Towns County Sheriff’s Office Report 02/04 to 02/11

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Danny Eugene Wilson: Obituary

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Danny Eugene Wilson

Cochran Funeral Home of Hiawassee announces funeral services for Mr. Danny Eugene Wilson, age 65, of Young Harris, Georgia, who was called home to be with the Lord on Sunday, February 3, 2019.

Mr. Wilson was born in Gainesville, Georgia, a son of the late William Clarence Wilson and Geneva Elaine Roland Wilson. He had been living in Young Harris for the past 30 years, and was a member of Bell Scene Baptist Church. Danny will be remembered as a loving and devoted husband, who loved people and was always ready to talk with and to help others. He loved his family unconditionally, and he loved his church and his Savior. Danny enjoyed praising the Lord with his voice, and had been a member of Eagle Mountain Quartet.

Danny will be missed by all who knew him, but most especially by his loving family members: wife, Denise Wilson; son and daughter-in-law, Nathan and Christina Wilson; and daughter, Emily Cates; brother and sister-in-law, Johnny and Cheryl Wilson; grandchildren: Sabastian Wilson, Chad Swain, Bobbie Swain, Ben Swain, Mary Wilson, Landon Wilson, and Jesse Wilson. Many other relatives and friends also survive.

Funeral services have been scheduled for Thursday, February 7, 2019, to be held at 2:00 p.m., at Bell Scene Baptist Church, with Rev. Robbie Moss and Rev. Kevin Moss officiating. The family has requested the following gentlemen serve as pallbearers: Cliff Bradshaw, Chris Bradshaw, Larry Swanson, Scott Hamilton, Calvin Stroud, and Rob Barter. Asked to serve as honorary escort to the family is Roy Hicks and Kevin Parker. Graveside services will be held at Bell Scene Baptist Church Cemetery, with Rev. Jonathan Adams officiating.

Visitation at the funeral home will be held on Wednesday night at the funeral home between the hours of 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Flowers are being gratefully accepted; however, if you wish, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

Cochran Funeral Home of Hiawassee is honored to be serving the family of Danny Eugene Wilson, age 65, of Young Harris. Please share your condolences and sign the online guest registry at www.cochranfuneralhomes.com.

Jimmie Sue Justice: Obituary

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Jimmie Sue Justice

AUGUST 7, 1953 ~ FEBRUARY 5, 2019

Ms. Jimmie Sue Justice, age 65, of Hiawassee, Georgia passed away Wednesday, February 5, 2019 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center after a prolonged illness. Jimmie is the daughter of Mr. Herman and Helen Eller, born on August 7, 1953 in Young Harris, Georgia. She was of the Baptist faith. Jimmie was an avid reader with a large collection of books and magazines and also enjoyed country music. She prided herself in her work, working for Equifax Credit for thirty two years. Jimmie was a beloved daughter and friend. Jimmie is preceded in death by one brother, Reggy Justice. She is survived by her parents Herman and Helen Eller of Hiawassee, Georgia; along with a number of aunts, uncles, family and friends.
Family will receive friends: Friday, February 8, 2019 12:00PM-2:00PM at Banister Funeral Home.
Funeral Service: Friday, February 8, 2019 at Banister Funeral Home with Rev. Glen Eller officiating
Burial to follow in Woods Grove Cemetery with the following gentlemen serving as pallbearers; Dion Eller, David Neal, Dewitt Berrong, Truman Owenby, Alden Hunter, and Dwayne Mowrey.
Banister Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Towns County Sheriff’s Office Report 01/28 to 02/03

Arrest Reports

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Towns County Sheriff’s Office Report 01/21 to 01/27

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Kenneth Andrew Eller: Obituary

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Kenneth Andrew Eller

AUGUST 18, 1977 ~ JANUARY 28, 2019

Kenneth Andrew Eller, age 41, of Blairsville, Georgia passed away Monday, January 28, 2019 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center after a tenacious battle following a sudden heart attack.  Kenneth was born on August 18, 1977 in Hiawassee, Georgia. He was a member of North Mt. Zion Church of God where he played the drums in the Praise and Worship Team. Kenneth loved God and loved to talk about God to anyone who would listen and even some who didn’t want to listen. He was intentional in his work for the Lord; he did not care where he was or who was watching. He used the talents given to him to his fullest ability. He loved his wife, daughters, grandchildren, church, extended family and many friends. Often one of his girls would call scared or upset and he would pray with them over the phone, easing their fears and comforting them. He was quick witted, goofy and had an unmatched sense of humor. He was a big Elvis fan; he would jokingly say, “God, Elvis, then Regina.” He collected Bibles and would randomly pull one off his bookshelf and read from it each day. He was said to have given “the best hugs ever.” He enjoyed panning for gold, playing in The Chris Clinton Band, and was known as “the preacher man” by Regina’s friends when they first started dating. That “preacher man” married Regina December 5, 2015 in front of God and was a supportive, devoted, and loving  husband. Kenneth is preceded in death by his grandson Cooper Wyrick. He is survived by his wife, Regina Eller; daughters and sons-in-law, Felicia and Travis Wyrick, Samantha and Joshua Barnes, Kennetha and Michael Taylor; daughter Bianca Eller; mother and step father Katherine and Donald Grizzle; father and step mother Terry and Susie Eller; grandchildren Brayleigh Wyrick and Carson Taylor; sister Missy Eller; and brother Lawson Eller. Also surviving are three nieces, three nephews, a number of dear friends and coworkers. Kenneth loved big, lived life to the fullest, cherished his relationship with God, and walked by faith daily. He will be missed beyond words.

