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Mickey Torres

Nov 21, 1997 - Nov 21, 2023

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Warner Robins, GA

Nathan "Mickey" Miguel Torres, 26, unexpectedly passed away on November 16, 2023. A celebration of his life will be held on Sunday, November 26, 2023, at 11:00 am in the chapel of Heritage Memorial Funeral Home and Crematory, 701 Carl Vinson Parkway, Warner Robins, Georgia. Mickey could be described as a social butterfly and the life of the party always bringing a smile to the room. Although, he went through struggles in life, no one could deny he had a fierce love for his family, friends, and e...Read More

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John Anthony Touey, Jr.

Feb 24, 1961 - Feb 18, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Kathleen, GA – John Anthony Touey, Jr., 62, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, February 18, 2024, at the Houston Medical Center in Warner Robins, GA. He passed peacefully, surrounded by his family. A memorial gathering for family and friends to celebrate his life will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2024, from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm at Burpee-Scott Memorial Chapel & Crematory. John was born on February 24, 1961, in Philadelphia, PA to John Anthony Touey, Sr. and Phylis (Brown) Fields. He was affectionately known as “Pop Pop” by his grandchildren, who he absolutely adored. John faithfully and honorably served his country in the United States Air Force, where he retired after 25 years with the rank of Master Sergeant. He went on to work in his current position with Georgia Masonry Supply, where he was Office Manager and Dispatcher. In his spare time, John enjoyed traveling to the beach, cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs, watching NASCAR, and listening to his favorite music. He lived his life as we all should, balancing work, family and fun. He never wasted an opportunity to make those around him laugh and he always made sure to capture memories in pictures. Above all else, he loved his family and friends. Left to cherish his memory is his beloved wife, Catherine (Mulkin) Touey of Kathleen, GA; daughter: Jessica (Touey) Hammonds (Darrell) of High Springs, FL; sons: John Anthony Touey, III of Warner Robins, GA, and Eric Christopher Touey of Warner Robins, GA; daughter: Emily (Touey) Leverett (Wayne) of Winterville, GA; grandchildren: Evan, Braxton, Riley, Peyton, and Ruby Ann; mother: Phylis (Brown) Fields of North Carolina; father: John Anthony Touey, Sr. of Pennsylvania; father-in-law: John Mulkin of Kathleen, GA; brother: Danny Fields of North Carolina; sisters: Phylis Wilson, and Patty Wooten (Dave Keener) both of North Carolina; numerous nieces, a great nephew, and extended family. With honor, Burpee-Scott Memorial Chapel & Crematory has been entrusted with arrangements.

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James Wright Blease

Oct 10, 1943 - Feb 15, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

James Wright Blease, 80, of Nashville, died on Thursday, February 15, 2024, in Warner Robins. Born in Pavo to the late James Hartwell Blease and Mary Wright Blease, he grew up in Barney and attended schools there. He went on to Georgia Military College in Milledgeville and then to business college in Atlanta. He built his career in upper management in the convenience store business, ultimately retiring as the Director of Operations for Holiday Markets. His favorite pastimes included woodworking and riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle. He rode every year in the Outback Riders Toy Ride at Christmas, rode around the countryside but also across the country with family and friends. He was also a devoted family man and father.Survivors include a daughter and son in law, Denise & Carlton Millett of Lake Panasoffkee, FL, son and daughter in law, Jeff & Robin Blease of Ocilla, daughter, Roni Jones of Grovetown, son and daughter in law Rick & Tracey Blease of Biloxi, MS and a daughter and son in law, Angie & Mike McDonald of Warner Robbins; two sisters and a brother in law, Georgia Mac Madsen of Carmichael, CA, and Vivien & Clint Smith of Orange, TX. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, Michael (& Krystal) Millett, Samantha Millett, Alicia Blease, Ash (& Alexandra) Foxhaven, Felicia Cooper, Victoria DiPietro, Katie Maner, Joshua Blease, Kristin (& Samuel) Mahler, and William Wood; six great grandchildren, Elijah Milett, LilliAnn Millett, Sawyer DePietro, Indie DePietro, Owen Christian and Brynlee Wood; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his wife Dianne Blease and a sister Jeanette Sessoms.The funeral for Mr. Blease will be held at 2 pm on Monday, February 19, 2024 in the chapel of Carson McLane Funeral Home. Rev. Clyde Stokes will officiate. Burial will follow at Campground Cemetery in Morven. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 1 pm until service time. Flowers will be accepted or donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, at alz.org or 2402 N. Tifton Ave, Suite 102, Tifton, GA 31794. Condolences may be conveyed to the family on the obituary page of www.mclanecares.com Carson McLane Funeral Home

