ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jolly Toole Sr 72 years old , born on April 23, 1939 and passed away on January 26, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by David Baker on January 29, 2012
We will miss your kindness and keen sense of humor. You always kept us laughing and soon we would forget our day to day trials and troubles. The world needs more people like you. As Vince Gill wrote, "Go rest high on that mountain, your work on earth is done; Go to heaven a shouting, Love for the Father and the Son."

With Much Love.....

Your nephew,

David
Posted by Cherryl Baker Athon on January 28, 2012
Jolly will be truly missed. I remember his sense of humor. He was quite a comedian and had a continuous line of jokes and stories. I know Linda will be lost without him, but he is not suffering any longer and has a much better life with our Lord and Savior.
Posted by Jolly Toole II on January 26, 2012
Daddy, you will always be in my heart, my friend. I love you more than words can say and will miss you so much. I know your happy and ok now, no more suffering, Your Home now with Momma and Papa Toole, give them kisses and hugs. Love, Bo,

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Posted by David Baker on January 29, 2012
We will miss your kindness and keen sense of humor. You always kept us laughing and soon we would forget our day to day trials and troubles. The world needs more people like you. As Vince Gill wrote, "Go rest high on that mountain, your work on earth is done; Go to heaven a shouting, Love for the Father and the Son."

With Much Love.....

Your nephew,

David
Posted by Cherryl Baker Athon on January 28, 2012
Jolly will be truly missed. I remember his sense of humor. He was quite a comedian and had a continuous line of jokes and stories. I know Linda will be lost without him, but he is not suffering any longer and has a much better life with our Lord and Savior.
Posted by Jolly Toole II on January 26, 2012
Daddy, you will always be in my heart, my friend. I love you more than words can say and will miss you so much. I know your happy and ok now, no more suffering, Your Home now with Momma and Papa Toole, give them kisses and hugs. Love, Bo,
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Uncle Jolly

Shared by David Baker on January 29, 2012

My Father and I would visit Aunt Linda and Uncle Jolly in Marianna, Fl., on trips to see my Grandmother staying at the nearby Nursing Home. While visiting with her, I was always amazed at the number of people Uncle Jolly knew at the Nursing Home. It seemed like every other person we passed in the halls and cafeteria at the Nursing Home, patients and nurses alike, Uncle Jolly would shake their hand, speak with or just take a moment to listen to the residents and employees. Remarkably, most of the people, he knew by their name. He was always kind and thoughtful with everyone. especially my Grandmother, whom he helped care for with my Aunt Linda. I know why he chose Teaching as a profession. He had a geniune compassion and interest in people, always willing to help others. After visits to the Nursing Home, we would often have lunch nearby at the T/A Truck Stop Cafeteria. Uncle Jolly did not know a stranger. I think Uncle Jolly knew every person in Marianna or they knew him. He would go from table to table to talk with just about everyone. Uncle Jolly was never too busy to stop to talk with people or share a story. Often, I would kid with him about this and jokingly refer to him as "Mr. Mayor". He got a real kick out of this. The family will miss you sorely, as will, the community of Marianna ...Travel well and God Bless you Uncle Jolly.

Your Nephew,

David

Gone but not forgotten!!

Shared by Caleb Toole on January 27, 2012
My grandpa was the most amazing person you could ever meet. Not only was he extremely smart, but he was also a very lovIng and caring man. I have soo many memories i have shared with my papaw while growing up, and the main ones i remember were the times where we went fishing on great grandpa Toole's farm. I will always miss my papaw, even though i wish i could see him one more time i know that he is with me by looking down on me in heaven. Ultimately he is in the kingdom of heaven and he is no longer suffering; therefore i hope that everyone realizes that he is watching over all of the Toole family and other family members as well. I will always love and never forget my amazing loving, very caring, and extremely funny grandpa. PAPAW :) love you always and forever!!!!