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  2. Tim Gilbert, 47, of Hiram, GA passed away on February 19, 2020. He was born on November 29, 1972 in Austell, GA. He was of the Baptist faith and was truck driver with Onsite Woodworking, Inc. for more than 15 years. He is survived by his wife of 14 years, Crystal Gilbert; his son, Gage Dobek of Barnsville; his daughters Carly Miller of Covington and Megan Gilbert of Hiram; his parents Ricky and Pearl Gilbert of Douglasville; one brother Randy Gilbert of Dallas, and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held on Monday, February 24 at 11:00 a.m. at Clark Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Curtis Downey officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 23. His cremated remains will be interred at Paulding Memorial Gardens on Monday, February 24 at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Tim’s memory to Jennifer’s Pet Rescue, 2271 McPherson Church Road, Dallas, GA 30132 (770.505.3261). Clark Funeral Home in Hiram, GA, is in charge of arrangements. Please visit our website, www.samclarkfuneralhome.com, to leave online condolences for the family.
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  4. Regenia Ann Gunter, 82, of Woodstock, GA passed away on February 20, 2020. She was born on July 12, 1937 in Carrollton, GA. Mrs. Gunter was a member of Shiloh United Methodist Church in Kennesaw, GA. She worked for more than 12 years at Verizon, formerly Contel Communications. She is predeceased by her husband, Waymon James Gunter, and her parents Emory Samuel Simpson and Carrie Lee Payne Simpson. She is survived by one daughter Sandy Smith of Woodstock, GA. She is also survived by her brothers Curtis Simpson and his wife Edna of Dallas, GA and Sam Simpson and his wife Carol of Jasper, GA. She was blessed with two grandchildren Brian Gainey and his wife Alison, and Casey McGill and her husband Tim, as well as three great-grandchildren Rose Gainey, Addison McGill, and Samuel McGill, numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at Clark Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Bill Floyd officiating. Interment will follow in Paulding Memorial Gardens in Hiram, GA. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home on Saturday, February 22 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Clark Funeral Home in Hiram, GA, is in charge of arrangements. To leave condolences for the family, please visit our website, www.samclarkfuneralhome.com.
  5. Ralph Victor Pfiefer of Dallas, GA passed away on February 19, 2020 at home. He was born on January 18, 1936 in Chicago, IL to the late Victor and Mildred Pfiefer. He was also the beloved brother of his deceased sister and brother-in-law, Marlene and Rick Bogacki. Mr. Pfiefer was a truck driver for Yellow Freight for 18 years. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Christine Gudewicz Pfiefer; sons Ralph Anthony Pfiefer and his wife Deidra, Anthony Ralph Pfiefer and his wife Lisa, Kevin Griffin and his wife Terese, Tony Griffin and his wife Danita, Tommy Behan and his wife Charity, and his daughter Renee Jordan; brothers-in-law Wayne Gudewicz and Chester Gudewicz; nieces and nephews Megan Andersen, Danny Drake, Rachel Gudeicz, and Joey Bogacki; and nine grandchildren Tyler, Sean, Alyssa, Kaitlin, Soren, Grant, Briac, Elly, and Brenick. Ralph enjoyed watching Nascar and spending time with family, playing Uno and SEQUENCE, and enjoying each day. He loved his family both near and far. In accordance to Mr. Pfiefer’s wishes, he was cremated, and no services are planned at this time. Clark Funeral Home in Hiram, GA, is in charge of arrangements. To leave online condolences for his family, please visit our website, www.samclarkfuneralhome.com.
  6. I hear there is going to be a big sale for Peking Duck world wide ... 20 percent off; 'cause there are too many fat ducks.
  7. The Locus swarms in Africa/ middle east and now China are not getting a lot of press here, but there is a possibility of severe famine in those areas as the swarms can eat a field clean of crops in just hours. Insecticides and direct killing of the beasts are the primary attack mode in most countries. They have moved into extreme western China now, but the Chinese govt is using a green solution to fight back. Ducks. Lots and lots of Ducks. I hope that this method works for China, but the middle east and Africa could be in for massive starvation if the weather forecast holds and the swarms continue to get bigger.
  9. Well, this devolved into a pissing match, didn't it?
  10. What is this "Sun" you speak of on your Ad? Have not seen this phenomenon... Whatever is of VALUE to you!
  11. You won't believe how much more distance you get from a second story deck vs the porch.
  12. Our church and two others have put this on a couple of years now. This was my first and it was at our building for the first time. Just an awesome night for the guests and their caretakers. I had a blast watching the guests dance and have fun.
  13. GLORY to GOD! This was the 3rd Night To Shine that God Blessed me to be able to attend. If You ever get the opportunity to serve at a NTS Event... JUMP on it! You will be 4-EVER CHANGED!!! BE THE FIRST TO SEE THE 2020 NIGHT TO SHINE WORLDWIDE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO... “I want to say thank you to all of the host churches and coordinators, volunteers, vendors, prayer warriors, and donors who have helped make Night to Shine possible not only this year, but every year. We’re so incredibly grateful for each of you, and truly could not do this without your support. Thank you for being a part of this family, this movement, and this effort to value every person’s life. I sincerely believe us coming together is making a huge difference in the lives of individuals all over the world!” - Tim Tebow
  14. Tuesday was Georgia Farm Bureau Day at State Capitol. Tracy Grice of the Paulding County Farm Bureau took groups of FFA (Future Farmers of America) students from Paulding County High School, North Paulding High School and East Paulding School to the event. Photos include Gov. Brian Kemp, State Sen. Mike Dugan, State Rep. Micah Gravely, State Rep. Joseph Gulliet, and State Rep. Martin Momtahan. The students who participated are: EPHS:... Alexis Vandenbos Sarah Bradley Julie Heyliger PCHS: Chloe Knox Baylee May Kaylee Patterson Sage Reynolds Linzey Witt Mackenzie Perry Cameron Holden Cayden Holden Ethan Robershaw John Pack NPHS: Gianna Pearson Rileigh Fleming Tychovia Reeves Davis Rowell Chandler Graham The FFA sponsors from each school are: PCHS: Tom Liles and Maggie Richards NPHS: Matt Townson EPHS: Kyle Chapman Thank You Martin Montaham...LIFE CHANGE for these Students!
  15. But can you pee for distance? Don't answer that. Haha
  16. I Live in a HOA. I still pee off the back porch. #dontforgetwhereyoucamefrom
  17. Honestly, I don't care. I've never been one to care about "class", how much money someone has or makes, how fancy their home is, what kind of car they drive, etc. It's all superficial. What truly defines a man is what is in his heart. I know and associate with some very poor people and also some very wealthy people. I love them for who they are, not their bank balance. But your post has keywords like "very nice neighborhood", low rent, renter, etc. So that kind of gave me the snootiness feeling. Many FedEx drivers are independent owner/operators, so the guy might own his truck. The man is working and has a good job, I can respect that. He could be a bum, living off the taxpayers or sitting on his butt while his wife works. He could be some kind of crook and cheat people out of their money. But that would be OK so long as there's not a truck parked in from of his house making it look "low rent", right? I really doubt his truck is hurting you. I respectfully suggest that there are bigger things to worry about, so live and let live. Given that he probably makes good money, odds are he'll buy a home and move before long. Hopefully to a place where people don't look down on him. This reminds me of why I saved our money and bought acreage. I pee off my back porch, so you probably wouldn't like living by me. LOL
  18. And there we have it. And yes, I'm definitely the "snooty" type. If you really knew, you'd get A BIG kick out of it.
  19. Not as often as you might think. Being a FedEx truck, I'm sure it moves almost every day, so not a permanent fixture. Personally, I'd be happy that my neighbors are responsible and hard working people. The OP's post had an air of snootiness in it, or at least that's how I read it. I don't see that the truck is bothering him.
  20. JMHO - Let's face it, someone can find something that is "lowering property values" pretty much anywhere if they want to. Ask anyone who lives in an HOA community with zillions of "rules" which they will quickly claim are "to protect our property values!" Ever leave your garage door open for more than 2 minutes? You are lowering property values. Have a non-standard rabbit statue under your hedge? Nope, remove it! You are impacting Property values!! Next they want all the boats and campers removed from the property because they are impacting property values. Then your car can't be over 5 years old, then your kids can't leave their bikes in the front yard for lunch without getting a notice. Bah. Unless you are in the process of trying to sell, the only thing higher property values get you is the ability to give more money to Paulding County Govt in property taxes to spend however they want. We've had a neighbor parking his boom truck in his driveway for over a year across the street. Since houses are selling as fast as they are put on the market, I don't see it impacting much of anything.... As long as the vehicle is in good condition, I just don't see the point. If it's a non-running wreck parked in the front yard grass, then you have a case.
  21. I rarely ever disagree with you, but this is one time. Commercial vehicles parked in residential areas basically tend to deflate property values. Or, put a lid on resale activity/vibrance.

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