William Sanders, an award-winning writer for daily newspapers including The Augusta Chronicle and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, has written Staying: A Multi-Generational Memoir of Rescue and Restoration.
...Hutcheson Anderson of Nicholls, Ga., a sister, Mary C. Anderson, Reidsville, Ga., and a brother-in-law, William Sanders, Albany, Ga. Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Mary Alice Sanders Anderson; a son William M. Anderson...
...GA, James Sanders of London, England, Wesley Sanders (Kristin) of Atlanta, GA, Joshua Sanders (Aubrey) and William Sanders all of Ithaca, NY and six great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers the family would like donations to be made to...
...third-best running back who ever lived," and mentioned that Jim Brown was No. 1. He later added that he was No. 2. William Sanders played football at Wichita (Kansas) North High School, his last season coming in 1955.
Regarding William Sanders' May 16 letter, "Pay reparations," urging reparations for black Americans and people like him who want something for nothing...
...financial well-being. Oftentimes countries' so-called leaders line their pockets with the money. America did right by giving reparations to Japanese-Americans. America should do right by all her people. William Sanders, Augusta
...let me continue to receive a paycheck while I'm on administrative leave. Alfaigo Davis, who was shot by two Richmond County deputies in 1998, may not have been a saint, but at least he wasn't a murderer. William Sanders, Augusta
...you, the only reason they came to a Josey football game was to see the band. I have nothing but the utmost respect and admiration for Col. Smith. The sonic boom of the South will never be the same without him. William Sanders, Augusta
...this great state would know that. Mrs. Schrenko should know better than to hop on that bandwagon, a cheap political ploy, as a foundation for the campaign. It's safe to say she won't be getting my vote. William Sanders, Augusta
...reflected in every segment of society, wouldn't you feel left out? Wouldn't you feel as though you didn't have a voice? I guess the only thing proponents and opponents of the flag will agree on is to disagree. William Sanders, Augusta