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ABOUT THE MARCY FAMILY


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The Marcy Family has lived in the Atlanta area for over thirty (30) years. An Atlanta native, Gina grew up in Cobb County, attended North Cobb High School, and graduated from Kennesaw State University. Kevin moved to Georgia in 1986 after attending Ohio University. Once in Atlanta, he graduated from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service.

Kevin became a licensed funeral director in 1996, continuing the Marcy legacy for a fifth generation. Kevin and his wife, Gina, founded Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services in Acworth in 2012, continuing the Marcy heritage in funeral service. 

Kevin and Gina have two married sons – Wade (Amanda) and Reed (Fabiola), and four grandchildren Mason, Jaxon, Charolette, Marina.


Long History of Family Service

Generations of Marcy's

Marcy's Love the Military

The Marcy Family has a long history of serving families during their times of loss. Prior to starting Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, Kevin and Gina also founded Dream Land Pet Memorial Center in 2006. As animal lovers themselves, it was a true heartfelt calling to help others deal with losing their furry family members.

The first full-service pet funeral home in Georgia, Dream Land is still in business and located next door to the Georgia Funeral Care chapel in Acworth, Georgia.

In 1868, soon after the Civil War, Willard Marcy, Kevin’s great-great-grandfather, began serving the funeral needs of Conneaut, Ohio residents in a former blacksmith shop in East Conneaut. Willard’s son, Charles, took over in 1896 and eventually settled in the present location at the corner of Liberty and Harbor Streets in 1918.

Charles was joined by his sons, Hugh in 1911, and then Robert C. in 1933. In 1960, Robert B. (Kevin’s father) joined his own father, Robert C., to carry on the family tradition for a fourth generation.

At Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, Marcy means total commitment, honor, and respect for the United States military, veterans, and anyone who has served our country well. We take this very seriously because we too have lost loved ones from the Marcy family who were very beloved veterans. The Marcy's have engrained this into our funeral home DNA and are humbled and honored to offer that same level of compassion, respect, and admiration for the service and sacrifices made by your loved ones too.

Long History of Family Service

The Marcy Family has a long history of serving families during their times of loss. Prior to starting Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, Kevin and Gina also founded Dream Land Pet Memorial Center in 2006. As animal lovers themselves, it was a true heartfelt calling to help others deal with losing their furry family members.

The first full-service pet funeral home in Georgia, Dream Land is still in business and located next door to the Georgia Funeral Care chapel in Acworth, Georgia.

Generations of Marcy's

In 1868, soon after the Civil War, Willard Marcy, Kevin’s great-great-grandfather, began serving the funeral needs of Conneaut, Ohio residents in a former blacksmith shop in East Conneaut. Willard’s son, Charles, took over in 1896 and eventually settled in the present location at the corner of Liberty and Harbor Streets in 1918.

Charles was joined by his sons, Hugh in 1911, and then Robert C. in 1933. In 1960, Robert B. (Kevin’s father) joined his own father, Robert C., to carry on the family tradition for a fourth generation.

Marcy's Love the Military

At Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, Marcy means total commitment, honor, and respect for the United States military, veterans, and anyone who has served our country well. We take this very seriously because we too have lost loved ones from the Marcy family who were very beloved veterans. The Marcy's have engrained this into our funeral home DNA and are humbled and honored to offer that same level of compassion, respect, and admiration for the service and sacrifices made by your loved ones too.


COL Scott Colson Marcy
Scott has accomplished high leadership throughout his military career receiving many decorations, medals, badges, citations, and campaign ribbons awarded or authorized. Of these include: Legion of Merit (3rd Award), Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (3rd Award), Army Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Valorous Unit Award, North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal, Army Staff Badge (2nd Award), Southwest Asia Service Medal with Bronze Service Star (3rd Award), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (4th Award), Kuwait Liberation Medal-Government of Saudi Arabia, Parachutist Badge, Ranger Tab, and Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge.
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Charles "Chuck" Marcy
One of Conneaut’s favorite sons, Charles Horn "Chuck" Mercy, died quietly in a lake villa early Saturday, March 19, 2016, beside his daughter Sherry Mercy Warren. Chuck was a gentleman of extraordinary personality who loved his family, friends, community, and country very much. He has always been an example of personal strength, credibility, and human compassion. He was born and raised in Conneaut, like the 4 generations before him and the 3 generations after him. He left his beloved home only in 194245 for World War II service. His life as a Conneaut citizen was characterized by his strong and thoughtful leadership and civic activity. Chuck was a longevity member and former commander of the American Legion 151. Paul Harris Fellow, the oldest and longest service member and former president of the Rotary Chapter of Conneaut. Member of the Third District Assembly and candidate for mayor of the Republican Party in 1968. And Evergreen Lodge, a 50-year-old member of the Freemasonry order.

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Scott C. Marcy
Scott C. Marcy, 37, of Conneaut died of natural causes on January 17, 2017. He was born on November 20, 1979, in Rochester, NY to Human Sea and Shirley (Brown) Mercy. Scott spent four years in the Army, headed the crew of the UH60 Blackhawk, and worked in Afghanistan for 18 months. After that, he became a sergeant in the Ohio Guard. He was a member of the first United Methodist (now the New Reef United Methodist Church) and the American Legion Cowl Post # 151.
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2nd Lt. James R. Lord (Marcy Cousin)
2nd Lt. James R. Lord was killed on August 10, 1944, during World War II. He was born on November 8, 1923, in Conneaut. He was the son of William R. and Sarah D. (Sawtelle) Lord. He graduated from Conneaut High School in 1941, where he played soccer and was involved in many school activities. Lt. Lord was hired by Bell Aircraft in Buffalo, New York, before joining the US Air Corps on October 10, 1942. He was a 66th fighter, a P47D pilot of the 12th Air Force, and was flying in the Savon region of northwestern Italy near the French border when he crashed off Corsica.
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