The Timeless Tribute for Mrs. Black is now available.


           Mrs. Johnnie Mae Ingram Black was born in Sumter County, Georgia on  April 24, 1941 to the parentage of the late Mr. John Thomas Ingram and the late Mrs. Emma Harris Ingram. She was educated at A.S. Staley High School and graduated from Monroe High School, Albany, Georgia in the Class of 1960. She attended Albany State College, Albany, Georgia. She was a member of the Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, where she sang in the choir and was on the Trustee Board. She was employed be Kinder Manufacturing on the cutting line for 25 years and Walmart for 26 years, retiring in 2013. She was married to the late Mr. Henry William Black. She is preceded in death by her daughter, Martha Ann Hart and seven sisters, Jessie Davis, Annie Ruth Hopkins, Lucy Lundy, Mary Patterson, Christine Ingram, Juanita Wallace and Lucille, Coleman.


           She leaves to cherish her memories; a daughter, Ms. Lisa Lashun Black, Warner Robins, GA; three grandchildren, Shunacy Tawain Hart, Lacie Danielle Westbrook and Porche’ Keyanna Mann all of Warner Robins, GA; two great grandchildren, Treyvoun Daniels, Montezuma, GA and Cornelius Davis, Americus, GA; four step children, Donna (George) Maddox, Warner Robins, GA, Nancy (Johnny) Hawkins, Amy (Elijuan) Love, Americus, GA and Willie James (Stacy) Black, Ellenwood, GA a host of nieces, including devoted nieces, Terri (Darius) Wooden, Rita Ingram and Edith (Larry) Ingram, nephews, including devoted nephews, Johnny Hopkins and Terrell “Larry” (Edith) Ingram;; nine step grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends, including devoted friends, Ms. Claudette Miles, Ms. Donnie McDonald, Ms. Janie Ruth Fillingame and Ms. Doris Richardson also survive.