Saturday, April 30, 2016

Gail England Adams; Visitation: Tuesday, 5/3 from 3pm until service time at 5pm at the funeral home.

JANET  GAIL  ENGLAND  ADAMS,  age  59,  of  Chickamauga  passed  away  Friday, April 29, 2016.

Gail  worked  at  Pat’s  Superette  in  Kensington for  15  years  and  helped  at  the  Bouquet  Shop  in  LaFayette.

She  was  preceded  in  death  by  her  parents,  Arnie  C.  and  Nancey  Alice  England;  sisters,  Joyce  Green  and  Evelyn  Wimpy;  brothers,  Bobby  England  and  Arnie  “Bud”  England.

Survived  by  her  husband,  Chestley  Adams  of  Chickamauga;  brothers,  Dennis  England  and  Ray  England  both  of  LaFayette  and  Steve  England  of  Chickamauga;  friends,  Paul  and  Penny  Wilson,  Roger  and  Anne  Wilson  and  Dale  White;  several  nieces,   nephews,  great  nieces,  nephews;  great-great  nieces  and  nephews  also  survive.

A  Celebration  of  Life  service  for  Gail  will  be  Tuesday,  May 03,  at  5:00  P.M.  in  the  funeral  home  chapel,  with  Rev.  Jack  Green  and  Rev.  Malcolm  Harris  officiating.

Family  will  receive  friends  at  the  funeral  home  Tuesday,  May 03,  from  3:00  until  service  time.

Arrangements  are  by  Wallis-Wilbanks  Funeral  Home,  LaFayette. 

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Tina N.Cox; Visitation Sat. 4/30 from 6-9pm at the funeral home; Service, Sunday, 5/1 at 3pm in the funeral home chapel

TINA  N.  COX,  age  54,  of  LaFayette  passed  away  on  Thursday, April 28, 2016.

She was a life-long resident of Walker County and was a graduate of LaFayette High School.  After graduating, she served  our  country  by  joining the  U.S.  Army.   As  an  active  soldier, she became  a mail  carrier.  Upon leaving active duty, she returned to LaFayette where she continued to serve her country by becoming an Army reservist. Tina, having been trained as a mail carrier in the military, pursed the same occupation as a mail carrier in her hometown of LaFayette for 22 years.

Tina  is  survived  by  daughter,  Hannah  Cox;  sons,  A.J.  Cox,  Brandon  Nicholson  and  Alric  Adams;  brother,  Berry  Jerry  Ward;  one  grandchild,  Scarlett  Karson  Cox;  several  nieces  and  nephews  also  survive.

Funeral  from  the  Wallis  Memorial  Chapel  Sunday,  May 01,  at  3:00  P.M.  with  her  nephew,  Justin  Ragsdale  officiating.

Interment  in  the  LaFayette  City  Cemetery.

Pallbearers  are   A.J.  Cox,  Brandon  Nicholson,  Alric  Adams,  Spencer  White,  Tanner  Welchel  and  Trent  Welchel.

Family  will  receive  friends  at  the  funeral  home  Saturday,  April 30  from  6:00  to  9:00  P.M.

Arrangements  are  by  Wallis-Wilbanks  Funeral  Home,  LaFayette.

Margery King; Graveside service Sunday 5/01 at 1pm at LaFayette City Cemetery.

Margery Ann Evitt King, age 89, of LaFayette passed  away  on  Tuesday, April 26, 2016 after an extended illness.  She was born November 10, 1926 to Alfred Lee Evitt and Lena Gladys Andrews Evitt.
     Margery lived in LaFayette and Walker County, Georgia all of her life.  Her great-great grandparents were among the earliest settlers of Walker County, Georgia.  She revered her family history and would often repeat her late uncle, Raymond Andrews' reference to the old saying "of being from good stock."  Her parents grew up on adjoining farms on Andrews Lane.
     Her dad's family later farmed in the Walnut Grove Community south of LaFayette.  She loved rides down to Walnut Grove and over to McLemore's Cove.  She shared many fond memories of growing up in LaFayette and Cedar Grove.
     Margery was a devoted daughter, sister, aunt, wife, mother, and grandmother, exemplifying the best qualities in each role she embodied during her lifetime.
     She was a cradle member of Lafayette First Baptist Church and was active there from childhood until her later years.
     She was married 52 years to her beloved husband Jack King.  Margery thought he was her ticket out of LaFayette, but that was not God's plan.  Jack fell in love with her and the community of LaFayette, never to leave.  They were one happy team!
She is predeceased by her husband, sisters, Wilfred Parrish, Betty Rose Moore and her brother Alfred Miah Evitt.
     Margery is survived by her only child, Kathy King Tatum and son-in-law Kyle Tatum; her only grandchild, Mary King Tatum-Phillips and her husband Joseph; and two sisters, Sarah Millican and Martha McGill.
          Much appreciation goes to Doctor William Horton.  His medical care touches mind, body and soul.  He is a vessel for Jesus' tender loving care.  And many thanks to Life Choice Hospice for her comfort care.  Especially Nurse Michelle, CNA's Sharon and Katie.  Also, Margery's new friends Jessica (Jay Jay) Adams and her little girl, Johnae, have been another blessing from above.   They brought laughter and comfort to Margery and her family.
     Grave side service will be Sunday, May 1 at 1 O'clock at the LaFayette City Cemetery, with Ken Wadell and Kathy Meyer officiating.  Reception to follow at LaFayette First Presbyterian Church.
     Flowers are welcomed as well as donations to the restoration of the 1926 Lafayette Fire Truck.  Checks may be sent to the Bank of LaFayette payable to the Margery King Memorial, 1926 Fire Truck Restoration.   This is of special interest as her father was a local volunteer fireman and was the first to drive the truck.

Arrangements are by Wallis-Wilbanks Funeral Home, LaFayette.