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Striffler-Hamby Mortuary - Columbus

4071 Macon Road, Columbus, GA

OBITUARY

Jimmie Ray Faulkner Jr.

March 21, 1962August 12, 2019

Jimmie Ray Faulkner, Jr., age 57, resident of Columbus, passed away on Monday, August 12, 2019 at Orchard View Nursing Facility. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Mr. Faulkner, son of Barbara Carolyn Davis Faulkner and the late Jimmie Ray Faulkner, was born march 21, 1962 in Evreux, France. He was the owner and operator of CBF Trucking where he drove trucks for many years. Mr. Faulkner enjoyed riding his Harley and playing golf. He loved his family, had a great sense of humor, and was remembered as "the life of the party." Mr. Faulkner is survived by one daughter, Chelsey Faulkner Carroll and her husband Larry of Columbus; one son, Brett C. Faulkner of Columbus; his mother, Barbara Carolyn Faulkner of Columbus; two sisters, Debbie Standridge of Columbus and Pam Faulkner Stokes and her husband David of Columbus; niece, Nicole Hunt and her husband Ben; nephew, David Stokes, Jr. and his wife Nicole; longtime friend, Andrea Mixon; many other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions be made to Columbus Hospice at www.columbushospice.com.

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Adam Dryman

August 20, 2019

You were my father's best friend for countless years. I had the privilege to really get to know you when we started working together. Man, you have been a major influence in my life and have gotten me through some of my darkest times by just being there and lending an ear and your unique wisdom. I appreciate everything you've done for me and my prayers go out to your other loved ones who have suffered through your absence. You will always be missed ...

Anne Vogt

August 17, 2019

My neighbor, my friend Jimmie Ray. From the time the awesome Faulkners moved in across the street around 1978 me and Jimmie were friends. Jimmie was so much fun, we laughed alot. We hung out on our street corner at night with his cousin Jim Barefield being kids, rode everywhere in his silver camaro, but our best times were at Flat Rock. We talked about those times on his porch not so long ago. Im thankful for the memories of a lifetime.

Jared and Jacki George

August 17, 2019

We surely will miss your smile and laughter! A great friend and our life of the party. Until we sing and dance again! We love you Jimmie!❤❤

Joni Jones

August 17, 2019

Jimmie....I will miss hearing your laugh at the crazy things I would joke about!! The times we all were together with Andrea watching the GA Bulldawgs, eating at the VFW or just chatting on the phone. Just glad your out of pain and now above looking down over all of us! Please let us know when your your around in whatever “Angel” form you visit...beautiful bird, butterfly or dragonfly is what I think you will be! Just come around your loved ones often they miss you!! We will think of you when we see those things flying around us!❤️🙏🏻

Lisa Burt

August 15, 2019

My best memories are of all of us hanging out at aunt carols pool and you always made everyone laugh and I always looked up to you as my big cousin! I love you
Lisa

Jenny Parrish

August 14, 2019

"Love the hell out of you", Jimmie! I will miss our front porch sessions, the wit, sarcasm, humor, and especially the opportunity to make more awesome memories. Get heaven ready for "the crayons" and we'll see you again one day, my friend. ❤️🖤

Leslie Daltin

August 14, 2019

One if the best men I knew..he was a great and dear friend..gonna miss our porch sections.. love you man...what I always told him😢♥️

Jamal Parham

August 14, 2019

I'm sorry to hear about your loss. While words fail to capture the pain of losing a loved one, we look forward to the time when words will fail to capture the joy of having God return your dear one to you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY