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Obituaries Elisea Brown grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 16, 2013 beginning at 3 p.m. in the chapel of DavisWatkins Funeral Home, 1474 Highway 83, North DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32433, with the Rev. Father Richard Dawson as celebrant. Visitation was held one hour prior to the service. Committal services followed at a later date at Cedar Valley Cemetery in Twining, Mich. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.daviswatkins. com. Arrangements and services are under the directions of Davis-Watkins Funeral Home.

Hadley E. Morris Hadley Ella Dalayna Morris, infant daughter of Lucas and Jessica Morris, of Chipley, passed away Tuesday, July 16, 2013, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. Survivors include her parents, Lucas and Jessica (Birge) Morris of Chipley; twin brothers, Easton and Weston Morris; maternal grandparents, Timothy and Mattie Birge of Vernon; paternal grandparents, James and Susie Morris of Chipley; maternal great grandmother, Verla Mae Hall of Vernon; paternal great grandparents, Jim and Jane Rudd of Chipley; aunt and uncle,

Crystal and Lee Duke; aunt and uncle, Jamie and Andy White and aunt, Jenna Birge. Funeral services were held Friday, July 19, 2013, at 1 p.m., in the Chapel of Brown Funeral Home, Brickyard Road Chapel with the Rev. Leon Jenkins, the Rev. Wayne Brannon and the Rev. Keith Mashburn officiating. Interment followed in New Bethany Church Cemetery in Hinson Cross Roads. Brown Funeral Home of Chipley is in charge of the arrangements. Friends and family may sign the online register at www. brownfh.net.

Frances G. Thomas Mrs. Frances DeFuniak Springs; Gainey Thomas, six grandchildren, 69, passed away Krista Wilbon Tuesday, July 16, and husband 2013. She was Freddie, Joseph born March 11, “Drew” Touchton, 1944, in DeFuniak Stephanie Ripley, Springs, Fla., to Kaelin Ripley, Frances G. Courtney Currid Millard and Wilma Thomas Gandy Gainey. and husband Mrs. Thomas was a Jordy and Jordan lifelong resident of Walton Thomas; three great County. She was Baptist by grandchildren, Elijah, faith and a member of the Elena and Olivia and by Southwide Baptist Church. numerous beloved nieces She owned and operated and nephews. Fran Thomas Enterprises, Visitation services INC for over 10 years. were held from 10 to She was the Grants 11 a.m., Friday, July 19, Coordinator for the City 2013, at Clary-Glenn of DeFuniak Springs, and Funeral Home Chapel; 230 served as the Director of Park Avenue, DeFuniak the Council on Aging. She Springs, FL 32435. Funeral enjoyed fishing, hunting, services were held at working crossword 11 a.m., Friday, July 19, puzzles, traveling and 2013, at Clary-Glenn especially spending time Funeral Home Chapel; 230 with her family. Park Avenue, DeFuniak Mrs. Thomas was Springs, Florida 32435 preceded in death by her with Dr. Bobby Tucker parents, Millard and Wilma officiating. Pallbearers Gandy Gainey. will be Jordy Currid, Mrs. Thomas is Chuck Hinson, Scott survived by her loving Ripley, Drew Touchton, husband of 45 years, David Thomas, Robert Clayton M. Thomas of Thomas, Todd Gainey, DeFuniak Springs; one Matthew Gainey, Gage son, Craig Thomas and Smith, Derek Randolph wife Debbie of DeFuniak and Scott Thomas. Burial Springs; one daughter, followed at Pleasant Amy E. Ripley and Ridge Cemetery. Floral husband Scott of Niceville; arrangements are being one brother, Raymond accepted. You may go Gainey of DeFuniak online to view obituaries, Springs; two sisters, offer condolences and sign Agnes Smith and husband guest book at www.claryRoger of Tallahassee glenn.com. Clary-Glenn and Marie Hinson and Funeral Home is entrusted husband Charles of with the arrangements.

Charles D. Baur, 66, passed away Wednesday, July 17, 2013. A native of Quincy, Charles had lived in Chipley for the past 11 years, He was a computer programmer in Tallahassee and Chattahoochee at Florida State Hospital. He was a member of Courts of Praise Church, actively serving on the Praise and Worship Team. He was preceded in death by his parents, Edwin and Douglas Baur. He is survived by his wife, Cecelia Baur of Chipley; sons, Larry (Cindy) Pooser of Tallahassee and Daniel (Crystal) McNeill of Chipley; daughters, Julia (Jason) Bennett and Kaylor (Ryan) Collins all of Chipley; brother, Pete Baur of Okeechobee; nephew, Tommy (Tonya) Baur

