Miscellaneous Lamar County, Georgia Obituaries
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Oscar Crummie Jr.
Oscar Crummie Jr., 66, of Barnesville died Friday, Oct. 1, 1999 at Upson Regional Medical Center in Thomaston.
A native of Social Circle, Mr. Crummie was born April 30, 1933 to the late Oscar Curtis and Eva Eulala Allen Crummie Sr. He moved to Thomaston as a child. During the Korean War he served with the Army in Germany, where he met his wife. They returned to Thomaston and moved to Barnesville in 1969. He was a shift foreman for General Tire, retiring from its Aldora division in March 1996.
Survivors include his wife, Renate Crummie of Barnesville; four sons, Fredrick M. Crummie and Eric F. Crummie, both of Barnesville, George W. Crummie of Tuscumbia, Ala., and Rollo J. Crummie of Powder Springs; a sister, Irma C. Boor of Milton, Fla.; two brothers, Willie Crummie of Thomaston and Eugene Crummie of Marietta; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Services were held Monday, Oct. 4, 1999 at Pasley-Fletcher Funeral Home. Rev. Teddy Hardeman officiated. Burial was in South View Cemetery in Thomaston.

Charles Edwin Lambdin Jr.
Charles Edwin Lambdin Jr. of Orange, Texas, died Saturday, Oct. 2, 1999 of a heart attack.
Mr. Lambdin was the son of the late Charles and Elanor Lambdin and was the brother of the late William Lambdin of Barnesville. He was born in Atlanta on March 24, 1926. He served in the European theater in World War II, winning the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Purple Heart and Bronze Star. He graduated from the University of Georgia in 1949 and worked for B.F. Goodrich in Avon Lake, Ohio, and Texaco Research in Port Arthur, Texas. He was a member of the Lion's Club and was active in the United Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife Mary Anne Lambdin; and his daughter, Jeanne Ellen Lambdin of Austin, Texas.
Tentative graveside services, following the funeral in Texas, are scheduled for Friday, Oct. 8, 1999 at Greenwood Cemetery in Barnesville.
Haisten-Martin Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements.

Dorothy Andrews Milner
Dorothy Ann Andrews Milner, 70, of Barnesville died Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999 at Upson Regional Medical Center in Thomaston.
A Monroe County native, Mrs. Milner was the daughter of the late J. Herman and Nannie Wood Andrews. She was a member of First Baptist Church and was a homemaker.
Survivors include her husband, Earl Milner of Barnesville; two sons, Michael Cauthen and Andy Cauthen, both of Barnesville; a daughter, Nancy Gunn Wadley; a stepdaughter, Marcelle Shellnutt Windham of New Hampshire; two brothers, Joseph H. Andrews Jr. of Lithia, Fla., and David Andrews of Barnesville; four grandchildren and a great grandchild.
Services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 5, 1999 at 2 p.m. in Barnesville First Baptist Church. Revs. Garth Forster and Norm Daugherty will officiate. Burial will be in Lamar Memory Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church building fund or Disabled Veterans of America.
Haisten-Martin Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Jennie Worthy Greene
Jennie Mae Worthy Greene died Sunday, Feb. 20, 2000 at Upson Regional Medical Center in Thomaston.
A Barnesville native, Mrs. Green was born Dec. 27, 1927 to the late Joe and Sallie Worthy and was the widow of Charlie W. Greene, whom she married Feb. 28, 1949. She was a longtime member of East Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Barnesville.
Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Cynthia Greene-Edmond and Robert Edmond of Burnsville, Minn.; a son and daughter-in-law, Anthony and Leitha Greene of St. Louis, Mo.; six sisters and a brother-in-law, Inez Watts, Ocie Lee Fletcher and Lucille Holloway, all of Barnesville; Maybell and Willie Thomas Perdue and Charlie Maude Willis of Alexandra, and Jessie Pearl White of Detroit, Mich.; a brother, Johnny Roy Russell of Barnesville; two sisters-in-law, Marjorie Norman of Barnesville and Allie Mae Russell of Milner; eight grandchildren, Eric, Cheryl, Deshandra, Pamella, April, Auburn and Paris; two great-grandchildren, Myka and Daedra; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Services were held Thursday, Feb. 24 at East Mount Sinai Baptist Church. Rev. Jimmy Lyons officiated. Burial was in O'Neal Cemetery.
Hamm's Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Annette Beadie Hammock
Annette Beadie Hammock, 53, of Conley died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2000 at South Fulton Hospital.
An Upson County native, Miss Hammock was a salesperson with Ethan Allen Furniture.
Survivors include her parents, Lillian Hammock of Thomaston and Gary Hammock of Phoenix, Ariz., and three brothers, Joe Hammock and Neil Hammock of Thomaston and Lloyd Hammock of Barnesville.
Services were held Friday, Feb. 25 at Coggins Funeral Home in Thomaston. Rev. Jimmy Grier officiated. Burial was in Crystal Hill Cemetery in Thomaston.

