Otis Polk Guillebeau, Jr.

otis guillebeau, jr.

April 24, 1929 ~ January 17, 2012

Born in: Augusta, Georgia
Resided in: Stone Mountain, GA

Otis Polk Guillebeau, Jr, age 82, of Stone Mountain, GA passed away Tuesday, January 17, 2012. He is survived by his wife, Jean Guillebeau; sons, Otis Polk Guillebeau, III and David Horace Guillebeau; 4 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren; brother, Robert Arthur Guillebeau.

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  1. Sonny was a true man of God, who had the most giving heart. Our prayers go out to Jean and the family!

    Our lives have been touched by Sonny!

  2. Ms. Jean, So sorry hear about your lifetime partner Mr. Sonny. You and Mr. Sonny have meant so much to so many people thru out the years. I know he will be greatly missed. Raechel & Mike Conner

  3. Dear “Mrs. Jean” and family:

    We are so sorry to learn of Brother Sonny’s passing and we know that your hearts are broken. We hurt for you and love you. My heart is comforted just knowing that he is with our Jesus and I know that our children, Wesley and Mindy, were there to greet him upon his arrival into Heaven. Brother Sonny was always so good to our children. The Walker family has loved you and Brother Sonny for many years and even though there have been miles between us, our thoughts have been of you so often. Please know that your sweet husband was a powerful influence as our Sunday School Teacher at Glen Haven Baptist. His love for Jesus, you, family and brothers and sisters in Christ will be the legacy he leaves for us to remember and be inspired for years to come.
    May God bless you and pour His love out on you during this sad time for you and your family.

    Our love and sympathy,
    Steve and Melanie

  4. Mama Jean,

    Although my heart is weeping for the loss of Mr. Sonny, my spirit is joyous. For, Mr. Sonny now walks with Jesus. It is truly an honor to know that he loved me and called me friend. If ever God was to add another book to the Bible it would be called The book of Otis. Forever in my heart will he live.I will end this note with the final words he would say on every email. “We love you a heap and a bushel, be blessed”


  5. Dear Jean and Family,

    I’m SO sorry I was unable to attend the funeral but Mama’s health is not good and I couldn’t leave her this past Friday. You are in my prayers. I have so many good memories of the years we attended church together and the years I worked for Bro. Sonny. Please send an e-mail to me so that I will know how to get in touch with you.

    Tim and I love you!

  6. Just found out about Sonny’s death and am so sorry for your loss. I love you and would love to see you. Email me if you can.

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