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Thomas Hendricks Haskins, Jr.

Jun 01, 1935 - Feb 15, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Warner Robins, Georgia – Thomas “Tom” Hendricks Haskins, Jr./W4WXA became a silent key on Thursday, February 15, 2024. A visitation with family and friends will be held on Monday, February 19, 2024, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory. A Funeral Service honoring the life of Tom will be held on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at 11:00 AM in the chapel of Heritage Memorial Funeral Home. Immediately following the service Tom will be laid to rest beside his loving wife and son at Blountsville Baptist Church Cemetery in Jones County. Tom was born on June 1, 1935, in Macon, Georgia to the late Amanda Louise Miller Haskins and Thomas H. Haskins, Sr. Tom was a very hard-working man who strived to excel in all that he did. He earned his Industrial Engineering degree from Georgia Institute of Technology. While attending Georgia Tech, Tom was a member of the Yellow Jacket Marching Band where he played the saxophone. After graduating he continued to be an avid Georgia Tech fan and support his alma mater. Tom began work immediately after graduating as a civilian at Robins Air Force Base and served faithfully for 32 years and retired as a Chief Industrial Engineer. When he was not working he could be found at home spending time with those he loved and cherished while watching the Atlanta Braves. Tom was also a licensed Amateur Ham Radio Operator and loved using Morse code and his call sign was W4WXA. Tom served as a volunteer firefighter for 26 years for the Centerville Fire Department prior to the municipal fire department being formed. Upon retirement, Tom and his wife had purchased several lake lots at Lake Sinclair where the two resided for many years. Tom found great peace in being at the lake and enjoyed fishing and taking countless boat rides with his loving family. Tom and his wife Carolyn were faithful members of the church of Christ and taught and converted many souls over the years. He served in many capacities at the church such as Deacon, song leader, teacher, and occasionally preacher. In addition to his parents, there waiting for Tom at the gates of heaven is his beloved wife, Carolyn Wellborn Haskins; his son, Johnny Haskins; and his lifelong friend Wadley Thrash. All whom he had longed to be with for so long. Left to cherish his memory is his beloved children, Thomas H. Haskins, III (Nancy), Amanda Haskins Hicks, Lucinda Watson and Robert P Haskins (Kim); Grandchildren: Jessica Haskell (Caroline), Thomas H Haskins, IV., Buck Hicks, Hannah Willoughby (Scott), Hunter Haskins, Dustin Watson and Derek Watson; Great-grandchildren: Attaleigh Willoughby, Delaynie Watson and Dakota Watson. Thomas is also survived by a host of extended family members and countless friends whom he loved without limits. The family would like to thank all the beloved caregivers throughout his later years. We couldn’t have done this without their love and support. The family respectfully asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made payable to the American Heart Association, PO Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284. Please go to www.heritagememorialfuneralhome.com to sign the online guestbook and leave a condolence for the family. It is with great honor Heritage Memorial Funeral Home has been entrusted with Thomas Hendricks Haskins, Jr.'s arrangements.

