BLACKSHEAR, Ga. — A Georgia father and daughter were killed in a crash Sunday in Blackshear.
The Blackshear Times reports that Michael Teabo, 29, and Addison Teabo, 13, were killed in the accident in the Otter Creek Community around 5 p.m. It’s unclear what caused the crash or if there were any other vehicles involved.
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Michael Teabo was a father of four who worked as a cabinet maker, according to his obituary.
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“He loved to hunt and fish. Much like his daughter, he enjoyed listening to music. He also loved his Georgia Bulldogs,” his obituary read.
Michael is survived by two daughters and a son as well as his fiance and her two daughters.
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Addison Teabo was a 7th-grader at Pierce County Middle School.
“Addison loved playing sports, especially volleyball and tennis,” family members wrote in her obituary. “Listening to music was a true passion of hers, and she took pride in being a big sister.”
Addison is survived by her mother and step-father as well as two sisters and four brothers.
The father and daughter will be memorialized at a joint funeral service on Saturday.
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