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Page 2 I~ ~lind+ ~.tLj ~ Wednesday, April 4, 2018 'of Ann Walker Douglas Jeff Smith of Lakeland; five Active pallbearers were Dickerson. He is survived until August 1953 rising to his 81st birthday. Mrs. Ann Walker Doug- sisters and brothers-in-law, Charles Douglas, III, Colt by his step-mother, Elva Lee the rank of 1st Lieutenant He is remembered for las, 64, went home to be Jeannette and NathanielSmith, Robert Nelson, Eric Dickerson of Homerville,before entering the Reserve wearing bows ties and the with her Lord and Savior, Smith of Lake Panasofkee, Anderson, Danny Strickland step-sister, Diane Landrum and serving until June 1961 annual UGA Alumni BBQ. Monday, March 26, 2018, at FL, Roselyn and Phillip Nor- and D. J. Lee. Gilbret of Homerville, step- when he received an honor- Whenever he travelled in her residence, following an man ofStockton, RitaStalvey "Amazing Grace", "The brother, Morris (Laura) able discharge. He returned Georgia, he would stop at extended illness, of Homerville, Sue and Don- Old Rugged Cross" and "H1 Landrum, and his only child to UGA and received a B.S. - local pharmacies and often Mrs. Douglas was bornaid Johnson of Valdosta and Fly Away", were sung by the Joseph Edmund "Joe Ed," in Pharmacy (1956). He be- find a former UGA student January 18, 1954, in Homer- Rhonda and Charles Henry Shiloh Group and Congrega- daughter-in-law, Sharyn,gan his Pharmacy career at working behind the counter. ville, GA to the late Sidney of Homerville; one brother tion. grandsons Thomas, William, Dunaway Drugs in Marl- He loved fishing, gardening, Walker and Verdi Hendrix and sister-in-law, Ronald Sympathy may be ex- 'and James, and numerousetta took a job in Sales and dogs, but most of all, Walker. As a child she en- and Wanda Walker of Web- pressed by signing the on- nieces and nephews, with Eli Lilly (1957), and he loved his three grand- joyed the outdoors and on ster, FL; twelve grandchil- line registry at www.round- Joe Bill graduated from then returned to Athens to sons. He spent a great deal June 30, 1969 she married dren, Brittany (Jeff)Hefner, treefuneralhome.net Homerville High School in work for Lyons Pharmacy of time with them as they Charles D. Douglas, Sr. with' Sgt. Charles D. (Tempyst) Roundtree Funeral Home 1947. He attended Abraham (1960-1964). In 1964, UGA's Were growing up and has left whom she shared her love of Douglas, III, Jaime O'Berry, was in charge of the arrange- Baldwin Agricultural Col- School of Pharmacy hiredand indelible mark on their hunting for the last 49 years. Spc. Kelli O'Berry, Kimberly ments, lege (Tifton) for two years him as a Clinical Pharmar- lives. Known on the hunting club Burke, Colt Smith, Robert Joe Bill Di kersen and then transferred to the cy Associate. He worked 32 The family received visi- as "Pissant', she was known '2)ootsie" Nelson, Marva- Mr. Joe Bill Dickerson, 88, University of Georgia where years until his retirement tors on Saturday, March 31 for her energy and attitude, lene Nelson, Lynslee Doug- husband, father, and grand- he completed a Bachelor of (1996). He served 10 years at Lord and Stephens Fu- Even in her final months las, Eric Anderson and Scott father ("Pop"), died Satur- Science in Agricultural Sci- as an adviser for UGA's Phi neral Home of Athens. A you could find her riding dirt Smith; seven great grand- day, March 24, in Hospice at ence (1950). In 1951, he en- Delta Chi's 1987 Teacher of graveside service will be held roads looking for that next children, Shane Hefner, Ty- Piedmont Athens Regionallisted in the United States the Year and 1991 Pharma- at Pine Forest Cemetary in big buck. She attended the ler Hefner, Kylee Altman, (Piedmont)afterathree-year Air Force and was one ofcistfor27 years at St. Mary's Homerville on Saturday, Shiloh Church in Homerville. Matthew Douglas, Chan- struggle with Alzheimer's only 100 men in the 3700th Hospital (1968-1995). Joe April 21, 2018 with the time She was a loving mother and ning Hefner, Neveah Burke Disease. An only child, he Officer Candidate Training Bill realized retirement was to be announced at a later Nana. She was preceded in and Payton Williams; and was proceeded in death by Group at Lackland Air Force not for him, so in 1996, he date. In lieu of flowers, the death by one brother: Ken- several other relatives, his parents, Joe Willie and Base in San Antonio, Tex- became the Pharmacist for family requests that dona- neth Walker. Funeral services for Mrs. Anne (Wheeler) Dickersonas. There he was trained in the Methodone Detox Rehab tions be made in his name Survivors are her hus- Douglas were held Thurs- of Homerville, and his wife chemical, biological, and ra- Clinic (Athens); working 14 to the Athens Area Humane band, Charles D. Douglas, day, March 29, 2018 at 6 p.m. of 52 years, Gloria Gettier diologicalwarfare. He served years and retiring just shy of Society. Sr. of Waycross; one son and from the Shiloh Church. daughter-in-law, Charles Officiating was Rev. How- "David" and Karen Douglas, ard Slocumb and Rev. Nell Jr.ofWaycross;o edaughter Pittman. and son-in-law, Emily and Memorialization will be by cremation. Ro lndtrcc F u :n. c r a I H o :m c "Service with DigniO, and Honor" Since 1982 240 Dame Ave. Homerville, GA 31634 Call: (912) 487-5325 or Fax: (912) 487-2050 www.roundtreefuneraihome.net 4 Experience the Fr ~; )ff Jewelry SALE Monday Tuesday April ~6t,h April ~7+:t'~ 9 am -- 6 pm 9 atn -- 6 pn~ (?linch Merr~orial. HOspital Cafeteria C,~t~h ~.~:~ ;~a (?,ae~ t The Clinch County School System recognized outstanding fourth, seventh and 12th-grade students at the annual Academic Achievement Awards Tribute on Monday, March 26 in the Clinch County High School Commons Area. Above, 12th-grade students recognized included, front, from left, Austin Sirmans, Kaitlin Oliver, ReNesia Bryant, Lindsey Kate Steedley, Madysen Knight, Madalyn Johnson, Lauron Bennett, and David Carroll. Back row from left, Bryce Smith, Aaron Shaw-Newbern, I arrison Tucker, Kendall Welch, Abbie Windham, Joshua Jones, and Ranisha Johnson. " +~ Seventh- ade students recognized included, front, from left, Amariana Bulden, Katelynn Joyce and Felicity Burgess. Beck, from left, Patrick Kimple, Jack Lankford, Zy'Keriya Williams, Kinsley Mayes, and Joshua Holtzclaw. . Fourth-grade students recognized were, bottom, from left, Eliza Nipper, Hunter Pitbnan, Jacobi Bryant, Emory King, and Sean Jowers. Middle row, from left, Cassie Lieupe, Sixto Santiago, Alec Goodman, Cayson Griffin, Tara Stevens, Bathany Touchton, and Annalee George. Back row, from left, Westen Bennett, J.D. Smith, Matthew Steedley, Dawson Herrin, Maki Tlner, Jonah Pittman, Jaylen Wilson Gamble, and Amelia Cox. us fter to of Nass& CCHS Farm Business Management Team, 2010 Clinch Counl High Farm Business Management Team, 2010. From left, WHO'S THIS?, Marissa Smilh, Mohler, Colby Guess. Answer from last week: F.dl~ Cason. 0 0 0