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George C. Busbee
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George C. Busbee, 80, of Covington, died peacefully at his home June 10. The son of the late Norman James Busbee and Carrie Lou Middlebrooks Busbee, he was born in Walton County. Mr. Busbee was a retired land surveyor and member of St. John's Baptist church, Lithonia. He enjoyed fishing and collecting clocks and loved his family dearly. Mr. Busbee is preceded in death by son James A. White.

Surviving are wife Diane Busbee of Covington; daughters and sons-in-law Diane Tollison, Patricia and Bill Faith, all of Covington, Teresa and David Chapman of Lithonia; sons and daughters-in-law Bill and Jennifer Busbee of Comer, Ricky and Susan Busbee of Duluth, Joey and Patti Busbee of Jefferson, David and Shannon Busbee of Rutledge, Paul and Mandy Busbee, Kenneth Busbee, all of Covington, Michelle White; grandchildren Stanley, Steve, Randy, Terri, Lee, Melissa, Dalton, Carrie, Jenny, Heather, Molly, Carly, Kristen, Corey, Summer, Taylor, Jordan, Maddison, Cameron, Jesse, Kyle, April, Tyler; 12 great-grandchildren and one expected; sisters and brothers-in-law Shirley and Preston Sneed, Hazel and Bill Stanley, all of Covington, Betty Jean Wiates of Memphis, Tenn.; brother and sister-in-law Tommy and Mable Busbee of Mansfield; several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. June 12 in the Access Road chapel of Caldwell & cowan with the Rev. Curtis Jackson and the Rev. Tommy dunn officiating.

The Covington News
June 13, 2008