Fred Gann


Fred Gann, 73, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, at his home. He was preceded in death by his father, Willie Chester Gann; mother, Ella Bea Michaels; brothers, William Hoyt Gann and Walter Gerald Gann. Fred was raised and resided in the Georgetown and Birchwood area. He was well known for his love of auto mechanics and auto restoration. At retirement, he and Marilyn moved to Cohutta to be closer to their youngest son, Clayton. Fred fought a courageous battle against cancer for more than two years. He was surrounded by his children and grandchildren until he entered into rest. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn Elizabeth Gann of the residence; daughters and sons-in-law, Melissa and Alvin Gonzales, of Virginia Beach, Va., and Teresa and Anthony Mille, of Graysville, Tenn.; sons and a daughter-in-law, Jeffery Gann, Sr., of Riceville, Tenn., Fred Gann, of Rome, Ga. and Clayton and Amy Gann of Dalton; sisters, Pamela Parton, of LaFayette, Ga.; brothers, Paul Michaels, of Ooltewah, and Ron Michaels, of Tellico Plains, Tenn.; 17 grandchildren, Krystal, Jon, Arianna, Emilio, Christopher, Mariah, Jeffery, Jennifer, Karen, Emily, Alfonso, Luisa, Bruno, Clayton "C.J.", Jasmine, Amber and Devan; several nieces and nephews also survive. A graveside service to honor the life of Fred Gann will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013 at at Varnell Cemetery with Dewey Long and Ron Michaels speaking. The family will receive friends at the Pleasant Grove Chapel of Julian Peeples Funeral Home from 5 until 9 p.m. today. You may leave the family a message on the tribute wall, upload photos or light a memorial candle at Funeral arrangements are by Julian Peeples Funeral Home, Pleasant Grove Chapel, Dalton. For more information, call 706-259-7455.

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