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MSgt. James Edward Lyle

Oct 28, 1939 - Feb 13, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

MSgt. James "Jim" Edward Lyle (USAF Ret.) went to be with his Lord and Savior, February 13, 2024. A graveside service will be held Thursday, February 15, 2024 at 11:00 AM with military honors at Parkway Memorial Gardens, 720 Carl Vinson Parkway, Warner Robins, GA 31093. A visitation will be held at Heritage Memorial Funeral Home, Thursday, February 15, 2024 from 10:00 AM until 10:45 AM. The family asks all attenders to dress casually. Jim was born on October 28, 1939 in Birmingham, Alabama to the late Lily Oliver. In addition to his mother, Jim is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Roslyn "Joy" Thomas Lyle. Jim devoted his life to serving his community, family, and the Lord. Jim joined the United States Air Force in 1959 until retiring as a Master Sargent in 1980. After his military service, he went on to work and retire as a civil servant from Robins Air Force Base. In his spare time, Jim enjoyed rebuilding planes, race cars, and hot rods. He was a member of the H.A.M.B. a message board for Hot Rod enthusiasts. Jim described himself as "just an old man who loves God, Family, and Racing." Jim is survived by his cherished children; Rose Cline of Warner Robins, Susan Lyle Hill (David) of Alaska, Robert Lyle of Macon, Bridgette Lyle of South Carolina, and Barbra Lyle Oswald (Paul) of Smyrna; step children: Tina Horton of Perry and Denny Horton of Warner Robins; seven grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; and 2 great great grandsons. 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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Charles Neal Mahler

Jan 06, 1950 - Feb 05, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Mr. Charles “Neal” Mahler passed away February 5, 2024 at home with his beloved wife, Sally Mahler, by his side. He was born January 6, 1950 in Rosenberg, Texas to the late Leon and Patti Mahler. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his brother Larry Mahler. He had many professions over the years, getting his start as a machinist with Cameron Iron Works in Houston, TX. Neal later went to work for FMC in the oil and gas industry, holding a number of positions which allowed him to live and travel around the world. Later in life he owned his own home inspection business and eventually ended his career as correctional officer for the State of Florida. Neal enjoyed learning and trying new things; he was a fun guy who led a full and interesting life. Over his lifetime, he mastered several hobbies to include bonsai, fast draw competitive shooting (nationally ranked), woodworking, cooking, wine making, and baking cookies for his grandchildren. Neal was also an avid Houston Astros and Florida Gators fan. He enjoyed watching cooking shows and reading sci-fi. Neal was a proud Texan. It would be remiss to omit the love story of Neal and Sally. They were high school sweethearts from the small town of Orchard, TX who eloped to Houston following high school graduation. After two years of marriage, they realized how young they were and both decided it best to divorce. Thirty years later, Neal and Sally reconnected and eventually remarried, spending 24 years together. The two shared many adventures and made beautiful memories over the years. Neal is survived by his cherished wife Sally Mahler, children Amanda (Darin) Crowley, Wade Mahler, Casey Dean (Sean Connelly), and Kyle (Veronica) Mahler, grandchildren Cash and Delta Crowley, and Bowie Mahler; siblings Gaye (Don) Blunt and Steve (Angie) Mahler, and a host of extended friends and family. Neal was a loving husband, father, and dear friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew him. In lieu of flowers please donate to Saint Jude’s Hospital and cheer for the Houston Astros! 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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JoAnn H Sapp

Feb 19, 1934 - Feb 06, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

JoAnn H Sapp, 89, of Warner Robins, Georgia passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2024. The family will greet friends from 10:00 am - 11:00 am, Saturday at Snow's at Macon Memorial Park. Graveside services will follow at Macon Memorial Park Cemetery at 11:00 am with Rev. Mike Slade and Rev. Terry Sapp officiating. Mrs. Sapp was born February 19, 1934, in Bartow, Florida. She was a retired Clerk for the United States Postal Service and a devoted member of Second Baptist Church of Warner Robins. Her faith and her family were very dear to her. She was preceded in death by her husband: Curtis Sapp and a daughter-in-law: Peachy Sapp. Mrs. Sapp is survived by her sons: Tony Sapp (Rose), Steve Sapp (Rhonda), Charles Sapp (Joanie), Paul Sapp (Stacy) and Terry Sapp; and by numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Snow's at Macon Memorial Park has charge of arrangements. Condolences may be registered online at www.snowsmacon.com.

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Carol Denise Piersaul

Nov 15, 1953 - Feb 02, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Carol Denise Piersaul passed away on Friday, February 2nd, 2024 after her long battle with several illnesses. Born on November 15th, 1953, Carol was the daughter of Bobbie Joe Mack & James W. Mack, Sr. and Edward Partridge (biological father). Carol attended Riverside High School in Chattanooga and shortly after graduation, married Charles E. Piersaul Sr. who joined the United States Air Force. Carol lived all over the US and abroad (UK, Germany, Greece) accomplishing career accolades with AAFES, UPS and Navy Federal Credit Union. Carol had a big personality but the core of her was giving. Carol was the definition of a true giver and generous soul. Carol would say her proudest accomplishment were her children and grandchildren. She leaves her son Charles Piersaul Jr. (wife Leandra), Erica P. King (husband Shawn) and three grandchildren Devin P. Carr & Marcus King (Erica & Shawn) and Charlie S. Piersaul (Charles and Leandra). Carol is preceded in death by her parents, ex. husband, sisters Kathy Sanders & Melanie Jan Mack, aunt Sarah Harden and cousin Luther Peterson. Carol is survived by her brother James W. Mack Jr and sister Mary Wright (Chattanooga). She is also survived by three nephews and a niece; Kerry Jones (Rica), James W. Mack III, Ashley Sanders (Glenda), and Paul Sanders Jr. (Kerstin) as well as host of cousins including Jackie Aikens (Chattanooga), Barbara Pratt (Decatur), Kenneth Harden, and Alvin Harden. She also leaves behind many cousins, family members, extended family and many, many friends. The family would also like to recognize the Masonic Lodge1911, A Few Good Men for helping with arrangements, facilities and overall support in this trying time. A funeral service will be held at 11:00am Friday, February 9, 2024 at Nelsons Memorial Mortuary, 501 Elberta Rd. Warner Robins, GA 31093. Interment: Memorial Park Cemetery. The repass will be hosted by the lodge at 119 Market Street, Warner Robins, GA 31093 immediately after the graveside service Courtesy announcement by John P. Franklin Funeral Home, 1101 Dodds Avenue, 423-622-9995.

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Kenneth Bulliss, Jr.

Feb 13, 1962 - Feb 03, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Kenneth Bulliss, Jr., 61, passed away on Saturday, February 3, 2024. Services will be determined at a later date. Ken was born February 13, 1962 in Grand Rapids, Michigan to Kenneth, Sr. and Becky Bulliss. He worked in the automotive industry as a Parts and Service Manager. In Ken's spare time, he would cast a line to catch a few fish at his favorite fishing spots. On weekends, during football season, he loved to watch the Detroit Lions and the Michigan Wolverines play. In his younger years, Ken enjoyed attended drag races with family and friends. Ken was a friendly soul who never met a stranger and enjoyed making acquaintances with new people. He was a member of the local American Legion. Ken is preceded in death by his son, Kenny Bulliss and brother, Roger Bulliss. Ken is survived by his two daughters: Rebecca (Bruce) Schober of Texas and Melissa (Judson) Soule of Michigan; his parents: Kenneth, Sr. and Becky Bulliss; two grandchildren: Colton & Greta; and two sisters: Linda Bulliss and Sandy Boulware. Please sign the online guest registry at www.heritagememorialfuneralhome.com and leave a personal condolence. Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory is honored to be entrusted with the arrangements.

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Donald Lee Hitch, Jr.

