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Queen Elizabeth Milledge

September 4, 2019

We celebrate the life and memory of Mrs. Queen Elizabeth Milledge death occurred on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at Crisp Regional Nursing and Rehab Center in Cordele, GA.

Queen Elizabeth Middlebrooks Milledge was born on July 3,1927 to George W. Middlebrooks and Jimmie Mae Middlebrooks in Haddock, Ga. She was the oldest daughter of 13 children.

After a very long illness, she went from labor to reward on September 4, 2019 in Cordele, Ga surrounded by family members. She was preceded in death by 7 brothers and 2 sisters. She was educated in the public schools of Haddock, Ga and Savannah, Ga. She was employed by the Adam's/Mclauglin family who was like her second family for over 40 years.

Queen was joined in holy matrimony to James Milledge in 1951. She was a very loving and devoted wife, mother and grandmother who dedicated her life to her family. She was a member of the Elite social club where she enjoyed gathering with her friends for good food and conversation while playing pokeno on friday nights. She was an excellent cook and loved having Sunday dinner at her home with her family. She welcomed everyone whether you were family or not. She loved her friends and church members and took the time to visit, send cards and/or cook a meal for them whenever she could. If you were down, worried or dismayed about anything, her famous words would be to "just pray about it." Queen loved her family and her friends but most of all she loved God.

She joined St Paul C.M.E. church over seventy years ago under the leadership of Rev. Key. She was granted numerous awards: 1994 Board of Evangelism honored  her as "Mother of the Year." In 1995, she was honored as the most devoted church member, 2007 honored for outstanding service to her church and community and in 2011 she was recognized for 70 years of continious service and rich contribution to the St Paul  C.M.E. church. Queen served as an usher, a member of the Willing Worker Board and a member of stewardess board #2. Queen also maintained the church linen for many years until her health started to decline.

Queen is survived by her husband, James of 68 years, 4 children, Catherine Moore(Bartha), Georgia Campbell (Sam) of Savannah, Jimmy Milledge (Prizella) Houston Texas, Harriet Lawyer(Albert) of Savannah,  3 siblings:  Louvenia Howell of Haddock, Ga, Isaac Middlebrooks of Atlanta, Ga, and Mae Francis Patterson of Savannah, Ga., nine grandchildren: Kenneth Moore(Keri), Terrell Deloach (Karen), Yashica Chiles( Raphel), Chondra Moore, Quetia Arzu(George), Rasha Wiiliams ( Tia), Jamie Harris, Chante Olugbami (Isaac) Rafica Milledge, Albert Lawyer III, 14 great grands: Kevin, Derek, Kewanda,Deshavonte, Roderick, Kaitlyn, Leneal, Rasha II, Dominique, Raquel, Camille, Eli, Avariella, Anya, 6 great-great grands: Zion, Will, Egypt, Barron, Nyla, Jaxson and a host of neices, nephews, cousins and friends.

Funeral service will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, September 14, 2019 at

St. Paul C.M.E. Church

1601 Barnard St. ~ Savannah, GA 

Burial ~ Magnolia Memorial Gardens 

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