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Russell High School
Sandra Griffin Cook of Fairburn, Georgia went to her Heavenly home on October 7, 2022. Born in Miami on September 27, 1943, she was a faithful member of Fairburn United Methodist Church where she served in the choir and as a member of the Staff-Parish Relations Committee and Altar Guild and other church related groups.
Sandi, as so many knew her, is survived by husband David. They had just celebrated 59 incredible years together! She is also survived by daughter Julia Wellborn of New York, son Bradley Cook of Canton, and son Brian Cook and wife Kristin of Newnan. Sandi leaves behind 12 grandchildren: Megan Cook, Kaylee DuPree, Mimi Wellborn, Anne Cook, Georgia Wellborn, Grant Cook, Carl Daehler, Sophia Cook, Ethan Cook, Andrew Cook, Emma Daehler, Zachary Daehler and one great grandson, Carter Fox.
Sandi was greeted in Heaven by her great-grandchild Ella Nellenback, who welcomed her with the tiniest arms, but the biggest hug!
A Celebration of Life service will be held at 2pm, 12th of November 2022 at Fairburn United Methodist Church,
5 Washington Street, Fairburn, GA 30213.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in memory of Sandra Cook to the Cure Alzheimer's Fund, Southwest Christian Care Hospice, Fairburn United Methodist Church or other charity of your choice.
William Robert “Jabo” Jolluck
November 20, 1942 ~ July 21, 2021
William R. “Jabo” Jolluck, age 78, of Hampton, Georgia, passed away Tuesday, July 20 2021, in the comfort of his home.
Jolluck was born November 20,1942, in Cleveland, Ohio to Stanley and Virginia May "Ginger" Jolluck (Allyn). Throughout his years he maintained a steadfast love of his Polish-Cleveland heritage, food and culture.
He graduated from Russell High School in East Point, Georgia in 1958 lettering in football. He later enrolled at Auburn University and played lineman for the War Eagles. He pursued his education graduating in business at Auburn and later entering service to his country as a proud United States Marine. Later, as a Veteran serving others, he was fond of the saying, “once a Marine, always a Marine.”
Jolluck led an interesting life with careers as a High School Football Coach in St. Thomas V.I., a Sales Executive with Bike and Russell sports equipment companies, US Government business entities and for the last thirty years in Law Enforcement for various Georgia Agencies including; Georgia State Police, City Market and as a Deputy in the Fulton County Sheriff’s office.
Billy was a lifelong Catholic and happiest enjoying his passions including Auburn Football, Harley Davidson motorcycles and running the HOG Club, travel, and collecting all sorts of memorabilia. Jolluck devoted his later life to Service by managing and staffing the Auburn Tigers Letterman Club and as a High School Football Referee in addition to supporting the March of Dimes and Toys for Tots every year. Perhaps his greatest joy was the many different social friends he maintained through his life. From daily check-in calls to lunch dates…you never missed an opportunity to catch up with Jabo!
In addition to his many friends, he is survived by his niece Merry (Jolluck) & husband Robert Preiditsch of Charleston, SC, niece Stephanie Jolluck and fiancé Gio of Antigua, Guatemala and nephew Michael Jolluck and wife Lindsey of Marietta, GA. Great nephews RJ Hatch, Josh Hatch and Cole Preiditsch and great nieces Bethany Hatch, Georgia Preiditsch and Addison Jolluck. His Aunt Jean Santry and First cousins Beth Hughes along with Dennis, Mary and Rob Jolluck also survive.
A funeral service will be held Friday, July 30, 2021 at 11:00 am at Conner-Westbury Funeral Home located at
1891 West McIntosh Road, Griffin, GA 30223
Please join the family and friends in honoring the life of William R. Jolluck, by visiting www.conner-westburyfuneralhome.com to post your tributes and memories.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of William Robert Jolluck, please visit our floral store.
July 30, 2021
Chapel of Conner-Westbury Funeral Home
1891 W. McIntosh Rd.
Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 11:00 am there will be a service for Mark Furbush, son of LuVera Robertson, at:
3260 Highway 16
Sharpsburg, GA 30277
It will be held in Studio 3 on the Campus, entered from the lower parking lot.
The family has requested no flowers.
