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CLYO (Jrady Augusta Hurst, 72, died Friday at home after a long illness. He was born in Faulkner County, Ark. He was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and was retired from Hercules Powder Co. Surviving are his wife, Alice F. Hurst of Clyo; three daughters, Reba H. Lee of Newington, Priscilla H Creasy of Brooklet and Lisa H. Bevill of Clyo; a brother, Harbin Hurst of Augusta; and four grandchildren. Funeral. 4 p m, Sunday at Bethel Lutheran Church, burial in church cemetery. Remembrances: Bethel Lutheran Church Building Fund. Thomas C. Strickland Funeral Home, Springfield Chapel

Bonnie J. Signuld

Bonnie Jean Sigwald, 66, died Thursday at a Dublin hospital. She was born in West Palm Beach, Fla , and was a resident of Savannah for the past 50 years, She was a homemaker and a Methodist. Surviving are a son, Robert C Sigwald Jr. of Aiken, S.C.; three daughters, Barbara J Duda of Howell, N.J., Betty L Futch of Corpus Christi, Texas, and Dariene Sigwald of Cape Coral, Fla. ; a sister, Alice Adams of Dublin; a brother, John Pike of Dublin; six grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral: 2 p.m. today at Townsend Brothers Funeral Home in Dublin, burial in Pleasant Springs Baptist Church Cemetery.

Samuel L. Smiley

WAYCROSS Samuel Lee Smiley, 3, died Tuesday at Satilla Regional Medical Center after a short illness He was born in Waycross. Surviving are his mother, Brenda Smiley of Waycross; a sister. Samantha Taylor of Patterson; and a brother, Stanga B. Taylor of Patterson. Graveside service: 1 p.m. Monday at Gethsemane Cemetery Marschall Funeral Home, Blackshear.

Zaeliary K. Boyd

Zachary Robert Boyd, infant son of Mr and Mrs Sam and Mary A Boyd of Port Wentworth, died Thursday at Candler Hospital Also surviving are, a brother, Bradley M. Boyd of Port Wentworth; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Red and LaJuan Boyd of Garden City and Mr and Mrs. Gene and Jackie Robider of Savannah; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George and Sylvia Hardwig of Cincinnati; paternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V.M. Boyd of Garden City, and Eloise Hankins of Vidalia ; and several aunts and uncles. Graveside service: 10 a.m. Monday in Hillcrest Abbey, West. Massey Chapel Funeral Home.

Joe Wulhurg Jr.

FLEMING - Joe Walburg Jr., 59. died Wednesday at Candler Hospital in Savannah after an illness. He was born in Liberty County and lived in Fleming for years. He was a laborer in agriculture and a member of St. Paul Baptist Church. Surviving are his mother, I del la Walburg of Fleming; and a host of other relatives. Funeral. 1 p.m. Tuesday at St. Paul Baptist Church in Fleming, burial in Bryant Neck Cemetery in Richmond Hill. Dorchester Funeral Home, Midway. Tlielmn !Vf. Green FLORENCE, S.C. - Thelma Marguerite Green, 74, died Thursday at Bruce Hospital Systems after a short illness. She was born in Savannah. She was associated with AARP as secretary assistant at Wallace-Gregg Elementary School. She was a member of Hawhammock Baptist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Margaret Oliver of Ellabell and Joyce Reagens of Tybee Island; two sons. Clyde E. Green Jr. of Florence and Eugene Jeffers of Langley, S.C,; a sister, Alma Bagnall of Dallas; 12 grandchildren; and six grandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. Sunday at Hawhammock Baptist Church, burial in church cemetery. Peebles-Curry-Durden Mortuary, Swainsboro.

Johnnie R. Powell

SWAINSBORO Mrs. Johnnie Ree Powell, 65, died Thursday at Meadows Memorial Hospital in Vidalia after a long illness. She was born in Vernon. Ala. She was a seamstress with Swainsboro Sportswear and a member of Pendleton Springs Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband. J i m m y Powell of Swainsboro; a son, James A. Powell of Swainsboro; a stepdaughter, Tina Knolton of Savannah; two sisters, Margie Thompson and Hattie R. Cruise, both of Memphis, Tenn.; a brother. Jessie Thompson of Memphis, six grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews Funeral: 3 p.m. Sunday at PeeblesCurry-Durden Mortuary, burial in New Hope Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery near Lexsy.

