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AKINS Terry E. Akins (affectionately known as T-Bone to his children, especially his granddaughter, Brooke) departed this life on April 13, 2014, Masters Sunday/Palm Sunday, from stroke complications. Terry was a devoted husband (Best Friend) to Skeets, his wife of 38 years, as well as a devoted father to his children, Todd (Allison and Granddaughter, Brooke) and Shannon (Doug Lukach). Also very close to him was his only sibling, Ken (Beverly and Niece, Ashley) and Brother-in-law John Fain (Joyce, Nephew Chris, and Niece Lauren). Terry was pre-deceased by his parents, Martin and Medra Akins. Always the Athlete he lived his life to the fullest. Terry will be proudly inducted into the Miami High School Athletic Hall of Fame on April 26th. Go Stingarees! He graduated from Georgia Tech where he played basketball on a full scholarship. Go Jackets! An avid golfer, he overcame cancer and the loss of sight in one eye to play a pretty decent round of golf. He even took a few bucks from his JGCC buddies! Terry served as President of the Alarm Association of FL (founding member), the University Club, and was proudly a Rotarian. He was also a former member of Riviera Country Club in Coral Gables, FL. We thank everyone for all the prayers and thoughts and he was proud to know that so many people cared for him. Donations in his memory to the Miami High Athletic Association or Georgia Tech Athletic Association would be greatly appreciated. A Celebration of Life is being planned on Saturday, May 10th, from 2pm to 5pm at Jacksonville Golf and Country Club, 3985 Hunt Club Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32224. Terry was loved by many and we would like to honor our beloved T-Bone by toasting him with one of his favorite sayings: May your palm tree stand tall and your coconuts never hit the ground! Love you always, T-Bone! Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home, 1701 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville Beach, FL 904-249-2374 Please Sign the Guestbook @ Read Obituary
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COLE Randy Morris Cole age 66, of Jacksonville, Florida formerly of Knoxville, Tennessee passed away at his home on Monday, March 31, 2014 after courageously battling cancer. Randy had been an active member of the United Methodist Church, having attended Craft Memorial United Methodist, in Columbia, Tennessee, Cokesbury United Methodist Church, in Knoxville, and most recently Mandarin United Methodist Church in Jacksonville, Florida. Randy had an everlasting love for his wife Judy; they met when they children, fell in love in their early teenage years, married when Randy was 18, and have been loving each other deeply ever since. After marrying Judy, Randy attended and then graduated from Memphis State University with a bachelor s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He worked for 30 years at TVA in Kingston, Tennessee. He was an avid fan of the Big Orange and enjoyed reading, golfing, practical jokes, camping, family, and especially spoiling his nine grandchildren. Randy also especially enjoyed his time as a Stephen Minister at Mandarin UMC. He was preceded in death by his parents, Eugene and Annie Cole. Randy is survived by his wife of 48 years, Judy Cole; daughters, Christie Boruff and husband Jeff, of Knoxville, Stephanie Dunn and husband Mark, of Knoxville, Meagan Heineman and husband Craig, of Jacksonville, Florida, Meredith Barker and husband Stephen, of Jacksonville; grandchildren, Cole, Connor, and Caitlin Boruff, Devyn and Dylan Dunn, Elijah Heineman, Porter, Renee, and Lela Barker; sister, Sandra Pfieffer; nephews, Scott and Brandon Pfieffer, Wade Reed; niece, Jennifer Spencer; several great nieces and nephews. Memorials in Randy s name may be made to either, Craft Memorial United Methodist Church, 907 Hatcher Lane, Columbia, TN 38401, Cokesbury United Methodist Church, 9908 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37922, or Mandarin United Methodist Church, 11270 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32223-7286. Memorial Service Saturday at 11:00 am at Mandarin United Methodist Church, Jacksonville Florida 11270 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32223, with receiving of friends to immediately follow the service. Online condolences may be made at . Randy was a loving husband, a great father, and a tremendous grandfather, he will be missed greatly but we will a celebrate a life well lived. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Read Obituary
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