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Michael Hurst

Michael Eugene Hurst, age 53, of Chatsworth, passed away on Wed­nes­day, Aug. 22, 2018 at Sparta Health Care Cen­ter.

He was a mem­ber of Faith Wor­ship Cen­ter and en­joyed telling peo­ple about Je­sus. Michael loved spend­ing time with his fam­ily and his five dogs – es­pe­cially his best friend, Buddy. Hunt­ing and fish­ing were two of his fa­vorite hob­bies.

Michael was the owner of Lost Creek Land Ser­vices, Mulch, & More, Inc. He treated his cus­tomers like life­long friends and was al­ways ea­ger to lend a lis­ten­ing ear or a help­ing hand.

He was pre­ceded in death by his fa­ther, Paul Eugene Hurst.

Sur­vivors in­clude his wife, Marie Hurst; son, Joshua Hurst of Chatsworth; mother, Mil­dred Hurst of Chatsworth; sis­ter and brother- in­law, Gin­ger and Jeff Simp­son of Ring­gold; and neph­ews, Matthew Simp­son and Nathaniel Simp­son ( Ha­ley).

Fu­neral ser­vices for Mr. Hurst was held at 3 p. m. on Sun­day, Aug. 26, 2018 in the chapel of Peeples Fu­neral Home with Rev. Harold Po­teet, Rev. Curtis Easley, and Rev. Vince Goble of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment will fol­low at Faith Ceme­tery.

The fam­ily re­ceived friends at the fu­neral home on Satur­day from 5 un­til 9 p.m. and on Sun­day un­til the fu­neral hour at 3 p. m.

Peeples Fu­neral Home & Cre­ma­tory of Chatsworth is in charge of the ar­range­ments. Don Cochran

Al­fred Don Cochran, 84, of the New Town com­mu­nity, passed away Thurs­day, Aug. 23, 2018 at Gor­don Hos­pi­tal. He was born in Bar­tow County on Dec. 1, 1933, son of the late Jake and Co­lene Cochran. In ad­di­tion to his par­ents, he was pre­ceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Mar­cella Bran­non Cochran; a brother, Harold Cochran; and sis­ters, Dot Greene and Louise Wil­lis.

Don was a vet­eran, serv­ing his coun­try in the U.S. Army. Be­fore re­tire­ment, he was em­ployed with Thom­son-Weiman Min­ing. He was a mem­ber of New Town Bap­tist Church.

Sur­vivors in­clude his sons and daugh­tersin- law, David and Kate Cochran, Chris and Carol Cochran, and Eric and Tracy Cochran; his daugh­ter, Janet Cochran Sil­vers; a brother and sis­ter- in- law, Jake and Joan Cochran, Jr. of Cartersville; a sis­ter and brother- in- law, Donna and Gary Howren of Cassville; grand­chil­dren, Tad ( Ni­c­hole) Cochran, Tyler ( Anna) Cochran, Nick Cochran, Neal ( Cassi) Cochran, Ti­mothy Cooper, Derek (Cassie) Cooper, Thomas Gray, Amy (Richard) Hol­land, Cassie Cochran, and Leah Go­forth; sev­eral great- grand­chil­dren; brother- in­law, Max Bran­non; sis­ter- in- law, Ella Ivester; and sev­eral nieces, neph­ews, and cousins.

Ser­vices to honor the life of Al­fred Don Cochran were held Sun­day, Aug. 26 at 3 p.m. from the chapel of Max Bran­non and Sons Fu­neral Home, with Rev. Wal­ter Hare and Rev Eddie Bran­non of­fi­ci­at­ing. Mu­sic was ar­ranged by Jeff Rogers. In­ter­ment, with Mil­i­tary Hon­ors, fol­lowed in Haven of Rest Me­mo­rial Park, with Rev. Luke Mor­gan of­fi­ci­at­ing. Grand­sons served as pall­bear­ers. Honorary es­corts were grand­daugh­ters, Cassie Cochran, Amy Hol­land, and Leah Cochran; Honorary pall­bear­ers were Sam Har­well, Greg An­drews, Hugh Dell West, Wayne Smith, Larry Bunch, R.L. Cal­loway, and Jessie Smith.

The fam­ily re­ceived friends at the fu­neral home on Sun­day, from 1 p. m. un­til the ser­vice hour of 3 p. m.

The Cochran fam­ily would like to thank all the staff of Home­spun Hos­pice for their com­pas­sion and care of Don dur­ing his ill­ness.

