Obsequies for Mrs. Queenie Louise Varner Crawford, Friday, March 19, 1982, 4:00 P.M., St. Paul A.M.E. Church, 989 Morrow Avenue, Macon, Georgia, Reverend E.S. Mallory, Officiating, Internment: Woodlawn Memorial Park, Thomas Memorial Funeral Home Services

PALLBEARERS
Co-WORKERS OF ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE
HONORARY PALLBEARERS
OFFICERS OF THE CHURCH
A C K N 0 W LEDGE MEN T
If Mrs. Crawford could express her feelings to you now-- she-would say ; I know it is over I know it i s ov er at last! Down sail ! the sheathed anchor uncovered , for the stress of the voyage has passed . Life like a tempest of ocean hath outbreathed its ultimate blast and Behold! like the welcoming quiver those lights in the harbor at last , The heavenly harbor at last!
The Family wishes to thank their many friends for all acts of kindness rendered during their hours of bereavement.

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MRS. QUEENIE LOUISE VARNER CRAWFORD
Friday, March 19, 1982 4:00 P.M.
ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH 989 Morrow Avenue Macon, Georgia
REVEREND E. S. MALLORY, OFFICIATING INTERMENT: WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK
Thomas Memorial _Funeral Home Services

OBITUARY
Mrs. Queenie Louise Varner Crawford was born \pril 22, 1916 to the parentage of the late Mr. Uld Mrs. Charlie Var.ner in Jackson, Georgia.
She departed this life March 15, 1982. She joined the Bethel A.M.E. Church, Jackson, ~eorgia a t an early age where she sang in the :hoir, t aught Sunday School and was secretary of the church. When she moved to MAcon, Georgi a she lecame affiliated with the St. Paul A.M. E. Church family . She taught Sunday School. Due t o i l lness she was unable to attend church and Sunday School, ~ut she continued making financial contributions mtil her death . She attended State Teachers College Forsyth , ~eorgia and Fort Valley State Col l ege . She taught school s everal years at Mt . Zion , Jackson, Georgia. She was a Civi l Service Worker at Robins Air Force aa s e for 32 or mor e years . Mrs. Crawford survivors include four sisters, !-Irs. Alma Thurman, and Mrs. Velma Wyatt, Jackson , Georgia, Ms. Mamie Christine Verner of New York City, Mrs. Susie T. Varner of Mt. Kisco , N.Y .; a brother, Mr. Willie J. Varner Newark, N.J.; sis ter-in-law, Mrs. Mildred Va rner, Jackson, Ga.; brother-in-laws, Mr. Nathaniel Thurman II, Jackson , Ga. and Mr. L.J. Wyatt J a ckson, Ga. A devoted niece Ms. Portia Eusery:, who lived with her, and a devoted friend Mrs . Willie Mae Farmer. Other nieces and nephews; Mr. and Mrs. James Grier, Tallahass ee, Flor ida, Mrs. Betty J. Thurman, Jackson, Ga., Dr. and Mrs. Edward Mack Decatur , Ga., Mr . and Mrs. Gary Thurman Decatur, Ga., Ms. Monica Thurman Carrolton , Ga., Nathaniel Thurman III U.S . Navy New Orleans , La., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis Jackson, Ga., Mr . and Mrs . Ronnie Ball Jackson , Ga . , Ms . Gretcher Wyatt , Decatur, Ga., Ma . Ada Wyatt, Ms. Donna Wyatt, Ms. Freda Wyatt, Mr. L.J. Wyatt all of J a ckson, Ga. Several cousins and many sorrowing friends .

PROGRAM
PROCESSIONAL .2?f
SELECTION.~~-~ Choir
PRAYER Rev . Frank Freeman, Jr . SCRI PTURE : OLD TESTAMENT Rev . Leonar d Searcy NEW TESTAMENT ~ Rev . W. C. James SOLO Mrs . AlLee Lamar
OBITUARY./. f:f..... ...................Soft Music
EULOGY Rev. E. S. Ma lory
RECESSIONAL
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