- 65 years old
- Date of birth: May 18, 1950
- Date of passing: Jan 13, 2016
|Let the memory of George be with us forever|
SFC Ret. George Wayne Womack of Columbus, passed away Wednesday at his home. He was 65 years old and resided at 1310 Kings Mountain Road.
SFC Womack will be laid to rest with full military honors at the National Cemetery, Ft. Mitchell, AL., on Friday, January 22, 2016 following a Eleven O'Clock A.M. Homegoing Celebration in the sanctuary of New Testament Christian Center Church officiated by Pastor, Bishop James A. Lewis.
Visitation is 4:00 til 6:00 P.M. Thursday at the funeral home.
The cortege will depart from the residence Friday at 10:30 A.M.
Arrangements entrusted to Progressive Funeral Home, Inc. "A Touch Of Dignity For Those Who Care." www.progressivefuneralhome.com
"Sorry to hear of your love one home going.I use to live at 1302 kingsmountain rd.I use to be his neighbor and friend.I could not have had a better neighbor.a tree fell on my house from his yard,he came and rang my door bell and inform me what happen,he said I am going to call my insurance company and get this taken care of asap.He said go ahead and notify your insurance company,and let them no I am taking care it. I said ok.Donald Vines 7066042837"
"Jackie and Family
Our prayers are with you during this difficult time. May God give you comfort and peace.
Lamuriel Peagler Adams - Smyrna, Georgia
John and Mozelle Peagler - Greenville, Alabama
Correggio Peagler - Lithonia, Georgia"
"My deepest sympathy to my loving neighbors, I pray that God will send comfort, grace and strength to you and your family Mrs. Womack. I love you."
"“We Thank God That George Wayne Womack Came Our Way”
Today we are silent, to pay Tribute to George Wayne Womack A member of the May 30, 1968 Class Of Lomax – Hannon High School, Greenville , Alabama. We was A very close class with eights boys and four girls. He will be joining three of the boys David Knight, Miami, FL, Roy Lee, Greenville, AL and John Durant, Pensacola, FL
We the four boys and four girls want so much to help you and to be there for you now, to comfort you thought all of this if only we knew how. Our Hands and Hearts reach out to say you’ll never be alone. For we know that GOD has you all Wrapped in his Care.
We earnestly believe that if George Wayne could speak to us today he would say: “ I am Home in HEAVEN dear classmates oh so Happy and so Bright; there is perfect Joy and Beauty in the Everlasting Light. All the daily Pain, Grief and Restless are over. “I am in “PEACE FOREVER”, Safety home at last. When all your work is completed, he will gently call you home, Oh the rapture of that meeting, oh the Joy to see you come. We ask GOD Almighty to Accept our classmate George Wayne in his CARE.
With Pray and Love, The member of The May 30, 1968 Class of Lomax – Hannon High School, Greenville, AL: Allison Crittenden, Jr. Battle Creek, MI, Lewis Hobby, Chicago, IL, Justice Todd, Birmingham, AL, Julia Mae Parmer, Ralph P. Watts, Betty Morgan Davidson, Mildred George Heard, and Geraldine Campbell Feagin, all of Greenville, Alabama,
Submitted: January 21, 2016 By
Geraldine Campbell Feagin
151 E. Perdue Street
Greenville, AL 36037-3313"
"My sympathy and heartfelt prayers to all who knew and loved him and especially his family."
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