Cecil R. Haywood
Cecil R. "Red" Haywood, 84, of Barnesville died Thursday, Feb. 24, 2000 at Monroe County Hospital in Forsyth.
Mr. Haywood was a member of Barnesville First Baptist Church and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He worked for many years for the Department of Transportation.
Survivors include a number of nieces, nephews and cousins.
Services were held Sunday, Feb. 27 at Haisten-Martin Funeral Home. Rev. Garth Forster officiated. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery.

Helen Giles Howard
Helen Giles Howard, 93, of Winder, formerly of Barnesville, died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2000.
A Barrow County native, Mrs. Howard was the daughter of the late Otho and Addiline Bagwell Giles. She a member of First Baptist Church since 1936.
Survivors include her husband, Clay Howard of Winder; son, Jim Howard of Callman, Ala.; daughter and son-in-law, Jean Howard and Bob Wortman of Winder; a sister, Hazel Lafitte of Savannah; and two grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday, Feb. 26 in Smith Funeral Home in Winder. Rev. John Talley officiated. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Building Fund.

Maude Heath McBroom
Maude Heath Eason McBroom, 88, of Barnesville died Thursday, Feb. 24, 2000 at Upson Regional Medical Center in Thomaston.
A Bartow County native, Mrs. McBroom was the daughter of the late Edgar Lee and Josephine Kiser Heath and was the widow of George L. McBroom and Melvin Eason. She was a homemaker and was a charter member of Church of the Lord Jesus Christ in Barnesville.
Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Marvin Lee and Elizabeth Eason of Jackson and Robert A. and Memphis Eason of Milstead; two daughters and sons-in-law, Louise Easton and David Grisham of Harrison, Tenn., and Carol Eason and Edward Griffin of Barnesville; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Martin Heath and Clarence and Ruby Heath, all of Cartersville; two sisters-in-law, Willie Pearl Heath of Cartersville and Martha Lucille McBroom of Barnesville; four brothers and sisters-in-law, Aaron and Mervin Eason of Thomaston; W.T. and Jean McBroom and Bernard and Ann McBroom, all of Barnesville, and Ralph and Ethel McBroom of Fayetteville; eight grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, six great-great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Services were held Saturday, Feb. 26 at the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ. Revs. Perry Pace, Hubert Hammond and Chuck Tatum officiated. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery.
Haisten-Martin Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Norman D. Peterson Sr.
Norman D. Peterson Sr. of Milner died Friday, Jan. 28, 2000 in Ames, Iowa.
He was predeceased by his father, a son and grandson.
Survivors include his wife Dorothy Sue Peterson; four children, Norman G. Peterson Jr. and Shelly Todd, both of Fayetteville; Shawn E. Peterson of Barnesville and Sherry Olson of Norcross; five stepchildren, James Dean Collett of Alabama, Johnny Lee Collett of Sparta, Timothy Wayne Collett of Lansing, Mich., Carolyn Sue Norton of Marietta and Deborah Joyce West of Greenville, S.C.; mother, Lida P. Boutwell Peterson; six brothers, Robert Peterson of Waterloo, Iowa, Arlan Peterson of Aurora, Neb., Lary Peterson of Lincoln, Neb., Ronnie Peterson, Dennis Peterson of Webster City, Iowa and Kenth Peterson of Iowa Falls, Iowa; six sisters, Lynn Fisher of Hampton, Iowa, Joanie Hammond of Eldora, Iowa, Sally Bakke and Phillis Bakke, both of Iowa Falls, Lori of Waucoma, Iowa, and Reneé Trienen of Malone, Wis.; 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Robert Jefferson Thompson
Robert Jefferson "Bobby" Thompson, 76, of Thomaston died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2000 at an Atlanta medical center.
A native of Thomaston and lifelong resident of Upson County, Mr. Thompson was a loom technician retired from B.F. Goodrich. He was a member of New Harmony Baptist Church and was a World War II Navy veteran.
Survivors include his wife, Carolyn Thompson of Thomaston; a son, Jeffrey Thompson of Thomaston; daughter, Janice Adams of Thomaston; five brothers, Charles Thompson, Jimmy Thompson and Moses Thompson, all of Barnesville, Hugh Thompson of Thomaston and Junior Thompson of Phenix City, Ala.; five sisters, Martha Gibson of Thomaston and Sara Hearn, Linda Walker and Joyce Waller, all of Barnesville, and Betty Wilson of Milner; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Services were held Friday, Feb. 25 at New Harmony Baptist Church in Thomaston. Revs. Darnell Teal and Junior Thompson officiated. Burial was in Upson Memorial Gardens.
Coggins Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Windy Barber Wyatt
Windy Rena Barber Wyatt, 33, of Barnesville died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2000.
Survivors include her parents, Mildred Barber of Barnesville and Earnest Barber of Cleveland, Ohio.
Services were held Saturday, Feb. 26 at Sardis Baptist Church in Barnesville. Revs. W.K. Richardson, Claude A. Franklin and Sandy Allen Jr. officiated.
Bentley and Sons Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Jack Basil Bishop
Jack Basil Bishop, 73, of Day Road, Meansville died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000 at his residence.
A native of Lanford Station, S.C., Mr. Bishop retired from the Air Force after 20 years of service as a master sargeant, then worked 10 years with Penetryn Pipe and 12 years at the Thomaston Mills Pike Division in Zebulon.
Survivors include his wife, Ellen Emerson Bishop of Meansville; four sons, Wayne Bishop of Alpharetta, Randall Davis of Clymer, N.Y., Richard Davis of Ashville, N.Y., and Mike Wilson of Hampton; a daughter, Denise Donelson of Panama, N.Y., a brother, Donald Bishop of Griffin; three sisters, Martha Radcliff of Thomaston, Jan Williams of Barnesville and Sylvia Wright of Woodbury; and eight grandchildren.
Services were held Friday, Aug. 18 at Coggins Funeral Home in Thomaston. Burial was in Southview Cemetery. Rev. Durell Tharpe officiated. 

