Walter L. Geter (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

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HEPHZIBAH , Ga. - Mr. Walter Leonard Geter, Jr., 40 of Hephzibah entered into rest Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at University Hospital. Funeral service will be held Monday, January 12, 2009 at 2:p.m. at Old Storm Branch Baptist Church with Rev. William Booker officiating. Burial will be at Rocksville Baptist Church Cemetery. Mr. Geter, a native of Aiken Co. SC; member of Rocksville Baptist Church, a 1966 graduate of Hephzibah High School and attended Augusta Technical College. He was a former employee of King Mill Textile and Linde Gas. Survivors a devoted wife, Tracy Geter; three daughters, Santana (Marcus) Barry, Keisha Geter and Sankeysha Geter all of Hephzibah; Parents, Loren (Thomas) Henley, Hephzibah and Walter Geter, Sr., Warrenville, SC; three sisters, Doris (Lenwood) Edwards, Augusta; Tomika (Belinger) Moody, Hephzibah and Leila Geter, Warrenville, SC; grandmother, Ruby Sims, Hephzibah, GA; two nephews, Lenwood Edward, Jr. and LaForrest Jones; three nieces, Danisha Edwards, Ashley Jones and Symira Jones, six aunts, MaeBell (Willist Redd, Judy ( John) Hawkins, Barbara Bush, Betty (Robert) Reynolds, Phyllis Drayton and Rose Lee Carter; six uncles, Willie Sims, Jr., George Lonnie (Virginia) Sims, Wilbur Sims, Johnny Curtis (Mary) Sims, Lavern (Evon) Sims and George (Mary) Edwards, devoted Mother & Father-in-law, Dorothy (Forrest) Williams Ramsey; three devoted sisters-in-law, , Tatarsha Ramsey, Torri Ramsey, Sherza Jones; a dear family friend, Melissa Nunley; god sister, Angela Marshall, god brother, Clarence Shipman, Jr., Godchildren, Jordan and Jaylen Blount and Koriayn Kennedy; longtime friends, Forrest Scurry, Akil Shabazz, Jerome LaFavor and Eric Robinson, a host of other relatives and friends. Williams Funeral Home, 2945 Old Tobacco Rd. Hephzibah, GA. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com

The Augusta Chronicle-January 11, 2009

 
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