Eric Hester Ainsworth

October 6, 1978April 20, 2018

Eric Hester Ainsworth Age 39, born October 6, 1978 went home to be with the Lord on April 20, 2018. Eric was preceded in death by his beautiful wife Renee on April 23, 2011. Leaving to cherish their memory is their daughter Ginger and her son Kayden (Eric’s little buddy) and their daughter Shelby. Eric is also survived by his parents Billy and Margie Ainsworth, brothers Billy Jr. and Justin. A sister Amanda Mitchell, her children Aubrey and Preston Mitchell. Also preceding Eric was his brother Matthew. Eric was from Greenville, Alabama where he met his best friend Todd Hackleman. Eric graduated from Greenville High School in 1997. Eric received his Pharmacy technician certification from Locklin Tech in Pace, Florida. Eric had worked with Barnes Heating & Air in Pensacola. Upon moving to Florida Eric met and married Renee Holland. They soon began attending Windy Hill Baptist Church where they both made a profession of faith. They both loved animals and named all their pets after Alabama Football. Eric enjoyed WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and his favorite Nascar is #88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. However, Eric’s love is Alabama Football. During football season Eric’s car would be fashioned with crimson flags, and the conversation around the coffee pot on Sunday mornings at Windy Hill was a re-cap play, by play of the game. Eric often had to console the Pastor (LSU fan). At Windy Hill on Wednesday nights you could find Eric with his Back-Pew Buddies Alvin and Johnny. “What happened yesterday is History. What happens tomorrow is a mystery. What we do today can make a difference! Nick Saban The Bible says in - JOSHUA 1:9 - BE STRONG, BE BRAVE, BE FEARLESS, YOU ARE NEVER ALONE. MATTHEW 28:20 - I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS. Eric would want you to know – JOHN 14:6 JESUS CHRIST OUR LORD THE SAVIOR TELLS US – I AM THE WAY, THE TRUTH, AND THE LIFE, NO ONE COMES UNTO THE FATHER BUT BY ME. May God Bless You “ Roll Tide”

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