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Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

Northgate High School

Student honors 2018

• Photos of scholarship recipients • 2018 Northgate High School award presentations • Photos of 2018 honors graduates • A letter to seniors from Principal Ken Kesselring

Northgate High School Student Honors 2018 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, May 13, 2018

Photos by Matthew Bish Honors night photos are available for purchase online at photos.times-herald.com

Salutatorian Arti Shankar, left, and valedictorian Spencer Thomas, right.

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2D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 13, 2018

NGHS Honors 2018

Other scholarship awards Corbett Cimadevilla: Miranda Harrison: Can’t Never Could The Citadel Baseball Scholarship for an undisclosed Scholarship amount. Noah Aaron: Piedmont Samantha Dixon: UniCollege Presidential Scholversity of West Georgia arship for $56,000 Foundation Scholarship for Heather Altman: Bre- $2,000 vard College Alumni ScholSadie Hare: Samford arship for $52,000 and Brevard College Scholarship University Dean’s Scholarship for $46,400, SamDay Award for $8,000 ford University Leadership Brian Bales: Auburn Scholarship for $8,000 and University Presidential Samford University Grant for $4,000 Scholarship for $72,000 Ashlynn Bennett: SCAD Academic Honors Scholarship for $36,000 and SCAD Achievement Honors Scholarship for $6,000 Deanna Brambila: St. Mary’s University Santa Maria Scholarship for $40,000 B e t h a ny B r a n d o n : Mercer University Sidney Lanier Scholarship for $12,000 and Mercer University Academic Scholarship for $72,000 Nicholas Brown: Virginia Tech Corp of Cadets Emerging Leader Scholarship for $12,000 Peter Bucci: Quinnipiac University Dean’s Scholarship for $78,000 Natalie Caylor: University of Utah Academic Excellence Scholarship for $100,320

Valedictorian and Salutatorian: Front, from left, valedictorian Spencer Thomas and salutatorian Arthi Shankar; second row, Coweta County Board of Education members Sue Brown and Larry Robertson; third row, Superintendent Steve Barker and board member Beth Barnett; back, board members Amy Dees, Winston Dowdell and Frank Farmer.

A lex Cheek: Xavier University of Louisiana Academic Scholarship for $36,000

Scholarship for $40,448 M atthew P ick ford: Mercer University Academic Scholarship for $68,000 Kendall Proffitt: Georgia College and State University Music Scholarship for $16,000 Andrew Quackenbush: University of North Carolina Dean’s Scholarship for $14,000 and University of North Carolina Kimberly Renee Goodman Scholarship for $2,240

S a ra h Hog g: G eorRonesha Scott: Wesgia Southern University Chemistry Chair’s Award leya n C ollege L egacy for $ 50 0 and G eorgia Scholarship for $60,000 Southern University GeorAshley Stephens: Mergia Power Scholarship for cer University Presidential $2,000 Scholarship for $132,000 William Horne: Uni- and Mercer University Tift versity of West Georgia Scholar Award for $8,000 Foundation Scholarship for Spencer Thomas: Mer$1,000 cer University Full Tuition Lauren Howland: Uni- Engineering Scholarship versity of Georgia Charter for $132,000 Scholarship for $8,000 Alexis Torres: WingKailey Katzfey: Colum- ate University Presidential bus State University Tower Scholarship for $84,000 Scholarship for $10,000 and Tanner Vandever: JackColumbus State University sonville State University Scholarship for $3,200 Academic Merit ScholarKristina Kula: Univer- ship for $25,000 and Jacksity of West Georgia Foun- sonville State University dation Scholarship for Band Scholarship $4,000 Caroline Wells: Levi $1,500 Robinson Scholarship for Emma Lindley: Chick- $1,000 fil-A Remarkable Futures Megan White: UniScholarship for $2,500 versity of West G eorKyle McLaren: Florida gia Housing Ambassador State University Grant for Scholarship for $2,500 and University of West Georgia $7,200 Judy Kerr Memorial ScholLyla Norton: Troy Uni- arship for $2,500 versity Trojan Opportunity


Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 3D

NGHS Honors 2018

Dale J. Krach Memorial Scholarship: From left, recipient Lily Robles and presenter Dr. Eric Fiske.

