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ar­range­ments for Car­rie Wil­son Gall­man. Monte Clark, Sr.

Monte Paul “Tego” Clark Sr., 50, a life­long res­i­dent of Cal­houn, passed away at his home on Satur­day, Aug. 25, 2018. Monte was born in Gor­don County on April 23, 1968. He was pre­ceded in death by his grand­par­ents, G.C. and Carolyn Rus­sell, and K.T. Clark; Monte was also pre­ceded in death by David Bar­ton.

Monte was a grad­u­ate of Cal­houn High School, Class of 1987. He was an avid Jack­ets fan, and baseball player for all four years of high school. Monte loved sports: He was an avid golfer, en­joyed NASCAR, and was an all-around out­doors­man. He es­pe­cially en­joyed coach­ing baseball and soft­ball. He coached his chil­dren and coached at Cal­houn Mid­dle School for eight sea­sons. Monte was a great fan of the At­lanta Braves; he took spe­cial pride in fol­low­ing Cal­houn na­tive Char­lie Cul­ber­son on the team. He was a mem­ber of the Cal­houn Elks Lodge and the Cal­houn Moose Lodge. Monte was a pas­sion­ate man who deeply loved his fam­ily and friends; spend­ing time with them was his fa­vorite thing to do. He will be fondly re­mem­bered as the “life of the party”.

Monte is sur­vived by his son, Monte Paul Clark Jr,; daugh­ters, Pey­ton Ni­cole Clark, and Caro­line Lane Clark; his par­ents, Lau­rel Rus­sell Clark, and Paul and Bar­bara Clark; his grand­mother, Dorothy Clark; his grand­daugh­ter, Jurnee Kace Clark; his sis­ters and broth­ers in law, Dia Clark John­son and her hus­band, Chris, Adri­enne Clark Chadwick and her hus­band, Joseph, and Brit­tany Clark Owens and her hus­band, Dy­lan; his nieces and neph­ews, Clark, Rus­sell, and Alea John­son, Co­hen and Hud­son Chadwick, and Alexis Owens; many other rel­a­tives and friends.

The Clark fam­ily re­ceived friends on Tues­day, Aug. 28, 2018, at Trin­ity Bap­tist Church from 3 un­til 7 p.m.

A ser­vice to cel­e­brate Monte’s life was held on Tues­day, Aug. 28, 2018 at 7 p.m. from Trin­ity Bap­tist Church. Pas­tor Mitch Phillips of­fi­ci­ated, Ke­van Car­pen­ter spoke, and Ritchie Parker ar­ranged the mu­sic. Honorary pall­bear­ers in­cluded the Cal­houn High School Class of 1987, mem­bers of the Cal­houn Elks Lodge, mem­bers of the Cal­houn Moose Lodge, Shay Wright, Ben McCormick, Ken Hol­comb, Baron Baker, Jeff Baker, David Hall, Brad Fitch, Ke­van Car­pen­ter, Clark John­son, Rus­sell John­son, Tony Lind­sey, Jonathan Kno­blett, Shane Hall, Mark “JJ’ Smith, Jeff Poe, Wil­liam Hamil­ton, Richie Wright, Brent Er­win, Chris Gee, Jeff Dixon, Bran­ton Bai­ley, Ritchie Har­ris, Rus­sell De­foor, and “Bobby Dixon”.

In­stead of send­ing flow­ers, the fam­ily has re­quested that do­na­tions in Monte’s mem­ory be given to The Cal­houn Mid­dle School Fel­low­ship of Chris­tian Ath­letes, PO Box 901, Cal­houn, GA 30703.

Friends may sign Monte’s on­line guest regis­ter at www.maxbran­nonand­ Ar­range­ments are un­der the care and di­rec­tion of Max Bran­non and Sons Fu­neral Home of Cal­houn. Myra Floyd

Myra Kathryn Hop­per Floyd, age 95, of At­lanta, passed away Thurs­day, Aug. 23, 2018 at her res­i­dence.

Myra was born on June 28, 1923 in Gor­don County to the late Bu­ford Wil­lard Hop­per and Wil­lie Mable Autry Hop­per. She was a mem­ber of Oakhurst Pres­by­te­rian Church and a for­mer mem­ber of Plainville United Methodist Church. Myra at­tended Young Har­ris Col­lege and was an alumna of Plainville High School. In ad­di­tion to her par­ents she is pre­ceded in death by her lov­ing hus­band, D.L. Floyd, Jr.; brother, Thomas Hop­per and sis­ter, Mar­garet Hop­per.

She is sur­vived by two sons: Michael Floyd and his wife An­nie Thomp­son of Pen­sacola, Fla., and Kurt Floyd, Sr. of At­lanta; five grand­sons: John Floyd of Du­rango, Colorado, Kurt Floyd, Jr. of At­lanta, Daniel Floyd, Ni­co­las Floyd, and Joseph Floyd all of Rock­mart, Ga.; and three step-grand­chil­dren: Sarah Price of At­lanta, Ellen Black­burn of Pen­sacola, FL, and Rus­sell Black­burn of Hat­ties­burg, MS.

