- 71 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 16, 1943
- Date of passing: Jun 18, 2014
|Let the memory of Eugene be with us forever|
Mr. Eugene Foster Byram, age 71 of Franklin, Georgia passed away at his home on Wednesday, June 18, 2014.
Professional services provided by Stutts Funeral Home. http://www.stuttsfuneralhome.com
"I have always loved my Uncle Gene and Aunt Linda. They were a big part of my childhood and I thank God that I got the two of you. Although we never really sat down and talked, I knew you loved me too :). Thank you again for opening the door that night and letting me in. I don't remember the circumstances, but I do remember the love and kindness that greeted me at the door. Not many words were spoken and I know I stayed the night in a home I was safe from the cruel world.
I always wondered how you could hold that cigarette in your mouth and talk and never drop it!
Yep that was my Uncle Gene that I remember and hold dear to my heart. Until we all meet again....I love you Uncle Gene! :)"
"I remember him laughing, I didn't see it often but he had the same twinkle in his eyes that daddy had. Now he's left this world and is in a much better place. He will be missed but the memories I have of him will always be with me. Farewell Uncle Gene may you find rest in the arms of angels."
"The times when he and my father would reminisce about the misadventures they had together will warm my heart for years to come. I can't remember a single detail of any of them, but there was a magic when the two of them got together and the past would whisk them away to another time and place. I know they're sitting on a front porch somewhere in the great beyond planning their next life story over a cup of coffee, I just hope they don't get the rest of us banned before we can get there to join them. Love you, Uncle Gene. I'll miss you dearly. Tell my old man hello and we'll see you when the time comes."
"He was the best dad ever. I really miss him and think about him every day. He will always be in my heart and I'm glad that I got to play his bagpipes for him one more time. I love you Daddy!"
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