Timothy Harden, Jr. ’49

Dr. Timothy Harden, Jr., 92, of Athens, passed away Tuesday, January 17, 2017.

As a loving father, an outstanding citizen, patriot, and prominent physician, he exemplified the “greatest generation.”

Born in Macon, GA, he was the son of Dr. Timothy Harden Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Stubbs Harden. Dr. Harden was an Eagle Scout and graduated from Lanier High School for Boys with letters in football, basketball, and track. He attended Georgia Tech in the fall of 1942 prior to enlisting in the U.S. Army during WWII.

As a member of the 406th Infantry Regiment of the 102nd Division, he fought in the European Theatre, including driving on the Red Ball Express and meeting the Russians at the Elbe River. He finished his service as a Sargeant First Class, receiving a Good Conduct Medal.

Upon returning from the war, Dr. Harden attended and graduated from Davidson College (Class of 49), where he was on the track team and President of the Sigma Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order. He then earned his M.D. from Emory University (Class of 53) and established his Internal Medicine practice in Decatur, GA, which spanned 40 years.

At various times during his career, he served as President of the DeKalb Medical Society, Vice Chief of Medical Staff at DeKalb General Hospital, President of the Medical Staff at Wesley Woods Health Center, Medical Director of Emory Convalescent Home, and Vice President of the Medical Unit at the DeKalb Heart Association.

Dr. Harden also served on the board of trustees at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School, as Chairman of Boy Scout Troop 55, and for many years as an elder at Emory Presbyterian Church. Most importantly, he will be remembered for being a very kind, considerate, and caring gentleman who always put others first.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sisters, Mary Rosalyn Harden and Dorothea Elizabeth Harden Keen; a grandson, Joseph Benjamin Harden; a great-granddaughter, Austin Evans; and a great-grandson, Cash Evans.

Survivors include his loving wife, Catherine Bracken Moore Harden; four children, Dr. Roslyn Harden Scott (Randy), Laura Elizabeth Harden, Timothy Harden III (Lori), and C. Reid Harden; three step children, Cathy Murphy (Philip), Velinda Evans (David), and Alva C. Moore; nine grandchildren, Kelsey Scott Donald, Rachel Harden, Jessica Scott Westbrooks, Taylor Harden, Commander Ryan Murphy, Ashley Murphy, Dr. Tammy Evans Yonce, David Evans III, and Jason Evans; and ten great-grandchildren.

A family visitation will be held Friday, January 20, 2017, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Lord & Stephens on Lexington Rd. in Athens.

The memorial service will be held Saturday, January 21, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. at Lord & Stephens on Lexington Rd. in Athens.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to – Emory University School of Medicine (404-727-8875)

Lord and Stephens, East is in charge of arrangements.



Published in Athens Banner-Herald on Jan. 19, 2017


James “Jim” Comer Gaither, Sr. ’57

Dr. James (Jim) Comer Gaither, Sr., passed peacefully at his home in Newton, North Carolina, Sunday evening at 10:30 pm, January 15th, 2017. Dr. Gaither suffered from Leukemia and was taken home to our Lord after an extended battle with the illness.

Dr. Gaither loved the community where he was born, and he returned following medical school with his beloved wife Rachel to found his medical practice and raise a family.

Dr. Jim Gaither was born October 19th, 1934 in Newton, North Carolina, to Mrs. Allie Comer Gaither and William Cowles Gaither. Jim and Rachel Gaither were married on September 8, 1959 at the Davidson College Chapel.

Dr. Gaither attended Newton Conover High School and graduated in 1953. Jim went on to attend Davidson College where he majored in Biology and graduated in 1957. While attending Washington University Medical School in St. Louis Jim met the love of his life and his wife of 57 years, Rachel Cole.

Before returning to begin his practice as one of the youngest physicians at the newly constructed Catawba Memorial Hospital, Jim served in the United States Army where he was stationed overseas in Germany with his wife and young family.

Dr. Gaither opened his internal medicine practice with his friend and partner Dr. Arthur Lynn directly across the street from Catawba Memorial Hospital. After Gaither and Lynn were joined later by the late Dr. Edward Boone it was estimated that at one time the three physicians of Gaither, Lynn and Boone had over 20,000 Catawba County residents that called these physicians their doctor.

