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Celebrating the life of

Justin M. "J" Chall

Passed away on February 06, 2022

Justin M.

Justin Michael Chall, 44, passed away Sunday, February 6, 2022.  To his friends and family, he was “J”.  J was born June 23, 1977 in St. Louis, MO to Kenneth Chall and Stella McClure.  He served in the United States Marine Corps, and worked as an Avionics Lead at Gulfstream Aerospace for almost 10 years.  J loved music and played many instruments, including the guitar.  He also played Roller Hockey.  J will be remembered as a man who was larger than life, with a loving and caring heart.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife, Cherie Nicole Milner Chall, his three children, Elsa “Eli” Chall, Isaak Chall, and Eden Chall.  He is also survived by his two sisters, Angela Chall and Kelly Schwenk (Gary, Jr.), brother-in-law, Lake Lovell; two nephews, Gary, III.and Carson Schwenk; and his many friends and co-workers at Gulfstream.

A Memorial Service to honor and celebrate his life will be 1:00 p.m., Saturday, February 19, 2022 at Fox & Weeks, Islands 

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I’am so sorry for the loss of a great person.Jay will surely be missed…

- Alan Griffin, Savannah, Ga

May God bless your family as you mourn the loss of good man. I always enjoyed seeing J at work and church.

- Dickey & Jennie Best, Guyton, GA

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Farewell to a good man. Thinking of the children and keeping them in my prayers.

- Sheila Lovell , Jonesboro , Ga

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So sorry for your loss- Justin was a great person.

- Richard Sanders, Savannah, GA

I love you so much daddy and I’ll miss you a lot ❤️

- Eli Chall, Savannah, Georgia

I love you so much daddy and I’ll miss you a lot.

- Eli Chall, Savannah, Georgia

My son Jason told me years ago stories of this awesome man on his crew at Gulfstream who they all considered their comic relief. I had the pleasure of finally meeting J when he came to work at Home Depot as a part time Tool Tech. We connected instantly and he brightened my every day with laughter each time I saw his beautiful smile. We had many great conversations and I soon joked with him about labeling myself as his Bonus Mom” which he was totally on board with. I will miss you so much my lovely son from “another Mother”.

- Brenda (Jason) Ritzenthaler, Savannah/Richmond Hill, Georgia

My son Jason told me years ago stories of this awesome man on his crew at Gulfstream who they all considered their comic relief. I had the pleasure of finally meeting J when he came to work at Home Depot as a part time Tool Tech. We connected instantly and he brightened my every day with laughter each time I saw his beautiful smile. We had many great conversations and I soon joked with him about labeling myself as his Bonus Mom” which he was totally on board with. I will miss you so much my lovely son from “another Mother”.

- Brenda (Jason) Ritzenthaler, Savannah/Richmond Hill, Georgia

Words cannot describe the feelings I have for J, nor adequately express the gratitude our alliance AP has for all he did for us. Sending hugs and prayers for comfort to his family. I have the greatest respect for J personally and always will.

- Jane Bales, Murphy, Texas

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J. Was a wonderful man. My condolences to his wife Cherie and his children. He will never truly be gone. As long as we remember him.

- mary B preston, Springfield, GA

In loving memory of my beloved son who will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

- Kenneth M. Chall, Saint Louis, Missouri

Something told me to Google J this morning for some reason, I hadn’t seen him on Facebook in a while. Sending my condolences to his wife and children. I hope he’s somewhere rocking out.

- Katie Gillespie, Macon, Georgia

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Jay was an amazing man that we were blessed to have in our lives for the past 3 years. He was such an admirable, compassionate person who we could all learn from. Always proud of his incredible children and wife. A compassionate animal lover. A man we owe much to for serving this great country that he loved. An intelligent, wicked sense of humor that always put a smile on a face and laughter in our hearts. A talented musician and passionate at whatever he laid his hands on- whether it was a hockey stick or his next home improvement project. An empathetic, kind soul that could always be counted on for support or just to listen. We miss you, Bayo! Heaven has gained a superstar Angel to watch over us all. To Jay's family- may God comfort you & hold you in His arms. Please accept our deepest condolences.

- Katherine & Aaron, Gilbert, AZ

In your time of mourning I wish to extend my deepest sympathies. Jay was someone whom I considered a friend and he will be missed. My condolences and prayers will be with you.

- Michael Neagley, PEMBROKE, Georgia

J always had the uncanny talent to make you feel comfortable in any situation. To know him was to love him. My heart breaks for all of us that loved him.

- Jacquelyn Karwoski, St Simons Island, GA

J, you were pretty much the only friend I had at gulfstream; we have had many conversations. And I will miss those conversations. You were a kind-hearted, light spirited entity that I needed in my life, and I thank you every day for that. I will continue to pray for your wife and kids, as I know you will truly be missed. Rock out J.... rock out!

- Colleen H Hollis, Guyton, GA

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- Colleen H Hollis, Guyton, GA

I cannot express the sorrow I feel with the loss of Jay. He was one of my technicians at Gulfstream for many years, a little brother, as well as a true friend. I am so very blessed to have had him in my life. He was always striving to better himself, not only as a great avionics tech, but in every part of his life. He was a jokester and had a contagious personality that always brought light to those around him. As we all mourn the loss of Jay, we know he will be bringing his light to heaven with him. God bless and keep you and your family my friend

- Ryan Zaiser, Hampstead, NC

J you will be missed brother. I am gonna miss all the laughs we had at work . May the gates of Valhalla be open to you with open arms brother.

- Shane Kim, savannah, ga

Jay was the greatest friend anyone could ask for.He was someone who loved life and brought out the best in people. I will miss our conversations about how life has changed over the years and reflecting back on how much we have grown.

- Jon Ladzinske, Sandy springs, GA

J was a good dude and will be missed.

- Ryan Cherry, Charleston , Sc

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My heart hurts my friend. You will be missed! I will pray for your children, your family.

- Robert Damiano, Pooler, GA

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It broke my heart to hear of this tragic loss. J was a face I often looked for when returning to the Service Center. He was a man of and for the people, someone that shared a his mind unapologetically, and loved to share a smile. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. My love and prayers to his family.

- MARDAFFEN CLARK, Guyton, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel
912-898-0900