Jeremy Wakefield

Jeremy Wakefield, 44, of Hartselle, formerly of Double Springs, passed away Monday, August 3, 2020 in Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga, TN.

Born February 22, 1976 in Baton Rouge, LA. He is the son of Deborah Lynn Page and Arlin "Laymon" Wakefield, Jr. and the husband of Marisa Cox Wakefield. He graduated from Winston County High School and completed his Associate's in Applied Science at Wallace State Community College. Jeremy and Marisa were married for 17 years.  They had 2 children, Brady Laymon and Abigail Grace. They had most recently attended church at Cornerstone Church of Moulton.

He is survived by his wife, Marisa Cox Wakefield; daughter, Abigail Grace Wakefield; son, Brady Laymon Wakefield; sisters, Julie Katherine Wakefield and Patricia Lynn Wakefield; sister-in-law, April Cox Linley; brothers-in-law, Lancey Linley, Jamie Cox and Zach Cox; nieces, Valerie Wackenhut, Mary-Catherine Cox, Brooke Cox and Meagan Claire Linley and nephews, John Thomas Linley, Nathen Fell Parker Scott and Wyatt Linley.

Jeremy was preceded in death by his parents and also by Mr. Sam Page, grandfather; and Mrs. Christine Page, grandmother; Mr Arlin Laymon Wakefield Sr., grandfather, and Mrs.Martha "Sybil" Wakefield, grandmother.

Jeremy was loved by many.  He was kind, gentle and always trying to make others feel better or laugh. He was always available to listen when his friends needed him. He had a love for movies and music. He loved his kids and family, always trying to make sure everyone was safe and taken care of.

His funeral will be held Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 11 AM at First Baptist Church in Double Springs, with burial in the Double Springs Memorial Gardens. Bro. George Whitten officiating.

“There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone the light remains.” – Unknown

You are missed by everyone, although we know we will see your smile again.

Memorial Funeral Home of Guin directing.

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