Asa Griggs Candler VI

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Asa Griggs Candler VI died February 24, 2020. Born March 28, 1956, Atlanta, GA to Asa Griggs Candler V and June Rackey Candler. Graduating from Westminster Schools, he attended Washington & Lee University, graduating from the University of Georgia, 1978. He was Vice President of Candler Development Company. He is survived by his wife Paulette, sons Asa VII and wife Gaylie, Daniel, Noble, and daughter Callan, brothers Bill and Dick, and grandchildren Asa VIII, and Bayne. Asa was an avid aviator and golfer. The Candler family and Cousin Matthew Middelthon established the Millennium Candler Peace and Justice Prizes administered by the National Monuments Foundation. His influence brought Atlanta to the attention of the Nobel Peace Laureate Secretariat. Funeral services will be held in the Florence Candler Chapel at Westview Cemetery on Friday February 28th at 11 o’clock. Reception follows at Millennium Gate in Atlanta.  

26 Comments To "Asa Griggs Candler VI"

DJH On Jul 06 2020 at 8pm
You were my love, little baby♥️ Reply to this comment
Jim & Lisa Rackley On Mar 02 2020 at 7pm
Cousin sad to hear of your passing today and you will be greatly missed. I have many great memories of the younger days at Rere’s and Doc’s. Our condolences to the the family. Reply to this comment
elisabeth shackelford On Mar 02 2020 at 11am
Could there have been a greater guy? Thank you, Asa Candler, for all the laughs we had while our kids were doing their sports. What I always loved about the Asa-man is that he seemed to be in a perpetually great mood even as any and all hell broke loose. Gonna miss you, good man. Love, Shack Reply to this comment
John White-Spunner On Mar 02 2020 at 8am
Asa was a friend and a pleasure to be with . Will miss him . His faith gave him peace and the promise of Heaven . Praying for all the family . Reply to this comment
Beau Wilson On Mar 02 2020 at 8am
You will forever be remembered as a True Gentleman in our SAE Ga Beta fraternity in Athens. Beau Wilson, Eminent Archon Reply to this comment
Anita Kern On Mar 01 2020 at 1pm
I will remember fondly your smile & sense of humor. Now you can bring that to those who you will join in heaven. We wish the family peace and condolences in this difficult time. Anita & Carl Reply to this comment
Fred Sheats On Feb 29 2020 at 4pm
Asa, So glad that our paths crossed in Athens, on the golf course, and in other fun places. You always were kind to me no matter the setting. Plus, your presence ensured a pleasant time. I was fortunate to know you. Play well, no three putts. Fred Reply to this comment
Ann & Stuart Forrest On Feb 29 2020 at 4pm
Dear June & Asa - May God hold Asa VI in his Loving Grace now for all eternity. May He also grant both of you, and the entire Candler family, peace and understanding during this deep sadness! We unfortunately found out about his passing via this Facebook posting and therefore missed the Memorial Service yesterday. There are no words to express our sadness at his passing and your loss. Asa was one-of-a-kind and I will miss him and our ‘planned’ tee time for this Spring at Castle Pines GC. Love to you both! Stuart Reply to this comment
Dallis and Dot Champion On Feb 28 2020 at 6pm
June and Asa, we send our heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your beloved son. We have walked the path left after the loss of a son and we truly understand the depth of your pain. Our prayers are with you now and always. We also send our sincere condolences to Paulette and family during this time. God Bless each one of you. Reply to this comment
Jim Dickert On Feb 28 2020 at 10am
Deepest sympathy in the loss of eldest son. Parents, Asa & June warmly guided their family to protect and enhance the Candler legacy. Asa Vl knew his role in the family RE business and pursued it faithfully and optimistically---he knew everyone ! His passion as excellent golfer and pilot was evident. His firm handshake exemplified his confidence and performance in both --reminds one of Arnold Palmer. Father, Asa V, and the three sons made a formidable foursome. Now, the empty seat will surely be missed but not forgotten as Vll and Vlll are just behind. Hope to meet you next on the lesson tee where the grass is ALWAYS green and the wind at our back. Our thoughts, memories, and prayers for all your Family. Sincere condolences, Jim and Cheryl Reply to this comment
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