Celebrating the life of

John A. Eustace

September 11, 1942 - September 19, 2022

John A. Eustace

Guyton, GA

John Eustace, age 79, of Guyton, GA, passed away on Monday, September 19, 2022 at his home, under the care of his family and hospice.  A native of Savannah, he was a Marine Corps veteran, and was previously employed with the Chatham County Police Department, where he spent time on the Drug Squad, the Garden City Police Department, and was a former instructor with the Regional Police Academy at Armstrong State University. He was a lover of country music and a member of several local country bands.  He was a jokester, and loved being funny and making people laugh.  He was an ordained minister.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Pauline, and father, Willie Evans.

Surviving are his wife of 39 years, Jacquelyn Sue Eustace; children, Kim, Kevin, Jennifer (Gabe), Jamie, John, Jr. (Kathy), Richie (Tammy), Jamie (Patty), Jason (Patty), and John Boy (Mary); 21 grandchildren; and five great grandchildren; brother, Steven Evans; two step-brothers, Joe and Larry Evans; and five great grandchildren,.

A memorial service will be Sunday, September 25 ta 3:00 p.m. at River of Life Ministries at 111 Waterford Court, Rincon, GA.



To the family prayers being offered. To John Tom is waiting for you in Heaven John

- Margie Tracy, Blairsville , GA

It was an honor working with John at CCPD. Rest In Peace

- Sharon Anderson, Savannah , GA

I am so very sorry for your loss. Ed and John were friends for many years. May God be with your family in this time of sorrow. May God comfort and bless you all.

- Sabrina Spiva (widow of "Ed" Spiva, Savannah, Georgia

Sorry for your loss. He was a good officer and a friend. May he Rest In Peace and you have the comfort of the Lord.

- RP TAYLOR, Savannah, GA

Prayers for your family, Heaven is a much happier place with the CCPD prankster roaming around. Rest in peace.

- Ginger Reitz Morgan, Savannah, Georgia

John was a forever friend to my husband David. They worked together at Chatham County Police Department for many years. John's sense of humor was amazing and he was so happy to share his "fun" personality with you. John and David can get together now and share memories. You will certainly be missed by your family and friends. RIP

- Betty Culver Hicks, wife of (David Hicks-deceased), Port Wentworth, Georgia

I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Johnny. At this time my prayers go to his wife, children, Grand and Great Grandchildren and of course Steve. I have many great memories growing up with my cousin and will forever cherish them. I pray that God will give you all peace that passes all understanding.

- Ellen McGraw, Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands , Ga

I heard about Johnny my entire life. My dad was in Marine Corps with him when they were 17. They are in heaven singing country music and letting the clouds know they are together again!

- Betsy Cooper (Evon) , Exeter, RI

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel