George-Batchelor-Obituary

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George Lee Batchelor

Dec 25, 1949 - Sep 12, 2019 (Age 69)

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I remember when I first meet you.Peggie and yourself came to the lake where we first meet.I thought to myself you're an amazing man.You went to Veitam fought and was seriously wounded.I couldn't believe how funny and happy you was that day.Peggie and you just matched you both were so happy and laughing the hole time.Every time that I knew that I was going to get to see you and talk to you growing up was a special time for myself. I was talking to a real American Hero.The last time we talked...

One hell of a man and friend. may God bless his family.

Buddy, you and I grew up together on Hollis Rd and Newberg Ave. we spent a lot of time together back then. RIP my friend.
Peggy, our condolences to you and your family.
(Bill Mitchell and family)

We are sorry to hear of Buddy passing.
we have always loved and thought a lots of him,
May God bless you in your lost.
We will always love the Batchelor Family.
We lived next door for so many years and they were like family.
We can't attened today but our Prayers will always be with you.

Love,
Junior, Margaret, Tammy, Eddie, Todd Brickle and Family

I didn't know him but I do work with Beth and Kristy Jones and wanted to say thank you for my freedom. May God show the wings he gave your brother, brother in love, nieces and nephews, children and grandchildren! His life had meaning, he gave us freedom against our enemies, he showed you how much we need to appreciate our lives and he was blessed with lots of friends and family, overall he had a grand life on earth. Now he has the best with him God! May God bless him and his family that will...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

This is from a dear friend and son in law that I love you and miss you to daddy and how and being that you are in peace daddy and I be seeing you soon daddy so fly high daddy and I love you and miss you your son In law Brian hawkins

This is from a dear friend and son in law I just want to say I love you daddy and hope to see you soon daddy and hope you are living high for us father and no all your kids and grand kids are truly and lovely missing you daddy God bless and see you soon.

You were always laughing and was the toughest man Ive ever met and would help anybody always making us laugh go rest till we meet again love you Rest In Peace my dear cousin

Obituary

George's Obituary

George Lee “Buddy” Batchelor passed away Thursday, September 12, 2019.  Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. with the service following at 11:00 a.m., Monday September 16, 2019 at Monroe County Memorial Chapel. Entombment will follow in Macon Memorial Park Cemetery with full military honors.  Rev. Carl Gregory will officiate.

Buddy, the son of the late George Washington Batchelor and Maxine Floyd Batchelor was born December 25, 1949, in Macon, Georgia.  His brother, Terry (Luke) Allen Batchelor and his son George Lee Batchelor Jr. preceded him in death. He was retired from the United States Marine Corps, serving during Vietnam and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Purple Heart Medal.

Buddy is survived by his wife, Peggy Diane Batchelor, children,  Diane Batchelor, Cindy Linares (Miguel), Randy Lee Batchelor, Jennifer Lord (Alan) and Christina Rich (Charlie) all of Forsyth. His 12 grandchildren Jasmyne Justice, Jaycee Justice, Braxton Lord, Saul Batchelor, Tyler Batchelor, Esmerelda Linares, Chyanna Batchelor, Rylan Masterman, Kayden Batchelor, Hunter Batchelor, Hayden Lord and Rebecca Mccormick. Sisters, JoAnn Caldwell (Charles) of Roberta, Beth Jones (Larry) of Warner Robins and Jan Hutto of Fitzgerald; brothers, Jack Batchelor (Cyndi) of Crawford County and Roy Batchelor (Lynn) of Twiggs County; and numerous brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.

Monroe County Memorial Chapel has charge of arrangements.

 

 

 

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