OBITUARY

William "Bill" Kincade, Jr.

October 21, 1928January 4, 2019
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Mr. William “Bill” Kincade, Jr., age 90 of Locust Grove, Georgia passed away January 4, 2019. He was born in Surgoinsville, TN to the late Dovie Wininger Gibbons. Bill faithfully served his country in the United States Navy. For 54 years, he was owner of Crossroads Barber and Beauty Styles and often cut hair for children at Scottish Rite Hospital. He received his Fifty Year Apron from the Latham Masonic Lodge #12 in Austell and was also a Shriner. He attended the Locust Grove United Methodist Church and enjoyed deer hunting, gardening, fishing, socializing with his friends where he was known to be very hospitable. Bill was a very giving person and often would give away the vegetables from his half acre garden. He was preceded in death by two brothers in law, Troy Reedy and Bill Moffitt. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Mary Kincade; daughter, Anita Kincade (Chip) Brown of Summerville; step-sons, Tim (Charlene) Vaughn of McDonough and Mike (John Barham) Vaughn of Phoenix, AZ; grandchildren, Justin Marchan, Christina (Corley) Bryant of Lady Lake, FL, Erica Marchan of Dallas and Taylor Vaughn of Atlanta; great grandchildren, Maxwell Marchan and Roman Bryant; sisters, Bertie Moffitt of Kingsport, TN and Helen Reedy of Buford; nephew, Mike Reedy of Lawrenceville. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, January 8, 2019 – 1:00 PM in the Haisten Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow at Locust Grove Cemetery. Friends may visit the family Tuesday from 11:00 AM until the hour of service.

  • FAMILY

  • Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Mary Kincade; daughter, Anita Kincade (Chip) Brown of Summerville; step-sons, Tim (Charlene) Vaughn of McDonough and Mike (John Barham) Vaughn of Phoenix, AZ; grandchildren, Justin Marchan, Christina (Corley) Bryant of Lady Lake, FL, Erica Marchan of Dallas and Taylor Vaughn of Atlanta; great grandchildren, Maxwell Marchan and Roman Bryant; sisters, Bertie Moffitt of Kingsport, TN and Helen Reedy of Buford; nephew, Mike Reedy of Lawrenceville.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jerry Harper
  • James McClellan
  • Taylor Vaughn
  • Justin Marchan
  • Donald Austin
  • Larry Austin

Services

  • Visitation - Haisten Funeral Home Tuesday, January 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service - Haisten Funeral Home Chapel Tuesday, January 8, 2019
  • Committal - Locust Grove Cemetery Tuesday, January 8, 2019
REMEMBERING

William "Bill" Kincade, Jr.

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Robert Hearn

January 12, 2019

Bill & Mary lived across the street from me in L.G. Every thought that comes to mind about them involved kindness & goodness . Bill will be missed , God bless you Mary . Both of you will forever be on my good list !! S.R.

DEBBIE SMITH MORRIS

January 8, 2019

I LIVED NEXT DOOR TO BILL AND MARY WHEN I WAS GROWING UP ON GARRETT DRIVE
THEY WERE TWO SPECIAL PEOPLE TO MY PARENTS. AFTER A DIVORCE I MOVED IN WITH
MY PARENTS AGAIN MY CHILDREN ADORED BILL AND MARY, BILL GAVE THEM THERE HAIR
CUTS. I SAW BILL OBIT TODAY AND WANTED TO CRY I THINK OF THEM OFTEN . MARY IM SO
SORRY FOR YOUR LOST. HE WAS ONE OF A KIND.


DEBBIE SMITH MORRIS

Kay Alley

January 8, 2019

Bill, what a great friend to my father. I am so blessed to be a part of the friendship this family had with my father Ralph. Bill will be missed by many I know. I am happy knowing Bill and my father will meet again. I am unable to attend the service but know you and your family are in my heart with many thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
God Bless
Love Kay Alley

Pamela Strother Kimrey

January 7, 2019

Mr. Bill Kincade.... I have know this man my entire life. He was a dear family friend. I carry such fond, cherished memories of him and Ms. Mary. I do believe they are God parents to one of my siblings. It saddens me to think the last time I saw him would have been my father's funeral. May he rest in peace and my thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Cindi Greer

January 6, 2019

I worked for Bill for 4 years, then worked with him under new management for several more. Bill had a good heart a great business man. Sure missed him when he retired. It was an honor to know him and call him friend. My prayers for his sweet wife and family. The bell rings...he has his wings.

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