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Mr. James Lee England
Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.
England 1 002

Celebratin of Life


Mr. James Lee England

"Pork Chop"

July 11, 1952~March 19, 2014


Sunday, March 23, 2014

2:30 PM

Bethel Grove Baptist Church

10728 Flat Shoals Road

Covington, Georgia 30016

Pastor Willie George Tigner Sr., Eulogist

Pastor Cecil J. Rozier, Presiding

Assisted By Others


     Mr. James Lee "Porkchop"  England was born July 11, 1952 to Mr. & Mrs. Jessie (Clara) England.

       James started to work for Jimmy Harris Trucking at the age of 16. He was a devoted employee for over 45 years. During his time of employment with Harris Trucking he devoloped a special bond with the Harris Family. He was a faithful member of Bethel Grove Baptist Church. He  loved riding horses, camping, and drag racing. He loved and enjoyed family time, his smile could light up any room. He also loved Laffy Taffy and Air Heads.

       On March 19, 2014 God saw James "Porkchop" getting tired and took his hand and told him to rest my child your work here is done. His father Mr. Jessie J. England preceded him in death.

      James "Porkchop"  England leaves to cherish his memories, his loving mother, Mrs. Clara England, children, Mr. Neal Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Andre (Lily) England, Mr. Antonio England, Mr. & Mrs. Marc (Sepria) England, Mr. Tavaries Heard and Mr. Sherod England, step-daughter, Ms. Candance Avery, two sisters; Ms. Geraldine Lee and Ms. Betty Benton, three brothers; Mr. & Mrs. Dewey (Wanda) England, Mr. & Mrs. Curtis (Jackie) England and Mr. & Mrs. Micheal (Tammy) England, his long time companion, Ms. Susan Avery, four aunts; Mrs. Dilcie Bradley, Mrs. Bessie Smith, Mrs. Delores Gotel and Mrs. Ellia English, fifteen grandchildren, nine nieces, four nephews and a host of other loving relatives and friends.


Church Cemetery

Flower Ladies

Thank you for all acts of kindness and generosity shown during our  time of bereavement. Your visits, prayers and calls have meant so much to us to help lift the burden of our dear James Lee "Porkchop" England. It has been a great comfort knowing you didn't leave us alone to endure this sorrow. We thank you and praise God for you.
                                             The Family