Let the memory of Vernita be with us forever.
Vernita was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend with a beautiful spirit inside and out. She was a very creative person who loved scrapbooking, sowing, and cooking.
  • 63 years old
  • Born on July 25, 1955 .
  • Passed away on March 9, 2019 in Georgia, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Vernita Middlebrooks 63 years old , born on July 25, 1955 and passed away on March 9, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Shytavia Jewsome on March 17, 2019
My loving and caring Aunt...I love you.
Posted by Malisha Johnson on March 15, 2019
I was fortunate enough to be apart of this amazing light for 13 years. Her granddaughter and my daughter meet in school at age 3. They're friendship turned us all into family. She became a grandmother to all of my children and a second mother to me. She would never let me leave her presence without telling me that she loved me. Even without those words I felt it as soon as she walked into the room. Her laugh was infectious her smile was blinding and her spirit was warm. I am blessed to know this beautiful angel will spread her wings far and wide and her presence will continue to be felt. Love always.
Posted by Calvin Johnson on March 15, 2019
Ms Vernita was my light and my joy whenever I saw her. I met her years ago at Itellia’s party. She was welcoming but real with me. The result of that night was a running joke that I was afraid to challenge her in spades because she would “scar” me. (Obviously she won). I appreciate her always laughing with me. I loved seeing all 3 generations of Middlebrooks women whenever I could. She will always be remembered.
Posted by Joe Jewsome on March 15, 2019
Love and miss you Auntie, the youngest of my aunts, and wasn’t afraid to let it be known. Neat was so hip and cool, I remember her along her sister, my other Aunt, “dropping it like it’s hot” at my oldest brothers wedding. Words can’t express how much you will be missed and much we are all sadden by your passing but we rejoice in the fact that we gained another angel to watch over all of us.
Love you and miss you Auntie,
Love Joe
Posted by M J on March 15, 2019
My Aunt Vernita was always cool!!! Laid back when she wanted to be, but on 10 when she needed to be, but always a pleasure to be around. If you asked she would tell you, but you better be ready for the truth!!! Beautiful both inside and out, my Auntie Neat was all that!!!
Love your Nephew,
Posted by Daniel Jewsome on March 15, 2019
To my loving Aunt. I’m going to miss your loving smile, hug, and kiss you would give me on the cheek every time you saw me. You always told me that I was “so handsome”, and I never really thought that about myself but it always made me feel good. I’m still in a little disbelief that you’re no longer with us in the physical. But, I believe your spirit will always remain. I’m gonna miss you.
Your Nephew,
Posted by Melody Sykes on March 14, 2019
My Condolences To Itellia & Quanza her Daughters, as I sit here with tears streaming down my face trying to collect myself from the sting of death. She was always there for me and vice versa. we always talk smack to each other ending in Laughter. I really miss her now. It’s not easy because I truly Loved her as my sister,I know she’s In a better place now.No more pain or suffering. The Both of you stay Encouraged and Love each other. She will be Forever more In the memory of our Hearts, ”Gone But Not Forgotten” God Is a pillar of strength in the time of dispair. WeLove you all.Dennis Melody&Lil Dennis ♥️
Posted by Trina Johnson on March 14, 2019
My Lord
You are truly receiving an angel.
Ms. Vernita was my other mother, she was my friend. She made me feel like I should be the highest paid comedian, because she laughed at me all the time
Then there were times that only God had for us to talk and to pray. Conversations that were made just for me, her and God. I know she is whole and free and her love and laughter will be with us forever. I remember she gave me a job at Exxon. Boy did we have some times there lol. Rest easy sweet Angel, till we meet again❤
Posted by Amanda Gaines on March 14, 2019
From the first time I met you, until the last, you ALWAYS greeted me with a smile and ask me how I was doing. You had such a welcoming spirit about you and we always talked about our natural hair whenever we colored it lol I always told you that I couldn’t get my hair to curl like yours because you had good hair and you’d just laugh at me like “you right” lolol There was never a day you looked sad when I saw you and those are the memories that I’ll forever keep. Sleep in Peace, you will be missed . . . .
Posted by Tit Middlebrooks on March 14, 2019
To my beautiful mother, i remember saying to you that I wouldn’t know what to do if you ever left me and you would say “you would live on.” Mom its hard cause i will miss your warm hands on my face when you wipe my tears while in pain, i will miss having you to talk with and get advice about ( relationships) which you had plenty too say..lol. So momma i will try and do what you say “live on” but believe me it will be hard cause you were my ROAD DOG where ever i went you followed. Those are the memories that i pray to God that will make me strong. I love you my precious angel and i will see you again. Now momma you can rest!!!
         I Love the hell out of you
Your daughter Itellia
Posted by Esther Reid on March 14, 2019
Sending my Condolences to my best friend .
Tit I’m going to miss her even though I didn’t see her often but she was my friend. Beautiful person,had a beautiful spirit. Mrs. Esther Reid
Posted by Jennifer Middlebrooks on March 14, 2019
Vernita, my sister and friend. Love you always. I’ll look back on the memories.
Posted by Meelle Roundtree on March 14, 2019
Your truly going to be missed. I’m glad that I was able to be apart of your life.U were an amazing person with a good loving heart.U will always be my Auntie Neat.
Posted by Nicolia White on March 14, 2019
Where do I start? I meet this beautiful soul while working at SRMC. I bonded with her immediately, I mean it was instant. I shared a lot of my feelings with her, about the recent loss of my Father. She encouraged me, and although she was the one who needed care I would find myself going into her room for her to care for me. When I found out that she had transitioned, I felt kind of stuck. In my mind, I thought there would be more time. My deepest sympathy goes out to Tit and the rest of the family, may God continue to strengthen you. I will never forget her, her kindness or the way she took time to care for me while she herself needed care.

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