Family will receive friends Saturday, February 2, 2019 at North Mt Zion Church of God starting at 11:00AM until 2:00PM.
A Celebration of Life will be Saturday, February 2, 2019 at North Mt Zion Church of God at 2:00PM with Bishop Raburne Wilson officiating.
In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to North Mt Zion Church of God in Kenneth’s name.
Banister Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Sally Lou (Clabaugh) Varao: Obituary

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Sally Lou (Clabaugh) Varao

JULY 17, 1949 ~ JANUARY 26, 2019

Mrs. Sally Lou (Clabaugh) Varao, age 69 of Hiawassee, Georgia passed away Saturday, January 26, 2019 at her home after a courageous battle with an extended illness.
Mrs. Sally was born on July 17, 1949 in California to the late Jack and Shirley (Smith) Clabaugh. She was a member of North Mt. Zion Church of God, a “Pink Lady” at Chatuge Regional Hospital, the captain of Towns County Red Cross, on the board for Towns County Food Pantry, and lead a team at House of Manna. Sally took care of people. If your home burned down, she was there arranging shelter for you. If your family needed food, she was there handing out boxes of food. She was a godly woman who loved to pray for others, give to others, and be a true servant of God. Sally was one of three girls and was raised in the Bay Area of California where she graduated from Arroyo High School. She later met a young man, married him, and started her family in South Carolina. After thirteen years she moved back to California to be closer to family who could help her raise her children. She was the best single mom ever; she would go from one ball game to another across town to support her childrens’ interests and was their biggest fan. Being “supermom” actually led her to the love of her life, Joe, on a field trip for their 6th graders. She and Joe dated for a while and then married April 21, 1990 after receiving blessings from their children. She and Joe enjoyed traveling by RV and have been on more than 75 cruises all around the world. When she retired from Pacific Bell she talked Joe into moving to Hiawassee and building a beautiful home on the river large enough to have space for their children and ever growing grandchildren. They have remained in Hiawassee for over 20 years. What Joe may not have known about that move was that Sally had no intentions of retiring; she came to Hiawassee and became involved in loving on and taking care of the families in her new community. She had a remarkable impact on every person with whom she came in contact. Sally had a contagious laugh, a huge heart, and always made you feel like you were special and important. Mrs. Sally will certainly be missed as she was loved by everyone. Sally is proceeded in death by her parents Jack and Shirley Clabaugh, son Joseph Varao III, one sister Linda Clabaugh. She is survived by her husband Joseph “Joe” Varao; children and their spouses, Jack and Melanie Hughes, Laurie and Anthony Belmares, Larry and Nicee Varao, Lisa and Andre Pride, Jimmy Varao, Lisa Stevens; sister Peggy Clabaugh; brother and sister-in-law Russ and Shirlee Peterson; grandchildren Aiden, Avery, Austin, Aubrey, Desten, MiKayla, Rodney, Falisha, Jacqueline, Lauren, Todd and Mason; great grandchildren Arieonna, Alayah, Quay, Amora, Stephanie, Santiago, Derron, Brody and Jaxon. A number of nieces, nephews, extended family and dear friends also survive. Sally was a person you could never forget and, while she will be so very missed, she is okay with that because she said, “I’m not scared for I know where I’m going.” In lieu of flowers, family requests donations be made to House of Manna P.O. Box 62 Hiawassee, GA 30546.

Family will receive friends Friday, February 1, 2019 at Banister Funeral Home from 11:00AM until 1:00PM
Memorial Service will be Friday, February 1, 2019 at Banister Funeral Home at 1:00PM with Bishop Raburne Wilson officiating.
Music provided by Ryan Wilson.
Banister Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Elaine Dayton Bonner: Obituary

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Elaine Dayton Bonner

JULY 22, 1946 ~ JANUARY 24, 2019

Mrs. Elaine Dayton Bonner, age 72, of Hiawassee, Georgia passed away Thursday, January 24, 2019 at her home. Elaine was born on July 22, 1946 to Mr. D.B. and Sadie (Arrowood) Dayton in Hiawassee. She was a member of North Mt. Zion Church of God her entire life and a life long resident of Towns County. Elaine graduated from Towns County High School and later went on to North Georgia College to receive her license as a Registered Nurse. She retired after 24 years of nursing and her new joy came from baking cakes or pies for everyone she knew. Elaine loved “Gone with the Wind” so much that she modeled her home in its likeness and would make her own dresses in the antebellum style. Elaine had the biggest heart, she cared for people on many levels, from her own family to the patients at work and for her church family. She truly had a heart of gold. Elaine is preceded in death by her parents, D.B. and Sadie Dayton; brother D.L. Dayton and sister Vonnell Allen. She is survived by her husband, Warren Bonner; sons, Scott and Jason Bonner both of Hiawassee; grandchildren, Brooke Bonner of Gainesville, and Chase Bonner of Blairsville; great grandchildren, Kenson and Nova Whelchel and her sister Mae Holcomb of Clayton. Elaine will greatly missed by all her family, friends, and her dog, Rover.

Visitation: Saturday, January 26, 2019. 3:00PM until 5:00PM at North Mt. Zion Church of God.
Memorial Service: Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 5:00 PM at North Mt. Zion Church of God with Bishop Raburne Wilson officiating.
Music Provided by: Ryan Wilson
Banister Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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