Howard Kenneth Bradley Partion, age 77, departed this life to Fish in the River of Life on Tuesday, April 21, 2020.
He was born on March 27, 1943, in Adairsville, Ga. He has been reunited with his parents, Clark Emmett and Eura Thomas Partion of Adairsville, Ga., and his wives, Jeanette, of Alabama, and Margaret Partion, of Chatsworth, Ga. He is also going to be reunited with his brother, Harold Jack Partion, of Dalton, and sisters, Wilma Goodnight Evans and Bonnie Goodnight Hufstetler, of Calhoun, Ga, and his best friend, Ronnie Holder of Calhoun, Ga.
He has left behind his earthly treasures, Eugene and Roxie Rogers, of Danville, Penny and Bobby Holloway Jr, of Chatsworth, Anna and Melvin Harrington, of Ringgold, Amy and Eloy Ortiz, of Dalton, Kenneth Bradley “Levi” Partion, of Cartersville, Teresa and Ronald Cronnon, of Calhoun, Rhonda and Scott King, of Adairsville, Zena Smith, of Lancing, Tn, Erin Partion of Alabama; grandchildren, Michael, Ricky, Cory, Anthony, Jose, Kevin, Logan, Colton, Tyler, Lucas, Jeremy, Trystan, Dallas, Allen, Ashley, Tequila, Kayla, Kyana, Maria, Vanessa, Rose, Bianca, Jasmine, Nakita, Gloria, Larica, Savannah, Heavenly, and Gracie: great-grandchildren, Oakley, Braylen, Kenzli, Destiny, Hazel, Mckynna, Tasia, Magnolia, Gavin, Paisley, Hadley, Charlie, Nolan, Katie, Elliot, Veronica, and Beckham.
Howard, or as he was called Ducky or Pops, was proud of his family and his own accomplishments. He was proud of getting his GED during one of his many prison stints and could escape almost any place or situation he got himself in. He was called Puddin’ in his younger days, as he was smooth as pudding and just as sweet, according to his many loves. He loved a meal of cornbread, Chow Chow, and beans with milk. He would steal from the rich and considered himself Robin Hood for he would turn around and
give to the poor along with his best friend, Ronnie Holder. He did find forgiveness and turned his life around, and became a deacon in his local church, the
Chatsworth, Ga Church of God of the Union Assembly. He loved God above all else and would tell you that’s all that mattered.
Pops is now retired and is spending his eternity resting with his Savior. The family will have a private service at a later time.
Arrangements made with integrity by Shawn Chapman Funeral Home, Crematory, and Monuments www.shawnchapmanfh.com