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Jim Smiley C. Dearman

Dearman, Jim obit photoAugusta, GA – Jim “Smiley” C. Dearman, 73, husband of Nanette Dearman, entered into rest Sunday, September 7, 2014, at University Hospital.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, September 13, 2014, at 11:00 AM, from Southside Baptist Church with Reverend Wayne Todd officiating.

Mr. Dearman, son of the late Robert and Vera Hollihand Dearman, was born in Tuscaloosa, AL. He served in the United States Army and retired from Augusta Newsprint after 35 years. He was a member of Southside Baptist Church and was an avid fan of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide.

He was preceded in death by his brothers, William “Bett” Dearman, Henry Dearman, and Joe Dearman Online Casino; and by his sister, Myrtle Snipes.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children, Randy Cottone, Cindy Faglier (Terry), Cathy Morris (Brian), Melissa Almadovar, Charles Heffner (Mary), Aaron Heffner (Jami), Joshua Heffner (Jennifer), Joseph Heffner, and Ericka Beeson (Denzil); his brother, John Dearman; his sister, Betty Sue Allen (Jimmy); eighteen grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren.

If so desired memorial contributions may be made to Augusta Warrior Project, 4115 Columbia Rd, Ste 5-333, Martinez, GA 30907-0410

The family will receive friends Friday, September 12, 2014, from 6:00 until 8:00 PM at the funeral home.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Rd, Augusta, GA 30906.

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8 responses to “Jim Smiley C. Dearman”

  1. Dear Dearman Family;

    My sons and I are so sorry for your loss. We also lost my husband .. so we understand the hurt. It will get better with time; I can promise you that. Take comfort in the fact that he is no longer suffering and is in a better place. Someday you will all be together once again! Love, The Rongo Family

  2. Scripture has gotten me through these weeks of trial.
    God is ever faithful and loving to those who seek Him.
    Smiley accepted Jesus as His Savior at Easter time.
    Yes Lauren! I will be with him again!
    I do have a peace and comfort that only His Holy Spirit can give.

  3. Dear Nan,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are so thankful that Jim accepted Jesus. God touches our heart when He knows we are listening. Jim was a caring, loving man and I will always remember him as being a gentleman to me in every situation no matter where we were. I’m so relieved you can have the faith to heal your heart knowing you will be with him again one day. We love you!

  4. Nan,Pop was one of my best friends we had a lot of good times together. We shared a lot of good fishing stories a lot of laughs and fun.a lot of sweat and labor at work, I think I was the one that nicknamed him Pop. My ole buddy will be missed a lot by this ole friend and coworker Maddog.

  5. Nan,I don’t know what to say. For several years POPS was my fishing buddy,stew cooking in the shed buddy, and my second DAD but most of all he was my best friend. I pass your house on the way to work and I always say I need to stop and see POPs. I’m devastated and heart broken.

    Gene Kirkland

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