November19

Mrs. Gladys Thomas Clark

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Funeral services for Mrs. Gladys T. Clark of Southerfield Rd. Americus, Georgia will be held on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 1:00 P.M. at Bethesda Baptist Church with Rev. Hosie Waters officiating. Burial will follow at Staley Memorial Gardens.

Mrs. Gladys L. Bryson Clark was the youngest of four children born to Major and Mattie Bryson on July 3, 1921 in Americus, GA.  She was educated in the Americus public school system and graduated from A. S. Staley High School.  She continued her education by attending Albany State College where she was a basketball player.  After graduating from Albany State, she began her teaching career in Plains, Georgia. She was also the Girls Basketball Coach. Later, Mrs. Clark started teaching in the Americus School System.  Most of us remember her from her time at Eastview on the 5th Grade wing and teaching in the Reading Lab.  While employed as a teacher, she also received her Masters from Atlanta University.  Mrs. Clark retired after over thirty years as an educator, then taught Adult Education for nine years.

Mrs. Clark was active in many community organizations around Americus. The Ministers Wives and Widows Organization was near and dear to her heart.  She was happy to give her time and resources to help the community and city. Sister Clark was a lifelong member of Bethesda Baptist Church, where she was very active until her health started to fail. 

Mrs. Clark passed away peacefully on November 19, 2017 at the Phoebe-Sumter Medical Center in Americus, Georgia. She was preceded in death by her sisters: Annie L. Weaver and Emma Woodbury, two brothers: King Bryson and T. C. Bryson, and her husband the Rev. E. L. Clark.

She is survived by a host of nieces, nephews and cousins who loved and appreciated having her in their lives.

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November15

Mr. Roy Lee Robinson

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November12

Mr. Daniel L Ford

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Funeral services for Mr. Daniel L. Ford of Montezuma, Georgia will be held on Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 12:00 Noon at Felton Chapel Church, 189 Hawk Circle in Oglethorpe, Georgia.

Daniel Louis Ford was born December 9, 1965 to the late Lee Willie Ford and Betty B. Ford Wiggins. Daniel was a servant of the Macon County Community. He attended the public schools of Macon County. He was employed at Mulcoa then at Dixie Queen for years. Then he became self-employed until he became ill. Daniel was known for riding his bike all over the Macon County area and keeping a smile on his face at all times as he served the community.

Daniel Louis Ford passed away on Sunday, November 12, 2017. He was preceded in death by his sister LaKeisha M. Ford.

Cherished memories are left in the hearts of his companion Ruby McDonald of Montezuma, Georgia; five sisters: Florene F. Mickey (Charles) of Powder Springs, Georgia, Mae R. Ford (Tony) of Ellaville, Georgia, Betty F. Griffin (Morris) of Warner Robins, Georgia, Beverly L. Ford (William) and Latonya Ford of Miami Florida; two brothers: Rondy O. Ford (Mishanda) and Lee W. Ford (Diana) of Miami, Florida; two uncles: Eddie L. Griffin of Atlanta, Georgia and Gary L. Griffin of Augusta, Georgia; six aunts: Annie K. White (Michael) of Ellenwood, Georgia, Christie A. Darity (Walter) of Montezuma, Georgia, Helen Kemp of Butler, Georgia, Sandra Kendrick of Garden Valley, Georgia, Rosetta F. Riley of Oglethorpe, Georgia and Fannie Mae  Ford of Minnesota; a special daughter, Tina McDonald; a special friend, Camille Bielby; a special friend who was like a brother, Roy Neal Walker; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 

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November12

Ms. Annie Ruth Greene

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Funeral services for Ms. Annie Ruth Greene of Americus, GA will be held on Friday, November 17, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at Allen Chapel A.M.E. on Bumphead Rd. in Americus, GA with Reverend Sterling Vereen officiating. Burial will follow at the Eastview Cemetery

On December 24, 1945 Monroe Greene and Elizabeth Greene Perry welcomed a beautiful baby girl into this world that they chose to name Annie Ruth Greene.  Annie was a mild-mannered soft spoken person that loved people.  She did not let her handicap stop her. Annie enjoyed watching her favorite TV shows with her sister Zelda every day. There are so many special and wonderful memories with Annie that will forever be in our hearts. Everyone that loved Annie called her Ruth. On Sunday, November 12, 2017, Ruth departed this life at the Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in Americus, GA.  Ruth is preceded in death by her father, Monroe Greene, and mother Elizabeth Greene Perry.

