Service – Thursday 3/30 11 AM Chapel of Mowell PTC
vis – Wed 6-8 Pm
he will be cremated after the funeral
Service – Thursday 3/30 11 AM Chapel of Mowell PTC
vis – Wed 6-8 Pm
he will be cremated after the funeral
Lori Lee Mills, 54, of Atlanta passed away suddenly on Friday, March 24, 2017. Born on January 23, 1963 in Atlanta, GA, Lori Lee was the beloved daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Walter and Sue Mills. Lori Lee was an Interior Designer with the family-owned business, Frances Stone Interiors in Fayetteville. Lori was very talented and was a magnificent chef who enjoyed hosting and cooking for family and friends. Once you met Lori, you never forgot her. She loved to travel and also loved the outdoors and nature. Lori was a member of Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta.
Lori was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Frances and Dan Stone, and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stark Mills. She is survived by her parents, Walter and Sue; her brother, Walter Morgan Mills, Jr. of Fayetteville; and her husband, Dr. Victor Kubbeh of Rancho Mirage, CA.
Her funeral service will be at 1:30 PM on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at her parents’ home at 425 Cameron Valley Court, N.W., Sandy Springs, GA, with Larry Cox and John White, friends of the family, officiating. Graveside services will follow at Arlington Memorial Park in Sandy Springs. The family will receive friends at their residence on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 3:00-6:00 PM and also on Wednesday from 12:00 -1:30 PM prior to the service.
mowell – FYT
Funeral service will be held Wed 3/29 at 1:00 PM in the Chapel of Mowell FH, FYT
Visit: WED 11:00 – 1:00 pm
Burial – Riverdale First Baptist Church Cemetery
visitation: Mon 5-7 @ Peachtree City location
Service: Tue 11a @ Holy Trinity Catholic Church
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It is with sad hearts that we announce that David William Ingraham Sr., 76, went home to be with his Lord on Saturday, March 18, 2017. David Ingraham was born January 3, 1941 in Cleveland, OH to the late William C. and Helen R. (Sobczynski) Ingraham. David spent most of his life in Michigan. He lived in Marshall, MI with his parents where his love for the outdoors began to develop. He loved fishing, golfing, and time spent with his family.
David moved to Three Rivers where he graduated from Three Rivers High School in 1959. After graduating with a two year degree from Whirlpool Technical College in Benton Harbor, he transferred to Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. He operated a bookstore with his parents, enlisted in the Air Force, returned to Three Rivers to serve as police officer, and then worked in the engineering department of The [Kadant] Johnson Corporation for 24 years before retiring in 1999. It was also in Three Rivers that he met the love of his life, Linda L. (Goodwin) Ingraham. They were united in marriage May 22, 1971 and lived most of their married life in Three Rivers.
David was also involved in serving His Lord in many different ways throughout his life. Together with his wife Linda, he was involved the youth ministry at Howardsville Gospel Chapel. He would often be found with his Bible open, reading of the many promises found in God’s Word, jotting down notes, and committing them to memory.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Richard Ingraham. David is survived by his wife, Linda L. (Goodwin) Ingraham of Fairburn, GA; two sons, David (Jen) Ingraham of Ada, MN, and Rob (Sandy) Ingraham of Fayetteville, GA; and nine grandchildren, Dylan, Caleb (Rebecca), Zachary, Jordan, Abigail, Noah, Grace, and Emma.
The family will hold a private service in Georgia.
Marvin Ray Akins, 82, of Fayetteville, passed away March 22, 2017.
Marvin is survived by his sisters, Peggy Akins Baker and Gloria (Jack) Patterson; brothers, Charles (Sandra) Akins, Ward (Patricia) Akins, and Wayne (Jean) Akins.
A funeral service will be held Saturday, March 25, 2017, at 11:00 AM at the Chapel of Mowell Funeral Home, Fayetteville. Burial will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, College Park. The family will receive friends prior to the service at 10:00 AM at the funeral home.
Mary Ellen McElroy Gray, 79, peacefully passed away on March 8th, 2017, at Southwest Christian Hospice in Union City, GA. She was born and raised in Ethel, MS by her late parents Ottis and Eula McElroy. While living in Haddonfield, New Jersey MaryEllen worked for Sunoco Sun Oil. She began her career there as an Administrative Assistant and after a short period of time she became one of the companies top Accounting Executives. She prided herself on her work with Sunoco Sun Oil.
In early 2000, Mary Ellen retired to Peachtree City, GA. There she enjoyed the new home she and her husband had purchased. She loved the rose gardens her husband planted for her, playing bridge; participating in Sunday school at their new church Flat Creek Baptist Church she also enjoyed driving the golf carts along the many paths of Peachtree City, GA. Eventually Mary Ellen decided it was time to make another move. This move brought her to Arbor Terrace. Their Mary Ellen enjoyed all the amenities an Independent Living Facility offered. While living there Mary Ellen never met a stranger and always shared her angelic smile and kinds words with those that had the pleasure of knowing her.
