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Rickey Wayne Terrell Sr.

8 December, 19515 October, 2020
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Mr. Rickey Wayne Terrell, Sr. affectionally known by many as "Burrell", age 68, of Winder, passed away on Monday, October 5, 2020.

Mr. Terrell was a member of the Winder First Christian Church. He will be best remembered by his family as a loving husband, father, grandfather, and a friend to many.

Mr. Terrell is preceded in death by his parents, Kenon Terrell and Jonnie Mae Hood; sisters, Glenda Kay Terrell, and Sharon Gover, and grandchild, Britton Beck Pilgrim.

Mr. Terrell is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Mrs. Lynda Kennedy Terrell of Winder; son, Ricky (Laura) Terrell of Gainesville; daughters, Brittany (Jason) Cash of Winder and Tiffany (Drew) Pilgrim of Statham; sisters, Brenda Sue Alexander of New York and Mary Ann Hatcher of Dothan, Alabama; and six grandchildren, Lillian Taylor Cash, Claxton Troup Pilgrim, Ella Sue Terrell, Lincoln Terrell Cash, Audrey Anna Pilgrim, and JT Terrell.

A Memorial service to honor and celebrate the life of Mr. Terrell will be held at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, October 11, 2020 in the chapel of Smith Funeral Home with Reverend Cheryl Cloar officiating. The family will be receiving friends on Sunday from 2:00 p.m. until the service time at the funeral home.

Smith Funeral Home, Winder, is entrusted with the arrangements.

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Julie Lewis

13 October 2020

Wayne was my next door neighbor for many years. He was always there to help, no matter the circumstances. Maybe the basement flooded, or there was a snake in the hedge, or I needed a motorcycle hauled up from Macon, or my car wouldn't start, etc. He never let me pay him when I asked him to "fix" something or feed my cats (one of which adopted him and Lynda). He reminded me of my Dad, always tinkering with things or working in the yard. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Julie Lewis

mark page

7 October 2020

He will be greatly missed by all his family . May God be with all them during this time . He enjoyed hunting and i remember setting in the woods on a foggy morning in a deer stand . Wish we had many more memories like that . Love him and will miss him .

Vicki Blake

7 October 2020

Wayne...my brother in law....my brother...he is so sadly missed. He was our family, he would do anything in the world for us or anybody that needed help. He always came over to visit almost daily if only for a minuet to say hello to my daddy. He kept my dads grass cut and even climbed on the roof a couple times to fix a leak and never asked for anything in return, just Wayne being Wayne...fly high with the angles brother.

Tyler Bone

6 October 2020

Mr. Wayne and I only met a handful of times, but we always had great conversations. We planned on going fishing together but sadly our schedules never lined up. He was always so kind to me and that’s something I’ll remember even though I only knew him for a short period of time. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family, Rest In Peace Mr. Wayne.

Tyler (Wayne’s neighbor)

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