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Mitchelene Headley

July 29, 1959 — June 3, 2014

Mrs. Mitchelene Headley age 54 of Pearson, Ga. passed away Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Savannah, Ga. following an extended illness. A native of Douglas, Ga., Mrs. Headley was born July 29, 1959, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel and Doris Knight Vaughn. She was a homemaker and attended Pearson Church of God of Prophecy. Mrs. Headley was preceded in death by one sister, Ethel Price and one brother, Johnny Mitchel Vaughn, Jr. Survivors include: Father: Mitchel Vaughn and Stepmother Carolyn of Douglas, Ga. 3 Sons: Brian Schotsch and wife Stephanie of Pearson, Ga. Joey Headley and wife Lauren of Norfolk, Va. Benjamin Headley and wife Alicia of Norfolk, Va. 5 Brothers: Doug Vaughn of Milan, Ga. James Griffin and wife Beverly of Wray, Ga. Billy Griffin and wife Rhonda of Douglas, Ga. Michael Griffin and wife Lisa of Douglas, Ga. Jason Vaughn and wife Kaci of Douglas, Ga. 3 Sisters: Mona Jones and husband Waymon of Abbeville, Ga. Patsy Ammora of Statesboro, Ga. Rose Merritt and husband Chris of Broxton, Ga. 5 Grandchildren: John Schotsch Gabriel Schotsch Joseph Headley Olivia Headley Lucas Headley Several Nieces and Nephews also survive. Funeral Services for Mrs. Headley were held Saturday, June 7, 2014 at Pearson Church of God of Prophecy at 11:00 A.M. with Rev. Hardy Crosby and Rev. Randall Rhymes officiating. Special musical selections included, "Where Angels Fear to Tread" rendered by soloist, Bridgette Moore with c.d. accompaniment, "You Raised Me Up" rendered by Allen Jewell and Tina Jewell with c.d. accompaniment, "Peace in the Valley" rendered by Bekah Smith with c.d. accompaniment. Soft music for the Prelude and Postlude was provided by Rita Spikes and Alisa Smith, pianists. The interment followed in Rocky Creek Cemetery with special musical number, "Wouldn't Take Nothing for my Journey" rendered by soloist, Allen Jewell on the mandolin. Serving as active pallbearers were: Ray Douglas, Daniel McNab, Billy Griffin, James Frost, Lamar Poole and Jeffrey Spivey.

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