Mr. Jimmy Carter McEver, 74
Mr. Jimmy Carter McEver, 74, of Talmo, passed away Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date.
Born on November 4, 1946 in Athens, he was the son of the late Joe Carter and Rachel Braselton McEver. He was the co-owner of H & M Machine where he was a machinist. He was a proud veteran of the United States Navy and a member of Christ Place Church.
In addition to his parents, Mr. McEver is preceded in death by his brother, Donald McEver.
Mr. McEver is survived by his wife, Dorothy Reed McEver of Talmo; son, Russell McEver of Clermont; son and daughter in law, Mark and Angie McEver of Talmo; brothers, David McEver (Nancy) of Talmo, Rob McEver (Beth) of Fayetteville, Arkansas and a granddaughters, Olivia McEver, Anna McEver, Abby McEver; special pets, Gracie, Carley and Jack and a number of other relatives.
In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to, Reaching Nations- 505 Lakeland Plaza #115, Cumming, Ga 30040.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, 2030 Memorial Park Road, Gainesville, GA 30504 is in charge of arrangements.
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So sorry to hear of Jimmy’s death. He really fought a hard battle. So proud all of you including my family will have good memories of a fine person.
Guy Dean Benson
Jefferson High School Class of 1964 send our love and sympathy to Jimmy’s family and friends.
Glenda Davis Longstreet clinic
Mrs. McEver, Just wanted you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. I loved be able to take care of Mr. Mcever and getting to know the both of you. He was certainly a pleasure to get to take care of. Please let us know if you need anything
Glenda, Dr. Carey's nurse
R. Garry Glenn
Jill and I were sad to hear of Jimmy's passing. He and my brother Danny were great friends and got into a number of hi-jinks together, including a memorable practical joke on their Senior Trip to Washington, D.C. They also hunted together; and he spent quite a few nights at our house in Brockton. His brother Rob is also a friend of mine. Thoughts and prayers are with the Family in this time of grief; but our Hope and Faith is that we will be able to see our loved ones again when this life is over. Maybe he and Dan have caught up with each other by now and are on a duck pond somewhere.
Dot and family
So sorry to hear about Jimmy. Sending thoughts
and prayers to you and the family.
Jimmy you were a kind person that everyone would have Loved. I have had the pleasure of calling you my brother-in-law most of my life. I bet Mom was waiting on you when you entered Heaven. Love you with all my Heart. Rest In Peace we will see you again.
Joan and Jerry Poore
Dorothy and family. So sorry for the passing of Jimmy. I know each of you will deeply miss him. I know he is in heaven looking down and wants you to know he is at peace and having a wonderful time. I will never forget the good times we had Dorothy going to beach with all the boys. I was around him enough to know there wasn’t many like him. Bless each family member in trying to get through this difficult time. My prayers are with you.
Sandra Blackstock Gross
Sad to read of Jimmy's passing. Sending prayers & deepest sympathy to all the family.
Betty Jo Stephens
Dear Dorothy and Family,
Just want you to know that I have been praying for you.
May God bless and comfort you. Just remember all those great memories of Jimmy that
will carry you thru those difficult days.
Betty Forrester Stephens
Brenda. Ivey Dye
Dorothy I was so sad to hear of Jimmy's passing. May God bless and keep you until you are together again.
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