Should there be additional information to be shared with LuVera's classmates and friends, we will be sure and
do so at that time. For the present LuVera's address for cards, notes and to reach out to her personally is:
1477 Bryan Avenue
East Point, GA 30344
Jesse G. Cash
March 17, 1970 - March 2, 2021
With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Jesse G. Cash of Austell, Georgia, born in East Point, Georgia, who passed away on March 2, 2021 at the age of 50. Family and friends can send flowers and condolences in memory of the loved one. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Jesse G. Cash to pay them a last tribute.
He was predeceased by : his mother Amy Lorene Garrison Cash. He is survived by : his father J. W. Cash, Jr. of East Point; his siblings, John W. "Will" Cash, III (Sandy) of Dallas and Lorene Cash Wilson (David) of Kansas City, Missouri; his nephews, Bailey Cash of Atlanta and Andrew Cash of Dallas; and his cousins, Marie Black (Allan) of Marietta, Brenda Lankford (Richie) of McDonough and Jessica Kinard of Jackson.
Visitation was held on Saturday, March 6th 2021 from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM at the Roy Davis Funeral Home (5935 Mulberry St, Austell, GA 30168). A funeral service was held on Saturday, March 6th 2021 at 2:00 PM at the same location.
WWII Veteran Receives Quilt of Valor
In honor of his World War II military service, William "Leon" Gatlin was presented a Quilt of Valor from the Victory Quilt Guild of Jackson On Wednesday at St. Georges Court. Click here for complete story.
SAVE THE DATE: March 11, 2017
What and When: March 11, 2017 -- join your fellow classmates for lunch
Where: Buckner's Family Restaurant
(Buckner's serves family style using lazy susans)
I-75 and Highway 36
Time: 11:30 am
Cost: $15.00 (Seniors) plus tax and tip; includes tea or coffee
Mr. Gatlin will be joining us and we hope a good number of classmates will be able to join us also.
We need to hear from you by Monday, March 6, 2017so we can make reservations in order for us to be seated together.
RSVP: Kay Clonts VanGeuder
See you there ...
January 16, 2017
My wife, Betty, died on Jan. 13, 2017.
Her obituary is:
Betty Cody Chatham, age 72, of Loganville, GA passed away on January 13, 2017. The memorial service will be held at 1pm on Saturday, January 21, at SouthCare Funeral Home at 2260 Old Milton Pkwy, Alpharetta, GA. Betty was born in Trion, GA on November 7, 1944. Betty was married to Douglas Chatham on September 4, 1993; they were married 23 years. Betty is survived by her husband, Doug; sister Dorothy Gilreath; stepdaughter, Amy Robinson and her husband, Chuck Robinson; grandchildren, Alexandra Peters and her husband Kevin Peters, Amanda Leili, Rebecca Leili, Dallan Elk, Jr., and Julia Elk; great-granddaughter Charlie Michele Peters; dear friends Dr. and Mrs.Paul and Jean Glouton, and many other loving friends and family members.
Betty is preceded in death by her parents, Leonard J. and Effie Mae Cody, her stepdaughter, Nique’ Leili, Mother-in-Law Gilmer Chatham, Father-in-Law Hugh Chatham, and her beloved canine companions Mack, Murphy, Abby, Daisy, and Buttercup. In lieu of flowers the family requests that contributions be made to Emory Healthcare Palliative Care Center in memory of Betty Chatham. Please make checks payable to Emory and mail to Emory Office of Gift Records, 1762 Clifton Rd. NE, Suite 1400, Atlanta, GA 30322.
Douglas M. Chatham
5413 Forest Ridge Dr.
Loganville, GA 30052
November 26, 2016
This isn't as timely as I would have liked, but it is current. I just talked with Mildred a little while ago.
Several weeks ago she fell in her driveway, and being oh so careful not to re-injure her shoulder, when she fell the opposite way she ended up breaking her leg in two places and her hip in two places. So for a while we will know exactly where she is and exactly how to reach her!
Her information is below, and as long as she is not in therapy or otherwise being 'detained', she
can get to her cell phone. When we just talked she was waiting to be put back to bed because
she cannot lift the leg on her own. BUT! She is still trying to figure out a way to get to the lunch
so don't be surprised if she shows up even if she is being carried in by somebody.
I know the Class will reach out to her with cards and calls, and as she 'tells me stuff' I'll send it
on out to all of us.
Here is the address for Mildred: Laurel Park At Henry Medical, 1050 Hospital Drive, Stockbridge, GA 30281.
Mildred's cell# 404-644-6050
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