Newnan Chapter #483, Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship: From left, recipient Kiara Coleman and presenters Meriam Smith, Cynthia Ross and Nova Whiteside.

Star Student Award: Front, from left, Star Students Natalie Caylor and Spencer Thomas; second row, Coweta County Board of Education members Sue Brown and Larry Robertson; third row, Superintendent Steve Barker and board member Beth Barnett; back, board members Amy Dees, Winston Dowdell and Frank Farmer.

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 13, 2018

NGHS Honors 2018

National Honor Society Graduates: Front, Robyn Clarke; second row, from left, Salma Castillo, Kailey Katzfey, Hannah Zeise, Sydney Adams, Lauren Howland, Kristina Kula, Riley Scruggs, Abby Morelock, Grace Busby, Morgan Lodge, Bethany Brandon, Elana DeBease, Brooke Barber, Lily Robles, Bailey Bullard, Kiara Coleman and Sommer Vanden Heuvel; third row, Ashlynn Bennett, Sadie Hare, Sarah Hogg, Natalie Caylor, Ashley Stephens, Arthi Shankar, Sydney Tuttle, Codie Mease, Jade Renfro, Izabella Harvey, Elana DeBease, Sara Stefan and Lauren Hagert; fourth row, Jared Webb, Matthew Pickford, Noah Aaron, Kyle McLaren, Deanna Brambila, Paige Cobb, Hannah Ledford, Spencer Thomas, Travis Patrick, Fatema Sojiwala, Anna White, Emma Hill and Emily Hannan; back, Saleh Khalousi, Peter Bucci, Tyler Maita, Cameron Bogan, Brian Chae, Haley Thain, Sarah Griffie, Lauren Riles, Elizabeth Sebastian, Caroline Wells, Samantha Dixon, Zahraw Shah and Libby Bell; not pictured, Madison Amundson, Alyssa Barton, James Campbell, Kristin Coggin, Ben Crow, Grace Foster, Willam Golden, Ayla Hall, De’jah Reid, Shae Roth, Alyssa Ritter, Devin Smith, Ryann Smith, Roswell Sutherland, Alexis Torres and Megan White.

AP Scholars: Front, Robyn Clarke; second row, from left, Sydney Adams, Lauren Howland, Grace Busby, Lily Robles, Bailey Bullard and Sommer Vanden Heuvel; third row, Sarah Hogg, Natalie Caylor, Ashley Stephens, Arthi Shankar, Sydney Tuttle, Izabella Harvey and Lauren Hagert; back, Andrew Bales, Saleh Khalousi, Peter Bucci, Tyler Maita, Spencer Thomas, Sara Stefan, Zahraw Shah and Emily Hannan; Juan Escobar, Adam Bomar, Ben Crowe, William Golden and Roswell Sutherland.

Newnan Coweta Board of Realtors Scholarship: From left, recipient Sarah Hogg, presenter Carol Holden and recipient Zahraw Shah.

Newnan Shrine Club Scholarship: From left, recipient Haley Thain and presenter Jim Jones.

Hunter Scarbrough Leadership Scholarship: From left, presenter Todd Scarbrough, recipients Robyn Clarke and Kyle McLaren, and presenter Joni Scarbrough.

Pilot Club of Newnan Healthcare Scholarship: From left, recipient Morgan Lodge and presenter Kate Caswell.


Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

NGHS Honors 2018

STEM Graduates: Front, from left, presenter Cathy Pugh, recipients Lily Robles, Riley Scruggs, Lauren Howland, Sydney Adams and Anson Waddell; second row, Grace Busby, Zahraw Shah, Arthi Shankar and Samantha Dixon; third row, -Ian Smith, Spencer Thomas, Emily Hannan and Natalie Caylor; fourth row, Sydney Tuttle, Matthew Bright, Saleh Khalousi and Brody Hutton; back, Andrew Bales, Roswell Sutherland, Brian Chae and Tyler Maita; not pictured, Ben Crowe, William Golden and Gavin Winter.

