Ms. Angela Maria Garner was born in 1960, in Trinidad, West Indies, the daughter of Violet and Samuel Garner. She passed away June 24. Ms. Garner attended Newtown High School, Queens, N.Y., and the City College of New York. As a young woman, she taught religious instruction to the children at the St. Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church in East Elmhurst, N.Y. She was married to Lloyd (Lamon) Ivey on May 25, 1992, in Las Vegas.
Mr. John B. Little Jr., 77, of Conyers died peacefully June 26, at Emory Gentiva Hospice. He was preceded in death by his mother Sara Bernice Baker Little of Conyers, his father John B. Little Sr., of Cornelia, and his son John Barry Little III of Covington.
Mr. Alfred Chandler Schmalz, 88, passed away June 23 in Conyers. Born in Dedham, Mass., he was preceded in death by his parents Edith Young and Alfred Schmalz, his sister Nancy Schmalz Barlow, and his first wife Jane Isaac Schmalz.
Mrs. Lorene Darby Rollins, 99, of Covington passed away June 10, at Riverside Health Care Center. Mrs. Rollins loved playing cards and will be remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to many.
Ms. Sally "Sandy" Anne King Pitts, 69, of Conyers, passed away peacefully at her home, June 17. She lived life to the fullest the past two years despite the recurrence of cancer. Ms. Pitts was a faithful member of The Church of the Good Shepherd, where she actively participated with the Daughters of the King and Altar Guild. She also served as a Lector, Vestry member and Lay Eucharist Minister. Recently, in 2012, she completed the Education for Ministry program with The University of the South School of Theology.
Mrs. Jean Conner Davenport, age 83, a lifelong resident of Newton County passed away Friday, June 14, 2013 at Abbey Hospice in Social Circle. She was born June 13, 1930 in Covington, Georgia to the late Glen and Lottie Reynolds Conner. Mrs. Davenport started her career at an early age moving to Atlanta and living with her Aunt and Uncle for five years while she worked at Sears and then she returned home to Newton County and started her career with Life of Georgia that would span over 35 years. A woman of strong faith and a true Christian in ...