James Ray Doyle (11-17-19) service 11-21-19

James Ray Doyle, of Savannah, departed this life on Sunday, Nov. 17, at the age of 85 years, 3 months and 16 days.
He was born in Clifton on Aug. 1, 1934, the son of the late Jim and Vera Davis Doyle. On Jan. 20, 1969, he was united in marriage to Daisy Price, who survives.
James Ray served his country honorably in the United States Army as a military police officer. He acquired technical certification in electrical and HVAC repair. Throughout the years he had worked in maintenance at Hardin County Hospital, police officer for Savannah Police Department, and retired from Packaging Corporation of America. James Ray was a member of Olivet Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He loved golfing, spending time with his grandchildren, UT football, gardening and traveling. He was a handyman and enjoyed tinkering and fixing things.
James Ray is survived by his wife, Daisy of Savannah; daughters, Vicki Lay and husband Philip, and Amanda Plunkett and her husband Mark, all of Savannah; grandchildren, Trevor Hathcock, Mary Lay, Jaydin Morris, Jack DeBerry and his wife Lesley, Jessica Stricklin and her husband Steven, Brandy Norman and her husband Dylan, all of Savannah, and Jill Wild and her husband Tanner of Huntington, West Virginia; and great-grandchildren, Daisy, Walker, Carter, all of West Virginia, Bailey, Brinley, Marilyn, James, Jamison and Kaile, all of Savannah.
In addition to his parents, James Ray was preceded in death by a brother, Billy Joe Doyle.
Services were held on Thursday, Nov. 21, at 1 p.m., at Olivet Cumberland Presbyterian Church  in Savannah with Mitch Boulton and David Lay officiating. Burial followed in Neill Cemetery at Savannah.