Servant of God well done rest from thy love employ. The battle is fought, the victory is won, enter thy master's joy. It is with sincere sympathy, that the Davis funeral home, 301 North Oak Street, Ocilla Georgia 31774, pause to announce the death and homegoing celebration for Mother Ida Mae George Johnson of 315 East 1st. street, Ocilla Georgia. Born March 7, 1937, in Ocilla, Irwin County Georgia, to the Late Mrs. Sallie Mae Walker George, and the late Mr. Ben Geoge. Mrs. Johnson finished her earthly journey on Sunday December 24, 2023, at Tift Regional Medical Center, in Tifton Georgia. She leaves to cherish her memories her children: Mr. Douglas and Mrs. Rhonda Johnson of Tifton Georgia, Ms. Betty Johnson of Miami Florida, Ms. Jennifer Johnson and Mrs. Precious Blanding of Ocilla Georgia and Ms. Jamie Blanding of Atlanta Georgia. A grandson that she raised Mr. Kenneth (Candace) Johnson. Siblings: Mrs. Roxie Davis of Ocilla Georgia, Ms. Anne White of Ocilla Georgia, and Mr. Buster White of Fitzgerald Georgia. along with a host of brother and sister in-laws, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends. A home going celebration for Mother Ida Mae George Johnson, is planned for Saturday December 30, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. from the Greater Grace Temple on East 4th. street in Ocilla. Her pastor Elder Calvin Ross will deliver the eulogy and committal. Interment will follow in the Ocilla city cemetery, 301 East Valdosta Ave. in Ocilla. Mrs. Johnson 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 George and Johnson families.
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: