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April 4, 2012

6 p.m. OBITUARY UPDATE

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Deaths reported to The Moultrie Observer on Wednesday, April 4, 2012, include Leon Carlton, 84 of Loganville, Ga.; Debra Lee Griffin, 59, of Moultrie; Ruby Inez Alderman Jolly, 84, of Moultrie; Anthony Tyshaun Keith, 27,  of Moultrie; Joseph Harris Rogers, 49, of Ocilla; Charles Wesley Harrell, 84, of Norman Park; and John Ward Herndon Sr., 71, of Tucker, Ga., and formerly of Moultrie.

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