Henry Cochran Funeral Home
Henry Cochran Funeral Home
3911 Highway 515
Blue Ridge, GA
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Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He was 89.
Watson died at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, where he was hospitalized recently after falling at his home in Deep Gap, in the Blue Ridge Mountains. He underwent abdominal surgery while in the hospital and had been in critical condition for several days.
Arthel “Doc” Watson’s mastery of flatpicking helped make the case for the guitar as a lead instrument in the 1950s and 1960s, when it was often considered a backup for the mandolin, fiddle or banjo. His fast playing could intimidate other musicians, even his own grandson, who performed with him.
Richard Watson said in a 2000 interview with The...
Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Margaret is survived by her children, Philip Huchel and his wife, Gloria, of Fort Worth, Texas, Gail Jessen and her husband, Elmer, of Buffalo Lake, Minn., Greta Meador and her husband, George, of Blue Ridge, Va., and Esther Huchel, of Lake George, Minn.; grandchildren; Jennifer Kans, Ronnie Keseley, Tammy Cannon and her husband, Lonnie, Brook Benes and his wife, Sandy, Chris Huchel and his wife, Amanda, Anna Huchel, Jerediah Jessen and his wife, Crystal, Amanda Jessen, Shawn Aldrich, Melissa Tolbert and her husband, Stevie, Heather Hogan, Shanna Brown, Jessica Brown and Tara Brown; many great-grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Marsha Huchel, of Bridgeport, Wash.; son-in-law, Benny Benes, of Duluth, Minn.; brothers-in-law, Raymond Huchel and his wife, Karla, of South Carolina, Larry Huchel, of Indiana, and Ron Huchel and his wife, Claudia, of Sebeka, Minn.; sisters-in-law, Pat Foster and her husband, Wes, of Ingraham, Ill., and Sandy McGregor and her husband, Carlos, of Olney; nieces and nephews, Pearl Anderson and her husband, Gerald, of Richland County, Harold Foerster and his wife Cindy, of Richland County, Frances Stoll, of Richland County, Bob Foerster, of Richland County, and Hesta Bracken and her husband, Charles, of Richland County; and many other relatives and friends.Margaret was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Ellen Patterson; husband, Elmer Huchel; son, Kenneth Huchel; daughter, Linda Benes; granddaughter, Tanya Benes; grandson, Bret Jessen; three sisters, Grace (William) Foerster, Hazel (Charles) Frank, Rosella (Clarence) Robinson; three brothers Lawrence, Samuel and Harley Patterson; nephews, John Foerster and Raymond Foerster; mother-in-law, Selma Huchel; father-in-law, Ralph Huchel; brothers-in-law, Levan Huchel and Maurice Huchel; and and sister-in-law, Karla Huchel.Memorials preferred to ConnectCare Hospice in Hutchinson, Minn.Online obituary and guest book available at www.hantge.com. Click on obituaries/guest book.
Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Lower Richland 43
Columbia 43, Keenan 36
Bishop England 61, Lake City 50
Abbeville 54, Denmark-Olar 51
Timmonsville 56, C.E. Murray 36
BASEBALL Blue Ridge 11, Berea 4
WP: Rider (1-0). Hitters: Wheeler (BR) 2-4, 2 2B; Lancaster (BR) 2-3; Coster (BR) 2B. Records: BR 1-0, Berea 0-1.
WRESTLING STATE INDIVIDUAL MEET At Civic Center of Anderson CLASS AAAA
106 – 1. Jackson Myers (Lexington), 2. Alex Roberts (Hillcrest), 3. James Sass (Summerville), 4. Devon Faile (Rock Hill)
113 – 1. Hector Contreras (Dorman), 2. Andrew Szalwinski (Lexington), 3. Cody Bridgeman (Westside), 4. Javon Jordan (Fort Dorchester)
120 – 1. Jordan Wigger (Summerville), 2. Nicholas Young (Stratford), 3. Joseph Brown (Spartanburg), 4. Blake Risinger (Lexington)
126 – 1. Jason Huger (Wando), 2. Chris Armstrong-McIntyre (Spartanburg), 3. Joey Antoine (Westside), 4. Dyllan Hurlburt (Wren)
132 – 1. Austin Such (Riverside), 2. Gavin Perkins (Summerville), 3. Devin Horgan (Hillcrest), 4. Abdule Shabazz (Goose Creek)
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138 – 1. Versean Ponds (Dorman), 2. Bishop Ashley (Rock Hill), 3. Walker Barfield (Lexington), 4. Chad Wood (Summerville)
145 – 1. Will Thomas (Dorman), 2. Erik Williams (Hanna), 3. Greg Groce (Conway), 4. Robbie Haselrig (Rock Hill)
152 – 1. Dequon Wilson (Fort Dorchester), 2. Zach Armstrong (Ashley Ridge), 3. Caleb Brack (Lexington), 4. Thomas Mabry (Gaffney)
160 – 1. Jamal Lackey (White Knoll), 2. T...
Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Spruce Pine, He was an active member at St Luciens Catholic Church and was a member of the Church Council. He served on the Mitchell County Economic Development Commission and a member of the Blue Ridge Hospital System Board of Directors. In Rockingham, He was an active member of St. James Catholic Church and was on the parish council. He was also Vice President of the Richmond County Amateur Radio Club.
When he was not involved in community work, he enjoyed fishing, hunting, target shooting, woodworking, computers and Amateur Radio(W1GFM). He loved demonstrating amateur radio for the local Spruce Pine school children and on one occasion provided them an opportunity to speak with the astronauts aboard the space shuttle earning him “coolest Dad in the school” status. He was also a pilot for close to 40 years and loved to take people up for their first plane ride.
He loved to make people laugh and always had a joke to share. He was a dedicated and loving father and husband. Most important to him was the time he spent with friends and family, especially his five grandchildren . He took every opportunity to teach them many of the skills and lessons he acquired throughout his life. Your stories, love and presence will remain in our hearts forever and we love you.
The family wishes to thank everyone for their love and support during this time. We welcome you to share your memories and comments at: http://www.watson-kingfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Richard-Barber1961559560/#/TributeWall
In lieu of flowers the family requests that you make a donation to the Richmond County Amateur Radio Club Youth Education Fund (PO Box 1963, Rockingham NC 28380) or at www.richmondcountyarc.org, or to Saint James Catholic Church (PO Box 1208, Hamlet NC 28345).
Thu, Jan 19, 2012
High finished first and Eastside second, but the wealth was spread during Saturday’s Greenville County wrestling tournament.
Ten schools had wrestlers in the finals, and seven had champions.
Blue Ridge brought seven wrestlers, and six of them placed in the top six. Carolina, which started a program two years ago, had three place-winners. Travelers Rest had a champion (June Downs at 197 pounds) for the firs...
Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Most Outstanding Wrestler.
“I just wrestle to the best of my abilities,” said Starkes, who had to work overtime for a 5-3 decision against Blue Ridge’s Jordon Ludd in the final.
Greenville’s Antonio Moore became a two-time county champion by winning at 182, and the Red Raiders’ Duncan Benson took first at 172.
Eastside had three champions: Jacob Simmons (140), Marlin Houtz (154) and Tre Long (285).
“Across the board it wasn’t the best finish, but we certainly had some kids do well,” Eastside coach Jack Kosmicki said. “Jacob winning was huge because (Riverside’s) Coates (Carpenter) is a very good wrestler.”
Simmons earned a 2-1 decision over Carpenter, a two-time state runner-up.
The 134-pound final between Eastside’s Clay Walker and Riverside’s Austin Such was stopped by the referee with Such leading 4-3 in the second period.
Walker had been battling an injury to his left shoulder incurred in the semifinals. The result was a second county title for Such.
Mauldin’s Charlie Cook won his second straight county title, placing first at 122, and Travelers Rest’s June Downs claimed the 197-pound crown and improved to 35-1.
Greer had two champions: Jalen Chapman at 128 and Storm Nelson at 147.
For the top six finishers in each weight class, go to GreenvilleOnline.com.
Thu, Dec 15, 2011
SPARTANBURG — Caleb Rowe has admittedly been in his element during preparation for the Shrine Bowl, and not just because Blue Ridge’s senior quarterback -- bound for the University of Maryland -- belongs among the best players in the state.
“I’m livin’ large over here,” Rowe said following Wednesday‘s second practice at Spartanburg High School.
