- 81 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 11, 1930
- Date of passing: Dec 12, 2011
|Let the memory of Willie be with us forever|
Mr. Willie (Norman) Shockley, Jr., 81, died at Lanier Nursing Home on Monday, December 12, 2011. He was born Tuesday, November 11, 1930.
Memorial services will be held at St. John’s Episcopal Church, West Point, Georgia, on Wednesday, December 21, 2011, at 2:00 Pm EST.
Mr. Shockley is survived by his wife, Blythe (Bea) Shockley; three sons, Raymond (Cherie) Shockley, Norman Glenn Shockley and Warner Jeff Shockley; one grandson, Raymond Tony (Lindsey) Shockley; one granddaughter, Tiffany (Coleman) Reese; two great grandsons, Dylan Reese and Charles Anderson Shockley; two great granddaughters, Madison Reese and Anna Elizabeth Shockley; one step daughter, Deborah (Jeff) Whaley; one step son, Charlie (Alice) Parker III; one step grandson, Gregory Whaley.
In lieu of flowers donations will be accepted in his memory to St. John’s Episcopal Church.
Professional services provided by McCarthy Funeral Home Inc. in West Point Georgia. http://www.Mccarthyfuneralhomeinc.com
"JEFF LASHLEY NEPHEW wrote at
I Love you UNCLE NORMAN YOU WILL BE MISSED"
"Sue Ellen Whitaker (Howell), Niece wrote at
My uncle Norman, affectionately called "Unk", was loved so much by my mom (his sister), my dad, my sister & brother and me. I wish I had visited him more often and to tell him how much he was loved. Throughout my lifetime he was fun, caring and he loved us so much. My heart is warmed knowing he is finally at peace. I will truly m"
"Johnson Family wrote at
Our family would like to offer our sympathy for the loss of your loved one. Words cannot take away the pain you feel during this difficult time. Our heavenly father promises to swallow up death forever, (Isaiah 25:8) And reunite us with our loved ones again by means of the resurrection. (Acts 24:15)"
"R. Johnson wrote at
Words can not express the sorrow we feel for your lost. But, GOD word can & will bring us comfort. The promises at Acts 24:15, John 5:28, Psalms 37:9-11,29 & Rev. 21:3,4 brings us hope. And it allows us to continue to endure just a little while longer."
"JEFF LASHLEY NEPHEW lit a candle at
UNCLE NORMAN I LOVE YOU"
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