Tifton Gazette


February 1, 2014

Billy “Pap” Pinkney

SPARKS — Billy “Pap” Pinkney, 78, of Sparks died at Tift Regional Medical Center. The funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. today at Sparks Temple Church with committal services to follow at Sparks Cemetery. A repast will conclude at Christian Fellowship Church social hall. Mr. Pinkney is survived by his wife, Shirley Pinkney; his children, Charlie Mae Burgman, Melissa Eady and Thomas Foster; three sisters, Emma Tyson, Martha Berrian and Pheobe Hatcher; and three brothers, the Rev. Joseph Pinkney, Nathaniel Pinkney and Clarence Pinkney. You may sign the online guest book at www.southviewmortuary.com. Professional care and services have been entrusted to Southview Mortuary Inc.

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