Calhoun Times - - OBIT­U­AR­IES -

Dr. Stephen Pear­son, the Rev. Jeremy Kirby and Dr. Garry Tate of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment fol­lowed in Oa­knoll Me­mo­rial Gar­dens.

The fam­ily re­ceived friends on Mon­day at the church from 12 noon un­til 1:45 p.m.

Pall­bear­ers in­cluded Jor­dan Bow­man, Michael Ren­fro, Ron­nie VanDyke, Seth VanDyke, Tony Childers and Justin Childers. Hon­orary pall­bear­ers are mem­bers of the Eu­nice Jones Sun­day School Class.

Hen­der­son & Sons Funeral Home, North Chapel, has charge of the ar­range­ments.

Za­moni Har­grove

Mas­ter Za­moni Har­grove, age 9, of Dal­ton, de­parted this life on Jan. 26, 2018 at the lo­cal hos­pi­tal.

Ar­range­ments will be an­nounced from Pon­ders Mel­rose Chapel.

Ar­range­ments will be by lo­cally owned and op­er­ated Mel­rose Chapel of Pon­ders Funeral Home, 138 Mel­rose Drive, Dal­ton, Gero­gia. www. pon­der­s­fu­ner­al­

Chris Hall

Wil­lard Christo­pher “Chris” Hall, 48, of Cal­houn, died Wed­nes­day, Jan. 24, 2018, fol­low­ing a brief ill­ness.

Chris was born in Gor­don County on Aug. 14, 1969, son of Jo Ann Hall Stan­didge, and the late Wil­lard Knight Hall. He at­tended Red Bud High School. In ad­di­tion to his fa­ther, he was pre­ceded in death by his son, Blaze Hall.

Sur­vivors in­clude his mother and step-fa­ther, Jo Ann and Tim Stan­didge of Birch­wood, Tenn.; his chil­dren, Caleb Hunt, Brit­tainy Hall and Tara Hall; grand­chil­dren, Lexie Partin, Ri­ley Partin, Si­las Partin, and Wil­low Evans; broth­ers, Rev. Tony Hall and his wife Laura of Niceville, Fla., and Scott Hall and his wife Sta­cia of Murfrees­boro, Tenn.; nieces and neph­ews, Lau­ren White, Mor­gan Hall, Sa­van­nah Hall, Madi­son Hall, McKaylee Hall and Macey Hall; grand­mother, Sarah Jo West; and aunts and un­cle, Jean and Bill Tinch, Graphel Head­rick, Carolyn Dut­ton and Ruby Tinch. Cousins and other rel­a­tives also sur­vive.

Funeral ser­vices for Mr. Wil­lard Christo­pher “Chris” Hall were held Satur­day, Jan. 27 at 4 p.m. from the chapel of Max Bran­non & Sons Funeral Home, with Rev. Tony Hall of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment fol­lowed in Sardis Ceme­tery. Pall­bear­ers serv­ing in­cluded Dal­las Tinch, La­mar Tinch, Roger Tinch, and Brian King.

The fam­ily re­ceived friends Fri­day, Jan. 26 be­tween the hours of 5 and 8 p.m. at the funeral Home.

In lieu of flow­ers, con­tri­bu­tions may be made in Chris’ mem­ory to Da­m­as­cus Road Res­i­den­tial Re­cov­ery, 10920 US-278, Cov­ing­ton, GA., 30014-1671.

Con­do­lences may be ex­pressed at www. maxbran­nonand­

Funeral ar­range­ments for Wil­lard Christo­pher “Chris” Hall are un­der the care and di­rec­tion of Max Bran­non & Sons Funeral Home of Cal­houn.

De­bra Mur­phree

De­bra Ann Mur­phree, 28, of Com­merce, de­parted this life on Satur­day, Jan. 27, 2018 at the North­east Ge­or­gia Med­i­cal Cen­ter.

