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Doric Burial Vaults

1811 Atlanta Highway
Bogart, GA 30622
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1211 Jimmy Daniel Road
Bogart, GA 30622
(706) 549-3342
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Obituaries from the Wednesday, March 22, 2017 issue of the Calhoun Times - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Daniel of Cartersville, Donald and Marjorie Daniel of Calhoun, Larry and Reba Daniel of Chatsworth; nephews and spouses, Craig and Jo Ann Daniel of Arnoldsville and Michael and Elyse Daniel of Bogart; other relatives and many friends.Mickey was a veteran and was retired from AT&T. He was a member of the American Legion and the Elks Club and was a former member of Belmont Baptist Church in Calhoun. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed singing as a hobby, recording some of his music to share with family and friends.A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 26, at Belmont Baptist Church Family Life Center in Calhoun. The family will receive visitors following the service. On Wednesday, March 29, a service to celebrate Mickey’s life will be held in Winter Haven. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Shriners’ Hospitals for Children.Tammy PasleyTammy Leigh Pasley, 46, of Calhoun, passed away Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Redmond Regional Medical Center. She was born in Floyd County on Sept. 9, 1970, daughter of the late Bill and Delores Walraven. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Alan Weaver.Tammy was a self-employed caregiver.She leaves behind her son, Austin Pasley; her daughters, Morgan Pasley, Meleigha Pasley and Raven Pasley; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Brent and Sharon Walraven, Barry Walraven, and Timmy and Shea...

Frances Moreland

Monday, November 07, 2016

Rufus Walls and her sister, Dorothy Colquitt, both of Georgia. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill, as well as her parents, Hiram Wesley Walls and Nela Drake Walls of Bogart, GA and her sister, Clara Adell Crow of Bogart, GA. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, October 28, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel, 8090 N. Northern Ave., Tucson, AZ. Arrangements entrusted to ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel.

Caryl J Eyre - Georgetown News Democrat

Monday, October 17, 2016

I’ll see you in Heaven!”Surviving is her husband, Hugh L. Eyre, one daughter, Linda (Tim) Roush of Hillsboro, two grandchildren, Brian Roush of Hillsboro, Angie (Travis) Bogart of Sardinia and five great-grandchildren, Tanner, Trey, Averi and Alli Bogart and Briley Roush, several nieces, nephews and brothers-in-law, Marvin (Shirley) Eyre of Sardinia, Chester (Linda) Eyre of Hillsboro, brothers-in-law, Otto Tuttle of Chillicothe and Rodger Roberts of Winchester, sisters-in-law Verna (Charles) Burnett and Lucille Eyre of Hillsboro.In addition to her parents, Caryl Jean was preceded in death by her three sisters, Letha Tuttle, Brenda Roberts, and Phyllis Roberts and brothers/sisters-in-law Harold and Carol Eyre, Brothers-in-law Dene Eyre, Gene Eyre and Alvin Eyre.Services will be held at the Sardinia Church of Christ, Monday October 17, 2016 at 11:00 am with Kevin Hamilton and Chris Gobin officiating.  Interment will follow in the Mowrystown Cemetery, Fenwick Road.Friends will be received at the church Sunday, October 16, 2016, 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sardinia Church of Christ or Southern Ohio Pregnancy Center.  The Edgington Funeral Home, Mowrystown, is entrusted with arrangements. To sign the online guest book, go to www.edgingtonfuneralhomes.com.

Obituaries|Curtis Hanson, Director of Wicked Noir 'LA Confidential,' Dies at 71 - New York Times

