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Mildred Jenkins Clowers

Mildred Jenkins Clowers

Monday, November 13th, 1939 Saturday, July 6th, 2019

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Obituary for Mildred Millissa Jenkins Clowers

Millissa was born November 13, 1939 to the late Mr. John Reed and Mrs. Essie Bell Lloyd (Stowers). She was the oldest of eleven children. She attended the public schools in Jacksonville and at an early age moved to Albany, NY where she studied cosmetology and became one of the best Barbers known. While living in New York, she attended Israel African Methodist Episcopal Church and was affiliated with many church and social organizations.

Later in life at the request of her mother Esssie Stowers, Millissa moved back to Jacksonville, where she continued her career as a Barber and soon returned back to her first love, Payne Chapel AMEC, where she was a faithful member of Usher Board #2, Courtesy Guild, Celestine Waye Mass Choir, Women of Payne Choir, and Pillars of Faith. Millissa also, was a dedicated member of the “INCOMPARABLE LADIES CLUB” for 34 years. Mrs. Shirley J. Harris, President and her aunt, Helen Bruce and mother, Essie Stowers being Co-Founder of such a prestigious Organization.

Millissa was preceded in death by her brothers, Gerald L. Reed, Sr., Nathan A. Cash, James L. Cash, Sr., Joseph L. Stowers, and Lernita E. Stowers.

Millissa leaves to cherish her memories: son, Rance Tyler Rhodes; adopted sons, Joshua and Devin Hayes; and Gerald L. Reed, Jr. (Rance’s brother beloved); granddaughter, Jania Rhodes; brother, Lester H. Stowers (Shirley); sisters, Vernita L. Stowers, Gwendolyn F. Washington (Atlanta), Rev. Jean V.S. Davis and Joan C. Horace (Tampa); aunts, Evangelist Shirley Armstrong and Rosa Lee Hickson, along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A special acknowledgement goes out to Sis. Darlene Nicholson for the dedication and devoted love she provided to our sister during her time of need and Dr. Quan Glover (son beloved).

Millissa’s life and legacy will forever be remembered and cherished by those she loved and those that loved her.

The funeral service for Mildred Millissa Jenkins Clowers will be held 11:00 am, SATURDAY, July 13th, 2019 at the Greater Payne A.M.E. Church, 1230 Claudia Spencer St. Jacksonville, FL 32206. The visitation will be 5 -7:00 pm, Friday at the mortuary. Interment in Restlawn Cemeteries. Please sign the family guest book and view the video tribute @ www.tswarden.com. Arrangements in care of Tyrone S. Warden, FDIC, 4315 N. Main Street, 765-1234

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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday, July 12th, 2019 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Funerals By T. S. Warden
    4315 North Main Street
    Jacksonville, FL
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    Friday, July 12th, 2019
    5:00pm - 7:00pm
  • Service

    Saturday, July 13th, 2019 | 11:00am
    Greater Payne AME Church
    1230 Claudia Spencer Street
    Jacksovnille, FL
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    Saturday, July 13th, 2019
    11:00am
  • Interment

    Saturday, July 13th, 2019 |
    Restlawn Cemeteries
    2600 Ribault Scenic Drive
    JACKSONVILLE, FL
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    Saturday, July 13th, 2019

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Dianne Williams

My family is praying that Mildred's family places complete faith in the hope God offers to our loved ones who are sleeping in death. The Bible assures us that many millions of people who are dead in the grave will return to life on earth. (Acts 24:15; Luke 23:43) It assures us that resurrected ones will be able to learn the truth about God and to exercise faith in Jesus by obeying him. (Revelation 20:11-13) These ones who have been brought back to life and who cherish their relationship with God as Mildred did, ones who choose to do good things they are taught will be able to enjoy life forever in Paradise. (John 5:28-29) I pray that we all choose to obey Jesus and live forever. My condolences for your loss!
Comment | Posted at 11:47am via Condolence
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Toby Johnson

With deepest sympathy.
Julius Lunchford & Family
Comment | Posted at 04:07pm via Condolence
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Dianne Williams

My deepest sympathy to the Clowers family! Comforting news is that the Creator of life has promised to restore the life of those in his memory and sustain it so they will never die again. Revelation 22:1-2 gives us a glimpse of the provision God has set in place for those alive when His will is done on earth. It speaks of the "trees of life" yielding their fruit each month and the "leaves of the trees" for healing the nations. This is the future prospect for our human family; this is the future prospect for Mildred!
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