Notable Middle Georgia Deaths
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W.M. “Dick” Dickey Jr., a career banker who served in Georgia’s state House and on the Macon City Council, died Sunday after a long illness. He was 81.
Larry West, the second chief of the Warner Robins Fire Department, died on Sunday. He was 72.
A Macon man whose camera captured World War II images from the skies over China and India and whose later work at a local manufacturer went all the way to the moon died Wednesday. Carroll S. Barnwell was 90.
Ray Horne, longtime head of the award-winning theater program at Northside High School in Houston County, died Saturday night at age 77.
With the Jan. 2 passing of Charles D. “Charlie” Mercer at age 89, another note in Macon’s long musical history fades into silence.