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Horace Avery Hayes

February 1, 1930 — February 19, 2024


Mr. Horace A. Hayes, age 94 years old, of Pearson, Ga. passed away Monday, February 19, 2024, at Baptist Village Nursing Home in Waycross, Ga. following an extended illness.  He was born February 1, 1930, in Atkinson County, son of Clarence and Annie Belle Jowers Hayes.  Mr. Hayes made his home here in Pearson, where he, and his wife, took great pride in raising and providing for their family and worked hard to build a life they loved.  He was employed with Fleetwood Mobile Homes and was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Korean Conflict.  Mr. Hayes was of the Baptist Faith and was preceded in death, along with his parents, by his grandson, Jamie Morris, siblings, Marie Bruce, Rufus Hayes, Carroll Hayes, Clarabelle Cribb, Leola Ritch, and Marcus Hayes.  


Survivors Include

Wife:  Mrs. Jane Hayes of Pearson, Ga.


4 Daughters:  Janet Loyd and husband Butch of Gainesville, Ga.

                        Arlene Morris and husband Tom of Pearson, Ga.

                        Penny James of Pearson, Ga.

                        Fonda Hayes Lee of Pearson, Ga.


2 Brothers:  Gerald Hayes and wife Sharon of Pearson, Ga.

                   Dorman Hayes and wife Helen of Eustis, Fl. 


3 Sisters:  Odell Tucker of Alapaha, Ga.

                 Vonell Cooley of St. Cloud, Fl.

                  Maxine Green of Mt. Dora, Fl.


2 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, and several nieces, nephews, and other relatives also survive.


Graveside funeral services for Mr. Hayes were held on Friday, February 23, 2024, at 11:00 A.M. at St. Luke Cemetery in Berrien County with Mr. Gerald Hayes officiating, with military honors rendered by a U.S. Army Contingent out of Ft. Moore.  


Relihan Funeral Home in Pearson, Ga. was in charge of the arrangements.


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