Life Story of
Mrs. Georgia Ann Washington- Wilson
Mrs. Georgia Ann (Washington) Wilson was born on December 23, 1948 in Holly Hill, South Carolina, to the late Marion Edward and Eva Lee (Taylor) Washington.
Georgia was a class of 1967 Flint Northwestern High School Graduate.
Georgia was baptized at an early age and was a member of North Central Church of Christ. Once relocating to Huntsville, Alabama was a member of Blue Springs Road Church of Christ.
Georgia was a dedicated worker with strong work ethics throughout her career. Prior to retirement from General Motors with 33 years of service, Georgia was willfully employed at stepping stone employers at a bakery, a cleaners, her daughter's school as a lunchroom lady, The Fair Department Store and Michigan Unemployment Office.
Georgia was a strong role model for many demonstrating the importance of hard work, bettering your life, achieving your goals, taking care of yourself, dressing to impress and looking your best at all times.
Georgia enjoyed decades of cruising with family, friends, and coworkers. While on the cruises, Georgia enjoyed all aspects of the ship, playing Bingo, visiting the Casino, enjoying the Broadway Productions and experiencing the numerous destinations.
Georgia had a talent for interior decorating, along with beautifying her outer home with flowers and seasonal decorations. She also was an avid movie goer.
Georgia was known for her famous banana pudding! Georgia enjoyed making this delicious dessert during the holidays, at all family gatherings, for work potlucks and church events. Several people looked forward to serving “Georgia’s Banana Pudding” at their golfing events and family reunion events.
Georgia was preceded in death by her parents Marion Edward and Eve Lee Washington, sister Angela Washington.
Georgia leaves to cherish her memory: daughters, Deneen Michelle Locke of Blue Island, IL, Genea Alana (Kenneth) Flowers of Huntsville, Alabama and Maya Donese Wilson of Huntsville, Alabama, only grandchild Lauryn Alexia Rainey of Mobile, Alabama, only great grandchild Za’Niyah Eliana Lake of Mobile, Alabama. Three brothers Johnnie (Barbara), Marion (Jackie), Jr. of Flint, Michigan, James Howard (Cheryl) of Stone Mountain, Georgia. One sister Desiree Kim Day of Columbia, South Carolina. Georgia will be missed by a host of several: nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, friends and by lifelong friends of Mrs. Gearldine Foote, Mrs. Willie-Jo Foote and Mrs. Gloria Watson.
The family would like to express special thanks to Dr. John Waples and the staff at Clearview Cancer Center, Huntsville Hospital, and Hospice Family Care.