Paulk Funeral Home

online funeral home guide
funeral home, cemeteries
 

send sympathy flowers and gifts

        #  Funeral Flowers
        #  Sympathy Flowers
        Archives  Death Certificates
        #  Obituary Search

Funeral Home Search
 
  Funeral Home Name:

  State:
-- OR --
   Zip:
  All Listings Within:
  
   


Funeral Guide

 


 

 

 

 

 

Funeral Homes > Georgia > Fitzgerald > Paulk Funeral Home

Paulk Funeral Home

Paulk Funeral Home
301 South Main Street
Fitzgerald, GA 31750
Phone: (229) 423-2033
Send Funeral Flowers to Paulk Funeral Home

Flower Arrangements are available for delivery to this facility starting at only $49.95   from our trusted florist - Flower Arrangements

Funeral Home Services: This facility is a funeral home
Funeral Director: Please contact Paulk Funeral Home to find out if funeral director services are available
Cemetery: This facility is a cemetery
Cremation Services: This facility offers cremation services


Paulk Funeral Home is a funeral home located in Fitzgerald, GA. Other Nearby funeral homes, memorial chapels, cemeteries, and funeral services providers are listed below. Browse by the cities and towns surrounding Fitzgerald, Georgia and near Paulk Funeral Home.


Other Cities Nearby
Fitzgerald Funeral Homes
 

Local Obituaries and Funeral Notice News


Artist Mahaffey White embraced spirit of adventure

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
In 2005 Mrs. White was honored by The Women of Achievement Inc. with the Initiative award. Survivors include two sons, Capt. Richard Mahaffey White (USN retired) of Bethesda, Md., and Albert Fitzgerald White of Tupelo, Miss.; a brother, Edwin Mahaffey of Memphis; two grandchildren; and close friend and caregiver, Dr. Derene Akins. A celebration of Mrs. White's life will be held in early June at St. John's Episcopal Church, 3245 Central. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. John's Episcopal Church or a charity of the donor's choosing. (The Commercial Appeal)

Britt Kennerly: Rosies, we owe tons of thanks - Florida Today

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Moran was born in 1924 in Madrid, Ala. The mother of Bruce Moran of Mims, she was an airplane riveter during the war years, something her obituary says she “was most proud of.” Myrtle Meade Fitzgerald, of Titusville, who died at the “grand age of 100” on Aug. 29, 2011. A native Kentuckian, she moved to Brevard in the 1990s. Fitzgerald worked in factories as a Rosie, said her son, Paul Salisbury of Titusville. “Rosies and Volunteer Rosies performed jobs that were absolutely essential. They donated scraps. They bought war bonds. They really changed the face of the war effort,” said Donnaleen Lanktree of Rochester Hills, Mich., ARRA president and the daughter of a Rosie. “I can’t imagine my 5-foot-1-inch mother working as a riveter. ... She always said the best thing about the war was that women got to wear slacks.” Whatever their contributions, Rosies showed the world what a woman could and would do given the opportunity to pitch in — many while raising families, working other jobs or going to school. It’s estimated that Rosies and the men they worked alongside built 80,000 landing craft, 100,000 tanks, 300,000 aircraft, 15 million guns, 44 billion rounds of small-arms ammunition. In the process, these women assembled a legacy of incredible strength, grace, spirit and ingenuity. What better way to build on the past than to share Rosies’ stories while we still can? ...

Carl Jacob Steigerwald

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Europe. He was always close to his co-workers and friends. Carl was predeceased by his sister, Ellen Steigerwald, and grandparents. Visitations at Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 1860 S. Mulford Road, Rockford, IL, 61108, will be held Friday, Feb. 10, from 4 until 8 p.m., with rosary at 8 p.m. Additional visitation will take place from 10 until 10:45 a.m. before the funeral Mass, officiated by Father Peter Sarnicki, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, in St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, 201 Buckbee St., Rockford, IL 61104. A private family burial will take place in Winona. A memorial fund in Carl’s name is being established in lieu of flowers. (Winona Daily News)

Freida Milsten Schuman - Tulsa World

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Sunday, January 29, 2012 at Temple Israel, with interment following at Rose Hill Cemetery. Contributions in Frieda’s honor may be made to St. Simeon’s, the Alzheimer’s Foundation, or Temple Israel. Fitzgerald Ivy Chapel 918-585-1151. Please leave condolences for the family at www.fitzgeraldivychapel.com This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 1/27/2012. Copyright 2012 World Publishing Co. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Monument brings back memories - Akron Beacon Journal

