Sammy Eady Death, Obituary – Sammy Eady, who served as the coroner of Carroll County, Georgia for a lengthy period of time, reportedly passed away at the age of 82, as reported by his son. This morning, Brock Eady offered the following from the New International Version of the Bible: I guide you along routes that are devoid of crookedness and offer you instruction in the way of wisdom. When you walk, you won’t have any trouble with your stride, and when you run, you won’t trip over anything.
In addition, he is survived by his devoted grandchildren, Katherine (Rob) Laskey and Anne Marie of Herndon, and Mitchell and Bennett of Appleton. A great-grandson, Elijah Robert Laskey, is due to arrive in October. He is also survived by his step-grandchildren Bill (Becky) Harvey, Julia (Kasey) Harvey, and Steven Harvey (who passed away), as well as a large number of step-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great
Robert’s parents, Wilbur and Hattie Eady, as well as his brothers, Tom and George Eady, passed away before him. Aileen, his childhood sweetheart and the doting mother of his children, was the first to go. Laverne Eady, George’s wife, is still alive today. The Martha-Mary Chapel at Henry Ford’s Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan is where Robert and Aileen Eady exchanged their vows on April 19, 1942, to become husband and wife.
Following Aileen’s passing, on May 17, 2009, he wed Shirley in the First Church of Christ, Scientist in South Bend. Shirley was his second wife. Mr. Eady was a patriotic war veteran who had fought in the Navy aboard the USS Sawfish during World War II. He started his professional life with American Standard in Dearborn, and eventually moved on to work for Sundstrand Heat Transfer in Dowagiac, Michigan. He was very engaged in the Christian Science Church in addition to being a member of the board of directors of the Woodlands Behavioral Healthcare Network, Elks Club, and Rotary Club. He also served as a board member. Samuel H. Eady June 26, 1940 – Feb 5, 2023″