Gross L. Jim Still

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Gross L. "Jim" Still
WAGENER, SC - Mr. Gross Lee "Jim" Still, 81, entered into rest Saturday, November 8, 2014.
Mr. Jim was born in Barnwell County, son of the late Elizabeth Lizzie Dickes Still and James Bunyan Still, Sr.
He was also preceded in death by wife of 38 years, Virginia Davis Hoover Still, and brothers Dodson Still, Russell Still, Lanny Still and James Still, Jr. Mr. Jim was a member of Rocky Grove Baptist Church.
Mr. Jim is survived by his children William Elias (GiGi Amaker) Still of Bamberg and Joyce Ann (John) Lyons of Elloree, and Johnny Glenn Hoover of Duncan, grandchildren William Elias (Pam) Still, Jr., Justin (Amanda) Still, Lilla (Jeremiah) Bearden and Rebecca (Ron Beardon) Still of Bamberg, Jamie (Amanda) Wisher, Miranda Blume, Chuck Lott, Jr., Kristopher Blume, Jesse Blume, Michael Lyons, Bradley Lyons, Kolt Blume, Duane Lott of Elloree, Sierra Caitlin Hoover of Lexington, and Ashley Nicole Hoover of Woodruff, great grandchildren William Elias Still, III, Tyler Still, Amber Still, Kevin Still, Justin Still, Jr., Halley Still , Clyde Bearden and Jacob Still, sisters Gertrude Still and Mammie Lee Sanders of Hilda and Juanita Zizzett of Olar, brothers Alvin (Jeanette) Still of Hilda, and Bobby (Sarah) Still of Morriston, FL, sisters-in-law Iva Mae Jeffcoat, Eloise Martin, of Wagener, and Patsy (Claxton "Sam") Stevenson of Springfield, brother-in-law Archie C. (Jackie) Davis, Jr. of Salley, and many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be Tuesday from 1 to 2 p.m. at Rocky Grove Baptist Church.
The Funeral Service will follow at 2:00 p.m. also at Rocky Grove Baptist Church with the Reverend John O'Cain officiating.
Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Condolences may be made online at:
www.blizzardfuneralhome.com.
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Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on Nov. 9, 2014