Charlie Mae Myers

February 12, 1924 - July 01, 2019

Obituary for Charlie Mae Myers

The Myers family is sad to announce the passing of a loved one.

Charlie Mae Myers born Feb 12, 1924, Poulan, Georgia to the late Ms. Lillie Boatwright and the late Mr. Steve Kitchen.

She was Educated in the Worth County School System. Charlie Mae was a caterer for many years and also she was dietician supervisor at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia.

On Monday, July 1st, 2019 Charlie Mae departed her life at her home in Sylvester, GA surrounded by her family.

She was preceded in death by her late husband William James Myers, her great-great-grandson Jayce McCray, her brothers Willie Ben Kitchen and Elize “Yank” Kitchen, her sisters: Hattie Henry, Missie Westbrook, Mary Kitchen, Annie Mae Jackson, Rose Mae Hall, and Evelyn Boatwright.

Charlie Mae was known for taking anyone in and making them her own. She loved to cook, dance and travel. She loved the Lord, she read her bible every day. She was a praying woman of God. She didn’t meet any strangers wherever she went. If you were sick she made you well, and if you were sad she knew how to make you laugh, and if you had a problem she would always tell you to give it to the Lord in prayer. No matter who you were she’ll tell you how it is.

She leaves to cherish her memories one daughter: Velmont (Eric) Montague; two sons Percy Cooley of Philadelphia, Vincent (Brittany) Myers, Tifton; four grandchildren, Sean Cooley, Pehaven (Gladys) Cooley of Tifton, Leon (Patricia) Cooley of Sylvester and James (Shannon) Early of Charlotte NC. She has 21 great grands and 12 great-great grandchildren.




Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
280 Pleasant Grove Church Road
Poulan, Ga 31781
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11:00 AM
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
280 Pleasant Grove Church Road
Poulan, Ga 31781
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Servant of God Well Done, Rest from thy love employ. Your battle is fought and your victory is won; Enter into thy Master's joy. Mother Myers was a great and sweet woman of God who lived a Godly life. She loved God, her family, her dog, and people. She would get happy just talking about the Lord. You shall be missed in Worth County and in the neighborhood. Sleep on "Granny" and take your rest I'll see you again.
- Bishop TO Alford

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