Mr. Rogelio Martinez Zavala

Mr. Rogelio Martinez Zavala was born in Isabela, Puerto Rico on January 1, 1928 to the parents of the late Mr. Marcos M. Feliciano and the late Mrs. Felicita Zavala Feliciano. He received his education in Isabela, Puerto Rico. He was employed as a custodian for the Gulf Stream Golf Course in Delray Beach, Florida. He also enjoyed and loved gardening.

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Dr. Angeli Sharon Smith

Dr. Angeli Sharon Smith was born in Schley County, Georgia on September 30, 1953 to the parentage of the late Mr. Charles Smith and the late Mrs. Rosa Greene Smith Thompson. She attended elementary school in Schley County with her mother as her teacher. Upon graduating from John Lewis High School, she matriculated to Fort Valley State College, where she received a B.S. in Elementary Education.

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Mr. Morris Hines Daniels

Mr. Morris Hines Daniels was in Sumter County, Georgia on December 17, 1943 to the parentage of the late Mr. Arthur Floyd Daniels and the late Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas Daniels. He received his education in the public schools of Sumter County. For over (30) thirty years, he worked at Israel Farms. A brother, Mr. Willie James Daniels precedes him in death. He leaves to cherish his memories, two sons, Mr. Morris H. Daniels, Jr. and Mr. Frederick (Teresa) Daniels all of Americus, GA;

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Mrs. Annie Mae Hunt Smith

Mrs. Annie Mae Hunt Smith was born in Sumter County, Georgia on December 20, 1948 to the late Mr. Wilson Hunt and the late Mrs. Louise Frederick Hunt. She received her education in the Sumter County System, graduating from Sumter County High School in1967. She furthered her education at Georgia Southwestern College, studying Early Childhood Education and also at South Georgia Technical College

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Mr. James Wilson

Mr. James Wilson was born in Sumter County, Georgia on August 5, 1955 to the parentage of the late Mr. Governor Wilson and the late Mrs. Lillie Mae Biggins Wilson. He grew up in Plains, Georgia with his family and many friends. He received his education in the public schools of Sumter County. He was a 1975 graduate of Plains High School. He was a member of Union Oak Grove Baptist Church.

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Mr. George Angry affectionately known as Chicken George

Mr. George Angry affectionately known as “Chicken George” was born May 19, 1959 in Dawson GA. to the late Charlie and Ruth Angry. He was educated in the Sumter County School System. George worked for the City of Americus for 20 years and West Mortuary for 8 years. He enjoyed being under the “Big Tree” hanging with his buddies. He also loved to fish and dance. George was loved by many but on Wednesday 29, 2017, God decided he needed him more. He passed peacefully at home surrounded his lovely family. He was preceded in death by two brothers: Charlie Angry Jr. and Willie C. Angry.

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Ms. Alma White, affectionately known as Dunnie

Ms. Alma White, affectionately known as “Dunnie” to those who loved her, was born May 27, 1934 to the late Charles and Tassie Lee White. At an early age she joined Friendship Baptist Church in DeSoto, GA. She lived a great portion of her adult life in Detroit Michigan surrounded by family. She later moved to Americus, GA to become a faithful caregiver for her oldest sister whom she preceded in death.

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Mr. Lynn Edward Bowens

Mr. Lynn Edward Bowens was born on October 27, 1960 in Americus, Georgia to the late Mary Bowens and the late Eli Stewart. He was employed for several years with the Americus Housing Authority. Mr. Bowens died on Friday, March 24, 2017 at Phoebe-Sumter Medical Center. Left to cherish his memories are his son Anthony Lawson; two sisters: Queen Bowens and fiancée Jerryel Battle and Tracey Stewart; his grandmother, Mattie Bowens of Hartford, CT; eight aunts: Rosa (Horace) Smith of Bainbridge, GA,

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Korneal Markeas Barker affectionately known as Kash

Korneal Markeas Barker affectionately known as “Kash” was born on March 22, 2011 in Sumter County, Georgia to Keandra Lusane (Christopher) and Cornelius Barker Sr. He was educated in the Sumter and Bibb County School Systems. Kash graduated from Pre-K at Sandy’s Sandbox and was a kindergarten student at Riley Elementary School. Kash’s life would seem short to many, but those who were touched by him understood that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives.

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Thomas Edward Mack, (better known as Nunk)

His Humble Beginning Thomas Edward Mack, (better known as Nunk) was born January 30, 1952 in the countryside of Smithville, GA. Thomas was one of seven children born to Annie Mae Mack and Fletcher Mack. His Education/Schooling Thomas received his early education in Sumter County Public Schools and later attended Roosevelt Institute in Warm Springs, GA where he received training in Tailoring men clothe.

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Mr. Oscar Trice

Mr. Oscar Trice, son of the late Henry Louis Trice, Sr. and Mrs. Irene Grant Trice, was born June 5, 1948 in Sumter County, Georgia. Oscar was educated in the Sumter County Public School System. One of his greatest joys was being with his family and friends. On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, God called Oscar to his heavenly home. Preceding him in death were his grandparents Hilton Grant, Fronnie Grant, Ace Trice, and Rachel Trice; his brothers, Willie Trice and Henry Louis Trice, Jr.

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Clifford Tommie

Clifford Tommie, son of the late Clayton Jones and the late Lauzie Lee Tommie was born August 5, 1942 in Plains, Georgia. Mr. Tommie passed away at. He was preceded in death by his sister, May Lee Smith, his brother Wilbert Jones and his son, Wesley Floyd. He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife of fifty-four years, Mattie Mae Tommie of Americus, GA; two brothers: Clayton (Gayla) Jones of Lantana, FL and Charles Jones

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Mr. Jeremy Jerome Sims

Mr. Jeremy Jerome Sims BORN during the mid evening hours of Thursday, October 26, 1989, the oldest son/child of Deacon Jerome and Sis Rosemary Sims created much joy and happiness as he entered this world at Sumter Regional Hospital in Americus (Sumter County) Georgia. He was named Jeremy Jerome Sims in honor of his father and was affectionately called “JJ”.

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