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James Hoke Rutledge, III, age 46, of Roswell

James (Jim) Hoke Rutledge, III, age 46 of Roswell, Ga., passed away on September 21, 2012.

Jim was a graduate of The University of Georgia and an avid Bulldog fan. He was an artist, a history buff, enjoyed working with his hands as part of the East Cobb Woodcarvers Club and he was also involved in the Mountain View Aquatic Group.

Jim is survived by his wife Paige, daughter Carson, his parents Jim and Deeny Rutledge and Shelia Rutledge; his grandma Lillian Rutledge, his 5 siblings, their spouses and 9 nieces and nephews. He also leaves a large extended family and a network of friends that reaches back to his childhood.

A memorial service was held on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 3 p.m. at Roswell United Methodist Church. The family received friends in the sanctuary at 2 p.m. A private family interment will be held on Wednesday.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the MS Center of Atlanta, Attn: Donation Fund, 3200 Downwood Circle, NW, Suite 550, Atlanta, Ga. 30327.

Please express condolences at www.southcare.us. Arrangements by SouthCare Cremation & Funeral Society in Alpharetta – 678-735-5500.

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