Mrs. Georgia Savoy Bloomer- Eaddy 82, journeyed from labor to Reward January 31, 2016 at Hospice Care of the Piedmont. She was born April 11, 1933 in Wilson, NC a daughter of Margaret Ann Shaw and Pal Trevor Savoy of Kingston, Jamaica
Praising God for all He’s done in her life, Mrs. Georgia Bloomer – Eaddy, also known as Mother Bloomer to many, had no problem with being a precious vessel of God. She loved to express her gratitude and thankfulness to her Father in Heaven by being a blessing to others in many different ways. Mrs. Georgia reached out and touched the lives of countless people and children with her heart by dedicating over 30 years of her wisdom, love, time and tender lover care as a children’s Minister at Zion Temple in Greenwood, SC. She planned many creative activities that kids enjoyed and looked forward to every week. Mrs. Georgia told many Bible based stories in such a way that made the illustrations realistic and become life-like. Her renditions could capture the ears of tigers because they were so compelling. In her heart, she knew the fun and excitement would draw children into a loving and serving relationship with Jesus.
Mrs. Georgia also served in the prison ministry by offering support for the spiritual and religious needs of inmates for over 15 years. She loved to tell about the Good News of Jesus and won many souls to Christ Jesus as stated in John 3:16. Mrs. Georgia represented a place of hope because she helped them realize Jesus would always provide a way out of their struggles (Romans 10:14-15). Mrs. Georgia often quoted “God can use whoever he chooses” (Romans 2:11) and “He’s a wonder!” She stood on the promise that regardless of a person’s current situation or location it had no barrier on God because he was never too busy (Isaiah 59:1)
During the summer she would attend the South Atlantic Conference Camp Meeting in Orangeburg, SC. Mrs. Georgia was a youth leader and taught summer classes for self-growth and life enrichment lessons for many years. She loved to go to conferences and her husband would take the time to make sure she had everything needed to get to that conference.
During her free time she loved to spend time with the Lord in reading and prayer. She would always find a book to read from one her favorite preachers and authors – her son Bishop George Bloomer. She also loved to hear Bishop Noel Jones preach the word. She also loved to cook, grow vegetables in her own garden, knit, travel and spend time with family and friends. She prepared different dishes almost daily and they were all delicious. Mrs. Georgia’s enjoyed going shopping and finding her favorite color of clothing and other items in red.
She was preceded in death by two sons, Derrick (Butch) Bloomer and
Mrs. Bloomer-Eaddy leaves behind to cherish her memory loving husband Hezekiah Eaddy of the home, SC; 7 children, Bishop George Bloomer(Jeanie), of Durham, NC, Zachery Bloomer of Forestville, MD, Patricia Bloomer (Darryl) of Manhattan, NY, Linda Bloomer of Staten Island, NY, Pamela Bloomer of Manhattan, NY
Cynthia Tatum (Roy) of White Plains, NY, Crystal Simon (Ira) of Durham, NC: 23 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren; extended family to include, Loretta Gilchrist, Jermaine Gilchrist, Clyde Cilchrist Annie Gilchrist, Earline Watts, Betty Terry, Earlene Morgan, Hazel Dunlap, Misty Dunlap, Jewel Dunlap and a host of other relatives and friends.
Homegong services will be held 2pm Friday February 5, 2016 at Zion Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church with Pastor Patrick Carter officiating assisted by Pastors Jesse West, Ronnie Williams and Elder Cheryl Simmons.
Memorial services will also be held Monday, February 9, 2016 at 7pm from Bethel Family Worship Center, Durham, NC
Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Gardens.
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