John Elton Killam

October 4, 2021

Mr. John Elton Killam, age 82, passed away, on Saturday, October 2, 2021 in Pensacola, FL. He has resided most of his life in the Byrneville, Fl area. He was a member of Beulah Chapel.

Mr. Killam was an Army Veteran, retired from Container Corporation in Brewton, AL. He enjoyed sitting at the store drinking coffee and solving the worlds problems. He was the founder of B&J Meat Processing of Century, FL.

Mr. Killam is preceded in death by his parents, Samuel and Dora Lee Hanks Killam, one brother, Samuel Edgar Killam, two sisters, Evelyn O. Killam and Earline Hayles.

Mr. Killam is survived by his loving wife of fifty- eight years, Betty Killam, of Byrneville, FL; three sons, John Victor Kilam, of Pensacola, FL; John Vincent “Vince” (Dawn) Killam, of Cantonment, FL; Jeffery Elton (Karen) Killam, of Byrneville, FL; sister-in- law, Mary L. Herrin, of Byrneville, FL; four grandchildren, Sarah Burnett, Hannah Killam, Kelby Killam, Joey Killam, three great- grandchildren, Zephyr Burnett, Zella Burnett, Raven Killam, other relatives, and friends.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 7, 2021 at 11:00 AM at Beulah Chapel Assembly of God with Rev. Tim Floyd officiating.

Burial will follow at Beulah Chapel Cemetery.

Visitation will be held Thursday, October 7, 2021 from 10:00 AM until service time at 11:00 AM at Beulah Chapel Assembly of God.

Pallbearers will be Kelby Killam, Joey Killam, Tommy Knowles, Jeremy Barnes, and Mike Beals, and Buddy Trawick

Honorary pallbearers will be Arnold Burkett, Lavon Littles, Herman Armstrong, Keith Hayles. David Corley, and Regi Burkett.


2 Responses to “John Elton Killam”

  1. Julie Booth-Moran on October 9th, 2021 4:10 am

    Mr John always had a smile when he stopped in. Our prayers are with Mrs Betty and all the Killam family. May God be with you all and comfort you during this difficult time.
    Mr. John will be missed by us all.
    Sincere Sympathies,
    Julie & the employees of Century Pharmacy.

  2. Angi B on October 7th, 2021 1:20 am

    Sending thoughts and prayers to the family.
    Mr. Killam was such a kind man, I was glad to
    have had the pleasure of meeting him years ago,
    when he would come to the store and hang out and chit chat
    with some of the other gentlemen.
    May he rest in peace…

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