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The North Georgia News

Blairsville, GA  30512

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September 1, 2010                                 Page 4C

 

bobby “pete” Darrell King

 

            Mr. Bobby (better known as Pete) Darrell King age 38 of Shepherds Way, Blairsville went to be with the Lord on Sunday, August 22, 2010 from his home following an extended illness.  Pete was born on December 20, 1971 in Union County, the son of Buddy Joe King and the late Betty Jean Cantrell King.  He was a native and lifelong resident of Union County.  He loved hunting, fishing and horses.  Pete was a loving father, son, brother, uncle and was a friend to many.  Pete was a member of Calvary Baptist Church.

            Surviving Pete are his father and step mother, Buddy and Peggy King of Blairsville, two daughters, Alex and Ashton King of Blairsville, one brother, Douglas King of Cumming, GA, three sisters and brothers-in-law, Debra Ann and Bud Gable of Royceton, GA, Rhonda and Doug Webb of Blairsville, Amy and Vick Botts of Blairsville, several nieces, nephews, many other relatives also survive.

            Funeral services were held on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at 11 a.m. from the Mountain View Chapel with the Rev. Ray Potts and Rev. Cotton Harris officiating.  Special music was presented by the Benny Shook Family.  The following gentlemen served as pallbearers: Tim and Johnny Hopkins, Sammy Berrong, Clifford Gable, Josh Step, Chance and Vick Botts and Steven King.  In lieu of flowers if you wish, the family requests that donations may made (sic) to help defray expenses.  The family met with friends at the funeral home on Tuesday evening from 6-9 p.m.

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


Bobby Darrell King


BOBBY DARRELL KING
Courtesy of Mountain View Funeral Home

           

 

           


The North Georgia News

Blairsville, GA  30512

www.nganews.com

 

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

 

 

September 1, 2010                                 Page 4C

 

kenneth drew kluth

 

            Mr. Kenneth Drew Kluth age 50 of Tate Rd., Blairsville passed away on Wednesday August 26, 2010 in the Union General Hospital in Blairsville following a brief illness.  Mr. Kluth was born on Oct. 2, 1959 in Evergreen Park, IL, the son of the late Eugene Harold Kluth and the late Margaret Catherine Murphy Kluth.  Ken was a wonderful and loving husband, father, brother and grandfather.  He was responsible for designing and building the Misty Mountain Railroad.  Ken was of the Catholic faith.

            Surviving Mr. Kluth are his loving wife, Pia McGill Kluth of Blairsville, step father, Charles Griffin of Blairsville, his children, Zachary and wife Angela Kluth of Chicago, IL, Cooper and Jonah Kluth of Blairsville, Isaac and Matthew Beise of Blairsville, one sister, Anna Kluth of Blairsville, three brothers and one sister-in-law, Eugene and Marilyn Kluth, Fred Kluth and Brian Kluth all of Chicago, IL, two grandchildren, Payton and Skyler, many other relatives and friends also survive.

            Funeral services were held on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010 at 2 p.m. from the Mountain View Chapel with the Rev. Jerry Helton officiating.  The following gentlemen served as pallbearers, Isaac Beise, Matthew Beise, Tim Sullivan, Don Bohl, Don Morris and Elijah Morris.  Interment followed in the House of Prayer Church Cemetery.  The family met with friend at the funeral home on Saturday evening from 6-8 p.m. 

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

 

NOTE:  The North Georgia News  September 1, 2010  Page 5A

            Model railroad display loses designer and builder Ken Kluth


Kenneth Drew Kluth

KENNETH DREW KLUTH
Courtesy of Mountain View Funeral Home