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Joe Hammonds Jr

Aug 05, 1956 - Nov 22, 2023

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Warner Robins, GA

Joe Darrell Hammonds, Jr. , age 67, of Warner Robins, Georgia passed away on Wednesday, November 22, 2023. A Prayer Service will be held at 4:00 PM Friday, November 24, 2023 at Snow's Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street with visitation beginning at 4:30 PM until 6:00 PM. Interment will be at a later date in Macon Memorial Park Cemetery. Father Steve Patti will officiate. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to St. Peter Claver Church, The Food Pantry, 131 Ward Street, Macon 31201...Read More

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Abigail Grace Wagner

Sep 11, 2023 - Feb 28, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Abigail Grace Wagner, aged 5 months, passed away unexpectedly on the morning of February 28, 2024. A funeral service to honor her life will be held Monday, March 4, 2024, at 11:00 AM in the Chapel of Fairhaven Funeral Home. The family invites friends to join them one hour prior to the service for a time of visitation. Immediately following the service, Abigail will be laid to rest in Parkway Memorial Gardens; 720 Carl Vinson Parkway, Warner Robins Georgia 31093. Abigail was born in Macon, Georgia and is the daughter of Jason Michael Wagner and Kristin Ann Wagner. Born at 28 weeks premature, she exemplified strength and unwavering dedication her entire life. She was affectionately known to her parents as, “Piglet” as she was quite the snorter. Anyone that had the pleasure of meeting Abigail, never failed to mention how beautiful she was. She was a fan of her pacifiers, her zaky hugs, but most of all the snuggles she was able to experience with her parents. Although her life was short, she experienced nothing but love and was adored wholeheartedly by her family and friends her entire life. She will be dearly missed by everyone that knew and loved her. Abigail was a true light and her memory will live on through her family forever. Left to cherish Abigail’s precious memory are her loving parents, Jason and Kristin Wagner and her brother, Matthew James Wagner. She also leaves behind a host of family members and friends. Friends may sign the online guestbook at www.fairhavenmacon.com Fairhaven Funeral Home and Cremation Services has the honor of being entrusted with arrangements.  

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Lois Louise Martin Sims

Sep 03, 1926 - Feb 27, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Lois Louise Martin Sims met her Lord and Savior in the evening hours of Tuesday, February 27, 2024. A visitation will be held Friday, March 1, 2024 from 1 PM to 1:45 PM at Heritage Memorial Funeral Home and Crematory. Immediately following, the family will process to the cemetery for a graveside service, Friday, March 1, 2024 at 2 PM in the mausoleum chapel of Magnolia Park Cemetery. Our cherished matriarch, was born on September 3, 1926, in Climax, Georgia to the late John Wesley Martin and Rosetta Hughes Martin. Her childhood days were spent racing to keep pace with her two brothers, Harmon and Lofton. Lois married the love of her life, Frank Smith Sims Jr., a U.S. Navy veteran, in an intimate ceremony at their pastor's home on August 24, 1946. Throughout their marriage, the couple journeyed across continents, spanning the U.S., Europe, and the tropics. Yet, amidst their worldly adventures, their true destination was always the happiness they found in each other's arms. She embarked on a distinguished career at Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Georgia where her sharp intellect propelled her through the ranks. Transitioning seamlessly into upscale real estate, she showcased tenacity and geniality, leaving an indelible mark. Even at work, Lois's effervescence lit up the room. July 3, 1951, marked the arrival of their son, Steven Michael, a day Lois declared the happiest of her life. Her pride in Steve echoed through their home, where framed moments of his childhood adorned the walls. Even in her final days, Lois' eyes would sparkle at 7:30 p.m. in anticipation of her daily chat with her son. A vivacious and exuberant grandmother, Lois transformed her home into a haven of joy, ensuring every child felt safe, celebrated, and cherished. Handwritten notes and small gifts were sprinkled like confetti, and she cheered with gusto as her grandchildren turned her manicured yard into a racetrack for their big wheels. At her house, scrapes and scratches were healed with home-grown aloe, soothing back rubs, and a heaping scoop of macaroni and cheese. Lois never met a stranger and always knew how to make people feel sincerely seen and heard. Her quick wit was usually followed with a wink that marked a shared moment between you. For her friends and family, her playful demeanor was matched by her unwavering support—always defending, comforting, and loving without hesitation. Through sickness and health, Lois remained a devoted wife, standing as a pillar of strength beside Frank through his cancer diagnosis and treatment until his passing in 2004. She carried his memory with her, forever "Frank's girl," her heart a sanctuary where his spirit found eternal companionship. Lois' final days with us were a kaleidoscope of emotions—tears, laughter, hugs, and storytelling. In true Lois fashion, she dedicated her energy to consoling her loved ones, reassuring us that she was ready to reunite with her Lord and Savior. In her peace, we find solace. For souls as genuinely kind as Lois, their physical absence yields deep grief as we search for an outlet for the immense love we have for them. Fortunately, this enduring love forms the unshakeable foundation upon which our family stands, and her spirit envelops us always. Lois Sims, a partner, parent, and friend like no other, has enriched our lives beyond measure. Our hearts are forever changed because we knew her. Lois is survived by her son, Steve Sims (Sheryl); granddaughters: Elizabeth Crown (Andrew), Emily Sims, Katherine Sims, Kelly Whitfield (Billy); and great-grandchildren: Luke Lumpkin, Will Whitfield, and Elle Whitfield. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 200 Vesey Street, 28th Floor, New York, NY 10281. Please sign the online guest registry at www.heritagemfh.com and leave a personal condolence for the family. Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory has the honor of being entrusted with the arrangements for Mrs. Lois Martin Sims.

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Boyd Wilson Brown III

Oct 05, 1952 - Feb 24, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Boyd Wilson Brown III, age 71 returned to the Lord's Kingdom on February 24th, 2024 at Brightmoor Hospice. He was born on October 5th,1952 in Frankfurt, Kentucky.Boyd lived a good and long life. He had an astounding career in the United States Air force where he was stationed in Korea and met his beautiful wife Angie whom he later on married and was with for 52 memorable years. During his time in the Navy he was awarded with the Navy commendation medal, good conduct award, certificate of recognition for service during the cold war and the navy achievement medal. Also, during his career in the Air force he was awarded with the Air Force commendation medal. He retired as Chief Yeoman (surface warfare) Boyd Brown in 1995.Boyd was known as a man of God who truly loved his community and family. He was a gentle soul that was proficient in music and played the alto saxophone, piano and guitar. He loved to read literature and music. He also enjoyed going out to dine with his family and watching dramas with his wife. He was a hardworking man, for 18 years he worked a second job as security to help his family. He was a deacon and helped the Korean community build churches. At one point the Lord called him to be a missionary in the Dominican Republic. He would donate to children's hospitals and help children with special needs or those who were orphaned. He was a devoted man to everyone. Anyone who knew Boyd knew he was intelligent, caring and protective.He is survived by his wife Angie Brown, his children, Morina Hunter, Jonah Brown; sister Judy Bryant; grandchildren, Calla and Robert Hunter. A funeral service is scheduled for live streaming or in person at 12:00 pm on February 28th at the Nelson's Memorial Mortuary in Warner Robins, Georgia.

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Howard "Lee" Taylor

Oct 13, 1935 - Feb 26, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Howard “Lee” Taylor, 88, passed away on February 26, 2024, after a lengthy illness. Lee and his wife of 61 years, Evelyn, lived in Pine Bush, NY and Sebring, FL before moving to Warner Robins, GA to be with their son, Larry (Gretchen) and grandchildren, Erin (Cole) Moore and Ryan Taylor. Lee retired from IBM in 1991 and he will be remembered as a long time Little League Coach in Pine Bush and a fan of the DIRT Modified races in Middletown, NY. Lee was pre-deceased by his parents, Howard “Tate” and Beatrice Taylor and his daughter, Gail Taylor. The family would like to thank the staff of the Memory Care side of The Canopy of Warner Robins for the love and care they showed Lee and his family in his final months. Services will be private, and his burial will be at a later date in New Prospect Cemetery, Pine Bush, NY.

