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    Longtime resident Bonnie Craig

    Bonnie Jean Craig, 86, of Macclenny passed away Saturday, March 28 surrounded by her loving family. She was a full-time stay at home mom, always surrounded by kids. She moved to Macclenny from Newark, Ohio 48 years ago, and was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents Ralph and Isabelle Marmie of…

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    Lifelong resident Winston Harvey

    Winston Churchill Harvey, 76, of Sanderson died Friday, March 20 at his residence following a brief illness. Mr. Harvey was born in Sanderson and lived there all of his life. He worked as a soil technician with the Department of Transportation in Lake City for over 33 years until his retirement. He enjoyed farming, hunting and fishing, and was preceded…

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    Veteran Joseph O’Quinn of Baldwin

    Joseph Howard O’Quinn, 70, of Baldwin (formerly of Hilliard), passed away on Sunday, March 22, 2020. He served 14 years in the United States Marine Corps, including in Vietnam where received a Purple Heart. Read More »

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    Service for Lamar Lovingood, 58

    Charles Lamar Lovingood, 58, of Macclenny passed away Monday, March 16 at First Coast Health and Rahab Center in Jacksonville. He was born December 8, 1961 in Marietta, GA to Pat Lovingood and the late Edward “Ed” Marvin Lovingood. Read More »

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    Finley Webb, 4

    Finley Reid Webb, 4, of Jacksonville was called home unexpectedly Sunday, March 15, 2020 with his family by his side. Finley was a happy boy, who loved his siblings. Read More »

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    ‘Fred’ Mallory, 70, of Macclenny

    Harold Frederick “Fred” Mallory, 70, of Macclenny passed away peacefully Thursday, March 12 at home surrounded by his loving family. Mr. Mallory was born in South Charleston, WV to the late Garland and Allene Mallory before moving to Baker County. Read More »

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    Phillip Dennison of Glen St. Mary

    Phillip W. Dennison, 61, of Glen St. Mary passed away at home on Saturday, March 7 with his family after his long-fought battle with cancer. He was born in Dyersburg, TN to Jerry L. and Katherine A. Fitzgerald Dennison. Read More »

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    Former resident Rev. Christmas

    Rev. Bobby Ray Christmas, 80, of Tifton, GA passed away Monday, March 9 at Tift Regional Medical Center. Born February 22, 1940 in Worth County, GA, Rev. Christmas was the son of Lee Smith Christmas and Alma May Thompson Christmas. Read More »

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    Former resident Jewell Dart, 76

    Jewell Crews Dart, 76, of Tallahassee, passed away on Thursday, March 5. The daughter of Tim and Ruby Crews, she was born in Macclenny on April 17, 1943. Jewell graduated from Baker County High School in 1961 and attended Florida State University. Read More »

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    Longtime resident Pat Curtner

    Pat Ann Curtner, 66, of Macclenny passed away Sunday, March 8 at her home following a brief illness. Ms. Curtner was born in St. Louis, Mo. to William and Loretta Horton Monroe and lived in Jacksonville before moving to Baker County over 30 years ago. Read More »

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    Service Saturday for ‘Josh’ Johnson

    Joshua “Josh” Lee Johnson, 27, of Macclenny passed away on the evening of Friday, March 6. He was born in Augusta, GA on May 16, 1992. Josh enjoyed working at Union Correctional Institution, Clay County Sheriff’s Office and Duval Honda. He loved spending time with his son and working outdoors, and was a fierce friend with a heart as big…

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    Shirley Hampton, 83, of Baldwin

    Shirley Hampton, 83, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ from her home in Jacksonville on Friday, February 28, 2020 to be reunited with her loving husband Rev. John Hampton, who was called to Heaven 26 years prior. Read More »

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    Barber, jail boards pulled us out of a fiscal disaster

    Should the Baker County Commission concern itself with handing out congratulatory missives in the near future, save a gold star for Macclenny resident Ed Barber, who announced last week he’s hanging it up as chairman of the non-profit Baker County Corrections Management Corporation. Read More »