C.S. "Sherb" Livesay, of Lawrenceville, GA passed away Saturday, August 3, 2013. He was born in Danville, VA on August 21, 1930. Sherb was a Korean War Veteran and was retired from NCR. He is survived by his wife of almost 60 years, Beverley, five children, Douglas Pam, William Bettina, Steven Alexis, Kenneth Donna and Amy Todd Andy, thirteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren, two brothers, John Jeannie and Powell Brenda. A celebration of life service will be held Friday, August 9, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel. Father Tim Watts from St. Mary and Martha Episcopal Church will officiate. The family will receive freinds one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers those wishing to make memorial gifts may do so to Homestead Hospice, 10888 Crabapple Rd, Roswell, GA 30075, or to the American Cancer Society in memory of C.S. Livesay

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  1. Mrs. Livesay and family:

    I was so sorry to hear of Mr. Livesay’s passing. Praying for God’s mercy and peace in this most difficult time.

  2. Mrs. Livesay and family:
    I was saddened to hear of the passing of Mr. Livesay.
    May he rest in everlasting peace.

  3. Dearest Bev and family, I can’t express how much you all mean to me. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    The memories I have of time spent with you are priceless, and I will treasure them always. Summer wasn’t summer without seeing Bev and Sherby and family. Love to you all, and God bless you.

  4. Sherb was one of the kindest and gentlest men I have ever known. His legacy lives on in his wonderful and remarkable family.

    Peace be with him.

  5. What wonderful memories everyone who knew Sherb must have, his jokes, his laughter, his kindness and most of all his love for his family. Please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers. We love each of you and share in your saddness.

  6. Amy and Andy,
    Words can’t express how sorry we were to here of your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  7. Amy and Andy and family,
    Words can’t express how sorry we were to here of your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Our sincerest sympathy.

    Look to your memories for comfort and to your friends for understanding.

  8. Bev and Family
    We were saddened to hear of Sherb’s recent passing; he meant so much to my mother and father and that affection carried over to all of the Blair children. I will never forget the trips to Richmond, the Henry-J coming over the mountain to see us, and all the wonderful times playing golf on the Outer Banks with my cousin Sherb, who I always called the “Pro”. God bless you all.

    Love, Ed and Joanne Blair

  9. My condolences to the Livesay family. I played golf with Sherb at Northwood and he was truely a wonderful person.

    God Bless

  10. To the Livsey Family,
    My deepest sympathy to you all. I played a lot of golf and cards with Sherb over the years and never met a kinder human being. I am sure that you will take much comfort in remembering the pure joy that Sherb found in the people and activities of his life. He will be truly missed. Sincerely, Dave Owlett

  11. Aunt Bev & Cousins: I am so sorry about Uncle Sherby and that I couldn’t make it down there. Chris and I are thinking of you today. Maybe our generation can bring back the extended family BPLs – I have many fond memories of our reunions in GA! With sympathy and love…

  12. Amy and Andy,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of grief. May Gods Peace be with you and your family

  13. Amy and Andy,
    Our thoughts are with you at this time of grief. Prayers and Peace to you and your family.

  14. To the Livesay Family: My prayers go out to all of you. Sherb was one of my best golfing buddies and he surely will be missed. He took me into his 9:00am golf group at Stone Mountain Golf Course back when I moved to Atlanta in 1980. You will never find a more kinder man than Sherb.

  15. Dear Bev & Family, Our sincerest sympathy to all of you. Sherb always found the joy in life. I’m proud to of called him friend and golf buddy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  16. Bev and Livesay family:

    So sorry to learn of Sherb’s passing. He was a very dedicated and dependable employee and I know such was true in his personal life as well as his performance for NCR. I enjoyed having Sherb not only for his dependability but his pleasant and caring personality and great sense of humor.

    May God bless his loved ones and may God bless his sole.

    Dick Mohr

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