James Weyburn Eberlein, III
James Weyburn Eberlein, III, age 57, passed away on Tuesday, January 1, 2019. He is survived by his loving wife of 19 years, Debra Sanford Eberlein; parents, Patricia Gordon and James Weyburn Eberlein, Jr.; sisters, Andrea Eberlein Gardner (Vance) and Dorie Eberlein Fuller (John); nieces, Kristin Fuller, Sarah Fuller and Ashlyn Gardner; nephew, Drake Gardner; and aunt, Carolyn Clendinin (John) and a host of cousins and friends. A visitation will be held on Saturday, January 5, 2019, in the chapel of Charter Funeral Home (Calera, Alabama) from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m., with a memorial service to immediately follow. www.charterfuneral.com
May y’all find pease in his memories. God will hold you through this awful time. We are praying for each life he touched through his short years.
Thank you so much! We will miss him greatly but he is no longer in pain.
I am so sorry for your loss. I graduated from high school with Jimmy and although we didn’t keep in touch after college and moving, we were close friends throughout high school. He was always a terrific guy and friend. Always helping me with my car, giving me rides when I needed one, a great listening ear, and just all around nice person. He made a difference in my life. Once, I ran out of gas on a busy highway, he was the only person to stop and help. What a guy! He made a difference in my life. I pray that you will find peace and comfort as you face the days ahead.
We were so sorry to learn of your loss. Our prayers, thoughts and love go out to your entire family. Our deepest condolences,
Nelson and Beverly Iturbe.
So sorry for your loss. We love y’all. Our prayers are with your family. ??
So sorry for your loss pat & Jim we love y’all Our prayers are with each an every one in your family. Our deepest sympathy Calvin and Deborah Ratcliff
Cheryl and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. May God wrap his arms around you and comfort you all during this time. We love y’all.
Jimmy was a dear friend at Berry High School. We swam on the swim team together and he was one of the famous “Reds” we all adored at Berry. Jimmy was a funny, loving and caring guy. Fly high my friend!
“Jones” Lori Jones Manak
So sorry to hear of JimBo’s passing! We feel your heartache and are praying hard for you all!
Love to his family..
Jim & Pat, we are very sorry to see about your son’s death. We lost our first son,Robert A. Armistead on January 6, 2013. He drowned while fishing on Lake Lanier ,Atlanta. The heartache never goes away, but life goes on. Just remember the good memories and fun times. Our love to both of you. I fondly remember all the fun times you and I had while growing up. Take care. Martha Sirmon Armistead.
Rest in peace ? Jimbo