Thomasville Times Enterprise

Obituaries

June 30, 2014

Local deaths

THOMASVILLE — Dr. Neil Gilbert Carn of Thomas County passed away at home on June 29. He is survived by his wife, Bonnie Shuman Carn; daughters, Lea Carn Long and Laure Carn Smith and granddaughter, Jordan Marie Smith and Addison Joanne Smith. — Allen & Allen Funeral Home

Dorothy Louise Coston, 51, died Wednesday at her residence. Local survivors include her mother, Betty Jean Cook; children, Jonta Carter, Shanara Cook, Alicia Coston, Angelina Coston, Antonette Coston and siblings, Shelia Cook, Julia Stewart, Maryland Jones, Lawrence Cook and Sammy Cook all of Thomasville. — Hopkins Mortuary

Bernice Eason, 73, died Sunday at Archbold Medical Center, Local survivors include her  children, Calvin Eason, RC Eason, Edward Eason, Kenny Eason, Linda Eason Harris; and  siblings, Donell Jenkins, Charlie Jenkins Jr. and Katie Mae Sanders all of Thomasville. — Hopkins Mortuary

William “Red” Green, 78, of Cairo, died Monday at his residence. — Clark Funeral Home

Ann Deloris Robinson, 53, died Thursday at her residence. Local survivors include children, Cheryl Knight, Renata Robinson, Tyrone Robinson; siblings; Brooks Robinson, Joseph Robinson, Jimmy Robinson and Mary Robinson all of Thomasville. — Hopkins Mortuary

Dena Mitchell Collins Sadler, 40, of Cairo, died Sunday at her residence. — Clark Funeral Home

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