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Ledger-Enquirer from Columbus, Georgia • A4

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www.ledger-enquirer.comA4 Thursday, sepTember 9, 2010obituAries CANTRELL, Margaret Arp, 75, LaGrange, died Monday. Funeral service: 2:30 p.m. today, Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, LaGrange. CHAPMAN, William 65, Phenix City, died Wednesday. Graveside service: 10 a.m.

Saturday, Lakeview Memory Gardens, Phenix City. Vance Memorial Chapel, Phenix City. CHESTNUT, Marvin 77, Junction City, died Tuesday. Funeral service: 10 a.m. Friday, Goodard-McLeighton Funeral Home, Reynolds, Ga.

DAVIS, Martha Slappey, 89, Newport Richey, formerly of Phenix City, died Aug. 12. North Meadowlawn Funeral Home, Newport Richey. GARRETT, Commie Lee, 98, Richland, died Sept. 1.

Funeral service: 2 p.m. Saturday, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Preston, Ga. T.V. Williams Funeral Home, Richland. GETTER, Will George, 60, Fayetteville, N.C., died Aug.

25. Funeral service: 1 p.m. Friday, T.V. Williams Funeral Home, Richland, Ga. HICKS, Mamie, 68, Phenix City, died Tuesday.

Taylor Funeral Home, Phenix City. JACKSON, David Heath, 25, Columbus, died Tuesday. Funeral service: 4 p.m. Friday, Evangel Temple Assembly of God, Columbus. McMullen Funeral Home, Columbus.

JACKSON, Freddie, Cleveland, formerly of Hatchechubbee, died Monday. H.M. Martin Funeral Home, Cleveland. KNOX, Rush E. 83, Lanett, died Tuesday.

Graveside service: 3 p.m. today, Resthaven Cemetery. Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home, Valley, Ala. LIVELY, Margaret 82, Columbus, died Tuesday. Graveside service: 1 p.m.

Friday, Main Post Cemetery, Fort Benning. Striffler- Hamby Mortuary, Columbus. LUKE, Lillie 72, Columbus, died Wednesday. Taylor Funeral Home, Phenix City. PITTMAN, Tyeneshia, 29, Columbus, died Monday.

Taylor Funeral Home, Phenix City. THOMPSON, Lucy Hodges, 89, Columbus, died Tuesday. Graveside service: 11 a.m. Saturday, Brownwood Cemetery, Sandersville, Ga. May Smith Funeral Home, Sandersville.

For a list of death notices from the past week, visit and click on the link. LOCaL area deaThs Frankie Mae Lewis April 15, 1945 September 2, 2010 PHENIX CITY, Mrs. Frankie Mae Lewis, 65, 101 10th Ave South Apt. 70-B Phenix City, AL 36867, passed away Setember 2, 2010 at Columbus Regional Hospital. Funeral Services will be held 1:00 p.m.

EST Friday, September 10 at New Hope Baptist Church, Holy Trinity, AL, Rev. H.C. McGruder, Pastor, officiating. Burial will follow at the church cemetery. Visitation will be today from 1-8 p.m.

EST. Mrs. Lewis was born April 15, 1945 in Ft. Mitchell, AL to the late Frank and Cora Wat- son. She was a domestic worker.

She was a member of New Hope Baptist Church and a member of its choir. Mrs. Lewis is survived by a niece, Carrie LaGrand, Phenix City, Alabama, uncle, Homer Elias, Ft. Mitchell, Alabama, and a host of other relatives and friends. Alexandria Lynne Lewis October 15, 2005 August 30, 2010 ANN ARBOR, Alexandria Lynne Lewis, daughter of Donna Doleman Lewis and Alonzo Todd Lewis, 8830 Lakeway Court Ypsilanti, MI 48197 was born October 15, 2005 and went to be with the Lord on Monday, August 30, 2010 at Mott Hospital in Ann Arbor Michigan.

She attended school at Go Like The Wind Montessori School in Ann Arbor. She enjoyed Church at Word of Faith International Christian Center where her parents are members. Her favorite songs were This Little Light of Mine and I have the Joy Down In My Heart. Alexandria loved dolphins, horses, dogs, and music. She loved playing with her brother AJ and his dogs; she also enjoyed singing and dancing; she loved to ride her bike and go swimming.

