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He was a simple man and always put others before himself.
Eddie was known to be a hard worker and an honest, dependable man. Eddie worked many years in the logging woods and began his own logging company that he proudly named Weems & Son’s Logging.
Eddie married the love of his life and soulmate, Cathy Shipp, on June 30, 1984. Many people note him as the most determined and hardest worker one has ever met.
After years of success in the logging industry, he eventually “retired” and began operating his two dump trucks to be at home more often.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 11am at The Weems Farm, 3851 NE CR 343, Bronson, FL. Arrangements are under the care of MILAM FUNERAL AND CREMATION SERVICES- 311 S. She was a graduate of Emma Sansom High School and attended Gadsden State Community College. She was preceded in death by her parents, Buck and Alma Hollingsworth; brother, Robert Thrasher; and son, John Wesley Hardin.
She is survived by her son, Bobby (Kristi) Hardin; grandson, Wesley Wayne Hardin; sister, Jennifer Hollingsworth; brother, Carlis Hollingsworth; two sisters in law, several nieces, nephews, and special friends.
He served many years in the Gainesville Jaycees and was President 1969-1970 and became a JCI Senator.
Toby was vice-president of the Gainesville Homebuilders Association in 1977.
The angel kiss birthmark on Eddie III’s forehead is proof his Pa Pa welcomed him to this world.Eddie was extremely excited to meet and spoil his newest grandson, Eddie III.He had plans of having both boys on his lap helping to steer his tractors.He softened up in his later years when his boys met their wives, and he began to enjoy more time with his family.It wasn’t until the birth of his grandson, Kace that he actually admitted he would rather stay home than work!
She worked in the travel industry in Philadelphia and New York.