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Anthony Wade Cash
October 25, 1970 ~ June 12, 2023 (age 52) 52 Years Old
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Anthony Wade Cash, 52, affectionately known by his family and friends as, “Tony” passed away on Monday, June 12, 2023 at St. Joseph’s Hospital after an extended illness.
A resident of Jesup for the past forty years and former resident of Savannah, Georgia, Tony was born on October 25, 1970 in Lexington, Kentucky. He worked over eighteen years at Chemtall Inc. in Riceboro, Georgia before his health forced retirement. Tony loved joking around and having fun. He was a longtime active member of Calvary Baptist Church in Jesup and he excelled as a husband and father by loving his family using the example set forth by Jesus Christ. In his spare time, Tony enjoyed hunting, fishing and watching NASCAR, the Atlanta Braves and the Kentucky Wildcats Basketball team. His infant brother, Paul Wayne Cash, Jr. and his sister, Lori Holland, both preceded him in death.
Survivors include his wife of twenty-four years, Tammy Sutton Cash ; son Drake Cash and mother and father, Carolyn and Bill Holland all of Jesup; half-sister, Jacqueline Gray and family and half-brother, Jody Woodrum and family all of Lexington, Kentucky; sister-in-law, Ginger Jernigan and husband, Greg of Jesup and a much loved nephew, Phillip Collins. His beloved feline companions, Anita and Kelly, who will deeply miss their, “Daddy Pig,” and numerous aunts, uncles, friends and extended family members also survive.
Private memorial services will be held at a later date.
Tony fought hard while dealing with health issues and always remained optimistic, even until the very end. He would always smile and say, “Everything is gonna be alright.” He passed away with a deep faith in his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.