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Couch Garner and Cole

6246 Broad Street
Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 920-2228
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Hightower's Memorial Chapel

7034 Broad Street
Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 489-2818
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Mutual Meadows Inc

8385 Cherokee Boulevard Suite 203
Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 577-1364
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Flight 242 service at New Hope Baptist Church - The Dallas New Era

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Flight 242 Traveling Display of mounted news articles and photos of the crash. The display can be viewed from March 27 through April 8 at the Maud P. Ragsdale Public Library at 1815 Hiram-Douglasville Highway.The passing of four decades since the crash in 1977 has done little to dull the memory of that day for many friends, families of victims, and survivors. New Hope Memorial Flight 242, Inc. is actively working toward raising funds for the construction of a permanent monument to preserve the memory of those who lost their lives and to honor the survivors and first responders. And Paulding County has dedicated a site for the monument at the edge of New Hope Cemetery, a short distance from the crash site.New Hope Memorial’s President Cherry Waddell said the price tag of a permanent memorial near the site of the crash has risen to about $300,000 and thus far about $22,000 has been raised. She said it may take about four to five years to reach their goal.As with many such accidents, several factors conspired to bring down the Southern Airways DC-9 on that April day in 1977. Captain Bill McKenzie and co-pilot Lyman Keele were advised of thunderstorms and possible tornadoes along their general route prior to their departure from Huntsville, but not subsequently updated of the fact that the cells were formed into a squall line.The crew was apparently misled by their onboard weather radar and attempted to pick out a path through the cells. As the flight descended from its cruise altitude of 17,000 feet to 14,000 feet near Rome, it apparently entered a thunderstorm cell and encountered a massive amount of water and hail. The hail was intense enough to break the aircraft's windshield. Both engines were damaged and underwent flameout.The crew, unable to restart the engines, was now gliding down un- powered while simultaneously trying to find an emergency landing field within range.As the aircraft ran out of options, the crew made ...

Dolores F. (Brown) Means

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Archie and Angelina (Rocco) Brown. She was a 1959 graduate of Ambler High School.Dolores had been employed as a secretary by U. S. Masonry, Perkasie, and EGM Contracting, Douglasville.Mrs. Means had especially enjoyed spending time with her family.In addition to her husband, Mrs. Means is survived by her children, Lori A. Means, of Birdsboro; Lee A. Gehman, of Wilmington, DE; Mark A. Gehman and his wife, Amy D., of Telford; Gregg A. Gehman, of Wilmington, DE; Charles E. Means and his spouse, Rob Miketa, of San Diego, CA; and Edward G. Means III, of Harleysville; eight grandchildren, Amber, Gregg, Elizabeth, William, Grant, Isaac, Julia, and Melody; her sister, Martha Brown, and her spouse, Vivian Santandrea, of Cape May, NJ; and her brother, Archie Brown, Jr., of Ambler.Her memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, March 28, in the Betty Meier Steeley Funeral Home, 87 North Main Street, Sellersville, PA 18960, where a visitation will be held from 10 a.m. until time of service. Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 3401 Civic Center Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19104.

Glenda Jo McEntyre Page - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, August 29, 2016

Terry Denver McIntyre.Survivors include her children, Jeffery (Donna) Page, Ooletawah, TN; Carl (Raynell Morris) Page, Rome; Melanie McDermott, Cartersville; sister, Nell (Larry) Baker, Douglasville; grandchildren, Matthew (Ashleigh) Page, Kathleen(Tyler) Lane, Thomas Pulliam, and David Pulliam, great grandchildren, Braden Page, Annabelle Page, Isaac Page, and Maggie Lane, several nieces and nephews also survive.Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday August 30, 2016 at Good Shepherd Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow in Morning View Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 12:00 P.M. until the hour of the service on Tuesday, at Good Shepherd Funeral Home, 2750 Shorter Ave. Rome, Ga. 30165.Please visit our website, www.goodshepherdfh.net to sign the online guest book and view the DVD on the life of Mrs. Page.Parnick Jennings, Sr.’s Good Shepherd Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Neal, Mary Margaret "Boggy" (Dalton) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, August 01, 2016

Father’s store, Charles Superette for several years.  She loved to stay at home with her family and she loved to work crossword puzzles.She is survived by her brother, Ted Howell Charles of Douglasville, GA; grandchildren, Charles Jason and Denise Neal of Dalton, GA, Mary Anne and Chris Hendricks of Tunnel Hill, GA, David and Tammy Neal of Dalton, GA and Reece Neal of Dalton, GA; 15 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.At her request there will be no funeral services, and she will be laid to rest at Ponders Whitfield Memorial Gardens on Monday, Aug. 1.Ponders Funeral Home has charge of the arrangements.

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Flight 242 service at New Hope Baptist Church - The Dallas New Era

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Flight 242 Traveling Display of mounted news articles and photos of the crash. The display can be viewed from March 27 through April 8 at the Maud P. Ragsdale Public Library at 1815 Hiram-Douglasville Highway.The passing of four decades since the crash in 1977 has done little to dull the memory of that day for many friends, families of victims, and survivors. New Hope Memorial Flight 242, Inc. is actively working toward raising funds for the construction of a permanent monument to preserve the memory of those who lost their lives and to honor the survivors and first responders. And Paulding County has dedicated a site for the monument at the edge of New Hope Cemetery, a short distance from the crash site.New Hope Memorial’s President Cherry Waddell said the price tag of a permanent memorial near the site of the crash has risen to about $300,000 and thus far about $22,000 has been raised. She said it may take about four to five years to reach their goal.As with many such accidents, several factors conspired to bring down the Southern Airways DC-9 on that April day in 1977. Captain Bill McKenzie and co-pilot Lyman Keele were advised of thunderstorms and possible tornadoes along their general route prior to their departure from Huntsville, but not subsequently updated of the fact that the cells were formed into a squall line.The crew was apparently misled by their onboard weather radar and attempted to pick out a path through the cells. As the flight descended from its cruise altitude of 17,000 feet to 14,000 feet near Rome, it apparently entered a thunderstorm cell and encountered a massive amount of water and hail. The hail was intense enough to break the aircraft's windshield. Both engines were damaged and underwent flameout.The crew, unable to restart the engines, was now gliding down un- powered while simultaneously trying to find an emergency landing field within range.As the aircraft ran out of options, the crew made ...

Dolores F. (Brown) Means

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Archie and Angelina (Rocco) Brown. She was a 1959 graduate of Ambler High School.Dolores had been employed as a secretary by U. S. Masonry, Perkasie, and EGM Contracting, Douglasville.Mrs. Means had especially enjoyed spending time with her family.In addition to her husband, Mrs. Means is survived by her children, Lori A. Means, of Birdsboro; Lee A. Gehman, of Wilmington, DE; Mark A. Gehman and his wife, Amy D., of Telford; Gregg A. Gehman, of Wilmington, DE; Charles E. Means and his spouse, Rob Miketa, of San Diego, CA; and Edward G. Means III, of Harleysville; eight grandchildren, Amber, Gregg, Elizabeth, William, Grant, Isaac, Julia, and Melody; her sister, Martha Brown, and her spouse, Vivian Santandrea, of Cape May, NJ; and her brother, Archie Brown, Jr., of Ambler.Her memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, March 28, in the Betty Meier Steeley Funeral Home, 87 North Main Street, Sellersville, PA 18960, where a visitation will be held from 10 a.m. until time of service. Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 3401 Civic Center Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19104.

Glenda Jo McEntyre Page - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, August 29, 2016

Terry Denver McIntyre.Survivors include her children, Jeffery (Donna) Page, Ooletawah, TN; Carl (Raynell Morris) Page, Rome; Melanie McDermott, Cartersville; sister, Nell (Larry) Baker, Douglasville; grandchildren, Matthew (Ashleigh) Page, Kathleen(Tyler) Lane, Thomas Pulliam, and David Pulliam, great grandchildren, Braden Page, Annabelle Page, Isaac Page, and Maggie Lane, several nieces and nephews also survive.Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday August 30, 2016 at Good Shepherd Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow in Morning View Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 12:00 P.M. until the hour of the service on Tuesday, at Good Shepherd Funeral Home, 2750 Shorter Ave. Rome, Ga. 30165.Please visit our website, www.goodshepherdfh.net to sign the online guest book and view the DVD on the life of Mrs. Page.Parnick Jennings, Sr.’s Good Shepherd Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Neal, Mary Margaret "Boggy" (Dalton) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, August 01, 2016

Father’s store, Charles Superette for several years.  She loved to stay at home with her family and she loved to work crossword puzzles.She is survived by her brother, Ted Howell Charles of Douglasville, GA; grandchildren, Charles Jason and Denise Neal of Dalton, GA, Mary Anne and Chris Hendricks of Tunnel Hill, GA, David and Tammy Neal of Dalton, GA and Reece Neal of Dalton, GA; 15 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.At her request there will be no funeral services, and she will be laid to rest at Ponders Whitfield Memorial Gardens on Monday, Aug. 1.Ponders Funeral Home has charge of the arrangements.