Deceased Information

  • DECEASED

    Jay L. Tinter

    Yakov Lev ben Yisroel Yoseph v'Chana Fagel

  • AGE

    72

  • DATE OF DEATH

    Thursday, December 29, 2022 (Before Sunset)

  • DATE OF FUNERAL

    Friday, December 30, 2022

  • TIME OF FUNERAL

    10:00 AM

  • PLACE OF FUNERAL

    Graveside

  • FUNERAL STREAM

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83920533739?pwd=cnRmS0VnOVd1YmMrdHFud09zdHJEdz09

    Meeting ID: 839 2053 3739

    Passcode: 825102

  • SHIVA INFORMATION

    Shiva Minyanim will be: Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, at 7:00 p.m., at Jay Tinter's home, 1790 Danforth Dr., Marietta, GA 30062.

    AND

    Monday at 7:00 p.m., at the home of Lora Fruchtman, 4932 Windhaven Ct., Atlanta, GA 30338.

  • DONATIONS

  • OBITUARY

    Jay Lewis Tinter

    72, Atlanta, GA

     

    Jay Lewis Tinter passed away peacefully on December 29, 2022 surrounded by loved ones.  Jay was born on May 28, 1950 in Miami, Florida. He was the son of Stanley Joseph Tinter OBM, and Annette. After his father’s passing in 1962 Jay and his three younger brothers along with their mother moved to Atlanta. Jay graduated from Henry Grady High School in 1968.  Shortly after, Jay enlisted in the Coast Guard Reserves and was stationed in New Jersey. Jay graduated from Georgia State University Magna Cum Lade and earned his CPA. Jay worked at Laventhaw and Horowitz and then went out on his own in the real estate business. Soon he established Atlanta Commercial Realty Inc and became a successful businessman whose employees respected him and remained loyal to him for decades.  Jay was married to his highschool sweetheart, Sheila, for 20 years.  They had two daughters, who were the lights of his life.  He reconnected with his second love, Lora, and they were together until the end, sharing a deep love. Since the age of 5, Jay dreamed of having a farm. He loved the peace and tranquility that he viewed as nature’s gifts. He built Hillside Angus Farm where he raised Angus cattle. Jay was a charitable man who did not let a year go by without giving to his community. He was a devout Jewish man who praised G-d daily and taught his children and grandchildren to do the same. Jay was larger than life and loved the simple blessings so many take for granted. 

     

    Jay is survived by his mother Annette Z Tinter Easton, 2 daughters, Jennifer Rae Tinter, Jodi Tinter Cannady (William Howard III) and grandchildren Liam, Drew, Cole and Jace, his brothers Steve, Ricky (Pam), Danny (Lynn) and many nieces, nephews and his love Lora Fruchtman. 

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  • Mark Lichtenstein

    So sorry to hear about Jay’s passing. May his memory be for a blessing


  • Cindy Lowden

    Sending love and prayers for all Jay’s loved ones. I will truly miss cutting his hair. He was a long time client (over 30 years) May you all be comforted. I’m very sorry for your loss.


  • Jinna Wheeler

    I don't know what to say time like this. All I can say I am so sorry to hear and so saddened by Jay's passing. I've known you long long time Jay I wish you are in very best Place. Jodi & Jennifer I am here you ever need me. Hugs to both of you and rest of family.


  • Mark and Robin Spiegel

    Jay has always been an inspiring force in our community….He will be missed


  • Alex Lang

    Jay, Good memories go back to when we were at Laventhol & Horwath. My condolences to your family.


  • Samuel cemaj

    Jay was my favorite cousin Met him when i was 15 on one of his trips to mexico Always looked up to him and loved and respected him so much Deeply saddened for his departure Will be dearly missed


  • Steve Gilmer

    Lora and Tinter family sorry for your loss


  • Bruce Weinstein

    I am so sad to learn of Jay passing away. Deepest condolences to his entire family. I have known Jay for close to 50 years, & he was a larger than life personality. He will be missed by all!


  • Betsy G Cenker

    My memories of Jay go back to Grady High School days. He was very friendly to everyone. May you be comforted among the mourners of Jerusalem and Zion.


  • Jeff & Jill Flynn & family

    We are saddened to hear about the loss of your dad, Jodi. We will be keeping your family in our prayers.


  • Fran Newman

    Ricky So sorry to hear about your brother. Prayers to you and family


  • Kraus Helen

    I am so sad to hear of Jay's passing ....He was a great guy whom I loved seeing and he always had a big smile and a sparkle in his eye. May he RIP and his memories comfort his family that he so loved. Helen (Oxman) & Steve Kraus


  • Dennis and Deborah renyi

    Our deepest sympathies on Jay's passing. For all the time we knew him, he always brought us joy. Our numerous trips to the farm, and thanksgivings we spent there, are among our fondest memories. Blessings to Annette and his family.


  • Sue and Alan Rothstein

    Our heartfelt condolences on the passing of Jay, an extraordinarily spiritual and unique individual. May he be for a blessing to all whose lives he touched. We will remember his smile, his voice as he lead services at Etz Chaim, his kindness, and visiting his farm. Our love to the entire family.


  • Pixie Cadwell

    Nothing I can say will ease your pain, but I am forever sorry for losing someone so special. I graduated from Grady High School the same year as Jay. I remember his smile.


