Jacob Lee Berryhill

2 janvier 19879 octobre 2020

January 2, 1987 – October 9, 2020

Jacob Lee “Jake” Berryhill passed away unexpectedly at his home in Brookhaven, Georgia on Friday, the 9th of October, 2020.

His parents Jim and Elise Berryhill and sister Jennifer Berryhill Goebel welcomed Jake into their lives on January 2, 1987 in Atlanta, Georgia. Jake graduated from The Wesleyan School in Atlanta and attended Auburn University. Ever the sports fan, Jake played baseball and basketball in his youth, captained the Wesleyan Cross Country team for two years and always cheered the Auburn Tigers and Florida Gators.

Jake came to faith in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age. Jake endured difficulties in life, he fought back from scoliosis surgery as a teen and later from a car accident that required months of rehabilitation. Through hard work and gritty determination, Jake was able to enjoy demanding athletic hobbies and became an excellent marksman and golfer.

In 2011, Jake helped is father found DecisionLink Corporation and became an integral part of the business. He was the company’s first “Million Dollar Salesman”. His co-workers admired his drive, engaging manner, and attention to the needs of his clients and colleagues.

Jake’s family and friends remember his kindness, generous nature, sense of humor, and warm smile. He formed deep relationships throughout his life and stood up with several friends as their groomsman. Jake cherished the close relationship his family shared with each other and prized his role as “Uncle CaCa”.

Jake is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Louise and James Berryhill, Sr. of Tampa, Florida.

Jake is survived by his parents Elise and Jim Berryhill of Brookhaven, Georgia; maternal grandparents Ann and Al Stringfellow of Tampa, Florida; sister and brother-in-law, Jenni and Paul Goebel, and nieces Ann Elise, Margaret, and Georgia Goebel of Dallas, Texas.

A socially responsible service for family and close friends will be held at 3 o’clock on Saturday, October 17, 2020 at Trinity Anglican Church, 2260 Defoor Hills Road, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30318. The service will be live-streamed at https://value.decisionlink.com/Jake-Berryhill-Memorial. Following the service at 4:00pm, the public is invited to visit with the Berryhill family at Trinity Anglican Church’s “Backyard,” located directly behind Trinity Anglican Church. We ask all guests to wear masks and observe social distancing while attending the service and time of visiting.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made In Memory of Jake Berryhill to:

Desire Street Ministries, www.desirestreet.org


Good Samaritan Health Center, https://goodsamatlanta.org

An In Memoriam page has been created in celebration of Jake’s accomplishments at DecisionLink. For more details, please visit, https://value.decisionlink.com/Jake.

So we do not lose heart. Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day. For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal.

2 Corinthians 4:16-18

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Sheila Beres

18 octobre , 2020

Jim & Elise....
Mom & I are so sorry to hear about Jake. You are in our heart & prayers.
Many memories of us all Jim, Doug, Brenda who let me know & Jeff from our parents visiting routinely & the youth group in church. Elise, your brother Wally, his wife Linda knew you from living near my best friend Sherry Leffler-Clites & you two working at County Seat at University Mall.
What a precious & wonderful testimony for your son.
From knowing you both, know your children & family love the Lord. Please know we're all praying for you. Love in Christ..
Sheila Beres
Bettye Beres

Missy Hamlin

18 octobre , 2020

To the Berryhills...
My condolences to each of you on Jake’s passing. I remember seeing him on the Wesleyan campus-always so polite and smiling. My prayers are with you.
Missy Hamlin

Gabe Vidal

16 octobre , 2020

I've known Jake as a colleague and a friend for over 5 years. His passing at such an early and promising stage in life has shaken me to my core. I will miss him greatly.

I will never forget his ability to be great at anything he wanted and how his positive energy was felt immediately by anyone who met him.

I send my deepest and most heartfelt condolences to his dad Jim and Jake's entire family.

Roz Watson

16 octobre , 2020

My heartfelt condolences to Jake's family, friends and colleagues. He was an absolute pleasure to work with as one of his customers. He added a personal touch whenever we talked business--making my experience with DecisionLink such a pleasure. He will be missed. Sincerely, Roz

Randy Carroll

16 octobre , 2020

We knew and loved Jake. Every summer he joined our family for our summer vacation. He was always polite , respectful and was full of energy. He was the type person you would simply say "he is one of the good ones" Leaving us way too soon we want him to know we love you Jake!

Robert Caravella

15 octobre , 2020

While I’ve only known Jake in a work capacity for the past seven years. I couldn’t help but be impressed by his hard work ethic, his devotion to his family and friends, and dedication to the DecisionLink business.
We pray that Jim and Elise find strength in the memory that they raised such a dedicated, hard-working young man. He will most certainly be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing and working with him.
With deepest sympathy, Bob and Mary Caravella

Jeff Cohen

15 octobre , 2020

I am remembering a wonderful young man I had the pleasure to meet at DecisionLink. I've was fortunate to work with him and see him grow and contribute to the success of the company and clients.
I wish the Berryhill and DecisionLink family my heartfelt condolences and may Jake Rest In Peace.