Local obituary notices in Savannah, GA
Tuesday Sep 22 | via Salem News
Born Aug. 10, 1929, in Alliance, she was the daughter of the late Alfred E. and Anna Laura Krahling. Mrs. Schmid was a 1947 graduate of Sebring Mckinley High School and worked at Alliance Community Hospital as the pediatric ward secretary until her retirement in 1993. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 15 | via WTOC-TV Savannah
She was a Savannah native, and a graduate of Richard Arnold High School. After that, she mentored local, state and national leaders. Comment?
Thursday Sep 10 | via SavannahNow
Married to a man who once said his "love is pain," according to court testimony, she endured an ongoing nightmare of brutal beatings that ultimately ended in her death. The MSNBC television show "Lockup" recently featured a segment about Norman Smart, the Savannah man convicted in December 2014 of murdering Lauren Smart, his wife. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 9 | via Patch.com
She attended Severna Park High School and played for the varsity soccer team as well as a traveling team. She enjoyed the beach, snowboarding, the outdoors and recently had taken up paddle boarding. Comment?
Friday Sep 4 | via StarNewsOnline.com
THOMAS PATRICK BURN Thomas Patrick "Pat" Burn, 77, of Wilmington, NC passed away restfully on September 2, 2015 while at the Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Life Care Center. Pat "fought the long fight" and is thankfully no longer in pain and is now at peace. Comment?
Sep 3, 2015 | via WTOC-TV Savannah
That was a reality this week after a home in the Forest Hill neighborhood was broken into and torn apart on Monday. Police have since arrested 17-year-old John Bailey after discovering the guns in his home, along with stolen ammunition and electronics. Comment?
Sep 2, 2015 | via Gloversville Leader-Herald
Benjamin "Ben" Franklin Hall, 89, of Gloversville, passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 30, 2015, at Nathan Littauer Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Born April 10, 1926, in Macon, GA, he was the son of the late George and Rosa Lee Cargle Hall. Comment?
Aug 27, 2015 | via Philly.com
Amelia Boynton Robinson, 104, who helped lead the 1965 "Bloody Sunday" voting rights march and was the first black woman to run for Congress in Alabama, died Wednesday at a Montgomery hospital, surrounded by family and friends. She suffered a stroke in July. Comment?
Aug 27, 2015 | via Weirton Daily Times
ZINAICH, George Joseph, 41, of Mount Pleasant, SC, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, at Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital. Comment?
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