Funeral Services for Ossie "Luell" Ridley, Monday, July 22, 1996, 1:00 P.M., Greater Lizzieboro Baptist Church, 1150 Fort Hill Street, Macon, GA, Rev. Moses Dumas, Officiating, Interment, Kings Chapel Church Cemetery, "Hutchings Services"

PALLBEARERS

Howard Floyd Ronald Williams Steve Floyd

Calvin Ridgeway Andre Adkins
Christopher Cabiness

A PRAYER
God, give me eyes that I might see the work that can be done by me.
God, give me ears that I may hear the cries of those who need me near.
God, give me a mind that I might know how to help those who need me so.
God, give me lips that I might speak comfort, peace to all who seek.
God, give me hands that I might do some large or simple task for You.
God, give me a prayer that I may pray Thy help and guidance every day .
And this one thing, all else above: God give me a heart, that I may love.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
The family of the late Sis. Luell Ridley wishes to express our sincere thanks for the many acts of kindness shown to us during our time of bereavement. May God bless each of you and surround you with His love.

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MONDAY, JULY 22, 1996 1:00 P.M.
GREATER LIZZIEBORO BAPTIST CHURCH 1150 FORT HILL STREET MACON, GA
REV. MOSES DUMAS, OFFICIATING INTERMENT
KINGS CHAPEL CHURCH CEMETERY

OBITUARY
Luell was born July 19, 1924 to the parentage of the late Wardelers Floyd and Mamie Thompson Floyd in Walton County, Georgia. She departed this life July 17, 1996.
She was educated in the Walton and Bibb Counties School Systems. She was married to the late Marshall Ridley of Macon. She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Smith Chapel Church in Barrow County, Georgia.
Sister Ridley was a dedicated member of the Greater Lizzieboro Baptist Church for over fifty years. Some of her church affiliations included: member of the Deaconess Board, Ladies Missionary Ministry, the Alexander-Miller-Ellis (A.M.E.) Bible Class, Beautification Committee, Adult Women, Sunday School Class, Pastor's Aid Ministry and President of Senior Choir.
Those who cherish her memory are: three sisters, Cora F. Williams of Macon, Doris Card and Gladys Young of Cleveland, Ohio; one brother, Ernest Floyd of Macon; two sisters-in-law, Thelma Floyd and Rena R. Glover of Macon; a host of nieces, nephews, devoted relatives and friends.

ORDER OF SERVICE
Prelude
Processional and Last Glance
Selection ................................................... Lizzieboro Choir Prayer
Scripture Old Testament New Testament
Tribute/Expressions ....................... Dea. Derrick Dumas Lizzieboro Baptist Ms. Katie Griffis McAfee Family
Selection ................................................... Lizzieboro Choir ((It Is Well With My Sour'
Reflections .......................................................... Soft Music Silent Reading of Obituary
The Eulogy ...................................... Pastor M. D. Dumas
Recessional
Interment Kings Chapel Church Cemetery
The family will return to the church for dinner.

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