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Hamby, Sr., Verlin

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Verlin Hamby Sr. of Woodstock, GA and born in Rome, GA, died August 20, 2020. He is survived by his daughter Bethel Tibbedeaux (Scott), 5 sons, Verlin Jr. (Janie), Andrew, Phillip, Joseph (Judy), and Thomas (Janice), and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. Joseph and Judy cared for him in his last years. He loved peppermints, having a working watch, gardening, the outdoors, and calling Judy, Joseph, and Thomas nearly every day. His favorite times were going on vacation to state and national parks. His best friend was Tom Fromme who faithfully wrote to Verlin every week; he loved receiving those letters. Tom and Verlin's friendship was beautiful spanning the years since grade school. He was very proud of being the father of 6 sons and 1 daughter, telling everyone about them when he met them. He retired from the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority where he worked as a mechanic. He loved cars and being a mechanic; when riding in the car, we discussed every car and truck on the road in detail. He was preceded in death by his parents, Vernon and Tressie, wife, Lorraine Hamby and son, Samuel R. Hamby. He was a lifelong practicing Jehovah Witness. Please leave a caring word for the family at www.GeorgiaFuneralCare.com

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