Obituaries for July 27, 2017

Benjamin T. Fleming
July 21,1943 - July 23, 2017
Mr. Benjamin T. Fleming, age 73, passed away Sunday July 23, 2017. Services will be private.
Mr. Fleming was born July 21, 1943 in Charleroi, Pennsylvania to the late William Fleming and the late Eva Desdlem Fleming. He was a retired Navy Chief and worked as a correctional officer for 12 years.
Survivors include his wife, Vanessa Fleming of Eatonton; a brother, Bill (Jean) Fleming of Baltimore, Maryland; a sister, Karen Urius and stepson, Dean Sasanko of Pennsylvania.
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Williams Funeral Home of Eatonton had charge of arrangements.

William (Bill) Fuller
Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 2pm at Lake Oconee Lutheran Church.
William (Bill) Franklin Fuller was born September 13, 1942 in Jesup, Iowa. His parents, Omer and Mary, welcomed their 12th child into the world on that date. Currently he has five living brothers and sisters; Don, Joanie, Mert, Jim and Tom.
Bill met his wife, Marlys McAtee, in junior high. He always told people she saw him walking down the hall and said, “I will take that one.” They had been married 54 years and had planned to spend many more years together. They lived in Iowa City, IA, during Bill’s college years, then in Bemidji, MN, where he obtained his Masters degree, and in the Chicago suburbs where he worked in High School District 225 at Glenbrook South, Glenview, IL and Glenbrook North, Northbrook, IL.
For ten years, he was a physical education instructor and head wrestling coach at Glenbrook South where he and his assistant coaches enjoyed considerable success with their teams. After that, Bill accepted a position as Athletic Director at Glenbrook North where he remained for five years. His next step was to become the Associate Principal at Glenbrook North and remained there until he retired in 1998.
Bill loved the choices and opportunities he was given during his career. However, he always said he enjoyed those first ten years the most. He loved working with the young men and enjoyed helping them reach their goals on the wrestling mat. He always believed these students learned many lessons which helped shape their lives in a very positive direction. In addition, Bill always said, “I was born to play.” Anyone who knew him would attest to that statement. He will be missed by many. For the past 18 years, Bill and Marlys have enjoyed living in the Reynolds and Lake Oconee community. Great friends, great golf and great life!
Vining Ivy Hill Chapel has charge of the arrangements.

Tom Haley
July 2, 1937 – July 19, 2017
Mr. Thomas "Tom" Joseph Haley, age 80, passed away Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
The family received friends Satuday, July 22, 2017 at Williams Funeral Home in Milledgeville. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Mr. Haley was born in Minnesota and had lived at Lake Sinclair since 1972. He was the son of the late James William Haley and Julia Margaret Stonich Haley and was preceded in death by a brother, William James Haley; and a grandchild, Morgan Edmonson. Mr. Haley was the owner/broker for Lakeside Realty and had served as chairman of the Putnam County Planning and Zoning for a number of years. He enjoyed working, spending time with his grandhchilden and fishing. He was of the Catholic faith.
Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Betty Haley of Lake Sinclair; two sons, Greg Haley (Shannon) of Milledgeville, Alan Haley (Ginger) of Milledgeville; a daughter, Jodi Ashurst (Brad) of Greensboro; eight grandchildren, Josh Stamps, Jessie Ashurst, Jordan Ashurst, Ty Ashurst, Scotlan Ashurst, Dustin Brown, Amber Brown, and Lily Edmonson; two sister-in-laws, Jo Haley of Lake City, FL, and Aurelia Hugley (Jerry) of Dahlonega; a brother-in-law, Cullen Jones III of Ellenwood and a number of nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation, 1577 NE Expressway, Suite A, Atlanta, GA 30329 or to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 15829, Arlington, VA 22215
Please visit www.williamsfuneral.net to express online condolences.
Williams Funeral Home & Crematory of Milledgeville had charge of arrangements.

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