Mr. King McCray

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Funeral services for Mr. King McCray of Brinson Street Americus, Georgia will be held on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at the Marthanna Living Way of Christ with Pastor Lem Wright officiating. Burial will follow at the Church Cemetery.


Mr. King McCray was born on July 4, 1940 in Lee County, Georgia to the late Willie Lou and Howard McCray, Sr. He was educated at the Cheokee School. At the age of sixteen he moved to Florida and later moved to Zion IL. In 1973 he moved back home to Georgia and was employed for several years as a truck driver for Underwood Trucking. Mr. McCray died on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at his home. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Johnny Will McCray.


He is survived by a son, Terrance Walker of Americus, GA and a step-daughter Cassandra Walker also of Americus, GA; seven brother & sisters: Howard McCray, James & Dorothy McCray all of Leslie, GA, Arthur Lee McCray of Desoto, GA, Raymond & Cynthia McCray and Annie Ruth Thomas all of Americus, GA, Mary Lou Davis of Smithville, GA and Joel & Iris Hall of Pensacola, FL; A devoted nephew Gregory Daniels of Americus, GA; six grandchildren: Markita Walker, Jarvis Brown, Kourdrick Whitehead, Tywun Jackson, Ny’Keria Walker and Jaheim Walton; his extended family, the Walker family and a host of other relatives and friends also survive.








Mr. Richard Law, Jr.

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Funeral services for Mr. Richard Law, Jr. of Perry Georgia formerly of Montezuma, Georgia will be held on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 2:00 P.M. at the New Hope Baptist Church. Burial will follow in the church cemetery


Mr. Richard Law, Jr. was born on May 23, 1950, in Macon County, Montezuma, Georgia to Mary L. Cromer and the late Richard Law, Sr.  He grew up in Macon County, Georgia and was educated in the public school system of Macon County. Richard attended Flint River Farm School, and later moved to Rochester, NY, where he furthered his education. He was a member of the Red Devil Motorcycle Club.


At an early age, Richard joined New Hope Baptist Church, Montezuma, Georgia, under the leadership of Reverend D.L. Terry. In July of 2004 he was employed with Allen’s Canning Company as a forklift operator. On October 3, 2003 he was united in holy matrimony to Anner Pearl Ellis. He was a very faithful, dedicated and devoted husband.


Mr. Law departed this earthly life on Thursday, November 22, 2012 at his residence in Perry, Georgia with his family by his bedside. There is a joy beyond all bonds of sorrow. There is hope beyond all grief and tears. There is a place that is found in that tomorrow and hope of that eternal life, we shall beckon beyond the years.


He leaves to cherish his sweet and loving memories a loving and devoted wife  of nine years,  Anner Pearl Law, whom he loved and cherished dearly; his mother, Mary L. Cromer of Detroit, Michigan;  his children: Ricky Law of Atlanta, Georgia, Eric Law (Lisa) of Fort Valley, Georgia, Ulonda L. Reese (Jason) of Montezuma, Georgia and their mother, Evangelist Barbara Law; his grandchildren: Tahj Reese and Alysia Law of Montezuma, Georgia and Eric Law, Jr. of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; brothers: Larry Darnell Cromer of Atlanta, Georgia and James Cromer of Rochester, New York; Godfather, Robert (Mildred) Ladd of Montezuma, Georgia; uncle, George Law of Oglethorpe, Georgia; aunts: Carol Cromer of Detroit, Michigan and  Erma Hankerson of Oglethorpe, Georgia;  a loving and caring Spiritual Sister, Ms. Betty J. Stephens; stepchildren: Tara Ellis, Tawanda Ellis and Michael Joiner all of Perry, Georgia;  very dear friends: Curtis Sanders of Fort Valley, Georgia, Rance Kendrick of Oglethorpe, Georgia and Virgil Williams of Fort Valley, Georgia; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and sorrowing friends.




Infant Kieran D'Marion High

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Graveside services for Infant Kieran D’Marion High will be held on Friday, November 30, 2012 at 12 Noon at the Eastview Cemetery in Americus, Georgia with Rev. George F. Monts officiating.


Infant Kieran D’Marion High was born in Cobb County, Georgia on November, 20, 2012 to Ms. Kallafia High and Detereayas Fulks. God called Kieran home to be His little angel on Tuesday, November, 20 2012 at Wellstar Health System in Cobb County, Georgia.


