OBITUARY

Lula Mae Hawkins

July 22, 1931September 5, 2018

Lula Mae Hawkins, age 87, of Phoenix, Arizona passed away on Wednesday September 5, 2018. Lula was born in Dermott, Arkansas.

A memorial service for Lula will be held Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 811 East Desert Lane, Phoenix, Arizona 85042. (602) 268-1957.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.resthavencarrtenney.com for the Hawkins family.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, September 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lula Mae Hawkins

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Mann Family

September 17, 2018

We remember Sis Hawkins from back in the day, we have fond memories of her and her children. My family recently discussed those 'back in the day' memories and what a good, strong mom she was. Sis Hawkins had a beautiful smile full of warmth, and love. With Love.

Isaiah 25:8

Michael, Jackie, Chris, Carol, Paula, David, Charles, and our mom, Sis Mann.

Robyne Maloy-Davis

September 17, 2018

Imagine the time when there’s no more pain, When life’s so good and we are young again. Imagine the time when we wake up and say, “Thank you, thank you for this brand new day!”
Death though so very sad, and hearts ache with pain, Our loving Father gives us an anchor for our souls, Hope. May Jehovah give you his peace to calm your thoughts and heal your hearts.
Please accept my condolences to all the family of Sister Hawkins.

Jackie Jones

September 10, 2018

I remember Sis Hawkins from way back in the day, she was always a kind and gentle woman. I send my condolences to the Hawkins family, but most of all remember the words found at Job 14:13-15 He Will Call, soon death will be no more.

Jackie Jones

Barbara Abraham

September 10, 2018

To me, Mrs. Lula Mae Hawkins was simply an angel. Her kind heart was legendary and I know for sure that her family will deeply miss her. It always brightened my day to call (though she was ill) and pass my best wishes to her. Each time I called, when she heard it was me, she would smile! It's the little things in life like her smile (though she was ill), her warmth and her love for family and friends that made her an angel. Eternity is brighter as she is now in the presence of angels like herself.

Her presence on earth is deeply missed.

With Love,
Barbara Freeman Abraham
Pine Bluff, Arkansas