Local obituary notices in Savannah, GA
Friday Jul 24 | via Cleveland Daily Banner
He was formerly employed with Bradley County Emergency Medical Services, Bradley County Sheriff's Office and was a volunteer with the Bradley County Rescue Service for many years. For more than 38 years, he worked with the Mounted Patrol. Comment?
Thursday Jul 23 | via Cleveland Daily Banner
He was formerly employed with Bradley County Emergency Medical Services and Bradley County Sheriff's Office. For more than 38 years he worked with the Mounted Patrol. Comment?
Monday Jul 20 | via Herald Gazette
Adrian Dobric, 33, passed away unexpectedly July 8, 2015. He was born Oct. 6, 1981, in Rockport to Albino and Rosemary Dobric. Comment?
Thursday Jul 16 | via Observer
Charles David Berry, age 62, of Dunkirk, N.Y., passed away on July 15, 2015 at Strong Memorial Hospital from recent health complications. He was surrounded by his children, Ben, Luke, and Marisa. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 7 | via SavannahNow
Dr. Ja A. Jahannes, who died Sunday at age 72, was a psychologist, university professor, pastor, writer, novelist, playwright, poet, librettist, music producer, spoken word artist, social critic and columnist. After earning a B.A. degree with honors from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, Jahannes earned two master's degrees from Hampton University, did postgraduate work at the College of William And Mary and received a Ph.D. from the University of Delaware. Comment?
Monday Jul 6 | via WTOC-TV Savannah
A man who not only rose to acclaim writing poems, plays, novels and music, but also touched so many lives as an educator, passed away Sunday night at the age of 72. Dr. Ja Jahannes taught for many years at Savannah State University, and also served as a minister at Abysinnia Baptist Church. Agero spoke of her husband's impactful life, influencing and inspiring so many students in the arts, in the humanities, in theater and music, and through all of the associations he was a part of. Comment?
Sunday Jul 5 | via SavannahNow
Randy Thompson Photography/ for The Savannah Morning News. Anne Allen Westbrook,a member of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, addresses the congregation at Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church during Sunday's service. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via SavannahNow
Eighteen orange ribbons were tied along the fence outside the East Henry Street church Wednesday, each a tribute to a Chatham County resident killed in gun violence this year. As the Rev. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via The Baltimore Sun
Marie L. Lerch, a homemaker who was an active member for three decades of the Maryland Colonial Society, died Sunday of a stroke at her North Homeland residence. She was 90. The daughter of Joseph A. Logan II, a civil engineer, and Marie Doolan Logan, a homemaker, the former Marie Therese Logan was born and raised in Savannah, Ga. Comment?
Jun 26, 2015 | via SavannahNow
Savannah's burgeoning running community is having a hard time dealing with the sudden death of Robert Espinoza but less difficulty describing the immense impact he made as a prolific race director and running store owner the past 13 years. "He has forever changed the landscape of the running community in Savannah and the reputation of what Savannah is in terms of a destination city for runners," his friend and frequent training partner Ernest Ledesma, 45, said Friday. Comment?
Jun 25, 2015 | via WTOC-TV Savannah
The Fleet Feet Sports Savannah family is mourning on Thursday night after the sudden passing of owner Robert Espinoza. Fleet Feet Savannah announced the news of their official Facebook page on Thursday evening. Comment?
Jun 25, 2015 | via SavannahNow
Robert Espinoza, a force in Savannah's running community as a prolific race director and as the owner/operator of Fleet Feet Savannah Sports, died Thursday, store employees confirmed. Store manager Chris Ramsey and marketing director Christine Powell confirmed Thursday night that Espinoza, 54, had died but did not disclose a cause of death. Comment?
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