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James Crews

Jimmy was a pleasant fellow to work with always there to help you out. God rest his soul

Tim Meadows

I had the privilege to know Jimmy as a personal friend, fishing buddy, fellow Gator hater, & all around nice guy for 50 years. Im saddened by his passing. God speed to you, Jimmy as you trek enternity.

Sherry Sutton

Such a dear special friend. I know he and Donnie are carrying on in heaven. I’m sorry and sad about his passing. Love and prayers to family Rest in peace dear friend

Genie Duggan


I just knew him from around town. Have not seen him in many years. Such a plesant man and always a smile on his face. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

Dan Peacock

Another classmate gone.

Ted Green

Jimmy will be well remembered and truly missed by all who knew him. Condolences to his family.

Shannon & Sandie O’Conner

LaVerne, We were sadden to hear of Jimmy’s passing. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Moke Taylor

My condolences to family. Jimmy was always the center of the conversation, as said earlier he never met a stranger. He would always offer a story even if he may have told you before.(he might have gotten that from his Dad). RIP Jimbo yoj will be missed.

James "Jimmy" David Mock


James David Mock, 79, of Kingsland, Georgia, formerly of Fernandina Beach, Florida, passed away on Sunday, March 10, 2024.

James “Jimmy” Mock was born on September 27, 1944, in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee to the late James Laurie and Belle Mock. As a young child, Jimmy’s family relocated to Fernandina Beach, Florida where he grew up and lived most of his life.

He was a graduate of Fernandina Beach High School and later served in the U.S. Army. Jimmy graduated with an associate degree from Chipola College in Tallahassee. Jimmy started out working on shrimp boats before his path would lead him to the Army and eventually to a lifelong career at the WestRock Papermill in Fernandina Beach where he worked until he retired.

He lived, breathed, ate, and slept FSU Football, ALL THE WAY! Jimmy truly enjoyed fishing and if there was a sport on television then James would watch it. He loved being surrounded with family and friends. He always had a story and was the life of a party. He was a funny, sweet and well-liked man who never met a stranger.

Jimmy was predeceased by his parents, James and Belle Mock, as well as his brother, Benjamin Mock.

He leaves behind a sister, LaVerne Mock of Jacksonville, Florida and his daughter, Christina (David) Kask and his grandchildren, Ian Mock, and Caleb and Tyler Mitchell of Kingsland, Georgia.

Funeral services for Mr. Mock will be held in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors at 11:00 am on Saturday, March 16, 2024. The family will receive friends at 10:00 with burial to take place at Bosque Bello Cemetery in Fernandina Beach afterwards.


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