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Elder Eddie D. Worthen
September 12, 1934 ~ October 30, 2022 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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Elder Eddie Worthen passed away at his home on Sunday, October 30, 2022, in Swainsboro, Georgia. He was born to the late Thomas Worthen and Hattie May Tillman Worthen on September 12, 1934, in Johnson County, Georgia.
Elder Worthen attended the Johnson County School System. He later became a Roofing Contractor and worked hard for many years. In 1986 Eddie married Jacqueline Worthen.
He leaves to cherish his memories: his beloved wife, Jacqueline Worthen of Swainsboro, Georgia; 4 sons, Herbert (Kim) Moorman of Swainsboro, Georgia, Edward Worthen of Tampa, Florida, Anthony (Tonya) Moorman of Columbus, Georgia, and Thomas (Patrica) Heggs of Snellville, Georgia; 5 daughters, Stephanie (Eric) Short of Miami, Florida, Tammy (Charles) Hughes of Snellville, Georgia, Evangelist Sherry (Calvin) Underwood of Adrian, Georgia, Tracy (Arthur) Culbreth of Swainsboro, Georgia, and Carlette Harris-Howard of Wadley, Georgia; 2 sisters, Linda (Joe) Worthen of Swainsboro, Georgia, and Jeanette Boyd of Jacksonville, Florida; 22 grandchildren, 44 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Words can’t express how much you’ll be missed, but you gave us many memories, which we will use to reminisce. You provided plenty of wisdom. The lessons that you taught us still ring true. You encouraged me to do right. You said to always keep God in all my ways and I’ll never forget that. As a child you taught me how to pray. Though your transition dismaforys me and makes me very sad, you’ll always and ever be the bestest, bestest, grand-dad, Snook Duke.