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Willa Mae Stallworth
August 29, 1949 ~ September 14, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
Willa Mae Stalworth of Valdosta, GA, passed away peacefully at Valdosta Hospital on Thursday, September 14, 2023, at 7:02 p.m. She was the daughter of the late Willie Freeman Sr. and the late Margie Jordan Stalworth. She was raised by the late Leola McMillan and the late Stepfather Leon McMillian Sr. from the age of two years old up to her adult life.
She attended Jason High School, and later was employed at various poultry plants until leaving Delaware.
She enjoyed going to the Flames of Fire Holy Ghost Ministry in Georgetown, Delaware. Her favorite gospel songs were "On My Way Home" and "Break Every Chain". She would really get into these songs, while her hands were up in the air, her fingers would be moving as thou she would be playing a piano.
She truly had a green thumb when it came to plants, she could bring anything back to life. She loved cooking her special dishes from scratch, biscuits, cornbread, and collard greens. Her favorite times that she cherished so dearly was when she was with her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She leaves to cherish precious memories two daughters, Leola Bryant (Nathan); Judy Worthy (special friend Verna Lee); sisters, Rosie Williams (Boyd); Cathy Doyle; brothers, James Wylie Jackson (Nadine); Leon McMillian Jr.; she was truly loved by Nettie Mae White and Huie White; grandchildren, Qunnesha; Shaquan; Clarence 3rd; Nakeylla, Jania, Jayla, Capria; great grandchildren, Samia; Maliyah; Jayden; Aden; Caiden; Zania; Braylen; brother-in-law Theodis Sr.; and a host of nieces, nephews, and goddaughter, Stephanie Davis; three close friends in Delaware, Ms. Rosa Benson Wright; Ms. Leslie Daivs; and Ms. Connie Floyd Davis.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one brother, Willie Freeman Jr. and sister, Betty Jean Bowe.