Karl Rhydon Owens, Jr

Mr. Karl Rhydon Owens, Jr, age 80, passed away on the evening of Tuesday, September 17, 2019 surrounded by family at his home in Kingsland.  Mr. Owens was born March 5, 1939 in Gainesville, FL to the late Karl Owens, Sr. and Margaret Gross Owens.                                           

Karl was a Realtor in Gainesville, where he lived for the majority of his adult life. After retiring, he and his wife, Janet, moved to Kingsland, which was his mother’s hometown. Karl and Janet enjoyed reconnecting with all his family. He spent the remainder of his time doing the things that brought him a great deal of joy; building his barn on property he truly loved, using his tractor on the property, planting fruit trees, hunting and spending time with his immediate and extended family as well as friends. 

Mr. Owens is survived by his beloved wife, Janet Owens, of Kingsland; his daughters, Melinda (Micheal) Allen, of Cedar Key, FL and Kelly (Adam) Brown, of Jacksonville, FL; his sister, Karen (Gary) Owensby, of Sapphire, NC; his grandchildren, Katelyn Parham, Bobby Parham, Kyle Willis (Salina Cardias), Kory Willis (Kelsey Lynch), Haley Brown, and Emily Brown; and his great-grandchildren, Luke Parham and Landon Parham. 

A celebration of Mr. Owens’ life will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 28, 2019 at Pineland Community Center. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/PFFTribute/KarlRhydonOwensJr

Coastal Camden Funeral Home in Kingsland, Georgia is entrusted with Mr. Owens’ arrangements.

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