Charlotte Ramona Golmon

Ms. Charlotte Ramona Golmon, 74, of Monticello went to be with her Lord on January 8, 2019.
She was born September 28, 1944, in Pascagoula to the late Brother Jewell Golmon and Lena Mae Golmon.
Ms. Charlotte was a devoted member of Calvary Baptist Church in Silver Creek, where she served as WMU Director, VBS teacher, Sunday School teacher, Awana assistant and Choir member.
Ms. Charlotte loved music of all types, but she was not shy with sharing who her favorite artist was. She was a lifelong Elvis enthusiast, and as our Lord would have it, she went to be with Him on Elvis’s birthday.
She enjoyed keeping a well decorated home. Cross-stitching was one of her favorite pass times. She loved celebrating Christmas, the birth of our Savior, and having her home decorated to reflect the joy of the season.
She was an avid baseball and football fan. She loved the Ole Miss Rebels, the Atlanta Braves and the Houston Astros. She always showed her support for local little league and high school teams as well.
Preceding her in death were her parents; grandson, Josh Thurman; her beloved son, Joel N. Cox; sisters, Juanita Hammond, Annie Shoemaker, Edna Earle Trigg and Shirley Golmon, and brothers, Warren Golmon, Truett Golmon and L.D. Golmon.
Those left to cherish her memory are her daughters, Katrina Martin and Stephanie Dickerson; brothers, Mark Golmon and Anthony Golmon, and sisters, Glenda Aube, Billie June Peeler, Melba Cox, Dianne Wilson, Rita Feduccia and Renee Guy. She is also survived by six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, who affectionately refer to her as “LaLa”, Lora, Landon and Loren Martin, Trent Thurman, and Jace and Jess Cox; great-grandchildren, Rileigh, Colby Ty and Klaire Adelyn Martin; her lifelong friend, Robbie Delaughter, as well as a host of other friends in the community, relatives and fellow church members.
The family would like to express their sincere thanks to Dr. Pace, Lawrence County Nursing Home, Lawrence County Hospital and St. Luke Home Health and Hospice for their devotion to her medical care.
Ms. Charlotte’s wishes to forego a funeral have been fulfilled. Her earthly body was cremated and her ashes were spread over her son’s grave, at Monticello Baptist Church cemetery, per her final request.
In lieu of flowers, Ms. Charlotte requested donations be made in her memory to The Baptist Children’s Village or Woman’s Missionary Union.
Condolences and other information are available online at www.riverwoodfamily.com.