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Green, James "Jimmy" -

James "Jimmy" Green

Beechgrove - James “Jimmy” Green passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, October 25, 2020. Jimmy made a friend anywhere he went. He impacted many lives in Beechgrove and beyond. Jimmy was an avid farmer. He poured his blood, sweat, and tears into his land. Family and friends are what he lived for. He would help anyone in need. If you knew him, you loved him and all his jokes. His dog, Randy, and his cat, Tiger, were two of his best companions. Jimmy loved nature and appreciated all creatures. Jimmy was retired for many years from being a tool and dye maker at Batesville Casket Company.

Jimmy is preceded in death by his mother, Opal Clark; father, Lillard Goodloe Green; brother, Lillard Goodloe Green, Jr.; niece Mary Anne Josey. He is survived by his only daughter, Tonia McCutcheon; grandchildren, Kayla (Kateland) Gibbs, Taylor McCutcheon, and Benjamin McCutcheon. Jimmy served as a military policeman in the Army and was a Vietnam veteran. He loved his country. He spent his younger years learning to care for cattle with his grandparents. He truly is a person that will never be forgotten.

Funeral services for Jimmy will be conducted at 10:00 AM on Friday, October 30, 2020, at Coffee County Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow in Gilley Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM on Thursday, October 29, 2020, at the funeral home.

Coffee County Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Green family.


Billy Sanders says:

He was the best friend I ever had. He will be greatly missed. I'm glad we got to spend the day together the day before he died. Fly high Jimmy.

Megan Taylor says:

Jimmy green was my great uncle who at one point in my life, jimmy lived a couple houses down the road from us he would bring me and my sister cream sodas. Jimmy always had a smile on his face. Rest easy jimmy green

Ronnie McCutcheon says:

Jimmy, or "Pa", as I always called him, was one of the kindest people I have ever known. We remained friends through all of lifes ups and downs. Always eager to help or, if you were down, always had a joke or a smile. There are not many men like him left in this world and I have lost a true friend. We use to pull pranks on the kids. He and I dreamed up a couple real doozies!! All my kids, Chase, Kayla, Jeffrey and Taylor will always remember the "Beechgrove Beast" at the halloween bonfire we did each year. Jimmy told the kids he had to go to work and snuck off and dressed up in a white "sasquatch" suit. I told this fantastic story Jimmy and I made up. Long story short, We scared the crap outa all the kids. They loved it (once they realized it was a prank). What a hard working man he was. Jimmy, your wisdom and friendship will be terribly missed my friend. May God above wrap you in His loving embrace and welcome you home good and faithful servant. I love you Pa. I will see you on Gods golden shores my dear friend.

Annette Daffin says:

My heartfelt sympathy and love goes out to Tonia, Kayla, Taylor, Ben and all those who love Jimmy. We are so sorry for your loss and our prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

John & Annette Daffin

Tonia Mccutcheon says:

I will greatly miss you always daddy. You helped everyone and you never knew a stranger. I’m glad I have the memories I have of you the last four years. I still can’t believe you are gone. You always had a smile on your face and some new prank up your sleeve. You brought joy to everyone around you. You were the hardest working person and you loved your family and friends not to mention Randy and Tiger. God gained an angel for sure Sunday. I will never forget you and the great times we had. I will see you again someday. Go rest high on that mountain daddy. I love you very much.

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