Robbie Imogene Powell Shuman ”Jean”
Ms. Imogene Shuman age 85 left her earthly body and began her everlasting life on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at Coffee Regional Medical Center. She was born in Telfair County, Georgia. On November 13th, 1936, to Foster Powell, Sr, and Eliza Mathis Powell, and 4th of 6 Children.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her loving husband of 51 years George lee (G.L) Shuman. Also, a daughter, Deloris Shuman Davis, and granddaughters, Casey Cherie Shuman, Dianne Davis Rowland. Brothers, Foster Powell Jr, and James Powell and sisters, Inez Hipps and Billie Faye Knowles.
She is survived by 3 sons, Oral (Linda) Shuman, Steve (Marie) Shuman, and Greg (Tammy) Shuman all of Hazlehurst, Georgia. One Brother, Robert Powell of Lumber City, Georgia. Grandchildren Derek Shuman, Kerri Slaughter, Jeremy Shuman, Jenna Harper, Neil Shuman, April Brown, Wadis Davis and Dewayne Davis. Several great grands and numerous nieces and nephews and a host of friends.
Ms. Shuman was a faithful member of Bridgeford church of God since 1957, until her advancing age and declining health prohibited her from attending regularly. She loved her church family and had a lifetime of friendships gained there. She was primarily a wife, Mother, and homemaker, but worked as a seamstress, doing alterations for the colony shop and Berryhill cleaners for a season.
She was very creative and enjoyed a variety of crafts. Until her last hospitalization she was still making wreaths for her door. She changed them with every season or holiday. She enjoyed working with her flowers if she was able. She loved all kind of flowers of all different type. She enjoyed people and loved to laugh.
Funeral Services and Visitation will be held at Bridge ford Church of God on Friday, March 25, 2022 beginning with visitation at 11:00am, with services to follow at 12:00PM.
Officiating will be Rev. Jeremy Deloach, Rev. Milton Thomas, and nephew Terry Powell.
Active pallbearers will be Grandsons and great grandson, Derek Shumans, Jeremy Shumans, Neil Shumans, Wadis Davis, Dewayne Davis, and Dylan Davis. Honorary pallbearers will be all friends and family attendance.