We belong to God, not only for the few fleeting years that we call life but for eternity. God is on both sides of the river. He walks with us during our earthly life and is there to receive us for our eternal life. We are in God’s presence in life, death, and everlasting, yet we must cross the river to receive our crown of life. May the peace of God that surpasses all understanding take away all your tears. Life has a joyful beginning, but sometimes it can be a painful ending for those loved ones we leave behind. I don’t want my exit from this life to be painful for any of my family and friends. Lola Bell Blue was born June 4, 1935, in Brookman, Georgia, to the late Julia Mack.
Lola accepted Christ at an early age and was united with the New Hope United Methodist Church. She loved gardening and was fond of a variety of flowers. Her favorite color was blue, and her favorite flower was the “rose.” She loved watching old Western shows. Lola Bell Blue departed this life on June 9, 2022.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Cecil Blue, and granddaughter, Marissa Latavia Moore.
She leaves to cherish her memories: daughters, Elizabeth (Johnny) Baker and Lora Moore; grandchildren, Yvonne Baker, Jonathan Baker and Michael Moore; great-grandchildren, Ryan Baker, Gregory Marable, Kaleb Bradshaw, Kyle Bradshaw, Kaitlyn Bradshaw, and Gabrielle Baker.
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