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Corbett Jarrett ‘Stub’ Church
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Funeral services for Corbett Jarrett “Stub” Church, 90, of Tiger, formerly of Clarkesville, are scheduled for 2 p.m. today, Oct. 10, at the chapel of Hunter Funeral Home with the Rev. Jim Carver and Layman Lloyd Hunter officiating. Burial will be in the Clarkesville City Cemetery in Clarkesville, at 3:45 p.m.

Mr. Church went home to be with the Lord Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012, at Mountain Lakes Medical Center, Clayton.

Born March 2, 1922, in Clarkesville, he was the son of the late George Thomas Church and Essie Emma Whitworth Church. He also was preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Dorothy Burrell Church; brothers, Arvil, Ralph, Aubrey, Nimmo and Elmer Church; and sisters, Polly Church and Oma Lee Skelton.

Mr. Church loved the Lord and was a member of the Clarkesville Baptist Church since 1947. He was the owner and operator of Church Tire Company and Church Paving Company for many years.

Survivors include his nieces and nephews, Phyllis Head, Mervin Lovell, Berry and Anthony Church, Doris Ford, Oleine Finley of Anniston, Ala.; several other nieces and nephews from Clarkesville and members of Dorothy’s family in Rabun County; two special friends and caregivers, Brenda Lunsford and Darlene Carver. Mr. Church was the last surviving member of his immediate family.

Special appreciation to Bill McClure, Tim and Tony McClure, Phyllis, Berry, Brenda, Donna, Kim Lovell and Doris and Oleine for all your love and support.

Flowers are optional or donations may be made to: Miley Duvall Scholarship Fund, United Community Bank, P.O. Box 1250, Clayton, GA 30525; or to USO, Operation Enduring Care/Wounded Warriors, P.O. Box 96860, Washington, DC 20077-7677; or to the charity of your choice.

The family will receive friends from noon-2 p.m. today, Oct. 10, at the funeral home.

An online obituary and register is available at

Hunter Funeral Home, Clayton, is in charge of arrangements.

The Northeast Georgian

October 10, 2012