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Keith Coker

Grace I want you to know that I feel so blessed to have known your Mama for all the years we were married until this very day.Jodie was loving, caring, compassionate and a truly giving soul. She was a smart businesswoman and a loyal friend to so many. She could also be a firecracker from time to time as we all know!I see a lot of Jodie in you Grace. I also see Paw Paw in you, Baw Baw in you and Gran as well. You are a very blessed young lady to have been influenced by these incredible individuals, your family. They will always be with you in your heart. Seek strength from them when you need it. Also know that Kathy and I will always be here for you. We are so proud of you and what you have been able to achieve. Love you so much Daddy.

Pam Langford

Ive never met a more vibrant beautiful person. She was the dearest of friends and i will truly miss her so much. Jodie had an impact on so many lives, mine being one of them. Grace, you and Stewart are in my prayers.

Jodie McWhorter


Jodie McWhorter, 65, of Fernandina Beach, FL, passed away peacefully among family and friends on February 2, 2024. She was born on December 29, 1958, in Edison, GA. Jodie was an avid animal lover and found great joy in spending time with her horse, Willie, as well as her 3 dogs and cat.

Jodie is survived by her daughter, Grace McWhorter of Fernandina Beach, FL, her brother, Stuart McWhorter (sister-in-law, Leigh Anne McWhorter) of Nashville, TN, and stepmother, Michelle McWhorter of Nashville, TN. She was preceded in death by her mother and stepfather, Angel and Jim Westcott of Fernandina Beach, FL, and her father, Clayton McWhorter of Nashville, TN.

Jodie attended Peachtree High School in Dunwoody, GA, and later went on to attend Florida State University. She had a successful career in the business and retail industry in Atlanta, GA. In 1990, Jodie became the proud owner and operator of Come Away Plantation in Warrenton, GA. Come Away Plantation was her passion and lifelong dream to provide an exceptional hunting and fishing experience for patrons across the country. Later, she relocated to Watkinsville, GA.

Jodie was a beautiful person whose life was defined by her love for her daughter, Grace, and her family and friends. Jodie was a honest, dependable, and reliable friend to so many. She will be missed by all those she touched.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Stirrups and Strides at, a therapeutic riding center charity that was close to Jodie's heart.
Join us in remembering Jodie McWhorter and celebrating her life”


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