Eunice Catherine Sellers
February 8, 1914 – November 24, 2018
Ms. Sellers was born Eunice Catherine Knight on February 8, 1914, in Climax, Georgia, to Annie Lee Martin and Berry Albert Knight. She was predeceased by her former husband, Earl Lon Sellers, her daughter, Patricia Ann Sellers Thompson (Patti), and by her sisters Mildred Louise Knight, Lula May Woods, Aline Hegler Spaulding, Myrtle Annie Riley, brothers Homer David Knight, Elbert Lee Knight, and Martin Cooper Knight. She is survived by her son Earl Wayne Sellers of Greenville, Georgia, daughter Loretta Kay Sellers of Greenville, Georgia daughter Loretta Kay Sellers (Bill Drake) of Sylvania, Ohio, and by a sister, Bobbie Jean Gillette of Acworth, Georgia. She is survived by her grandchildren, great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Ms. Sellers was the oldest daughter of Annie Lee and Berry Knight, and took seriously her responsibilities in caring for her younger sisters and brothers. She married in 1935 and moved with her husband to seek work in the Charleston, South Carolina shipyards. She returned to Georgia at War's end to raise her three children. She eventually went to work for Federated Department Stores, and worked in the downtown Macon Davison's store, retiring from Macy's in 1977.
Ms. Sellers was an avid gardener and proponent of healthful food, and attended the Macon Garden club, Macon Quilter's Guild, and the Toledo Rose Society. Her children recall their appreciation of wearing her handmade clothing beginning in grade school through college.
Upon her retirement, she was active as a volunteer for Macon Hospital. She was a longtime member of Williamson Road(Southside) Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia, Flanders Road Church of Christ in Toledo, Ohio, and was supported in her later years by her church family from Thomaston Road Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia. Ms. Sellers lived with her daughter's family in Sylvania, Ohio, until 2014, at which time she returned to Macon. The family thanks Bolingreen Health and Rehabilitation Center, and Hospice of Central Georgia for their thoughtful care.
- Funeral Service Thursday, November 29, 2018
- Committal Service Thursday, November 29, 2018