Pecola Campbell

Pecola Campbell (Coleman)

Friday, September 10th, 1937 - Sunday, January 24th, 2021
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For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith
2 Timothy 4 : 6-7

Pecola Coleman Campbell was born September 10th, 1937 in Millen, Georgia to the late Carrie Lee Coleman. In the early hours of Sunday, January 24, 2021, Pecola entered into eternal rest.

Pecola was united in Holy Matrimony to the late Alton Campbell. She was a member of Beechwood Baptist Church where she served as church secretary for over 60 years.

Pecola was a nurse for an extended amount of time as well as a person care provider/owner. Pecola was also a mental health counselor. She was a stellar in the community assisting with her volunteer at the Senior Citizen Building.

Pecola was a past Worth Matron where she served several years and a life ember of New Aurora Chapter #60 Order of Eastern Star of Waynesboro, Georgia.

Pecola was preceded in death by her sister; Mrs. Elizabeth Jones and grandson; Mr. Antonio “Buck” Walker.

She leaves to cherish her precious memories: her loving son; Ricky V. Coleman of Waynesboro, GA, one sister; Mrs. Maggie Pinckney of St. Petersburg, FL, six loving grandchildren; Charelle Sims, Latoya Huff, Swan Adams, Latarsha Webb, Rodrick Cooper and Ricardo Webb of Waynesboro, GA, a host of great grandchildren, one great-grandchild, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
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Ellarea Clark

Posted at 07:15pm
I have enjoyed knowing you for the short time that I did. The times we ran into each other at the grocery stores talking about certain things .


Posted at 05:44pm
Ms. Pecola, it has been a complete joy knowing you for many years. I always look forward to our rides together or sometimes our visits to Taylor's to get a soul food meal. I could call you at the last minute and ask you if you wanted to attend revival with me on a certain night. By the time I would drive from Midville to Waynesboro you would come out all decked out from head to toe "ready" I must admit that I will surely miss you. I am sure that Lucinda will miss you, as well. I will continue to take care of her. Love you continuously.

Bernard Walker

Posted at 07:21pm
Mrs. Peacola was the sweetest and warm heart person I have ever met. I will miss her much. I love You. Minister Bernard Walker and family. Take your rest sweet lady

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