Susie (Black) Womack

Born: Thu., Oct. 11, 1917
Died: Fri., Sep. 23, 2011


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Tue., Sep. 27, 2011
Location: - Not available -


Visitation

12:30 PM to 7:00 PM, Tue., Sep. 27, 2011


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Durden-Hudson Funeral Directors announced the death of Mrs. Susie Black Womack, age 93, of Midville, GA, Friday, September 23, 2011 at the WaCo Regional Medical Center Extended Care Facility in Sandersville, GA.
 
Funeral services will be Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 11:00 AM in the Midville United Methodist Church with Rev. Tony Smith and Rev. Charles Cravey officiating.
 
Interment will be in the Midville City Cemetery.
 
The family will receive friends Tuesday at the Midville United Methodist Church following the interment.
 
Pallbearers are Lamar Black, Donald Black, Larry Johnson, Howard Black, G. W. Johnson and Cale Womack
 
Honorary Pallbearers will be Math Johnson, F. A. Black, J. W. Black, Thomas Black, Roger Black, Greg Johnson and Gary Johnson.
 
Mrs. Womack was born October 11, 1917 in rural Emanuel County to Joseph L. and Mamie Kitchens Black and retired from Samson Manufacturing Co of Waynesboro, GA. She was raised in Union Grove Methodist Church and became a member of the Midville United Methodist Church in l948. Mrs. Womack was preceded in death by her husband; Roy A. Womack, Sister; Lucille Moore, Brothers; Tom Black, Henry Black, Joe Black, Alton Black and Virgil Black, Sister-In-Law Bridie Black and Brothers-In-Law; Aubry Womack and Robbie Womack.
 
Survivors include:
Two Daughters: Donna W. (Michael) Williams of Macon, GA and Brenda S. Durden of Memphis, TN.
 
Two Sons: Ray H. (Martha) Womack of Midville, GA and Lacy W. (Roma) Womack of Oakton, VA.
 
One Sister: Sarah B. Johnson of Herndon, GA.
 
Two Sisters-In-Law: Betty Black of Birdsville, GA and Blonnie Johnson of Midville, GA.
 
One Brother- In- Law: C. L. Womack of Swainsboro, GA
 
Loving Caregiver: Earline Johnson of Sandersville, GA
 
Seven Grandchildren: Jonathan (Luann) Womack, Scotty Womack, Kerry (Nabil) Lajdel, Kevin Womack, Jessica (Kent) Ames, Elizabeth Durden and Sarah Durden.
 
Nine Great-Grandchildren, Three Step Great-Grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
 
The family welcomes both flowers and/or contributions to the Midville Methodist Church, whose address is PO Box 345, Midville, Ga.  30441.
 
Condolences maybe submitted on-line at www.durden-hudsonfuneraldirectors.com
 
Durden-Hudson Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements for the funeral of Mrs. Susie Black Womack of Midville, GA.

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Olin Williams
   Posted Sat September 24, 2011
I am sending my sincerest condolences to the family, friends, and caregivers of Miss Susie. She was a wonderful person and will truly be missed.

Brenda Sue Womack Durden
   Posted Sat September 24, 2011
Dear Mom: I have four favorite memories of you and me. They are all apart of when we lived in the big house by the river. You had me in your lap and we were in a rocking chair on the front porch. I remember the night and the stars and being rocked by you. Another memory is one Christmas Eve in the big house. The coal fire was burning in the fire place and you read to us the Christmas Story from St. Luke's gospel. The third memory is one spring afternoon you took me (just me) to the the drug store and we each had a banana split.
We sat on the ice cream chairs and I felt like the most special little girl in the world. The last is one time when "The Story of Fatima" came to the theatre in Midville and for some reason I asked you if I could go and for some reason you said yes and you walked me to the movie theatre. That movie had such an impact on me and it still does. I must have been six or so. You left me there to watch it by myself. There was one other person in the theatre. I think he was the person who ran the projector. I thank you for that and for all the other things you did for each of us
I love you, Mom. I pray that now you are at peace and you can be fully alive and fully in joy.


Love,

Brenda

Brenda Sue Womack Durden
   Posted Sat September 24, 2011
Dear Mom: I have four favorite memories of you and me. They are all apart of when we lived in the big house by the river. You had me in your lap and we were in a rocking chair on the front porch. I remember the night and the stars and being rocked by you. Another memory is one Christmas Eve in the big house. The coal fire was burning in the fire place and you read to us the Christmas Story from St. Luke's gospel. The third memory is one spring afternoon you took me (just me) to the the drug store and we each had a banana split.
We sat on the ice cream chairs and I felt like the most special little girl in the world. The last is one time when "The Story of Fatima" came to the theatre in Midville and for some reason I asked you if I could go and for some reason you said yes and you walked me to the movie theatre. That movie had such an impact on me and it still does. I must have been six or so. You left me there to watch it by myself. There was one other person in the theatre. I think he was the person who ran the projector. I thank you for that and for all the other things you did for each of us
I love you, Mom. I pray that now you are at peace and you can be fully alive and fully in joy.


Love,

Brenda

Father Sam Messina
   Posted Sun September 25, 2011
Brenda sure looks like her mother. God bless Susie! I will offer two Holy Masses for her and her family. Blessings, Fr. Sam

Paul Thurman
   Posted Mon September 26, 2011
Dear All, I was really sorry to hear about Miss Susie. She was a lovely lady, and I know you will miss her very much. My deepest sympathy to you all. Paul

Audrey Hutcheson
   Posted Mon September 26, 2011
Donna and Family:

Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you and family.

Lance and Audrey Hutcheson

David Becker and family
   Posted Mon September 26, 2011
Brenda,
Julie, Susan, Bethe, Myself and our families extend our most sincere condolences to you and your family. This is a sad time but also a time of remembrance for all the good events that have take place in your mothers long lifetime. It is a celebration of her life.
Our prayers are with you and your family.
Dave

Sarah Bangley
   Posted Mon September 26, 2011
RAY, LACY, DONNA, BRENDA AND ALL FAMILY AND FRIENDS,
SINCERE SYMPATHY AND LOVE IS EXTENDED TO ALL OF YOU. "MRS" SUSIE RAISED HER FOUR CHILDREN WITH DISCIPLINE, LOVE, JOY AND A STRONG FAITH IN GOD DESPITE AT TIMES DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES. WHILE RAISING HER OWN CHILDREN, SHE OPENED HER HOME TO ALL THE MANY FRIENDS OF HER CHILDREN. SHE WAS A WONDERFUL ROLE MODEL AND INSPIRATION TO ALL OF US WHO WERE SO FORTUNATE TO HAVE HAD HER AS A FRIEND AND MENTOR. HAPPY MEMORIES OF HER WONDERFUL SMILE AND HEARTY LAUGH WILL BE WITH US FOREVER. MAY GOD BLESS EACH OF YOU. LOVE, SARAH

Kathy Jones
   Posted Tue September 27, 2011
My prayers and thoughts are with the family of Mrs. Womack, particularly my dear friend Brenda and her
Daughter, Sarah who have travelled there.


Jenny Brown
   Posted Tue September 27, 2011
Brenda,
My sincerest condolences, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I pray you can celebrate her life and find peace and comfort knowing the beauty of her eternal resting place!

You certainly do look so much like your mother.

The Boss Man and I send our love.

Jenny

Howard and Gretchen Franklin
   Posted Wed September 28, 2011
Dear Scotty and Family/Friends:

Ten (10) Gideon Bibles are being dedicated in honor of your Grandmother - Mrs. Susie Womack; a "living" testimony and witness for your "LIVING" Grandmother!

We love you - please REST!