Gary Spann

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Gary Spann                       Married: Helen Spann
1177 Sparkle Avenue       Children: Pam 8, Pat, 6
Macon, Georgia                 Occupation: Typewriter Repairman
Since “CHS”
Went into Navy in 1960. Went to work at Milligan Office Machine in 1963 until 1967. Moved to Macon, Georgia, in 1967 and working at Wilson’s Typewriter.


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NAME: Gary F. Spann                  OCCUPATION: SVC. MGR-Wilson Typewriter Co.
SPOUSE: Helen Thomas Spann      OCCUPATION: Admission & ins. clerk-Middle Ga. Hospital
ADDRESS & PHONE: 2860 Estates Road, Macon, GA 31206 PH: 912-788-7908
NAMES E. AGES OF CHILDREN: Pamela – 24, Patricia – 22
EDUCATION. Many schools on service & repair
JOBS HELD SINCE GRADUATION: Milligan office machine & present job – 17 yrs
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR ACTIVITIES SINCE GRADUATION: Work, work, work,  Moose Lodge, Moose Lodge, Moose Lodge!

Gary Frank Spann
12 Mar 1942 – 2 Jul 2007

Gary Frank Spann, 65, died Monday night in a local hospital.

Funeral services will be held at 11A.M., Thursday at Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Pio Nono Avenue with burial in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. The Rev. Sam Waldron will officiate.

The family will meet friends from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M., Wednesday at the funeral home.

Mr. Spann, son of the late James Frank and Allie Mae Westberry Spann, was born in Lake City, FL and had lived in Macon since 1967. He was a U. S. Navy Veteran and was a member of Porterfield Baptist Church and the Dove Sunday School Class.

Mr. Spann was a service technician with Wilson Typewriter Co. for twenty years and with the Houston County Board of Education for twelve years.

He was the grandfather of the late Tabitha Reese who died in 1986.

Survivors include his wife, Helen Thomas Spann of Macon; two daughters, Pam (B.J.) Ingram of Warner Robins and Patricia Spann of Byromville; two grandsons, Gary Ingram of Warner Robins and Josh Reese of St. Augustine, FL; four great grandchildren; his sister, Charlotte Spann Trowell of Lake City, FL and four nieces, two nephews.

Visit to express tributes.

Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Pio Nono Avenue has charge of arrangement.

Macon Telegraph, The (GA) – Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Buried Glen Haven Memorial Gardens, Macon, GA

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