Guide me O thy great Jehovah, pilgrim through this baron land. I am weak but thy art mighty, hold me with thy powerful hand. With sincere sympathy, the Davis funeral home 301 North Oak Street, Ocilla Georgia 31774, pause to announce the death and home going celebrations for Mrs. Jill Michelle Taylor Battle of 613 South Beach street of Ocilla. Born July 13, 1968 in Chicago Illinois to the late Ms. Mary Lizzie Taylor and the late Mr. Christopher S. Norberg. Mrs. Battle departed this life on Friday June 10, 2022 at Tift Regional Medical Center in Tifton Georgia. She is survived by he husband: Mr. John Henry Battle Jr. of Ocilla Georgia. Their children: Gianna of Albany Georgia, Christian, Aaron, Jaden, and Trenity all of Ocilla Georgia. Stepmother: Ms. Jean Taylor of Shreveport, Louisiana: one brother Minister Michael and Mrs. Patsy Taylor of Atlanta, Texas. Three sister in laws: Mrs. Mary Battle, Mrs. Marie and Mr. Ronald Wynn, Ms. Rejoice Battle all of Ocilla Georgia, Five brother in laws: Mr. Joe B. and Mrs. Teresa Battle Sr. of Ocilla Georgia, Mr. Sammie Battle of Fitzgerald Georgia, Mr. Eddie Battle of Albany Georgia, Mr. Raymond and Mrs. Sherrelle Battle of Atlanta Georgia, Mr. Willie and Mrs. Gloria Battle of Fitzgerald Georgia along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends. A home going celebration for Mrs. Jill Michelle Taylor Battle is planned for Saturday June 25, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. from the Ocilla City cemetery, 301 East Valdosta Ave. in Ocilla. Minister Joe Battle Jr. will deliver the eulogy and committal. Mrs. Battle will lie in state at the Davis funeral home in Ocilla, Friday morning 10:00 until 6:00 p.m. The Davis funeral home in Ocilla has charge of all arrangements.
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: