OBITUARY

Jimmy C. England

January 31, 1938April 12, 2019
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Jimmy C. England, age 81, of Rockvale, Tennessee, passed away on the morning of Friday, April 12, 2019 at home with his family by his side. He was born in Goodlettsville, Tennessee to the late Jolly and Velie Reeves England. Mr. England is survived by his wife of 27 years, Joyce Dailey England; sons, Eddie England (Gail) and Jerry England (Kim); daughters, Pam Goslee (Ron) and Martha Hathorn (Keith); step children, Donna Jean Sandidge (Henry), William Howard Mastin and Kristi Elder; grandchildren, James Richard England (Leslie), Deidra Evans, Jessica Hastings (Tim), Jeremy England (Brittany), Ashley England and Eric England; step grandchildren, Justin McCormick, Gregory W. Sandidge (Rachel), Jeana C. Lattus (Adrian), Quentin A. Piland (Emily) and Hailee B. Piland, Amy Beth Ghee and Amanda Arnold; several great grandchildren. Preceded in death by siblings, Paul England, Charles England, Buford England, J.R. England, Marie Clark, Ruby Timmons and Mary Waldron. Also step daughter Barbara Jo Piland. Join us in the celebration of Mr. England’s life. Services will be at Twelve O’clock noon on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at Triune Baptist Church with Rev. Reed Buntin officiating. Visitation will be held on Tuesday morning at Triune Baptist Church from Eleven O’clock until the service begins at Twelve. Mr. England was a veteran of the US Air Force. He was a long distance truck driver for Roadway for nearly 30 years. He was a dedicated member of Triune Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon. He loved spending time with his family, laughing, making jokes, and singing along to all country music. In his downtime, he enjoyed riding his tractor, watching sports and fishing the area lakes.

Services

  • Gathering of family and friends Tuesday, April 16, 2019
  • Service to Celebrate Tuesday, April 16, 2019
REMEMBERING

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Eric England

April 16, 2019

Margaret Lowder

April 16, 2019

Have only known you a short time,Your smile was contagious,your spirit was sweet.You loved your family.I have been truly blessed by meeting you and Joyce. R.I.P. Till we meet again on the other side.
Love Marge

Patricia Matheny

April 16, 2019

I was blessed at being in same Sunday School Class with Jimmy 💙. I have only known him a short time but found him to be a very sweet man with the sweetest smile! He will be missed by many! Till we meet again Mr. Jimmy!

Deidra England

April 15, 2019

Grandpa Jimmy,
You were always the sweetest man I ever had in my life and You will forever bring a smile to my face.

Miriam Parsley

April 14, 2019

Jim and Joyce were friends of my parents. They both quickly became part of our family. Jim and Joyce took Larry and I out on the lake in their new boat. We had a great time. Such kind and giving people. Jim will be missed by everyone who knew and loved him. I know he is rejoicing with my parents at the feet of Jesus. Till we meet again!! Love to you Joyce and your family!!

Maryjane LaGro

April 14, 2019

The one thing I will always remember about Mr. Jimmy was his kind smile. His eyes would light up as well when I greeted him which showed his genuine and kind nature. I will miss seeing him sitting up in front of me during church, but I know exactly where he is and that place is far better than anything here. Now we have sweet Joyce to make us laugh and be a witness for strength. See you soon Jimmy!

Becky Todd

April 14, 2019

I was always looking forward to seeing Jimmy on Sunday morning. I thought of him as my “boyfriend “. I would always put my mint wrapper in his lapel. We would kid with each other and would always hug and give a kiss on the cheek. I loved Jimmy very much and I love Mrs. Joyce.
Until I see you again..... remember to keep your eyes open, wait for all of us when we get there and know I loved ya

Margaret Anderson

April 13, 2019

My heart is broken right now, you were my last uncle from my dad's side and since he has been gone for the last 19 years I still had you to share my memories with. I know how much you loved and miss my dad. I am so sorry that these last months have been so bad for you and you have had to suffer. As I told you the other week I wish there had been something I could have done to make your last days better and that time could have been happy and not so much suffering. I love you.

Debbie Emamalie

April 13, 2019

My dear "Chicken-Fish"...I will always remember the day I dubbed you with that name. You have been so special. Always kind, sweet and a big smile that would light up a room. You and Joyce have always been wonderful to me. I will check on her and help look out for her, as she is a very special lady and friend. Just want to tell you once more that I Love You.

Joyce England

April 13, 2019

You are my constant companion & my eternal angel . I love you always

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Biography

Jimmy C. England, age 81, of Rockvale, Tennessee, passed away on the morning of Friday, April 12, 2019 at home with his family by his side.
He was born in Goodlettsville, Tennessee to the late Jolly and Velie Reeves England.
Mr. England is survived by his wife of 27 years, Joyce Dailey England; sons, Eddie England (Gail) and Jerry England (Kim); daughters, Pam Goslee (Ron) and Martha Hathorn (Keith); step children, Donna Jean Sandidge (Henry), William Howard Mastin and Kristi Elder; grandchildren, James Richard England (Leslie), Deidra Evans, Jessica Hastings (Tim), Jeremy England (Brittany), Ashley England and Eric England; step grandchildren, Justin McCormick, Gregory W. Sandidge (Rachel), Jeana C. Lattus (Adrian), Quentin A. Piland (Emily) and Hailee B. Piland, Amy Beth Ghee and Amanda Arnold; several great grandchildren.
Preceded in death by siblings, Paul England, Charles England, Buford England, J.R. England, Marie Clark, Ruby Timmons and Mary Waldron. Also step daughter Barbara Jo Piland.
Join us in the celebration of Mr. England’s life. Services will be at Twelve O’clock noon on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at Triune Baptist Church with Rev. Reed Buntin officiating. Visitation will be held on Tuesday morning at Triune Baptist Church from Eleven O’clock until the service begins at Twelve.
Mr. England was a veteran of the US Air Force. He was a long distance truck driver for Roadway for nearly 30 years. He was a dedicated member of Triune Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon. He loved spending time with his family, laughing, making jokes, and singing along to all country music. In his downtime, he enjoyed riding his tractor, watching sports and fishing the area lakes.