May 28, 1928- November 21, 2018
Margaret Mize O’Neal, 90, of Greensboro, GA died on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at St. Mary’s Good Samaritan were held on Monday, Nov. 26, 2018 at Bethel Baptist Church, 3981 Union Point Highway, Greensboro with Rev. Bobby Tomlin officiating. Interment followed at Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery, 3400 Penfield Road, Greensboro, GA 30642.
Serving as pallbearers were Roy Harris, Justin Harris, John Brooks, Bill Mize, Lance Branyan and Cristian Branyan. Margaret was born in Greene County on May 28, 1928, she was the daughter of the late John Daniel Mize and Margie McEver Mize. She attended school in Woodville and worked for Chipman Union in Union Point as a border and pairer.
She was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church and later attended Bethel Baptist Church. Margaret was an avid reader and enjoyed being with her family.
She was preceded in death by two sisters, Catherine Dunn and Annie Lou Serpa; and a brother, John Lester Mize.
In addition to her husband, John O’Neal of Greensboro, she is survived by two daughters, Janice Brooks and husband Curtis of Greensboro and Vickie O’Neal of Greensboro; five grandchildren; Curtis Brooks, III and his wife Shelette, George Brooks, John Brooks and his wife Angel, Rebecca Brooks and Janet Brooks; three great grandchildren, Violetta, Vanya and Visely Brooks; two sisters, Christine M. Harris and Shirley M. Harris and her husband Glenn; brother, Bill Mize and his wife Faye; a number of other relatives and friends.
McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements.
Visit us at www.mccommonsfuneralhome.com to sign the online guest register.
Michael Steven Bradley passed away on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at St. Mary’s Good Samaritan Hospital at the age of 67.
A service honoring his life will be held in the Family Life Center of Greensboro First United Methodist Church (North Campus) on Saturday, December 1st with family visitation beginning at 10 am and a service at 11:00.
Mike “Bobo” Bradley loved the people of Greene County. Well, technically, one could extend that geographical boundary a bit, but he truly loved the people of this area. The businesses he patronized and the circles he travelled would certainly be graced by a few moments of storytelling and laughter with his arrival. The odd thing about his persona was that in the midst of all this social interaction, he truly found peace and his identity in the solitude of a tractor cab. You see, he saw this place as something special, both in the people and the land. He was brought here at age 7 by the marriage of Bobby Bradley and Pat Sheffield. The tight confines of a housing project in Macon gave way to the spaces