Mrs. Geneva Pearline Williamson

December 13, 1940 - September 20, 2013

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Mrs. Geneva Pearline Holmes Williamson of 2561 Greenleaf Drive, Macon, Georgia died Friday, September 20, 2013 at the Colisieum Medical Center in Macon, Georgia.

The funeral service will be held Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 2:00 p. m. in the sanctuary of the Evangelistic Tabernacle Family Outreach Center in Vienna, Georgia. The burial will follow at the Bethel Cemetery in Cordele, Georgia.

Mr. Elijah Holmes and Mrs. Exie Kinchen Holmes were wonderfully blessed with the birth of a daughter on December 13, 1940. Born in Crisp County, Georgia, she was named, Geneva Pearline.

Pearline was educated in the public schools of Crisp County. She was a proud graduate of A. S. Clark High School.

She accepted Christ as her personal Savior many years ago. She united with the Evangelistic Family Outreach Center and committed herself to the service of the Lord. She was a faithful and devoted member of the church who loved people and loved worshipping the Lord.

Always a very soft spoken woman, she possessed a loving and friendly spirit, who never met a stranger. A devoted mother and homemaker, she enjoyed sketching and cooking. She will always be remembered for her calming and peaceful smile.

Preceded in death by her parents, she leaves many wonderful memories to her loving and devoted sons, Mr. Joey Williamson of Americus, Georgia and Mr. Dennis L. Williamson of Cordele, Georgia; her loving grandchildren, Ms. Courtney C. Williamson, Ms. Adrienne C. Williamson, Mr. Dennis Williamson, Jr., and Mr. Jubriel Williamson; six great grandchildren; two loving and devoted sisters, Mrs. Maggie Bell Brown of Cordele, Georgia and Mrs. Annie Redding and her husband, Mr. Arthur Redding of Macon, Georgia; two beloved and caring brothers, Mr. Elijah Holmes of Byromville, Georgia and Mr. Freddie Holmes of Cordele, Georgia; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Edna Holmes of Rochester, New York; two devoted nieces, Mrs. Sophilia Lester of Warner Robins, Georgia and Ms. Adasha Redding of Macon, Georgia; a host of other loving nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many sorrowing friends.