Mr. Anthony Rowlo Harvey, 60, of Savannah, GA., passed away on Saturday, July 29, 2023.Print This Obituary & Condolences
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Natalie Elaine Fitts Goodall, age 93,entered her eternal rest on July 26th, 2023 with family at her side.
Natalie was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts on October 1st, 1029. She graduated from Haverhill HS and
married the love of her life in Lake Winnipesaukee, NH before moving to Florida for several years. They
then moved to So. Portland, Maine where they lived for many years and raised two daughters. They later
retired to Ormond Beach, Florida and then moved to Pooler, Ga to live near family.
In her youth, Natalie enjoyed being a telephone operator and later became a bookkeeper for the family
owned businesses and then was bookkeeper for several other companies in Florida.
Natalie was active in Garden Club in So. Portland, Maine and was an active member of the Pooler Senior
Center where she loved to make friends and play bingo. She loved to travel and enjoyed many trips in
She was the sweetest lady that was loved by everyone who met her and was known for her caring
thoughtfulness of family and friends.
She is predeceased by her loving husband of 62 years, Leonard C. Goodall, her in-laws, Henry and
Gladys Goodall who she dearly loved and Sister, Norma Fitts Seaman.
She leaves behind her daughters, Nancy Crawford (Don)Tn, Sally Mitchell (David)Ga., Grandchildren;
Phillip Worth (Traci) Fl, Jennifer Worth,Tn., Tatiana Mitchell, Ga and Dakota Mitchell, Ga, ;great
granddaughter, Madeline Worth, Id and sister Shirley Fitts Bailey, NH and nieces and nephews.
Services will be held Thursday, August 3rd, 2023, 11:00 AM at Family First Chapel, 1328 Dean Forest Rd., Savannah, GA with a luncheon to follow at 955 Plantation Dr., Pooler.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Pooler Senior Center, 955 Plantation Dr., Pooler, GA 31322Print This Obituary & Condolences
Mr. James Carl Blauman, 67, of Richmond Hill, GA., passed away on Thursday, July 27, 2023.Print This Obituary & Condolences
Leyver Suchiapa Ruiz, 32, entered his eternal resting place on July 26, 2023, with his family by his side.
Leyver was born in Tuxtla, Gutiérrez Chiapas, Mexico, on April 26, 1991, and graduated from middle school in July of 2005 shortly before moving to Savannah, Georgia in 2006.
7 years later, he met the love of his life, Hildeliza Cruz Martínez in July of 2013.
By March 2015, they had moved in together and embraced a new phase in their lives as parents, when on February 14, 2016, their first son, Leyver Valentín Suchiapa Cruz, was born.
3 years later, their family would get bigger when they gave birth to their second son, Christopher Suchiapa Cruz, on February 14, 2019.
Leyver considered it the most beautiful miracle and blessing God could have given him, by having both sons born on Valentines Day.
Leyver started doing landscaping at the early age of 15 but quickly became self-employed by 2011.
In 2012 he met Gary Gordon, who immediately recognized Leyver’s work ethic and potential. Leyver became an essential part of the 520 Wings restaurant and their relationship transformed from business partners to brothers.
Not only did Leyver teach himself to speak English, but also accomplished many other dreams while in the United States.
Leyver inspired, challenged, and trusted Gary so much, that he gave him the honor of becoming the Godfather to Christopher.
Layver was not only a hard and dedicated worker, but most importantly, he was a very loving and passionate man when it came to his family.
During his final days, Leyver would spend all his time and energy with his children.
He is survived by his father, José Armando Suchiapa Simuta; his wife, Hildeliza Cruz Martínez; two children, Leyver Valentin Suchiapa Cruz and Christopher Suchiapa Cruz; three brothers, Romario Suchiapa Ruiz, Wilberth Suchiapa Flores, and Osvaldo Suchiapa Flores; his best friend, who was with him until the last day of his life, Gary Gordon, as well as cousins and friends.
A funeral service will be held on Saturday August 5, 2023, at Family First Chapel at 1328 Dean Forest Road Savannah Georgia 31405Print This Obituary & Condolences
Susan Mills Justice peacefully passed away on July 22, 2023 after a 40-year battle with early onset Parkinson’s disease.
Susan was born on March 5th , 1949 along with her twin brother, Tommy. The argument still goes on as to who was actually born first. She had 3 other brothers, Rob, Steve, and Chris and she has all the scars to prove she was the only girl of the family. Her parents, Don and Virginia, passed down many qualities to Susan
that she used until her death.
She could cook the best chicken and dumplings and chocolate pie, could sew anything, make any craft, and was always up for a great party. Her father taught her to be determined and stubborn which served her
well in the end.
Susan was an educator for over 35 years and touched thousands of lives. She taught every grade except kindergarten
but would always say 5th grade was her favorite. As she ended her career, she was one of the very first technology teachers in Bryan County. Her family thought this was humorous because she really wasn’t that great with a computer.
She loved a good sweet, to host a fabulous party, beautiful flowers but NO carnations, and had a wicked sense of humor. She was extremely proud of all the famous people she met growing up in Chapel Hill, NC. Kate Taylor, sister of James Taylor (Carolina on my Mind) was one of Susan’s best friends. She claimed he played the guitar in her living room. Francis Collins (director of NIH) allowed Susan to babysit his daughter. Susan said the daughter was probably smarter than her.
She is survived by her daughter Amy and her husband, Hank Perry, her only grandson Mills, and her former husband, George Justice.
The family would like to thank her caregivers who showed her tremendous love and care, Anna, Linda, Helen, Zen, and
If you would like to honor her, you can make a donation to PACK 4 Mall Terrace Savannah, GA 31406.
She asked for no flowers because you might just send carnations.Print This Obituary & Condolences