Paul Thomas Pokines

Mr. Paul Thomas Pokines, age 75 of Kingsland, Ga., passed away on the evening of February 17th, 2019 at the Warner Center in Fernandina Beach, Fl.

Mr. Pokines was born on March 27th, 1943 in Troy, Ny to the late Stephen and Elizabeth Pokines.

Mr. Pokines is survived by his beloved wife, Georgia Pokines of Kingsland, Ga.; his sons, Steven (Connie) Pokines of Vermont, Shaun (Ann) Pokines and Scott (Barbara) Pokines, all of Kingsland, Ga., Shane (Nicole) Pokines and Shannon (Carolyn) Pokines, all of Yulee, Fl.; his sister, Donna Marie Johnson of Ny; his grandchildren, Jessica, Steven, Jr., Brett, Tyler, Kailynn, Allison, Shaun, Jr., Samantha, Sebrina, Cody, Jordan, Hayden, Logan, and Emily; his great-grandchildren, Carson, Kennedy, Abi, Alice, Evelyn, and Lillyan.

A memorial visitation will be held for Mr. Pokines at 1 pm Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 at Coastal Camden Funeral Home in Kingsland, Ga.

Memorial Contributions may be made in Mr. Pokines’ name to the Nemours Children’s Hospital by phone, 1-888-494-5251 or online https://secure.qgiv.com/event/931769/

March 27, 1943 – February 17, 2019

4 thoughts on “Paul Thomas Pokines

  1. Pat Pitti

    Paul was the kind of man that you liked from the moment you met him, his quick wit always left you laughing. Thanks for the memories Paul, you will be missed my friend.

    With love and much respect,
    Pat and Belinda Pitti

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  2. Bradford Lunt

    Pokey and I were friends for 35 years and worked together at PNSY in Portsmouth NH and at Trident Refit in GA. In the 80s we worked nuclear power plants on submarines. As you can imagine this work required the utmost in integrity and careful attention to detail. Paul had both. We used to talk cars all the time,man he loved machinery and it was only surpassed by his main passion which was his family. He was my supervisor my friend and I will miss him. Paul was the kinda guy you wanted in your life boat and I was glad he was and still is in mine. To his family, let me express my deepest sympathy. We had him for awhile and you will see him again. See you on the other side Pokey.

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  3. Ed Hawkins

    Paul was a kind hearted soul always had a grin and ready with a joke. I worked with Paul when he was at Portsmouth and he left a lasting impression on everyone.

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  4. Ed Hawk

    I worked with Paul when he was at Portsmouth and he always had a smile and sometimes it was a grin that could make you wonder what was coming next. Always of good humor and ready to help when it was needed. A really great person and he will be missed by all.

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