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Hallman Funeral Home Inc

35 Kay Street
Hartwell, GA 30643
(706) 376-9874
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Mack's Funeral Home

266 Maple Street
Hartwell, GA 30643
(706) 376-7566
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Nancy Hart Memorial Park

1171 Royston Highway
Hartwell, GA 30643
(706) 376-9402
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Anderson County sheriff's deputy to be laid to rest Tuesday - Anderson Independent Mail

Saturday, June 10, 2017

McMaster said.Hodges was a uniform patrol officer. Besides those duties, he recently joined the Sheriff's Office's eight-member marine patrol unit. The unit patrols Lake Hartwell, Broadway Lake and parts of Lake Russell.Hodges was doing a marine patrol training exercise Thursday with other Anderson County deputies and representatives of the Army Corps of Engineers when he was mortally wounded.He and two other people were ejected from a boat at Singing Pines Recreation Area in Starr.Flowers, art, badges, notes, teddy bears and condolences from friends, family, and people thanking Devin Hodges, Anderson County Sheriff's Office deputy, before the wake on Monday night at the Civic Center of Anderson. (Photo: Ken Ruinard/Independent Mail)Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said Hodges' life jacket became entangled in the boat propeller. He went under water and was unable to come up for air, Shore said.Early stages of the investigation indicated Hodges was hit by the propeller as the empty boat circled back to where he was in the water. But Shore said Friday the autopsy revealed no significant propeller injuries on Hodges' body. Shore has ruled Hodges' death accidental, caused by drowning.The others in the boat, an Anderson County deputy and a representative from the Army Corps of Engineers, were not injured, but were treated for shock.The investigation remains open and is led by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, the agency that investigates deaths on waters throughout the state.More than 200,...

Dogs who work: Rex and Lacie at Tishomingo Funeral Home - Daily Ardmoreite

Monday, March 27, 2017

Rex and Lacie, Roger Hartwell’s canine employees and best friends.-Names and occupation: Rex, age 6, and Lacie, age 4, are Border-Aussies — Border Collie/Australian Shepherd hybrid dogs, who are more than Roger Hartwell’s employees, at Tishomingo Funeral Home. They’re also his best friends. While it may seem strange to have dogs at a funeral home, Roger says the pair has their own onsite outdoor run. However, that doesn’t mean they’re not a valued employees because it’s no secret dogs can provide a special kind of comfort it times of grief. Often times family members seek a private moment with Rex and Lacie who willingly offer a head to pet and unsolicited love.When they’re not at work at the funeral home they are Roger’s truck copilots. A job that makes them  easy to spot throughout the area.-Special talents:Rex may have just celebrated his sixth birthday, but Lacie isn’t about to let an older man take her place in the limelight. “Lacie will just push Rex out of the way,” Roger says adding, “They go everywhere I go, even to church.” Most of the time the two ride in the back of Roger’s pickup, and stay with the truck when he stops. Church is one exception. The pair ...

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Anderson County sheriff's deputy to be laid to rest Tuesday - Anderson Independent Mail

Saturday, June 10, 2017

McMaster said.Hodges was a uniform patrol officer. Besides those duties, he recently joined the Sheriff's Office's eight-member marine patrol unit. The unit patrols Lake Hartwell, Broadway Lake and parts of Lake Russell.Hodges was doing a marine patrol training exercise Thursday with other Anderson County deputies and representatives of the Army Corps of Engineers when he was mortally wounded.He and two other people were ejected from a boat at Singing Pines Recreation Area in Starr.Flowers, art, badges, notes, teddy bears and condolences from friends, family, and people thanking Devin Hodges, Anderson County Sheriff's Office deputy, before the wake on Monday night at the Civic Center of Anderson. (Photo: Ken Ruinard/Independent Mail)Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said Hodges' life jacket became entangled in the boat propeller. He went under water and was unable to come up for air, Shore said.Early stages of the investigation indicated Hodges was hit by the propeller as the empty boat circled back to where he was in the water. But Shore said Friday the autopsy revealed no significant propeller injuries on Hodges' body. Shore has ruled Hodges' death accidental, caused by drowning.The others in the boat, an Anderson County deputy and a representative from the Army Corps of Engineers, were not injured, but were treated for shock.The investigation remains open and is led by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, the agency that investigates deaths on waters throughout the state.More than 200,...

Dogs who work: Rex and Lacie at Tishomingo Funeral Home - Daily Ardmoreite

Monday, March 27, 2017

Rex and Lacie, Roger Hartwell’s canine employees and best friends.-Names and occupation: Rex, age 6, and Lacie, age 4, are Border-Aussies — Border Collie/Australian Shepherd hybrid dogs, who are more than Roger Hartwell’s employees, at Tishomingo Funeral Home. They’re also his best friends. While it may seem strange to have dogs at a funeral home, Roger says the pair has their own onsite outdoor run. However, that doesn’t mean they’re not a valued employees because it’s no secret dogs can provide a special kind of comfort it times of grief. Often times family members seek a private moment with Rex and Lacie who willingly offer a head to pet and unsolicited love.When they’re not at work at the funeral home they are Roger’s truck copilots. A job that makes them  easy to spot throughout the area.-Special talents:Rex may have just celebrated his sixth birthday, but Lacie isn’t about to let an older man take her place in the limelight. “Lacie will just push Rex out of the way,” Roger says adding, “They go everywhere I go, even to church.” Most of the time the two ride in the back of Roger’s pickup, and stay with the truck when he stops. Church is one exception. The pair ...