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Roy Davis

...brother, Lenard Davis, Jr., step-mother, Alma Davis, and his step-brother, Kenneth Bartlett. Roy retired as a Civil Service Training Specialist at Fort Gordon after thirty years of service. He was a US Army veteran and had served in the Merchant...

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Joyce Gebhardt

...cancer. Joyce was born and raised in Augusta, GA and later moved to the Washington D.C. area. She began her young Civil Service career working at the library at Fort Gordon, GA and later for the Corp of Engineers before finishing her 35 year...

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Joyce Gebhardt

...cancer. Joyce was born and raised in Augusta, GA and later moved to the Washington D.C. area. She began her young Civil Service career working at the library at Fort Gordon, GA and later for the Corp of Engineers before finishing her 35 year...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000174735354
Lawrence E. Happe

...Happe was born in Pittsburgh, Pa. He retired from the United States Army after 20 years and also retired from the Civil Service. He served in both the Korean and Vietnam wars. He traveled the world with his wife, Shirley. He was a wonderful...

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Walton Turner

...his home since 1978. He loved his career as a Certified Dental Technician in both the Army and as a civilian in the Civil Service. He loved fishing, being on the water, and cooking. He was a loving and caring husband of 55 years to Ingrid L...

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Henry Bentley

...was a World War II Veteran serving four years active duty and 16 years in the Reserves .He retired after 35 years in Civil Service at the Veterans Administration Hospital as Human Resources Manager. Mr. Bentley was an avid tennis player. Family...

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Target is locked

...benefits and job security unrivaled in the private sector.A New York Times columnist apparently hoped to incite the civil-service set with a piece on how Walker was "waging war on public employee unions, particularly the ones for teachers." Gail...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2015-03-01/target-locked
Don Steimel

...Msgt. Steimel served 22 years with service in Korea, Vietnam, Okinawa and Germany. He then went on to serve in a Civil Service position as an instructor for the Signal Corps at Fort Gordon. He quickly fell in love with Augusta, GA and chose...

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Roy Davis

...by his brother, Lenard Davis Jr., stepmother, Alma Davis, and stepbrother, Kenneth Bartlett. Roy retired as a Civil Service Training Specialist at Fort Gordon after thirty years of service. He was also a US Army veteran and had served in...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000174377669
Keep it simple

...government tends to be slower and more dysfunctional than most.Whipping the city's boards, committees and the sleepy civil-service bureaucracy into action should be the No. 1 task at hand for new Mayor Hardie Davis and City Administrator Janice...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2015-01-26/keep-it-simple