January 5, 2019
Memorial services for Pearline Coley, 75, were held at the chapel of Hurt’s Funeral Home on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 5, 2019. Minister Ketius Hurt served as Eulogist with Evangelist Thedora Sneed and Apostle Hope Jackson assisting. The repast was held at Ms. Estella’s of Eatonton.
Pearline Coley was born in Hawkinsville, Georgia on March 17, 1943 to the late Jim T. and Pearline Mae Donaldson Coley. She moved to Orlando, Florida at a young age, where she lived most of her life. She attended Jones High School and worked as a housekeeper. Her favorite hobbies were swimming and listing to B.B. King music. She could swim like a fish and she had a love for it. She also enjoyed spending time with her family. Pearline will forever be cherished.
Her siblings include one brother, John Coley (deceased - Orlando) and three sisters - her oldest and only remaining sister, Ethell Brown Seay (Orlando), Rose Mae “‘ Rosemary” Coley Henderson (deceased - Orlando), and Mildred Coley Collier (deceased - Houston, Texas). She had three sons, oldest Parker White (deceased - Orlando), Edward Griffin (Orlando), Caesar Futch, Jr. and wife Tangela (Eatonton), and two daughters Michele White, and Linda ‘’Tina Ma” Williams Lambert Watkins and husband Shawn. She leaves grandchildren: Larice “Coco’’ White Parham, Nikki Mullins Clemons Justice and husband Christopher, Taneisha Mullins-Clemons, Gregory Allen White, Vincent Lamar Harris (Deceased - Orlando), Keyasias Parks, Caesar Futch IV, Epiphany Futch, Caesar Futch V, Costello Austin, Shaniah Lambert-Watkins, Sean Lambert-Watkins, and Shamar Lambert-Watkins; great grandchildren: Aaliyah Parham, Jeremiah Parham, Makenzie Justice, Christopher Justice, Jr., Zaylin Clemons, Kameron Parks. She also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Hurt’s Funeral Home of Eatonton was in charge of final arrangements