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|Bob Nuchols||RE: Mary Ellen Cat|
Thanks Marcus. It has been deleted. Have a great day.
|John L. Mathis||RE: David Herman|
I got to go up there and check on Mom's grave I will check that one out thank you.
|John L. Mathis||RE: David Herman|
I will see about getting up there and doing that thanks.
|David L Norris||RE: June Barnett 155393349|
Thanks for providing the correct location of death for June Barnett; I will make the change to her memorial immediately. Thanks!
David L Norris
|Linda Garrett||Find A Grave Memorial# 142858702|
Mr. Moss thought you might be interested in this info. If you do decide to post, please omit the names of all living individuals for privacy.
The North Georgia News; Blairsville, GA 30512
November 11, 2015; Page 11A
Jennifer Mason Burns (Jenny) passed away on Wednesday, November 4, at Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth GA after a period of declining health.
Jenny as she was known to most, was born to the late Oscar and Lorene Bryant Mason on June 24, 1951.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by husband of over 30 years, Donnie Burns, and brother, Wayland Mason.
She grew up in Blairsville, GA, and graduated from Union County High School in 1969. After graduation, she lived for a few years in Blairsville before moving to Fontana Village, NC. It was there she met the love of her life, Donnie Burns, and settled in western North Carolina for many years. Over twenty years ago, she was transferred by her employer, Rite Aide Drug Stores, to Erwin, TN. They remained in their adopted home town until Donnie's death in February 2015.
Jenny is survived by brothers Charles E. and Frances Mason, Blairsville; Baxter and JoAnn Mason, Dacula, GA; and sister, Patsy M. and James Cook of Duluth, GA; two step-sons: Jerry Jenkins and wife Cyndi, Bryson City; and Bryan Burns and wife Mergina of Kentucky. Also surviving is her aunt, Pauline and Ronald Taylor of Blairsville, and mother-in-law, Fannie Burns of Bryson City; step granddaughter, Ashley Jenkins of Bryson City.
She leaves behind a wealth of extended family including three nephews, five nieces, five grand nieces and nephews, whom she loved dearly.
She also leaves behind her special family, the Burns family of Bryson City.
Pallbearers: Alan Cook, Brian Cook, Eddie Mason, Steve George, Jason Cook and Cody Cook.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, November 7th in the chapel of Crisp Funeral Home. Rev. Roger Roland officiated with burial in Swain Memorial Park.
The family received friends from 1 until 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.
|Bulldog Fan||RE: Dennis Clay Reece 144939446|
You're welcome Marcus.
|Vickie Oates Woods||RE: Picture|
Thank you Marcus! I ran across that today in Facebook and thought it was perfect for it. To me, it sums up the reason we do what we do in Find a Grave. Take care and have a good weekend. Thanks again.
|Kate McQueen Kretchmer||RE: Jerry L Cochran 136324905|
I never even noticed the mistake in the birth year of Jerry. I'd say the funeral home made a mistake.
Good detective work.
Was wondering if you would mind to transfer management of Paul Alexander Carden Jr, he was father.
Added by Paula M. on Nov 15, 2014 12:12 PM
|Vickie Oates Woods||RE: Sandy Norman 132151053|
No Marcus, no point in doing that. We had ours in different cemeteries. My page for her was placed in the same Norton Cemetery that her parents are in. A gentleman sent me a message this a.m. pointing out my dupe. Both of ours was made the same day, but your number was lower. I appreciate your offer, but the important thing is that she has a page, not who created it. Thanks again Marcus.
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