Helen Christina Lawrence
Helen Christina Ross Lawrence, 81, formerly of Barnesville, died Thursday, Aug. 10, 2000 at Hillsdale Manor in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
Mrs. Lawrence was the widow of James Keith Lawrence.
Survivors include her daughter Martha; son and daughter-in-law Tom and Ruth Lawrence of Whitby, Ontario, Canada; brother and sister-in-law, Chester and Margaret Ross; grandson Jordan; and close friends John Orton and Floyd and Leslie Wood and their daughters Jenna and Robyn.
There were no services.
Memorials may be made to the Durham Region Cancer Centre of Lakeridge Health in Oshawa, c/o Oshawa Funeral Service, 847 King St., W., Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, L1J2L4; or the Barnes-ville Humane Society at the United Bank Barnesville branch.

Sara Wilson Evans
Sara Imogene “Gene” Wilson Evans, 73, of Carleeta Street, Barnesville, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000 at her residence after a lengthy illness.
A Lamar County native, Mrs. Evans was born April 28, 1927 to the late Cornel Lane and Bessie Lois Matthews Wilson. She lived in Barnesville all her life and was a homemaker. She was a member of Union Primitive Baptist Church.

William Douglas Perkins
William Douglas Perkins, 73, of Hemphill Road, Griffin, died Saturday, Aug. 12, 2000 at Christian Ministries Hospice.
A lifelong resident of Pike County, Mr. Perkins was the son of the late Charles Arthur and Bertha Harris Perkins and was preceded in death by a sister, Hazel Whitted. He was a carpenter.
Survivors include his wife, Margaret G. Perkins; four daughters and sons-in-law, Cathy and Jerry Grant of Griffin; Deborah and Mitchell Vaughn and Susie Shaw and Terry Howard, all of Pike County, Connie and James Moore of Butts County; three sons and daughters-in-law, Wayne Perkins and Kerri Castle and Bobby Perkins and Tracy Cobb, all of Pike County, and Neal and Tracy Perkins of Cobb County; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Carrie and Marvin Johnson and Marie and Freddie Buffington, all of Milner; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Harris Perkins of Zebulon, Charles and Geneva Perkins of Ellijay and Olin and Sue Perkins of Milner; 10 grandchildren, a great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews.
Services were held Monday, Aug. 14 at McCullough Funeral Home in Griffin. Rev. Gene Maddox and Dr. Steve Stewart officiated. Burial was in Westwood Gardens.

