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Resident of Saratoga Rives Coleman Chalmers, M.D., was born in Atlanta, GA, on May 13, 1947...He attended Yale University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry in 1969. He earned a Doctorate of Medicine from Emory University in
Testa sang when she did household chores, and serenaded her five sons, too. Apparently, the boys embraced her love and appreciation for music...Carl studied music at the University of Indiana and plays locally, regionally and internationally with his
In 1981, the elder Dewberry had tried to steer his son toward Georgia Tech, but John signed with UGA. When the Milton High alum was relegated to fourth-string back-up, he realized what many a young man who think he knows it all comes to understand...
Geshwiler For the AJC Linda Dubler made it possible for Atlanta film enthusiasts to see a wider world from the unfamiliar perspective of filmmakers beyond America's borders. As High Museum curator of film, she was the imaginative programmer for films
Geshwiler For the AJC Frank Stone came from California to Atlanta in 1968 to take computer courses at Georgia Tech. Hardly anything in his background suggested the direction his career path would take him...Yet after a few years of selling real
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cecilia Wutka always attended gymnastics competitions, watching her daughter compete, and eventually became a judge on request. After passing a series of clinics and tests, she scored local club competitions.
He studied at Georgia Tech and, after a stint in the Navy, returned to Atlanta. Otis Alvin Barge Sr. helped him start a general contracting business, Strother-Barge Company, which later became Barge and Company. The firm built numerous Atlanta
It was embarrassing to my brother and (me), but she had a wonderful voice."...She grew up singing, dancing and performing in Columbus. At 7, Mrs. Botts sang on a local radio station and she won countless contests and awards at Columbus High. Her
Geshwiler For the AJC Carol Forrester was a stickler for neatness and organization...Her sister, Nancy Lewallen of Gainesville, said when she would set a date for the two of them to get together for lunch, Mrs. Forrester would ask, "Pen or pencil?"
Mr. Galloway started a prison ministry and traveled to jails and prisons across the state. He would bring birthday cakes to inmates, work with them on their marriages and talk about the Gospels...Alec Ward, a decades-long friend, helped set up