John Henry Jolly Jr.

Saturday, August 8, 1959 - Wednesday, November 10, 2021

A Wonderful Father and Grandfather

Photo of John Henry Jolly Jr. - 1959-2021

Clyde – John Henry Jolly, Jr., age 62, passed away unexpectedly at his home on Wednesday, November 10, 2021.

A native and resident of Haywood County for most of his life, John was born August 8, 1959 to the late John Henry Jolly, Sr., and the late Glennie Ewart Jolly. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers, Gary, Vance, and Samuel Jolly; grandson, Christopher Crowe, Jr.; and his cousin, Popcorn Sutton.

Mr. Jolly was a gifted upholsterer and used his craft talents for finishing furniture. John enjoyed riding his motorcycle through the beautiful mountains he called home, and as a natural storyteller, he would share his “old-timey” stories with his family and friends. He cherished his time with his family, especially his grandchildren, and their memories together shall never be forgotten.

Surviving are his daughters, Desiree Crowe and husband Chris, and Chastity Bolick all of Morganton; grandchildren, Bryson, Nevaeh, Chrissie, Kaylee, and Christian; brother, Steve Jolly; as well as several cousins, nephews, and a niece.

To honor Mr. Jolly’s request, no formal services will be held.

Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored to be caring for the Jolly family.

 

Condolences from family and friends

"Your wings were ready, but my heart was not" you are dearly missed daddy. Your grandchildren miss you. We all love you. Until we meet again.
Desiree
Me and ralph had some good times with john watched his children grow up he was a awesome friend R.I.P you will be missed
Rita Smith
John, you were always there for friend's and for all the kid's in the park where we lived, they looked up to you with respect due to the fact they knew you were there to make sure no one bothered them. Now still your going to be their guarden Angel for all time. We'll miss seeing your smile and wise cracks but we'll know your still watching over is all once again my friend.
Joy Bellamy