October30

Mrs. Annie Mae Hooten

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Mrs. Annie Mae Hooten, 82, of Fort Valley, Georgia passed away at the Houston Medical Center, Warner Robins, Georgia on Friday, October 30, 2020. Graveside Services for Mrs. Annie Mae Hooten will be held on Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Willow Lake Memorial Gardens, 1578 Willow Lake Road, Fort Valley, Georgia with Pastor Victor Johnson officiating.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, we ask that you please MASK UP and practice social distancing for your protection and for the safety of others. 

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October22

Mrs. Cornelia H. Moore "Su-gal"

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The graveside service for Mrs. Cornelia H. Moore of Americus, Georgia will be held on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at Eastview Cemetery with Rev. Gerald Harris officiating. Viewing at our walk-up window will be on Friday, October 23, 2020 from 11:00 to 7:30. 

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Mrs. Cornelia Hawkins Moore was born on July 8, 1939 in Sumter County, Georgia to the late Lillian Denson Hawkins and the late Buster Hawkins. At an early age, she joined the Old Shady Grove Baptist Church and later moved her membership to Mountain Creek A.M.E. Church. She was a graduate of A.S. Staley High School.

On April 24, 1958 she married the love of her life, Henry Moore, Sr.  "Su-Gal", as she was affectionately known, was employed as Cafeteria Manager at Cherokee School for over 44 years. While working there she won numerous awards for her baking. She passed on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at the Phoebe-Sumter Medical Center.

Left to cherish her memories are her husband, Henry Moore, Sr.; her son, Henry “Tiger” Moore, Jr.; one grandson James Elliott Moore; two sisters: Bertha Floyd and Geraldine Kimbrough; two brothers-in-law: David Moore and George Moore, Jr.; three sisters-in-law: Julia Mae Edge, Meland Hawkins and Mattie K. Moore; a devoted friend, Clarence Lewis; and a god-daughter, Ynessa Pine. She also served as a mother figure to many including several relatives and friends. 

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October13

Mrs. Margaret Tookes Odom

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The Graveside Service for Mrs. Margaret Odom of Oglethorpe, Georgia will be held on Sunday, October 18, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Oglethorpe Memorial Gardens, Oglethorpe, Georgia. Due to COVID-19 concerns, we ask that you please MASK UP and continue social distancing for your protection and for the safety of others. The family requests that there be no public viewing.

Ms. Margaret Tookes Odom was born on September 30th in Oglethorpe, Macon County, Georgia to the late Lenton and Sallie Mahomes Tookes. At an early age, she joined Corinth Baptist Church of Garden Valley, under the leadership of Rev. G.G. McCarter. In 2000, she moved her membership to Jehovah Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. G.W. Nealey. She was a faithful member of the church she loved so well. After the passing of Rev. G.W. Nealey, she continued to worship with the pastor, Pastor Glenn Martin Bryant, Sr.  She was educated in the public school system of Macon County, where she attended Oglethorpe Grammar School and D.F. Douglass High School. She was employed at Blue Bird Bus Company of Fort Valley, Georgia from 1970 to 1972. After twenty-seven years of dedicated service, she retired from the Macon County Board of Education as a cook.

She was united in holy matrimony to the late Robert Odom on December 10, 1960. To this union, one daughter, Peggy Odom Ridley, was born. On October 13, 2020, Margaret Tookes Odom accepted her call to rest in the loving arms of Jesus Christ. She was preceded in death by three siblings, Minnie T. Nelson, Annie Lois T. Martin and David Tookes, as well as eight aunts and four uncles. She was also preceded in death by her father-in-law, Timothy Odom, Sr. and mother-in-law, Eria Mae (Howard) Sullivan.

Those left to carry on her legacy and cherish her beautiful memories are her devoted daughter, Peggy Odom Ridley and Eugene Burnam of Montezuma, Georgia; three loving and devoted granddaughters whom she loved so very much: Nikki Ridley, Jerneisha Ridley and Megan (Marquez) Belvin all of Warner Robins, Georgia; a great-grandson, Ju’Cario Daniely; a great-granddaughter on the way; two loving godchildren: Pastor Glenn and Deborah Bryant whom she loved so well; a host of special and devoted friends; a host of nieces and nephews, her mother-in-law, Alberta Odom of Montezuma, Georgia; a host of sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, other relatives and friends. 

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October01

Mrs. Mildred Kendrick

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Graveside services for Mrs. Mildred Kendrick of Americus, Georgia will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 2:30 P.M. at Mountain Creek A.M.E. Cemetery, Sumter County, Andersonville, Georgia. Viewing at our walkup window will be on Friday, October 9, 2020 from 12:00 to 7:30.

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Mrs. Mildred Kendrick was born on December 29, 1931 to Mrs. Mattie Lou Mann and Mr. Sam Mann in Americus, Georgia.  She went to be with the Lord at Phoebe Putney Hospital, Albany, Georgia on Thursday, October 1, 2020 after a long illness.

Mrs. Kendrick was a homemaker who spent time taking care of her family. She was an amazing woman and mother; a pillar of strength, a true blessing to those who knew her. Our family was blessed to have her. Mrs. Kendrick leaves behind a legacy of love.

Mrs. Mildred Kendrick is survived by eight children: Mr. Rome Kendrick (Lillie) of Olive Branch, Mississippi, Ms. Catherine Andrew of Binghamton, New York, Mrs. Margie Cunningham (Mark) of Pickerington, Ohio, Mrs. Patricia Cabbell (Frederick) of Chestnut Ridge, New York, Mr. Alonzo Kendrick of Dallas, Texas, Mr. Donald Kendrick of Redding, California, Mr. Rodney Kendrick (Niedy) of Americus, Georgia; one brother, Sammie Lee Mann (Florence) of Americus, Georgia.  She also leaves to morn a host of loving grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death her husband of 68 years Mr. Jeffie Lee Kendrick, a son, Jessie Lee Kendrick; one sister Hattie Mae Waters, one brother, Willie James Mann, and a great great grandson, Lavonte Kendrick.

The Kendrick family would like to thank devoted family members, the staff at Phoebe Sumter Hospital, Americus, Georgia, Phoebe Putney Hospital, Albany, Georgia and Magnolia Manor, Miss Tara Mann, Sinyea Sullins, Mrs Julia Sims, Mrs. Linda and Mr. Charlie Gardner, Ms. Brittany Polk, Mrs. Jackie Polk, her life time friend Mrs. Mattie Waters, Ms. Rachel Waters, and the many friends and neighbors in Sunset Park who showered her with love.  She will be missed, and all she leaves behind will be cherished.

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