Monday, September 26, 2016

Stanley Kubrick, Robert Aldrich and Nicholas Ray in which Los Angeles played a key role. Ray’s 1950 film, “In a Lonely Place,” about a Hollywood screenwriter (played by Humphrey Bogart) suspected of murder, was a touchstone for Mr. Hanson.“It was the era of mystery and glamour,” Mr. Hanson said in an interview with The New York Times, “an era when everything started in that postwar boom that’s still very much with us — the freeways, the idea and growth of suburbia, television, the start of the tabloid press.”“L.A. Confidential” starred Kevin Spacey and Kim Basinger and introduced to American audiences the New Zealand actor Russell Crowe and the Australian Guy Pearce.“Curtis has this great ability to see what makes you tick and find the appropriate things to say,” Mr. Pearce said in an interview years later. “I don’t mean in a politically correct way, but as in terms of inspiring you and getting you to do what he wants. To me, that’s the job description of what directing is all about.”Released to critical acclaim, “L.A. Confidential” was nominated for nine Oscars, including for best picture and best director. It competed against “Titanic” in many categories (“Titanic” took the best picture award) and won two awards — for best supporting actress (Ms. Basinger) and best adapted screenplay (Mr. Hanson and his co-writer, Brian Helgeland).“L.A. Confidential” was one of two dozen pictures named by the Library of Congress in 2015 as worthy of preservation in the National Film Registry.Reviewing the film in The Times, Janet Maslin called it “resplendently wicked” — “a tough, gorgeous, vastly entertaining throwback to the Hollywood that did things right” — and cautioned would-be viewers, “Take a popcorn break and you’ll be sorry.”Curtis Lee Hanson was born in Reno, Nev., on March 24, 1945, and raised in Los Angeles. His father, Wilbur, was a schoolteacher, and his mother, Beverly, a homemaker. He was interested in film at an early age and dropped out of high school to make movies. He started small, with a horror film called “The Arousers” in the early 1970s. In 1983, his film “Losin’ It” gave Tom Cruise his first starring role.“The Hand That Rocks the Cradle,” ...

Central NY was the center of the wooden roads boom in the US – until they rotted - Syracuse.com

Monday, July 04, 2016

Syracuse-Central Square road proved so successful," according to a plank road history at the North Syracuse village office.William H. Bogart, who also wrote a biography of Daniel Boone, wrote one of the first detailed reports about the Syracuse-Central Square road. Bogart shared Geddes's enthusiasm, calling plank roads, canals and railroads the "three great inscriptions graven on the earth by the hand of modern science, never to be obliterated."In New York, the roads were built largely with private funds, and profits were to be made by charging tolls at booths along the route way.A vehicle drawn by two horses paid 1.5 cents per mile. A horse and rider paid half a cent. Pedestrians were free.Construction used massive amounts of wood. An 1847 call for sealed bids of lumber said the first six miles of the Syracuse and Tully Plank Road would require 1 million board feet of 4-inch-thick,...

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Obituaries from the Wednesday, March 22, 2017 issue of the Calhoun Times - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Daniel of Cartersville, Donald and Marjorie Daniel of Calhoun, Larry and Reba Daniel of Chatsworth; nephews and spouses, Craig and Jo Ann Daniel of Arnoldsville and Michael and Elyse Daniel of Bogart; other relatives and many friends.Mickey was a veteran and was retired from AT&T. He was a member of the American Legion and the Elks Club and was a former member of Belmont Baptist Church in Calhoun. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed singing as a hobby, recording some of his music to share with family and friends.A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 26, at Belmont Baptist Church Family Life Center in Calhoun. The family will receive visitors following the service. On Wednesday, March 29, a service to celebrate Mickey’s life will be held in Winter Haven. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Shriners’ Hospitals for Children.Tammy PasleyTammy Leigh Pasley, 46, of Calhoun, passed away Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Redmond Regional Medical Center. She was born in Floyd County on Sept. 9, 1970, daughter of the late Bill and Delores Walraven. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Alan Weaver.Tammy was a self-employed caregiver.She leaves behind her son, Austin Pasley; her daughters, Morgan Pasley, Meleigha Pasley and Raven Pasley; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Brent and Sharon Walraven, Barry Walraven, and Timmy and Shea...

Frances Moreland

Monday, November 07, 2016

Rufus Walls and her sister, Dorothy Colquitt, both of Georgia. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill, as well as her parents, Hiram Wesley Walls and Nela Drake Walls of Bogart, GA and her sister, Clara Adell Crow of Bogart, GA. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, October 28, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel, 8090 N. Northern Ave., Tucson, AZ. Arrangements entrusted to ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel.

