Terry Batchelor Sr  June 25 2019

Terry Batchelor Sr June 25 2019

June 25 2019
Mr. Terrill “Terry” Wyatt Batchelor, Age 76, passed away, June 25, 2019. Funeral services wil be private. Mr. Batchelor was born in Forsyth and grew up in Macon. Terry was the son of the late Troy Lee Batchelor and the late Ruby Lelia Cooper Batchelor. He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister Karen Nelson. He was a former property appraiser with Baldwin County and in 2011 he moved to lake Sinclair. Terry was talented in woodworking, stained glass, and automotive restoration. He enjoyed working with people in all phases of life Terry loved life, bluegrass festivals, family and RV-ing. He is survived by his wife Fannie Merritt Batchelor, son Terrill Wyatt Batchelor, Jr., stepdaughter Wanda Scott, stepson Wade Scott, brothers Troy Batchelor and Mike Batchelor.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Terry Batchelor Sr June 25 2019.

Williams Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Eatonton, state: Georgia

death notice Terry Batchelor Sr June 25 2019

obituary notice Terry Batchelor Sr June 25 2019

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  1. Terry, I’ve watched out for this for so long, having lost touch after my flight over from Waco. Bob had really wanted to see you before he “died.” I suppose life & death gets in the way of our desires. Since we were ever so “close” as uncle & 1st niece, I can look in the mirror & have a daily reminder of your presence in my life. I didn’t know how I to feel about your death when I became aware of it. Now I’m finally sure & dying 5d past my 63rd will make it easy for me to “remember” the date.
    I will always remember my early teens @ Lake Sinclair while home from boarding school: beer, camping, sunning, skiing, fishing, & Shakey’s Pizza on the way home with more beer & singing old songs to their player piano or the night you were shot & came to my house. We laughed for hours that you, a grown man, were afraid to call Papa, or the time I came from TX to see Sherlock & go to 6 Flags w/Tate. (Oh…so many more memories).
    Say hello to your sister, my wonderful Bud, & my sweet Papa. We always said I’d live to be 100, so I guess I’ll see y’all in 35 yrs or so.

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