Judine Lynch | Certified Home Care of Georgia

My name is Judine Lynch, and I have been providing care and staff-ing since 1987. Each week I will provide information on home care and resources available to people of all ages with constraints and the frail older population. I am not a scientist, nor a mathematician or can I claimed to know it all, but I will work my hardest to get important information to share with readers.

Tracey Wells

Did your home take a storm hit or get some water damage? Before you pick up the phone to call in a claim, wait! Daily we receive home-owners insurance quote requests, and it never fails that some of these quote requests have prior claims. Notice, I said claims, being plural.

Judine Lynch | Certified Home Care of Georgia

The best home care providers are outstanding dispensing all-inclusive service. I know we do, my name is Judine Lynch, I opened the doors to Certified Home Care of Georgia in 2009, after providing one-on-one care to people with constraints since 1987. Certified Home Care of Georgia gives our customers service-proven to deliver reliability, safety, comfort, and caregivers with experience in each client’s diagnosis.

Michelle Gay McGill Couch of Lawrenceville went to be with her Lord and Savior on June 13, 2018. Michelle was born on August 21, 1968, to her parents Charles and Dorothy McGill of Summerville, South Carolina. She was a graduate of Summerville High School and attended Trident Technical College, and is predeceased by her parents and her beloved sister, Sherrilyn Drawdy.

Gianluca and Stefano Seta

We just finished our fourth year in the Dual Language Immersion program at Bethesda Elementary School. In DLI, we are taught half the day in Spanish and half the day in English.

Race begins 7 a.m. | 1 mile fun run begins 7:05 a.m.

ATLANTA, Ga. – For 40 years, the Possum Trot 10K has allowed runners to take part in a great race while helping save animals and all along the beautiful banks of the Chattahoochee River. This year, the race gets running June 16 at 7 a.m.

Gwinnett Citizen Local News

Lawrenceville – Gov. Nathan Deal signed House Bill 673 into law Wednesday. Effective July 1, 2018, Gwinnett County drivers will face new restrictions on the use of electronic devices while driving and new penalties designed to counter the ongoing threat of distracted driving.

Jannetta “J. J.” Faires Johnson

Jannetta “J. J.” Faires Johnson, age 93, of Lawrenceville, Georgia, went home to be with her Lord & Savior on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, after developing pneumonia and having congestive heart failure.  She is survived by her two sons & daughters-in-law, Tom & Nancy Clack Johnson and Rick & Tommie Ann Wages Johnson all of Lawrenceville, GA; five grandchildren, Thomas & Taylor Johnson of Cumming, GA, David Alan Johnson and fiancée, Lauren Franklin of Atlanta, GA, Matthew Wages Johnson of Lawrenceville, GA, Kathryn Marie Johnson of Atlanta, GA, and Samuel Joseph Johnson of Sandy Springs, GA; two great grandsons, Parker and Peyton Johnson both of Cumming, GA; other relatives and a host of friends.