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Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

NGHS Honors 2018

World Languages Scholarship: From left, recipient Matthew Sutherland and presenter Sarah Ortega.

D’Tori Crawford Scholarships: From left, recipient Edgar Torres-Quiroz and presenters Regina Boston and John Boston.

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Scholarship: From left, recipient Kiara Coleman and presenter Latonya Richardson.

Coweta Community Foundation Community Service Team Scholarship: From left, recipient Ashley Stephens and presenter Erin Marsh.


8D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 13, 2018

NGHS Honors 2018

Coweta-Fayette Trust Melissa Segars Memorial Scholarship: From left, recipients Natalie Caylor, Abby Morelock and Ashley Stephens, and presenter Matt Markham; not pictured, Madison Amundson.

Atlanta Journal Constitution Cup Award: From left, recipient Robyn Clarke and presenter John Vaughn.

Chapter AZ/P.E.O. Coweta County Citizenship Award: From left, recipient Makenzie Hayes and presenter Kim Poolos.

West Georgia Technical College Local Board Scholarship: From left, recipient Ryan Cofield and presenter Michelle Hutcheson.

Optimist Club of Senoia Scholarship: From left, recipient Haylei Woodall and presenter Linda Loomis.

Orchettes Civic Club Scholarship: From left, recipient Kiara Coleman and presenter Dr. Joyce Braithwaite.

Walter G. Harrison Scholarship: From left, recipient Zahraw Shah and presenter Matt Markham.


Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 9D

NGHS Honors 2018

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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 13, 2018

NGHS Honors 2018

Coweta Sports Hall of Fame Johnny Brown Scholarship: From left, recipient Kyle McLaren and presenter Hugh Farmer.

Quill and Scroll Honorary Society: Front, from left, Robyn Clarke, Brooke Barber, Lauren Howland, Hannah Ledford and sponsor Kathi Wright; back, Riley Scruggs, Devin Smith and Sydney Tuttle; not pictured, Delaney Surapine.

Charter Bank Charter Foundation Scholarship: From left, recipient De’jah Reid and presenter Kelly Schettini.

Governor’s Honors Program Participants: From left, Bethany Brandon, Grace Busby and Lauren Hagert, and presenter Alicia Ramsay.

Kiwanis Club of White Oak Golden K Northgate High School Key Club Scholarship: From left, recipient Kelly Leishear and presenter Frank Reece.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Phi Pi Omega Chapter Scholarship: From left, recipient Robyn Clarke and presenter Alicia Ramsay.

Kingdom Connected Ministries International Scholarship: From left, recipient Abby Morelock and presenter Michelle Hutcheson.

Newnan Baptist Usher Scholarship: From left, recipient Kiara Coleman and presenter Henrietta Callaway.

Beta Graduates: Front, Robyn Clarke; second row, from left, Hannah Zeise, Delaney Shaw, Isabella Triggs, Ariana Shell, Lauren Howland, Kristina Kula, Riley Scruggs, Abby Morelock, Grace Busby, Morgan Lodge, Bethany Brandon, Brooke Barber, Lily Robles, Michael Shaw, Bailey Bullard, Kiara Coleman and Alex Cheek; third row, Kailey Katzfey, Sadie Hare, Leeya Patel, Sarah Hogg, Natalie Caylor, Ashley Stephens, Arthi Shankar, Sydney Tuttle, Spencer Thomas, Elana Debease, Laysha Pascual, Kay Feliz, Jade Renfroe, Izabella Harvey and Sara Stefan; fourth row, Jacob Webb, Matthew Pickford, Will Horne, Noah Aaron, Kyle McLaren Deanna Brambila, Paige Cobb, Hannah Ledford, Codie Mease, Lauren Hagert, Brianna Newton, Fatema Sojiwala, Morganne Gardiner, Chandler West, Toni Woods, Travis Patrick, Anna White and Emily Hannan; back, Andrew Bales, Ryan Pautler, Tyler Maita, Cameron Bogan, Brian Chae, Chase Mason, Haley Thain, Sarah Griffie, Jeff Anstey, Lauren Riles, Tyler Bates, Elizabeth Sebastian, Caroline Wells, Tyler York, Samantha Dixon, Zahraw Shah and Libby Bell; not pictured, Madison Amundson, Chaelyn Brewer, Chandler Brown, Kristin Coggin, Ben Crowe, Connor Fortner, Grace Foster, William Golden, Ayla Hall, Miranda Harrison, Mckenzie Jackson, De’jah Reid, Alyssa Ritter, Shae Roth, Ryann Smith, Devin Smith, Roswell Sutherland, Brenna Swinford, Alexis Torres, Sommer Vanden Heuvel and Megan White.


Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 11D

NGHS Honors 2018

Georgia Certificate of Merit Awards: Front, from left, Kaitlyn Maita, Kennedy Eltz, Olivia Sims, Megan Czerwinski, Mary Kate Higgins, Michelle McGrath, Marlayna Cromedy, Gabriela Blooming, Carly Schnable, Lacie Pinkelman and Alex Johnson; back, Morgan Robertson, Maxwell Gabbard, Grant Klone, Brendon Molina, Caleb Becker, Sam Pfliger, Abdulrahman Tabbaa, Wade Pickett, Matthew Henderson and Jacob McCallister; not pictured, Declan Gresham and Jack Heatherman.

Honor Graduates: Front, from left, Anson Waddell and Robyn Clarke; second row, Haley McCurry, Delaney Shaw, Lauren Howland, Kristina Kula, Abby Morelock, Arthi Shankar, Sydney Tuttle, Riley Scruggs, Sydney Adams, Alexis Torres, Alyssa Barton, Morgan Lodge, Brian Chae, Travis Patrick, Brooke Barber, Lily Robles, Bailey Bullard, Michael Shaw, Tyler Bates, Lauren Riles, Ashlynn Bennett, Ariana Shell, Tatyana Spivey, Emma Lindley and Chandler West; third row, Leeya Patel, Sadie Hare, Sarah Hogg, Kailey Katzfey, Natalie Caylor, Alex Cheek, Ashley Stephens, Paige Cobb, Deanna Brambila, Makenzie Hayes, Caroline Wells, Hannah Zeise, Kiara Coleman, Grace Busby, Mason Gillard, Zahraw Shah, Emily Hannan, Kay Feliz, Toni Woods, Isabella Triggs, Peter Bucci, Spencer Thomas and Elana DeBease; fourth row, Laysha Pascual, Mikayla Terrell, Salma Castillo, Anna White, Hannah Ledford, Megan White, Jade Renfroe, Elizabeth Sebastian, Codie Mease, Haley Thain, Ayla Jones, Lauren Hagert, Izabella Harvey, Emma Hill, Brianna Newton and Morganne Gardiner; back, Andrew Bales, William Horne, Noah Aaron, Matthew Pickford, Samantha Dixon, Kyle McLaren Ryan Pautler, Chase Mason, Cameron Bogan, Tyler Maita, Saleh Khalousi, Jacob Webb, Libby Bell, Sara Stefan, Brenna Swinford, Bethany Brandon, Logan Judson Sarah Griffie, Nicholas Severino, Jeff Anstey, Tyler York, Fatema Sojiwala and Billy Kilgore; not pictured, Christine Ahn, Madison Altman, Madison Amundson, Taylor Barrett, Xavier Baruti, Chase Bevil, Adam Bomar, Chaelyn Brewer, Matthew Bright, Brian Brown, Chandler Brown, Nicholas Brown, Thomas Bruner, Destony Burford, Courtni Campbell, James Campbell, Madison Cantrell, Nicholas Carter, Alexander Caswell, Alexander Cawood, Kristin Coggin, Dawson Collins, Nicholas Conort, Benjamin Crowe, Adam Daley, Kaleb Daniels, Emma Davis, Madison Deese, Emily Downs, Charla Echols, Gabrielle Edens, Juan Escobar, Jack Eskew, Tucker Estes, Jered Farmer, Amelia Fishburne, Harrison Fisher, Todd Fohrman, Connor Fortner, Emliane Foster, Maryella Foster, Susan Foster, Kelsi Fox, Chloe Fuqua, Ruby Gay, Robert Given, Chasidhe Godfrey, William Golden, Matthew Gordon. Ayla Hall, Nathaneal Hamilton, Tierra Hand, Elizabeth Hanniford, Miranda Harrison, Hayden Hasberger, Sandra Hernandez, Brody Hutton, Mckenzie Jackson, Matthew Keller, Kiara Lagos, Cristian Lara, Tesslynn Lawrence, Kelly Leishear, Andrew Lloyd, Aidan Magee, Abigail Moniack, Kenzie Noland, William Orr, Caroline Peters, Skylar Phillips, Caleb Potter, Kendall Proffitt, Andrew Quackenbush, William Queen, Andrew Reams, De’jah Reid, Sean Reisinger, Alyssa Ritter, Kyle Roberts, Leia Robinson, Shae Roth, Isaac Ruby, Aaron Rucker, Hannah Skiotis, Devin Smith, Ian Smith, Lauren Smith, Ryann Smith, Katelinn Sturdevant, Delaney Surapine, Roswell Sutherland, Hannah Swenson, Andrew Tiller, Trandon Torres-Niles, Edgar Torres-Quiroz, Sommer Vanden Heuvel, Jared Webster, Callie Wilde, Alexa Wilder, Gavin Winter, Haylei Woodall and Caroline Yarbrough.