Marion Alexander

Marion Alexander, 78, died Tuesday atCandler Hospital. She was born in Savannah and was the owner of the night club Ruby's Two Spot. She was a member of Tremonl Temple Baptist Church and a former member of the Usher Board. She was a member of Georgia High Steppers Club. Surviving are two daughters, Catherine Jackson of Savannah and Gloria Zeigler of Philadelphia; three sisters, Hannibal Jackson of Savannah, Frances Hunter and Christine Maxwell, both of New York; four brothers, Butler, Edward and Jonathan Alexander, all of Sa-, vannah, and Pearce Alexander of New York; nine grandchildren; and 13 greatgrandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Tuesday at BynesRoyall Funeral Home, burial in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.

Ruby E.M. Chefley

Mrs. Ruby Edna Marshall Cheffey, 74, died Friday at Candler Hospital after a short illness. She was born in Ringgold, Va ., and lived in Savannah 10 years. She was a registered nurse in the U.S. Navy and was a Presbyterian. Surviving are a sister, Myrtle Redfern of Mount Croghan, S.C.; a brother, Irvin G Marsttalfot Clifton Park, N.Y.; and several nieces and nephews. Sipple's Mortuary.

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Burnia II.

VIDALIA - BurnisB Hayes, 91, died Thursday at Meadows Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was born in Dodge County and lived in Vidalia in the 1930s for seven years and lived in Daytona Beach, Fla., for 50 years. He returned to Vidalia three years ago and was a retired city bus driver for Daytona Beach, Fla. He was a Baptist. Surviving are a daughter, Melba Dunham of Vidalia; his stepmother, Mrs. John H. Haynes of Warner Robins; four half-sisters, Bessie Davis and Pearl White, both of Warner Robins, Evelyn Roger of Kathleen and Sarah Owens of Helena; three half-brothers, Harold, Floyd, and James Haynes, all of Warner Robins; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. today at Murchison Funeral Home, burial 1.1 a.m. Monday in Volusia Memorial Park in Orrnond Beach, Fla

l B. Kosaiter

John J. LyoiiM Sr. John Joseph Lyons Sr , 69, died Thursday at home after a short illness He was born in Savannah arid was a member of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church and St. Michael's Catholic Church. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Hibernian Society awl Savannah Golf Club He was past president of the Parish Council of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, member of Chatham Artillery and past president of the Propeller Club He was a graduate of Benedictine M i l i t a r y School and The Citadel He was retired as chairman of the Board of the River Services Surviving are his wife, .lane M Lyons of Savannah; four daughters, Peggy L. Padgett of Charlotte, N . C . . Janie L. Hunger of Lancaster. Pa.. Holly L. W h i t field of Stone Mountain and Carol I. Brown of Tybee Island: five sons. Harold M.. Michael F., Stephen G. and the Rev. John .1 Lyons Jr., all of Savannah, and Patrick I). Lyons of Nashville, Tenn ; a brother. Charles Lyons of New Orleans. a sister, Marie L. Cricler of Dublin; eight grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews F u n e r a l : noon today at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, burial in Catholic Cemetery. Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors. Hodgson Chapel, Remembrances: Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, St. Michael's CatholicChurch. St. Anthony's Catholic Church or Benedictine M i l i t a r y School.

Kiclutnl M. Taylor

TIM,MAN. SC Richard Mallory Taylor, 76. died Monday at Naval Hospital in Beaufort. S.C He was born in Ridgeland, S.C. He was a graduate of Robert Smalls High School in Beaufort and Compton College in Compton. C a l i f . He served 20 years in the ll S N a v y and was retired from the Cost Office in Los Angeles He was a member of St John AME Church, where he served as a trustee and a steward He was a barlxr S u r v i v i n g are seven sisters, Louise (lalmon of Stamford, Conn., Florence Hall and Kssie Pitts, both of Ridgeland, Janie Gregory of Santee. S C., Ruby Anderson nnd Nancy Taylor, both of Brooklyn, N Y , and Hosa Holsey oi The Bronx, N Y , t w o brothers, John a n d Steve Taylor. lx»th of Ridgeland; his stepmother, L i l l i e Taylor of Ridgeland; three aunts; and an uncle. Funeral: I I a.m Monday at St. John AME Church, burial in National Cemetery in Beaufort. 'Hostick Funeral Home, Ridgeland



