Elizabeth Jenkins, lovingly known as Ms. Bae, transitioned by her loved ones at her resident in Cuthbert, Georgia. Born on May 30, 1928, in Randolph County, Georgia to the late Mr. Jessie Jenkins and the late Mrs. Rose Parker Jenkins. Elizabeth had a rich and fulfilling life that touched the hearts of everyone she encountered.
Elizabeth was educated in the Randolph County School System and grew into a remarkable woman who always found joy in connecting with others. She had an incredible gift for conversation and possessed a special knack for making people laugh. Her presence could light up any room, and her heart of gold endeared her to all who knew her. She accepted Christ at an early age as her personal Savior when she united with Big Bethel Freewill Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents Mr. Jessie Jenkins and Mrs. Rose Parker Jenkins, sister Lizzie Jenkins, son Mose Johnson, Jr. and Minnie Lee Fields (as a sister).
While Elizabeth cherished every interaction she had with people, it was her love for her daughter and son -in -law, Cynthia Gilbert (Charlie) and her grandsons Charles and Cedric Gilbert (all of Cuthbert, GA) that was truly immeasurable. She poured her heart and soul into their lives and embraced the role of a devoted mother and grandmother with unwavering love.
In addition to her immediate family, she also leaves to cherish: Corbin Charles Gilbert (great grandson) of Albany, GA; a sister, Eva Bell Goodman of Cordele, GA; Annie Ruth Reynolds stood by Elizabeth's side as a devoted friend throughout life's ups and downs. Blessed with numerous Godchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends whose lives she touched along the way, Elizabeth leaves behind a legacy of love and kindness that will continue to resonate for generations to come. Her influence knows no bounds.
Elizabeth Jenkins, or Ms. Bae, as she was fondly referred to, will forever be remembered for her infectious laughter, her compassion, and her willingness to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. As we bid farewell to a remarkable woman, we find solace in knowing that her spirit lives on through the memories and love she shared with all of us.
May her soul rest in eternal peace.