The medical practice of Gaither, Lynn and Boone continued to grow and eventually relocated under the name of Catawba Valley Internal Medicine. Dr. Jim Gaither admired and respected his colleagues and had the privilege of working with the fine men and women who make up one of the most respected medical communities anywhere.

Dr. Jim Gaither served on numerous boards and committees and was always available to serve the community he loved so much. He was a lifelong member of First Presbyterian Church of Newton. He shared a love of sports both as a participant and observer.

His humble and giving nature, his sharp wit and his enduring friendship and loyalty will be greatly missed by the many who knew and loved him.

Dr. Jim Gaither is survived by his loving wife, Rachel Gaither and by his brother and lifelong friend, Albert Gaither. Jim and Rachel Gaither had three children and eleven grandchildren.

Dr. Gaither is survived by his son, Cole Alexander Gaither and his wife, Anita McCaslin Gaither and their three children, Zachary Alexander Gaither, Jordan Rose Gaither and Benjamin Richard Gaither.

Jim and Rachel’s beloved grandson, Mathew Cole Gaither, preceded his grandfather in death in 2014. Dr. Gaither is also survived by his son, James Comer Gaither, Jr. and his wife Beth Proctor Gaither and their four children, Amelia Wyant Gaither, Andrew Proctor Gaither, William Worth Gaither and James Nicholas Gaither.

Dr. Gaither is survived by his daughter, Rachel Leigh Gaither Maier, and her husband, Major Karl Patrick Maier, U S Army and their three children, Patrick Kenneth Maier, Jacob Comer Maier, and Clancy Alexandra Maier.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Newton. The Revs. Connie Button, Fred Thompson and Smith Sharpe will officiate. The family will receive friends following the service in the church fellowship hall.

The family will receive friends on Friday, January 20, 2017 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home.

Memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church, 701 N. Main Avenue, Newton, NC or the charity of one’s choice in the name of Dr. James C. Gaither Sr.

Warren Coleman Leamon ’60

Warren Coleman Leamon, 78, of Athens GA passed away peacefully, Saturday January 14th, in his home.

A requiem mass in his honor will be held at the UGA Catholic Center, 1344 South Lumpkin Avenue Athens, on Friday January 27th at 11am.Burial will follow at Winterville Cemetery.

Chickens roamed in the yard as Warren was born on his family dining room table on East Wesley Road NW Atlanta, in 1938.

Warren graduated from North Fulton High School in 1956, and pursued further studies at Davidson College, the University of Georgia, and Vanderbilt University before earning a PhD in English from University College in Dublin Ireland. Warren worked as a Associate Professor of English, a poet, a novelist, and a literary critic.

Warren began his academic career at the University of Georgia in the 1970s and retired from the University of Hiroshima in Hiroshima Japan at the turn of the century. Warren liked to say that he never lived anywhere that did not lose “the War”.

Warren published poems and critical reviews during his retirement years, while splitting his time between Athens GA and Blairsville GA.

Warren is survived by his children, Sarah Leamon Turula, Dominic Leamon, and William Leamon, and his grandchildren Dominic and Jane Turula.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to the University of Georgia Foundation, in care of the Libraries. Lord and Stephens, East is in charge of arrangements. www.lordandstephens.com

Published in Athens Banner-Herald on Jan. 20, 2017



Harris Wakefield Asbury, Sr. ’53

Harris Wakefield Asbury, Sr., 85, of Opelika, passed away Thursday, January 5, 2017, following a brief illness.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at First United Methodist Church of Opelika at 1:00 p.m. CST on Saturday, January 7, with The Rev. Dr. Tim Thompson and The Rev. Dr. Randy Woodham officiating. A reception for family and friends will immediately follow the service in the fellowship hall.

Harris was born on D-Day, June 6, 1931, in Elberton, GA, the second son born to Alice “Sammy” and Frank Logan Asbury.

The family moved often with the textile industry during Harris’s life, landing in Opelika in 1944. It was there that he met and began dating Anna Cowart Salter. Harris lettered in football, basketball and baseball as an Opelika High School Bulldog.

