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Gause Funeral Home Inc

625 South Holland Parkway
Bartow, FL 33830
(863) 533-9084
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Whidden-Mclean Funeral Home

650 E. Main Street
Bartow, FL 33830
(863) 533-8123
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Obituary: David Maxwell Miller - Plant City Observer

Monday, February 27, 2017

Catherine, and began farming. He later worked at Mississippi Chemical for 10 years, and then at CF Industries for 31 years with assignments in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Tampa and Bartow. He retired in 1998. His professional success was accompanied by a remarkable commitment to Plant City’s welfare. His service and generosity to his community improved the quality of life for everyone and will leave a positive imprint for many years to come. He served on several boards and committees with an expertise in fundraising and civic projects, including First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce, Plant City Rotary Club, Greater Tampa YMCA, South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation, Hillsborough Community College and the Florida Strawberry Festival. He was a man of God, serving as deacon and elder at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City. His accomplishments were too vast to list, but he was the type of citizen people would turn to if they needed something done successfully. He enjoyed church, helping others, mentoring, working and yard work. He will be missed by many. He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Emma Martin Pitts Miller; sister, Elizabeth Drummond, of Plant City; grandchildren, John Lewis Meng Jr. (Jennifer), of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Amanda Adams Kinderman, of Tampa; great-grandsons, John Lewis “Tripp” Meng III and Tucker David Meng, of Baton Rouge; sons-in-law, John Men...

Dalton-Whitfield NAACP preparing for fun-filled week - The Daily Citizen

Monday, February 20, 2017

Rev. King."Continuing unity in the community" is the theme for this year's NAACP banquet set for Friday at the Mack Gaston Community Center. The Rev. W.E. Coombs, president of the Bartow County NAACP, is the guest speaker. The banquet is from 6 to 8 p.m.Simmons said he encourages everyone to come "support their local NAACP branch.""It helps the branch in funding work for the NAACP in their community," he said. "It also helps to get people informed about the types of things we do to bring about unity in the community."Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students and are available at the community center and Willis Funeral Home or from any executive committee member. Dinner will be served and NAACP members will honor college-bound students. Simmons is asking for names of students who have been accepted to college and awarded an athletic or academic scholarship."We're going to recognize and present them to the community," he said.Names can be submitted to Simmons by calling (706) 463-0842.Also, in conjunction with Black History Month, the NAACP is hosting Youth Night at the Emery Center at 110 W. Emery St. on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. The event is free, but donations to the Emery Center will be accepted. There will be food, fellowship, tours, arts and crafts, games and the opportunity to learn about black history.Saturday will conclude the week with a Black History Basketball Challenge and talent show, both at the community center.The basketball challenge is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature te...

In Memory: Carla Sue Boston Adams, 71 - Patch.com

Monday, September 12, 2016

Parnick Jennings Funeral Home & Cremation Services.--- Mrs. Carla Sue Boston Adams, age 71, of Cartersville, passed away on Monday, Sept. 5, 2016 at Wellstar Cobb Hospital. A native of Bartow County, she was born on Jan. 28, 1945, the daughter of the late Louie J. Boston and Melow Barrett Boston. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her only child, Madison William (Matt) Adams who died on December 1, 1986 at the age of 15, who was her only angel son in this walk of life. She was also preceded in death by her sisters; Gladys Evans, Daisy B. Howell; her brother, David Boston; her mother-in-law and father-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. George Adams; her sister-in-law, Sheila Adams; her special aunts, Alice Barrett Croy and Martha Boston Cline; her special grandmother, Leila Barrett and special friend, Nancy Mitchell Whitley. She is survived by her husband, Madison William (Dub) Adams of 47 years to whom she was married on May 17, 1969, at Friendship Baptist Church, where she is a member; her siblings, Mae Boston of Cartersville, Linda and Johnny Leachman of Euharlee; a brother, Lee and Robin Boston of Resaca; her uncles, Reverend Jerry and Betty Boston of Kingston, Ellis and Nancy Boston of Rome and Gar...

