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MSgt James Duncan Hamilton, USAF (Ret) 1928-2012

James Duncan Hamilton, 83, entered into rest on Monday, April 9, 2012.

Mr. Hamilton was born on September 18, 1928 in Kinston, North Carolina. He was of the Methodist faith. With honor, courage, and commitment, MSgt Hamilton served his country in the United States Air Force, retiring after twenty three years of dedicated service. He truly enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, especially his wife, children and grandchildren.

Edward Calvin Butler

Edward Calvin Butler

Edward Calvin Butler, 77, went home to be with Jesus on Monday, April 9, 2012.

Calvin was born on June 3, 1934 in Turner County, Georgia. He was a member of Parkway Assembly of God Church in Macon, Georgia. With pride and honor, Calvin served in the United States Navy, serving during the Korean conflict. After twenty four years of dedicated service, he retired from Merico, Inc. / Colonial Baking Company where he was a Sales Manager. He enjoyed spending time with his family, making picture frames, remodeling houses and reading his Bible.

MSgt Earl E. Noll, USAF (Ret)

MSgt Earl E. Noll, USAF (Ret), 91, entered into rest on Friday, January 27, 2012.

Earl was born on April 9, 1920 in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. He proudly served his country in the United States Air Force obtaining the rank of Master Sergeant before retiring. While stationed in Japan, he coached Little League Baseball, and several of his teams won titles. Earl was also the owner of Noll's Gulf Station for fifteen years.

Clare Lillian Lawler Premo 1923-2012

Clare Lillian Lawler Premo 1923-2012

Clare Lillian Lawler Premo, 88, of Warner Robins, GA died April 8, 2012 after a long and wonderful life.

Clare was born August 9, 1923 in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, to Hector James Lawler and Queenie Mildred Ansell Lawler. A young secretary during World War II, she met Harold Premo, an American pilot in Townsville, Australia. They were married in 1945, and started a family in Australia. In 1946 she boarded a ship with hundreds of other war brides, leaving her family and homeland for life in America.