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Obituaries

March 20, 2014

Josie Mae Spencer

THOMASVILLE — Services for Mrs. Josie Mae Spencer, 69, of Boston, are at 1 p.m., Saturday, March 22, 2014 at St. John AME Church, 352 Main St., Boston. The Rev. James D.S. Vance, interim pastor and Rev. Charlie Givins, eulogist. Interment follows at Boston Community Cemetery. Mrs. Spencer was born Nov. 4, 1944. She attended Magnolia High School, and worked at Beech-Island Knitting Company where she retired after 20 years. On March 15, 2014, she made her transition to embrace the Kingdom of Heaven. She leaves to cherish her loving memories, two beautifully loving daughters, Legina Spencer and Ma’Sha Bradley; four adorable grandchildren, Paul Bradshaw Jr., Jontae Oneal (K.C.), Ash’len Brown, Asia Brown; a sister, Maxine Reynolds; a brother, Horace Smith Sr. all of Boston; nephews, Horace Paul Smith (Daphne), Frank Leon Smith III (Emily), of Ochlocknee, James Bernard Smith, Dexter L. Smith (Wolanda); nieces, Samantha Wells, Chaketha V. Hamilton, Tywanna R. Brown (Daryl) all of Orlando, Fla., Angela D. Miller (Bennett), Oviedo, Fla; two loving godchildren, Darryll Jackson and Stephanie Johnson of Thomasville; and numerous other special relatives and friends. The viewing is from noon to  9 p.m., today at funeral home. Condolences to the family may also be conveyed online at www.btwfuneralservices.com. — Blankumsee, Thomas & Wright Funeral Services, Quitman

 

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