Some glad morning, when this life is o'er, I'll fly away. To a home on God's Celestial shore, I'll fly away. Just a few more wearied days and then, I'll fly away, to a land where joy shall never end, I'll fly away. It is with sincere sympathy, the Davis funeral home 301 North Oak Street, Ocilla Georgia 31774, pause to announce the death of Mr. Garfield Green of 1062 Highway 32 West Ocilla/Mystic Georgia. Born June 19, 1936, in Alapaha, Berrian county Georgia to the late Mrs. Ora Lee Brown Green and the Late Mr. Robert Green. Mr. Green received God's call to his eternal home on Saturday February 17, 2024, at Plemons Gaskins health care home in Ocilla Georgia. He leaves to cherish his memories, is children: Mr. Terry and Mrs. Cathy Green of Valdosta Georgia, Mrs. Debra and Mr. Walter Coney of Palm Bay Florida, and Mr. Dexter Green of Ocilla Georgia. His Siblings: Mr. Clarence Green, Mr. Robert Lee and Mrs. Jeanette Green, Pastor Ernest Charles Green, Ms. Debra Green, Mr. Raymond Green, Mrs. Mary Evelyn Mitchell and Ms. Shirley Green all of Boston Mass. Ms. Essie King of Miami Florida, Mrs. Eloise Dabney of Fort Lauderdale Florida, and Mr. Harold Green of Ocilla Georgia, along with a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces' nephews, cousins, relatives and friends. Home going celebrations for Mr. Garfield Green is planned for Saturday February 24th, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. from the Pleasant Grove 1st. Baptist church, 217 East 7th. street, Ocilla, where Rev. James C. Curtis serves as pastor. His brother rev. Ernest Charles Green will deliver the eulogy and committal. Interment will follow in the Ocilla city cemetery, 301 East Valdosta Ave, in Ocilla. Mr. Green will lie in state at the Davis funeral home in Ocilla Friday morning, 11:00 until 6:00 p.m. The Davis funeral home of Ocilla has charge of all arrangements. Please continue to pray for the Green family.
In light of the Corona virus (Covid-19) outbreak, Davis Funeral Home of Ocilla Georgia will be taking the following steps to insure the health and well-being of our staff and our community as a whole. We have communicated with other funeral homes in our surrounding area, and have been in contact with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) for insight and guidance for conducting our day-to-day businesses. These are the recommendations that will be implemented by Davis Funeral Home: