Earlene Washington

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Earlene Washington, 69, of Mansfield, OH, passed away on November 18, 2023. Earlene was born on November 15, 1954, in Hammond, LA to I.W. Washington and Mildred Washington.

Earlene was a member of Community Temple Church of God in Christ.

Earlene is survived be her son, Rajan Franklin, from Columbus, OH; four grandchildren, Alexandria Wiltrout from Columbus, Devareis Blount (Sapphire) from Sandusky, OH; Quammar Vollmer from Mansfield, and Kavan Whitworth from Muncie, IN; one great grandchild, Emma Wiltrout, from Columbus, OH, and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.

Earlene is preceded in death by her father, I.W. Washington ad mother, Mildred Washington; sisters, Joyce Washington, Charlene Taylor and Ethel Mae Stokes.

Earlene was an amazing daughter, mother, sister, and aunt. She will surely be missed by all that ever encountered her.

Earlene Washington
Age 69. Sunrise: 11/15/1954 – Sunset: 11/18/2023
Service to be held at Community Temple COGIC, Monday, December 4, 2023, at 1:00pm

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Condolence Messages

  1. Marketa Friend Brown

    Sorry for the family’s loss may God bless you guys with His understanding strength and comfort in Jesus mighty name Amen

  2. So sorry for your lost rip earline

  3. With Sympathy in the loss of your mother
    She is not far, she is always near,
    In the memories that you hold most dear,
    In the hearts that still care,
    In the love that goes on,
    She will never be far
    She will never be gone.

  4. Kim Y. Hairston-Dismuke

    Praying for the family!

  5. Christine Canada

    Sorry for your family loss rip my friend rip

  6. My deepest condolences to the family of Earlene such a beautiful person.

  7. Betty Palmer-Harris

    Heartfelt sympathy for the family of Earlene Washington. I have known Earlene since she was a young girl along with her family. My prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.

  8. Willette Feagin Coleman

    Sending my deepest condolences RIP my dear

  9. Minister Behavior Bryant & Family

    Our condolences to Earlene entire family, you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Earlene was a good friend from childhood to adulthood, she was a good cook, and loved to laugh and have fun. Over the years we had a lot of good times, especially back in the day. She will be missed, and certainly never forgotten.
    First Ethel Mea, then Charlene, Ms. Mildred, and now you’re gone.
    R.I.P. Earlene, we love you!

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