Mrs. Ella Lee Kennedy Stephens

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The Memorial Service for Mrs. Ella Lee Kennedy Stephens of Americus, Georgia will be held on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. at The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Americus, Georgia.

Mrs. Ella Lee Kennedy Stephens was born June 22, 1934. She was the daughter of C.T. “Sport” and Clonie Kennedy. She attended McCoy Hill Elementary School and graduated from Staley High School in 1952.

Mrs. Stephens was married to the late David Stephens, Sr., and they were the parents of eight children: Edwin Darnell “Butch” Stephens, Errol Derek “Deck” Stephens (deceased), Elmoria “Ray Ray” Stephens, Elliott Dwayne (Annette) Stephens, Frederick “Sonny” Stephens of Columbus, Georgia, Twin Sister Ellen (deceased), David Stephens, Jr. (Ann) of Columbus, Georgia, and Twin Sister Daisy (deceased).

Mrs. Stephens is also survived by her ten grandchildren: Gregory Burke (Dorothy), Errol Hosea Stephens (Jennifer), Quincy Kante Stephens, Elliott Quintrell Stephens, Mikel David Stephens, Cedric Cheeseboro, Laquitha Stephens, Candace Stephens, Rashon Monroe, and Antoinette Marie Stephens; thirteen great-grands; and five great-great grands.

The Family will receive friends at 231 GA Hwy 27 E, Americus on or after May 28, 2024, after 5 P.M.

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The Patrick Family United States
5/28/2024 1:14:40 PM #

With Deepest Sympathy,
When a candle goes out so suddenly,
the darkness can be overwhelming...
But in the heart there is a glimmer of light-
because love holds the memories that gently keep glowing forever.
May God grant you all the strength you need.


David and Elaine Blair United States
5/28/2024 1:48:54 PM #

We express our deepest sympathy. Mrs Ella was our spiritual mother, very close to our hearts. Look forward to seeing her again in the resurrection.


Karl & DeLois Wilson United States
6/6/2024 9:08:29 AM #

Losing someone you love can be very hard and even though comforting words can't take away the sadness you feel, I hope it helps to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. May Almighty God Jehovah comfort and strengthen you all in the days ahead.


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