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PAul&apos;; 6-A H)+;:\\;NSVILI.E t-I<Ml.: N:ws - Tt{t'ts] \\;, Skpr. 12, 2002 Mrs. Vernessa Terry Clark March 15, 1960 - September 1, 2002 Mrs. Vernessa Terry Clark, 42, died September I st. Funeral services were held September 5th at Valley Grove Baptist Church in Manchester. The Rev. Jimmie Copeland, pastor, officiated. Pallbearers were Willie Terry, Tyrice Terry, Calvin Mitchell, Charles Terry, Eric Gamble and Nathaniel Williams. Mrs. Clark was born March 15, 1960, daughter of the late Mrs. Bertha Evonne Terry and Willie Joe Terry. She was a member of Valley Grove Baptist Church where she faithful- ly attended until her death. Survivors include her husband, Willie Clark: children, Rodrick Terry, Kenneth (Seanda) Hodo, Arkee (Sharon) Terry, Tobias Terry, Darryl SandeL all of Manchester; Christopher Gates of Tennessee, Victoria Gates of Tennessee and Yvonne Hounter of Atlanta; two grandchildren, Ke'Asyah Aaliyah Hodo of Manchester and Tanker Gates of Tennessee; moth- er-in-law, Mrs. Viola (John) Nellon; three sisters. Vicky (Calvin) Terry, Patricia (Robert) Terry, all of Manchester and Tammy Massengale of Hogansville; four brothers, Charles (Gayle) Terry, Willie (Stella) Terry, Eric (Tywanda) Gamble, all of Manchester and Willie James Terry of S.C.; three sis- ters-in-law, Leavelle Norwood of Whitesville, Kathy and Sherika Nellon, both of LaGrange; one brother-in-law, Amos (Mary Joy Clark of LaGrange two aunts, Mrs. Betty (Clarence) Copeland of Manchester and Fannie Mae (Homer) Williams of Warm Springs; six uncles, Willie Henry Hunt and Wesley (Irene) Hunt, all of Manchester, Aaron (Youlanda) Hunt of Columbus, Jim (Earlene) Hunt of Newnan, ()scar (Judy) Parham of Miami, Fla., James Parham of Manchester; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. 1\\;vo sons pre- ceded her in death, Carlos James Terry and Willie D. Clark. Anderson & Marshall Funeral Home of Manchester xwts in charge of arrangements. Mrs. JanC. Nash November 27, 1957 - September 6, 2002 Mrs. Jan Connally Nash, 44, of Grantville, died September 6 at Atlanta Medical Center. The funeral service was con- ducted September 8 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Father Stephen Lyness officiated and interment was in the Grantville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tony Tucker, Joe Cebulski, Bradley Rufledge, Ricky Thrash, Tim McGruder, Sal Messina, Steve Beers and Dave Corbett. Mrs. Nash was born November 27, 1957 in Coweta County. daughter of the late Harper Glen Connally and the late Odessa Colquitt Connally. She was a 1976 graduate of Newnan High N FUNE School, a graduate of Griffin Technical College, and was a licensed practical nurse. She was a former employee of The Brian Center in LaGrange, Beaulieti'Gonvalescent Center in Newnan, and Life Screen, Inc., and was-€o-owner of Nash Florist in Grantville. She was a member of St. George Catholic Church in Newnan, the Legion of Mary, and St. Vincent de Paul Society. Survivors include her husband, Hugh R. Nash of Grantville; two sisters, June Rutledge of Newnan and Kay Manning of Arlington, Texas; two brothers. Glen Connally, Jr. and VCalker Connally, both of Newnan; her mother-in-law and father-in-law, June and Robert Nash of Grantville; and a number of nieces and nephews. Contributions in memory of Mrs. Nash nmy be made to St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. George Catholic Church. of Ebenezer Presbyterian Church in Hogansville, former member of the Hogansville Pilot Club. retirement, she served 45 years as direcl Public Library. Survivors include one son and claughter-in-law, Jesse Julia Magnan of Oliver Springs; one sister, Mrs. Grubbs of Sylvester: three grandsons. Jeff Magnan and Magnan, both of Oak Ridge, and Mark Magnan of Springs; and one great-granddaughter, Smnantha Lebanon, Tenn. She was preceded in death by her Dewey Magnan. and her daughter, Jane Magnan. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Avis E Moss July 12, 1912 - September 6, 2002 Avis E Moss, 90, of Douglasville, died September 6 at Wellstar Cobb Hospital in Austell. The funeral service was conducted September 9 at the graveside in Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery in Fulton County. Mr. Moss was born July 12, 1912 in Fulton County, son of the lat.e Leonard and Gertrude Suddeth Moss. A longtime resident of Douglas County, he was a retired farmer and was a member of Shadnor Baptist Church in Union City. Survivors include a nephew and close friends, The Claude A. McKibben and Sons t:uneral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangemen > Mrs. Overton Magnan February 8, 1911 - September 8, 2002 Mrs. Overton Johnson Magnan, 91, of Oliver Springs, Tennessee and a former resident of Hogansville, died September 8 at Briarcliff Nursing Home in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The funeral service was conducted September 11 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Philo McKinnon offici- ated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville, Born Febrnary 8, 1911 in Hogansville, Mrs. Magnan was a daughter of the late William and Overton Hearn Johnson. She was a lifelong resident of Hogansville before making her home in Oliver Springs in 1997, was a member and Elder Mrs. Dorothy St. Clair October 1-; , 1921 - September 6, 2002 Mrs. Dorothy Wood St. ClaiL 80, of Hogansville, September 6 at Florence Hand Home in LaGran al service was conducted Sept. 8 in the Chapel of A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Jimmy Brown and the Reverend Wayne Turner and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were wilson St. Clair, Jr., Earl J. Harmers 1 Earl J. Halmers IV, Adam Hanners, Matthew Rice and Hanners. Mrs. St. Clair was born October 17, 1921 in Va., daughter of the late Owen and Naomi A resident of Hogansville since 1959, she was William L. Bonnell Co., was active in the Newnan League, and xas a member of the First Baptist Hogansville. She was a member of the Hogansville ('enter ha, ,vtwkcd wilh the Meals on Wheels.program, a attended th National Senior Olympics for fifteen ning in 1986. Survls ors izaclude two daughters and a son-in-law, and Earl ,l tl,mnCl s, ,h" of Brooks and Crystal St. Snellville; two sons. Mayor Wilson St. Clair and Clair, both of Hogansville; one brother, eight grandchildren, Wilson L. (Bubba) St. Clair, Jr LaGrange, Earl ,lames Harmers III and David Hanners, of Brooks. Alison Rice of Stockbridge, Heather Clair, Tara St. Clair and Corey St. Clair, all of Roanoke, and Megan St. Clair of Franklin; seven great Taylor St. Clail; Wilson St. Clair III, Earl J. Harmers IV, Hmmers. Nikki Harmers, David Harmers She was preceded in death by her husband, W.W. St. and a granddaughten Susan St. Clair. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Deal direct u ith the owner: +4 Time To Make A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 637-6621 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 BODY SHOP • GLASS S • AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME H & H Builders • Commercial and Residential Remodeling • Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 S& Grocery 375 Hwy 100 637-9753 7:21-24 Thursday Gen. 8:i-7 Friday Gen. Vi,.at is one of tile biggest excuses lbr not reading the Bible? I'I:IE: But xe all haxe the sanle 24 hours a dax. 7 dax s a week This week try to keep your daily Bible readings a pnont.. 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