Following graduation from OHS in 1949, Harris attended Davidson College before transferring to Emory University in Atlanta in 1950 where he played tennis and served as president of Kappa Alpha Fraternity and the Arnold Air Society. He graduated from Emory in 1953 with a degree in history. He joined the U.S. Air Force as a lieutenant and was based in Antigo, Wisconsin.

In October 1954, Harris traveled to Atlanta for a Georgia Tech football game, and Anna asked him to marry her; they were married six weeks later on December 18, 1954, at First United Methodist Church in Opelika.

After being honorably discharged from the USAF in the fall of 1955, the couple moved from Wisconsin to Atlanta where they lived until early 1960 when they returned to Opelika and Harris joined Alabama Office Supply, Co.

He took the reins of AOS in the late 60s; and although he handed the business over to his son, Wake, in the mid-80s, he continued to have a daily presence at the store until October, 2015.

Harris was an avid golfer, a member of Saugahatchee Country Club for many years and was very involved in the Opelika community. He coached Little League baseball, served as the local president of Kiwanis Club (1973-74), lieutenant governor of the Alabama District of Kiwanis International (1978-79), president of the Opelika Chamber of Commerce (1974), president of the Opelika Downtown Business Association (1976-77) and presided over many boards and committees at First United Methodist Church, where he was named Man of the Year in 1967.

He taught Sunday School classes at FUMC for more than 40 years, at least 25 of those teaching high school seniors. He was a scholar on the four Gospels, James and the Apostle Paul. Some who had Harris as a teacher credit him with teaching them everything they know about the Bible.

Harris was the ultimate “people person” with a genuine love for people. He went out of his way to help anybody he could in any way he could. He was a peacemaker who was very slow to anger and quick to forgive. He had a great sense of humor, loved to laugh, enjoyed a good story and/or joke and was a master at telling both.

He enjoyed being a part of several morning coffee clubs, the Cowboys and The Hustlers at SCC. He loved spending time with his numerous friends of all generations and walks of life, and especially with his family.

Harris was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Alice Asbury Stone, and his brother, Frank L. Asbury, Jr.

He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Anna; son and daughter-in-law, Wake (H. Wakefield Jr.) and Joan (Odom) Asbury; and daughter Kate Asbury Larkin, all of Opelika; six grandchildren, Tyler and Will Grogan and Field (H. Wakefield III) and Holly Asbury of Atlanta, Anna Asbury Larkin of Arlington, VA, Bo Larkin, Lucas Asbury, and Duncan Asbury, all of Auburn; and two great-grandsons, William Stark Grogan, Jr., and Bascom Asbury Grogan, both of Atlanta.

The family would like to thank all their friends for their incredible support, especially, Bill Garrett, Bob Patton, David Canon, Gary Loper, Tonya Greathouse of Loving Hands Senior Care and her staff (Ahmed, Erica, Jessica, Diane, Sandra, Lexi and Stephen) and Compassus Hospice Care.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests a contribution be made to First United Methodist Church of Opelika (702 Avenue A, Opelika, AL 36801), the East Alabama Medical Center Foundation (2000 Pepperell Pkwy., Opelika, AL 36801) or any charity that assists those who need a helping hand.

Jeffcoat-Trant Funeral Home & Crematory is handling arrangements. www.jeffcoattrant.com

  © Copyright 2017, Opelika-Auburn News, Opelika, AL

Charles Langdon Rutherford ’59

charlie-rutherfordDr. Charles Langdon Rutherford, Jr., age 79, passed away on Thursday, December 29, 2016. Charles was a native of Mobile, Alabama, the son of Dr. Charles Langdon Rutherford and Nell Schley Rutherford.

He graduated from The McCallie School in 1955, Davidson College in 1959, and the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 1963.

Charles served 2 years in the United States Air Force following medical school graduation. He then practiced medicine with Mobile Urology Group, P.A. until his retirement in 1992.

Charles was a past President of the Alabama Urological Association and of the Alabama Chapter of The American College of Surgeons. He served on Board of Censors for the State Medical Association Board of Examiners, and was a founding director of The Bank of Mobile, which became BankTrust.