VU -- Funeral services for Mrs. Tinh Thi Vu will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1:00pm today. Father John Quang celebrating. Interment Catholic Cemetery. Lester L. _H_ayrn_on Funeral in charge ^___ ROSSITER -- Funeral services for Edward B. Rossiter will be held at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church, 10am today, Father Patrick O'Brian celebrating. Interment Catholic Cemetery. Pallbearers will Be: Marlon W. Borkin (II, Robert E. Borkin, Michael Rossiter Jr., Danny Rossiter, Stephen Rossiter, Denny Chandler. Family request remembrance be made to Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church or Benedictine Military School. Lester L. _HaYman Funeral Home in charge PRIESTER -- Funeral services for Mr. Sampson!. Priester will be held Saturday, May 22, 1993 at the Chapel of Sidney A. Jones at 2:00pm. Rev, Eugene Brown officiating. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Survivors are: Ms, Quana, Chiquia Priester, Ms. Lashona Roberson, Master Sampson Priester Jr., Shawnell, Shanlell Priester, Mr. & Mrs. George Washington, Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Cody, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Parker, Mr. & Mrs. Alfonso Dickerson, 1 grand child, several nieces, nephews, other relatives. _Sidney A. Jones ; _ MAIZE -- Funeral services for Mr. Oscar Lee Mai^e will be held Monday, May 24, 1993, at 11am, from Williams Chapel AME Church, Rev. George Bush, pastor, Bishop Moses Lewis officiating. Interment, Church Cemetery. Survivors are Mrs. Corrine Maize, Mr. Oscar Lee Maize Jr., Mrs. Ldkeshg Foy, Mrs. Toreatha Thomas, .Mr. and Mrs. Allen Reed, Mrs. Lela M, Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Willre Foy, Mrs. Hattie M. Foy,,Mr, John Maize, Mr. Thomas W. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie B. Hendrix, 4 grands,'! great-grand, 3 brothers in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends, Visitation Sunday 7 ; 8pm at the Church. Sidney A. Jones. LYONS -- Funeral services for Mr. John Joseph Lyons, Sr. will be held Saturday, 12noon, at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church with burial in the Catholic Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be nephews. Remembrances may be sent to Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, St. Michael's Church, St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Benedictine Military School. Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel in charge of

Inez H. -Tullle

Mrs. Inez H. Tuttle of Bloomingdale died Thursday She was born in Tattnall County and lived in Bloomingdale most of her life and was a member of Alpha United Methodist Church. Surviving are a son, Edward R McFarlane of Fayetteville; a daughter, Sybil Ann Gerardeau of Savannah, two sisters, Blanche Odum and Genieve Morgan. both of Lyons; a brother, Ranee Hunter of Reidsville: six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. . -Funeral. 2 p.m. Saturday in Alpha United Methodist Church with burial in Hillcrest Abbey Cemetery. Massey Chapel Funeral Home in Garden City.


JONES -- Funeral services for Mr. Benjamin Franklin (Ben) Jones of Hilton Head, SC, will be held Sunday at 4pm from Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Rev. Ben Williams official ing. Interment, Monday morning at 11am Beaufort National Cemetery. Survivors are Mr. Darryl Mulligan, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Jones, Jr., Mrs. Florence Orage, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Wright, Mr. and Mrs, Ossie Robinson, Mrs. Pearl Jones, Mr. Wayne Sober, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The body will lie in state at the church from 3pm until, hour of services. The cortege will leave the resi dence on Squire Pope Road at 10pm Monday morning. Stiney's Mortuary _ o f Hardeeyille, SC. CHRISTIE -- Funeral Service for Mr. Samuel A. Christie Sr. will be Held Saturday, May 22, 1993 at IV.OQam from Victory .Bible Fellowship Church, Rev. Ronald Greene officiating. Interment Laurel Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: Miss Barbara A. Christie, Ms. Vickie Christie, Mrs. Katie C. Washington, Ms. Johnnette Christie, Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Wright, Mr. Samuel Christie Jr., Mr. Bobby A. Christie, Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Christie, Mr, Johnny E. Christie, Mr. Lezar Christie, Mr. Edgar G. Christie, Mrs. Jeanette Washington, 25 grand children, 12 great grands, 2 nephews, cousins other relatives and friends. Reposing at the Chapel until hour of service. Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home. BAGWELL -- Funeral' Services for Mrs, Annie Reeves Bagwell will be Saturday 3pm at Faith Primitive Baptist Church wijh .Rev. V.E. Love Sr, Dr., Edward Salter and Rev. Earnie Pirkle officiating. Burial will be in Bonaventure, Cemetery. Active Pallbearers will be George Salter, Brian Salter, David Bragg, Jamie Bagwell, Verdie E. Love Jr. and Ray Love. Fox and Weeks Funeral Home Hodgson Chapel

Henry J. Burg

Henry Jordan Burg, 57, died Wednesday at Philadelphia University Hospital. He lived in Philadelphia for 24 years. He was a Mason and served in the military reserve as a staff sergeant. He was a veteran. Surviving are two daughters, Jacqueline Jones and Vanessa Burg, both of Philadelphia; his parents, Elizabeth J. and Harry Telfair. two brothers, Robert and Isiah, Jordan, both of Savannah; and four grandchildren. Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home.

