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ASHLEY D'ANDREA BROWN, affectionately known as, "LIL BIT", was born November 26,1984 in Augusta, Georgia to Beverly A. Robinson and James Mack Pollard.
Ashley received her early education at Copeland Elementary School, Morgan Road Middle School and Langford Middle School. She received her secondary education from the Academy of Richmond County (ARC). Filled with spark and enthusiasm, she took Richmond by storm participating on the cheerleading squad and track team. She graduated in the Spring of 2003.
Soon thereafter, she started her professional career with Allstate Insurance Company as an Administrative Assistant. During her tenure, she learned the benefits of hard work and the rewards of determination.
In 2007, she made a transition to T-Mobile, where she worked as a Customer Service Representative. She was responsible for "keeping customers connected to those that mattered most Her attention to detail coupled with her tenacious drive for excellence, yielded her promotion to a supervisory position. Her ability to instruct and inspire others helped her reach great success and she thrived. She was very proud of her accomplishments.
Ashley was known for her sharp fashion sense and love of travel. She and her close group of girlfriends took every opportunity to venture out of Augusta. Because of Ashley's genuine love for her family, she was an affectionate daughter, devoted sister, adoring aunt, and trusting friend. Though she will be missed dearly, she will be a wonderful addition to the chorus in heaven.
She leaves to cherish her memory: her loving mother, Beverly A. Robinson of Augusta, GA; father, James Mack Pollard; grandmother, Ms. Geneva Pollard; sisters, LeKeisha Lee, Sharon Wilson and Shannon Wilson; brothers, Marlon Nipper, Cameron Bates and Christopher Bates; great-great aunts, Lena Ivey and Helen Hill; aunts, Brenda (Rufus) Foster, Margaret (Ernest) Bates and Judy Brown; uncle, John (Belinda) Brown, Jr.; nieces, Morgan, Monai, Camaree Bates and Camryn Bates; nephews, Lannis and Latrell Lee; cousins, Venesa Foster, Yvette FosterWilliams, Charmaine Foster-Richardson, NaTasha Brown, Natalie Brown, NaTrina Brown, Princeton (Jonnita) Nash, JaQuez Frails, Johnny Lee, IV, David Williams, III and Calvin Richardson; special family friends, Devin Knight, Romaigne DePalm, Ingra Johnson and Mary Hampton.
SOLO.................................................................... LaTonia Smiley REFLECTIONS (Limited to thefollowing people)
As A Student ~ Ms. Baldwin, Former Teacher As A Friend - Jana Loftin and Toi Hankerson
As A Co-worker - Henry Steadman
SELECTION.......................................... Tabernacle Church Choir
WORDS OF COMFORT....... Reverend Charles E. Goodman, Jr.
INTERMENT......................................... Hillcrest Memorial Park
REPAST Tabernacle Family Life Center
David W illiams, Jr, David Brown, Jr. Ty Shine Darrin Shine Radeek W ebb Bradford Glover
F red Brown Daniel Ream
ARC Class of 2003
The Robinson / Brown Families would like to extend our warmest gratitude for all expressions of love shown throughout our challenging times. The calls, cards, flowers, food, prayers,
and words of comfort were appreciated more than you will ever know. It is in times like these when we realize what love really means . . .
and you all have truly made us feel loved.
Special thanks and appreciation to Amy Bauman, Cheryl Jones, Jana Loftin, Toi Hankerson, Libra Miller, Rykeeshia Scott,
and T-Mobile USA (Augusta Call Center and Retail Locations).
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G od looked around H is garden A nd He found an empty place. He then looked down upon this earth
An d saw your tired face. H e put H is arms around you
A nd lifted you to rest. G od's garden must be beautiful;
H e always takes the best. He knew that you were suffering;
He knew you were in pain. H e knew that you would never
Get well on earth again. H e saw the road was getting rough,
A nd the hills were hard to climb. So H e closed your weary eyelids, A nd whispered "P eace be thine
I t broke our heart to lose you,
I VISION YOUR BEAUTIFUL FACE
The twinkle of your eye, and things of such, The bond we created from m y womb To THE DAY YOU WERE BORN Is A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER BOND That could never be torn
With the strength and guidance of G od A nd the blessings he pours down above
You WERE AS PRECIOUS AS A FLOWER A nd as gorgeous as a rose You WERE SWEET AS HONEY
A nd brlghter than an y star in the sky
I WILL ALWAYS BE YOUR MOTHER FIRST, B u t I WAS ALWAYS YOUR FRLEND
YO U WERE THE MOST PRECIOUS GIFT TO ME
A nd I love you
. . . Love M ommy . . .