Mr. Danny Kilpatrick
Mr. Danny Kilpatrick, passed away on Monday, February 4, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia. Funeral services were held on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 3:00 P.M. at St. James Christian Fellowship, Tennille, Georgia with Pastor Mack Jackson officiating. Interment was held in Scott Family Cemetery.
A Time To Be Born:
Mr. Danny Lee Kilpatrick was born on December 8, 1959 to the late Mr. James Camp and the late Mrs. Lillian Margaret Green Kilpatrick.
A Time To Die:
God saw you getting weary. He did what He thought best. He came and stood beside you, and whispered “come and rest” and so he did on Monday, February 4, 2019.
A Time To Be Happy and Serve:
Danny joined Landmark Holy Temple of God at an early age under the leadership of his uncle and aunt Bishop Walter Camps, Sr. and Mother Reid Camps. He attended school at Duval Elementary and F.W. Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Florida.
He played football while in high school and received many scholarship offers but opted to serve in the United States Army, where he served for seventeen years. After retiring from the military, he became an entrepreneur doing electrical, carpentry and plumbing work. He was a very dedicated and faithful worker.
In 2016, Danny moved to Tennille, Georgia, looking for his wife. After three months he was married to Mrs. Helen Scott Kilpatrick. Soon after he joined Saint James Christian Fellowship Church under the leadership of Pastor Mack Jackson.
A Time To Mourn:
He was preceded in death by two sisters: Mrs. Paulene Camps Walker, Mrs. Lola Deloris Camps Ellis; four brothers: Mr. Sterling Kilpatrick, Mr. Johnny H. Camps, Mr. Lewis M. Camps and Mr. Leo L. Camps.
Mr. Kilpatrick leaves to cherish his memories a loving wife: Mrs. Helen Scott Kilpatrick, Tennille, Georgia; two beloved daughters: Ms. Delia Kilpatrick, Gainesville, FL, Ms. LaToya Kilpatrick, Arlington, VA; three stepdaughters: Mrs. Cyndria (Dedrick) Brown, Sandersville, Georgia, Ms. Crystal Battle, Warner Robbins, Georgia, Ms. Shaundraya Battle, Tennille, Georgia; three granddaughters: Miss Kquneshia Bethea, Atlanta, Georgia, Miss Nateshia Scott, Sandersville, Georgia, Miss Katelyn Grace Johnson, Tennille, Georgia; one great grandson: Master Dorian O’Neal Brown; six sisters: Mrs. Joan (Michael) Sims, Mrs. Margaret (Eddie) Gordon, Mrs. Mary Louise (Ned) Vandiver, Mrs. Linda (Ed) Williams, Ms. Shirley Godbolt, Mrs. Jane (Alfred, Sr.) Camp-Dickerson; four brothers: Mr. James (Peggy) Kilpatrick, Mr. Allan (Dana) Kilpatrick, Mr. James (Armedell) Camp, Jr., Mr. Edward (Carolyn) Camp; three sisters-in-law: Mrs. Sandra (Darrel) Harris, Mrs. Berzina (Lawrence) Jordan, Ms. Banetta Scott; six brothers-in-law: Mr. Willie F. Scott, Mr. Makel Scott, Mr. Stacey Scott, Mr. Roundo (Denice) Scott, Mr. Arndo Scott, Mr. David (Bame) James; eight aunts; two uncles: devoted friends: Mr. Tony Anthony Richardson, Ms. Barbara Sharon Williams, Mr. Ron Williams, Mr. Ron Edwards, Mr. Vince Dixon; a host of other relatives and friends. M.C. Smith Funeral Home in charge.