George Jr. "Jack" Stafford
- March 18, 2012
- Lenox, Tennessee
of George's Passing
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My condolences to Mr. Jack's family at this difficult time. I am sure Mr. Jack is happy to see Ms. Betty again. I send heartfelt love and sympathy for his family.
Posted by: Robbye - Springfield, OR - family friend Mar 27, 2012
So sorry for your loss. May our Father give you comfort and peace as only He can. In our Prayers.
Posted by: Michael & Bess Robbins - Halls, TN - Friend Mar 23, 2012
We are so sorry to hear about Uncle Jack..please give all the family our condolences...God Bless you
Posted by: Roland and Donna Sutton - Union City, TN - nephew Mar 21, 2012
My prayers are with all the Stafford family. I have many good memories from my childhood in Lenox. Whenever daddy wanted fish for Saturday he would always tell Jack and he would make sure he brought it home for daddy and daddy always said Jack always had the best fish around. He was a good man. May God watch over his family during this time.
Posted by: Lynda (Barron) Pope - Lenox friend Mar 21, 2012
Bro. Jack was a very sweet man that had a big heart! He will truly be missed!!! One thing I remember him sayin was that he was ready to go home that he was just waiting on his ride...And his ride came and he's home with the Lord now!!! I love the Stafford Family and praying for them:)
Posted by: Kasey - Humboldt, TN - friend from church Mar 21, 2012
To the greatest man of God I will probably ever know..your my Papaw and I will always miss you...u couldnt have been a better one..I love you papaw..say hi to my mamaw and daddy.
Posted by: boomer - dyersburg, TN - granddaughter Mar 20, 2012
You were the greatest papaw anyone could ever have. I love you and will miss you so much.
Posted by: Kelly - Dyersburg, TN - Grandchild Mar 20, 2012
I will always remember him sitting on the front seat during church... Now all of heaven is his front row seat to the throne...Rest in peace...
A rose once grew where all could see,
sheltered beside a garden wall,
And as the days passed swiftly by,
it spread its branches, straight and tall...
One day, a beam of light shone through
a crevice that had opened wide
The rose bent gently toward its warmth
then passed beyond to the other side
Posted by: The Church Of Jesus Christ - union city, TN - friends Mar 19, 2012
Always working on the fishing nets,always would stop to socialize with my kids,a kind man,will be greatly missed!
Posted by: William Kobilka - neighbor Mar 19, 2012