Jerry Max Barnes II

March 3, 1970May 13, 2019

Jerry Max Barnes II, age 49, of Mobile, Alabama passed away on Monday May 13, 2019. Jerry was born March 3, 1970.

A memorial gathering for Jerry will be held Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 9:30 am.


21 May

Memorial Gathering

9:30 am


Jerry Max Barnes II

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Bill Roberts

May 20, 2019

Your smile, laugh, humor & friendship will be greatly missed. From the Knights of Ecor Rouge & all the guys on your float - Keep a watch on us from above as we continue on with our endeavors here on Earth. You are and will forever be a great & wonderful friend to us all.

Jeff Dees

May 20, 2019

You will be missed jay. Have a lot of great times hunting and fishing and some crazy times. Truly lost a great friend.

Stephen Nelson

May 17, 2019

The smile. The laugh. The demeanor. These are all the things that I'll always remember about Jerry Max Barnes II. Keep shining down on us all.

Jason Alidor

May 15, 2019

I'll never forget, Jay was the first Person to send me a Congratulatory Text the day my first daughter was born 17 years ago. You will be missed, my friend. Our thoughts and Prayers are with your family.

Jason Alidor

James Lindsay

May 15, 2019

You will always be part of some of my best memories, brother.


Martha Jackson

May 15, 2019

When you answer the phone and a voice says, “I think you are my mother. I had my 23 and me done and I’m a match to your son.” A flood of emotions come...relief, regret, excitement, shame. I told my other children about my unplanned pregnancy as a young woman but not the child who had his 23 and me done. But this started a wonderful, marvelous, miraculous chain of events that reunited me with my birth son, Jay Barnes. It has been a year of sheer pleasure. Jay was such a good man...compassionate, kind, humble, thoughtful and a great cook. I am thankful for your wonderful adoptive parents, thank you for your 2 boys, thank you for sharing your life with me after all these years. My heart is broken that I can’t have you longer, know more, laugh together and eat good food but I’ll see you in heaven. I am so so proud of the man you became. Rest In Peace. Your birth mother