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Howard Lee Taylor

Died : Feb 26, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Howard Lee Taylor Warner Robins, GA Formerly of Sebring, Florida and Pine Bush, New York Howard “Lee” Taylor, 88, passed away on February 26, 2024, after a lengthy illness. Lee and his wife of 61 years, Evelyn, lived in Pine Bush, NY and Sebring, FL before moving to Warner Robins, GA to be with their son, Larry (Gretchen) and grandchildren, Erin (Cole) Moore and Ryan Taylor. Lee retired from IBM in 1991 and he will be remembered as a long time Little League Coach in Pine Bush and a fan of the DIRT Modified races in Middletown, NY. Lee was pre-deceased by his parents, Howard “Tate” and Beatrice Taylor and his daughter, Gail Taylor. The family would like to thank the staff of the Memory Care side of The Canopy of Warner Robins for the love and care they showed Lee and his family in his final months. Services will be private, and his burial will be at a later date in New Prospect Cemetery, Pine Bush, NY. Arrangements entrusted to the Burpee-Scott Memorial Chapel Fort Valley, GA. Obituary submitted by the William M. Gagan Funeral Home Inc.

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Mr. Eric Dickey

Died : Feb 26, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

It is with great sadness that Bentley Carson Memorial Funeral Home announces the passing of Mr. Eric Dickey of Warner Robins. Arrangements are incomplete. Please keep the family in your prayers. To to the family or in memory of Mr. Eric Dickey, please

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Lonnie Mae Nobles Wilson

Apr 09, 1934 - Feb 25, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Lonnie Mae Nobles Wilson, 89, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday, February 25, 2024. A funeral service is scheduled for Wednesday, February 28, 2024, 11:00AM in the Chapel of Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory. Her son-in-law, Jose Balli will officiate. A visitation for family and friends is scheduled at the funeral home on Wednesday from 10:00AM until 11:00AM one hour prior to the service. Lonnie will be laid to rest in the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Milledgeville, Georgia. Lonnie was born April 9, 1934, in Parrish, Florida to the late Lonnie and Lila Nobles. She was a member of the Centerpoint Church in Kathleen. Lonnie always kept a good home, giving of herself by opening her home to anyone who would come. She enjoyed cooking and always had dinner on the table. In addition to her gift of hospitality, Lonnie was known to have an opinion and didn't mind expressing it. All in all, she was a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, and great grandmother and everyone who knew her will miss her. Lonnie is survived by her husband of seventy years, Norman L. Wilson; three daughters: Patricia (Jose) Balli of Centerville, Sharon (Phil) Hall of Warner Robins, and Johanna (Kirt) Murray of Stockbridge; sister, Melanie Roberts; twelve grandchildren; and twenty-five great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Abba House of Middle Georgia, 1347 Sam Nunn Blvd. Perry, Georgia 31069. Please sign the online guest registry at www.heritagemfh.com and leave a personal condolence. Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory is honored to be entrusted with the arrangements.

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Alice Ruth King

Nov 22, 1936 - Feb 23, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Marianna, FL – Alice Ruth (Duce) King, 87, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, February 23, 2024. Services celebrating her life will be at a later date in her home town of Marianna, Florida. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked all donations to be made out to Heart of GA Hospice, 103 Westridge Dr, Warner Robins, GA 31088. Ruth was born on November 22, 1936, in Two Egg, FL to the late Ephadus “Bill” Duce and Mary Emma (Horne) Duce. She worked for The Bank of Bonifay for many years before retiring. In her spare time, Ruth enjoyed working in her yard, cooking, and spending time with her family. She will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her. Along with her parents, Ruth is preceded in death by her husband, Newt F. King; son: Robert Wayne King; sister: Elsie Duce Moline; and brothers: Gayle and Donnie Duce. Left to cherish her memory are her daughters: Lynn King and Rachel Ferraris (Scott); grandchildren: Courtney Antolick, Joseph Ferraris, Jon David Ferraris, Maddy Kolb, and Olivia Robinson; and her 4 great-grandchildren. With honor, Burpee-Scott Memorial Chapel & Crematory has been entrusted with arrangements

