The Hall County Sheriff’s Office was saddened to hear of the passing of John Neal Bagwell on December 27, 2022, who was 54 years old at the time of his death. John Neal Bagwell was a retired Captain, having served in the Hall County Sheriff’s Office for many years. Keep reading to know more about him
Who was John Neal Bagwell?
He was an active member of and Sunday School teacher at Maysville Baptist Church, a former United States Marine Corps veteran who served in Operation Desert Storm, and a 27-year-long deputy sheriff in Hall County who retired as Captain. Not only that, but he was also the Captain of the HCSO Honor Guard, a member of Gideons International, and an avid military history student. Capt. Bagwell had a Master of Public Administration degree from Clemson University as well, showing his strong dedication to learning and personal development even beyond retirement from service. Certainly an admirable individual both in his military career and outside of it, John Neal Bagwell embodies true commitment to serving others.
How did John Neal Bagwell die? What was the cause of John death?
Along with his father, John Neal Bagwell was predeceased by his grandparents, the Flemings and Bagwells of Commerce. He is survived by his daughter, mother, brother, and two nephews, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. What is unknown at this time is the cause of his death; it has been confirmed that he died, but the exact cause has yet to be revealed. Despite the uncertainty surrounding Mr. Bagwell’s death, his memory will live on through his surviving family members, who can take comfort in knowing they were a part of his life until the end.
John Neal Bagwell Obituary
John Neal Bagwell was a beloved Atlanta native and active member of the Maysville Baptist Church. Born to Carole Fleming Bagwell and the late Joe Neal Bagwell, John dedicated his life to his family and to serving others at church. John was highly devoted to his faith through teaching Sunday School classes, taking leadership roles within the church’s community, and always embodying Christian values in all of his actions.
His capacity for service truly impacted those around him in meaningful ways. Sadly, John passed away recently and a graveside service with immediate family will be held at Grey Hill Cemetery on Friday. John’s passion for helping others has been left behind for loved ones as well as those who wish to honor John’s memory – donations can be made to either the Maysville Baptist Church Building Fund or Gideons International in lieu of flowers. John’s obituary serves as a lasting testament to its subject’s dedication to spreading kindness and making positive changes in the lives of all he encountered.
Tributes Pour to John Neal Bagwell
Catrina Sparacino Blackburn
Sending thoughts and prayers for the HCSO and for the family of Captain Bagwell..so very sorry for your loss..🙏🙏
It was with great sadness that I learned of Captain Bagwell’s passing. I worked with him for many years at the HCSO. My thoughts and prayers are with Neal’s family and friends.
RIP dear friend. Thank you for your service.
Jackie Wells Snapp
Prayers for his family.🙏🙏🙏🙏