OBITUARY

Jimmie Nolan Willard

October 12, 1946December 4, 2018

Mr. Jimmie (Jimmy) Nolan Willard, age 72, of Winder, passed away on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 in his home.

Mr. Willard is a native of Winder, Georgia. He is the son of the late Nolan Willard and Lucille House Willard. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his wife, Patricia Brown Willard; daughter, Laurie Beth Ash; and sister, Nancy Boldin.

Mr. Willard served the United States faithfully in the Air Force and the Air National Guard. He retired from the Gwinnett County School System as a carpenter.

Mr. Willard is survived by his sons, John (Cindy) Ash, Adam (Neysa) Boldin, and Justin (Toni) Boldin; brother, Roger Willard; and his niece, Jennifer Stancil.

The memorial service to honor the life of Mr. Willard will be held on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at Sharon Baptist Church, 1059 Dee Kennedy Rd, Auburn, GA 30011, with Rev. Le Gibson officiating.

In Lieu of flowers Jimmy requested that donations be made to the children’s ministry at Sharon Baptist Church.

Smith Funeral Home, Winder, is entrusted with the arrangements.

Services

15 December

Memorial Service

2:00 pm

Sharon Baptist Church

1059 Dee Kennedy Rd.
Auburn , GA 30011

REMEMBERING

Jimmie Nolan Willard

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Adam Boldin

December 8, 2018

Jimmy, I will miss your guidance, your love and patience. You embodied Christ’s love for everyone who was lucky enough to cross your path. I owe everything good I am or will become to you. Your live was a testament to the riches we will find in our lives when we count our blessings moreover our worldly possessions. You showed me how to love and in your final weeks you taught me the greatest gift of all and that was how to be second. I love you and always will, for all you did for me, for your family I can never repay. May the God we believe in have prepared a place for you to finally rest from your years of service.

BRENDA WILLIAMS

December 6, 2018

HAD A LOT OF MEMORIES OF OUR EARLY YEARS. WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIS SWEET WAYS, JUST LIKE HIS PARENTS. HAPPY TO BE A PART OF HIS FAMILY.

FROM THE FAMILY