Ray Albritton, age 80, of Colquitt, GA, passed away Monday morning, October 15, 2018 at his residence. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 2:00 PM Donalsonville Church of God with Rev. Phillip Kirkland, Rev. Joe Tatum, and Rev. Kip Boswell officiating. Interment will be held in Friendship Cemetery in Donalsonville, GA with Ricky Smith, Rondall Broxton, Joey Helms, Jason Long, Drew Thompson, Dorman Simmons, Mike Adams, and Bill Moody serving as active casketbearers. Honorary casketbearers will be Darius Moss, Louie Cross, Russell Smith, Herman McCalvin, Matthew Wetherington, and Payton Horne. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 PM at Evans-Skipper Funeral Home. Mr. Albritton was born in Colquitt, GA on October 28, 1937 to Charlie Albritton and Mae Snell Albritton. He was a farmer, but a welder at heart and worked as a pipefitter at Miller Hydro. He was a member of the Donalsonville Church of God where he served on the church council and taught Sunday School for close to 60 years. He was a great advocate and supporter of the church in all their activities. Mr. Albritton loved his family and loved to have fish fries and barbecues. He leaves to cherish he memory, his wife of 62 years, Katherine Franklin Albritton of Colquitt, GA; his daughter, Brenda Herring and her husband Dave of Fitzgerald, GA; his sons, Michael Albritton and his wife Mary Jean of Colquitt, GA, and Wilton Albritton and his wife Kristi of Colquitt, GA; and his brother, Charles Albritton and his wife Susie of Albany, GA; his grandchildren, Charles Herring, Elizabeth Herring Johnson, Katie Herring, James Herring, Constance Barrineau, Whitney Albritton, Christian Albritton, and Lydia Albritton; and a great grandchild, Triston Barrineau. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. Albritton was preceded in death by his parents, Charlie Albritton and Mae Snell Albritton; a brother, Edward Albritton; and a granddaughter, Lena Herring. Arrangements entrusted to Evans-Skipper Funeral Home.