and his children, Kaley, Braden, Brian, and Sophia Baur; grandchildren, Rocky and Shirley Roberts, Chase Walker, Haylee and Lance Rivenbark, Braylee, Tristan, and Laramie Pooser, Eli and Nehemiah McNeill, Lexi and Blane Brasher, Hayden Bennett, and Austin, Luke, and Ryley Collins and four great grandchildren. A celebration of his life was held Saturday, July 20, 2013, at 10 a.m., at Courts of Praise Church 1720 Clayton Road, Chipley, FL 32428 with a private family inurnment at a later date at Hillcrest Cemetery in Quincy. Memorial contributions may be made to Emerald Coast Hospice, 1330 South Blvd., Chipley, FL 32328. Independent Funeral Home (850-8751529) of Quincy is handling arrangements.

Julaine Padgett Julaine Padgett, grandchildren, 72, of Chipley, went Adam Padgett of home to be with the West Hollywood, Lord on Sunday, Calif., Jay, AusJuly 14, 2013, surtin, and Juliann rounded by her Padgett, all of Chiloving family, after pley; two sisters, a long fight with Joann Parish and Julaine cancer. Julaine was husband Howell of Padgett born Sept. 29, 1940, Skipperville, Ala. to the late Tom and and Charlotte J. Minnie Dee (Brock) JohnHightower of Panama City; son in Greenhead. She was one sister-in-law, LaVania a graduate of Vernon High Herrington and husband School, class of 1958. JuRoland of Dothan, Ala., laine was a faithful member and numerous nieces and of Shiloh Baptist Church nephews. and she loved to sing in the Family received friends choir and play the hand for visitation on Wednesbells. She owned a beauty day, July 17, 2013, from 9 salon for many years then to 11 a.m. at Shiloh Baptist worked at the Washington Church, Chipley with the Holmes Vocational School. Services starting at 11 a.m., Her greatest joy was caring with the Rev. Tim Patton for her family, her husband, officiating. Interment folchildren and grandchildren. lowed in the Shiloh Baptist She was a kind hearted, Cemetery with Brown compassionate, loving per- Funeral Home directing. son, always thinking of the Flowers will be accepted, needs of others. donations can be made to Julaine is survived by Covenant Hospice 4215 Kelher loving husband, Bobby son Avenue Suite E, MariR. Padgett; three sons, anna, FL 32446 or to Shiloh Steve Padgett and wife Baptist Church. Friends Cindy, Mike Padgett and and family may sign the Ty Padgett and wife Windy online register at www. all of Chipley; her precious brownfh.net.

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As summer progresses and temperatures come close to triple digits, many of us make it a habit to protect ourselves from the sweltering heat. Unfortunately for our pets these scorching summer months are not only uncomfortable, but they are also a time when the risk of heat stroke is at its Pet Talk highest. “A heat stroke occurs when the body’s ability to rid itself of heat is exceeded by the heat that it is generating,” said James Barr, Assistant Professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM). “This results in an increase in body temperature to the point where damage to the internal organs occurs.” Heat stroke is a very dangerous condition, especially in pets. If it is severe, the pet will almost certainly die if it does not receive proper medical care immediately. “Oftentimes, the pet will be brought to the hospital too late and will die despite our best efforts,” said Barr. Although the initial signs of heat stroke are simply anxiety, excessive panting, and inability to settle down after exercise, these symptoms can quickly and severely progress into lethargy, muscle weakness, seizures, and even death. If you believe your pet is at risk for heat stroke, there are several steps you should take immediately to guarantee the pet’s longevity. “The first thing you should do is take the pet’s temperature,” said Barr. “If their body temperature is above 104 degrees, they are in danger of organ damage. Submersing the pet in cool, but not cold, water is very helpful in lowering their temperature to a more normal level. Since time is a crucial factor when dealing with a heat stroke, spraying a pet down with a garden hose or immersing them in a nearby body of water are preferred methods of cooling the pet down. After you have started this cooling process, the pet should be seen by a veterinarian immediately so that it can receive prompt medical attention to prevent any further damage.” The most important way to keep your pet’s temperature at a normal range throughout the sizzling summer months is to avoid exercising with them during the hottest parts of the day. It is also vital to provide plenty of drinking water and to take frequent breaks from playing outside to allow your pet to cool off and rehydrate. “Often a long run in the early afternoon is the precursor to a heat stroke episode,” said Barr. “It is also very important to not leave your pets in the car while it is not running as it can reach dangerous temperatures very quickly.” If, after prolonged outdoor exposure, you notice that your pet does not calm down, looks lethargic, or if you are at all worried that they may be suffering from a heat stroke, you should immediately contact your local veterinarian or emergency services. “The most dangerous thing is the failure to seek veterinary attention, as time is of the essence,” said Barr.

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