Henrietta B. Jones Acklin

Henrietta B. Jones Acklin, age 76. Sunrise April 11, 1936 in Logan, WV and Sunset April 23, 2012 in Columbus, OH. Henrietta was a retiree of The Ohio State University and a member of Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church where she served as a Church Mother. She was preceded in death by her parents Henry and Mamie Jones, husband James Henry Acklin, daughter Tomika Acklin, sisters Irene Layne and Linda Jones, and brother Robert Jones. Left to cherish her memory, son Larry (Vanessa) Jones, daughters Gwendolyn Jones, Joyce Jones, Cynthia Jones, Bernardetta Jones, Monica (David) Stewart and Lucinda Acklin (Richard) White, 6 brothers, 5 sisters, 17 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.

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  1. Elder Ryan and DeShawna Bailey :

    I'm thankful to have known Grandma. I always told her she will always be my grandma…My daughter Zhaire loved her NaNa, she always came home talking about how her and nana laughed and how she gave her 'that look' and Zhaire said "es;I know Im nana's favorite, mommy"es;…We love you and Im excited because I get to see you again, when I get there with Jesus! R.I.H God has gained a wonderful, loving angel!!!

  2. Suerathia C. Turner :

    She must now say good-bye and though you may ask the question why?
    Remember God makes no mistakes or takes us before our time,
    She is at peace with the Lord and doing fine.
    No more heartaches no more pain just at peace with God,
    She now walks where angels trod.
    Though this is her final earthly greeting,
    Know that there has been a "es;special"es; banquet prepared, she's the "es;special"es; guest and it's Jesus Christ she's meeting.

    Be anxious for nothing but in all things through prayer and with thanksgiving make your requests known to God and the very peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6). Be blessed in the Lord and know you are thought of as we petition our prays to God on your behalf.

    Suerathia C. Turner

  3. I went to Fayetteville and she blessed me with an open door,a open heart and a family.
    Love Mark Bennett

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