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Fairley Jacobs

Died: Fri., Jul. 26, 2019

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Fairley Wayne Jacobs, 76, of Pembroke, NC, departed this life on July 26, 2019 at Selective Health Care in Greensboro, NC due to health complications. He was born in the home of his father and mother, Marvin and Zadie Chavis Jacobs in Fairmont, NC.  He is preceded in death by a sister, Juanita Jacobs Barber and three brothers, Joyce Jacobs, Victor Jacobs and Hubert Jacobs.
Fairley is survived by his wife, Harver Ann Lowry Jacobs of the home. Two brothers and sister-in-law, FM and Mary Jane Jacobs of Fairmont, NC and Woodroe Jacobs of Pembroke, NC. One sister, Cynthia Williamson of Ritchfield NC.  Lynneettah Hunt, mother of the children. His daughter and her husband, Muheeb and Waynnettah Lynn Chavis AlSheekh of Fayetteville, NC. Two grandchildren, Treavor Chavis and London Chavis of Red Springs. Two great grandchildren, Addison Lee Chavis and Ava Grace Lowry. Preceding him in death was one son, Garren Corbett Jacobs of Red Springs, NC. The family wishes to recognize a host of family and friends who were all a part of him in many special ways. Special thanks to Lewis & Brady Builders Supply, Fairmont NC.

Fairley graduated from Fairgrove High School and went on to become self-employed for 54 years at Fairmont Upholstery in Fairmont, NC. He enjoyed fishing, baseball, golf and softball over his life. His most precious talent however was how he was able to love and touch people during his life. He was a people person and in his lifetime he was well-loved and respected by anyone that knew him.
To know Fairley was to share his favorite memories, listen to his stories, to laugh, to cry, and to love a man who will be greatly missed!

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Susan Locklear
   Posted Mon July 29, 2019
Fairley even though I have not been around you in a few years, I will always remember how kind and loving you were to me. You were like an uncle to me. I will always remember the times I went with Lynn to your shop. You have a new body now. You and Garren take care of one another. Love you and will always remember the person that you are. Spread your wings and rest high on that mountain.

rachel sampson
   Posted Mon July 29, 2019

Thinking of you during this difficult time. My prayers are with you and your family.

Sheriff Burnis Wilkins
   Posted Tue August 06, 2019
Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

Thinking of Your Family at this time. God bless you...

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