Tankless water heater maker Rinnai triples headquarters size in Peachtree City

Tankless water heater maker Rinnai triples headquarters size in Peachtree City

Japan-based Rinnai Corp. will triple the size of its North American headquarters on International Drive in Peachtree City. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held July 28 for the more than $15 million expansion, which will include a new two-story headquarters and establishment of its North American Innovation and Training Center. Upon completion of the company’s proposed 37,560-square-foot […]

Nelson is new executive director of Serve Ministries

David Nelson will serve as the new executive director of Serve Ministries at Peachtree City United Methodist Church. Nelson’s role will involve providing church members with opportunities to serve locally, regionally and globally. He began his new position Aug. 1. Nelson graduated in 1995 from the Master of Arts in Christian Education program at Erskine […]

Elizabeth Mae Franklin Robison, age 80

Elizabeth Mae “Betty” Franklin Robison (80), recently of Peachtree City, Ga., passed away on Friday, July 21, at her home in Chattanooga, Tenn. Betty was born on May 5, 1937, in Detroit, Mich., the fourth of seven siblings. After graduating Cooley High School, she moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, where she married and began her family. […]

Joan Elizabeth Ginter, age 80

Joan Elizabeth Ginter died peacefully at home from cancer on July 26, 2017. She spent her last five months patiently waiting for Jesus to take her to heaven. She was 80 years old. Born in Erie, Pa. in August 1936, Joan (an Army brat) spent her youth in Alabama, South Carolina and Georgia, graduating from […]

Tom Stroud, 74, of Peachtree City

Tom Stroud, 74, of Peachtree City, Ga. passed away peacefully on July 24, 2017 surrounded by his family after an extended illness. Tom was born in Portsmouth, Va. on December 19, 1942 to Benny and Mildred Stroud.  Tommy graduated from Craddock High School and attended East Carolina University where he completed his undergraduate work and […]

Immigrants overwhelmed by generosity of Fayette folks

Immigrants overwhelmed by generosity of Fayette folks

When the Shaymurodov family in Tajikistan learned they had been approved for green cards, they thought they had hit the lottery. But after arriving in Peachtree City July 15, they discovered they had truly picked the right place to live after after an outpouring of support from the community. Above, the Shaymurodov family settles into […]