Celebration of Life and Homegoing Services
Betty J. Mallett, of Covington, passed away January 10, 2014, at the age of 82. A homemaker and mother of three, she loved her family dearly. She volunteered with the Hospital Auxiliary and was involved with the Women's Club and PTA. She enjoyed amateur art and gardening. Mrs. Mallett was preceded in death by her parents, William T. and Lelia (Harrison) Martin; and brothers, Wayne H. Martin and James Martin.
Marshalene Cromer Love, of Covington, died Thursday, January 9, 2014, at Piedmont Hospital. She was born June 1, 1937, in Royston, Ga., to Jim and Gertrude Cromer.
Maxine Kendrick, 77, of Decatur died May 5 of Cancer at Social Circle Rehabilitation Center. She was a member of Decatur First United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Freda Rose Bailey died April 20. the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred (Emily Henry) Rose, she was born in Brandon Hill, Clarendon, Jamaica, West Indies in 1931. Raised and educated in Jamaica, Mrs. Bailey was an active member of the East Queens Street Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband Mr. Lloyd Bailey. Mrs. Bailey was very proud of her only child, her daughter Sonia. Mrs. Bailey was a very sweet, loving, nurturing and caring mother who was very supportive of her daughter, encouraging her to get a good education. In 2001 Mrs ...
Mrs. Vera Weaver Fletcher died April 21 in Walton County. The daughter of the late John Henry and Nina Weaver, she was born in 1934 in Newton County. She was raised and educated in Newton County, graduating from Washington Street High School in 1954. Mrs. Fletcher joined Early Hope Baptist Church where she served on the Usher Board and Mother Board and was president of the Program Committee. She married Mr. Eugene Fletcher in 1957. They had two sons whom she adored. Combining an impeccable work ethic with intelligence and hard work, Mrs. Fletcher was a valued employee of Hercules ...
Kathleen Edna Davis
Kathleen Edna Davis
Mr. Herman "Pipe" Cobb Jr. of Covington, died April 9. The son of Mrs. Mildred Belcher sims and the late Herman Cobb Sr., he was born in Newton County in 1955. Mr. Cobb was a graduate of Newton County High School and a member of James Paschal Baptist church. Following in the footsteps of his daddy, Mr. Cobb entered the grading business at an early age. He was a heavy equipment operator for Sims Excavating Inc. Mr. Cobb was fun outgoing, talkative and a genuine friend. He knew no strangers. In his free time he enjoyed drag racing, wrestling, football ...