|Birth: ||Dec. 17, 1920|
|Death: ||May 4, 2011|
Queen Elizabeth Money
December 17, 1920-
May 4, 2011
Columbus, GA- Queen Elizabeth Money Ammons of Columbus, GA went home to be with Jesus, Wednesday, May 4th at Vista Care at Franciscan Woods. She was 90 years old.
Mrs. Ammons was born December 17, 1920 in Headland, AL, the daughter of Joe and Leezora (Parker) Money. She leaves behind to cherish her memories two sons, Tony Craig Ammons and Terry Ray Ammons(Deborah) of Columbus, GA, two daughters, Wanna Gail Reinhart (Bill) and Elizabeth Lee Stubbs (Jimmy) of Columbus, GA, two daughter-in-laws: Kaye Kyle of Columbus and Patsy Ammons of Eufaula, AL, twelve grandchildren: Jamie Daniels (Barry), Kimberly Parrish, Wendy Stocker (Greg), Tracey Eiland, Tara Hudson (Kevin), Jerry Ammons (Kendall), Kristi Marano (Robert), Alisha Wilson (Tory), Mandi Neville (Jeremy), Blake Reinhart (Ashley), Amber Castellow (Bobby) and Kevin Chevalier, fifteen great grandchildren: Jessica, Haleigh, Brooklyn, Calib, Kyle, Dillon, Chance, Brock, Devin, Tori, Jacob, Tyler, Zachary, Cameron and McKenna, one great-great grandchild: Colton, a sister Othell White of Prattville, AL, a brother Lawrence Lafayette Money (Iris) and a sister-in-law Joan Money.
She is preceded in death by her husband of forty-seven years, Henry Elza Ammons, two sons, Henry Elza Ammons, Jr. (Jerry) and Harvey Joe Ammons, three brothers, RL Money, Marvin Money and Joe Money (Pete).
While growing up in Headland, her father was a square-dance caller so this allowed her and her sister and brothers the opportunity to learn to dance. She enjoyed this so much. She attended Headland High School. Also, during her teen years she had the opportunity to travel with her sister by train to work in Hollywood, Fla.
Queen was very passionate about her family. She was a very dedicated Wife and Mother. After moving to Columbus in 1946 she began work in the Bibb Mill. She also became an avid seamstress. Later, she worked as a beautician for several shops, the last one being Mary Lee's in Columbus. She continued her beautician work for many years after in her home. She was a life-long member of Temple Baptist Church and was affiliated with Second Baptist Church.
Queen was the most Godly, giving and amazing woman. She never met a stranger and all who met her were impacted by her loving compassion and smile. Of all the things she could do her greatest desire was to serve the Lord by doing for others. Her caring acts of kindness will never be forgotten. We will carry her with us the rest of our lives. In her ninety years she taught us a lot, to be honest, caring and above all she taught us how to LOVE.
The Homegoing Ceremony for Queen Ammons will be Saturday May 7th, 2011 at 11:00 am at McMullen Funeral Home. Reverend Jimmy Clay Stubbs, Reverend Mike Reeves and Reverend Harold Watson will officiate. Pallbearers are Johnny White, Richard Money, Steve Money, Shane Money, Chris Money, Gary Mitchell, Ronnie Goodson and Mark Stubbs. Interment will follow in the Parkhill Cemetery. Friends may visit with the Family on Friday May 6th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the funeral home 3874 Gentian Blvd. Columbus, GA 31907.
A heartfelt thanks does out to Care South for the following employees: Victoria Dial, Stephanie Shaw, Scott Morris, Susan Watkins and Sherald Hudson. The Source Program: Laurie Wilson, Jenny Dowdy and Bonnie Fuller. Freedom Home Care: Shawanna Robinson, Christina Brown, Glenda Clark, Dominique Wynn, Patricia Nobles, Althea King, Cheryl Holland, Jan Whitlock and Shanise Miles.
Those who wish may sign the on-line guest registry at www.mcmullenfuneralhome.com. (Published in Columbus Ledger-Enquirer on May 6, 2011)
Joe William Money (1889 - 1957)
Leezora Parker Money (1889 - 1947)
Henry Elza Ammons (1923 - 1992)
Henry Elza Ammons (1947 - 1971)*
Harvey Joe Ammons (1948 - 2003)*
Queen Elizabeth Money Ammons (1920 - 2011)
Joe Howard Money (1922 - 2004)*
Lawrence Lafayette Money (1925 - 2012)*
Plot: Garden of St. Luke
Maintained by: William J. Reinhart
Originally Created by: Carrol Cortez
Record added: May 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69409327
"While growing up in Headland, her father was a square-dance caller so this allowed her and her sister and brothers the opportunity to learn to dance. She enjoyed this so much."|
Added: Jan. 2, 2015
"an avid seamstress" To a life well lived and a person well loved, may those who miss you take comfort in Christ's promise of eternal life.|
Added: Mar. 13, 2012
Special lady. God bless.|
Added: May. 6, 2011