Jimmy Burke Allsep

June 26, 1939 - July 6, 2020
Hillcrest Memorial Park
Thursday 7/9, 2:00 pm
Hillcrest Memorial Park

Jimmy B. Allsep, Sr. Six Mile, SC Graveside services to honor the life of Mr. Allsep will be at Hillcrest Memorial Park, Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 2:00 PM conducted by Reverend Billy Ray Merck. Jimmy Burke Allsep, Sr. 81, of Six Mile, South Carolina, died Monday, July 6, 2020 at his home surrounded byContinue Reading

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Buddy & Maxine Clardy left a message on July 9, 2020:
To Sheila & Family, We are so sorry for your loss.Buddy & Maxine Clardy
Debbie Lowrance left a message on July 8, 2020:
Lit a candle in memory of Jimmy Burke Allsep
Steve and Rachel Goodwin-Yardpro left a message on July 8, 2020:
We had alot of fun everytime Jimmy came to our lawnmower shop.There was never a dull moment when you was around Jimmy.You could be having a bad day and Jimmy come by and I can promise you by the time he left you would not be having a bad day. We will love and miss Jimmy always.May God bless and be with his family.
sherry corlis left a message on July 7, 2020:
Hi I am Sherry Allsep Corlis and my parents were Bud and Edna Allsep and my sister is Sandra Gilstrap. Our Dad and Uncle Eb were brothers. Just wanted to say how sorry I am about Jimmy. He was such a nice person and he always made me laugh. Just wanted to let you know my family and I will be praying for each of you in this difficult time. God bless you and give you comfort.
Carl S Bagwell left a message on July 7, 2020:
Our family will be praying for you in the loss of your father in the much needed days ahead. I've known the Elbert Allsep family,for many years due to living beside them at South Street, Cateechee,SC . Your dad had a nickname " jitter " and I never asked where of even who gave the honor of being called this. In the years transpired worked Donald at Oconee Nuclear Station and John Wayne played baseball with the mill team and your grandfather played as well with them also. Your days ahead will probably be lonely from time to time,but trust GOD and if you haven't accepted HIM as LORD and Savior. I plead with you to do so ! There will never be any regrets in life for ever, in the much needed and most important thing anyone can do in this life- accepting JESUS CHRIST AS LORD AND SAVIOR! May GOD bless you and your family this day and the future. Carl,Sharon & Cameron Bagwell Easley,SC
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Tim Allsep left a message on July 6, 2020:
Uncle Jimmy was fun. When you put him, Grandpa, Uncle John and dad together, you never knew what would happen! I once saw them posing for a family picture, It was quite a scene, Probably took two hours to get one picture....You know... leg adjustments, underwear adjustments and such. Grandpa's famous chocolate pudding, onion and tomato sandwich set the bar for his son's sense of humor, and they all lived lived up to it. My daddy love him, John Wayne, Grandma and Grandpa. I love them too. Uncle Jimmy and Uncle John were good to me, except when Uncle John threw me in the lake to "teach me to swim":-) I physically left Six Mile long ago, but my heart remains true down to memories of Bluff Garrett riding his tractor to his watermelon patch with no shoes, just white socks, and playing church softball. I am indebted to folks like Donna Garrett for teaching me the value of kindness. I miss you all. Tim Allsep
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