Jvanna Racqual WashingtonFebruary 21, 1971 ~ June 1, 2014 (age 43)
AUGUSTA, GA - On February 21, 1971 Roy, Sr and Mary Washington welcomed the birth of a bundle of joy they named Jvanna.
She was the youngest child to the union of Roy, Sr. and Mary. She added joy to lives of those she touched. Smiling is what she did best. She enjoyed laughter. One of her all times favorites was when her mama, Mary would whisper in her ear, she would respond by bursing out in laughter.
She was a Bulloch County native and attended the High Hope Center, then relocated to Augusta, GA where she resided for many years. At tender age she accepted Christ as her personal savior and Lord. She was of the baptist faith.
On Sunday, June 1, 2014, at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA, in her 43rd season of life, Javanna slept into the heavens. Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord? He who has clean hands and a pure heart. Psalm 24:3-4
She was welcomed home by her siblings; Roy Washington, Jr., Vickie LaTrell Washington and Phyllis Raymond, her paternal grandparents; Alexander and Estella Washington, her maternal grandparents; Minie Mae (Rawls) and RJ Jones. She will be missed by many. Even though her life was what to be seemed short she touched many people and the world will be a little less bright with her gone.
Javanna leave precious memories in the hearts of her parents, Roy Washington of Miami, FL and Mary Washington of Statesboro, GA; a godsister, Betty Drummer of Statesboro, GA;Louise (Ernest) Campbell, Rosa Hagins, Ellen Taylor, Hilda Stewart and Geraldine Jones all of Statesboro, GA, Livian Washington of Miami, FL; four uncles, Levon (Mae Helen) Jones, Ronnie (Dianne) Jones, Alex (Eddie Lee) Washington all of Statesboro, GA, Calvin (Patrica) Washington of New Jersey; along with a legion of other relatives and friends. along with a legion of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
A celebration of thanksgiving for her live will be shared at 11:00 am on Saturday, June, 7m 2014 at St. Marys Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, 2227 Mallard Pond Road, Statesboro, GA. Pastor Mary Frances Odom-Lee will share words of comfort.
Viewing will be held on the day of service.