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Louise Neese El­liott

A.E. Carter Fu­neral Home Madi­son Mrs. Louise Neese El­liott, 82, died Sept. 30. The daugh­ter of Ross and Mat­tie Wil­son Neese, she was born in 1926 in Gwin­nett County. She mar­ried Clarence W. El­liott Sr. and worked as a nurse’s aid for many years. Mrs. El­liott at­tended the Cov­ing­ton Church of God. Sur­viv­ing are hus­band of 66 years, Clarence El­liott Sr. and their chil­dren ClarenceW. El­liott Jr. and Martha ofAuburn, San­dra Smith of New­born and Bill El­liott and Betty of Madi­son; sis­ter Shirley Hughes of Pu­laski, Tenn.; 14 grand­chil­dren; 30 great-grand­chil­dren; three great-great-grand­chil­dren. Fu­neral ser­vices were held at 2 p.m., Oct. 3 at the Cov­ing­ton Church of God. In­ter­ment fol­lowed at Lawn Memo­rial Park. The Cov­ing­ton News Oct. 5, 2008 Mr. Ray­mond Fill­more “Bop” Goodrich, 73, of New­ton, N.C., died Sept. 26 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home, Win­ston-Salem, N.C. The son of the late Charles and Win­nie Sue Lloyd Goodrich, he was born in 1935 in Mans­field. He was pre­ceded in death by wife Betty Sue Goodrich. Sur­viv­ing are son Car­los Goodrich and wife Donna of Clem­mons, N.C.; daugh­ter Car­men McFall and hus­band Phillip of Colorado Springs, Colo.; grand­chil­dren Katie Goodrich and Cal­lie Goodrich of Cle­mons and Phillip McFall II and wife Em­my­lou and Me­lanie McFall, all of Colorado Springs; great-grand­child Tahjyanna McFall of Colorado Springs; brother Ed­die Goodrich and wife Cather­ine of Florida; sis­ter Shar­lyne Knep­per and Con­nie Brantley and hus­band Bill of Ge­or­gia; nu­mer­ous nieces and neph­ews; de­voted friend Frank Cal­la­han of New­ton. A pri­vate grave­side ser­vice will be con­ducted at Piney Grove United Methodist Church Ceme­tery, Way­nesville, N.C. In lieu of flow­ers, memo­ri­als may be made to Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home, 101HospiceLane, Win­ston-Salem, N.C. 27103. On­line con­do­lences may be made at www.hay­worth-miller. com. The Cov­ing­ton News Oct. 5, 2008

Lillie Pearl Lynch Walker

Lester Lackey & Sons Fu­neral Home Ms. Lillie Pearl Lynch Walker died Sept. 25. The old­est daugh­ter of the late Wil­lie Pearl John­son Lynch and Dutch Lynch, she was born in 1937 in Cov­ing­ton and reared in the Leguinn Com­mu­nity. She at­tended Leguinn Pub­lic School and joined theWes­ley Chapel United Methodist Church as a young child. Her fam­ily moved to At­lanta where she met and mar­ried Mr. Marvin Good­son. She later mar­riedMr. NathanielWalker. Mrs. Walker was pre­ceded in death by brother Charles Lynch, grand­son Don­ald Coles Jr. and son-in-law Leonard Reid. Sur­viv­ing are sons Marvin Good­son Jr., Se­bas­tian Earl Good­son of At­lanta; daugh­ters Shirley Teresa Smith (Joseph) of Du­luth, Carla Yvonne Reid of De­catur, Delores Re­nee Good­son of Fair­burn, Julie Na­dine Coles of Sumter, S.C.; sis­ters Juanita Mapp of At­lanta, Louise Lynch of Cov­ing­ton, Betty Jean Lynch of At­lanta; 18 grand­chil­dren; 25 great-grand­chil­dren; sis­ter-in-law Shirley Lynch; de­voted cousin John­nie M. Ter­rell; aunts Mag­no­lia Woods, Edna John­son; a host of other aunts, un­cles, nieces, neph­ews, rel­a­tives and friends. Fu­neral ser­vices were held at noon Sept. 30 in the chapel of Lester Lackey & Sons with the Rev. Nor­man Smith of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment fol­lowed in the John­son Fam­ily Ceme­tery. The Cov­ing­ton News Oct. 5, 2008

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