PoP's Southern Thangs: A Brother Remembered


A Brother Remembered

From "Southern Interest" a closed blog post:
Our patriot Brother, Rodney Waller's Funeral April 2, 2007

Rodney Edward Waller Sr., 55, departed this life Monday April 2, 2007. He was born in Chickamauga, to the late Carl Waller and Geraldine Ledford Lofty, and was preceded in death by his brother Randy Waller Sr. He was active in the Sons of the Confederate Organization, Camp Chattahoochie Guards 1639 of Mableton, Ga., loved to ride his Harley that he built from scratch. He was a self-taught musician an songwriter, an avid political advocate, a Georgia Bulldog fan an believed in what the true south stood for. He loved and was loved by all who knew him. Survivors include his sons, Rodeny Edward Waller Jr., of Fort Oglethorpe, and Aubrey Lee Waller, of Alabama; brother Joey Lofty, of Ringgold; sister, Yulonda Taylor; sister-in-law Susan Waller, both of Rosville; granddaughter, Destiny; nieces and nephews, Shane, Randy, Wendy, Mia and Mike; and several aunts and uncles.

Rod was a Friend and Brother to many, he was my companion on many efforts for our beloved Dixie. I will truly miss him and his support, I will always remember us being called the lonesome two-some. Now, I stand alone here in N. GA. & SE. TN....PoP


Part of Heaven is being remembered after your gone.--- I will always remember Brother Rodney. ~ PoP

K. Steven "Stonewall" Monk & Lum Pettit
Stand Vigil Over a Confederate Brother.

Ray McBerry delievered the eulogy
and chaplains form the S.V.C. officiating.

Stonewall and Rodney's
Motorcycle Hearse.

Rodney's nieces and nephews

Brother Rodney now waves our banner on the streets of Heaven.... God bless ya Rodney!


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