Dr. Rutherford also served on the Boards of The Julius T. Wright School for Girls (now UMS-Wright Preparatory School), Boy Scouts of America (Mobile Area Council), and the University of South Alabama Medical School Foundation.

Early in his career he was a Clinical Professor of Urology at the University of South Alabama Medical School, and he was also a member of several mystic organizations. Charles was a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Mobile.

Dr. Rutherford is survived by his wife of 53 years, Harriet Kelly Rutherford; his two daughters, Harriet Sharman Rutherford and Sydney Rutherford Milling (Brooks); 6 grandchildren, Sydney Gaillard Broughton, Langdon Broughton Murphy (Jack), Agee Stallworth Broughton, IV, Nell Frances Milling, Brooks Pitman Milling, Jr., and Charles Rutherford Milling; his brother, John Schley Rutherford (Laura); nephew John Schley Rutherford, Jr.; and niece Lee Rutherford Adams (Sumner); and numerous cousins.

A graveside funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday December 31, 2016, at Pine Crest Cemetery in Mobile. Visitation will be graveside following the service.

Memorial contributions may be made to Wilmer Hall Children’s Home in Mobile.

Published in the Mobile Register and Baldwin County on Jan. 1, 2017

Joe Haywood Sugg, Sr. ’57

joe-suggJoe Haywood Sugg Sr. passed away on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, 2016 at Cone Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina with his loving family by his side. His health had been declining since Aug. 24, 2016. He had just celebrated his 84th birthday on Dec. 19.

He was a native of Ellerbe, North Carolina. He was the oldest of four children born to Joe Porter Sugg of Ellerbe and Carrie Ann Haywood of Candor.

Joe was a Korean War Veteran and graduated from Davidson College with a BS degree in Business. His career started with American Oil Company in Charlotte, North Carolina. Joe was self-employed most of his life.

He was a very successful entrepreneur in multiple businesses throughout his life including Sugg’s Auto Sales and Sugg Realty. Joe loved flying and earned his pilot’s license as a young man. He loved spending time at Ocean Isle Beach with his family and friends. He never met a stranger and was loved by all who met him.

He married Mary Ann Callihan of Star (his high school sweetheart). They had four children, 12 grand children, and two great grand children.

Joe was preceded in death by his first born, Kayren Sugg D’Auvray of Wilmington; his parents, Porter and Carrie Sugg of Ellerbe; two brothers, Boot of Greensboro and John of Julian; and one sister, Johnsie Sugg Avent of Wilmington; one half sister, Kathryn Ann Sugg of Ellerbe.

Joe is survived by his wife, Mary Ann Callihan Sugg of 61 years; his only son, Joe Sugg, Jr. (Donna) of Julian; two daughters, Charlene Sugg Pegram and Marcia Sugg Lane both of Greensboro; half brothers Porter and Bob Sugg; half sister Mary Sugg Tyler. Twelve grand children: Val, Xan, and Keefe D’Auvray of Wilmington; Garrett (Nicole) Sugg of Charlotte; Ashlyn Sugg of Greensboro; Matthew Patterson (Catherine Brockway) of Belews Creek; Benjamin and Michael Pegram of Greensboro; Todd Lane, Jr. of Greensboro; Bill Lane of Fayetteville; Heather and Erica Lane of Greensboro. Two great grand children: Brayden Sugg of Charlotte; Jaxon Patterson of Belews Creek.

Friends and family will meet from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 30, 2016 at Forbis and Dick Funeral Home in Pleasant Garden. A memorial service will be held at Alamance Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016 at 11 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Alamance Presbyterian Church in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Forbis and Dick Pleasant Garden Chapel is serving the Sugg family.

Online condolences may be made to www.forbisanddick.com

 Published in Richmond County Daily Journal from Dec. 28 to Dec. 29, 2016

Fred Elvin Lewis III ’66

Mr. Fred Elvin Lewis III, age 73, of Mount Airy, passed away Thursday December 22, 2016, at Bermuda Commons in Advance.

Mr. Lewis was born in Forsyth County, on November 2, 1943, the son of the late Fred E. Lewis, Jr., and Stella Pfaff Lewis.

