Vinie Head Ribron
Vinie Kiziah Head Ribron, 71, of Nahunta, passed away Monday morning (Aug. 10, 2015) at her residence following an extended illness.
Born in Waverly, she was the daughter of Willie “Bill” Head and Martha Wilson Head. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Elzie Ribron, two infant daughters, a daughter, Vinie Kay Ribron, a grandson, Sheldon Rocky Flowers Jr. “Little Man,” two brothers, Richard Head and David Head, and two sisters, Polly Head and Mary Whitley.
She was a homemaker and she enjoyed fishing, singing and her grandchildren. She was of the Baptist faith. She was known as “Nannie” to all the children who knew her.
Survivors include her two sons and daughters-in-law, William and Sheila Rousey, of Waynesville, and Richard and Amanda Rousey, of Nahunta; a daughter and son-in-law, Elsie “Sissi” and the Rev. Alton Cribb, of Nahunta; five grandchildren, David Rousey (Taylor), Jennifer Rentz (Richard), Cassie Rousey, all of Nahunta, Roxie Flowers, of Hortense, and Dalton Cribb, of Waynesville; three great-grandchildren, Trenton Rentz, Ashton Rentz and Wyatt Rousey; two special nieces, Aubrey Marie Benson and Taylor Lynn Benson; her best friend, Polly Wainright; and several nieces, nephews and other relatives.
A funeral will be held Thursday evening at 7 o’clock at Nahunta Church of God with the Rev. Jason Marden, the Rev. Charles Florey, the Rev. Alton Cribb and the Rev. Iane Sastre officiating.
Visitation will be held an hour prior to the service, starting at 6 o’clock.
Arrangements are with Frye Funeral Home, Nahunta.
Sympathy may be expressed by signing the online registry at fryefh.com
Eric James Moore
A funeral for Eric James Moore, 22, of Blackshear, took place Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock at Youmans Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Bryan Gunter and the Rev. Randall Gunter officiating.
Serving as pallbearers were Chad Bristow, Garrett Taylor, Tim Varnadore, Rusty Ritchie, Jim Scales and James Sandusky.
Burial followed in Waters Cemetery in Blackshear.
Hart Funeral Home of Blackshear was in charge of arrangements.