James Randall Stokes
June 9, 1957 – December 5, 2019
James Randall Stokes, 62, of Macon, Georgia died on Thursday, December 5, 2019 at Pine Pointe Hospice. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 11:00 am at Snow’s Memorial Chapel, 3077 Pio Nono Ave., Macon, GA with Reverend Benjamin Newberry and Mr. Cary Stokes officiating.
He was born and raised in Lizella, Georgia. After graduating from high school, he began working at GEICO. He later was employed at Macon Feed and Seed where he fulfilled his dream of planting and growing many exotic plants and flowers until a debilitating stroke at age 39. Randall loved all animals, flowers, and plants, anything of nature, and the BEACH! (Tybee Island was his favorite).
He is survived by his father, Jimmy (Nina) Stokes of Lizella; mother, Janice Stokes of Macon; sister, Rhonda (Dennis) Alexander of North Carolina; nieces, Maggie Alexander and Rebecca Alexander of North Carolina; step-sisters, Marlys (Danny) Oliver of Alabama and Tami (Mark) Daniels of Bonaire; and many other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, James and Maggie Stokes of Lizella and Murray and Gladys Slocum of Macon; and a dear friend, Barry LeCrone.
The family request donations to be made to Pine Pointe Hospice.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.snowspn.com for the Stokes family.
- He is survived by his father, Jimmy (Nina) Stokes of Lizella; mother, Janice Stokes of Macon; sister, Rhonda (Dennis) Alexander of North Carolina; nieces, Maggie Alexander and Rebecca Alexander of North Carolina; step-sisters, Marlys (Danny) Oliver of Alabama and Tami (Mark) Daniels of Bonaire
- A Celebration of Life Saturday, December 7, 2019
James Randall Stokes
Lucy Gregory Green
December 7, 2019
I met Randall when we moved next door on Greenbriar Rd. One day Randall, Rhonda and my self were watching The Young and The Restless. A couple was coming down a staircase and Randall said, “I love that wallpaper.” Not 2 seconds later the man on tv said, “I hate that wallpaper.” as if he heard Randall. We laughed about that. Randall was a very sweet fellow, I know his family will miss him greatly.
December 6, 2019
Randall was one of my best buds in elementary school. I used to kid him about sitting behind me on purpose so he could copy my paper. Loved his sweet nature. He was always supportive in his quiet way as we grew up together.