Mary Ellen was well known for her rosy cheeks and angelic smile. She always had a kind word and warm loving heart to share with those that where blessed to call her friend. Kathleen, Todd, Connor and Cameron Chambers will cherish Mary Ellen’s memory forever. She will forever be a part of their hearts as well as all the friends and loved ones that she left here on earth to cherish and carry on her wonderful kind spirit.
Mary Ellen is predeceased by her husband George H. Gray, Sr. (1/16/2017) and her son Chip Gray (9/16/2001). She is survived by her daughter-in-law Cathie Gray and grandson Nathaniel Gray of Pasadena, CA.
Sweet Mary Ellen you are free now, soar with the angels and live your life as you have longed to for so long. You are at Peace. Eternal Rest grant unto you Mary Ellen and let your Perpetual Light Shine on Forever.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 1:00 PM in the Chapel of Carl J. Mowell and Son, Peachtree City. Expressions of sympathy may be made in the form of donations to Southwest Christian Hospice, Union City, GA. http://www.swchristiancare.org/
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The Honorable Richard Paul Klein (Rich), 71, of Peachtree City, GA passed away on Monday, March 20, 2017 in the Memory Care Center at Somerby. He was surrounded by his devoted family and just as his Pastor finished reading prayers, he passed into God’s loving arms. Rich was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease in 2008 and retired early from his position as an Administrative Law Judge for the Merit System Protection Board. Rich was born on May 5, 1945 to the late Reverend Frank O. Klein and Ruth Klinzing Klein in Pittsburgh, PA. He moved to Suitland, MD at age five and resided there until he left for college. He was the epitome of goodness and righteousness in the court system. Rich believed in civil rights for everyone which was evidenced by his exemplary performance over the years. He combined his degrees in theology and law to ensure fair hearings and was a mentor to many younger attorneys in his office.
Rich was always an avid sports fan and grew up playing baseball and basketball in school. He played golf for four years on his college team and continued playing until four years ago when his many golf buddies helped him navigate the Flat Creek course. He thoroughly enjoyed his many years on a men’s travel fast-pitch softball team. Rich coached his son’s Buckhead baseball little league teams and is still fondly referred to as “Coach Klein” by former players. He and his wife had season tickets over the years to the Hawks, Braves and Falcons, and he passed along his incredible love of sports to his three sons.
Rich earned a degree in Political Science from Capital University in Columbus, OH, a Masters of Theology degree from Trinity Lutheran Seminary and a Juris Doctorate from University of Maryland Law School.
He was a lifelong Lutheran who served as Congregational President several times and served on numerous committees, including several at the national level. He thoroughly enjoyed working to build homes with Habitat for Humanity and traveled as a chaperone to ELCA national youth conventions.
Rich was honored to serve as the Parlimentarian at the ELCA Southeastern Synod Assembly meetings and teaching LOGOS classes at his church.
He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Leslie Davis Klein. They were married in Washington, DC in 1969 and moved to Atlanta, GA in 1975. They enjoyed traveling in the US and abroad, but were happiest spending time at Hilton Head Island with family and friends. They have three sons living in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Jeff and Allison live in Peachtree City with their children, Davis and Anne Marie. David and Betsy live in Sandy Springs with their daughter Della. Michael and July live in Alpharetta with their daughters, Milly and Emmy. Rich delighted in spending time playing with and teasing his grandchildren. They will have fond memories of visiting their PapPap at the “hotel”. Rich has two loving sisters: and their Judy Klein Taylor and her husband Bob from Asheville, NC and Linda Klein Hall and her husband Gary from the Outer Banks, NC. He has one nephew, Robert Taylor, Jr. (Jennifer), and four nieces, Kristina Taylor Lewis (Eric), Ashley Hall Shoemaker (Ben), Lindsay Hall Weber (Steven), and Sara Davis.
The memorial service for Judge Klein will be Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church, 101 N Peachtree Parkway, Peachtree City. Visitation will be held prior to the service at 10:00 AM. A reception will follow the service. Prior to cremation, at his request, his family donated his brain and spinal cord to Emory University Alzheimer’s Research Center. Carl J. Mowell & Son Funeral Home in Peachtree City is in charge of arrangements. He will be interred in the Columbarium at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contribution be made to Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church or to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s disease in your area. Rich’s family and friends participated in this walk several times and pray that a cure for this horrible disease will soon be found.
The family would like to thank Dr. Allan Levey and his staff at Emory University Neurological Center, the staff in the Memory Care Center at Somerby, and Gentiva Hospice who lovingly cared for their “Judge” until his final day.
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