James Larry Kennebrew

KENNEBREW,

James L Kennebrew, 61. Sunrise March 10, 1949 – Sunset July 28, 2010. He was born in Stone Mountain, GA to James and Louise Kennebrew. A graduate of Mansfield Senior High, James was a Drug and Alcohol Counselor helping many overcome the spirit of addiction. He was preceded in death by his parents. Left to cherish his memory, daughters Christoya (Pastor Jeff) Jones and Jametta Kennebrew, sister Brenda Fuqua, 5 grandchildren and a host of other family and friends. The family would like to say THANK YOU to the OSU Medical Center Nurses, Southside Dialysis Center, and Zusman Community Hospice for the care given to Mr. Kennebrew during his illness.

Condolence Messages

  1. floydandsylvia davis :

    CHRISTOYA JAMETTA I AM SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR FATHER LARRY WAS A VERY GOOD FRIEND OF OURS. I WISH I COULD HAVE KNOWN OF THIS I WISH I COULD HAVE BEEN THERE. I WILL NEVER FORGET LARRY HE WAS A VERY GOOD MAN . FLOYD AND SYLVIA DAVIS

  2. sandra thompson stegall :

    to the kennebrews god has a better plain then the one u had be thankful to have been part of his plain he loved his family rest in peace dear friend.

    god has smiled on u

    thompson&stegall family

  3. I am sorry I never met any of your beautiful family. I just want to tell you this is the most loving and meaningful tribute I have ever heard or read. Mr. Kennebrew must have been a special person and a magnificent help to all he met. Blessings to all.

  4. Dear Chrissy & Jimmett
    It is my prayer that GOD will craddle you in his arms and hold you close
    It will give you the comfort you need the most
    I've travelled this road to say goodbye
    and even today I still ask why
    But, GOD feels your pain and he shares your grief
    When you are at your weakest and you can do nothing but cry, Bishop Walter E Jordan told me it's alright to cry that's your release
    Each day GOD will give you strength to make it another day and the love for your daddy, it will never go away
    I love you both and my prayers are for you all

  5. Marilyn Claybrooks-Wells :

    I will never forget you Larry, Rest in Peace

  6. Judy Pence Farst :

    To the Kennebrew Family, Although I have not seen Larry since our graduation in June of 1967, I will always remember Larry as a very nice and kind man. We went to school together for many years and I will remember him as my friend. My deepest condolences to the family.

    Judy Pence Farst

  7. Link & Michelle Briggs and Family :

    Dear Chrissy & Jimmy

    We would like to take this time to express our deepest sympathy. You two are in our thoughts but most of all our prayers. Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning! We Love You!!

  8. Cynthia Gilbert (aka Sis. G) :

    Chrissy and Jametta,
    I am praying for you. You all have my deepest sympathy. Always remember that God is sovereign and He always knows what's best.

  9. Leslie & Gloria Huffman :

    Know that God is good and will be with you at all times. Through the good and the bad, Through the ups and the downs. Our prayers are with you. Deepest sympathy to each of you and the family.

  10. Arnita Reynolds-Colvin :

    To Christoya, Jimmetta, Jeff, the grandchildren and also Marion. May God's love give you peace and rainbows after the storm. When I look up to the stars at night, I'll think of my cousin Larry as one of those shining stars. He may have lost touch with some of the family over the years, we as his family will have love, and precious memories which will live on in our hearts forever.

    Love Cousin Neat

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