Macon Obituaries

Macon Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Macon, GA

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  • Yesterday | via St. Petersburg Times 

    Georgia TV anchor slips at top of North Carolina wat...

    A Georgia television news anchor, Taylor Terrell of 41NBC in Macon, Ga., was killed Thursday after she was swept over a waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest near Asheville, N.C. Terrell's death is the second recently in the Pisgah National Forest, a 500,000 acre wildlife area south of Asheville, N.C., according to the Forest Service. Last Saturday, a man jumped off the top of Elk River Falls in the same forest.


  • Friday Jul 22 | via 

    Obituaries, July 23, 2016

    Funeral Services for Mr. Andre David Bond, III of Durham, NC. will be conducted on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. from the Bethel Tabernacle United Holy Church and the Interment will follow in the Glennview Memorial Gardens, the family will meet with their friends one hour before the funeral service.


  • Thursday Jul 21 | via WECT-TV Wilmington 

    News anchor dies in fall from NC waterfall

    Taylor Terrell, an anchor at a Macon, Ga. TV station WMGT, died after the fatal 185-foot plunge, according to the TV station.


  • Wednesday Jul 20 | via The Review 

    Evelyn Brown

    Born May 15, 1930, in Tifton, Georgia, she was a resident of Alliance for more than 50 years. She was married to the late Macon Brown and was a member of Second Baptist Church.


  • Tuesday Jul 12 | via KLZZ-FM Saint Cloud 

    Rock's Most Famous Graves

    The above gallery of rock's most famous graves shows the final resting places of some of rock 'n' roll's best-known performers. The first thing you'll notice is that entirely too many of these legendary musicians died at far too young of an age.


  • Wednesday Jul 6 | via Alabama Live 

    Allman Brothers 'At Fillmore East': The best live al...

    Jim Marshall shot the iconic "At Fillmore East" album cover photo of the Allman Brothers Band leaning up against their road cases. The black-and-white image captured the band, which to that point had been scowling their way through the shoot, in laughter moments after guitarist Duane had run across the street to meet his dealer.