Khloe Kinsey Cole
Miss Khloe Kinsey Cole departed this life peacefully for her eternal rest on Thursday, May 25. God called her from labor to reward. Khloe was born July 5, 2012 at Athens Regional Medical Center to Ashley and Darius Cole.
Despite Khloe’s condition, she could still light up a room. Khloe being only four years old had undergone a lot of surgeries and procedures. Being disabled didn’t stop her from going and participating in daily activities. She was often seen by many at Madison Drug and Farmview Market during lunch time. She touched everyone’s heart that she came into contact with. She was one tough cookie.
Khloe was a student in Mrs. Wendy Barber’s Pre-K class at Morgan County Primary School. She was affectionately known for her signature big bow that she wore in her hair. She had many nicknames-Princess, Sweet, Darly, Khlo, Belle, Boo, Bay, Boomp, Angel, KK, Khlolee… just to name a few.
Khloe, a precious Angel, leaves to cherish her memories very loving, dedicated parents, Ashley and Darius Cole of Madison; grandparents, Monica (Kendrick) Simmons, Rutledge, Willie (Cindy) Pitts Jr., Madison, Wanda Ingram, Madison, Hulon Cole, Eatonton, Honorary, Charles Greene, Greensboro, great grandparents, Betty Davis, Rutledge, Willie Pitts, Sr., Madison, Johnnie Mae (Ronald) Humphries, Eatonton, Eddie Holland, Salisbury, MD; Honorary, Shirley Greene, Greensboro; aunt, Tiara Wright, Covington; uncles, Jarvis Hubbard, Marietta, Terrence (Lindsey) Greene, Thomas Greene, Timothy Trey Pitts, Madison, Perez (Sanqveninya) Cole, Rell Sands, Monticello, Chauvis Cole, Rashad Cole, Milledgeville, Tavarius Cole, Eatonton, Roderick Brown, Japan; godmother, Morgan Mapp; special friend, Kambrey Seabolt; a host of great aunts and uncles, other relatives and friends.
Celebration of Life Services were held Wednesday, May 31, 1 p.m. at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 336 East Main Street, Rutledge. The remains were placed in state at 11:30 a.m. Rev. Moses Little, Eulogist. The Interment followed at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Rutledge.
Services were entrusted to Bernard’s Family Funeral Care, LLC, 1086 Ward Road, Madison, GA 30650 (706) 438-3210.
George Ward was born to the late Mamie and Carlton Ward on November 30, 1932 in Madison. George attended the public schools of Morgan County and joined the Indian Creek Baptist Church at an early age. He later moved from Madison to New Jersey and made a better life for himself. During this time, he met his beloved wife, Martha Brooks, and they were united in 1992. In later years, he retired and moved back home to Madison, where he returned to his church and his family, whom he loved, until he was called home.
George Ward was truly blessed. He departed this life on June 5. He was preceded in death by his loving father, Carlton Ward; mother, Mamie Ward; daughter, Marly Stintson; and three brothers, Arthur, Sammy, and R.C. Ward.
He leaves to mourn and cherish his memories: a loving and very dedicated wife, Martha Ward; two daughters, Christine (Frank) Mohone and Latrail Pettigrew of Madison; three sons, George (Marjorie) Ward, Jr., Otis Blackwell of Miami, Florida and Rashawn Watson, of New Jersey; two stepsons, Richard (Vensus) Robinson of Queens, New York and Ronnie (Tanya) Robinson of Baltimore, Maryland; one sister, Amanda Moore of Atlanta; two brothers, James (Margaret) Ward and Alonzo (Eva) Ward of New Jersey; one devoted aunt, Mary Ellen Adams of Madison; 10 grandchildren; 20 great great grandchildren; eight sisters-in-law; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Funeral Services were held Saturday, June 10, 12 Noon at Indian Creek Baptist Church, 2151 Monticello Road, Madison, Georgia; Rev. Bobby Patman, Sr., Pastor and Eulogist. Rev. Bernard Hamp Officiated. The Interment followed at the Indian Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Madison, Georgia.
Services entrusted to Bernard’s Family Funeral Care, The Madison Chapel, 1086 Ward Road, Madison, GA 30650 (706) 438-3210.
Ruby Clayton Wyatt
A Time To Be Born: September 12, 1938 Ruby Clayton Wyatt was born to the late Magnolia McWhorter Lee and Burton Clayton.
At a very early age Ruby united with the Flat Rock Baptist Church where she remained her entire life. She served in many capacities and at the time of her death, she was active on Flat Rock Mother’s Board. Ruby was educated in Morgan County Schools.
Later in Ruby’s life she was united in marriage to James Wyatt. To this union 12 children were born (eight boys and four girls).
A Time of Departure: Ruby’s earthly life ended May 26 at Morgan Memorial Hospital, Madison. She was preceded in death by three children, Jerry, Timothy and Karen Wyatt.
She leaves to cherish her memories six boys, Ronnie, Charles, Keith, Scottie, Dexter and Marty; three girls, Sandra, Judy and Hope. Ruby is the grandmother of 16 children and the great grandmother of 35 children; a very special grandson, whom she raised as her own, Jamarcus Wyatt, who she got to see graduate from Morgan County High School before she departed; also a very special god-daughter/sister, Laura W. Butler and a host of cousins and many friends.
Funeral Services were held Saturday, June 3, 2 p.m. at Flat Rock Baptist Church, 3911 Bostwick Road, Madison; Pastor Charles Johnson Officiated. The Interment followed at the Flat Rock Baptist Church Cemetery, Madison.
Services entrusted to Bernard’s Family Funeral Care, 1086 Ward Road, Madison, GA 30650 (706) 438-3210.