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Obituaries for November 11, 2022; Charles Everett, Thomas Spence, Harold Brown, Dorothy Rubisch, Claude Burden III, Rose Lauritsen, Nellie Huston

Charles Everett

            Charles Leonard Everett, of Talking Rock, GA, passed away on October 27, 2022, at the age of 79 after years of complications with the rare condition, Achalasia.

            Charles is preceded in death by his parents: Charles Lee and Ellen Everett and his younger brother Dale Everett.

            Charles is survived by his wife Nadine of 59 years, his daughter Kristi Davenport and her husband Michael, his son Wayne Everett and his wife Sherrie, and his grandchildren Colton Everett and his wife Kiara, Casen Everett, and Kara Davenport. Charles was a strong and loving husband, dad, and grandpa.

            Charles served in the United States Army from 1966 to 1968. Charles bravely served his country in Eastern Europe and accomplished many things during his service including holding a marksmanship record at Fort Campbell, Kentucky and served alongside many nations’ special forces including America’s own Green Berets.

Charles was an avid marksman and spent the majority of his time on the trap and skeet field. His specialty was the handicap event, one of the most notoriously difficult events in trap shooting. He won several local tournaments in the state of Georgia and also was a world champion at the Grand American World handicap trap shooting event. Charles was greatly involved at his local gun club serving his fellow shooters by assisting in the club’s operations and by organizing local action pistol shoots. Charles was the epitome of sportsmanship and made sure all were welcome and had a safe and fun time.

            Charles was saved at the age of 14 and was a faithful member at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Here, he served his church on the finance team and safety patrol. Prior, Charles served as a deacon and treasurer at Victory Baptist Church in Forest Park, Georgia. Charles believed in sharing the love of Jesus Christ by being a good steward in everything that he did.

            A memorial service was held on November, 1st, 2022 at Mt.Zion Baptist Church: 1036 N Main St, Jasper, GA 30143. Inurnment took place on November 2nd, 2022 at Georgia National Cemetery: 2025 Mount Carmel Church Ln. Canton, GA 30114.

            Care and Trust was placed with In Their Honor of Jasper Funerals and Cremations: 481 Noah Drive, Jasper, GA 30143. 706-253-5060

Thomas Spence

            Thomas Keith Spence passed away on Saturday, October 29, 2022, in Paulding County GA. He was born on June 3, 1962, in Tate, GA, a son of the late Luke Jackson Spence Sr. and Betty Jean Griffin Spence. Keith was a graduate of Marietta High School, Class of 1980. He was an outstanding group leader at the James T. Anderson Boys Club of America in Marietta, GA. Keith worked with great pride in the restaurant industry for over three decades. Keith was an accomplished meat cutter and chef. He was a talented artist and trained in Kempo Martial Arts. Keith was a sports enthusiast. He followed the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Braves. Keith was an avid collector of sports memorabilia, rare coins, and vintage Mustangs.

            In addition to his parents, Keith is preceded in death by a brother Luke “Jackie” Jackson Spence Jr. He is survived by two brothers, Greg Spence (Robyn) and Brian Spence (Mindi); two sisters, Robin Webb (Mike) and Lisa Johnson (Scott); and numerous nieces and nephews.

            Keith’s family is rejoicing as he is surrounded by loved ones in his heavenly home in a glorious new body. May all accept the same blessed hope.

            A family graveside service for Mr. Spence will be held on Sunday, November 6, 2022, at Bethesda Baptist Church Cemetery with Jason Duren officiating.

            Clark Funeral Home is honored to care for the Spence Family during this difficult time.

Harold Brown

            Harold Walter Brown, 90, an Army veteran of Dawsonville, Georgia passed away on October 26th, 2022.

No services are scheduled at this time.

            Care and Trust was placed with In Their Honor of Jasper: 481 Noah Drive, Jasper. 706-253-5060

Dorothy Rubisch

            Dorothy Leeann Rubisch, 63, of Jasper, Georgia passed away on October 24th, 2022.

No services are scheduled at this time.

            Care and Trust was placed with In Their Honor of Jasper: 481 Noah Drive, Jasper. 706-253-5060

Claude Burden III

            Claude Shaffer Burden III, 79, of Mineral Bluff, Georgia passed away on November 2nd, 2022. No services are scheduled at this time.

            Care and Trust was placed with In Their Honor of Jasper: 481 Noah Drive, Jasper. 706-253-5060

Rose Lauritsen

            Rose Marie Lauritsen, 84, of Rome, Georgia passed away on November 3rd, 2022. No services are scheduled at this time.

            Care and Trust was placed with In Their Honor of Jasper: 481 Noah Drive, Jasper. 706-253-5060

Nellie Huston

            Nellie Eugenia Huston passed away peacefully on November 7, 2022 in Jasper, Georgia.

            Nell was born on March 21, 1933, in McCormick, South Carolina to Lewis and Mary Browne.

            Nell was a compassionate and loving individual, showing, from a young age, an innate desire to serve and help others.  It was in these early years that she knew that she wanted to be a nurse.  After attending Bradley Grammar School and Greenwood High School in South Carolina, she earned her nursing degree from the Mather School of Nursing in New Orleans, Louisiana.

            She began her career at Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina, but soon accepted a position at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.   While in Atlanta, she met and married Joseph Gordon Huston, Sr., in 1960.

            She found nursing a fulfilling and rewarding profession, and she touched many lives through her work. She only stepped away from nursing to devote time and attention to raising her two sons, Gordon, Jr., and Chris.  Once these two had grown, she returned to the work she loved, working for many years in hospitals and specialty care facilities in Rome and Jasper, Georgia.  After retirement, she stayed close to the nursing community, volunteering locally with the Mountainside Hospital Auxiliary in Jasper and statewide as the president of the Council on Auxiliary/Volunteers of the Georgia Hospital Association.

            In later years she and Gordon, Sr., enjoyed travelling and spending time with their five grandchildren.

            From being born in a small-town doctor’s office – growing up in homes without indoor plumbing and limited electricity – to travelling the world, Nell lived a remarkable life.

            Nell was, foremost, a loving and devoted wife and mother. She loved her family, her friends, her God, and all of God’s children whom she met along the way.  As a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she lived every day to serve those around her. She would like to be remembered for this lifelong, loving service.

            She is loved by all who knew her. Through her posterity, her legacy of compassion and charity will live on for generations.

            Nell was preceded in death earlier this year by her husband, Joseph Gordon Huston, Sr.  She is survived by her brothers Charlie Browne (Gail) and Melvin Browne (De Lis), her sons Joseph Gordon Huston, Jr. (Tonia), Chris Huston (Patricia), five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren – so far.

            Nell will return to South Carolina and be laid to rest beside her husband in the Troy, South Carolina Cemetery.

            In lieu of flowers, those who would like to honor her memory are encouraged to make a donation to St. Jude’s in her name. This was her favorite charity, and she faithfully donated to them every month.

            Visitation will be from 6 -8 p.m. on Friday, November 11, 2022 at Blyth Funeral Home in Greenwood SC followed by a Graveside Service at Troy Cemetery at 11 a.m. on Saturday, November 12, 2022 .

            Blyth Funeral Home & Cremation Services is assisting the Huston family.

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