Rev. James Bennett Higbee – July 19, 2017

Rev. James Bennett Higbee, 61, of Kingsland passed away peacefully on Wednesday evening, July 19, 2017 at Southeast Georgia Health System in Brunswick.
Born August 24, 1955 in Joliette, ILL, he was the son of the late Richard L. and Martha E. Higbee.  He was also preceded in death by his twin sister, Laura Higbee Allen, brother, Charles F. Higbee, and step son, Ryan Scott Harris.
Rev. Higbee had been a resident of Camden County for the past 30 years and a member of the River of Praise Worship Center of Yulee, FL.  He was Past President of the Full Gospel Business Men, influential in training ministers in Honduras, and an Alumini of Rhema Ministerial Association International .
Rev. Higbee was the former Pastor of Living Word Family Church in Kingsland, and loved abundant life and had a strong calling to help others.  He enjoyed riding his Harley, golfing, traveling, and a huge Chicago Cubs fan.  He also played baseball in the minor leagues.  Servant Higbee was and always will be the definition of Love.
Survivors include his wife, Rebecca “Becky” Stover Higbee of Kingsland; sons, David Terrell Harris (Janet) of Fernandina Beach, FL, and Jordan Paul Harris (Alesha) of Beaumont, TX; sister, Elizabeth Higbee Gordan (Ron) of Ill; grandchildren, Jada Harris ad Landon Harris; niece, Violet Allen Havlik and nephew, Paul Allen; sisters in law; Carol S. Meeks and Bettina S. Bobchak; brother in law, Terry Stover.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 1:00 pm at the River of Praise Worship Center in Yulee, FL with Pastor Larry Osburn officiating.  Burial to follow at Sheffield Cemetery in Kingsland.
The family will receive friends at Allison Memorial Chapel in St. Marys from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Friday evening.
Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements.

2 thoughts on “Rev. James Bennett Higbee – July 19, 2017

  1. Elizabeth Higbee Gordon

    His legacy is: Jim touched many lives and brought Jesus Christ and His love to everyone he met.

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  2. Randy Clarke

    Jim had such a wonderful spirit and had an amazing effect on all the men at Folkston. I was privileged to spend many hours with Jim while I was there. We started a music program for the inmates together and a guitar teaching class. We enjoyed many hours of conversation and many laughs together. He was an amazing and giving man always there for all who needed his help. Never one to judge but always seeing the good in everyone and doing his best to bring that out.
    Thank you for your help and friendship – Randy

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