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Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

NGHS Honors 2018

Gifted Graduates: Front, Robyn Clarke; second row, from left, Haley McCurry, Lauren Howland, Kristina Kula, Riley Scruggs, Sydney Adams, Sydney Tuttle, Morgan Lodge, Bethany Brandon, Brooke Barber, Lily Robles, Michael Shaw and Lauren Riles; third row, Sarah Hogg, Natalie Caylor, Ashley Stephens, Arthi Shankar, Grace Busby, Logan Judson, Mason Gillard, Peter Bucci, Spencer Thomas, Elana Debease and Emma Lindley; fourth row, William Horne, Noah Aaron, Kyle McLaren, Ryan Pautler, Cameron Bogan, Hannah Ledford, Codie Mease, Lauren Hagert, Emma Hill, Brianna Newton, Fatema Sojiwala and Morganne Gardiner; back, Andrew Bales, Tyler Maita, Saleh Khalousi, Brian Chae, Haley Thain, Ayla Jones, Sarah Griffie, Jeff Anstey, Ashlynn Bennett, Nicholas Severino and Tyler Bates; not pictured, Madison Amundson, Adam Bomar, Chaelyn Brewer, Matthew Bright, Brian Brown, Chandler Brown, Nicholas Brown, Thomas Bruner, Destony Burford, Alexander Caswell, Alexander Cawood, Benjamin Crowe, Madison Deese, Emily Downs, Juan Escobar, Todd Fohrman, Connor Fortner, Susan Foster, Ruby Gay, William Golden, Hayden Hasberger, Brody Hutton, Cristian Lara, Andrew Lloyd, Kendall Proffitt, William Queen, Andrew Reams, Sean Reisinger, Hannah Skiotis, Ian Smith, Ryann Smith, Katelinn Sturdevant, Roswell Sutherland, Andrew Tiller, Sommer Vanden Heuvel, Callie Wilde and Gavin Winter.

International Thespian Society Presidential Scholar Honor Thespians: Front, from left, Bethany Brandon, Haley McCurry and Kendall Proffitt; back, sponsor Cassandra Scott-Fortune, Lily Robles and Ashley Stephens.

Lynn Marie Barta Scholarship: From left, recipient Arthi Shankar and presenters Abbie Gilbert-Hunt and Barbara Fisher.

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14D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 13, 2018

NGHS Honors 2018

Math Club Gerald Jones Scholarship: From left, recipient Michelle Scott and presenter Rhonda Perry.

Lavinia Barron Rosenzweig Scholarship for the Advancement of the Arts: From left, recipient Christina Corin and presenter Marie Umbach.