Jesse Clyde Walker-Lyons
Jesse Clyde Walker-Lyons,67, died Friday, July 21, 2000 at the Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon.
A Lamar County native, Mrs. Walker-Lyons was born Sept. 17, 1932 to the late Elma and James Walker Sr. and was the widow of Charles Lyons. She was educated in the Lamar County school system and was a member of Sardis Baptist Church. She cooked for many years at the Pastime Grill.
Survivors include four daughters and sons-in-law, Shirley and Samuel Smith, Mary and Otis Middlebrooks and Brenda and Charles Adams, all of Barnesville, and Odesa and Fred Henley of Griffin; a brother and sister-in-law, James and Rose Walker of Luthersville; a sister and brother-in-law, Florence and Joe Clements of Barnesville; 13 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and a host of in-laws, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Services were held Wednesday, July 26 at Sardis Baptist Church. Revs. C. Franklin and A. Birts officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Bentley and Sons Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Walter James Worthy
Walter James Worthy, 50, of Barnesville died Thursday, Aug. 17, 2000.
Survivors include an uncle who raised him as a son, deacon John L. Worthy of Barnesville; and seven brothers and sisters and their spouses, Samuel and Gertrude World and Sandra and Ronnie Jones, all of Barnesville, Harold and Gloria World of North Carolina, Charles and Rose World Jr. and Marie Dixon, all of Griffin, Oscar World of California and Rev. Russell and Sabrina World of Milner; and three children.
Services were held Sunday, Aug. 20 at Holy Grove Church of the Living God. Burial was in the church cemetery. Elder Jeffery Grover officiated.
Bentley and Sons Funeral Home in Barnesville had charge of arrangements.

Virginia H. Leverett
Virginia Harrell Leverett, 84, died Friday, Aug. 18, 2000 in Albany.
A Monroe County native, Mrs. Leverett was the daughter of the late John E. and Effie Partridge Harrell and was the widow of H.P. Leverett. A resident of Barnesville for most of her life, she retired from the William Carter Company after 30 years of service. She was a member of Barnesville First Baptist Church until moving to Albany to live with her niece Rita Fackler.
Survivors include several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22 at Barnesville First Baptist church. Rev. Garth Forster will officiate. Burial will be in Lamar Memory Gardens.
Haisten-Martin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

John W. Estes
John Wesley Estes, 88, of Sims Street, Barnesville, died Friday, Aug. 18, 2000, at Heritage Inn Nursing Home.
A native of Meriwether County, Mr. Estes was the son of the late Walter and Donnie Lee Walker Estes. A member of Midway Baptist Church since 1947, he was a retired automobile mechanic and a lifetime member of the American Legion. He was also a member of the Georgia Trappers Association, National Trappers Association and Fur Takers of America.
Survivors include his brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Rudolph “Dock” and Bernice Knight; a nephew, Rudy Knight; three nieces, Valinda Smith, Annette Swatts and Jackie Hyder; and two greatnieces, Shelley and Christy Knight.
Services were held Monday, Aug. 21 in Midway Baptist Church. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. Rev. Todd Aaron officiated.
Haisten-Martin Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Mary Rose Hamrick Cato
Mary Rose Hamrick Cato, 85, of Highway Street, Thomaston, died Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2000 at Providence Nursing Care Center.
A Pike County native, Mrs. Cato lived most of her life in Thomaston. She was a spooler for the B.F. Goodrich Company before retirement and was a member of East Thomaston Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Grady Cato of Thomaston; two stepsons, Larry Cato of Abbeville, S.C., and Ronnie Cato of Thom-aston; six grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, six nieces and three nephews including William Hamrick Jr., Vivian Jamerson, Virginia Carr and Shirley Dawson, all of Barnesville; and two sisters-in-law including Bertha Edwards of Barnesville.
Services were held Thursday, Aug. 31 at East Thomaston Baptist Church. Revs. Joey Smith and T.P. Hadley officiated. Burial was in Upson Memorial Gardens.
Coggins Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. 

