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Lena “Pearl” Mullins-Macon

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1940 – 2020

  • Lena “Pearl” Mullins-Macon

Mrs. Lena “Pearl” Scott Mullins—Macon of Agnes Dr., Eatonton, GA Beloved Mother, Grandmother, and Cousin born January 20, 1940 in Eatonton, GA made her transition on Sunday, June 28, 2020 at Eatonton Health and Rehabilitation Center in Eatonton, Georgia at the age of 80. She was the daughter of the late Virgil Scott and Carrie Binion Scott of Eatonton, GA.

Graveside services were held Wednesday morning, July 1, 2020 at Texas AME Cemetery on Texas Chapel Rd, Eatonton, Georgia with Rev. Willie C. Jone eulogist. and Evangelist Thedoria Sneed officiating.

Mrs. Lena “Pearl” Scott Mullins Macon was born January 20, 1940 in Putnam County to the parents of the late Virgil and Carrie Scott.

Mrs. Mullins was a native and lifelong resident of Putnam County. She was educated in the Putnam County School System. She accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and was a member at Pinkerton Grove Baptist Church. Sher served faithfully as a church member until her health begin to fail.

Pearl (what she was affectionally called) married the late Wille George Macon and they enjoyed many years together. Her grandchildren were her world.

Pearl was the youngest of her sibling which all precede her in death; three sisters, Rosa Mae Scott Cheeley, Mary Lucy Scott and Julia Mae Scott and three brothers, Willie Henry Scott, Joseph Scott and Virgil Scott and a granddaughter JaLisa Scott.

Additionally, she leaves to cherish her memories: six children, Joseph (Patricia) Scott, Seattle WA, Michael (Janet) Scott, Milledgeville, GA, Diane (Ronnie) Simmons, Eatonton, GA, Charlie (Dejuana) Mullins, Athens, GA, Janet Tyler, Warner Robins, GA and Calvin Mullins, Eatonton, GA, 7 grandchildren, Tamica Lawson, Shartresse (Peaches) Wanza, Sharelle (Ktoe) Farley, Shatrina (Tayeon)Spencer, Ronnie Simmons Jr., all of Eatonton, GA and Marcus Lawson Warner Robins, GA. Two very special nieces, Doris Scott and Joann Evans, 7 great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Hurt’s Funeral Home of Eatonton LLC were in charge of final arrangements.