Caryl J Eyre - Georgetown News Democrat

Monday, October 17, 2016

I’ll see you in Heaven!”Surviving is her husband, Hugh L. Eyre, one daughter, Linda (Tim) Roush of Hillsboro, two grandchildren, Brian Roush of Hillsboro, Angie (Travis) Bogart of Sardinia and five great-grandchildren, Tanner, Trey, Averi and Alli Bogart and Briley Roush, several nieces, nephews and brothers-in-law, Marvin (Shirley) Eyre of Sardinia, Chester (Linda) Eyre of Hillsboro, brothers-in-law, Otto Tuttle of Chillicothe and Rodger Roberts of Winchester, sisters-in-law Verna (Charles) Burnett and Lucille Eyre of Hillsboro.In addition to her parents, Caryl Jean was preceded in death by her three sisters, Letha Tuttle, Brenda Roberts, and Phyllis Roberts and brothers/sisters-in-law Harold and Carol Eyre, Brothers-in-law Dene Eyre, Gene Eyre and Alvin Eyre.Services will be held at the Sardinia Church of Christ, Monday October 17, 2016 at 11:00 am with Kevin Hamilton and Chris Gobin officiating.  Interment will follow in the Mowrystown Cemetery, Fenwick Road.Friends will be received at the church Sunday, October 16, 2016, 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sardinia Church of Christ or Southern Ohio Pregnancy Center.  The Edgington Funeral Home, Mowrystown, is entrusted with arrangements. To sign the online guest book, go to www.edgingtonfuneralhomes.com.

Obituaries|Curtis Hanson, Director of Wicked Noir 'LA Confidential,' Dies at 71 - New York Times

Monday, September 26, 2016

Stanley Kubrick, Robert Aldrich and Nicholas Ray in which Los Angeles played a key role. Ray’s 1950 film, “In a Lonely Place,” about a Hollywood screenwriter (played by Humphrey Bogart) suspected of murder, was a touchstone for Mr. Hanson.“It was the era of mystery and glamour,” Mr. Hanson said in an interview with The New York Times, “an era when everything started in that postwar boom that’s still very much with us — the freeways, the idea and growth of suburbia, television, the start of the tabloid press.”“L.A. Confidential” starred Kevin Spacey and Kim Basinger and introduced to American audiences the New Zealand actor Russell Crowe and the Australian Guy Pearce.“Curtis has this great ability to see what makes you tick and find the appropriate things to say,” Mr. Pearce said in an interview years later. “I don’t mean in a politically correct way, but as in terms of inspiring you and getting you to do what he wants. To me, that’s the job description of what directing is all about.”Released to critical acclaim, “L.A. Confidential” was nominated for nine Oscars, including for best picture and best director. It competed against “Titanic” in many categories (“Titanic” took the best picture award) and won two awards — for best supporting actress (Ms. Basinger) and best adapted screenplay (Mr. Hanson and his co-writer, Brian Helgeland).“L.A. Confidential” was one of two dozen pictures named by the Library of Congress in 2015 as worthy of preservation in the National Film Registry.Reviewing the film in The Times, Janet Maslin called it “resplendently wicked” — “a tough, gorgeous, vastly entertaining throwback to the Hollywood that did things right” — and cautioned would-be viewers, “Take a popcorn break and you’ll be sorry.”Curtis Lee Hanson was born in Reno, Nev., on March 24, 1945, and raised in Los Angeles. His father, Wilbur, was a schoolteacher, and his mother, Beverly, a homemaker. He was interested in film at an early age and dropped out of high school to make movies. He started small, with a horror film called “The Arousers” in the early 1970s. In 1983, his film “Losin’ It” gave Tom Cruise his first starring role.“The Hand That Rocks the Cradle,” ...

Central NY was the center of the wooden roads boom in the US – until they rotted - Syracuse.com

Monday, July 04, 2016

Syracuse-Central Square road proved so successful," according to a plank road history at the North Syracuse village office.William H. Bogart, who also wrote a biography of Daniel Boone, wrote one of the first detailed reports about the Syracuse-Central Square road. Bogart shared Geddes's enthusiasm, calling plank roads, canals and railroads the "three great inscriptions graven on the earth by the hand of modern science, never to be obliterated."In New York, the roads were built largely with private funds, and profits were to be made by charging tolls at booths along the route way.A vehicle drawn by two horses paid 1.5 cents per mile. A horse and rider paid half a cent. Pedestrians were free.Construction used massive amounts of wood. An 1847 call for sealed bids of lumber said the first six miles of the Syracuse and Tully Plank Road would require 1 million board feet of 4-inch-thick,...