Matthew Jameson McClain “Jamie”
Matthew Jameson McClain “Jamie”, age 33, went to be with Jesus and Robbie Wednesday, April 21, 2021. He had a passion for hunting, and fishing, anything, and everything outdoors. Jamie was a hard-core Alabama football fan and Captain at the West Shelby Fire Department. He will always be remembered as an amazing Son, Brother, Husband and Father. Jamie is preceded in death by his brother, Robbie; Mamaw and Papaw McClain and Papaw Hinton. He is survived by his loving wife of 5 years, Amy McClain; children, Danielle and Matthew McClain; parents, Jimmy and Bonnie McClain; brothers, Cory McClain (Tracy) and Colby McClain; nieces Madison McClain Lawson (Matt), Natalie McClain, and Autumn McClain; nephews, Cole McClain, Brody McClain, and Luke McClain; grandmother, Maxine Hinton; aunts, Patti Joiner (Donald) and Mary Snell; uncles, Jerry McClain, Bob McClain, Bill McClain; and a host of cousins. There will be services at the Charter Funeral Home Chapel Sunday, April 25, 2021. Jamie’s Funeral Services will begin at 3 pm, the family will be accepting visitors at 1 pm. He will be laid to rest in Elliottsville Cemetery beside his brother Robbie.
He was the best friend and neighbor anyone could wish for.
Jim and Bonnie, I am deeply sorry for your loss. I am praying for all of you. Susan O’Brien.
Jim and Bonnie I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Jamie as a small blond headed kid bumping into dads leg down in the gun loading basement. Grew into a fine young man and people that were lucky enough to know him had a better understanding of what a true son means to his parents. He will always be missed. We love yall in your time of sorrow.
I only met Jamie one time, but my what a wonderful person he was. Love, Aunt Meme
Jamie was first a valued co-worker and then became a good friend. He was trustworthy, dependable, and he loved his wife and children to the ends of the earth. I am very sad to see him taken from us so soon. God bless you and your family. You will be missed by all those you touched.
Jim, I’m so sorry. The Lord has a special plan for your Son. He needed him to come work with his brother. Sending my condolences to you and your wife.
Jamie was a very kind person to everyone. I’m so sorry.