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Juwannecia Buxton

Juwannecia Stanekia "Tuca" Buxton Mrs.

Friday, July 18th, 1980 - Wednesday, November 4th, 2020
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Obituary Juwannecia Stanekia Buxton, was born on Friday, July 18, 1980, at Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. She became a member of the Gospel Explosions Word Ministry when it was founded in 1998 by the Honorable Bishop Willie and Dr. Loretta Ellison Jones, both of whom are also her parents. She attended Burke County public schools and went on to obtain her degree and state board licensing in cosmetology from Augusta Technical College. She also obtained her degree in phlebotomy and certified pharmacy technician at Training For Life Center in Augusta, Georgia. Juwannecia began singing gospel music at the early age of eight years old and music was her first love. She was the founder and lead singer of her gospel group Juwannecia & TRU. She began her business, Ladies R Us Salon & Boutique in 2012. Juwannecia was not a stranger to anyone; she met a friend everywhere she went. She loved her husband, five children, and family and friends immensely. She will be greatly missed. She leaves to cherish: her loving husband, Reginald Tirell Buxton, Sr., of Augusta, GA; her five beautiful children, Reginald “Tirell” Buxton, Jr., Ja’Quetta Buxton, Whitney Buxton, Shekinah Buxton, and Terrell Buxton; parents, Loretta Ellison Jones and Willie Jones, Jr., both of Sardis, GA, Stanley Wayne (Ileen) Dunbar of Statesboro, GA, and Edna Dunbar of Savannah, GA; two sisters, Tabitha (Shaun) Pierce of Sardis, GA, and Crystal (Alonzo) Blockett of Camp Lejeune, NC; three brothers, Stanley Dunbar, Jr., of College Park, GA, Willie Jones III of Sardis, GA, and Eric Ellison of Waynesboro, GA; three special sisters, Elonda, Cheryl, and Jacqueline Jones, all of SC; a special brother, Antwan (Kira) Ruth of Savannah, GA; her best friend, LaQuinilla Jones of Waynesboro, GA; a special aunt and uncle, Cassandra Denise Lewis and Reginald Lewis, both of Hephzibah, GA; and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, godchildren, in-laws, and friends. Juwannecia’s Eulogy (Acts 9:36-43) Tuca lived a life of significance that provided her good workmanship. She possessed the gift of bringing people together and was also a great spiritual being who served everyone all the time. This great soul will never die, but has only transitioned from her earthly tasks. Tuca will also be recognized as a “Spiritual Catalyst” who always brought us together again and again, regardless of her mortal absence. She is no longer present in the fleshly realm, but her spiritual countenance continuously brings us together in a celebratory fashion. She was a powerful “Woman of Influence” and authority. Tuca’s life purpose has embroidered her name in history forever. In the city of Joppa, there was an influential woman by the name of Dorcas, whose surname was Tabitha. Tuca reminds us of Dorcas, who was filled with great workmanship. The community of residents in Joppa could hardly take the death of Dorcas. Tuca was bewailed and lamented just like Dorcas, during her experiences on such a tedious journey. She was a woman who cared about the physical needs and the well being of others. Today, we are either acquiring knowledge or being reminded of a woman who made a difference in the world around her. In the city of Joppa, a woman named Tabitha (Dorcas) was known for “abounding with deeds of kindness and charity, which she continuously did,” Acts 9:36. Likewise, in the city of Sardis, a woman named Juwannecia (Tuca) was known for abounding with deeds of kindness and charity, which she continuously did until the day she transitioned. THE DEEDS OF THE GOOD REMAIN TO TESTIFY FOR THEM after death has taken them away. We now salute the “General” of bringing people together, Mrs. Juwannecia Stanekia Buxton, by the clapping of hands, standing ovation, and the saying of Amen. Sincerely Yours, Eulogist: Dr. Loretta Ellison Jones
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Service Details

  • Service

    12:00pm
    Location
    Margaret Ellen Warren Cemetery
    Address
    Sardis, Old Sardis Road GA
  • Interment

    Location
    Margaret Ellen Warren Cemetery
    Address
    Sardis, Old Sardis Road GA

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