Neweta NANBPW Scholarship: From left, recipient Kiara Coleman and presenter Cathy Moses.

Newnan-Coweta Historical Society Scholarship: From left, recipient Ashley Stephens and presenter Gary Welden.

Kiwanis Key Leader Award: From left, recipient Kate Wisenbaker and presenter Mike Exner.

Rotary Club of Newnan Rotary Cup and Scholarship: From left, recipient Sydney Tuttle and presenter Mark Mitchell.

Kiwanis Club of Newnan Scholarship: From left, recipient Lauren Howland and presenter Bud Freeburg.

DAR Award: From left, recipient Robyn Clarke and presenter Dr. Linda Fincher.

Newnan First United Methodist Church Henry Kitchen’s Scholarship: From left, recipient Lauren Howland and presenter Gary Welden.


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16D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 13, 2018

NGHS Honors 2018

Beta Club Scholarships: Front, from left, recipients Robyn Clarke, Natalie Caylor, Zahraw Shah, Arthi Shankar and Spencer Thomas; back, presenters Kim Fortner, Carolyn McDevitt and Kathi Wright.

Kiwanis Club of Newnan Outstanding Arts Awards: Front, from left, recipients Haley McCurry, Garrett Liles, Colby Gillard and Claire Wathen; back, presenters Bud Freeburg and Mike Exner.

Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Scholarship: From left, recipient Alex Cheek and presenters Kima Brown and Daniel Barrett.

NGHS AFJROTC Scholarship: From left, recipient Hannah Zeise and presenters Lt. Col. James Dorsey and Mstr. Sgt. Ron Wolfe; not pictured, Nicholas Brown.

Eli Holland Scholarship: From left, recipient Ashley Stephens and presenters Ginger Holland and Elexis Holland. Kiwanis Club of Newnan Outstanding Sciences Awards: Front, from left, recipients Sommer Vanden Heuvel, Wade Pickett, Brody Harlan and Hayden Schultz; back, presenters Bud Freeburg and Mike Exner.

Soles for Cole Scholarship: From left, recipient William Horne and presenters Anne Crouteau Lee and Nathan Brain. Future Georgia Educators: Front, from left, Makenzie Hayes, Emilie Buresch and Kiara Coleman; second row, Ansley Berry, Katelynn Pilon and Megan White; back, Zahraw Shah and presenter Hilary Perry.

Academic Bowl Scholarship: From left, recipients Arthi Shankar and Spencer Thomas and presenter Sherry Taylor.

Journalism and Creative Writing Scholarship: From left, recipient Robyn Clarke and presenter Sherry Taylor.


Sunday, May 13, 2018 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 17D

NGHS Honors 2018

NGHS Band Booster Scholarships: From left, recipients Jeffrey Anstey and Brianna Newton, and presenters Alan Armstrong, Cindy Schnable and Chris Sink. Old Town Sharpsburg Garden Club Scholarship: From left, recipients Brian Chae and Sommer Vanden Heuvel, and presenters Gail Ericsson and Carla Kane.

Distinguished Young Women of Newnan Coweta Scholarship: From left, recipients Robyn Clarke, Lauren Howland, Lily Robles and Ashley Stephens, and presenter Kristi Feninger; not pictured, Ryann Smith.

Newnan Junior Service League Scholarship: From left, recipients Natalie Caylor, Arthi Shankar and Ashley Stephens, and presenter Carolyn Harrison.

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PERSONAL • COMMERCIAL GROUP • LIFE • Gary L. Wright, AAI • W. Kirby Arnall, CLU • Otis F. Jones III, AAI • Rick O. Mercer, AAI • Hanson Powell, AAI • Brian L. Smith, AAI, LUTCF • Lori Wray, AAI

www.matrixins.com PHONE (770) 253-0033 | FAX (770) 254-0037

43 JEFFERSON PARKWAY P.O. BOX 71063

NEWNAN, GA 30271-1063

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18D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 13, 2018

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2781 West Hwy. 54 • Peachtree City, GA 30269

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