Sarah Florence Davis Greer
Sarah Florence Davis Greer, 76, of Washington, D.C., formerly of Barnesville, died Friday Sept. 15, 2000.
A Fulton County native, Mrs. Greer was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Grady Lee Davis and the widow of George B. Greer of Barnesville. She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church in Barnesville, having taught Sunday School, Acteens and pre-school for many years as well as being involved in other church organizations. She was also a past member of the Barnesville Women’s Club.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Christine G. Ehrenberg of Fort Washington, Md., and Kelley G. Turner of Barnesville; a son, Bill Greer of Concord, N.C.; four grandchildren, Joshua A. Ehrenberg of Pensacola, Amy Ehrenberg of Fort Washington, Savannah and Marleigh Turner both of Barnesville and two great-grandchildren, Matthew and Sebastian Ehrenberg, both of Pensacola.
Services were held Monday, Sept. 18 at First Baptist Church. Rev. Garth Forster officiated. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery in Barnesville.
Haisten-Martin Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Maybelle Cleo Miller
Maybelle Cleo Miller, 91, of Van Buren Road, Barnesville died Thursday, Sept. 14, 2000 at her residence after a long illness.
A native of Rhea, Tenn., Mrs. Miller was the daughter of the late Arthur W. and Minnie Mae Wright Jordan and was the widow of Joseph Hawkin Miller. She was preceded in death by her daughter Shirley Long and sons Norman Miller and Joe Miller. She was a member of Midway Baptist Church for about 18 years and was a homemaker.
Survivors include two daughters, Susie Curtsell of Walton Creek, Calif., and Peggy Kislinger of Mukilteo, Wash.; two sisters, MildredFrazier and Willie Mae Sullivan, both of Graysville, Tenn.; 11 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Services were held Saturday, Sept. 16 at Lamar Memory Gardens. Rev. Franklin Gibson officiated.
Haisten-Martin Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Willie James Mitchell
Willie James "Mitch" Mitchell, 39, of Railroad Street, Molena, died Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2000.
Mr. Mitchell was a 1980 graduate of Pike County High School, where he played football. He was a member of White Plain Baptist Church and was an employee of Thomaston Mills.
Survivors include his wife of 18 years, Mary Helen Harris Mitchell of Molena; three children, Dexter Mitchell, Kolmethia Mitchell and Corderiol Mitchell, all of Molena; mother, Mary Catherine Mitchell of Molena; six sisters and brothers and their spouses, Mary and Rev. Edgar Lamar, Shirleylisa Mitchell and Johnny Cash Mitchell, all of Molena, Opail and Darrell Alexander of Williamson, Charles and Melinda Mitchell and John Horace and Bell Wellmaker, all of Barnesville; father-in-law, John Willie Harris of Atlanta; mother-in-law, Mary E. Harris of Thomaston; and eight sisters- and brothers-in-law, Nart and Gene Beckham of Molena, Louann and Ulysses Kendrick and Anthony Harris, all of Thomaston, and Laura and Gary Williams and John Willie Harris Jr., all of Atlanta.
Services were held Saturday, Sept. 16 at White Plains Baptist 

Paul Wayne Perkins
Paul Wayne Perkins, 29, of Atlanta Street, Barnesville, died Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2000 at Upson Regional Medical Center in Thomaston.
A Spalding County native, Mr. Perkins was preceded in death by his grandparents Mamie and Cecil Perkins and Leon and Jewell Jackson. He was a supervisor at Southern Textile.
Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Pat and Mike Sullivan of Griffin; father and stepmother, Fred and Rita Perkins of Griffin; two sisters, Heather Bunn and Crystal Sullivan, both of Griffin; a brother, Cody Sullivan of Griffin; three stepsisters, Cathy Peters, Nickey Sullivan and Christina Bell; a stepbrother, Michael Sullivan; and a nephew, Daniel Bunn.
Services were held Saturday, Sept. 16 at McCullough Funeral Home in Griffin. Rev. Mike Oliver officiated. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery.

Lewis A. Reagan
Lewis A. Reagan, 75, of Genny Lane, Griffin, died Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2000 at his residence.
A native of Porterdale, Mr. Reagan was the son of the late Elex Steven and Edna Bell Turner. He was a painter for Moore Chevrolet in Barnesville.
Survivors include two sons, Richard Reagan and Lewis Randall Reagan Sr., both of Griffin; two brothers, Buck Reagan of Griffin and Barton Reagan of Americus; a sister, Betty Ruth Reagan of Americus; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services were held Friday, Sept. 15 in Haisten-Martin Funeral Home. Rev. Franklin Gibson officiated. Burial was private.

Jean Fowler Stallings
Jean Fowler Stallings, 73, of Kendall Road, Yatesville died Saturday, Sept. 16, 2000 at Providence Health Care in Thomaston.
A Yatesville native, Mrs. Stallings was born Sept. 14, 1927 to the late William C. and Ethel Corley Fowler. She was a retired textile inspector with the William Carter Company and was a member of Yatesville Baptist Church.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Gayle and Terry McLendon of Jonesboro; a son and daughter-in-law, Buddy and Lettie Stallings of Yatesville; two sisters, Sallie Tripp and Thelma Stallings, both of Yatesville; and two grandchildren, Craig McLendon and Jennifer McLendon, both of Jonesboro.
Services were held Monday, Sept. 18 at Yatesville Baptist Church. Rev. Steve Maguire and Louis Lashley officiated. Burial was in New Hope Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Yatesville.
Memorials may be made to Yatesville Baptist Church.
Pasley-Fletcher Funeral Home in Thomaston had charge of arrangements.


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