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Joseph Hobby Obituary: The City of Savannah and the Savannah Fire Department are both saddened by the passing of Joseph Hobby, who formerly served as Fire Chief. Hobby was 84 years old when he passed away on Tuesday morning in Raleigh, North Carolina. During his tenure as chief, which lasted from 1988 until 1997, Hobby was dedicated to keeping the community safe and preventing loss of life. During a firefight, Hobby was the driving force behind the innovation that saw an apparatus fitted with hoses measuring 4 inches in diameter. This increased the amount of water that could be used. Additionally, he was accountable for the hiring of a number of firefighters who are now in positions of leadership. On August 23, a funeral service will be held at Harmony Baptist Church beginning at 10 a.m. and continuing until noon. Donations can be sent to either that church or the Windsor Forest Baptist Church, according to the request made by the family. Full Obituary
James Joseph Obituary: He was preceded in death by his wife Clara, nee Schaeffer, Joseph in 2005; his parents Ralph and Vera, nee Spitznass, Joseph; and sister-in-law Karla Joseph. Surviving are his children Eric (Jenny) Joseph and their daughter Mia of Smithton; Mary (Kyle Hagarty) Joseph of Shiloh, and Alex (Katy) Joseph and their sons Camden and Sawyer of Lebanon; brothers Kenneth (Barb) Joseph and Gary (Karen) Joseph; brother-in-law Don (Lynette) Schaeffer; and many nieces and nephews. Jim served in the United States Army from 1970 to 1976 and was honorably discharged. He had worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone for many years as a customer service technician before retiring from the company. Jim was a member of the Shiloh Valley Grange, where he served as a state officer and chair of the youth committee. He was also a member of the American Legion and the Telephone Pioneers of America. He had previously been a member of the OFallon UCC and was currently a member of the St. Paul UCC in Lebanon. While at St. Paul UCC, he had participated in the Matthew 25.40 Ministries and served on the church council there. Jim was a former Chief of Staff for the Shriners organization, in addition to being active in the Ainad Shriners, Court 86 Jesters, Legion of Honor, and Highlander Group. Jim’s passions included working with wood and spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Full Obituary
Joseph, Patricia “Paddy” Shikany Obituary: Her passionate love for her children and her grandchildren, her fierce and loyal devotion to all of her family, friends and church will be deeply missed. She was preceded in death by beloved husband, Stephen “Steve” Mitchell Joseph, her sister, Annette Shikany Miller and her parents, Dottie and Joe Shikany. She is survived by her children and grandchildren whom she cherished as her priceless treasures, Stephanie Shunnara (Joey), Audrey Flemming (Michael Francis) and Michael Joseph (Amanda), her grandchildren, Joey, Lucy and Rosie Shunnara, Betsy, Mimi and Frank Flemming and Sophia Joseph, her sisters, Lorie Shikany Rice (Clyde) and Lisa Shikany, brothers in law, John Joseph (JoAnn), John Miller and numerous dear nieces and nephews. Paddy grew up with her sisters in Sandy Springs, Georgia and graduated from Saint Pius High School in 1974. She later moved to Birmingham, Alabama after marrying the love of her life, Steve. She built loving and enduring friendships always sharing her devotion to others. Paddy’s style was impeccable. Her love for entertaining her family and friends was always evident and you could feel her love when at one of her gatherings. She was also known for her creative talents of cooking, decorating and gardening. But most of all, anyone who knew Paddy, knew that her her most prized accomplishment was being an endearing “Sitti” to her 7 adored grandchildren. She was an active member of St. Elias Maronite Catholic Church and served on church counsel over many years. Paddy also served in leadership roles with the Southern Federation of Syrian-Lebanese Clubs, the Cedars Phoenician Club of Birmingham, St. Elias Maronite Catholic Church and was a member of the St.Elias Ladies’ Altar Society for decades. Full Obituary
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