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Jarvis McCullers VIEW PROFILE

  AUGUSTA, Ga.- Jarvis McCullers, 40, of Augusta, Ga., beloved husband of Deborah I. McCullers entered into rest Tuesday, March 2, 2004 at Doctors Hospital. Mr. McCullers was a native of Raleigh, N.C.; but made his home in Augusta for the past five years. He served with honor in the U. S. Marines as a Lance Corporal. He was a dedicated member of Beulah Grove Missionary Baptist Church of which Dr. Sam Davis is pastor. He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Ethel McCullers; three brothers, Oscar Barbour, James MacArthur McCullers, III and Bobby McCullers; sister, Rachel King. Other survivors include two sons, Niles and Brian;daughter, Rena; brother, Lynwood McCullers (Mary), Palatka, Fla.; sister, Evelyn White (Ronald), Tabor, N.C.; three sisters-in-law, Queen Barbour (Oscar), Clayton, N.C., Barbara McCullers (James), Eastman, Ga.; Tina McCullers (Bobby), Brooklyn, N.Y.; three aunts, three uncles and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended f amily and friends. Funeral services will be held Monday, March 8, 2004 at 2 p.m. from Beulah Grove Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Sam Davis officiating. Interment will be in Walker Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Jamal McCullers, Rasheen McCullers, Warren Butler, Vatention King, Darrell Blockers, Marc Coy. Friends may call at the residence or the funeral home. The Historic Dent's Undertaking Establishment serving the CSRA since the 1800's. Sign the guestbook at
Published in The Augusta Chronicle on 3/5/2004.

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09/18/10 06:17 PM #1    

James Robenolt

 I remember Jarvis from JROTC.  I'll miss seeing his smiling face.  Rest in peace Jarvis.

10/16/10 10:34 AM #2    

Kim McCall (Whitley)

Jarvis always had a big smile on his face...I loved him!

01/10/11 10:05 PM #3    

Carol Conyers (Broadnax)

Jarvis will always be in my thoughts.  We talked about joining the military so many times and we talked about life in general.  We were in ROTC together and he did have a beautiful smile. I joined the army and he joined, I think the Marines.  When I came home we took in a movie and talked about high school and our friends. He always had good advice to give and he was a great listener.

 I had no idea that he had passed until last year and that hurt.  He was a good friend and I wished I had stayed in touch with him.  Life can indeed be short, but thank God for good memories.

Love, Carol

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