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Ms. Louise Creamer Sellers, 82

Ms. Louise Creamer Sellers, 82, of Hazlehurst, died April 11 at Navicent Atrium Health Medical Center in Macon.
Ms. Sellers was born Aug. 1, 1939, in Jeff Davis County. She is preceded in death by her parents, George Washington Creamer Sr. and Mary Winnie Bryant Creamer, husband, John Low Sellers, daughter and son-in-law, Brenda Kay and Tony Powell, brothers, the Rev. Sam Creamer, George Creamer, Junior Creamer, Cecil Creamer, Willis Creamer and sisters, Edna Moody and Myrtice Tucker.
She was retired from Amoco Fabrics and a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church, where she served as a Sunday school teacher and a member of the Cemetery Committee.
Ms. Sellers was a kind and gentle spirit, always speaking softly, and always smiling. She loved her family dearly and enjoyed spending time with them especially her grandchildren. She was an awesome mother and grandmother; her grandchildren knew her as their GiGi. When she was not taking care of her family, she loved studying her Bible, cooking, shopping and fishing. She will truly be missed by all that knew her and loved her.
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Johnny and Melonie Sellers of Hazlehurst; sisters, Clarine Cannon of Hazlehurst and Lucille Flowers of Wilson, N.C.; brother, Herman Creamer of Jacksonville, Fla.; grandchildren, Kristie Powell Rowell (Matthew), Joshua Kevin Sellers, Dustin Anthony Powell (Angel), John Kasey Sellers (Brindy), Stephanie Causey (William) and Ashlie Marie Sellers; 16 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Services were held April 14 in the chapel of Wainright-Parlor Funeral Home with the Rev. Gary Jones and the Rev. David Barber officiating. Interment followed in Oak Grove Baptist Church Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers were all members of Oak Grove Baptist Church and all friends and family in attendance.
Active pallbearers were Matthew Rowell, William Causey, Tye Rentz, Anthony Flowers, Dearl Creamer and Sammy Smith, alternate Randy Cannon.
Wainright-Parlor Funeral Home was in charge.

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