In addition to his parents, he leaves behind his grandparents, Laytrina & Rodney Brown and Tyris & Tonya High; great grandparents: Saverne & John Clemons, Sr., and Betty Adams & Willie Pace; great, great grandmother, Rosa Mae Clemons; uncles: John Clemons, Jr., Minkah Clemons, Nadnari Brown, Roy High and Tommy High; aunts: Tanika High, Tyria High and Kelly High.  A host of other relatives and friends also survive.



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Mrs. Fannie Mae Johnson

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Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Mae Johnson age 91 of Americus, Georgia will be held on Friday, November 16, 2012 at 12:00 Noon at the Andersonville National Cemetery with Pastor Tony Thompson officiating.

Mrs. Fannie Mae James Johnson, “Grand Mae” as she was affectionately called, was born on December 17, 1920 in Plains, Georgia to the late Mrs. Willie James and the late Mr. Frank “Pat” James. On February 16, 1941 she married the love of her life, Mr. George Johnson. They were blessed with a beautiful daughter Willie Mae Brown.

Mrs. Johnson was a faithful member of the St. John A.M.E. Church in Plains, Georgia until her health failed. She was also a member of the International Benevolent Society. “Ms. Fannie” was a kind and loving caregiver to her entire family and will truly be missed.

She was preceded in death by her husband George Johnson; her daughter Willie Mae Brown and son-in-law, Joseph Brown; four sisters: Mrs. Lulean Laster, Mrs. Ruth Woods, Mrs. Thelma Johnson and Mrs. Katie B. Cottle and twobrothers: Joseph James and Felton James. Mrs. Johnson died on Monday, November 12, 2012 at Doctor’s Hospice of Georgia in Fayetteville, Georgia.

She leaves to cherish her memory her three devoted grandchildren: Yolanda Brown of Jonesboro, Georgia, Felicia (Corey) Brown-Parker of Covington, Georgia and George Patrick Brown of Americus, Georgia; a loving sister, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth White of Americus, Georgia; two great grandchildren: Markel Cobb of Jonesboro, Georgia and Jordan Parker of Covington Georgia; a host of other relatives and friends. 





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Mrs. Ossie Lee Little

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Funeral Services for Mrs. Ossie Lee Little of Forest Park Road Americus, Georgia will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2012 at 11:00 A.M. at the Lebanon Baptist Church in Plains Georgia. Burial will follow at the Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Little died on Sunday, November 4, 2012 at her home. 

Mrs. Ossie Lee Dodson Little, affectionately called “Mrs. Sis”, was born in Sumter County, Georgia on July 16, 1926 to the late Arthur and Irene Small Dodson. At an early age, she joined the Mt. Salem Baptist Church. She served there faithfully as President of the Missionary Board and Vice President of the Pastor’s Aide Club until her health failed. She was a homemaker in Sumter County who enjoyed going to church and tending to her flowers and her chickens. She was married to the late Johnny Little. Two daughters, Mrs. Ernestine Dice and Ms. Johnnie Mae Littlepreceded her in death. Mrs. Little passed away on Sunday, November 4, 2012 at her home.


Left to cherish her memory are five sons: Mr. John (Marilyn) Ware, Mr. Milton (Kim) Little both of Americus, GA, Mr. Melvin (Bertha) Little, Deacon John (Irene) Little both of Plains, GA and Mr. Willie (Jane) Ware of Albany, GA; one daughter, Mrs. Marie (Jimmy) Thomas of Rochester, NY; two brothers: Deacon James (Lillie) Dodson of Gainesville, FL and Mr. Willie James Gibson of Washington, DC; one aunt, Mrs. Annie Bell Chambers of Americus, GA; thirty-one  grandchildren, three of whom she reared as her own: Mr. Jerome (Renee) Ware of Monroe, NC, Mr. Clifford (Sharon) Ware of Columbus, GA, and her caregiver, Ms. Geraldine Ware of Plains, GA; thirty-seven great grandchildren including a devoted great granddaughter who was her caregiver, Ms. Yolynda Brown of Plains, GA; eight great-great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends also survive including devoted friends Mrs. Rosa Angry, Mrs. Letha McCoy, Mrs. Christine Gardner, Mrs. Bertha Williams, Mrs. Emma Sue Sims and Mrs. Rosa Mae Solomon all of Americus, GA.





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