December 26, 1947 - August 10, 2020
Estil Levon “Skeeter” Pritchett, 72, of Trenton, GA, passed away Monday, August 10, 2020 at Memorial Hospital with his loving wife Sandra by his side.
Skeeter is survived by his wife of 30 years, Sandra; daughters, Sherry Denise (David) Morrison of Atlanta, Jessica Smith of Trenton; sons, Kevin (Valerie) Pritchett of Huntsville, Alex Smith of Trenton, Will (Kassie) Smith of Bryant, Derek (Courtney) Pritchett of Cedar Lake, IN; grandchildren, Lance, Logan (Sarah), Lexy, Kaylin, Sarah (Matthew), Chase (Kaitlyn), Charis, Claire, Maleia, Tanner, Liam, Ryder, Zane, Eleanor, Mila; great grandchildren, Killian, Isabella, Brewer; sister Gloria (Royce) Cornelison; brothers-in-law Edgar (Loretta) Hawkins, Mike (Denise) Hawkins, Buddy (Martha) McAllister, Clarence (Pam) McAllister, Robert McAllister, Louis Chance; sisters-in-law, Linda Black, Diane (John) Robinson, Marthie Dodson. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Joan McAllister, sister Darlene Chance, brother Eugene Pritchett, brothers-in-law junior Baker, Shelton Black, and parents Tee and Opal Pritchett.
Skeeter was a devoted husband, loving father, caring “Papa”, and loyal servant of God who dedicated his life to the Lord in 1967. He was a faithful member of Griffin Holiness Church for 30 years. He found great joy in helping those in need and was known by his many friends for his boundless generosity. He worked as a salesman and general contractor most of his life, founding P & C Construction in 1993 and overseeing the daily operations until his retirement in 2008. Skeeter enjoyed traveling, deep sea fishing, raising cattle and exotic animals, and spending time with his grandchildren.
Viewing will be at Cornerstone Funeral Home Friday, August 21 5-8 cst. However, to respect social distancing guidelines the family wishes to greet friends in a drive-through celebration of life at Cornerstone on Saturday, August 22, 2020 from 11am-1 pm cst with a private family service following. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Griffin Holiness Church or sympathies to the family by mail.