Jerry Lee Maybin

Jerry Lee Maybin, 53, of 106 Etna Court, Inman, passed away on March 19 in Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.

He was born in Ft. Myers, Fla. and was a son of Ruthie Thompson Maybin of Ft. Myers and the late Dennis Maybin.

He was a member of Holiness Temple Pentecostal Church in Landrum. Jerry was an employee of BMW and an avid Clemson fan.

In addition to his mother, he is survived by: sons, Jaylon, Jaysan, and Jaydan Maybin, of Gastonia, N.C., Leonard Maybin and LeAnder Maybin of Brighton, PA, Jerry Maybin of Inman; daughter, Ashley Maybin of Ft. Myers; a sister, Janice Maybin-Glenn of Inman; brothers, Bernard, Dale, and Sam Maybin, of Ft. Myers.

Funeral services will be Saturday, March 25th at 2:00pm in New Pilgrim Baptist Church with Rev. Kenny Thompson officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.

The Gilmore Mortuary

5 thoughts on “Jerry Lee Maybin


  2. Going to miss you cuz you will be truly missed but you in gods hands now RIP cuz

  3. It was an honor ..I know you loved God..clemson..and your family. I’ll see you again my friend..

  4. I was so sorry to read about Jerry’s death! His sons Jaylon, Jaysan, and Jaydan went to Jesse Boyd Elementary and were in the kindergarten class where I was an assistant. Jerry picked them up from school most days, so I got to know him then. He was always so friendly and easy to talk to. We had a good time going back and forth with each other about Clemson vs Auburn, where I went to college. My thoughts and prayers are with the family! Beth Martin

  5. I’m sorry for your loss. Mere words cannot convey the overwhelming feelings of shock, disbelief, numbness, and despair that can result from such tragic, unexpected losses. However, even when the death of a loved one is expected, as might be the case after a long illness, grief can still be very intense. No one is ever totally prepared for the death of a loved one. At such times, we need to go to God’s Word for comfort. Revelation 21:4: And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

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