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Former Ga. state senator, husband found dead in their home
TURNERVILLE, Ga. — Authorities are investigating the deaths of former Georgia state Sen. Nancy Schaefer and her husband as a possible murder-suicide.
The Associated Press reports that the two were found dead Friday at their home in Turnerville in north Georgia. Georgia Bureau of Investigation spokesman John Bankhead says the preliminary investigation is looking at the case as a murder-suicide, but he did not have further details.
Six GBI agents were at the home investigating at the request of the Habersham County Sheriff’s Department.
Schaefer was a Republican who represented a north Georgia district for two terms. She was a prominent conservative known as a vocal opponent of abortion and same-sex marriage.
Schaefer chose not to run for re-election in 2008 and since then has been the Georgia chairwoman for the nonprofit Christian conservative group Eagle Forum.

Schaefer was also founder and president of Family Concerns Inc., a nonprofit organization in Georgia created for the purpose of strengthening and protecting the family.
Schaefer was the founder and president of two Pro-life Family Concerns Pregnancy Centers in Atlanta that served over 5,000 girls and women.
She was the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in 1994 and was the first woman candidate for governor of Georgia in 1998. She was elected to the Georgia State Senate from the 50th District in 2004.
Schaefer served eight years as a trustee of the National Ethics and Religions Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. In that capacity, she represented the convention at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China, at the U.N. Conference on Human Settlements in Istanbul, Turkey, at the U.N. Conference on Food in Rome, Italy, and the U.N. follow up Conference to Beijing in New York.
Recently she spoke at the World Congress of Families V in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on "The Unlimited Power of Child Protective Services." Mrs. Schaefer also carried the same message to the Nordic Community on Human Rights in Sweden.
She was a former first vice president of the Georgia Baptist Convention, a frequent speaker to churches of all denominations, a speaker to civic and political organizations, and a frequent guest on radio and television programs. In 2001, Schaefer became the first woman trustee to serve on the Toccoa Falls College Board in Toccoa, Ga. She and her husband were members of Ebenezer Baptist Church of Toccoa.
Schaefer and her husband, Bruce Schaefer, were the are parents of four sons and one daughter. They had 13 grandchildren.

Schaefer has been a host of several radio shows in the Atlanta area and the author of daily commentaries over WRAF, WEPC and WTFH.

State Rep. Rick Austin announced Schaefer's death to a packed House chamber Friday night and led lawmakers in a moment of silence.

Correspondent MJ Kneiser and the Associated Press contributed to this story
Comment by truth on March 27, 2010 at 2:39pm
Murder-suicide possible cause of deaths of former state Sen. Schaefer and husband

By Mashaun D. Simon and Aaron Gould Sheinin

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Conservative political activist and former state Sen. Nancy Schaefer and her husband Bruce have died of an apparent murder-suicide.
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Former Ga. state senator Nancy Schaefer and her husband were found dead Friday in Habersham.
Ben Gray, AJC Former Ga. state

Few details were available Saturday, the day after the couple's bodies were found. It could be weeks before autopsy results are available, Habersham county Coroner Kasey McEntire told the AJC Saturday.

Meanwhile, tributes and condolences continued to pour in from lawmakers and others.

"I had the privilege of serving with Nancy for several years in the State Senate and appreciated her kind heart and desire to serve the people of Georgia well. Nita and I will be praying for the entire Schaefer family and ask that the Lord will provide them with peace that passes all understanding during this difficult time,” Lt. Governor Casey Cagle said in a statement.

GBI spokesman John Bankhead told the AJC there will be a thorough investigation into what happened. He could not say who might have been the shooter. Six GBI agents and two crime scene technicians were at the scene of the Schaefer home in Habersham County Friday night.

An announcement was made around 7:30 p.m. Friday on the floor of the Georgia General Assembly.

Sen. Don Thomas, a physician and who said he knew the couple well, said he believed Bruce Schaefer, 74, had cancer.

“In those moments, you are not at your complete sanity," said Thomas, of Dalton. "Some people figure the best way is to end it for both of you. They were married for so long. Loved each other so much. When you see somebody that you love so much, every now and then, you think the best way out of it is to go and be with the Lord. ”

Schaefer, a former Atlanta mayoral candidate and two-term senator, was beaten by Habersham County Commission Chairman Jim Butterworth in a north Georgia Republican runoff in 2008.

“This news hits the hearts of many in our community and I want to be among the first to express my deepest condolences to the family of Nancy and Bruce Schaefer. The Schaefer’s were a blessing to many who were privileged to know them," Butterworth said in a statement.

Rep. Rick Austin made the announcement from the house floor of the couple's death before the chamber observed a moment of silence. Austin represents Habersham and White counties, near Schaefer's home.

“Nancy Schaefer was a great lady, and she served Georgia and her constituents with honor and grace,” Austin said.

Neill Herring, a veteran environmental lobbyist, said Schaefer came to symbolize "a period in Georgia history where the Christian right was really in the ascendancy. I almost feel like her defeat in the last election was a sign that that power had began to wane."

Schaefer and her husband were the parents of five children and moved to Habersham County in North Georgia after living in Atlanta for 35 years. The daughter of a North Georgia Superior Court Judge and granddaughter of a state legislator, Schaefer, 73, entered the public eye in 1985 when she organized a Constitutional Liberties Rally in Atlanta.

The following year, she founded Schaefer Family Concerns, Inc., a nonprofit foundation dedicated to issues such as display of the Ten Commandments in public buildings and opposition to abortion.

She was the Republican nominee for Lt. Governor in 1994. In 1998, she sought the GOP nomination for governor.

According to her state senate biography, she was an eight year Trustee of the National Ethics and Religions Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). She represented Family Concerns and the SBC at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995, the U.N. Conference on Human Settlements in Istanbul, the U.N. Conference on Food in Rome, Italy and the U
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Comment by Harry Thomas on May 16, 2009 at 7:36pm
I was in foster care from age 12 till I was amancipated at age 16

Believe me its worse than you can imagine.

this issue is close to my heart
Comment by truth on May 16, 2009 at 12:24pm
I hear ya Sister. Any one with a soul should make this issue number one. These poor kids, it just breaks my heart.
Comment by truth on May 16, 2009 at 11:55am

"Destroying the New World Order"


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