OBITUARY

James L Mallicoat

July 10, 1951November 19, 2018

Jimmy Mallicoat, 67, passed away peacefully at his home on November 19, 2018. Jimmy was a resident of Jacksonville his entire life and was well loved and respected in the community. Jimmy loved his family and always sought to help others. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Sandy Mallicoat; son, Justin Mallicoat and fiancé, Taylor Eve Green; daughter, Keri Mallicoat and her fiancé, Connor Read; and a brother, Don Mallicoat and his wife Kim. He is also survived by a nephew, Bob Mallicoat and his family; three nieces: Kim Mallicoat Davis and her family, Kristen Childress and her family, and Stephanie Housch. Mr. Mallicoat is survived by an aunt and uncle Sue and Ronnie Bryan and numerous cousins and beloved friends. Jimmy is preceded in death by his parents James M. and Rilla Frances Striplin Mallicoat. Per his request, there will be no visitation or service for Mr. Mallicoat. Jimmy will be remembered for his compassionate and loving heart, his joyful spirit and his generosity in helping others. In his memory, his family encourages all to pay it forward to someone in need of a helping hand.

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David Snow

November 22, 2018

Sandy,
Our hearts go out to you in Jimmy's passing. He was a great, gentle man and may God offer you and your family peace from within. ~ David & Avis Snow

Pattie FUESTER

November 21, 2018

I always loved Jimmy's smile every time I saw him. Sometimes in a car to pick up one of his children from school. I'm glad I had the chance to share a smile and a laugh with him prior to his passing. God bless all the family with peace and comfort this Thanksgiving and Christmas without a favorite member to be there. I'm so glad I got to know him and children from my sub days. God has another Angel in Heaven looking down on all who knew Jimmy.

Kenneith Calvert

November 20, 2018

Jimmy was a thoughtful person. He was ringing the doorbell with food in hand when someone was sick or when a family lost a loved one. Jimmy was a good listener as demonstrated when his clients needed a caring ear. Jimmy was a loving husband and father.

Joyce Cobb Helms

November 20, 2018

Our parents were friends for years in the congregation of JFUMC. Love, love...

Mary Luallen

November 20, 2018

Jimmy was a sweet strong man. He fought a hard fight. So sorry for your loss. I remember how much carol smith loved him and that he was the one who while doing her hair realized that she was ill and should see a doctor. Her first doctors visit for her cancer was because of jimmy. God bless you all.

Sandra Lively Sams

November 19, 2018

My prayers are with you all. I went to school with Jimmy and back then he was a sweet and very special person..God has him now may he r.i.p

BobDoris Hoover

November 19, 2018

Sandy, I know that Jimmy was a very special & caring man, and I wish that Bob and I had been able to know him better. My heart goes out to you and your family, and I pray that wonderful memories of Joyful times together will give comfort to all of you. Much love to you and God bless! Doris Hoover

FROM THE FAMILY