BOLLING, Nicholas Tyler

Nicholas Tyler Bolling

Birth: abt 1990
Death: Feb 27, 2017


Mr. Nicholas Tyler Bolling, age 27 of Point A, passed away Monday, February 27th, 2017.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Southside Baptist Church. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday at Keahey Funeral Home and at the church one hour prior to services. Burial will follow in the River Falls City Cemetery with Keahey Funeral Home directing.

Survivors include his mother, Lisa Bolling of Andalusia; fiance’, Ashley Brooke Jeffcoat of Point A and daughter, Kayleigh Alexis Jeffcoat; many aunts and uncles and a large extended family and countless friends.

Serving as pallbearers Nathan Shirey, Blake Armstrong, Corey Brawner, Steven Holloway, Marcus Stacks, Ronnie Anderson.

He was preceded in death by his brother William Anthony Freeman; father, Gathrol Ray Bolling, grandmothers, Madge Philyaw and Hattie Bolling and numerous other relatives.

Loved by many, Tyler was a loving son, father, fiance’, and friend. Everyone that met Tyler is grieving because he left an impression that was as big as his smile. Grieving the most is his loving mother, Lisa Bolling, his fiance’, Brooke Jeffcoat, a brother, Lee Bolling and his “brothers by love” Robbie Chappell and Dustin Taylor. The light of his life was his eight year old daughter, Kayleigh Alexis, to whom he excelled at being a great dad. After his love of family and friends, Tyler’s favorite pastime was fishing and hunting. He fished in numerous bass tournaments and was a leader in the Opp Bass Club. Tyler was a volunteer fireman at the River Falls Fire Department. He was also employed by Boan Contracting Company, since graduating Andalusia High school in 2007. As a senior equipment operator at Boan, he worked under his mentor, Mike Park. There were two reasons he loved going to work. The first was his job. He often stated that going to work was, “like choosing which favorite toy to play with each day.” The second reason was his crew. Working closely together for many years, they became like a second family to him. Flowers will be accepted or memorial contributions may be made to in Tyler’s memory. The local volunteer fire department will be escorting the procession and doing the last call.

Burial: River Falls Cemetery, River Falls, Covington County, Alabama, USA

Criminal Details
Staff Report – Feb 28, 2017

Elba Police have released the victim’s name in a fatal Coffee County shooting.

27-year-old Nicholas Tyler Bolling of Andalusia was shot late Monday afternoon at the intersection of Highway 84 and County Road 501. He was pronounced dead at Medical Center Enterprise.

No one has been charged in connection with the incident.

Elba Police Chief Fred Hanchey says the investigation is continuing.

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