Jimmy Tuberville (12-13-10) services 12-18-10

 

Jimmy Tuberville

Jimmy Tuberville was born in Tishomingo County, Miss., on Dec. 16, 1946, the son of the late Garvin Woodrow and Mildred Smith Tuberville.

On Jan. 20, 1968, he was united in marriage to Ann Spencer, who survives.

Mr. Tuberville was a supervisor for 39 years for Anvil International Corporation in Henderson, Tenn. He was a United States Army Veteran. Mr. Tuberville was a member of Milledgeville United Methodist Church where he was assistant superintendent, member of the PPR Committee and the Lay Leader Committee. Mr. Tuberville was also the sound person for the church. He was very active in the church.

Mr. Tuberville was a member of the Milledgeville Volunteer Fire Department where he was chief for 10 years. He was alderman for 12 years, on the Cemetery Committee for five years and he was a member of the American Legion Post 98 since 1972.

Mr. Tuberville lived in Enville in his early life and Milledgeville the rest of his life. He enjoyed motorcycles, fishing, hunting, traveling, firefighting and taking part in all of Milledgeville activities. Mr. Tuberville loved being with his grandchildren.

He departed this life on Monday, Dec. 13, at the age of 63 years, 11 months and 27 days.

In addition to his wife, Ann of Milledgeville, he is survived by two sons, Joey Tuberville and his wife Cindy of Mobile, Ala. and Justin Tuberville and his wife Brandy of Milledgville; four grandchildren, Tyler, Kirby, Lynley and Elly Kate Tuberville; one sister, Linda Davis and her husband Jackie of Crump; and a loving mother in law, Grace Spencer of Milledgeville.

In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by four brothers, Johnny, Jerry, Joe and infant James Tuberville and a loving father-in-law, Buford Spencer.

Services were held on Saturday, Dec. 18, at 1 p.m., at Milledgeville United Methodist Church with Jimmy Dyer, Jimmy Kelly, Roger Henson, Dannie Kennedy officiating. Burial was in the Milledgeville Cemetery at Milledgeville, Tenn.

 

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