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VALDOSTA — Linda Sue Spicer, 68, of Nashville, Ga., died Monday, July 28, 2014, at SGMC Berrien Campus. She was born Feb. 17, 1946, in Mitchell County to the late C.B. Mims and the late Cora Mae Dawson. She was a homemaker and a member of New Life ... (Valdosta Daily Times)
Berrien St., Nashville, GA 31639; Brushy Creek Baptist Church, 430 Brushy Creek Road, Sparks, GA 31647; or Hospice of Tiftarea, 101-4 W 8th Street, Tifton, GA 31794 Lovein Funeral Home, Nashville. (The Tifton Gazette)
Dixie Carter Thomas Wilson, age 72, passed away at Alive Hospice Center, Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday, July 21, 2014. Born June 9, 1942, in Oakland, Kentucky, she lived in Haralson County, Georgia, and worked as a secretary and bank teller until ... (Times-Georgian)
He was born and raised in Nashville, Tenn., and was a 1955 graduate of Vanderbilt ... sons Charles M. McDaniel Jr. of Atlanta, Ga., and David G. McDaniel and Robert P. McDaniel, both of Orlando, Fla.; his brothers, Matthew Fontaine McDaniel and Allen ... (New Jersey Hills)
In 1985 Georgia and Cotton moved to Nashville, Tenn. where they started their own independent record label, Levy Crest Music, Inc. They eventually moved west settling in Phoenix, Ariz. for a few years before retiring and returning home to Blythe in 1997 to ... (Palo Verde Valley Times)
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