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Infant Altman dies on June 2nd

Infant Owen Nathan Altman died on Saturday, June 2, 2012. He is survived by his mother Amanda Mobley Frazer and father Wade Altman of Sanderson; grandparents Lisa (Brian) Patterson of Lake City, Carlin Eugene Mobley of Macclenny, Sandra O’Brien of Glen St. Mary and Wade E. Altman of Jacksonville; great grandparents Carl and Loretta Fraser of Macclenny, Charles Brazell of Glen St. Mary, and Sybil Altman of Jacksonville; aunts Sandra Mobley and Flora Swindell, both of Sanderson; uncle Justin Raiford of Jacksonville.

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‘Ealie’ Johnson, native of county

George “Ealie” Johnson Jr., 86, of Jacksonville died June 3, 2012 at his residence. He was born in Baker County to the late George Elie Johnson Sr. and Tempie Estelle “Dollie” Carroll Johnson on August 31, 1925. He attended the Garrett School and moved to Jacksonville in 1946 after returning from military service. Ealie honorably served in the U.S. Army during World War II and later retired as an auto mechanic after 40 years. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and spending time with his family. He was predeceased by 22 siblings.

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Nancy Magruder, 71, of Live Oak dies

Nancy Ann Magruder, 71, of Live Oak, FL died June 3, 2012. She was born in Jacksonville on December 26, 1940 and raised by the late Taft Dubberly and Estelle May Dubberly. She was a resident of Live Oak after moving from Jacksonville and was a founding member of Four Square Baptist Church in Jacksonville.

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Doyle Sapp, 83, funeral Tuesday

Doyle E. Sapp, 83, of Sanderson, died Saturday, June 2, 2012. A life long resident of Sanderson, he was the son of the late Walter D. and Sarah Norman Sapp. He loved riding horses, hunting quail, fishing and raising cows and corn. He was known for his ability to grow the best looking corn field on CR 229 South. He enjoyed attending Faith Baptist Church and loved gospel singing.

Mr. Sapp was a glass fabricator for 25 years and retired from Northeast Florida State Hospital after 10 years of service. Going to Hardees to enjoy a sausage and egg biscuit became a weekday ritual for him and his friends after retirement. He loved spending time with his family and playing with his grandchildren.

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