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Apr 27, 2019
Meadowbrook Memory Gardens Celebrates Opening Of New Office - Douglasville, GA Patch
DOUGLASVILLE, GA -- Ellen McBrayer, Jones-Wynn Funeral Home & Crematory CFO, staff, friends and Chamber representatives celebrated the grand opening of their on-site office by holding a Douglas County Chamber ribbon cutting March 26. Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is a burial location for Jones-Wynn Funeral Home & Crematory. They are located at 1100 Hickory Level Road in Villa Rica. Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is a beautiful landscaped 30-acre perpetual care cemetery with nine sculpted and distinctly designed gardens that are set apart by unique marble, wood, and granite features and illustrate each garden's name. Meadowbrook offers traditional ground burial, mausoleum entombment, cremation ground burial, and niche internment for cremations. Their Garden of Peace is located in a tranquil setting of flowering fruit trees with a small intimate mausoleum that is available for individuals or for families. The Garden of Peace allows families to place upright markers, flat markers, memor... Jan 5, 2017
ICYMI: WellStar Hospitals To Represent in Rose Parade
DOUGLASVILLE, GA — If you watch the annual Rose Parade on January 2, there's a chance you'll see a float sponsored, in part, by a local hospital.WellStar Health System — which includes WellStar Douglas Hospital — partnered with LifeLink of Georgia and other organizations on a float designed to spread the word that organ, tissue and eye donation saves lives.The float, titled "Teammates in Life," will include thousands of handwritten messages of "love, hope and remembrance" of organ donors from across the country, including several from WellStar leaders.In 2016, there were 41 organ donors at WellStar hospitals who were responsible for 132 organ transplants and thousands of tissue donations.LifeLink is a nonprofit organization that coordinates the recovery of organs and tissue for transplants."The life-saving value of registering to be an organ, tissue and eye donor cannot be overstated. There is significant need for organ and tissue donation in this state," said Tina Kroeppler, hospital... (Patch.com)Aug 29, 2016
Georgia's Flowers at center of jobs dispute
Fair Labor Standards Act which sets minimum wage, overtime and other employment standards.
The Georgia lawsuit, filed by a Douglasville driver, is yet another in a long line of cases, boosted by Obama administration rulings, challenging Corporate America’s employment practices. They reflect the increasingly fraying ties between management and labor, particularly on job security and retirement benefits, since the Great Recession.
The Labor Department estimates 30 percent of all employers misclassify workers.
FedEx Corp., for example, agreed to a $228 million settlement last year with thousands of California drivers after a U.S. Circuit Court ruled they had been misclassified. Uber and Lyft face similar claims.
Georgia is in the midst of the misclassification fray. Construction workers in Atlanta, truck drivers at the port of Savannah, and film industry workers statewide have all claimed that employers cheated them of wages.
Not all cases involve big companies. A Chinese restaurant owner in Jonesboro was ordered by the Labor Department two years ago to pay $2 million in back wages to 84 waiters and kitchen staffers. A Marietta printer paid $32,000 to 69 misclassified workers. And an Atlanta judge awarded 73 strippers at The Onyx in Atlanta a total of $1.6 million in back pay.
Cost to taxpayers
Misclassification costs taxpayers as well as workers. Businesses that wrongfully hire independent contractors typically don’t cover worker’s compensation, payroll taxes or unemployment insurance. The Government Accountability Office reported a decade ago that misclassification cost the federal treasury $2.7 billion alone in unpaid taxes. The tally is certainly much higher today.
“I suspect this is going on on a pretty widespread basis,” said state Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, who held legislative hearings on misclassification last year.
“We had truck drivers tell us, ‘Look I’m one illnes away from being unemployed and unable to feed my family. I can’t afford to be sick and take time off.’ (And), what’s happening is that these businesses that don’t properly classify their employees are being subsidized by th... (MyAJC)Apr 22, 2016
Hammond, Thomas Price
Murry; and granddaughter, Paige Hogland.
He is survived by his loving wife, Grace (Hickey) Hammond, of Rossville; sons, Ronald (Dianne) Hammond, of Douglasville, Ga., Roger Scott Hammond, of Rossville; sister, Mildred Caul; grandchildren, Tiffany, Nick; five great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 11, in the funeral home Chapel, with Reverend Ronald Ragon Officiating.
Burial will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 in Chattanooga National Cemetery.
Family will receive friends on Monday from 12 p.m. until the time of service.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Alzheimer’s Association.
Arrangements are by W.L. Wilson & Sons Funeral home-Fort Oglethorpe.
An online guestbook is available at www.wilsonfuneralhome.com.
... (The Chattanoogan)Feb 2, 2016
WHITLEY, Louise Faye
West Cobb Funeral Home and Crematory in Marietta with Rev. Larry Ritch officiating. Interment will follow at Sunrise Memorial Gardens in Douglasville, GA. A native of Union County, NC, Mrs. Whitley moved to Mableton, GA in 1964. She retired from the Cobb County Community Services after 25 years of employment, and was a member of Victory Baptist Church. Survivors include her Husband of 61 years: Marion Whitley; 3 Children: Teresa (David) Sisson, Douglasville, GA, Marion (Alicia) Whitley, Hiram, GA., Jeff (Terry) Whitley, Marietta, GA., 2 Siblings: Glynn Horne, Indian Trail, NC and Kathryn (Charles) Trull, Wilmington, NC; 4 Grandchildren and 7 Great Grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wellstar Community Hospice, 4040 Hospital West Drive, Austell, GA 30106. The family will receive friends from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM on Saturday, January 9th at the funeral home. Online guest book @:www.westcobbfuneralhome.com... (Marietta Daily Journal)Feb 2, 2016
GOLDEN, Ruth Lina
Ruth Lina Golden, age 85, of Douglasville, GA, formerly of Canton, GA, passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2016. She was born on May 27, 1930, in Germany, and was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Golden, and son, Ron Golden. Mrs. Golden was a member of Mt. Nebo United Methodist Church. Survivors include daughter-in-law, Carole Golden of Powder Springs, GA; brother, Gerhard & Helga Ries of Germany; grandchildren, Rebecca Ann & Mark Freeman, Daniel & Christy Golden, and Amanda & Joshua Whitaker; great-grandchildren, Dylan Freeman, Madison Freeman, Abbie Freeman, Kyle Golden, Kelsey Golden, Owen Golden, and Harper Whitaker. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, January 28, 2016, at 3 PM, from Clark Funeral Home, with Reverend Joe Condra officiating. Committal services will be held on Friday, January 29, 2016, at 9 AM, from Georgia National Cemetery. Johnny Freeman, Rusty Raiden, Bryan Pearson, Mike Freeman, Johnny Mack Freeman and Matthew Raiden will serve as pallbeaers. The family will rece... (Cherokee Tribune)
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