Georgia Faye Jones

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Georgia Faye Jones was born August 27, 1958, to the late Edgar and Sammie Flowers in Clarksdale, Mississippi. She was the eighth of thirteen children. Georgia accepted Christ at an early age. She graduated from Chicago Vocational High School (C. V. S.) and later worked various jobs before beginning what would become a 34-year career with the Continental Bank (later renamed Bank of America.)

She was the mother to two children, Terrence Flowers, from a previous union. In May 28, 1988, she married Lon Jones and to this union, Aerial Jones was conceived. During her tenure at Bank of America, she was able to work with her daughter and pass on some of life’s lesson while at the workplace.

Georgia had a wonderful personality and giving spirit. She opened her home to care for multiple foster children, ages ranging from 2 to 17 and coming from diverse backgrounds. Her favorite activities included drinking coffee, (at any time of day), gossiping with various family members, (usually one of her sisters), and an occasional night out at the casino (although the time of day really didn’t matter.)

After being stricken with illness in July 2013, Georgia decided to move to Arizona to be with her children and grandchildren. She remained there until she was called home on July 29, 2019.

Georgia leaves to cherish her loving memories; one son, Terrence (Angela); one daughter, Aerial; eight sisters, Louise, Marcella (Lafayette), Josephine (Deceased), Shirley, Maxcine (Jack), Debra (Deceased), Queenie (Richard), Shelia, and sister at heart, Lolita; four brothers, Edgar, Jr. (Deceased), Melvin (Deceased), Robert and Curtis; three grandchildren, Laniyah, Amaya and Teyá; as well as an abundance of loving aunties, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and loving friends.

A special thank you to Curtis Marshall for his unwavering support during our time of bereavement.

6 Comments on “Georgia Faye Jones

  1. The memories we’ve shared for a lifetime will always be remembered! Your conversations an uplifting spirit that kept me up when times were ruff.. as I would always say Luv u Antie!

  2. Our prayers go out to the family. Queenie Howard, Dionte Flowers, Arrieona Flowers.

  3. Loving woman who for 25+ years never made me feel nothing but comfort and love, always had a smile on her face when around me and U will truly be missed.

  4. MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCE TO GEORGIA’S FAMILY ..I Have Known Georgia For Years ..I Worked With Her At BOFA..A BEAUTIFU , LOVING Kind HEARTY Person , She Was ..May She Rest In Heavenly PEACE ..NO MORE PAIN , NO MORE SORRY ONLY JOY !!

  5. So sorry for your loss. God Bless the entire Flowers/Jones family.

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