With sincere compassion, we respectfully announce the transition of Ms. Georgia Mae McQueen-Bruce A native and resident of Montgomery, AL, Ms. Bruce transitioned on Monday, October 4th, 2021; she was 64. A public visitation will be held from 4-6PM on Friday, October 15th, 2021, from the McComb Honorary Chapel of Jackson Professional Funeral Services. A Celebration of Life will be held at 2PM on Saturday, October 16th, 2021 in the facility courtyard. Committal and interment will follow at Brassell Historic Cemetery, Montgomery, AL. Pastor Charlie Davis of Morgan Avenue Baptist Church is the officiant. In compliance with government recommendations and J.P.F.S. public safety standards, individuals attending the public visitation are required to wear a mask or face covering at all times while inside the facility.
Georgia Mae McQueen Bruce was born August 16, 1957 to the late Mr. George Jefferson & Ms. Alberta McQueen. She was the Eleventh child of fourteen. She confessed Christ at an early age and faithfully attended New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. Clarence Varner, in her home community of Hunter Station. There she was member of the choir. Later, she became a faithful member at Morgan Avenue Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Charlie Davis. There she served as the secretary and a member in the E L Jackson Choir. During the pandemic, she became very active in the Greater Faith Outreach Church where she participated in virtual church service and Sunday school. She was preceded her in death by four brothers; Eddie, Joseph, Harold and Willie McQueen and one sister; Sarah Nell King.
Georgia Mae worked with the Montgomery Public Transportation as a bus driver and retired after 22 years. Within that time, she was a member and secretary of the AEA Association. She worked at Common Ground Christmas Store for four years supporting the families in west Montgomery. She volunteered and was the secretary at Exquisite Purpose girls mentoring program for four years. Many people remembered her from the good ole chicken she cooked at the Laicos Super Club.
Georgia Mae leaves to cherish her precious memories to her loving and devoted sons; Vernon McQueen and Demonte Bruce, Two grandchildren; Vernon Jr. and Deshawn McQueen. Four brothers; Charles (Marjorie) McQueen, Bobby (Mildred) Jefferson, Kennedy McQueen and Walter (Marsha) Davis. Seven sisters; Willie Ester Holley, Bettie (Edward) Russell, Sandra (Robert, Sr.) Thomas, Josephine (Noah, Sr.) Chappell, Kathy Lane, Earnestine Webster, all of Montgomery, AL and Jessie Mae Davis of Tuskegee, AL.; Special God-son Dewayne Stewart, who respectfully called her “Momma Georgia.” Special Friends; Bernadette Stewart, Kimberly Stewart, Angel Coleman and Mattie Miller. Spiritual Father Rev. Charlie Davis. A host of nieces, nephews, other relatives. and friends.
Jackson Professional Funeral Services is grateful to the family of Ms. Georgia M. Bruce for entrusting our caring and dedicated professional staff with the final arrangements of their loved one. We solicit your continued, sincere support and prayers for the family as they navigate through this experience.
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