  • Chris Bridges

    A Great Man!! Always strong in his Faith, Love of Family, Love of Friends!! Never to be Forgotten!! I will miss You Jay Tinter— My Friend, My Brother!! GOD SPEED / RIP !! See You Again, I expect You to be ONE of the first to greet ME! Love You JAY!!


  • Cathy & Rick Swerdlin

    Ricky and Family, Rick and I are sending our sincere condolences to you all. Jay was a sweetheart and always had that beautiful smile. May you find comfort in your beautiful memories.


  • Sandy Humbert Piedmont Nat\'l

    Ricky, your Piedmont family is thinking of you in this time of sorrow. We hope the love of friends & family will carry you through this time of grief. Our deepest condolences, -Sandy


  • Rich and Gloria Lapin

    Jennifer and Jodi, we wish you strength as you move forward.


  • Alyson Silverman

    To all of Jay's Family; I just heard the sad news that Jay passed away and my Heart is Broken. I am filled with the fondest memories from so many years ago; as a teenager; of times spent together...he was always full of life and brought much JOY. May he rest in peace and HIS MEMORY BE FOR A BLESSING. With love, Alyson


  • Arva

    Steve & family, I am so sorry for your loss. To know Jay was to love him. He was quite the character and was always kind…


  • Lewis and LuEllen Feldman

    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Tinter family.


  • Ellen Zimmerman Kaufman

    Dear Tinter family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Jay was bigger than life--so full of energy, enthusiasm, and warmth. I have fond memories of our holiday gathering at our grandparents' house, and in later years at Annette's and at Jay's farm. He was bright, generous, engaging, and funny--and I'll miss his being in the world. May his memory be for a blessing. love, Ellen


  • Karen and Mark Krasner

    Jennifer and Jodi, So sorry for your loss. We have so many memories going back so many yearsJay will be truly missed.


  • Julia & Terry Bernath

    L so sorry to hear of Jay’s passing! He was such a special person, and impacted many generations of people that he touched. He will be missed by so many!


  • Julia & Terry Bernath

    So sorry to hear this news! J. was a really special person. I met so much to so many people! He will be missed by many and left an impact on more people than he knew!


  • Steve and Jill Birch

    Remembering Jay as a wonderful and caring man. A true mensch. May his memory be for a blessing.


  • Kellie ,Layne and Ruth Greenberg

    Shelia and Family: We are so sorry to hear of your loss, may Jay’s memory always be with you. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.


  • Angie and Paul Ellis

    We are so sorry for your loss. I know he was loved well. You are in our thoughts and prayers.


  • Jill Auerbach

    Ricky and family, sending my sincere condolences to you and the family. Jay is a huge loss and I know will be terribly missed. What a family of love he leaves behind. May his memories provide comfort and be blessings in your heart.


  • Felice

    So sorry to hear of your loss, may Jay’s memory always be within your hearts.


  • Scott Zimmerman

    Cousin Jay was a spark of life who always had some new endeavor before him that he would describe with a twinkle in his eye, whether it was a Harley, a farm, a breeding cow, or a business project. When we were kids, he was kind of like a Hulk Hogan figure to me -- just bigger and more colorful than your average Joe. Jay, we'll miss you. You left the stage too soon. Love, Scott


  • Steve Higgins

    I’m so sorry for your loss Jay was a good man and a really good friend of my dad Terrell. He has always been considered a great part of our family. Our love and prayers for you all.


  • Nancy Sachs

    Steve, very sorry to hear of Jay’s passing. Prior to Covid, I would see him occasionally on Friday nights at the Legion, where he loved the music of one particular band. In fact, I saw him there about 2-3 months ago. Sending prayers to your family at this hard time.


  • Jody Sloan

    Dear Annette & family, I am so sorry to hear of Jay's passing. May his memory remain for a blessing.


  • Phillip Pasmanick

    To Annette, Steve, Ricky & family, I can't begin to say how sad I am hearing about Jay's passing. I remember as a kid visiting Steve, Jay was always up to throwing a ball, and when we got older, his sense of humor and wisdom was always there to see. Sending my deepest sympathies to you all. Phillip Pasmanick


  • patty morrison

    I am so sad. Jay was the most thoughtful, giving, loving, kind, selfless person. He was one in a million and I was one of the lucky ones to know him. He adored and loved his Jodi and Jennifer and his grandchildren Mother brothers friends and Shalom Lewis. There is a special place in heaven for him. He will be missed by MANY. He touched so many hearts. My heart hurts and goes out to his family especially Jodi and Jennifer. Lots of Love, Patty


  • Phil Higgins

    Jay was such a good friend to my Father. The time they spent together on the farm was some of the greatest times. Through there friendship Jay became a part of our family. We came from very different backgrounds but that didn’t matter. We just seemed to have a friendship bond that made everything okay. He treated my family like we were part of his family. I will always treasure that. Prayers for comfort for all family.


  • Layne Zimmerman

    Oh family...so sorry to hear about Jay's passing. Of the 10 grandchildren of Rae and Simon Zimmerman, I am #1 and Jay #2. We bragged about that..he was so full of love and life and loved to make us laugh. I'll join you by Zoom for the service tomorrow.


  • Ken Beringer

    Jodie and Jennifer , we are so sorry to hear about your father. We enjoyed our years living next door to you on Forest Pond Circle.


  • Gail & Ron Chanin

    Ricky and family , we are so sorry to hear about your brother Jay. Sending our deepest sympathies to you all. Gail & Ron


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