Let the memory of James be with us forever
  • 45 years old
  • Born on November 21, 1966 .
  • Passed away on December 6, 2011 .

Minister James Anthony Cato

On Tuesday, December 6, 2011, God called one of his Angels home, Minister James Cato. He was born November 21, 1966 in Fairfax, Virginia to Ms. Barbara Jean Cato. He attended school in LaGrange, GA.

He joined the Solomon Grove Baptist Church at an early age. With his musical talents and love of playing the piano, he found many church homes and finally settled in at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church where he served 28 years until his health failed. He played for the South Western Union District Association for 31 years.

He started as a volunteer on June 2005 at the Grady Memorial Health Center. He was hired as an employee in guest service and in transporter, October 31, 2005. His supervisor director was Mrs. Shandra Polite and Operation Manager was Mr. Nathaniel Mayes.

Preceding him death was his grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. Corres and Nena Truitt and Aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Robinson.

He leaves to cherish his memory a very close and dear friend: Rev. Mary E. Burth of Grantville, GA; Godparents, Mr. & Mrs. Amos (Virginia) Harris of LaGrange, GA; aunts, Ms. Lillian Floyd of LaGrange, Mrs. Agnes Rice Willingboro of New Jersey, Mr. & Mrs. Johnny (Marian) Brown of Riverdale; uncles, Mr. James Truitt of LaGrange, GA, Mr. Charles Cato of Maryland; a God sister, Wanda Cotton; Nieces, Nakeia and Ameia Cotton, Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Stephens; and a host of nephews, relatives and friends.

Monday, December 12, 2011
2:30 p.m.
New Community Church
1200 South Davis Rd.
LaGrange, Ga

Interment; Bethlehem Baptist Church Standing Rock Alabama

Professional services provided by Sewell Funeral Homes. http://www.sewellfuneralhomes.com

Posted by (SFH) Administrator on December 23, 2011
Stephanie a friend lit a candle at
2011-12-12 20:44:28

One friend i wil always remember
Posted by (SFH) Administrator on December 23, 2011
Min. Deborah Martin - Friend wrote at
2011-12-12 15:04:46

You have come to where we all are headed. You sung your tributes to God in such a unique way. You voice and music will be very well missed. One thing that you left that really stick is the song by Lee Williams that I found on YouTube and have been playing all day "All I Know Is That's What He Said." Rest on my friend.
Posted by (SFH) Administrator on December 23, 2011
Stephanie /friend wrote at
2011-12-12 12:11:43

Rest in peace we love yoi butGod loves you best
Posted by (SFH) Administrator on December 23, 2011

Minister Renee Clark friend wrote at
2011-12-11 21:26:13

Rest in peace and the trouble of this world is over.

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