The graveside service will be held at 1:00 P.M., Thursday, September 2, 2010 at Hillard Chapel C.M.E. Church Cemetery, Hillard Road, Buena Vista, Georgia.
Adell Jolly Milner was born April 21, 1941 to the late Walter C. Jolly and Bertha Mae Walker Jolly. She was married to the late Roosevelt Milner. To this union, they were blessed with six children. Adell was a member of the Buena Vista Seventh Day Adventist Church. She retired from Baby Dream after thirty years of dedicated service as a line technician. She also served as a debitor for the Oglethorpe Benevolent Society, Inc.
Survivors are six loving children, Johnny Jolly, Atlanta, Georgia, Debra Andrews (Ricky), Lawrenceville, Georgia, Nadine Merritt, Buena Vista, Georgia, J. C. Milner, Buena Vista, Georgia, Geraldine Murray, Columbus, Georgia and Robert Milner (Michelle), Snellville, Georgia; nine grandchildren, Jermaine, Quinlan, Johnathon, Renee, Kelvin, Antoine, Antoinette, Michael and Shayla; six great grandchildren; seven siblings: Howard Jolly (Dorothy), Bloomfield, Connecticut, Mayola Woodson (Otis), Buena Vista, Georgia, Helen Herbert (Willie), Buena Vista, Georgia, Bertha Harrison (Walter), Buena Vista, Georgia, Gladys Jolly, Buena Vista, Georgia, Lisa Mae Jolly, Brooklyn, New York and Annie Kate Ellis, Ideal, Georgia; brother-in-law, Albert Milner (Mary), Buena Vista, Georgia; aunts, Wilma Jolly, Marietta, Georgia, Mary Francis Prince, Americus, Georgia,and Carlene Walker Carson, Ideal, Georgia; uncles, L. B. Walker, Blair, South Carolina and Richard Walker, Hartford, Connecticut; great aunts, Jossie Meadows, Oglethorpe, Georgia and Anna Meadows, Atlanta, Georgia; a host of beloved nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends including two devoted sisters and brothers in Christ, Roger and Margarite Black, Ashville, North Carolina and Roger and Pam Lowe, Greenville, Georgia; and her Christian Church Family.
With deepest sympathy.
Curtis & Mariah Fowler
RIP GRANDMA I LOVE U SOO MUCH
AND MISS U MORE AND MORE EVERYDAY
YOUR GRANDSON ANTOINE MERRITT
Saying goodbye is so hard, but to be absent from the body is to be in the presence of GOD. May we all met again at the appointed time. I love you all very much!
Your Cousin, Leila
You will be missed down here but I know God already have you singing in his heavenly choir.
Inez Belk Johnson
Glady, please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your sister.
Linda S. Brown (classmate)