Mrs. Georgia Catherine (Devlin) Sibert was born on July 23, 1939 in McCormick, South Carolina to Thomas Lee and Eunice Devlin. Georgia accepted the Lord at an early age, and was a faithful and loving member of the Front Street Church of God Family in Hamilton, Ohio.
Georgia C. Sibert left us on Tuesday, May 25, 2021. Eighty-one years was not long enough for us, but the Heavenly Father reached His hand out and she took it. She passed away peacefully with the one she loved the most in her husband’sarms.
She was a loyal employee of US Playing Card Company for many years. She has served faithfully “The Pastor’s Aid Ministry”, “The Willing Worker’s Ministry”, “Sister’s Staying Alive Ministry’, and helped out other ministers in the church when needed. She was an avid Bible Study and Sunday School student.
Georgia will be missed greatly by those who knew and loved her. She leaves to cherish her memory: her devoted husband and high school sweetheart of 63 years, Curtis, her mother, Eunice Hughley, of McCormick South Carolina, her loving sister, Tomasina (Thomas) Wideman of McCormick South Carolina, her children, Debbie Greenlee, Sandra (Pierre) Brooks and Scottie Sibert, of Cincinnati, Ohio, sisters-in-law, Minnie Bell Roland, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Virginia Sibert of Washington, DC, Neavirda Harmon of District Heights, MD, Mildred Thomas of Buffalo, NY, Thelma Sibert of McCormick, SC, Sue Lee (Eddie) Adams of Columbia, SC; along with a host of nieces, nephews, church family, and friends.
Georgia was a devoted wife and mother, who left a legacy of love for her (10) grandchildren and (15) great-grandchildren.She is fondly known by the following nicknames: Catmomma(Pierre), Catsy, and Cats. Her style of dress was classy and exquisite. She had a loving touch, caring personality, generous nature and was loved by so many because she touched the lives of so many people. She will be missed but never forgotten.
Georgia was preceded in death by her father Thomas Lee Devlin, father-in-law Willie Elmer Sibert, mother-in-law Annie Mae Sibert, sister-in-law Luebirda Gray and son Danny (Sherry) Sibert.
When Tomorrow Starts Without Me
When tomorrow starts without me, please try to understand, that an angel came and called my name, and took me by the hand;the angel said my place was ready in Heaven far above, and that I’d have to leave behind all those I dearly love. But when I walked through Heaven’s Gates, I felt so much at home, for God looked down, smiled at me, and told me “Welcome Home.” So when tomorrow starts without me. Don’t think we’re far apart, for every time you think of me, I’m right there in your heart.
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