- 84 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 17, 1930
- Date of passing: Dec 26, 2014
|Let the memory of J. B. be with us forever|
J. B. Ryner, Sr., age 84, passed away on December 26, 2014 at West Georgia Hospice in LaGrange, Ga.
Graveside services will be held on Saturday, January 3, 2014, at 4pm EST in the Vienna City Cemetery in Vienna, Ga.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to West Georgia Hospice or to the American Cancer Society.
Professional services provided by McCarthy Funeral Home Inc. in West Point Georgia. http://www.Mccarthyfuneralhomeinc.com
"Happy Birthday JB, you go get Uncle Remus and you two go around entertaining everybody else today with your wonderful stories. I miss you and love you , but you guys are doing just fine. Freddy."
"Please accept my deepest sympathie . He will be be missed at the Kroc center in Augusta by all his Friends there. R.Six"
"To Carolynn, J.B. , Lyn and Kelly, We are all sad and shocked to hear of J B's passing. He was dad's best friend for many,many years. For me as a kid, he was this almost mystical larger than life character who my Dad would get so excited about seeing. Later in life when I decided to join dad in the pecan business, JB suggested that I come to Vienna to work with him during the pecan harvest so I could learn how to identify the many different varieties of pecans. What I learned proved to be valuable lessons that have serve me well. Years later when JB started his brokerage business, we worked together to get some very good customers. Then JB made one of my dreams come true, He was instrumental in getting me the invitation that all golfers covet......He got me on The Augusta National Golf Club, yes the home of the Masters, which is most private and therefore the most difficult golf course in the world to get the opportunity to play.And it did not happen once, I lost count after at least 7 or 8 such trips ! JB was much more to our entire family than just my Dad's favorite friend....... He was our "Uncle JB", a man we all loved and respected for many different reasons. Now Uncle Remus and Uncle JB are having another party where they will be busy entertaining everybody else. We want you know how much he meant to us and what a difference he was able to make in our lives. Rest well JB, we all love you, Freddy, Carol and the entire Felder family."
"Please accept my deepest sympathies. Sincerely , Loraine Crenshaw ( West Ga. Hospice )"
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