Thomasville Times Enterprise


June 17, 2014

Dawn Kurtz Thomas

— The visitation for Ms. Dawn Kurtz Thomas, 44, of Warrenville, SC, who entered rest June 13, 2014, will be conducted at Posey Funeral Directors this Wedneday, June 18, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Ms. Thomas was a native of Oscoda, Michigan, having made Aiken County her home for the past 18 years. She was a member of the Lutheran Church and Chi Sigma lota. Ms. Thomas was a graduate of the University of Phoenix and pursuing a Masters Degree from Georgia Regents University. She was employed by the South Carolina Autistm Society. Survivors include two sons, Collan Thomas and Scott Thomas, both of Warrenville; parents, Gerald and Geraldine Kurtz of Thomasville, Ga.; three brothers, Donald Kurtz of Thomasville. James (Stephanie) Kurtz of Las Vegas, Nevada and Michael Kurtz of Jackson, Michigan. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the South Carolina Autism Society, 806 12th Street, West Columbia, SC., 29169. Posey Funeral Directors of North Augusta is in change of arrangements at 803-278-1181. Visit the registry online at — Posey Funeral Directors


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