De­bra was born on June 9, 1989 in Dal­ton to Don­ald Mur­phree and the late Martha Ann Strick­land Mur­phree. She was also pre­ceded in death by her brother, David Mur­phree.

She was a cer­ti­fied CAN Nurse and a mem­ber of the Com­merce Church of Je­sus Christ of Lat­ter Day Saints.

She is sur­vived by her fa­ther, Don­ald Mur­phree of Ely, Nev.; brother, Daniel Mur­phree of Ely, Nev.; and her sis­ter, Diana Brake of Com­merce, Ga.

Me­mo­rial Ser­vices will be held on Satur­day, Feb. 3, 2018 at the Cal­houn Church Of Je­sus Church of Lat­ter Day Saints, 455 McDaniel Sta­tion Road, Cal­houn, Ge­or­gia. 30701.

On­line con­do­lences may be sent to De­bra’s fam­ily by vis­it­ing www.idiefu­ner­al­homecom­merce. com.

This an­nounce­ment is a cour­tesy for the fam­ily of De­bra Ann Mur­phree, by The Cal­houn Chapel of Pon­ders Funeral Home, 675 Jol­ley Road, Cal­houn, Ge­or­gia. 706-625-7577

www. pon­der­s­fu­ner­al­home. com YOUR SE­LECTED IN­DE­PEN­DENT FUNERAL HOME

Wil­liam Hall

Wil­liam DeWy­att Hall, 22, of Fair­mount, de­parted this life on Sun­day, Jan. 28, 2018 at his home.

Wil­liam was born in Beau­mont, Texas on June


The Veter­ans of For­eign Wars post 5376 in Cal­houn would like to an­nounce that there will be a Post Ser­vice Of­fi­cer on site to as­sist any veter­ans with ben­e­fits on Thurs­days from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. The VFW is lo­cated at 406 West Line Street in Cal­houn. For more in­for­ma­tion, call Johnny Kel­ley 706-988-8517.

The Mil­i­tary Or­der of the Pur­ple Heart Rome Chap­ter 525, meets the first Mon­day of the month ex­cept hol­i­days at the Rome Na­tion Guard Ar­mory lo­cated at 340 Wil­shire Road at 6:00 P M. All veter­ans who have been awarded the Pur­ple Heart are el­i­gi­ble for mem­ber­ship and are in­vited to join. For more in­for­ma­tion: Con­tact Howard Cothran at 706-676-44692 or Al­fred Carnes at 706802-8262.

The Cal­houn Hous­ing Au­thor­ity Board of Com­mis­sion­ers meet on the fourth Wed­nes­day of each month for the reg­u­lar called Board Meet­ings at 12:00 p.m. Spe­cial Board meet­ings will be ad­ver­tised in ad­vance. All meet­ings are held at 607 Oothcalooga St. Cal­houn, Ge­or­gia. The pub­lic is in­vited to at­tend. Call to ver­ify a meet­ing is sched­ule prior to at­tend­ing.

The Cal­houn Area Writ­ers meet ev­ery third Fri­day of the month at The Har­ris Arts Cen­ter from 6-7:30 p.m. The club ex­ists to sup­port writ­ers, from pub­lished au­thors to those who sim­ply en­joy writ­ing down their thoughts.

If you are a HOME­OWNER and have served in the United States Mil­i­tary or are a Sur­viv­ing Spouse and live in Gor­don or Bar­tow County, you may qual­ify for up to $13,000 in FREE home re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion such as a new roof, ex­te­rior win­dows and doors, cen­tral heat and air, low flow plumb­ing, etc. Con­tact New Foun­da­tions De­vel­op­ment, Inc. and ask for Carol Hatch at 706-629-9183 ext, 14 Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. In­come lim­its ap­ply and funds are lim­ited so don’t wait or you will miss out. This pro­gram is for VETER­ANS and Sur­viv­ing Spouses ONLY. (New Foun­da­tions De­vel­op­ment, Inc. is a lo­cal non­profit work­ing in con­junc­tion with the Cal­houn Hous­ing Au­thor­ity, North­Side Bank of Cal­houn, North Ge­or­gia Na­tional Bank.)

