BAINBRIDGE, Ga. — A Georgia couple who have been well-known enterprise house owners of their small group died on the identical day of COVID-19.
Edwin (66) and Linda (58) McCullers each died at Memorial Hospital in Bainbridge on Aug. 28.
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Edwin McCullers was the proprietor of Flint River Outfitters, which sells searching, fishing and different outside gear. The enterprise was closed till additional discover after his demise. Linda McCullers owned a hair salon.
The couple contracted the virus in mid-August.
They have been each of the Methodist religion.
There have been dozens of tributes to the couple on social media.
“Edwin and his pricey spouse Linda McCullers have been two of the toughest working folks I ever knew,” one pal wrote on Fb. “They constructed a number of extremely profitable companies through the years, however they at all times took the time to personally attend to every buyer.”
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The household inspired everybody to put on masks of their joint obituary. Their funeral service will likely be personal.
Bainbridge is a close-knit group that’s house to round 13,000 folks. It’s the county seat of Decatur County and the hometown of UGA head soccer coach Kirby Sensible.
A complete of 66 folks in Decatur County have died of COVID-19 for the reason that begin of the pandemic.
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