He flashed a smile as wide as the linemen he’s had in front of him this week.
Rowe, as energetic and outgoing as he is talented, said the football and the camaraderie have be...
Sat, Nov 19, 2011
Wes worked as a millwright for many years and was a member of the Twin Cities Carpenters and Joiners Union of Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minn. He was also a member of the Waynesboro Moose Lodge and the Blue Ridge Bear and Coon Club. He was a huge baseball fan, and before his health started to fail, he was an avid hunter.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Wendellyn "Lyn" Eric Allen, who passed away on Mother's Day, May 11, 2008, and his oldest brother, Manley Thurman Allen, who passed away March 28, 2011.
He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Wesley "Ley" Edward Allen Jr. and Betty of Boones Mill; two grandchildren, Celia Allen Ellis and Wesley Edward Allen III and...
Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Class AAA second-round game. … Wade Hampton had 452 yards rushing in last week’s 42-21 win over Pickens, the Generals‘ first postseason victory in 24 years. … York had nine sacks and held Blue Ridge to 192 total yards in last week’s 44-34 win. … York is No. 8 in Class AAA.
Newberry (8-3) at Woodruff (10-0): Class AA Division I second-round game. … Woodruff had a bye last week. … Woodruff went undefeated in the regular season for the second time in three years. … Woodruff is No. 3 in Class AAA and No. 6 in The Greenville News Upstate rankings.
Emerald (6-5) at Pendleton (7-3): Class AA Division I second-round game. … Pendleton had a bye last week. … Pendleton has a five-game winning streak. … Pendleton's losses came against Abbeville, the top-ranked Class A team, and Class AAA opponents Blue Ridge and Daniel.
Liberty (9-2) at Pageland Central (8-2): Class AA Division II second-round game. … Central had a bye last week. … Liberty has as many wins this season as in the previous six seasons combined. … Central, No. 6 in Class A, is the defending state champion.
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Saluda (6-5) at Chesnee (3-7): Class AA Division II second-round game. … Chesnee had a bye last week. … Chesnee has won three of its last four games after an 0-6 start.
Carolina (7-4) at Mid-Carolina (7-3): Class AA Division II second-round game. … Mid-Carolina had a bye last week. … Carolina WR Timas Peterson has 47 receptions for 1,182 yards (25.4 yards per catch) and 14 TDs. … Carolina DL David Jones has 24 tackles for loss.
Landrum (9-2) at Abbeville (10-1): Class A Division I second-round game. … Since the start of the 2006 season, Abbeville is 70-7. … Landrum last won nine games in 1979, finishing at 9-2. … Abbeville is No. 1 in Class A. Landrum is No. 7.
Ninety Six (7-4) at Chesterfield (10-1): Class A Division I second-round game. … Chesterfield, coached by former USC QB Steve Tanneyhill, has won nine games in a row since losing to Class AA Cheraw. … Chesterfield is No. 3 in Class AAA.
Fox Creek (9-2) at Christ Church (9-1): Class A Division II second-round game. … Since the start of the 2008 season, Christ Church is 41-6. … Fox Creek is coming off a 41-21 win over Southside Christian. … Christ Church is No. 6 in Class A.
McCormick (3-8) at Williston-Elko (9-2): Class A Division II second-round game. … Former Hillcrest coach Dwayne Garrick is 53-11 since taking over at Williston-Elko in 2007.
Sat, Nov 12, 2011
The employees of the acquired seven retail branches and the trust company will become employees of CertusBank.
CertusBank, a subsidiary of Blue Ridge Holdings Inc., has $1.8 billion in assets, 35 branch locations, three operations centers and several business offices in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and northern Florida.
Earlier this year, the bank acquired the former CommunitySouth in Easley, First Georgia of Franklin, Ga., and Atlantic Southern Bank of Macon, Ga.
CertusBank has said it plans to grow aggressively throughout the Southeast. The bank will locate its corporate headquarters in developer Bob Hughes’ mixed-use complex at the old Woolworth’s site in downtown Greenville.
Last month, Blue Ridge Holdings said it had reached an agreement to purchase Sage Southeastern Securities Inc. of Atlanta. The new broker dealer will carry the name of Certus Capital Inc., company officials said.