He was a good friend to my dad in the last years of his life. He did many things for dad that I wasn't able to do.
JJ WAS A WONDERFUL MAN THAT LOVED HIS FAMILY TIGERS. HE WILL BE MISSED.
May peace be with the Bey family.
The ladies of the Rosary Altar Society of St. Mary's Parish send our deepest sympathy to all of J.J. relatives and friends.
"I am going to prepare a place for you....so that
where I am you may also be."
JJ was a dedicated Tiger fan! He thrived on the success of VHS athletics. He would often sit behind the bench during our basketball games and I always knew I could count on him to look at me with a smile and a quick "Come on girls, here we go!". His support throughout the seasons will always be remembered. He was such a loving and caring individual. My thoughts and prayers are with JJ's family.
JJ is classmate and a good friend! He is a gentle person who has great capacity for his friends and the community. I remember him as President of Class of 1954 Versailles HS. I will miss him and will remember all the good times at VHS. I will think of him often!
JJ is a classmate and great friend. He is a gentle person who has a great capacity for giving to the community. I will remember him as class President Versailles HS class of 54' and working on class reunions. He loved the Versailles Tigers. I will miss him and think of him often.
I first met JJ when he worked at Service Beauty. He always remembered my name when I stopped by. Later our paths crossed laer at Brethren Retirement where he faithfully visited his Mother and took care of her. He was a very thoughtful man. My sympathy to his family. Janet Ashworth (Greenville)
“J J” Bey. . .a gentleman, and a gentle man. “J J” loved his Tigers. RIP my friend.
We loved our time with J.J.! He SO enjoyed all Tigerball! We traveled with him to girl's basketball tournaments and his excitement was contagious. What a great guy, he will be missed and remembered fondly.
JJ's mom and dad lived right behind my parents. He visited often and made sure they had want they needed. He took good care of Ruthie whn his dad died. I visited JJ and Ruth in their. Greenville home. He was a great housekeeper and took great care of his Mom and their home. He will be missed. Our sympathy to the family. The Waymires.
JJ always sought us out after church for a little chat, usually about sports. He would call us on our birthdays and our anniversary, especially if we had won the pizza on the Birthday Club. He was a very nice man, and we are going to miss him.
What a GREAT man and a BIG Versailles Tigers Fan........He will be Missed!!!!!
JJ was the no. 1 Versailles Tiger fan who did not live in Versailles.
We will fondly remember JJ! He loved following our kids in athletics! He was a true Versailles Tiger! Not only did he love following sports, he made time for others.....a true role model for all of us! His unconditional/unselfish love he showed by taking care of others was truly admirable! Our sympathy goes out to his family! You are truly blessed to have had a father like JJ!
Our family will remember JJ fondly! He was a kind man! He loved and cared for his mother like no other! He was completely unselfish! A good role model on how to treat others! He loved watching our kids play all sports but got especially charged up about watching basketball. He was genuine and really cared! Our sympathy goes out to his family!
J.J. was a special person. I fondly remember him for the loving care he gave his mother and for the "cheerleader" he was for the Versailles girl's sport teams. He cheered the girls on at the games and in life. Always enjoyed my encounters/chats with him. Sympathy to JJ's family.