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The North Georgia News

Blairsville, GA  30512

www.nganews.com

 

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May 20, 2009                 Page C5

 

muriel antoinette lindaas enzmann

 

            Muriel Antoinette Lindaas Enzmann, 85 died peacefully Sunday, may 10, 2009.  Born to Olaves & Ella Lindaas, the middle child between Norris (1922- ) and Ronnie (1925-1966) in Mayville, ND.  She attended the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis campus and married Donald Keith Enzmann in 1947.  the couple moved to International Falls, MN, and started a family.  Together they raised four children, mark, Dana, Marnee (1959-2000) and Dee.  Over the years Muriel lived in Denver, CO, Minneapolis, MN, International Falls, MN, Lynchburg, VA, Raleigh, NC, Atlanta, GA, Blairsville, GA, Columbus, OH, Dunedin, FL, and Palm harbor, FL.  She was a great bird lover, compassionate mother, loved the great outdoors, her alma mater University of Minnesota, and really enjoyed her time with her sorority sisters of Beta Sigma Psi.  Muriel was a fantastic dancer, a tremendous bowler, excelled in golf and tennis.  She was active civically, volunteering her time for the Chamber of Commerce, the USO, The International Lion’s Club and the Presbyterian Church.  Socially, she chaired Leading Ladies for Ruth Eckerd Hall, University of Minnesota Alumnae Association, and GE Elfuns & Retirees.  Muriel loved playing bridge, living on or near the water’s edge be it ocean or lake, gardening and spending time outdoors.  She was kind hearted, witty and good natured.  Don and Muriel enjoyed traveling all across the United States and to many different countries, either for Lion’s Club meetings or for recreation.  She was always ready for a new road trip or going to visit family in the mid-west.  In her alter years she preferred to stay in Blairsville enjoying the water and the bird life. 

Muriel is survived by husband of 62 years, Don (Gainesville, GA), Mark and wife Judy of Blairsville, GA, Dana and wife Melissa (Gainesville, GA), Dee and partner, Janea of Atlanta, GA, grandchildren, Natalie and Keith (Gainesville, GA) brother, Norris Lindaas (Minneapolis, MN), nephew, Allen Lindaas (Bloomington, MN), and niece, Dianne Richardson (Minneapolis, MN). 

            Services were held Saturday, May 16, 2009 at 3 PM at Grace Presbyterian Church, Blairsville, followed by a reception. 

            In lieu of flowers, become an organ donor, give to the Audubon Society, the International Lion’s Club, your local hospice, or the Parkinson’s Foundation, all terrific causes that need donations in her name; a loving woman becomes an angel.  A.S. Turner & Sons. 


The North Georgia News

Blairsville, GA  30512

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May 20, 2009                 Page C5

 

james morgan williams

 

            Mr. James Morgan Williams, age 73 of Williams Circle, Blairsville passed away on Wednesday, May 13, 2009 following a brief illness.  Mr. Williams was born on August 12, 1935 in Russell, FL, the son of the late John Morgan Williams and the late Rhoda Studstill Williams.  He was a veteran of the US Air Force of the Korean War.  Jim had retired as a Fire Marshall with thirty years of service.  He was a member of the Union County Lions Club.  Jim was a loving father and grandfather and loved watching his grandchildren play sports.  Mr. Williams was a member of the House of Prayer church.

            Surviving Mr. Williams are one son, Jim Williams of Blairsville, two grandchildren, Blake and Candace Williams, other family embers include, Betty k. Williams, Betty Sue Penrod, Ella Sue Hamby, Tony and Catherine Hamby, Kyle and Kristen Hamby, Kim Williams, Jerry Williams, Larry Williams and Teri Viduna, many other relatives and friends also survive.

A memorial service was held on Friday, May 15, 2009 at 7 p.m. from the Mountain View Chapel with the Rev. Jerry Helton officiating.  Special music was presented by Mindy Combs.  In lieu of flowers if you wish, the family requests that donations may be made to the House of Prayer in memory of Mr. Williams.  The family met with friends at the funeral home on Friday evening from 6-7 p.m.

            Mountain View Funeral Home of Blairsville in charge of the arrangements.  You may sign the family guest book and send condolences online at www.mountainviewfuneralhome.com.

           


The North Georgia News

Blairsville, GA  30512

www.nganews.com

 

(no corrections have been made; this is exactly as it appeared in paper)

 

 

May 20, 2009                 Page C5

 

donald robert goode

 

            Mr. Donald Robert Goode age 62 of Teague Rd., Blairsville assed away on Saturday, May 16, 2009 at his home.  Mr. Goode was born on June 24, 1945 in Long Island, NY, the son of the late John Goode and the late Alice Peterson Goode.  He retired in 1996 from the Boca Raton Police Department with over thirty years of service.  He had also served in the National Guard for over six years.  Don was involved with Doberman Rescue Concern and was instrumental in finding homes for over three hundred Dobermans.  He was a member of the Chatuge Gun Club where he enjoyed the weekly trap shoot.  He was also a member of SAFE and a veterans volunteer.  He was preceded in death by a sister, Lois Maltman and man’s best friend “Sweetheart”.  Mr. Goode was of the Protestant faith. 

            Surviving Mr. Goode are his loving wife and faithful companion, Ruth Motyczka Goode of Blairsville, one daughter, Ann Marie Patsy of Pompano Beach, FL, nieces and nephews, Michael and Courtney Maltman and Paige Maltman, many other relatives and friends also survive.

            A memorial service will be held on Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 11 a.m. from the Mountain View Chapel with the Rev. Travis Adams officiating.  In lieu of flowers if you wish, the family requests that donations may be made to Mountain Shelter in memory of Mr. Goode.  

            Mountain View Funeral Home of Blairsville in charge of the arrangements.  You may sign the family guest book and send condolences online at www.mountainviewfuneralhome.com.