Joseph "JB" Britton RaynorJuly 22, 1945 ~ September 17, 2017 (age 72)
Joseph Britton “JB” Raynor, 72, of Fayetteville, passed away on Sunday, September 17, 2017. He was a loving husband, father, brother and friend.
JB owned and operated JB Raynor Construction Company for almost 30 years providing quality remodeling and home improvements services. His company and customers were a great source of pride for him. JB was dedicated to providing quality remodeling and repairs needed for his clients. He had a spirit larger than life and was always willing to help people when he could. He loved to work with his hands, repairing cars or tending his garden, canning vegetables, making homemade wine and hot sauce.
He loved and provided for his family. Our hearts are comforted by knowing we will meet again one day.
He was preceded in death by his parents James “Archie” Raynor and Martha Ann Edwards Raynor; six siblings, Hubert Coty Raynor, Harvey Edward Raynor, James Archie Raynor Jr, Albert Franklin Raynor, William Leslie Raynor and Houston E Raynor.
JB is survived by his wife, Mary Joyner Raynor of the home; his son, Joseph Andrew Raynor and wife, Stephanie of Faribault, MN; a daughter Wendy Raynor Polumbo and husband, Tim of Rainbow City, AL; eight grandchildren, Lane Michael Mansi, Breanna Raquel Law, Summer Baily Raynor, all of Faribault, Bryan Mitchel Byrd and wife, Kristel of Clovis, NM, Lauren Ashley Bergamine and husband, Tony of Fayetteville, Andrew Anthony Raynor of Rainbow City, Chadwick Aubrey Johnson and Ashley Johnson Page and husband, Ken all of Fayetteville; six great grandchildren, Victory Elise Byrd, Violet Ann-Marie Byrd, Kayden Lillith Fowler, Khloey Izabella Bergamine, Paul Page and Izzabelle Page; and four siblings, Luby Allen Raynor of Columbia, S.C., Doris Ellen Raynor Altman, Larry Raynor and wife, Edna all of Dunn and John Harold “Jay Bird” Raynor and wife, Frances of Meadow; and many nieces and nephews.
A visitation will be held from 6 pm to 8 pm Thursday, September 21, 2017 at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to be made to St. Jude Hospital or Ronald McDonald house in his name.