Sally Howe Plaxico (MACON, Ga.)


MACON, Ga. - Mrs. Sally Howe Plaxico, 61, passed away October 28, 2010. Visitation was held Friday, October 29, 2010 at Hart's Mortuary at the Cupola, Peake Road, from 6pm-8pm. The Memorial Service was held at Vineville United Methodist Church at 2pm on Saturday, October 30, 2010 with Dr. Marcus Tripp officiating. Sally Plaxico was born in Charleston, South Carolina to the late Waring Simmons Howe, Sr. and Sara Thomas Howe. She graduated from Converse College with a BA in History and later received her Masters in Guidance and Counseling from Long Island University. She was a devoted wife and mother, as well as an active member of many different organizations such as Meals on Wheels, Friends of the Library, Hospice, and Macon Outreach. She taught Sunday school classes for elementary age children at her local church and was an active member of the Allen Sanders Sunday school class at Vineville United Methodist. Sally Plaxico was a guidance counselor at Stratford Academy in addition to later becoming office manager for her husband, David T. Plaxico's Asthma and Allergy Clinic in Macon. She also started an interior design firm, Roomscapes, with her daughter for both residential and commercial interior designs. She is survived by her husband, Dr. David T. Plaxico of Macon; her children, Sara Corbett Plaxico Lane (Met) of Carrollton; Reverend David Tyler Plaxico (Elisha) of Wrightsville; her grandchildren, Sara Frances Lane and Sydney Grace Plaxico; her brother, Waring Simmons Howe, Jr. (Shelley) of Charleston; her sister, Jeane C. Howe-Archer (Mark) of Charleston. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Vineville United Methodist Church, 2045 Vineville Avenue, Macon, GA 31204, The Methodist Home for Children and Youth, PO Box 2525, Macon, GA 31203, or Friends of the Library, c/o Books on Tape, PO Box 5412, Macon, GA 31208. Register online at www.hartsmort. com. Hart's Mortuary and Crematory at the Cupola, 6324 Peake Road, has charge of arrangements. Sign the guestbook at

The Augusta Chronicle-November 2, 2010