Mr. Terry Levon Skinner
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STATESBORO, Ga. - Mr. Terry Levon Skinner, age 59, died unexpectedly Thursday morning at home following a long illness.
The native and lifelong resident of Bulloch County worked at Ryans Steak House for over 10 years.
He was an avid sports fan. He loved all sports, especially the GSU Eagles, UGA Bulldogs and Nascar Racing. He was able to see Chase Elliott win the championship last fall.
He was a member of Eastern Heights Baptist Church.
Terry was preceded in death by his parents, Levon Skinner and Ann Manuel Skinner; and his brother-in-law, Brooks B. Sorrier III.
Surviving are a sister, Angie Skinner Sorrier, and brother, Brian David Skinner and Beth Nesmith; nephews, Brooks (Breck) Sorrier, Bryce Manuel and Amanda Randall Sorrier, Savannah and Maggie; nephew, Jonathan Nesmith; niece, Hunter Nesmith; and brother-in-law, Raymond Joyner. Two aunts, special cousins and friends also survive.
Because of COVID, no service is planned at this time.
The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Eastern Heights Baptist Church Food Bank, 23805 US 80 East, Statesboro, GA 30461; or the Statesboro Regional Library, 124 S. Main Street, Statesboro, GA 30458.
Friends may sign the online register book at www.joineranderson.com.
Joiner-Anderson Funeral Home & Crematory of Statesboro is in charge of the arrangements.

Statesboro Herald, February 20, 2021
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Published in Statesboro Herald from Feb. 22 to Mar. 1, 2021.
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February 24, 2021
Rest well till we meet again.
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