Date of Death: January 18, 2021

Service Details

According to family wishes, cremation will be conducted. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, 17852 S. River Rd., Three Rivers. Pastor Terry Cropper will officiate.

Obituary Notice

Jimmy Lee “Gee,” “Geebo” McGee, 68, of Three Rivers, passed away Monday, January 18, 2021 at Borgess Medical Center.

He was born September 1, 1952 in Brookhaven, Miss., the son of Roosevelt Jr. and Annie Lee (Martin) McGee.

A Three Rivers resident since age 9, Jimmy graduated in 1970 from Three Rivers High School where he played football, baseball, and basketball and ran track.

He retired from Simplex, now Ox Paperboard, in Constantine after 38 years of dedicated employment.

Jimmy loved fishing, watching sports (especially football, basketball and baseball), and being PaPa to his grandchildren.

Remaining to cherish his memory are his son, Craig McGee of Three Rivers; daughter, Aquanetta (Tyrone) Henderson of Acworth, Ga.; grandchildren, Darrius and Addisyn Henderson; former spouse, Catheryn McGee; mother, Annie Lee McGee of Three Rivers; brothers, Kenneth, Troy and Ron McGee; sisters, Elizabeth McGee, Bobbie Mackey and Bonnie McCord.

Jimmy was preceded in death by his father; brothers, Roy and Thomas McGee; and granddaughter, Angel Anna Marie Henderson.

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    • Im so sorry for your loss to the mcgee family and craig and netta i know oh so well what your going thur after losing my dad 3 years ago i loved jimmy to death he was such a sweetheart like a uncle to me our dads working at simplex together over 25 years they were like best friends he will be greatly missed by all of us i know him and dad the min he entered those gates they starting shooting the breese RIH jimmy

  1. I will always remember Jimmy as a friend and classmate. Our paths went a different way after school and we always made time to catch up when we met. We were the children of River Road and proud of it,and our parents and siblings,

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