Celebration of Life
Mrs. Minnie Louise Hendrix Lackey
August 11, 1926~November 18, 2013
Friday November 22, 2013
1:00 O'Clock P.M.
Bethlehem Baptist Church
2177 Usher Street
Covington, Georgia 30014
Rev. H. K. Benton Jr. Pastor, Eulogist
Assisted by Others
Today we pause to pay tribute and to celebrate our mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, cousin, neighbor and friend. Minnie Louise Hendrix Lackey was born on August 11, 1926 to the late Mr. Sandy Hendrix and Mrs. Adella Harper Hendrix.
She was educated at Washington Street School in Covington, Georgia. Minnie Louise was baptized at an early age at Bethlehem Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Joel King and was active in the Bethlehem Church Choir.
She was United in Holy Matrimony to the late Mr. Lester Lackey, Sr. in the Leguinn Community.
Minnie Louise will be remembered by cooking Sunday meals and feeding anyone who came by the Sandhill Community. Her favorite was Hen, Chicken and Dressing every Sunday.
She departed this earthly life on Monday, November 18, 2013. She was preceded in death by, one sister, Elizabeth and two brothers, William and Fredrick.
She leaves to mourn, four children; Mr. & Mrs. Lester (Constance) Lackey Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence (Ruby Ann) Lester, Mr. Vernon Ike Lackey and Mr. & Mrs. Darrell (Connie) Jones, grandchildren; Lyndy, Torrence, Tiffany, Tatashia, Terrica, Brandy, Tanishia, Demond, Tradarius, LaQuoya, Tyrell and Taliyah, a devoted adopted daughter, Mrs. Connie Sawyers, along with Terrance, Kedric, Kristy, nieces and nephews, Mrs. Goldie Dallas, Mrs. Frances Jackson, Mr. & Mrs. Forrest (Sharon) Sawyer, Mr. & Mrs. Terry (Connie) Sawyer and Mr. Steve Sawyer, devoted friends; Mrs. Camilla Lackey, Mrs. Denise Myzeck Mrs. Emogene Williams, Mrs. Mary Alice Henderson, Mrs. Mary Baker and Mrs. Helen Campbell and a host of other relatives and friends.
Covington, Georgia 30014
The family of Mrs. Minnie Louise Hendrix Lackey wish to express our gratitude for all the expressions of kindness which has been shown to us during this brief time of illness, and our time of bereavement. Your visits were comforting, the substance you brought sustained us, your cards, and calls consoled us, and your prayers uplifted us. For each person that has blessed us so tremendously we sincerely thank you and pray God return his blessings to you, for your love toward our family. A special thanks to Rockdale Healthcare and Staff Conyers, Georgia.