The fam­ily re­quests flow­ers be omit­ted, and me­mo­rial do­na­tions be made to New Town Bap­tist Church in Don’s honor.

Con­do­lences may be left at www. maxbran­nonand­ Fu­neral ar­range­ments for Al­fred Don Cochran are un­der the care and di­rec­tion of Max Bran­non and Sons Fu­neral Home of Cal­houn. Larry Chas­tain

Larry E. Chas­tain of Win­der, Ga., passed away Au­gust 18, 2018.

He was born Nov. 25, 1951 in Chat­tanooga, Tenn. but spent his life un­til adult­hood in Cal­houn.

He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents, Roy E. and Jean Tate Chas­tain of Cal­houn, and his brother, Ti­mothy L. Chas­tain, also of Cal­houn.

He is sur­vived by his wife of forty- one years, Lisa L. McKin­ney of Win­der; brother, David K. Chas­tain ( Chee Chee) of Toc­coa; niece Amanda Chas­tain Grier ( Brit­ton) of Alto and their daugh­ters, Ver­ity and Cas­sia. He also has nu­mer­ous sur­viv­ing aunts, cousins and their chil­dren.

Larry re­ceived his un­der­grad­u­ate de­gree in psy­chol­ogy from West Ge­or­gia Col­lege in Car­rolton. After work­ing in di­rect ser­vice for peo­ple with de­vel­op­men­tal dis­abil­i­ties in Dal­ton and peo­ple with sub­stance abuse prob­lems in Rome, he at­tended the Univer­sity of Ge­or­gia for grad­u­ate school. He was awarded a Master of So­cial Work de­gree and a Master’s de­gree in Pub­lic Ad­min­is­tra­tion. Larry spent his ca­reer in pub­lic ser­vice in­clud­ing the State of Ge­or­gia’s 10- county North­east Ge­or­gia men­tal health sys­tem, the 13- county Ge­or­gia Moun­tains men­tal health sys­tem, and the District Of­fice of the 10- county North­east Health District. His field of ex­per­tise was in busi­ness and per­son­nel ad­min­is­tra­tion, cost ac­count­ing, and help desk sup­port for health depart­ment work­ers in field of­fices. What­ever his job ti­tle, he was ap­pre­ci­ated for his em­pa­thetic sup­port of em­ploy­ees/ clients in the field, his tech­ni­cal pre­ci­sion, and eth­i­cal ap­proach to busi­ness prac­tices.

Larry was renowned and ad­mired for his gen­er­ous and gen­tle spirit. His friends were fa­mil­iar with his in­tel­li­gent, wry, dry, and sub­tle sense of hu­mor. In his pri­vate life, he was an avid mu­sic col­lec­tor and scholar. His au­dio col­lec­tion mar­veled friends and strangers alike. His pri­mary ex­per­tise was Amer­i­can Blues and Amer­i­cana, but he had wide rang­ing tastes that in­cluded jazz, rock and county rock.

Larry’s pas­sion was live mu­sic and sup­port­ing pro­fes­sional mu­si­cians. Over the years he de­vel­oped per­sonal re­la­tion­ships with many of the mu­si­cians he ad­mired and pro­moted. He was a mem­ber of many or­ga­ni­za­tions such as the New Or­leans Mu­si­cians Clinic, Mu­sic Maker Re­lief Foun­da­tion, The At­lanta Blues So­ci­ety, The Blues Foun­da­tion, and MusiCares. He per­son­ally as­sisted sev­eral Ge­or­gia- based blues mu­si­cians in times of need, and helped them get med­i­cal care, pay bills, pro­vide trans­porta­tion, help with fu­neral ex­penses, and other life and ca­reer sup­port­ing needs. He helped friends and strangers in need, pro­vid­ing ma­te­rial and emo­tional sup­port.

Bern­stein Fu­neral Home in Athens pro­vided cre­ma­tion ser­vice and sup­port. His soul was bound to New Or­leans and that will be the fi­nal rest­ing place of his cre­mains. No flow­ers are needed or re­quested. Larry would have pre­ferred that you sup­port live mu­sic and help oth­ers.

There will be a ca­sual drop- in cel­e­bra­tion of Larry’s life on Satur­day, Sept. 15, 2018, from 1 to 4 p. m. at his res­i­dence in Win­der. If you need di­rec­tions, email lisa. mcki@ gmail. com. Betty Tem­ples

Mrs. Betty Jean Robin­son Tem­ples, 82, of Ry­dal, de­parted this life peace­fully in the com­fort of her son’s home em­braced by her lov­ing fam­ily.

