OBITUARY

Bron Rayburn Fair

March 17, 1947June 8, 2019
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Bron Rayburn Fair, 72, of Pensacola, Florida, passed away June 8, 2019.

Bron was born in Columbus, Mississippi in 1947. He was a retired Government auditor and worked for Jackson Hewitt as a tax preparer for 12 years. He was in the Air Force, a Vietnam veteran who received a commendation medal. He also received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

Bron was active trustee at The Living Word Church. He coached his son, Ben Fair, in baseball and participated in grandson, Noah Kalili’s team.

He was preceded by his father and mother, Bartley B. Fair and Gladys Evelyn Koon Fair.

He was survived by his wife Rose Marie Martin Fair, his son, Benjamin Aaron Fair, and his daughter, Bridget Lauree Fair Missaoui, his brothers, Landis Moss Fair, and Hansel Lynn Fair.

He also leaves behind 6 wonderful grandchildren.

Visitation will be Thursday, June 13 from 10-11am at The Living Word Church in Navarre with a service to immediately follow. Burial will take place at Barrancas National Cemetery at 2pm.

Eastern Gate Funeral Home has been entrusted with all arrangements.

  • FAMILY

  • Preceded by,
    Bartley B. Fair - Father
    Gladys Evelyn Koon Fair - Mother

    Survived by,
    Rose Marie Martin Fair - Wife
    Benjamin Aaron Fair - Son
    Bridget Lauree Fair Missaoui - Daughter
    Landis Moss Fair - Brother
    Hansel Lynn Fair - Brother

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, June 13, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, June 13, 2019

Memories

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Leatrice Fair Genaux

June 11, 2019

Rose and family, Lynn and Landis,
We are so sorry to hear that Bron has passed away. You all have been in our thoughts and prayers since we learned of his illness. There are many fond memories of growing up with Bron, Lynn and Hansel. An especially fond memory is of the day Bron and Rose met some of us at the USS Alabama in honor and memory of our father and Brons uncle, Lavern Fair. After the ceremony we shared a meal and memories before going our separate ways. Daddy loved all his nieces and nephews but had a special bond with Bron. The day Bron was born, Daddy gave his blood to save Brons life.
We hope that you all take comfort in the knowledge that Bron is no longer suffering. Rest In Peace dear cousin.

Leatrice Fair Genaux
Edwin Genaux
Jacksonville, Florida

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