Willie Mae Reaves

Willie Mae Reaves, 82, of Orlando, Florida, transitioned from labor to her final rest on August 21, 2022, of heart failure.

Mom, fondly known as Punkin, was born on December 8, 1939, in Edison, Georgia. She attended Edison Highschool, Calhoun County, in Edison. She was a steadfast Christian and woman of great faith committed to serving God through His Son Jesus Christ as she was led by the Holy Spirit. She retired from Disney. Mom had a love for family. She raised seven children and four grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her dad Willie James Favors, her mother Wilma Cook, brothers Charles and Willie James Favors, sister Lula B. Johnson, daughter Wilma Mae Favors and son Michael Anthony Jones. She is survived by her half-sister Chinie Lee Favors-Molden, brother, Willie George Favors; her sons Charles L. Jones, Sr. (Julie), Frank Dempsey, and William Reaves, and her daughters Loretta Cooper (Graylin) and Raquel McGowan; Grandchildren: Nina, David, Gerald (Kimberly), Philip, Travis, Quiana, Frank, Jr., Zuriel, Nikisha, Charles, Jr., Brian (Theresa), Dominic, Chloe, Charles III, Amiya, Arianna, Gerald, Jr., Camorra, Taniyah, Genesis, and Jazelle; First Cousin Ida Mae Joyner (like a sister); Nephew and Nieces Curtis, Sheila, Gina, Anita, and Dianna; and a host of other cousins, nieces, and nephews.

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