Mrs. Tem­ples was born in Chatsworth on April 25, 1936, the only child of Sod and Ruby Young Robin­son. Along with her par­ents she was also pre­ceded in death by her hus­band, Mr. Hu­bert Tem­ples, who passed away 30 years ago.

Along with her hus­band, they owned and op­er­ated Tem­ples Farm, rais­ing chick­ens.

She is sur­vived by her son and daugh­terin- law, Larry and Christy Tem­ples of Ranger, Terry Tem­ples of Ry­dal; grand­chil­dren, Brit­tney Wil­son of Cal­houn, Bryeanne Pflu­grad and her hus­band Billy of Cartersville, and Kevin Tem­ples of Ry­dal; great- grand­chil­dren, Han­nah Wil­son, Hous­ton Wil­son, and Hart­ley Pflu­grad; many more fam­ily mem­bers, and spe­cial friends also sur­vive.

A ser­vice to cel­e­brate the life of Mrs. Betty Tem­ples was held on Mon­day, Aug. 27, 2018 at 4 p.m. at Pon­ders Fair­mount Chapel. Her daugh­terin- law, Christy Tem­ples de­liv­ered the eu­logy along with Bishop Terry Jones par­tic­i­pat­ing.

Mrs. Tem­ples was laid to rest at Oak Hill Bap­tist Church Ceme­tery in Bar­tow County. Jeremy Tem­ples, Joseph Tem­ples, Eric Puck­ett, Jay Wor­sham, Mark Tem­ples, and Michael Sil­vers served as pall­bear­ers.

The Tem­ples fam­ily re­ceived friends on Mon­day, Aug. 27, 2018 from 12: 00 Noon un­til the ser­vice hour at the Pon­ders Fair­mount Chapel.

Con­do­lences may be sent to Mrs. Tem­ple’s fam­ily by vis­it­ing our web­site at www. pon­der­s­fu­ner­al­

Ar­range­ments are by Pon­ders Fair­mount Chapel, 2566 Hwy 411, Fair­mount, Ge­or­gia. 706337- 3784. Car­rie Gall­man

Car­rie Bonita Wil­son Gall­man, age 97, of Cal­houn, passed away Satur­day, Aug. 25, 2018 at her daugh­ter, She­lia Hice’s res­i­dence in States­boro, Ga.

Car­rie was born on Nov. 17, 1920 to the late Tay­lor Wil­son and Nancy Cole Wil­son. In ad­di­tion to her par­ents, she is pre­ceded in death by her hus­band, M. J. “Jeff” Gall­man; daugh­ter, Shelba Ables. She was a life­time res­i­dent of Cal­houn and Gor­don County and was a mem­ber of the Belmont Bap­tist Church.

She is sur­vived by her son, Tol­bert Gall­man and his wife Teresa of Cal­houn; daugh­ter, She­lia Hice and her hus­band Barry of States­boro; son- in­law, Joel Ables of Cal­houn; grand­chil­dren, Randy Gall­man and his wife Karen, Cindy Hen­der­son and her hus­band Jeff, Tammy Gall­man, Brooks Gall­man, Tay­lor Gall­man, Sta­cie Ables, and Jeff Ables all from Cal­houn; Kel­lie Whitener and her hus­band Bran­don of States­boro, Kimberly Yawn and her hus­band Travis of Beau­fort, S. C.; 17 great- grand­chil­dren and five great- great grand­chil­dren.

Grave­side ser­vices were con­ducted at 11 a. m. on Tues­day, Aug. 28 at Fain Ceme­tery with the Rev­erends Tay­lor Gall­man and Zach Gall­man of­fi­ci­at­ing. Pall­bear­ers were grand­sons and great grand­sons. The fam­ily re­ceived friends Mon­day evening, Aug. 27, from 5 to 7 p. m. at the fu­neral home.

You may leave the fam­ily on­line con­do­lences at www.thomas­fu­ner­al­home­cal­

Thomas Fu­neral Home is in charge of the It’s said that time heals ev­ery­thing, I know now that isn’t true. You’re missed as much now as ever be­fore, and you al­ways will be. You were the strong­est and bravest man any­one would imag­ine and al­ways held your­self with dig­nity. Your at­ti­tude and hu­mor was amaz­ing and helped ease the pain for the peo­ple who loved you so much. You were al­ways most spe­cial, and we are grate­ful to be the ones your loved. Sharon, Ja­son, Ladd, Fam­ily, Friends & Loved Ones

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