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Mr. Burgamy
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EATONTON: Billy Edward Burgamy, 70, passed away on Thursday, April 10, 2014, from injuries sustained in a logging truck accident. Visitation was on Saturday, April 12, at Vining Ivy Hill Chapel, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Services were on Sunday, April 13, 3:00 p.m., at the Chapel. Interment was at Cedar Ridge Cemetery in Gray, following the service. Pallbearers were Toby Turner, Johnny Todd, Brad Comer, Robert Yates, Darrell Dunn and Eddie Burdashaw. Honorary pallbearers were Russell Curry, Arnold Gail Morgan, Jimmy Goolsby, Melvin Coulter, Dallas Clark, Roger Kent and Dr. William H. Rhodes Jr.

Mr. Burgamy was born in Eastman on Oct. 17, 1943, to the late Harry Edward Burgamy and the late Susie Mae Law Burgamy. He was the owner of Burgamy Logging Inc. and BEB Trucking. Mr. Burgamy moved his family from Jones County to Putnam County in 1986. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Dorothy B. Goolsby; brother, George A. Sheffield Jr., retired commander, U.S. Navy; and a grandchild, Christian Brown. He was a member of Eatonton Pentecostal Holiness Church and the Georgia Men’s Bowling Association. He enjoyed dirt-track racing.

Mr. Burgamy is survived his wife of 48 years, Martha Willis Burgamy; sons, Michael Burgamy Wills and Brian Burgamy of Eatonton, Ricky Burgamy (Brandy), Richard Harry Burgamy Jr. (Robin) and Clay Brown (Kristi) of Gray; sister, Mary Turner of Gray; grandchildren, Ashley Burgamy, Jordan Burgamy, RJ Burgamy, Tyler Hess-Smith, Amber Brantley, Lindsey Willis, Jonathan Willis, Lance Willis and Nealy Willis; and great-grandchildren, Macy Burgamy, Lexi Burgamy, Logan Willis, Levi Willis, Aubrianna Willis, Brett Brantley, Taylor Abney and Dillon Abney. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews, and friends who will miss him.

Vining Ivy Hill Chapel in Eatonton had charge of arrangements.
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