Apr 23, 1945 - Jan 31, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Donald Lee Hitch, Jr., 78, of Warner Robins, Georgia passed away on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. A service will be held at a later date. Mr. Hitch was born in Norfolk, Virginia on April 23, 1945 to the late Donald Lee Hitch, Sr., and Sarah Louise White. Donald proudly served his country in the United States Army Air National Guard, where he obtained the rank of Sergeant before retiring. In his free time, he enjoyed technology whether it be playing on his computer or working on any kind of electronics. He was a simple man that enjoyed the little things. Above all, the time he spent with his family and grandkids was what he cherished most. He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his loving wife, Leslie Roberta Valerie Hitch; brother, Tobin Bryan Hitch, Sr. Left to cherish his memory are his children, Katherine (Tyler) Griffin, Anne Louise Hitch and Donald (Christina) Hitch, III.; sister, Camille Smith; brother, Kevin Hitch and grandchildren, Logan, Delaney, Connor, Danielle, Kariena, Allison and Madelyn; sister in law, Rhonda Hitch; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may sign the online guestbook at www.fairhavenmacon.com Fairhaven Funeral Home and Cremation Services has charge of arrangements.  

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Eric David Milton

Dec 03, 1966 - Jan 28, 2024

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Warner Robins, GA

Eric David Milton, of Warner Robins, GA, passed away suddenly on Sunday, January 28, 2024, due to heart failure and complications from Type II Diabetes. He was 57 years old. Eric was born in Toledo, Ohio, on December 3, 1966, the firstborn son of Charlotte Sue (Crumbaker) St. John and Larry St. John. When his parents brought him home from the hospital, Eric had a 50% chance of living due to a pinched aorta in his heart. At the age of 2 ½, Eric underwent an open-heart surgery that was not only remarkable for its complexity on a patient so young but also because it was the first of its kind in Toledo. He survived and thrived, wearing his zipper scar as a badge of persistence through challenge while growing his strength as a bodybuilder. Eric grew up in Madisonville, Kentucky. He graduated in 1985 from Madisonville North Hopkins High School, where he played the trumpet in the marching band. Eric began working at a young age, delivering a paper route by bicycle with his younger brother, Jeff. In 1988, Eric joined the U.S. Navy. He became a storekeeper and helmsman on the USS Providence, SSN-719, a nuclear submarine stationed in New Groton, Connecticut. He served during the Gulf War and was honorably discharged in 1992. The same year, his stepfather, Kenneth Milton, formally adopted him. On April 28, 2001, Eric married his childhood sweetheart, Leslie Ann Crumbaker Dusek. They spent many years doting on family members in Michigan and Texas and delighting in their shared love of good food. From Mexican migas to seafood and Alpine Quiche, it was never a family celebration with a delicious meal. Nicknamed “Bubba” by his little sister Melissa, Eric was known for his endless supply of bear hugs, fierce loyalty, and gentle spirit. He patiently served as the jungle gym of choice for generations of young family members. Eric read widely, explored his intellectual side at Lake Superior State University, and spent a few years in spiritual contemplation as a monk at St. Benedict Monastery in Oxford, Michigan. His serious and organized mind also lent itself to inventory and sales jobs in hardware stores and industrial supply warehouses. His favorite role by far was working with Leslie as a professional over-the-road truck driving team. This job took them on the adventure of a lifetime, traveling millions of miles all over the United States and even up to Canada. Eric is survived by his wife, Leslie Ann Milton and mother Charlotte Sue Milton, both of Warner Robins, GA; biological father Larry St. John (Judy) of Perrysburg, Ohio; Stepson Gary A. Dusek (Lindsey Johnson) of San Marcos, TX; Stepdaughter Sarah Dusek of Chadron, NE; brother Jeffery L. Milton (Nicole) of Howell, MI; sister Melissa Milton-Pung (Barnaby) of Ann Arbor, MI; stepbrother John Rublaitus (Thoibi) of California; brother Will St. John of Ohio; brother Robert St. John of Ohio; sister Mary Katherine Hughes (Seth) of Washington State; cousin Gary L. Milton (Kathy) of Macon, GA; several nephews, a niece, and many cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth Milton. Eric leaves a hole in his family as big as his heart, an extraordinarily strong muscle that beat the odds to live with 54 more loving years than initially predicted. No funeral services are planned. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for those who remember Eric to be kind to others and donate to the March of Dimes https://www.marchofdimes.org/.

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