Paul J. "Russ" Harber, Sr., Atlanta
Paul J. "Russ" Harber, Sr., of Atlanta, Georgia, passed away suddenly on November 30, 2023, at the age of 90. Born in the Panama Canal Zone in 1933, he was the son of Albert and Catalina Harber - an Army soldier and a teacher who met in Panama. One of six children, Paul followed after his father and joined the Army as a young man and was stationed at Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia. After an honorable discharge from the military, he moved to Atlanta and worked at several companies while earning a bachelor’s degree at what was then known as Georgia State College. It was during these early years in Atlanta that he received the nickname “Russ” and it stuck! He eventually found his true calling working as a real estate appraiser both independently and for the Veteran’s Administration until his retirement.
Obituary: Dorothy Everett Sundy, 86, of Atlanta and Dallas, Ga. formerly of Monroe
Click or tap on the image above for a digital tribute to Dorothy Everett Sundy. Dorothy Everett Sundy, age 86 of Atlanta and Dallas, GA, formerly of Monroe, passed away on November 22, 2023. Born November 2, 1937, to the late James Everett and the late Bernice Meadows Everett. She was preceded in death by her husband, Grady Hartford Sundy.
Obituary and funeral service: Shirley Ann ‘Shan’ Taylor, 88, of Alpharetta – formerly of Monroe
Ever stylish and always elegant – music would be the ribbon that ran through her life. Shan was a devout Christian and she praised God through music at the First United Methodist Church of Monroe which she would consider her home away from home. She was an avid golfer, and also enjoyed her bridge club and we cannot forget her love of all things needlework.
Paul Snyder, Braves legendary scout and executive, dies
Paul Snyder saw many of the Braves’ star players of the past few decades long before they arrived in Atlanta....
‘One of a kind’ retired Associate Professor Neil Shulman dies at 78
Former Associate Professor of Internal Medicine Neil Shulman (71M, 72MR), who was known by colleagues and friends for his quirky attitude and distinct sense of humor, died on Nov. 6 at 78 years old. Shulman, a researcher, writer, humanitarian and comedic actor, is survived by his wife, Anna Zoe Haugo, and their 17-year-old son, Myles Shulman.
Shawn M. Angell, 46, Alpharetta, GA, formerly Hornell, NY
Shawn M. Angell – 46 – of Alpharetta, GA, formerly of Hornell died Thursday (November 23, 2023) at the Wellstar North Fulton Hospital, following a brief illness. Born in Hornell on April 29, 1977, he was the son of Richard “Rick” & Debra “Debi” (Towner) Angell.
Maria Uriostegui Gonzale Brito
Mrs. María Uriostegui Gonzále Brito was born on February 20, 1935 and died on 12/04/2023 better known as María de Pepe and affectionately called Doña Mary, she married Mr. Perfecto Brito Flores on August 10, 1949, they gave life to 13 children of which 10 live, and affectionately called them in the following way.
Grandson of Rosalynn Carter remembers her as 'cool grandma,' and rock of the family
ATLANTA — In a room filled with loved ones and U.S. dignitaries, Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter's grandson shared fond memories of his "cool grandma" at a tribute service for her at Glenn Memorial Church at Emory University. Rosalynn died at 96 years old on Nov. 19 in Plains, Georgia....
Owen Thomas McCollum, 18
Owen Thomas McCollum, 18, of Milton, GA, went to be with Jesus November 14, 2023. The son of Lynn McCollum and Toni McCollum, Owen was born June 25, 2005. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, James and Faye McCollum, and by his maternal grandparents, Jim and Nancy Gordon.
Sara E. ("Betty") Gower
Sara E. (“Betty”) Gower, age 81 passed away peacefully at home on December 3, 2023 after a very recent diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. Betty was born in Atlanta, and for all of her 81 years she was a lover of all things Atlanta: Coke, the Braves, the Falcons, the Varsity, Manuels Tavern, Mary Mac’s Tea Room, the former downtown Rich’s department store, etc. She attended Samuel Inman elementary school and Grady High School, and she was a loyal supporter of both schools, especially the Grady football team, where for several decades she was a fixture at the home games enthusiastically cheering on the team. On March 5, 1965 she married Preston Morris Gower of Buford, Ga., and consequently Buford football gained a loyal supporter. She also was a fan of UGA football. And, though he wasn’t from Atlanta, she loved all things Elvis, whose surrogate serenaded her on her 80th birthday.