Fair­mount Li­brary is now lo­cated in­side of City Hall on the sec­ond floor. Story time is held ev­ery sec­ond Satur­day of the month at 11 a.m. and New Hori­zon Book Club is held on the sec­ond Thurs­day of the month. For more in­for­ma­tion call 706-337-5306.

United Way of Gor­don County’s Young Lead­ers So­ci­ety pro­vides op­por­tu­ni­ties for phil­an­thropic ser­vice, so­cial, and net­work­ing events. Our Lunch with Lead­ers pro­gram pro­vides mem­bers with a pos­i­tive learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence while al­low­ing mem­bers to in­ter­act with pro­fes­sional lead­ers in the com­mu­nity. The mis­sion of the United Way of Gor­don County Young Lead­ers So­ci­ety is to fos­ter op­por­tu­ni­ties for vol­un­teerism, phi­lan­thropy, and a spirit of car­ing through­out the com­mu­ni­ties in which we live and work with one or more of the 19 part­ner agen­cies of United Way of Gor­don County. Mem­ber­ship Re­quire­ments in­clude any­one be­tween the ages of 21-45; dues of $240 an­nu­ally and 20 vol­un­teer hours per­formed an­nu­ally. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Ash­ley Goble at Gor­don County United Way by email­ing agoble@ gor­don­coun­tyu­nit­ed­

Story times at the Cal­houn-Gor­don County 16, 1995, a son of Ho­race “Ecky” and DeDe Hall. He was a grad­u­ate of Adairsville High School in Adairsville. At the time of his death, he was em­ployed by Ger­dau Ameris­teel in Cartersville, where he was a crane op­er­a­tor.

Wil­liam was one of those few that re­li­giously do­nated blood ev­ery time the op­por­tu­nity was avail­able to him, and it was very ob­vi­ous by the col­lec­tion of t-shirts that he had ob­tained by do­nat­ing. He was a hard work­ing young man, and loved to spend his money on his truck, his old Cadil­lac, and his game sys­tems. He was a se­ri­ous gamer.

Wil­liam loved guns and swords, and was an avid col­lec­tor of both. He also loved to fish and hunt ev­ery op­por­tu­nity he had. Wil­liam was ei­ther work­ing, gam­ing, hunt­ing, fish­ing, or at home tend­ing to the hogs with his fam­ily. He loved be­ing at home and spend­ing time with his mom and dad, and his en­tire fam­ily. Wil­liam was a Chris­tian young man.

He was pre­ceded in death by his grand­mother, Mae Hall; his grand­fa­ther, Wil­liam Parker; and an aunt, Penny Parker.

Wil­liam is sur­vived by his par­ents, who will miss him dearly, Ecky and DeDe Hall of the home; his sis­ters, Sh­eryl In­man and her fi­ancé Wayne Reeder, Bar­bara Hall, Brit­tney Mer­rill, all of Texas, and Brooke Graves of Fair­mount; his broth­ers, who are twins, Brent and his wife Na­dia Hall, and Bran­don Hall of Texas; his grand­par­ents, Ho­race Esker Hall Sr., of Colum­bus, Miss., and Willa Dean Parker of Pine Log; his aunt and her hus­band, Dar­nelle and Wil­lie Ad­cock of Pine Log; his best buddy, Hugo Zimora of Cartersville; eight nieces and two neph­ews. Sev­eral other fam­ily mem­bers and spe­cial friends also sur­vive Wil­liam.

A Me­mo­rial Ser­vice to cel­e­brate the life of Wil­liam DeWy­att Hall will be held on Thurs­day, Feb. 1, 2018 at 2 p.m. from the Fair­mount Chapel of Pon­ders Funeral Home with Rev­erend Rod­ney Martin of­fi­ci­at­ing.

