Jeffrey William Chapman

October 24, 1963 – June 21, 2022


Obituary For Jeffrey William Chapman

Jeffrey William Chapman, 58, passed away on June 21, 2022. He was born on October 24, 1963. He is the son of John Eaton and Ardith Jameson Eaton.
He was a free spirit and loved to live life to the fullest. He enjoyed fishing and playing golf with his son.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his son, Kevin James Chapman of Jasper, Georgia; sisters, Carolyn and Bill Newel of Austell, Georgia and Sandra and Gary Aurand of Austell, Georgia; brothers, Johnny Chapman of Climax, Georgia, Michael Eaton, Austell, Georgia, Jimmy Chapman of Spring Creek, Nevada, Todd Eaton of Appling, Georgia; grandchildren, Preston, Triston, Rylon, Hayden, Aubree; several nieces and nephews also survive.
In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated. A memorial service will be planned at a later date.
Messages of condolence may be sent to Jones-Wynn Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Villa Rica is in charge of the arrangements. 770-459-3694

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  • 06/25/2022

    Jeff I can’t remember a time that you wasn’t there You have been at my side through everything You helped raise my kids Remember the song ‘Shamless That song got us through many years You were there at my side when Scott passed away I could never thank you enough My mother loved you with all her heart You stayed with her for months That helped me and the sisters alot It never matter what time or where I or Dee was all it took was a phone call and you were there Remember the song “The Dance ‘ that is you I love you so much brother My heart is in a million pieces All that is helping me is to know that you were SAVED AND WAS BAPTIZED You are also there with Scott I know y’all are fishing now I will never say”Goodbye ” I will say “See you later ” I love and miss you so much

  • 06/25/2022

    I’m so sorry for y’all’s loss oh Lord there are so so many memories with you Jeff I will forever treasure them in my heart r I.p my friend you will be forever missed,

  • 06/24/2022

    To me Jeff was more then an uncle he was my best friend. He’s “the ultimate sissy” just a joke between me and him that started a long time ago when we was fishing in New Orleans. Losing him is one of the hardest things I’ve had to go though. But I know that one day we’ll meet again and I’m sure he’ll being fishing when I get there.

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