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John G. MEDLIN Jr.

Atlanta, Georgia

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Family-Placed Death NoticeMEDLIN, John G., Jr. WINSTON-SALEM - John G. Medlin, Jr. died Thursday, June 7, 2012, at Grandfather Mountain, N.C., of a heart attack while playing tennis. He was 78. Mr. Medlin was born in Elevation, N.C., on November 23, 1933.The son of John Grimes Medlin and...

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There has never been a man more special to me than John Medlin, and nobody changed my life more. Always, Doug Johnston, Jr.

May God be with the entire family at this time of loss. Mr. Medlin meant so much to many of us in the Winston-Salem area because he was so kind.

To the Medlin Family,

We are truly sorry to hear of Mr.Medlin's
passing. He will truly be missed by many.

May God's love bring your family peace during this most difficult time.

Sincerely
Helene T. Kennedy & Donald Bryant

With deepest sympathy to the Medlin Jr. family during your time of grief...Psalm 46:1...God is for us a refuge and strength, A help that is readily to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.

We were all so sad to hear of mr.Medlin's passing,I had the pleasure of knowing him for 12 yrs..I will miss talking to him,Please know my thoughts and prayers will be with his family...All of us at Dunnagan & Rideout Heating/Cooling...are sad over lossing Mr.medlin.

I knew Mr. Medlin when he was at Parkway branch, when I was very young. He would always give me and my friend a lolipop. I also am proud to say I worked under him at Wachovia and he always had a smile and kind word.

I was very sorry to hear of Mr. Medlin's death. I worked at Wachovia when he was CEO and he was truly a very honest, remarkable and well loved leader of our company. I was very proud to have been employed at Wachovia while he was there.

I am proud to say that I worked under his leadership for 20 years. Myra Burgess

To the family:

John Medlin was a role model for many of us in banking during his era. His legacy with Wachovia as well as the national banking scene will forever be an inspiration to present and future retail bankers.

The suddenness of his transition has to be a shock but remembering his many accomplishments should bring peace to soften your tears.