George >1, Hell

PELZER, S.C. George Mark Bell, 79, died Thursday at Anderson Area Medical Center. He was born in Anderson County and was a former resident of Savannah, He was a member of Pelzer Presbyterian Church. He was retired from Gateway Transport Co. and a U.S. Army veteran of World War I I . Surviving are his wife, Maryland Kay Turner Bell of Pclzer; twrt sons, Thomas G. Bell of Brunswick and Jack Bell of Burlington, N.C.; a stepson, Buddy Turner of Pelzer; two stepdaughters, Frances McKee of Anderson, S.C., and Katie Rogers of Pelzer; three sisters, Irene Manley of Greenville, S.C., Lydia Mae Coker of Williamston. S.C., and Pauline Hopkins of Pelzer; two brothers, Allen Bell of West Pclzer, S.C., and Adger Bell of Inman.-S.C.; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m. today at Gray Mortuary Chapel in Pelzer. Burial: 11 a.m. Monday in Hillcrest Abbey in Savannah. Lester L. Hayman Funeral Home.

Atkins* Sr.

Freddie Atkins Sr., 93, died Thursday at Candler Hospital. He was born in Savannah and was a truck driver for Guerry Lumber Co. Surviving are six daughters, Nettie M. Williams of White Plains of N.Y., Bessie M. Maynor, Mary E. Orange and Florence A Youmans, all of Savannah, Ella M. Atkins of Clayton, Md., and Charlotte Wallace of Savannah; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren, Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home. Pearl C. It ray UVALDA Mrs. Pearl Crosby Gray, 97, died Thursday at Meadows Memorial Hospital in Vidalia after a long illness, She was born in Holmes County, Fla., and lived in Uvalda.most of her life. She was a retired kindergarten teacher and a homemaker. She was a member of the Eastern Star and was the -oldest member of the Smyrna United Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Adelene Joiner of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Doris Foskey of Tybee Island; a son, I.H. Gray Jr. of Pooler; a sister, Minnie W. Carpenter of Uvalda; 23 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral: 2 p.m. today at Smyrna United Methodist Church near Uvalda, burial in church cemetery. Ronnie L. Stewart Funeral Service in Vidalia.

Herbert C.

DOUGLAS Herbert C. Walls. 67, died Wednesday at lift General Hospital in Tifton after a short illness. He was bom in Coffee County and was a member of St. Hla Baptist Church. He was retired from the city of Douglas w i t h the light department as a meter reader after 27 years of service and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War I I . Surviving are his wife, Edna Ruth Downing Walls of Douglas; a son, Ben Walls of Douglas; a sister, Essie Bennett of Orlando, Fla ; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral was held 11 a m . Friday at St. Ilia Baptist Church, burial in St. Ilia Cemetery near Douglas Ricketson Funeral Home in Douglas.

Edward B. Kossiter, 80, died Thursday at home. He was born in Savannah. He was a retired captain with the Savannah Fire Department. He was a 1931 graduate of Benedictine Military School and a veteran of World War II . He was a member of Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church and George K. Gannam American Legion Post No. 184. Surviving arc his wife, Helen W. Rossiter of Savannah; a daughter, Catherine R. Boykin of Savannah; two sons, Edward B. Rossiter Jr. of Philadelphia and Michael J. Rossiter of Plant City, Fla.; eight grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral: 10 a.m. today at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church, burial in Catholic Cemetery. Lester L. Hayman Funeral Home Remembrances: Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church or Benedictine Military School.

America Till man

Mrs. America Till man. 78. died Thursday at Hospice of Savannah She was born in Brooklet and lived in Savannah most of her life. She was a domestic worker. Surviving are a daughter, Frances Sheppard of Savannah; a sisler, G ret tie L. Green of Brooklet: and a brother, Albert Jones of brooklet. Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home Koiinld H. l..)nvit* CHARLOTTE, N.C. Ronald H. Davis, 50, died Thursday at Gaston Memorial Hospital in Gastonia, N . C . , after n short iltness. He was born in Ridgelaml. S.C.. and was a police officer for Belmont-Abbey College in Belmont, N . C . He was a Mason and a Shriner. Surviving are his wife. Barbara Lowery Davis of Charlotte; two sons, Kenneth and H. Scott Davis, both of Charlotte; a daughter. Terry Davis of Charlotte; three sisters, Nella Robinson, Alice Cromer and Frances Jones, all of Grays, S.C.; and two grandchildren. Graveside service: 3 p.m. Sunday in Gillisonville Baptist Church Cemetery. Sauls Funeral Home in Ridgeland, S.C.

