OBITUARY

Farris Jeffrey "Jeff" Bedsole

February 22, 1952July 10, 2019

Farris Jeffrey "Jeff" Bedsole, age 67, resident of Columbus, passed away on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Piedmont Midtown Columbus Regional. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019 from 10 a.m. till 12 noon in the Wildwood Room of Striffler-Hamby, Columbus. Jeff, son of the late Leo Bedsole and Maudye Faye Farris Bedsole, was born February 22, 1952 in Columbus. After graduating from Hallie Turner he served his country honorably in the U.S. Air Force. After leaving the military, he began a career in construction and later became the Superintendent of Baily Harris Construction. He loved his job and spent numerous hours on the job locally and on the road. Jeff was an AVID Georgia football fan, loving his Bulldogs! He was noted as a man who loved to grill, referred to by many as the "Master Griller." Jeff also loved to hunt, loved to tan, and was sometimes called "The Tan Man." His greatest love was being a father to his daughter. A man who was simple, yet complicated - appreciating life even more as time went on. Besides his parents, Jeff was preceded in death by a sister, Leya Jane Bedsole. He is survived by his daughter, Jennifer Bedsole Davis and her husband Darby of Columbus; son, Walker Bedsole of Atlanta, Georgia; sister, Julie Bedsole Westmoreland and her husband Steve of Phenix City, Alabama; brother, John Thomas Bedsole and his wife Cindy of Alpharetta, Georgia; two grandsons, Austin Davis and Daniel Bedsole; numerous nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends.

Services

20 July

Celebration of Life

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Striffler-Hamby

Wildwood Room


Columbus, Georgia

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Jerry Clark

July 16, 2019

Though I will be out of town on sat. 20th, my thoughts will be with jeff’s Loved ones. Most especially, jeff’s Grandson Daniel. Having known Jeff for maybe 35 yrs., it did my heart good to see, in his later years , the unconditional love he shared with Daniel. Jeff and I are the same age, and had much in common, not the least of which was our shared memories of a youth spent, in part, in south Alabama. Jeff was my friend and I will miss him, he did me the special honor of sharing his thoughts and feelings, over a long arc of time. My love goes out to Daniel and Jennifer, and their colorful, always interesting dad and grandad. Rest In Peace, old friend-and god speed to you.