He graduated from Mineral Springs High School in Winston-Salem and Davidson College; and proudly served our country in Korea as a Captain in the United States Army.

Mr. Lewis then graduated from Wake Forest Law School and practiced law with Woltz, Lewis and LaPrade in Mount Airy for many years.

He was a member of the Elks Lodge, Sunrise Rotary, the Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce, and a member of Central United Methodist Church where he served in the choir.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Rachel B. Lewis; sons, Fred E. Lewis, IV “Lou” and wife Lori; and Russell Lewis and wife Jennifer; grandchildren, Connor Lewis, Griffin Lewis, Ava Lewis and Grace Lewis; a sister Ann L. Jenkins and a brother-in-law, Jerome Still, Jr.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Lewis was preceded in death by a sister, Nancy L. Still.

All services for Mr. Lewis will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Central United Methodist Church at 1909 N. Main St., Mt. Airy, NC 27030 or to the charity of the donor’s choice.

Edwin Garrett Hardin ’49

Edwin G. Hardin, 88, passed away Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Columbus, NC.

Edwin was born in Shelby, NC to the late Charles and Annie Louise Dillon Hardin. He was preceded in death by his wife Ethelwyn Rice Hardin.

Ed attended Davidson College for his undergraduate degree, then Clemson University for graduate school. After graduation Ed enlisted in the United States Navy and served during the Korean War on the USS Oriskany.

It was during this time he met and married Ethelwyn. He returned to Clemson to teach, he has been an avid Tigers fan and is known as one of the founding members of the “Esso Club”. He has been a native to Polk County since moving here in  1992.

Edwin is survived by his daughter; Valerie E. Hardin of Richmond, VA,  his son; Garrett M. Hardin of N. Chesterfield, VA, his nieces Anne Arbogast of Toccoa, GA and Laura Morris Yarborough  and nephews Tom and Peter Yarborough all of Charlotte, NC

Memorials may be made to the IPTAY, P.O. Box 1529, Clemson, SC 29633. Services will be held at a later date..

An online guest register is available at www.mcfarlandfuneralchapel.com


McFarland Funeral Chapel

Tryon, NC

Reid Garrett Hinson ’78

reidReid Garrett Hinson, 60, died unexpectedly on December 20, 2016 at his home in Charlotte.

Reid was born in Rockingham, NC on Nov. 11, 1956 to Robin Ledbetter Hinson and Frances Garrett Hinson, both of whom preceded him in death.

Reid is survived by his best friend and wife, Catherine Cooper, whom he adored; his brothers, Robin L Hinson, Jr. and Minor Thurlow Hinson; his sons, Reid G. Hinson, Jr. and Mills Gray Hinson; his step-daughter and step-son, Alice Williamson Jones (Heath) and Samuel Cooper Williamson (Linda Ketsche); and three step-grandchildren, Bennett, Clara, and Maxwell.

Reid grew up in Rockingham, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem. He was a 1974 graduate of RJ Reynolds High School, and a 1978 graduate of Davidson College. He then became a US Naval Officer for 5 years, retiring as Lt. Commander. During his Navy time he was Navigator as well as Gunnery & Assistant Combat Systems Officer on the destroyer USS O’Brien, and Professor of Naval Science at Mass. Maritime Academy.

Reid then attended UNC Law School, where he won American Jurisprudence Awards in Admiralty and Legal Research and Writing. He was admitted to the NC Bar in 1986.

Reid began his legal career in Wilmington, NC, first as associate and partner with the Murchison, Taylor firm, and in 1991 as partner with Clark, Newton, Hinson & McLean.

Reid was a trial attorney and represented business litigants, insurers, personal injury claimants, and defendants in matters such as shareholder, commercial lease and contract disputes, admiralty and maritime claims, products liability, and environmental matters.

He managed his firm while also being lead counsel in cases and appeals at all NC trial and appellate court levels, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, and the US Court of Appeals. Reid was a member of the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute.

>In 1999, he relocated to Charlotte where he had his own general practice before joining the City Attorney’s Office in 2005. Beginning in 2006 he retired from active practice but continued to take document review projects until full retirement.

