We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Mosley's Funeral Home
Jimmie Sherrod Lane departed this life on May 24, 2022 following a brief illness. He was born August 22, 1975 at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina to the late James Luther Lane and Annie Grace Tukes.
Many people knew him as “Hot Rod,” He spent his life in Swainsboro, Georgia, where he attended Emanuel County Schools. In 1993, he graduated from Swainsboro High School. He was employed as a truck driver for many years, and was a member of Springfield Baptist Church in Oak Park, Georgia.
Sherrod was well-known by many: very happy, outgoing, and friendly. People were drawn to him because of his great sense of humor and kind heart. Always there to lend a helping hand, his family and friends knew they could count on him. He exemplified the behavior a son should have towards his mother. He was there for his mother, loving her, his wife, and family. His mother, Annie Grace Tukes lovingly refers to her son as her “only baby.” His Godson, Orion, was very special to him. He loved Orion unconditionally and never failed to spend time with him and encourage him.
Sherrod was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Fred and Julia Lane, and maternal grandparents, James, and Mary Etta Whitehead. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Sonya Thomas Lane of Swainsboro, Georgia; his mother, Annie Grace Tukes of Dublin, Georgia; his mother-n-law, Ruby Thomas (Kaye) of Swainsboro, Georgia; his step mother, Carolyn Lane of Orangeburg, South Carolina; three stepchildren, Maurice Thomas, Ricky Thomas, and Ieshia Thomas; one Godson, Orion Thomas; step brothers and sisters, Erica Miller, Courtney Williams, Montelle Jones, and Shantell Jones; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.