Comer Hampton went to be with the Lord on January 13, 2022 at the age of 94. He graduated from the University of Georgia in 1951 and started United Engineering Company in Atlanta, a firm which he ran until his retirement in 1995. Comer was a gifted artist with extraordinary attention to detail and a passion for oil paintings. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, family camping trips to the Smoky Mountains and served as Scoutmaster during his son's years in Scouting. He enjoyed playing guitar and listened to many different genres of music, with country and gospel being his favorites. His son was the light of his life and spending time with him was his greatest joy. A devoted and loving husband, he and Suellen were married for just shy of 50 years. He was the epidemy of a true southern gentleman with a kind heart and a value for honesty and integrity above all else. Comer was preceded in death by his parents, Albert Marshall and Ellena Lucindy Hampton; his brothers Olin Hampton, Tillman Hampton and Leonard Hampton; and his sisters Ila Mae Cowden and Grace Hanley. He is survived by his wife, Suellen Hampton; his son, John Hampton (Erin); his two grandchildren Will and Isabelle; brother-in-law Peter Robilliard (Helen) and various nieces and nephews.