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Robert James Macon

August 24, 1956 — May 20, 2024

Robert James Macon died in Columbus, OH on May 20, 2024 after a long battle with Cancer. He was born August 24, 1956 in Opelika, AL at Lee County Hospital. Robert accepted Christ as his personal Savior at an early age at White Street Baptist Church in Auburn, Alabama. He was educated in the Auburn School System where he graduated from Auburn High School. During his teen and young adult years, he worked at Krispy Cream Donuts and The Lee County Bulletin. He went on to receive a Culinary Arts Degree in Columbus, OH.  He enjoyed being a Chef. After retirement, Robert was a faithful volunteer at the Veteran’s Administration in Columbus, OH. He enjoyed also helping others in the community with food and shelter when needed. Robert was a faithful server of God, even in illness he had prayer and worship sessions at his home.

He held and shared great family memories with the younger generations and he always had a warm laugh to share. His style was impeccable and he loved fashion. He is survived by siblings: Sisters - Ovalia (Artie) Grady of Auburn, AL and Doreen Macon of Opelika, AL; 5 nieces, 4 nephews, 16 great nieces and nephews, 5 great great nieces and nephews all over the country who all affectionately loved him with 2of his  nieces, Shawand (Tyrone) Thornton and Natasha (Davyeon) Groves being very dear to him; Best Friends - Emma Barnett, Melvin Smith, Wilma Moore, Anita Yancey, Walter Harris and Wilbert Diggs. Many other cousins and friends that he cherished. He is preceded in death by parents - Samuel Macon Sr. and Mattie Pear Macon along with his brother Samuel Macon Jr., Brother Larry Macon, Sister Lola Lane and Brother in Law Jimmy Lane. 

Thank you to those that loved him and were able to enjoy his phenomenal presence. Our family will cherish him always. A memorial service will take place and be announced at a later date and time.

 A LIGHT

A light from our house is gone. A voice we loved is still. A place is vacant in our home, which never can be filled. It is hard to part with one so dear, little we thought the time so short. Farewell dear one, your life is past, our love for you will always last.

                          Sorrowfully submitted,

                                The Family


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