Jonathan Troy Chavis

Augusta, GA – Jonathan Troy Chavis, 43, entered into rest Monday, October 24, 2016, at University Hospital.

Memorial services will be held Friday, October 28, 2016, at 4:00 PM from the chapel of Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors with Dr. Greg DeLoach officiating.

Mr. Chavis was born in Augusta and graduated from Butler High School, Class of 1991. He attended Augusta Technical College and was employed by Resolute Forest Products in the Maintenance Department.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather, William A. Coleman, and by his cousin, Christopher Badke.

He is survived by his sons, Jonathan Hunter Chavis, A1C, US Air Force, and Tristin Wayne Chavis, both of Augusta; the mother of his children, Angela M. Chavis, of Augusta; his parents, Theresa and Larry Chavis, of Augusta; his maternal grandmother, Carolyn D. Coleman, of Augusta; his sister, Angela Cushman (Alan), of Evans; the love of his life, Pamela Nimmons Maddox, and her children, Chase, Allison, and Haylee, of Augusta; his niece, LeeAnn Cushman, (Tyler), of Evans; and his beloved dog, Sadie.

If so desired memorial contributions may be made to First Baptist Church of Augusta, Benevolence Fund, 3500 Walton Way Ext, Augusta, GA 30909; the Southeastern Firefighters Burn Foundation, 3614 J Dewey Gray Circle, #C, Augusta, GA 30909; or the American Heart Association, 516 West Ave, North Augusta, SC 29841.

The family will receive friends Friday, October 28, 2016, immediately following the service at the funeral home.

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

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10 responses to “Jonathan Troy Chavis”

  1. just know that you have friends that share in your grief; Larry, Theresa and family, you have our heartfelt sympathies, love ya’ll; Becki and John Wood

  2. We are so sorry. Over the weekend, I came across pictures of the 1st time we met at a hunting club cookout. Troy was 5, Keith was 4 and Mark and Angie were in their baby carriers. Many prayers and lots of love to all of you.

  3. Please allow me to offer my condolences to the parents of, Mr. Chavis. Jesus spoke of a time when “all those in the memorial tombs” would “come out” to renewed life in a paradise earth.—John 5:28, 29; Luke 23:43. True, that glowing hope does not take all the tragedy out of death. Jesus himself broke down and cried over the death of his friend Lazarus—and that was just minutes before he resurrected him! At least, then, death is not always final. The Bible calls death “the last enemy” and says that it will “be brought to nothing.” (1 Corinthians 15:26) Then, when parents are reunited with the children they lost to death, we will at last be able to say, ‘Death, where is your sting?’—Hosea 13:14. I am very sorry for the loss of your beloved son, Jonathan. May God’s Word comfort you and your family. Sincerely, Meryl,

  4. Theresa I am so very sorry you are always so very kind to the Moody family. We love you and will be praying for you

    Your Friend
    Jane Walker

  5. Larry and Teresa you and your family are in our prayers. Wish we could be there today during this difficult time.
    With our deepest sympathy,
    Roger and Ginger Gray

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