Peggy Bynum-Jones


Peggy Joanne Bynum Jones was born May 1, 1940 to the late George and Alberta Simon in Columbus, Ohio. She attended the 8th Avenue Elementary school. She attended Indianola Junior High and graduated from North High School Columbus Public School.

After she graduated from high school, she obtained a job at the University Hospital in Columbus as a nurses aide. She excelled in the nursing field and she worked at University Hospital for 20 years. She accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior under the leadership of Elder Richard Houston Holmes and she attended Mount Zion Church of God in Christ. She served her church in many ways. She was the Sunday School Superintendent. She taught Sunday school and she served on the Hospitality Board. She also sang in the Choir number 1.

Peggy relocated to Cincinnati Ohio in 1983, where she worked at the University of Cincinnati Hospital. She worked there for 20 years and retired as Head of Patient Relations. She was active in the community and was well respected by her peers. She served on many different boards. She was recognized and awarded as a recipient of the Prestigious Black Achievers award in 1999.

In Cincinnati she joined Good News Church of God in Christ in 1983, under the leadership of Elder James H. Quick. She served in many areas, including a Tuesday morning Bible study teacher. Peggy was on the Pastor Anniversary Committee. She worked in the Nurses Guild. She belonged to the Hymnal choir. She was a vacation bible school teacher. She was a Sunday school Superintendent. Peggy taught the Woman’s Sunday school Class and served as a Tuesday morning prayer Intercessor. She was part of the Hospitality Outreach Ministry and the Card Ministry. Peggy boarded the glory train and departed this life on Friday, January 1, 2021 at 5:15pm.

Peggy was preceded in death by her mother, Alberta Golden Brannon; father, George Simon; daughter Alberta Lynn Davis; and brother-in-law, Clinton Butler Senior of Redlands, California.

Peggy leaves to mourn her passing, one sister, Doris Eugenia Butler of Redlands, California; five grandchildren, Tiana Lee, Monique Daniels, Parahdise Daniels, Lashawna Davis, and DeJuan Davis (Angel); nine great grandchildren, Marshawn, Royster, Deontae Furloe, Shaniyah Furlow, Kennedi Stepney, Kendel Stepney, Dashawn Davis, Amar’e Davis, Daymier Davis, D’Marion Davis; loving devoted friend and niece, Tonya Butler; niece, Coretta Stallworth; nephews, James Butler and Clinton Junior (Maria) Butler; loving cousins who were raised as siblings, Evangelist June (Bishop Ed Black), Elder George (Freddie Porter) of Chicago, Illinois, Charles “Pudge” (Denise Porter); and a host of other nieces, nephews and family members.

Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Condolence to Ms. Peggy’s grandchildren and family. I worked with her for 10 years
    and what a wonderful person. Gone but will never be forgotten. Trust in the Lord family
    as she did. Alberta

  2. Sister Peggy will be greatly missed from the Good News family.

  3. We can’t begin to imagine what you are feeling, but please let us share our sincere condolences. In times of distress we need comfort that soothes our hearts. May the peace of God guard your hearts. With caring thoughts.

  4. Missing you grandma soooooo much you will always be in our hearts and we will never forget you or my mom y’all are back together now love your granddaughter

  5. Sister Theresa Coleman

    Dearest Family of Sister Peggy Jones
    May the peace of God which passeth all understanding be with you during this time, Peggy was such a great expositor of God’s Holy word , her knowledge and recall made her a the teacher that she was. and she will be missed.

  6. Mother Ella Hamilton

    Mother Peggy Jones was a student of the Bible and loved teaching God’s Word. She will be greatly missed. Our prayers go out to the family.

  7. Tiana S Lee (Granddaughter)

    To my favorite person…Grandma…you will be missed…your laugh…your words of encouragement…your prayers…your style…your quick wit…all of it…all of you…we love you so much…hug my Mom for me…

  8. Mother Peggy Jones was a wonderful person. Her laughter, joyful presence, amazing love for the Lord and her family has made her a treasure to remember. Mother Peggy will be greatly missed. Love and Prayers.

  9. Tony & Hattie Bell & Family

    Mother Peggy will truly be missed by me and my family and The Good News Family. What an awesome woman of God! She truly lead the life of a Christian. Her smile could light up a room and words of encouragement she always gave me or my daughters will be cherished forever. We love you Mother Peggy rest peacefully in his arms now. To the family, thank you for sharing your beloved with us. Were praying for each one of you.

  10. Parahdise Daniels (Granddaughter)

    I’m gonna miss all the laughs we’ve had , ur advice when needed , ur prayers when I was feeling down and didn’t know what to do . Ur personality, ur joy when u come in the room, all of that . Tell my mom I said hello and hug for me !

  11. My Aunt Peggy was a special person , she and my mother would talk every week and her faith was without words solid. I am sure his is in heaven with her Daughter Albert Lynn enjoying peace .
    Without word she will be missed by everyone but most of all from my mother Doris Butler .

    Jaymes Butler

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