Local obituary notices in Savannah, GA
Tuesday Dec 16 | via SouthCoastToday.com
Theodore T. Ambadgis, Jr. of Bluffton, SC, formerly of New Bedford, MA ran his final furlong on December 13, 2014 in Savannah, GA. Teddy was born September 13, 1946 in Pittsburg, CA. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 9 | via Pocono Record
Now you can talk about food, pick up a magazine and read about food or watch a televised food a show, just about any time you want to, said Christopher Kimball, host and creator of "America's Test Kitchen," shown on PBS. Julia Child first entered American's livingrooms in 1963. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Times Herald-Record
Janice Rennison DePace of Forestburgh, a retired telephone operator for AT&T died Thursday, December 4, 2014 at the Orange Regional Medical Center in Middletown. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via Baxley News-Banner
Keith was born February 1, 2002 in Summerville, SC and attended Isle of Hope Elementary and Myers Middle School and loved playing basketball. Comment?
Sunday Nov 30 | via SavannahNow
Bernice suffered a personal loss a year ago on Thanksgiving Day when her grown daughter died. While her death was heartbreaking, Bernice didn't have time to mourn. Comment?
Sunday Nov 30 | via Dayton Daily News
News Death Notice CAYWOOD, Craig Pearce 66, of Savannah, Georgia, made his transition to Spirit on Wednesday morning, November 26, 2014. Born in Dayton, Ohio, on September 29, 1948, he was a son of the late Ralph Harlan Caywood and the late Mary Magdaline Jollay Caywood. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 26 | via SavannahNow
As we go through life, we meet new people nearly everyday. Some may become friends, some just acquaintances and some we may never see again. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 26 | via WMBF
A Dillon soldier was killed in a military-related accident, while on duty, at Fort Stewart in Savannah, GA. Comment?
Thursday Nov 20 | via Connect Savannah
Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police are investigating the death of an 11-year-old boy who died after being struck by an SUV Wednesday morning. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 19 | via SavannahNow
ON MONDAY, Metro Police Chief Jack Lumpkin warned that unless the community stopped looking the other way on gun violence, more innocent people would die in a hail of bullets. Slightly more than 24 hours after the chief uttered those prophetic words in the wake of a blood-spattered weekend, 2-year-old Kiaja Smalls was shot and killed in an apartment on Hampstead Avenue, a residential pocket that's just south of DeRenne Avenue and west of White Bluff Road. Comment?
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