Tag Archives: Cheri Hicks

Pauper Burial Service, 2012

Yesterday was Aiken County’s annual “Pauper Burial Service” The Aiken Standard reported here. I blogged on the event last year and then again back in 2010 It was a cool, cloudy morning, different from years past when it always seemed … Continue reading

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Aiken County Pauper Service

A long standing tradition in our great county……. Here is the report from last year. Pauper Burial Ceremony in Aiken County Five deceased Aiken County men and one woman whose bodies have gone unclaimed were laid to rest on Friday … Continue reading

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Caring For The Caregivers

Anyone who has been following this blog for any period of time knows that I enjoy going over to Lake Olmstead Park and taking in a Greenjackets baseball game. You also probably remember that we often offer our season tickets … Continue reading

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Coping With The Holidays

Well folks, it’s about that time of year again and as always, we are sponsoring a “Coping With The Holidays” program at George Funeral Home & Cremation Center, here in Aiken. I know lots of readers are from out of … Continue reading

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Hospice Social Worker Throws a No Hitter

OK, there wasn’t a batter, but…… You may recall a few months ago, that I wrote about sharing our season tickets for the Augusta Greenjackets with some of the caregivers in our community. As the season winds down to the … Continue reading

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May Their Memories Be Eternal

Every year, since I took over the funeral home in 1999, we have been involved in the annual burial of “paupers” at Calvary Cemetery. The annual event, started by long time coroner, the late Sue Townsend has been carried on … Continue reading

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