Reid was fond of saying that he “grew up in the country” in Richmond County, where he acquired his love of the outdoors, animals, general mischief, and driving any vehicle or piece of equipment which could be driven. His love of water began at Camp Sea Gull, and he became an expert boat captain and sailor.

While in the Navy he earned his private pilot license and enjoyed flying. Reid was musically gifted, and was a pre-teen prodigy as a bluegrass and old-time guitar player and singer.

At the age of 13, he hitchhiked to Deep Gap, NC, where he played music with Doc Watson and the Watson extended family, becoming adept at Doc’s singular cross-picking style. The old folks were quite impressed by his talent and taste.

Reid went on to perform solo, and with the “old timers” and others at festivals across the South. He worked as a studio musician in NY for friends on several important albums and later formed his own band locally.

Reid’s moral compass unerringly pointed to honor, integrity and, above all, kindness. His greatest gifts to his loved ones were his big and loving heart, keen intellect, and spirit of adventure and fun. Thank you, Reid.

A Memorial Service for Reid will be held at Providence United Methodist Church at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 29.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Habitat For Humanity, The Wounded Warrior Project, or other charity of your choice.

Robertson Funeral and Cremation Service is serving the family.

Published in Charlotte Observer on Dec. 25, 2016

James Edward Herndon ’49

james-herndonJames Edward Herndon died peacefully on December 19, 2016 at the Atlanta Hospice Center in Brookhaven with his family by his side. He was 88 years of age.

He was born to the late James Edward Herndon and Virginia Mauney Herndon on September 23, 1928 in Charlotte, NC.

Jim was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 49 years, Patricia Johnson Herndon and his two younger brothers, William Mauney Herndon and Robert Eugene Herndon.

Jim graduated from Davidson College in 1949 with a B.S in Economics and Business. He lettered in Basketball in 1946.

A year later he earned his MBA from UNC Chapel Hill. He was commissioned into the United States Air Force on March 22, 1951 and served as 1st Lieutenant for 4 years. He was inducted into the Mach Busters Club and was appropriately nicknamed “Judge” by his comrades. “Judge” was one of the first fighter pilots to break the sound barrier flying the F-86D fighter interceptor. Their motto was “faster than sound upside down,” which those who knew him well heard often.

He married Patricia Rae Johnson on March 6, 1954 of Taylor, Texas. In March of 1955 he resigned from the USAF and moved to his hometown of Kings Mountain, NC to join his father and brother Will, to help manage the family textile business, JE Herndon Co.

Jim was a faithful servant of God and was very active in St. Matthews Lutheran Church. He was one of the youngest to be awarded Eagle Scout from Troop #91 of St. Matthews.

He generously gave to numerous charities, churches and served as the Chairman of the Cleveland County School Board for 6 years.

Jim will be remembered for his integrity, modesty, hospitality, keen sense of humor, unfailing love and devotion to his family, friends and employees. His generosity knew no boundaries.

He enjoyed people from all walks of life and undoubtedly made an impact on their lives. If he ever told you to “keep your nose low in the turns” when you were leaving you knew he treasured you dearly.

He his survived by his four devoted children, James Edward Herndon III and wife Jane Klinger Herndon of Kings Mountain, NC. Patricia Herndon Whiteside and husband James Monroe Whiteside of Charlotte, NC. Elizabeth Scott Herndon of Atlanta, GA . Charlotte Herndon Cahoon and husband Daniel Thomas Cahoon of Atlanta, GA. He had five beloved grandchildren, Charlotte Coleman Penninger and husband Ryan McCoy Penninger of Washington, DC. Julia Langhorne Coleman of Charlotte, NC. Kathryn Pierce Herndon and James Edward Herndon (“Jay”) of Kings Mountain, NC. Kathryn Ravenscroft Cahoon of Atlanta, Ga.

A memorial service will be held at Peachtree Road Lutheran Church, 3686 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta, GA 30319 on January 7, 2017 at 2:00 pm.

The family will receive friends immediately following the service at Capital City Club, 53 W. Brookhaven Drive, NE, Atlanta 30319.

In lieu of flowers the family requests a contribution to the Atlanta Hospice Center, 1244 Park Vista Drive, Atlanta, GA, or a charity of your choice .

Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Dec. 25, 2016

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