A grave­side ser­vice was con­ducted on Tues­day, Aug. 28, 2018 at 1 p.m. at Scott Ceme­tery with Rev. Ed Archer of­fi­ci­at­ing. Pall­bear­ers serv­ing were Britt Car­den, John Floyd, Kurt Floyd Jr., Daniel Floyd, Ni­co­las Floyd, Joseph Floyd, and Justin Lind­sey.

The fam­ily re­ceived friends on Mon­day, Aug. 27, 2018 from 5:30 un­til 8 p.m. at Thomas Fu­neral Home.

You may leave the fam­ily on­line con­do­lences at www.thomas­fu­ner­al­home­cal­

Thomas Fu­neral Home is in charge of the ar­range­ments for Mrs. Myra Floyd. Ella Lanora Gra­ham

Ella Lanora Gra­ham, 71, of the Sono­rav­ille Com­mu­nity, Fair­mount died Satur­day, Aug. 25, 2018 at her res­i­dence. She was born in Cartersville on July 16, 1947; daugh­ter of the late Alvin W.C. and Eve­lyn Grace Gra­ham. In ad­di­tion to her par­ents, she was pre­ceded in death by her daugh­ters, An­gela Cline and Mary-Jane Wof­ford; broth­ers, Leon Gra­ham and Ken­neth Gra­ham; and a sis­ter, Elise Gra­ham Cline.

Ella Lanora will be re­mem­bered for be­ing an amaz­ing, strong, and kind-hearted woman. She loved spend­ing time with her girls. She was also a mem­ber of Oak Hill Bap­tist Church.

She is sur­vived by her daugh­ters and sons-in­law, Cyn­thia and Herb Woodall, Cather­ine and Richard Wil­liams, and Carol and Ricky Nether­ton; grand­chil­dren, Heather Wilkin­son, Ash­ley Poin­dex­ter, Christo­pher Go­forth, Rus­sell Go­forth, and Am­ber Goad; great grand­chil­dren, Jeremy Peeler, Hai­ley Wilkin­son, Makayla Wilkin­son, Tianna Brown, Olivia Poin­dex­ter, and Malya Poin­dex­ter; a brother, Lanny Gra­ham; and a sis­ter and broth­erin-law, Joyce and Shel­ton Wa­ters.

A ser­vice to honor the life of Ella Lanora Gra­ham will be held Thurs­day, Aug. 30 at 3 p.m. from the chapel of Max Bran­non and Sons Fu­neral Home. Pas­tor Tim Reid will of­fi­ci­ate. Burial will fol­low at Fairview Ceme­tery on Hall Me­mo­rial Road, Cal­houn, GA. Pall­bear­ers serv­ing are Herb Woodall, Richard Wil­liams, Rus­sell Go­forth, Derek Wilkin­son, Michael Poin­dex­ter, Jesse Goad, James Jerni­gan, and Brent Gra­ham.

The Gra­ham fam­ily will re­ceive friends at the fu­neral home on Wed­nes­day, Aug. 29 from 5 un­til 8 p.m.

The fam­ily would like to thank Home­spun Hos­pice for all their com­pas­sion and care of Ella Lanora.

Friends may sign the on­line guest regis­ter at www. maxbran­nonand­ Ar­range­ments are un­der the care and di­rec­tion of Max Bran­non and Sons Fu­neral Home of Cal­houn. Patsy Crump

Patsy R. Crump, 81, widow of J.C. Crump, died Wed­nes­day, Aug. 15, 2018, at Pal­metto Health Tuomey.

Born April 1, 1937 in Oostanaula com­mu­nity of Cal­houn, she was a daugh­ter of the late An­drew Ter­rell Phillips and the late Myr­tle Tay­lor Phillips. She was a mem­ber of Shaw Heights Bap­tist Church. Mrs. Crump had a nurs­ing ca­reer that spanned over 54 years, in­clud­ing 33 years at Shaw AFB and six years at NHC Health­care. She won nu­mer­ous awards dur­ing her ca­reer. She loved her chil­dren and grand­chil­dren, and was a ded­i­cated care­giver to her fam­ily, friends, and pa­tients.

Sur­vivors four chil­dren, Michael Crump of Phoenix, Ariz., Su­san Binger (Ken) of Lakeville, Minn., La­mar Crump, and Terry Crump both of Sumter; four grand­chil­dren, Michael Crump, Jr., Kristal Crump, Betsy Binger, and Lu­cas Binger; two great grand­chil­dren, Shelby Crump, and Adara Crump; two broth­ers, James Richard Phillips and Thomas F. Phillips; and a sis­ter, Vir­ginia Brown.

She was pre­ceded in death by two broth­ers, Joseph Max Phillips and A.T. Phillips; and a sis­ter, Louise Phillips Blalock.

Fu­neral ser­vices were held at 11 a.m. Satur­day at Shaw Heights Bap­tist Church with the Rev. Bob White of­fi­ci­at­ing. Burial was in the Ev­er­green Me­mo­rial Park Ceme­tery.

The fam­ily re­ceived friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri­day at El­more-Can­non-Stephens Fu­neral Home and other times at the home.

Memo­ri­als, in lieu of flow­ers, may be made to Shaw Heights Bap­tist Church, 2030 Peach Or­chard Road, Sumter, SC 29154.

El­more-Can­non-Stephens Fu­neral Home and Cre­ma­to­rium of Sumter is in charge of the ar­range­ments.

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