Norma M Peart

June 4, 1939January 11, 2021

Norma M. Peart, 81, passed away on Monday, January 11, 2021 surrounded by her loving family. A graveside service will be held on Sunday, January 17, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. at Macon Memorial Park Cemetery with the Rev. Scott McMillian officiating.

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Leibert Walters

January 17, 2021

Madge was a cousin, but to me, she was my sister and a dear friend. She will be greatly missed. We wish peace and love for the entire family.

Leibert (Nobby) Walters, Verna, Chris, Ingrid, and family

Jacqueline Lewis

January 17, 2021

I was very blessed to have Madge as my sister . I will always remember her as kind, loving and easy going. She extended a hand to all, and made me a better person because I learned so much from her caring and nurturing ways. My sons were also blessed to have her in their lives as a wonderful and loving aunt. I will miss our holiday and other celebrations with her. Our cruises and fun visits to Jamaica to talk, and catch up with family and friends were very special.
Over the years phone calls to her always solicit her favorite joyful response," I am alright, alright " and so I know she is alright with The maker. My sister, you were a blessing to all. Rest in Peace Love Vivienne

Adassa Walters

January 17, 2021

We are truly saddened by the loss of our dearly beloved cousin. Madge was fun loving and she had a tender heart of gold. She will always be remembered and will be missed by everyone. May her soul Rest In Eternal Peace!

The Walters
Henry, Elaine, Adassa, Calvin, Ken


January 14, 2021

We are saddened to hear that our dear relative Madge has left us. The last smile I saw on the last video call we had is etched in my memory. When good people leave us, there is so, so much to miss. To all in the immediate family and also further extended, I send sympathy and love. My hope is that you will be comforted by the promises of God and that coming days and months will grow brighter as you remember and reflect on the good that Madge accomplished and left here while she was with us.
Adrian "AT" Westney, Jr.

Maureen Evans

January 14, 2021

To Eucal and family, the Betty family is so sad to hear of Madge's death. Some of us spent time with Aunt Ellen and your family when you and Madge lived in Hartford many years ago. We also visited with you in Georgia at family celebrations. May Madge's soul rest in peace, and may God comfort you all.
Love, Sally