Reginald James Dublin was born October 5, 1957, in Terrell County, to the parentage of the late Cleo Shannon Dublin and Sammie Lee Dublin.
Affectionately known to many as “Red”, he was educated in the public schools of Terrell County and later in life relocated to Dougherty County.
Early in his life, he was introduced to the Lord. He accepted Christ as his personal Savior and became a member of Jerusalem Baptist Church in Sasser, Georgia.
On Wednesday, October 6, 2021, he was released from the cares of this life, and he peacefully slipped away. Along with his parents, he is preceded in death by his daughter, Katrina Dublin.
Reginald was a former employee of Gold Coast Detail Services and a jack of all trades. If there was a task to be completed, he was the one to call. His motto was “Be the best at whatever it is that you do and do it well.”
He leaves many wonderful and fond memories to his loving and devoted sisters, Patricia Dublin and Linda Dublin of Albany, Georgia; his brother, Gary Dublin (Dee) of Albany, Georgia; his loving and devoted aunt, Mary Alice Holloway (Henry) of Albany, Georgia; his niece, Nakoacious Dublin of Albany, Georgia; his nephews, Traizia Knight, Earnest Lawson, and Gerald Countryman, all of Albany, Georgia; and his great nephew, Ethan Lawson.
He also leaves a host of loving and devoted cousins, Lorenzo Brown, Darrell Holloway (Annette), Henry Holloway (Jackie), Willie Shannon (Connie) and LaDonna Brown-Barthell, all of Albany, Georgia; Alicia Harvey, Marie Walker (Bill), Ethel Finch, all of Americus, Georgia; Carolyn Tell of Sasser, Georgia; Johnny Rogers and Vincent Rogers of Atlanta, Georgia; Timothy Brown of New Site, Alabama; George Rogers of Tuskegee, Alabama; and a host of other relatives and many sorrowing friends.