Reginald Lanier "Bo" Fears

Passed 04/22/2020

Obituary for Reginald Lanier "Bo" Fears

Reginald Lanier "Bo" Fears, age 48, of Winterville, GA passed April 22, 2020.

He was the son of Gloria and the late Bobby Fears. He was precedeed in death by his wife and childhood sweetheart, Fondtina Fears.

Reginald was a 1990 graduate of Clarke Central High and he had a brief attendance at Savannah State University. He was employed by Eaton Corporation for almost 20 years.

In addition to his mother, survivors include: his son, Jakhari L. Fears; daughter, Amari P. Fears; and a host of relatives and friends.

The memorial service and inurnment will be held Thursday, April 30, 2020 at Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery, 3655 Atlanta Hwy, Athens, GA.

Arrangements by Jackson-McWhorter Funeral Home. Sign the guestbook and stream online at

Guest Book

My dear friend, since 6th grade. You will be missed very much by me. Until we meet again, may his peace be with you. Rest on my friend.

- na

So sorry for your loss. Rev 21:3 & 4. Diana Raysin

- na

So sorry of the loss of your loved one. My daughter talked of you and your beloved wife often. To the family , please accept my deepest condolences at this difficult time. May God continue to watch over you all. We have a promise at John 5:28 & 29, we can see our love ones again. When you are having a hard time, keep asking God for the strength to carry on. Again, I am so sorry for you lost.

- na

Rest In Paradise

- Nakesha Jones

Bo you will be missed may God continue to keep your family in the days to come.

- na

I remember getting on the three way with other friends and we would call everyone who had a three way call as many as we could. Rest on school mate i pray GOD GIVES YOUR FAMILY PEACE!!!

- na

My Bo. My Dear Bo. The Robin to my Batman (because I was older) in our batmobile. I never imagined a life without you in it. Never thought it was possible. I'm so sorry you're gone. So deeply sorry. Rest now in peace forever my brother. I love you.

- na

I worked with Reg at Eaton, we became very good friends, he was like a brother to me and such a great friend, gonna miss hearing you call me "slick". God Bless

- na

Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.

- Jackson-McWhorter Funeral Home