You are here

Obituaries

Dr. Harve E. Rawson, 76, of Lawrenceville, Ga., died July 20, 2011. He was born in Webb City, Mo., on July 25, 1934, to Paul C. and Florence Landon Rawson. After earning a B.A. in psychology from... › MORE


Darrell Alexander Shavers Jr. died on June 30, 2011, hours before his 64th birthday. He will always be remembered as a loving father and grandfather, a caring son, a dedicated educator and... › MORE


John R. Burleigh II, a civil rights activist who had been chairman of the employment committee of the Congress of Racial Equality and retired from the city housing authority, died July 9, 2011 of... › MORE


Mitchell Bruce Stamm passed away July 9, 2011. Beloved son of Donald (deceased) and Audrey, brother of Leonard, brother-in-law of Susan, uncle of Michael and Lauren. Bachelor of Arts, Antioch... › MORE


Virginia Brown Lowe 1919-2011. Ginny was born in Brooklyn, New York, but was brought up in Westfield, New Jersey. There she was Valedictorian of her high school graduating class of 217, played... › MORE


With his death at age 89, Harts Morrison Brown leaves a legacy of family and friends whom he inspired to live passionately, to follow their dreams and to seek out new experiences, as he did. The... › MORE


Anne Milburn Huff (Antioch 1943) passed away peacefully in her home in Oakland, California, on Saturday, June 25, 2011. She was 90-years old. Anne is survived by her husband, Martin Huff (Antioch... › MORE


Gant, Charles G., 93, husband of Margo Gant, died Sept. 3, 2010, at home in Santa Ana, CA, after a brief illness. Born Sept. 24, 1916, in Tennessee, Charles served in the Navy in the South Pacific... › MORE


Mrs. Evelyn C. Messer, 80, of Atlanta, GA died on June 22, 2011. Beloved wife of the late Alfred Messer, M.D., devoted mother of Adam Messer (Diana) and David Messer (Barbara); loving grand- mother... › MORE


Dr. G. Samuel Alspach passed away June 30, 2011, at Carroll Hospital Center surrounded by family members.  George Samuel Alspach Jr. was born in New England and remained tied to its historic... › MORE


Pages