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Funeral & Obituary News for Gainesville, GA

Stretchers stolen from funeral hearses in Gainesville
Bradenton Herald
GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Police and funeral directors in Gainesville have a mystery on their hands: Someone is breaking into hearses and stealing the stretchers used to carry deceased people. Gainesville police Cpl. Kevin Holbrook said thieves have broken ...

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Richmond

Mary E. Lasley
Richmond
She is survived by her three sons Jack Lasley of Richmond, David Lasley of Gainesville, GA., Charles Lasley of Richmond, six grandchildren?, eight great grandchildren, four great-great grandchildren, sister Pauline Rockhill of New Paris, nieces ...

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Area Deaths
Savannah Morning News
27, in the chapel of the funeral home with burial to follow in the Guyton Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Pineora Baptist ... Conyers- Alex Johnson, 60, passed away in Gainesville, Ga., after a brief illness. Alex was a 1972 graduate of Groves ...


Thief Stealing Stretchers From Funeral Hearses in Georgia Town
ClaimsJournal.com
Police and funeral directors in Gainesville, Ga., have a mystery on their hands: Someone is breaking into hearses and stealing the stretchers used to carry deceased people. Gainesville police Cpl. Kevin Holbrook said thieves have broken into vehicles ...


Nellie E. Warner
Chronicle-Telegram
Mrs. Warner is survived by her son, Donald E. Kuhn, Jr. (Bonna) of Elyria; daughter, Nanette C. Cook (Dan) of Gainesville, Georgia; grandchildren, Dana, Ryan, Donald, Kristi; great-grandson, Timothy; brother, Charles Ball (Gaynelle) of Patriot, Ohio ...


Former GHSA Director Tommy Guillebeau passes
Thomaston Times
Former Georgia High School Association executive director Tommy Guillebeau, who was responsible for putting the high school football and basketball championships on TV and bringing high school football to the Georgia Dome, passed away at his home in ...