Wil­liam’s fam­ily will re­ceive friends and visi­tors on Thurs­day, at the funeral home, from 1 p.m. un­til the ser­vice hour.

Friends and fam­ily may of­fer con­do­lences to Wil­liam’s fam­ily by vis­it­ing our web­site at www. pon­der­s­fu­ner­al­ Fol­low­ing Wil­liam’s wishes, he will be cre­mated.

Ar­range­ments by The Fair­mount Chapel of Pon­ders Funeral Home and Pon­ders Dal­ton Cre­ma­tory, 4566 Hwy 411, Fair­mount, Ge­or­gia. 706337-3784.

100 N. Park Ave. in Cal­houn, are 10:30 a.m. on Thurs­days.

The Cal­houn Adult Learn­ing Cen­ter has so much to of­fer. Make the cen­ter your win­dow to the world. Free study pro­grams are of­fered dur­ing the day and evening ses­sions. En­roll in adult ed­u­ca­tion to­day. Call 706-624-1111. The cen­ter is lo­cated on the cam­pus of Ge­or­gia North­west­ern Tech­ni­cal Col­lege.

Lutheran Ser­vices of Ge­or­gia’s Spe­cial­ized Fos­ter Care Pro­gram is re­cruit­ing in­di­vid­u­als and cou­ples to pro­vide safe and sta­ble fos­ter homes for chil­dren wait­ing in Ge­or­gia’s fos­ter sys­tem. In­for­ma­tion Ses­sions are held on the first Thurs­day of ev­ery month at 5:30 p.m. at the Rome Of­fice, lo­cated at 336 Broad Street, Ste. 200 Rome, GA 30161. In­di­vid­ual ses­sions may be sched­uled to ac­com­mo­date fam­i­lies, as needed. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Laura Fowler at 706-512-7777 or

Lutheran Ser­vices of Ge­or­gia’s Her­itage Adop­tion Pro­gram part­ners with DFCS to find For­ever Fam­i­lies for chil­dren wait­ing in Ge­or­gia’s fos­ter care sys­tem. In­for­ma­tion Ses­sions are held on the 3rd Thurs­day of ev­ery month at 6 p.m. at the Rome Of­fice, lo­cated at 336 Broad St, Suite 200. In­di­vid­ual ses­sions may be sched­uled to ac­com­mo­date fam­i­lies, as needed. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact or call 706506-0649.

TAL­LA­TOONA BE­GINS LI­HEAP HEAT­ING AS­SIS­TANCE. Nov. 1 is the date Tal­la­toona will be­gin ac­cept­ing ap­point­ments for the heat­ing as­sis­tance pro­gram. Sched­ule an ap­point­ment on­line at www.tal­la­ and click on Book Now, or by call­ing 770-773-7730. The fol­low­ing doc­u­ments will be needed for ap­point­ments: driv­ers li­cense or state is­sued photo ID; orig­i­nal so­cial se­cu­rity cards for ev­ery­one liv­ing in house­hold; proof of cit­i­zen­ship or im­mi­gra­tion sta­tus such as driver’s li­cense, US mil­i­tary ID, US pass­port, state is­sued photo I, US per­ma­nent res­i­dent card, alien reg­is­tra­tion card, em­ploy­ment au­tho­riza­tion doc­u­ment, cer­tifi­cate of cit­i­zen­ship; most cur­rent heat­ing bill within the past 30 days; if your home is heated with nat­u­ral gas, kerosene, propane or wood you MUST bring both your heat­ing bill and elec­tric bill to the ap­point­ment; proof of in­come for the last 30 days for ev­ery­one 18 years or older liv­ing in the home in­clud­ing al­imony, child sup­port, dis­abil­ity, pen­sion, ren­tal in­come, re­tire­ment, so­cial se­cu­rity, un­em­ploy­ment, wages from work, wages from self em­ploy­ment and work­ers com­pen­sa­tion.

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