A celebration of life for Mr. Wayne Phinazee Jenkins, Sr., October 15, 1961-November 27, 1992, Tuesday, December 1, 1992, 1:00 p.m., Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 1260 Wrightsboro Road, Augusta, Georgia, Rev. Clyde Hill, Sr., pastor

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Mr,Wayne Phinazee Jenkins, Sr,

October 15, 1961

November 27, 1992

Tuesday, December 1, 1992 - 1:00 P.M. MOUNT CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1260 Wrightsboro Road Augusta, Georgia
Rev. Clyde Hill, Sr., Pastor

Obituary
"To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
A time to be bom and a time to die. "
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The flowers discharge their ministry of love, elaborate their work, seed and die, but not until their work is done. The mighty oak retains its vigor for ages, but falls at last. The insect race fade with the leaf and die with dying yeajs; their span of life is brief, but they have finished their work and dropped into timely dissolution; death comes to all seasons and all ages.
Thus it came to Wayne Phinzaee Jenkins on Friday, November 17, 1992 at the Eisenhower Medical Center. He was born October 15, 1961 to Charlie Phinazee Jenkins and the late Janie Ruth Jenkins in Richmond County, Georgia.
He attended the public schools of Richmond County and was a 1979 graduate of George P. Butler High School, Aiken Technical College and attended Augusta College. He was a supervisor at the Savannah River Plant.
Wayne realized his religious needs at the age of 12 and was baptized at Mount Calvary Baptist Church under the pastorate of Rev. Clyde Hill, Sr. in 1973. He was one of the original members of the Junior Deacons Ministry and was a former member of the F. H. Hart Male Chorus.
He was joined in Holy Matrimony to the former Elaine Martele Alston on June 23, 1984. To this union two children were born: Wayne Phinazee Jenkins, Jr. and Aisha Martele Jenkins. Wayne will be remembered as a dedicated husband, father, son, loyal friend, and an excellent advisor who exhibited incredible patience.
He leaves to cherish fond memories: a devoted wife, Elaine Martele Jenkins; a son, Wayne Phinzaee Jenkins, Jr.; a daughter, Aisha Martele Jenkins, all of Hephzibah, Ga.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Phinazee Jenkins of Augusta, Ga.; mother-in-law, Mrs. Sarah Hamilton of Augusta, Ga.; grandfather, Mr. Floyd Smith, Sr. of Augusta, Ga.; two brothers-in-law, Rev. James Hamilton and Mr. Charles Hamilton of Atlanta, Ga.; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Ranee Hamilton and Mrs. Tommie Hamilton o f Atlanta, Ga.; four aunts, Mrs. Corine Blount, Mrs. Rebecca'Hargrove, Mrs. Evelyn Powell and Mrs. Vivian M. Smith, Augusta, Ga.; three uncles, Mr. Johnny Powell, Mr. Mack Blount and Mr. Floyd Smith, Jr., of Augusta, Ga.; five godchildren, three godsisters, two godbrothers, nieces, nephews, other relatives.and friends.
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L ife is but a garden in which we plant seeds O f hope and love and tenderness o f kindly thoughts and deeds. W e must keep the garden blooming with courage, fa ith and trust
t Till again we meet our loved ones in the heavens as we must.

Order O f Service
Rev. Clyde Hill, Sr., Officiating

PROCESSIONAL

SELECTION ...........................

SCRIPTURE ...........................

Pastor, Harmony Baptist Church

PRAYER ..................................

Son of the House Mt. Calvary Baptist Church

SELECTION ...........................

REMARKS

Dea. James Brinson - Wardsman Mr. Dane Anderson - Savannah River Plant

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

OBITUARY .............................

WORDS OF COMFORT . . ,

Pastor

RECESSIONAL

INTERMENT ...........................

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"EARTH HAS NO SORROWS THAT HEA VEN CANNOT HEAL.

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ACTIVEPALLBEARERS **

Mr. Thomas Scott Mr. Keith Forrest Mr. Michael Lewis Mr. Vincent Curtis Mr. Anthony Bing Mr. Herman Gresham

To Wayne
Millions o f times w ell miss you; Millions o f times w ell cry;
I f love alone could've saved you, You would have never died.
W e'd give it, yes, and more To see you coming up the steps; And walking through our door;
Just to hear your voice, To see your smile,
To sit and talk to you a while; To be with you the same old way
Would be our fondest day.
A heart o f gold stopped beating; Two smiling eyes closed to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us
H e only takes the best.
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** A NOTE OF THANKS **
The family is deeply appreciative and grateful for all expressions o f sympathy, love and kindness shown to them during their hours o f bereavement. May God bless each of you.
The Family
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Services Entrusted To
PEOPLES FUNERAL HOME
723 Walton Way - Augusta, Georgia (706) 724-1885

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