The funeral service will be held 12:00 P.M., Saturday, August 15, 2015 at New Home Baptist Church Cemetery, 221 Tower Point Road CR#21, Buena Vista, Georgia.
John A. Dozier, also known as Uncle Bruh, was born in Buena Vista, Georgia on December 11, 1953 to the late John A. Dozier, Sr. and Fannie Mae Brown Dozier. John attended public school system of Marion County. After leaving the public school system, he traveled up North to pursue job training and job placement in the manufacturing industry. Within a few years, John then returned home to Georgia to work in landscaping.
John Dozier was raised in Buena Vista, Georgia with his siblings under their loving and caring parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier, Sr. He was the youngest son. “Bruh,” as he was affectionately called by his family, was known to be a soft spoken, shy, quiet man who enjoyed the outdoors. You could always find Bruh outside smiling and enjoying the weather.
John Dozier leaves to cherish his memories: ten siblings, Annie Louise Redding, Jamaica Queen, New York, Catherine McCarter, Columbus, Georgia, Bessie Dozier, Brooklyn, New York, Mary Ann Milliner (Winifred), Windsor, Connecticut, Katie J. Milliner (Nathaniel), Bloomfield, Connecticut, Ethel L. Walker, (Jerome), Bolton, Connecticut, Patricia Ann Dozier, Windsor, Connecticut, Gwendolyn L. Dozier, Brooklyn, New York, Leroy Henderson, Brooklyn, New York, Jimmy Henderson (Emma), Windsor, Connecticut; a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and his two sisters, Eddie Ruth Denmark, and Pearl Mae Crump.