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John Wayne Couch, 68 of Blountstown, Florida formerly of Columbus, Georgia died Tuesday April 10, 2018 at Columbus Hospice.
Mr. Couch was known by some as John and others as Wayne. He was born August 30, 1949 in Blountstown, Florida the son of the late Oscar Clayton Couch and Ada Florence Smith Couch. He lived in Columbus, Georgia and later moved back to his hometown of Blountstown, Florida. Mr. Couch was a self- employed painter having painted both commercial and residential projects. He had many hobbies over the years his love for salt water fishing, golf and his love of music. He loved all types of music especially Jazz, R and B and Rock N Roll. Mr. Couch loved to garden and grow things such as tomatoes and various other vegetables. He not only grew the vegetables, but later turned them into his creations of chow chow and pepper sauces. Mr. Couch love to keep up with his local high school football teams and love Florida State Football and all sports. Mr. Couch also loved to keep up with the news on the television and newspapers. He was an avid reader and a loyal democrat.
He is survived by his daughter Rachel Couch McGee and her husband Jeff of Columbus, Georgia; son Jody Couch of Alpharetta, Georgia; three grandchildren Garrette Wright, Hannah Wright and Sarah White all of Columbus, Georgia; two brothers Broward Couch of Blountstown, Florida and Raymond Couch of Marianna, Florida; sister Grace Couch Bush of Marianna, Florida; several nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews.
A graveside service for Mr. John Wayne Couch will be held 10:00 AM Saturday, April 21, 2018 at the Magnolia Baptist Church Cemetery in Blountstown, Florida.
The family request that in lieu of flowers contributions may be given in memory of John Wayne Couch to Columbus Hospice 7020 Moon Road Columbus, Georgia 31909.
The Couch family is being assisted with the arrangements by Georgia Cremation 7500 Veterans Parkway Suite A Columbus, Georgia 31909. The family invites you to leave a condolence and memories below