In December 2009, she was a recipient of the Michigan Make-A-Wish foundation and her wish was to go to Disney World to see the princesses. She was able to go to a the luncheon and take pictures with Belle, Tiana, Ariel, Snow White, and Cinderella. Her question was, this how they look when they are She really enjoyed Disney and enjoyed staying at Kids the World In the village she was happy that the ice cream store was open everyday until 10pm, She liked getting pizza deliv- ered to her cottage at any time day or night, and She looked forward to the party that Mayor Clayton, the Rabbit) hosted every afternoon in the village. But, her favorite activity was horseback riding. She had an amazing week! Survivors other than her parents include her brother, Alonzo Todd Lewis, whom she loved, admired and relied upon.

Whenever they were apart, she wanted to bring him a surprise and he wanted to bring her a surprise as well. Maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Veola Porter of Columbus, GA. Her maternal grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs.

Dan Doleman, also of Columbus, GA, paternal grandparents, Dr. Vera Ruth Ann Lewis and the late Mr. Alonzo Lewis, Novi, MI, aunts Ms. Danita Doleman, Washington, DC, Mrs. Kristin(Robert) Reedus, Houston, TX, uncle Mr.

Brian Lewis, Augusta, GA, cousins Morgan Reedus, Robert Reedus, Houston, TX, Shane Floyd, Shawna Floyd, Washington, great aunts, great uncles, Aunt Mrs. Melany (Shun) Reynolds, Atlanta, GA, and several other relatives. Funeral Services were held Saturday Septem- ber 4, 12 Noon at the Nie Family Funeral Home, Liberty Road Chapel, 3767 West Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI 48103, Minister Michael Tucker Word of Faith International Christian Cen- ter, Southfield, MI officiating. You may donate to organiza- tions that are special to Alexandria and the Lewis Family. Information on each follows: Arthritis Foundation, Michigan Chapter, A special fund has been established in memory of Alexandria through chapter of the Arthritis Foun- dation.

This fund is called the Alexandria Lynne Lewis Memo- rial Scholarship Fund. This fund will be used to enable chil- dren with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis and other Rheumatic diseases to attend Camp Dakota, a week-long traditional yet unique camp experience for kids whose medical needs and medications make them ineligible for other camps. Alexandria had not reached the first grade and was not able to attend Camp Dakota. Mail donations to: Arthritis Foundation, Michi- gan Chapter, 1050 Wilshire, Suite 302, Troy, MI 48084, Phone: (248)649-2891, Give Kids the World Foundation, During the stay in Orlando, accommoda- tions were provided by Give Kids The World (GKTW). GKTW is a non-profit organization that exists only to fulfill the wishes and create memorable experiences for children with life-threatening illnesses.

Mail donations to: Give Kids The world, 210 South Bass Kissimmee, FL 34746, Online donations can be made at: Steven Randall Harrison December 3, 1957 September 7, 2010 ELLERSLIE, Steven Ran- dall Harrison, 52, of Ellerslie, GA died Tuesday September 7, 2010 at Columbus Regional Hospital. Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Friday Sep- tember 10, 2010 at Striffler- Hamby Mortuary, 4071 Macon Road Columbus, GA 31907 with burial in Parkhill Cemetery. Reverend Tim Long will officiate.

The family will receive friends today from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Harrison was born December 3, 1957 in Colum- bus, GA son of the late Alvie Lee Harrsion and Ora Nell Meadows Harrison of Eller- slie, Ga. He was an installer with the Elevator Service Company with 18 years of ser- vice and had lived in Colum- bus all his life.

Survivors include his moth- er, Ora Nell Harrison, and his sister, Jeanne Sensing and her husband, Mike all of Ellerslie, GA. For condolences and flow- ers visit Judith M. McDonell July 31, 1942 September 5, 2010 COLUMBUS, Judith M. McDonell, 68 of Columbus died Sunday, September 5, 2010 at St. Francis Hospital.

A reception will be held from 5:30 till 7:30 PM, Thursday, September 9, 2010 at her home, 7795 Edgewater Dr. Columbus, GA, according to McMullen Funeral Home, 3874 Gentian Colum- bus, GA. Mrs. McDonell was born July 31, 1942 in West Palm Beach, FL daughter of the late Ruth Raulerson McNeece and Richard McNeece. She was a bookkeeper for PDS and other contractors.

Survivors include her hus- band Bruce A. McDonell of Columbus, GA; son, Mark McDonell and wife Noel of Tampa, FL; brother, Richard McNeece and wife Mary of Grand Rapids, MI and grand- daughter, Grace McDonell of Tampa, FL. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to World Wildlife Fund, donor at (Me- morial donations). Those who wish may sign the online guest registry at www.mcmullenfuneralhome.- com Mary Lois Haggerty Scott September 3, 2010 SAN ANTONIO, Mary Lois Haggerty Scott, known for her strong spirit and open inviting smile passed to the sweet hereafter Friday Sep- tember 3, 2010 after a long ill- ness. She was 86 years old.

She is leaving behind a leg- acy of love and kindness after blessing her friends and fam- ily in so many ways especially her talents in the kitchen and garden. Her children fondly remember her as one who tended to the needs of others and the special love she felt for all children. She is known for always saying and never knew a stranger. She was born to William and Lola Haggerty in Dadev- ille, Alabama and was the last surviving child of 16 chil- dren. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Homer Lucas Scott.

She is survived by her cher- ished children Michael, Tere- sa, Gary, Neal, Truby, Cathy, Petra, Joyce, grandchildren Nathan, Mary Hannah, Alli- son, David, Chandler, Christi, great granddaughter Jenna, beloved niece and nephew Corene and Ronald and her adored pet companion Mag- gie. She loved God, her fam- ily and friends tenderly, sweetly and absolutely. She was a member of Oak Hills Presbyterian Church in San Antonio TX. and recently a resident of Morn- ingside Manor in San Antonio. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 p.m.

Friday Sep- tember 10th in the Chapel of Striffler-Hamby Mortuary 4071 Macon Road Columbus, Georgia, 31907, she will be laid to rest in Parkhill Ceme- tery. The family will receive friends Friday from 11:00 a.m. until service time. A memorial service will be held in San Antonio in October. She will be missed and loved by all whose lives she touched.

Condolences may be offered at David Heath Jackson March 19, 1985 September 7, 2010 COLUMBUS, David Jackson, 25, of Columbus, GA died Tuesday, September 7, 2010 at his resi- dence. Funeral services will be held 4 p.m. Friday, September 10, 2010 at Evangel Temple Assembly of God Church 5350 Veterans Parkway Columbus, GA 31904 with Reverend Paul Thomas officiating. A private interment will be held in Parkhill Cemetery. The family will receive friends Thursday evening from 5 to 7 p.m.

at McMullen Funeral Home 3874 Gentian Blvd. Colum- bus, GA 31907 and also after the funeral service at the church. Heath was born March 19, 1985 in Columbus, GA son of John David Jackson (Vickie McNabb) of Columbus, GA and Angela Yarbrough Idel (Peter) of Newnan, GA. He worked as a Disk Jockey for WBOJ 88.5 FM. He was a member of Evangel Temple Assembly of God.

He was a leader for Young Life and also a Teen Advisor. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Claud Jackson. Survivors other than his parents include his sister, Hannah Elizabeth Jackson of Columbus, GA, brother, John Hunter Jackson (Kelly) and their children, Kylie, Kameron and Kennedy all of Columbus, GA, maternal grandparents, Willie and Hul- dah Boyd Yarbrough, Sr. of Phenix City, AL, paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Spence Jackson of Columbus, GA, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to WBOJ PMB Broadcasting 1820 Wynnton Rd.

Columbus, GA 31907. Those who wish may sign the on-line guest registry at www.mcmullenfuneralhome.- com DeAths elsewhere Virginia philanthropist, billionaire John Kluge dies CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. John Kluge who built an investment in a radio station into the Metro- media broadcasting empire, has died. He was 95. The University of Virgin- ia says Kluge died Tuesday at his home near Charlot- tesville.

Forbes ranked Kluge as the richest man in America from 1989 to 1991 with a net worth of more than $5 billion. He was 35th on the list in 2009. Rupert Murdoch bought sev- en TV stations from Metro- media in 1985, enabling him to form the Fox television network. Kluge was born in Germa- ny and immigrated as a child. He got into the radio business after World War II.

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