Cherished memories are left in the hearts of her loving daughter, Mrs.  Annie Bernice Reese (Johnny) of Americus, GA., her sisters: Ms. Gladys G. Hopkins, of Americus, GA, Ms. Fannie M. Waller, Zelda M. Perry and Doris A. Perry all of Decatur, GA; her brothers: Mr. Willie R. Perry and Joseph Perry both of Decatur, GA; grandchildren: Sharon Searcy, LaShonda Waymon (Chauncy), Warner Robins, GA, Jermonica Durham, Americus, GA and William Durham of Warner Robins, GA; thirteen great grandchildren; devoted nieces: Stephanie H. Robinson of Panama Beach, FL, Leticelia H. Godfrey of Jonesboro, GA, Stacey Perry and Tamika Brown both of Decatur, GA, Tebreshia & Brittany Perry of Decatur, GA and nephews Corey Brown, Stabion Perry of Decatur, GA, and Charles M. Hopkins of Jonesboro, GA; a host of many sorrowing cousins and friends to include her devoted caregiver, Mrs. Stacey M. Gordon and Her Buddy Otis Reese of Pelham, GA.

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November10

Mrs. Carolyn Elizabeth Cannon

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 Mrs. Carolyn Elizabeth Cannon of Americus, Georgia passed away peacefully on Friday, November 10, 2017 at the Phoebe-Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, Georgia. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at Friendship Baptist Church with Rev. Dr. H.C. Wilson officiating. Burial will follow at the Eastview Cemetery.

Carolyn Elizabeth Cannon was born on January 6, 1950 in Sumter County, Georgia to the late Rev. Ulysses Brown and the late Willie Mae Josey Brown.

She leaves to mourn her passing her three children: Yana Tameika Cannon and Shaquitta Renae Cannon both of Americus, Georgia and Aquinas Deon Cannon of Atlanta, Georgia; one sister, Martha Lynn Brown-Durham of Americus, Georgia; three grandchildren and a host other relatives and friends also survive.

 

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November06

Mrs. Edna Mae Morgan Sims

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Funeral services for Mrs. Edna Mae Morgan Sims age 90 of Americus, Georgia will be held on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. at the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia with Elder James Lundy officiating. Burial will follow at the church cemetery.

Mrs. Edna Mae Morgan Sims was born in Sumter County, Georgia on April 18, 1927 to the late Willie Frank Morgan and the late Alberta Black Morgan. As a child she attended the Ward Chapter Baptist Church School. She was married to the late Ulysses “Gant” Sims. Edna moved to Miami, FL where she lived and worked for over 60 years. She moved back to Americus 12 years ago to be close to her family, she also joined the Bethlehem Baptist Church. Edna died peacefully on Monday, November 6, 2017 at the Magnolia Manor Nursing Center. She was preceded in death by three children: Mildred Pinder, Eddie Sims and Norman Sims; eight siblings: Zeke Morgan, Ossie Lee Morgan, Marie Style, Mary Ella Brown, Willie Frank Morgan, Alma Louise Cox and Dorothy Solomon. 

She leaves to cherish her memory, her children Betty McGarrah of Atlanta, GA, Ulysses Sims, Jr., Stella (Charlie) Ford, Gloria Sims, Diane Sims and Jerry Sims all of Americus, GA, Antonia Sims and Edna (Terry) Hills all of Miami, FL; three siblings: Fannie Mae Sheffield, Charlie Morgan and Ralph Morgan all of Americus, GA; two sisters-in-law: Jurlene Morgan and Lady B. Sims both of Americus, GA; two brothers-in-law: Eddie Sims of Albany, GA and Johnnie Cox of Orlando, FL; twenty-four grandchildren, fifty great grandchildren and five great, great grandchildren. A host of other relatives and friends also survive