Johnny Lewis, age 73, of Savannah passed away Friday, October 24th at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
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Kathleen (Kathy) Ann Walton passed on October 20, 2014.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, Ernest C. Walton Jr. and Donald C. Walton and is survived by her mother, Mary A. Walton of Thunderbolt, Georgia and a sister, Karrie Crowley of Dunedin, Florida; several nephews and a niece.
David R. Arnsdorff, age 68, of Port Wentworth, passed away Friday, October 17th, 2014 at Hospice Savannah.
A native of Port Wentworth, he was the son of Loys and Evelyn Tuten Arnsdorff. Mr. Arnsdorff was a veteran of the National Guard and continued his career in service at the National Linen Service of Savannah. Mr. Arnsdorff was also involved in organizations such as the American Legion Post 135 and the St. Patrick’s Day Committee.
Survivors include his mother, Evelyn Tuten of Savannah; brother and sister, Bruce Arnsdorff and Jane Beasley of Savannah; wife, Abigail Arnsdorff of Port Wentworth; son, Richard Arnsdorff (Kristi) of Fayetteville; and two daughters, Kendall Gunter (James) of Yardley, PA and Amanda Arnsdorff of Savannah.
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