William J. Ko»Holl

. ST. SIMON'S ISLAND William Johnson "Jay" Boswell, 94. died Thursday at Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Center in Brunswick after a short illness. He was born in Greensboro and was a former resident of Waycross and Albany. He attended Davidson College and graduated from Oglethorpe University. He was elected to the Oglethorpe University Hall .of Fame in Athletics in 1980. He was ordained as Elder in the Rock Springs Presbyterian Church of Atlanta in 1940. He served as Elder of First Presbyterian Church and Covenant Presbyterian Church of Albany and Jekyll Island Presbyterian Church and a member of St. Simons Presbyterian Church. He was former president of Chehaw Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He served as president of Albany Kiwanis Club He was owner and manager of Mutual Loan and Investment Co. and Georgia Garden Center of Albany prior to his retirement. Surviving are his wife, Wilmer S. Boswell of St. Simons Island; a brother. Fred M. Boswell of Brunswick; a niece and nephew, Mrs. Elliott Steadman of Hilton Head Island, S.C., and James B. Carson of Atlanta; and several great-nieces and great-nephews. Funeral: 2 p.m. Sunday at MilesOdum Funeral Home, burial in Oakland Cemetery. Miles-Odum Funeral Home, Waycross. Remembrances: American Heart Association or Presbyterian Home of Quitman.

David L, Samuels

RINCON David L. Samuels died Friday at Effingham County Nursing Home in Springfield after an illness. He was born in the West Indies. He was a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall in Springfield. Surviving are two daughters, Daniel'a Ledgester of Rincon and Rhoda Cargill of Queens, N . Y . ; a son, Reginald Samuels of Queens, N . Y . ; three sisters, Isabell Crockett and Adassa Lindon, both of Jamaica. West Indies and Rachel Samuels of New York: three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a host of nieces and nephews; and a host of cousins and other relatives Small's Funeral Home, Guyton.

Ann H. Fox

STATESBORO Mrs. Ann H. Fox, 59, died Friday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Savannah after a short illness. She was born in Florida and lived in Statesboro the past 18 years. She was a senior secretary with the Early Childhood Education Department at Georgia Southern University. Surviving are three daughters, Meri C. Fox and Laura Goharioon, both of Atlanta, and Therese Hornsby of Statesboro; two sons, Mike Fox of Statesboro and Edward Fox of Atlanta; her mother, Gincy C. Holt of Metter; a sister, Mary White of Metter; and three grandchildren. Graveside service: 2 p.m. Sunday in Hebron Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Garfield. Hodges- Turner Funeral Home. Remembrances : charity of the donors choice.

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Hazel C. Jones

JESUP Hazel Cason Jones, 76, died Thursday at Wayne Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She was born in Ware County and lived in Wayne County the past 13 years. She was a homemaker. Surviving are a daughter, Margurite Ahern of Akron, Ohio, a sister, Adril Merrifield of Jacksonville, Fla.; five grandchildren; and a stepgrandchild. Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday at Rinehart and Sons Funeral Home, burial in Oaklawn Cemetery in Waycross.


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Carolyn L. Williams.

HOMESTEAD, Fla. Mrs. Carolyn Levalle Williams, 44, died Tuesday at South Miami Hospital after a short illness. He was born in Bulloch County and lived in Homestead for 15 years and was a member of Scarboro Grove Baptist Church in Portal . Surviving are two daughters, Barbara A Collins and" Renee Williams, both of Homestead; three sons. Rudolph Collins of Homestead, Palmer Williams Jr. and Bonnie Williams, both of Statesboro; seven sisters, Willie P. and Daisy Thomas, Florence Barfleld, Gloria A, and Betty Thomas, all of Perrine, Fla . Nina B. Frink and Lula M Busby, both of Statesboro four brothers, James Thomas of Clewiston, Fla . Willie F and Hayward Thomas, both of Fort Myers, Fla , and Sylvester Levalle of Mitlen. six grandchildren: several nieces and nephews, and several other relatives Funeral: 11 a m today at Holiness Church of Florida, burial in Richmond Park Cemetery Jay's Funeral Home, Perrine


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