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Obituary: David Maxwell Miller - Plant City Observer

Monday, February 27, 2017

Catherine, and began farming. He later worked at Mississippi Chemical for 10 years, and then at CF Industries for 31 years with assignments in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Tampa and Bartow. He retired in 1998. His professional success was accompanied by a remarkable commitment to Plant City’s welfare. His service and generosity to his community improved the quality of life for everyone and will leave a positive imprint for many years to come. He served on several boards and committees with an expertise in fundraising and civic projects, including First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce, Plant City Rotary Club, Greater Tampa YMCA, South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation, Hillsborough Community College and the Florida Strawberry Festival. He was a man of God, serving as deacon and elder at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City. His accomplishments were too vast to list, but he was the type of citizen people would turn to if they needed something done successfully. He enjoyed church, helping others, mentoring, working and yard work. He will be missed by many. He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Emma Martin Pitts Miller; sister, Elizabeth Drummond, of Plant City; grandchildren, John Lewis Meng Jr. (Jennifer), of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Amanda Adams Kinderman, of Tampa; great-grandsons, John Lewis “Tripp” Meng III and Tucker David Meng, of Baton Rouge; sons-in-law, John Men...

Dalton-Whitfield NAACP preparing for fun-filled week - The Daily Citizen

Monday, February 20, 2017

Rev. King."Continuing unity in the community" is the theme for this year's NAACP banquet set for Friday at the Mack Gaston Community Center. The Rev. W.E. Coombs, president of the Bartow County NAACP, is the guest speaker. The banquet is from 6 to 8 p.m.Simmons said he encourages everyone to come "support their local NAACP branch.""It helps the branch in funding work for the NAACP in their community," he said. "It also helps to get people informed about the types of things we do to bring about unity in the community."Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students and are available at the community center and Willis Funeral Home or from any executive committee member. Dinner will be served and NAACP members will honor college-bound students. Simmons is asking for names of students who have been accepted to college and awarded an athletic or academic scholarship."We're going to recognize and present them to the community," he said.Names can be submitted to Simmons by calling (706) 463-0842.Also, in conjunction with Black History Month, the NAACP is hosting Youth Night at the Emery Center at 110 W. Emery St. on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. The event is free, but donations to the Emery Center will be accepted. There will be food, fellowship, tours, arts and crafts, games and the opportunity to learn about black history.Saturday will conclude the week with a Black History Basketball Challenge and talent show, both at the community center.The basketball challenge is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature te...

In Memory: Carla Sue Boston Adams, 71 - Patch.com

Monday, September 12, 2016

Parnick Jennings Funeral Home & Cremation Services.--- Mrs. Carla Sue Boston Adams, age 71, of Cartersville, passed away on Monday, Sept. 5, 2016 at Wellstar Cobb Hospital. A native of Bartow County, she was born on Jan. 28, 1945, the daughter of the late Louie J. Boston and Melow Barrett Boston. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her only child, Madison William (Matt) Adams who died on December 1, 1986 at the age of 15, who was her only angel son in this walk of life. She was also preceded in death by her sisters; Gladys Evans, Daisy B. Howell; her brother, David Boston; her mother-in-law and father-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. George Adams; her sister-in-law, Sheila Adams; her special aunts, Alice Barrett Croy and Martha Boston Cline; her special grandmother, Leila Barrett and special friend, Nancy Mitchell Whitley. She is survived by her husband, Madison William (Dub) Adams of 47 years to whom she was married on May 17, 1969, at Friendship Baptist Church, where she is a member; her siblings, Mae Boston of Cartersville, Linda and Johnny Leachman of Euharlee; a brother, Lee and Robin Boston of Resaca; her uncles, Reverend Jerry and Betty Boston of Kingston, Ellis and Nancy Boston of Rome and Gar...