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Page 8A October 31, 2018 JRElJOrter rge you to vote Gary Lieutenant Governor Secre~ of State AH0rney General Ag Commissioner Insurance Commissioner School Superintendent Mark O labor Commissioner Public Service C~rnissi0ner Public Service C0mmissi0mr Congress District 8 Slate Sonabr District 18 Tragedy Tues- day, Oct. 23 when a 2-year- old Monroe County boy died as a result of bleeding out from a tonsillectomy gone wrong. Little Maverick "May" Sundeen, the son of Chris and Natalie Sundeen of 3241 Hwy. 42, had his tonsils removed in Macon on Thursday, Oct. 18. There were reports that an artery was hit during surgery; and May was put in ICU while doctors treated bleeding issues. Five days later, on Tuesday morning, he was released to go home. On Tuesday afternoon, May reportedly became sick from swallowing blood and vomited, causing more bleeding. Monroe County EMS was dispatched to the home and rushed the boy to the Monroe County Hospital emergency room. EMS director Matt Perry said they devoted every re- source they had to saving the boy but they were unable to do so. Maverick was the grandson of Superior Court Judge Bill Fears and Joyce Fears of Jackson, and attended Forsyth UMC pre-school. A private funeral was held Friday, Oct. 26. The fam- ily requested donations in memory of Maverick be made to Eagles Land- ing First Baptist Church preschool ministry in McDonough. Shurley he ps restore power on ravaged ooast Ricky Shurley of Forsyth has been in the Florida gulf coast with his Georgia Power co- workers helping clean up from Hurricane Michael. He is shown above working in Panama City, Fla. Shurley said words and photos alone cannot properly describe the devastation. He said the biggest needs are children's clothes and things for kids, as many families have lost everything and have nowhere to wash clothes. Shurley has been in Florida for nearly two weeks and isn't sure when he'll be coming home. Over the last several months, I have worked tirelessly to earn your vote. I AM HUMBLY ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE ON TUESDAY. IT WOULD BE MY HONOR TO CONTINUE SERVING THE PEOPLE OF MONROE COUNTY." Paid for by Zach Brown