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
The new monument “looks great,” he said. “Everyone is tickled with it.” The hotel, known as a “business with a soul,” was where entertainers like Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington and others stayed when they played at the nightclubs on the street. Because of racial prejudice, the entertainers were unable to stay at other Akron hotels, Horns said. Alberta Banton Williams, 73, lived the first eight years of her life in the hotel. Her father ran a hat business at the rear of the barbershop and beauty salon, she said. Along with cleaning and blocking hats, her father, Elmore Banton, who died in 1955, answered phones at the hotel and would clean up at night, she said. George Mathews and his wife were her godparents, she said, and she was named after George’s wife, Alberta. “The black barbershop is part of the black culture, where men would get together and talk,” said Williams, who taught school in Akron, lived in New York for four decades and now lives in Copley Township. “I remember buses coming with orchestras and singers … It was an exciting place.” The monument brings back memories for Deborah Williams, 62, of Akron. Her mother, Naomi Blake, was the last one to leave the beauty shop before the hotel closed, she said. Blake worked as a hair stylist for about a half century in Akron, mostly at the hotel. Jeffrey Bray, 67, of Akron, also has a connection to the hotel. His mother, the late Janice Bray, was responsible for booking the entertainers at the High Hat Lounge until she bought the club in 1971. It closed in the late 1970s. His father, the late Leon Bray, was a drummer who played at the High Hat a few times. Bray also is a drummer who sat in with musician Lou Donaldson at the age of 15 for one song and watched many jazz greats who played at the High Hat, including Jimmy Smith, Wes Montgomery, Dizzy Gillespie and Max Roach. Playing with Donaldson, he said, “was unbelievable, a good feeling.” News of the monument also brought back memories for Martyn Flunoy, 59, of Akron, who has a booklet for a black rubber industry employers group called the Alpha Omego club. The booklet marked the Sepia Rubber Carnival, held on March 27, 1941. His late mother, Blanche Flunoy, a factory worker at B.F. Goodrich, had collected the booklet. Inside the booklet, he found an advertisement for Banton’s hat shop that included a picture of the hotel. Flunoy, who works at Kent State University and plays drums with the Bizarros, remembers buying albums and singles at record stores on North Howard Street when he was a teenager. “It looks great,” he said of the monument. There’s some discrepancy as to the spelling of the hotel name over the years. While the inscription on the monument is spelled Hotel Matthews with two t’s and the owner George Mathews spelled his name with one, in his 1982 obituary, the name of the hotel was spelled Mathews. A photograph of the hotel in the 1941 booklet owned by Flunoy also spelled the name of the hotel as Mathews. But a 1930 photograph of the hotel on the Akron website shows the inscription on the hotel as Hotel Matthews. In her Akron home, Louise Jackson has an entire wall of family photos. Some are some pictures from the hotel, including one showing her at a dinner at the hotel. Jackson said Mathews treated everyone who worked at the hotel as family. “He loved people,” she said. “...

Josef Skvorecky, Czech-Born Writer, Dies at 87

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
He also wrote for film and television and translated American classics into Czech, having been drawn to American literature from an early age, particularly to Hemingway, Fitzgerald and Twain. After leaving Czechoslovakia during the Soviet suppression of the “Prague Spring” in 1968, Mr. Skvorecky taught American literature at the University of Toronto, where he also wrote of the émigré life and of Western students with no sense of history. Over the next two decades he and his wife, Zdena Salivarova, a writer and actress, published several hundred books that had been banned in their home country, sustaining Czech literature while introducing it to an international readership. With Mr. Kundera, Mr. Skvorecky shared a fascination with the private lives of people shadowed by the heavyhanded police state, seeking pleasures — whether those of friendship, music or sex — in an otherwise joyless political climate. Mr. Skvorecky spoke of his own experience in the introduction to his novella “The Bass Saxophone”: “In the days when everything in life was fresh — because we were 16, 17 — I used to blow tenor sax. Very poorly. Our band was called Red Music, which in fact was a misnomer, since the name had no political connotations: there was a band in Prague that called itself Blue Music and we, living in the Nazi Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, had no idea that in jazz blue is not a color, so we called ours Red. But if the name itself had no political connotations, our sweet, wild music did; for jazz was a sharp thorn in the sides of the power-hungry men, from Hitler to Brezhnev, who successfully ruled in my native land.” Josef Vaclav Skvorecky, who had the look of a stolid burgher with eyes that seemed always preparing to smile, was born in Nachod, Bohemia, in what was then Czechoslovakia, on Sept. 27, 1924. His father was a bank clerk. A playmate was Milos Forman, who went on to fame as the director of films like “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus.” Michael T. Kaufman, a former correspondent for The Times, died in 2010. Daniel E. Slotnik contributed reporting. (New York Times)

