Jimmie C. Hudson
May 24, 1925 - December 17, 2021
Obituary For Jimmie C. Hudson
With humble respect, Sewell Mortuary in Grantville announces the transition of Jimmie C. Hudson on December 17th, 2021.
The funeral service will be Thursday, December 23rd at 12:00 PM at Greater Siloam Baptist Church 777 Chipley Hwy Greenville GA 30222
Visitation will be on Wednesday from 4 to 6 PM at Sewell Mortuary.
Jimmie C. Lyons Hudson was the oldest daughter of the late Homer and Rosie Clements
Lyons. She was born in Meriwether County, Georgia. She was educated in Meriwether
county and attended Washington High School in Atlanta, Georgia. She participated in
correspondence courses for Post Graduate School of Nursing. She departed this earthly life
on Friday, December 17, 2021. She was preceded in death by four sisters: Ollie, Annie B.,
Leila, Hattie, and one grandson, Jarrod Crowder.
She was joined in holy matrimony to the late Waddell Hudson. They had five beautiful
children: Sonny, Minnie, Homer, Rosa, and one, Annie, who preceded her in death. She had
many hobbies that she enjoyed: gardening, quilting, needlepoint, and baking chocolate
cakes and sweet potato pies.
Mother Hudson served as a domestic housekeeper for many prominent households around
Meriwether county and was an Avon representative for more than 43 years.
She became a member of the Greater Siloam Missionary Baptist Church at the age of 12.
During her lifetime, she was blessed to serve His kingdom in many capacities: Sunday
School teacher, church secretary for over 40 years, choir member, and an accomplished
soloist. Mother Hudson also was a favored Women’s Day program speaker around the
county. She was President of the Women’s Department for the Shiloh Union Missionary
Baptist Church Association for more than 25 years. She was a teacher and mentor not only
for her family but also for many members of the community.
Mother Hudson leaves to cherish her memory and legacy: Sonny (Elaine) Lyons, Minnie
(Jim) Miller; Homer (Armanda) Hudson, and Rosa Hayes; grandchildren: LaTonya Miller,
Rafael (Regina) Crowder, Konrad (Rashawn) Parham, Pamela (Robert Louis) Parks,
Jamille (Ricardo) Miller-Brown, Artemus (Kima) Hudson, Mindy Hudson, Antwaun
Hudson, Minikki Jenkins, Geri Means, Deotha Means, and David Means; 22 great-
grandchildren, one great-great granddaughter, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and