Georgia lived a wonderful life on earth for 95 years. She loved her family and the Lord. She was born in Belleville, Illinois. All of her children were born in Illinois as well. She moved to Florida in 1967 and has been a resident here ever since. Georgia is survived by 9 children, Carol Garland, Mary Manion, Patsy Deck, Nancy Jones, Prudy Hunt, Judy Newcomb, Theresa Clark, Robin Rambo, Joyce Ballance and preceded to heaven by two children, son Peter Coon and daughter Janet Pitchford. She will also be missed by her 34 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren and 21 great great grandchildren. She was greeted in Heaven by two of her grandchildren.
She loved to sing the gospel and praise the lord. She was an ordained minister and evangelist teacher who spoke about the lord wherever she went. She was a very strong and independent woman all of her life. She loved to cook and spend time with her family. She enjoyed her sweets and use to always make cookies and cakes for all of the holidays. On Easter she made Easter bunny cakes and on Christmas she made cross cakes. We have all shared sooooooo many wonderful memories with our loving Georgia. She had such a great sense of humor and could turn anyone’s frown upside down. She was very loved by everyone and if you ever had the chance to meet her you will never forget her. She was truly one of a kind. She was a praying woman. She prayed for everyone she knew and she always prayed with everyone when they would leave. She believed that through Christ all things are possible and prayers can move mountains. She always taught her family about giving our lives to Jesus Christ. She preached to us about making sure we all were saved, we should always read our bible, make sure to pray, don’t forget to put on your armor of God, and don’t forget to thank Jesus on your good and bad days. Through each of our generations we have all learned from Georgia (the rock of our family) to love the Lord and make sure to pay our tithes.
We all love her whole heartedly and she will truly be missed, but her work here on earth was done. She may not be here in body, but her spirit and memories will live on forever.
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