The future according to 'The Great Swami' - The Beacon

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
While filming his fishing TV show, D’Arcy Egan is struck in the face by a flying carp and knocked off the boat where he is bitten by a Round Goby.• May 2022 — Ed Fitzgerald announces a key strategic partnership with several other business owners on Put-in-Bay to allow gambling on the island. However, the McCann family balks at the proposal, so the primary source of entertainment on the island will continue to be rock ’n’ roll. LONG LIVE ROCK ’N’ ROLL!!! Ageless entertainer Mike “Mad Dog” Adams also commented, but his comments were not printable!• June 2022 — The Miller Boat Line introduces a new high-speed ferry boat, the S.S. Billy Market! It goes from Catawba Point to the Lime Kiln Dock on Put-in-Bay in 3 minutes! To commemorate the maiden voyage, the Lime Kiln dock plays host to 50,000 aging Parrot Heads as Jimmy Buffet performs on the Island.• July 2022 — Lake Erie turns green from heavy phosphorus-laden algae blooms from Monroe to Cleveland. The bloom kills all of the Asian Carp in the Lake. The massive kill is blamed on asbestos contamination from the artificial reefs created in 2012 from the ruins of the old Waterworks Building in Port Clinton.• August 2022 — The Inter-Lake Yachting Association’s annual Sail Regatta at Put-in-Bay draws 357 yachts from all over the Great Lakes. The event has become the No. 1 sailing event in the world!!! For the eighth straight year, former Beacon Publisher John Schaffner wins first overall honors! Oak Harbor joins Genoa and Elmore as a highly desirable residential community fed by the huge expansion of the Materion operation and the expansion at Davis-Besse. Because of the population shift, the County Commissioners announce that they will move the county seat to Oak Harbor.• September 2022 — Eric and Kassie Anderson’s NASCAR team featuring local driver Alonzo Russo, wins the Sprint Cup in Homestead, Fla. Football season begins with the Port Clinton Lakers favored to win the Sandusky Bay Conference championship. However, they lose to Oak Harbor for the sixth straight season as the Rockets go on to the Championship.• October 2022 — A special “Sweetest Day” poll on The Beacon’s website (there are no print newspapers in 2022) establishes former Port Clinton Mayor Debbie Hymore-Tester as the “Sweetest” person in Ottawa County! The city allows a special Goose Hunting day on the Port Clinton City Beach, which had been condemned due to excess goose coli-form pollution.• November 2022 — Jimmy Stefano runs for the 9th District congressional seat held by Chris Redfern and wins a squeaker. Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone announces that he will organize and appoint an “Ad Hoc” committee to study a potential marina in Port Clinton. “I think this could help revitalize the downtown,” says Leone.• December 2022 — Despite losing only one game to Oak Harbor, the Port Clinton Redskins win their first State Championship in football. Coach Toby Hammond credits the “Redskin Rebuild” program for its dedication and patience in creating the most “state-of-the-art” weight room in Ohio high school football! ...

Benjamin H. Renshaw, III - Tulsa World

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Davelene, of Tulsa, OK, two stepsons: Mark Long of Tulsa, OK; and Gary Long of Overland Park, KS, cousins: Philip Widing of Warren, CT; and Jan Van Gilder of Washington, DC. Arrangements: Fitzgerald Southwood Colonial Chapel, 3612 E. 91st St, Tulsa, OK, 74137, (918) 291-3500. f i t z g e r a l d s o u t h w o o d c h a p e l . c o m This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 1/1/2012. Copyright 2012 World Publishing Co. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Linn F. Pfeilsticker — Wabasha

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Felix Catholic Church in Wabasha with the Rev.Thomas Cook officiating. Interment will be in St. Felix Cemetery. Casket bearers will be Tom Schmidt, Tom Gosse, Curt, Derek and Richard Klein and Jim Fitzgerald. Military rites will be performed by the Wabasha American Legion Post No. 50 and the Burkhardt-Roemer VFW Post No. 4086.Family and friends may call from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Abbott Funeral Home in Wabasha and an hour before the service Wednesday at the church.Abbott Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  www.abbottfh.com ... (Post Bulletin)

Alice Fuhrmeister — Rochester

Wed, Dec 21, 2011
Marlene Towey; and a brother, Charles O’Connell. She is preceded in death by parents, Francis and Phoebe O’Connell; brothers, John, Clarence, Nicolas, Walter, Richard and Edward; sisters, Catherine Fitzgerald and Mary Margaret Bishoff; and son, Keith. Alice married Lorenz Fuhrmeister of Rochester on June 10, 1961, at St. Bridget Church. Lorenz and Alice recently celebrated 50 years of love, commitment, and family! They lived in many locations throughout Minnesota and Iowa, and finally settled in Rochester. Alice was a wonderful mom to eight children: Lee (Mary), Brian (Rocio), Keith, Brenda Johnson (Jeff), Valerie Miller (Scott), Jason (Rachel), Amy Sieler (Peter), and Joe (Jonele). Their many grandchildren (Ben, Lee, Kelly, Jessica, Jordan, Jazzmine, Jaydon, Mel... (Post Bulletin)




Fresh Flowers

Featured Funeral Homes

King and Sons Funeral Home
Mlk Drive
Glennville , GA 30427

Myhand Curtis F Funeral Director
506 Hill Street
Lagrange , GA 30241

Allison Memorial Chapel Funeral Home
10141 Colerain Road
Saint Marys , GA 31558

Albritten s Funeral Service
395 Cedar Hill Avenue Southeast
Dawson , GA 39842

Almon Funeral Home Obituary Line
548 Newnan Street
Carrollton , GA 30117








Fitzgerald