Mamie Beasley Walton

November 21, 1931February 5, 2021

Mamie Beasley Walton, 89, of Grovetown, Ga, died Friday, February 5, 2021 at Augusta University Medical Center.

She was born on November, 21, 1931, a daughter of the late John Ivey and Christine Jester Beasley.

Mamie is predeceased by her parents; husbands, Carl Smith, Steve Stephenson and Harry Walton; sisters, Dorothy Olive and Wreney Steed.

Mamie is survived by her sisters, Frances Beasley, Helen Huff and Barbara Harris; brother, Jimmy Beasley and her beloved niece, Sharon P. Foust.

The funeral service will be held Friday, February 12, 2021 at 2:00pm at West Acres Baptist Church, 555 Gibbs Road, Evans, GA. Interment will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Park.

The family will receive friends on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 1:00pm at West Acres Baptist Church.

Donations in Mamie’s name may be made to: West Acres Baptist Church, 555 Gibbs Road, Evans, GA.


  • Visitation

    Friday, February 12, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, February 12, 2021


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Jan Mayenschein

February 12, 2021

Aunt Mamie was kind and loving. She lived in Chicago when we were younger and I remember at Christmas being so excited because if we were going to get to see her that’s when it would be and most of the time we wouldn’t even know if she was coming home it would always be a surprise. I remember her being in the kitchen a lot and her specialty was sweets. Always asking us to come in the kitchen while she cooked and sit down and just talk. She had so many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews whom she loved and they loved her.
Heaven gained a precious angel. She will definitely be missed.
Love you Aunt Mamie
Rest In Peace ✝️

Christine Fowler

February 11, 2021

Its been so long since I've seen Aunt Mamie but my love for her always remains. My best memories or rather my favorite was when Sharon and I were very young. We would go to her and Nance's house and spend the night. We had such fun. Making fudge and other things, but fudge stands out the most and I love it still today. When I make some or even buy some I still get that happy, fun and warm feeling of love. Such a beautiful soul..Nance too. Aunt Mamie you're a free spirit now! You have leveled up..youre a heavenly angel now.

Teresa Whitaker

February 8, 2021

Aunt Mamie was a very kind, loving person who would help out in any way she could. She was a wonderful cook, baker and seamstress as well as a sweet aunt.
My fondest memory I'll never forget was when i had my youngest son and she stayed with me and wanted to know if she could hold him when it was feeding time..of course i told her yes as she never had children of her own..Rest In will be missed!