Local obituary notices in Decatur, GA
Monday Jul 27 | via On Common Ground News
While some DeKalb residents say they experienced no difficulty in using water at their home, others remained frustrated over the weekend with no water, or boiling the water they did have for necessities. The county still remains under a boil water advisory. Comment?
Friday Jul 24 | via On Common Ground News
Bus drivers have learned their routes and teachers have put their lesson plans together. It's that time of year. Comment?
Thursday Jul 23 | via Patch.com
Peggy Mentz, age 89 of Decatur GA., passed away July 20, 2015. Mrs. Mentz was preceded in death by her sisters; Hazel Chance, Rachel Haynes and Olivia Bernstein and brother, W.O. Chance. Comment?
Monday Jul 13 | via Patch.com
Mr. Stephen Carper, age 54 of Decatur, passed away on Wednesday June 10, 2015. Mr. Carper was a lifelong resident of Decatur and a member of Peace Lutheran Church. Comment?
Thursday Jul 9 | via Patch.com
Flora D. Hendrix passed away peacefully surrounded by her children on Thursday July 9, 2015 following complications from congestive heart failure. She was born March 23, 1927 in Chesterfield, South Carolina. Comment?
Jun 12, 2015 | via On Common Ground News
Steve Perry, leading national education expert, CNN and MSNBC educational contributor, will serve as the keynote speaker for Provost Academy Georgia's commencement exercises on Saturday, June 13, at 2 p.m., at Agnes Scott College's Presser Hall in Decatur. Provost Academy will graduate 155 students and nearly 60 of those students will gather from across the state to participate in the charter high school's annual commencement exercises. Comment?
Mar 6, 2015 | via On Common Ground News
Georgia Piedmont Technical College is moving ahead with plans to open its 11th educational facility in the former 50,000-square-foot Everest Institute on Wesley Chapel Road in Decatur. The two- year college's newest campus is expected to open by June, GPTC President Jabari Simama said. Comment?
Mar 5, 2015 | via On Common Ground News
The Jamaican-born Hall began her career in New York City as a teacher, principal and superintendent. After serving in top roles with the New York City and Newark, New Jersey school systems, she came to Georgia with a reputation for turning schools around. Comment?
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