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Gail M Hamilton

Apr 03, 1941 - Feb 21, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Gail M Hamilton, 82 passed away February 21, 2024. A funeral service will be held at a later date, Gail was born in Watertown, South Dakota in April 3, 1941 to the late Marvin and Selma Troelsen. Gail devoted her life to serving her community and family. She took great pride in her membership within the Order of the Eastern Star. She enjoyed uplifting others, feeding birds, and crocheting. Gail was a wonderful mother, sister, and friend that will be deeply missed. Gail is survived by her cherished son, Shawn Hamilton; brother, Gordon Troelsen, and a host of extended family and friends. Please sign the online guest registry at www.heritagemfh.com and leave a personal condolence for the family. Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory has the honor of being entrusted with the arrangements.

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Mrs. Patricia Anne Ziegler

Jan 01, 1934 - Feb 20, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Mrs. Patricia Anne Ziegler, 89, went to be with her Lord and Savior February 20, 2024. A Funeral Mass will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Saturday, February 24, 2024, 2:00 PM. A rosary followed by a visitation will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church one hour prior to the Funeral Mass on Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM. A committal service will immediately follow at Parkway Memorial Gardens with Father Stephen Pontzer officiating. Flowers are accepted or donations can be made to Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Patricia was born in San Benito, Texas to the late Harold Eugene Fairey and Elizabeth Rebecca Reardon Fairey. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her beloved first husband, Willis A Boley, Jr. and grandson, Stephen Harmon. After losing her father at a young age, Patricia moved to San Marcos, Texas where she was looked after by her grandparents. After spending her childhood in Texas, her mother remarried and moved to San Rafael, California. Here is where she met and married a young airman, Willis "Bud" A. Boley, Jr. After moving throughout the United States, they settled in Middle Georgia and started their beautiful family of 6 children. After Willis passed in 1987, Patricia remarried Maj. Kenneth A. Ziegler, USAF (Ret.) in 1993, and spent her remaining years settled in Warner Robins. Patricia started attending faithfully Sacred Heart Catholic Church in 1971. She enjoyed listening to joyful hymns, praising God, and reading His word. As a dedicated Christian, Patricia dedicated her life to serving others. She attended Georgia College and State University in 1986 and received her degree in Nursing in 1993 from Macon College. She worked numerous years at Robins Air Force Base while married to Kenneth and retired as the Chief of Labor Relations. In her free time, Patricia enjoyed reading, gardening, and crocheting. She crocheted beautiful blankets for all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Patricia was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and dear friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Patricia is survived by her cherished husband, Maj. Kenneth A. Ziegler USAF (Ret.); children: Debbie (Norton) Jaudon, Tim Boley, Susan Bukovsky, Martha (Bruce) Timmons, Melinda (Joe) Long, and Mary Harmon; stepchildren: Karen Bonee, Keith Ziegler, Kelly (Bob) Ellegard, and Cliff (Melinda) Ziegler; grandchildren: Chris (Leah) Boley, Jennifer (Gil) Otero, Kelly Garcia, Erin Kirchhof, Michael (Renee) Jaudon, Kevin (Laura) Timmons, Sean Boley, Sarah (Matt) Abercrombie, Megan (Matthew) Smith, Kyle Timmons, Andrew (Jessica) Long, Matthew Jaudon, Eric (Toya) Long, and Joshua (Khushnum) Harmon; step grandchildren: Stephen (Leah) Ziegler and Sarah (Andrew) Mathis; 26 great grandchildren and a host of extended family and friends. Please sign the online guest registry at www.heritagemfh.com and leave a personal condolence for the family. Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory has the honor of being entrusted with the arrangements.

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