step of the We had a yard sale last have an assortment of What a way to remember way with Judy. week at Piggly Wiggly andGospel groups including someone with a memory Continue to pray for raised over $300 for our New Harmony, One Accord, brick or a brick in honor of Pastor Adams at Highland church. Thanks to everyone Amazing Grace, and many someone special to you. Baptist. Also pray for the who came out and support-more. We willbe selling ham- Bricks are $10. family of Polly Banks. She ed our church by either burgerandhotdogplatesand For more information was a wonderful person and working at the yard sale or plenty of cold drinks, please contact Joel at 706 637 will be missed by all of purchasing items at the yard All money raised will go 5058. Hogansville. sale. to our needy family fund and As always we invite you We also had a benefit missions Special thanks to PLEASE PRAY for Judy to join us for church. Sunday singing for our church onDavid Daniels for helping to Thomaston. She has been in School begins at 10 a.m. fol- July 10. All proceeds bene- get all of this set up. the hospital for a fewweeks lowed by Morning Worship fited our church. It's coming and is now in the Roosevelt Service and Sunday Evening on down and that gets us clos- WE ARE in the process Institute for Rehabilitation service begins at 6 p.m. er to our new church, of building a memorial walM recovering from her surger- Wednesday evening service We will be having a ben- prayer walk beside our ies. Sheisawonderfulperson is at 7 p.m. efit singing for our church church.Bricksarebeing sold and a great part of our Please join in celehrating Luanne Cranston's life by vis- * ...........' .....................................i .................................... ...... ...... i~i ]::~:.~::i~::~;~ ~.:.i ::: i ~ ~ ~ ~ :~ ~ : ::~ ~: :.::~::ii!::i~i::~ii::~::i iliiiiiiiii]ii:: iiiiiiii~ i':::~' ili ~!ili~i~i:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::i :::::::::.:: ~tm~.: : ,: .ww.~.catiaghr~dge.arg/vislt/luannecranston .... or the b ball :] www0ermmgs me. to. share memories and to,,. - :. ':] post tributes. [!!i i!ii; :: ! ' ii',iii', ii ii' i ',',i pmyea cat w m: ii', :Y',iiiiii',i]iiii',iiii',iii!'8!iiiiii!iii!i iii! iiiiiiiii',::ili] 430 Cassville Road, Cartersville, GA 30120 is serving the family of Luanne Cranston. Mrs. Clara Nell Davis Aug 13, 1934 - July 8, 2010 Resident of Luthersville Mrs. Clara Nell Davis, 75, of Manchester and formerly of Luthersville, died Thursday, July 8, 2010, at Warm Springs Nursing Home. The funeral service was conducted at 4 p.m., Sunday, : July 11, in the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Brian Hosmer officiat- ed and interment was in the Luthersville Cemetery. Mrs. Davis was born August 13, 1934, in Troup County, daughter of the late Raleigh Bennett Wright, Sr. and the late Clara McClain Wright. A resident of Manchester for the past We Sell All Types 0f Tires g* C ity five years, she lived at Luthersville for thirty years and was Baptist by faith. Survivors include her daughter and son in-law, Lisa and ommun Thomas Brown, Jr. of Manchester; son and daughter in-law, . Bank Trust Ronald and Linda Owens of Luthersville; step-children and i M Phil Waldrop their spouses, Doug and Barbara Davis of Luthersville, Andy Funeral Home HUBBARD & SPINKS 300 Main Street and Pat Davis of Hampton, Gloria and Freddie Fernandez 208 Johnson Street Downtown ,,, 0.ansville of LuthersviUe, Sandra and Bill Patterson and Linda Davis Hogansville, Georgia Parts- Serv/ce .. .., of Seffner, FL; sisters and brother in-law, Grace and John 706 637 6544 Smith of LaGrange and Mary Dickens of Apolla Beach, FL; 706-637-8623 1115E M nSt " " 706-637-8683 H0gansville, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Forrest Davis; son, Raymond Owens; and step-son, Lamer Davis. al Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Beatrice Dopp $ CUSTOM HOMES "Quality Built Homes On June 21, 1923- July 9, 2010 z .a Less" Member St. James United MethodistChurch 7646 Road. Mrs. Beatrice Thrower Dopp, 87, of Hogansville, died 1-S11-569-6630 Friday, July 9, 2010, at LaGrange Nursing and Rehab Center. The funeral service was conducted at 2 p.m., Monday, July 12, in the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Willow Heim and the Reverend David Piekard officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Dopp was born June 21, 1923, in Hogansville, daugh- ter of the late Tom and Lizzie Dean Thrower. A lifelong.res- ident of Hogansville, she was a member of St. James United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Andy Dopp; daughter in- law, Kitty Dopp; brother and sister in-law, Tommy and Eloise Thrower; granddaughter, Lisa and Ken Webb, all of Hogansville; four great-grandchildren, Becky and Trey Hudson, Mandy Jones, Kendal Webb, and Kenzie Webb; and a great-great-grandson, Ryan Hudgins. Mrs. Dopp was pre- ceded in death by her son, David M. Dopp. Claude A. McICAbben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. See you in 6urdi