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Jeffrey A Bailey

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Jeffrey A Bailey

Birth
Death
11 Jun 2014 (aged 58)
Burial
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, USA Add to Map
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Jeffrey Adams Bailey passed away suddenly on Wednesday, June 11, 2014, after a lengthy illness. He was 58 years old.

A native Memphian, Jeff never knew a stranger. He had an exceptionally wide circle of friends and family who were deeply important to him. Jeff graduated from Central High School and was involved with many reunions. He attended Lambuth College, and the University of Memphis. He was a Deacon at Evergreen Presbyterian Church and in later years attended Hope Presbyterian Church. As a member of the Exchange Club of Memphis, Jeff supported the Memphis Child Advocacy Center. He was fortunate to serve a term as President of the Nonconnah Club.

Past work included time on the staff of Congressman Harold Ford Jr., sales for the Commercial Appeal, and an extensive career in communication sales with A+ Communications. His community outreach activities were many and involved; the Clanjamfry at Evergreen Presbyterian Church; and his service as the first chair of the Garage Band Reunion Benefit for the Alzheimer’s Day Services of Memphis.

As a devoted son, Jeff was a loving caregiver to both his father before his death in 2008, and afterward for his mother. Jeff was predeceased by his father, Edward Oliver Bailey, Jr.

His loving and always cheerful manner will be deeply missed by his children: Ashley Adams Bailey and Mason Van Dyke Bailey; his mother and best friend, Penelope Potts Bailey; and his sisters, Carol Richardson (Stewart), Cindy Archie (John) of Kinston, NC, and Lydia Bailey (Allen Kalpin) of Toronto, Canada. He is also survived by his former wife, Leslie Davidson, and many beloved cousins, nieces and nephews. FAMILY was his most treasured possession.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Day Services of Memphis, 3185 Hickory Hill Road, Memphis, TN 38115, www.alzheimersdayservices. org, Hope Presbyterian Church www.hopepres.com or the charity of your choice.

Published in The Commercial Appeal on June 15, 2014.

Obit provided by Linda Wayman.

Jeffrey Adams Bailey passed away suddenly on Wednesday, June 11, 2014, after a lengthy illness. He was 58 years old.

A native Memphian, Jeff never knew a stranger. He had an exceptionally wide circle of friends and family who were deeply important to him. Jeff graduated from Central High School and was involved with many reunions. He attended Lambuth College, and the University of Memphis. He was a Deacon at Evergreen Presbyterian Church and in later years attended Hope Presbyterian Church. As a member of the Exchange Club of Memphis, Jeff supported the Memphis Child Advocacy Center. He was fortunate to serve a term as President of the Nonconnah Club.

Past work included time on the staff of Congressman Harold Ford Jr., sales for the Commercial Appeal, and an extensive career in communication sales with A+ Communications. His community outreach activities were many and involved; the Clanjamfry at Evergreen Presbyterian Church; and his service as the first chair of the Garage Band Reunion Benefit for the Alzheimer’s Day Services of Memphis.

As a devoted son, Jeff was a loving caregiver to both his father before his death in 2008, and afterward for his mother. Jeff was predeceased by his father, Edward Oliver Bailey, Jr.

His loving and always cheerful manner will be deeply missed by his children: Ashley Adams Bailey and Mason Van Dyke Bailey; his mother and best friend, Penelope Potts Bailey; and his sisters, Carol Richardson (Stewart), Cindy Archie (John) of Kinston, NC, and Lydia Bailey (Allen Kalpin) of Toronto, Canada. He is also survived by his former wife, Leslie Davidson, and many beloved cousins, nieces and nephews. FAMILY was his most treasured possession.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Day Services of Memphis, 3185 Hickory Hill Road, Memphis, TN 38115, www.alzheimersdayservices. org, Hope Presbyterian Church www.hopepres.com or the charity of your choice.

Published in The Commercial Appeal on June 15, 2014.

Obit provided by Linda Wayman.



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