Graveside services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Thursday, September 15, 2022, in the Mount Pleasant/Travelers Rest Cemetery, Whiteline Street, Montezuma, Georgia.
Graveside services, including burials, are likely to be held on ground that is uneven, which is out of the control of Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. We ask that you take this into consideration when choosing footwear, such as shoes with high, thin heels. Please be advised that Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. will not be held responsible for injuries at a grave site because of this.
Lucretia Felton Mason was born in Macon County, Georgia the twenty seventh day of January 1941 to Charlie “Spunk” Felton and Mae Lillie Howard Felton. Born in a family of five siblings she was preceded in death by her parents and two siblings Iona Felton Lowe and Ophelia Felton Tookes.
Lucretia grew up in Montezuma and attended the Macon County Training School. Being reared in a Christian home, she learned early in life her path of duty. She joined the Mount Pleasant Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (which later was joined by Travelers Rest CME Church). She performed her Godly duty on the Usher Ministry Board and supported her church she loved so well. After reaching the age of seventy-seven, Lucretia retired her Usher’s badge of duty August 19, 2018. Lucretia was a dedicated employee of McKenzie Southern Frozen Food, Inc. and after over fifty years of dedicated service she retired in 1994 as a line technician. Lucretia was married to the late Timothy Mason. She was a member of the Historic Lady Boosters Club.
A special life departed this earthly life on Monday morning, September 12, 2022. With words unspoken and the last tender breath, she quietly slip away. “Servant of God well done, rest from thy love employ, the battle is fought, the victory is won, enter thy master’s joy.” Her memories will forever linger in the hearts of her children, Errol Vann Felton and Walter “Woody” L. Felton both of Montezuma, Georgia; her seven grandchildren, Errol Van Felton, Jr., Renanda Felton Mann (Terrel) all of Montezuma, Georgia, Devueccio Hannor (Yanna) Lawrenceville, Georgia, Darrien Felton, Atlanta, Georgia, Maurice Hannor, Oglethorpe, Georgia, Loretta Jackson, Montezuma, Georgia, Trever Jackson, Warner Robins, Georgia; ten great grandchildren and six great, great grandchildren; two siblings Charles Felton, Miami, Florida and Nettie Felton Ashmon, Montezuma, Georgia; dear friend, John Melvin and a god son, Edward Williams; and a host of beloved nieces including three who were like her daughters Juanita Vanessa Felton, Montezuma, Georgia, Johnetta Hawkins (Paul), Decatur, Georgia, Shaie Ashmon, Warner Robins, nephews, other relatives and friends.