Celeste Rene

Celeste Rene, age 56, of Jefferson passed away Friday August 23, 2019. Mrs. Rene loved the Lord and people.  She was a register nurse for 22 years,10 years at Northeast Georgia Medial Center.  Mrs. Rene loved cars and racing. She loved jewelry, crafts, her yorkies Zeus and Sadie. She loved life, travel and cooking. Survivors include her husband Frederick F. Willis; son Brian F. Willis of Jefferson; daughters Nicolette J. Willis of Monroe and Angel R. Willis of Jefferson, mother Judy Daughtery Brewer and husband William Paschal Brewer; brothers Timothy Richard Wood and wife Gloria of Brunswick, Scott Carter Brewer and wife Eva of Statesboro, Christopher Randolph Brewer and wife Debbie of Brunswick, William Paschal Brewer, II and wife Shar’ell of Brunswick; sisters Denise M. O’Neal and husband Tom of Bethlehem, Lisa Brewer Jordan and Julie of St. Simmons.  Mrs. Rene is preceded in death by her father James R. Wood; grandchildren Casey Layton Jr., Trent Michael Layton and Autumn June Shaw. Memorial services will be held 3:00 PM Friday August 30, 2019 at The Jefferson Church, 267 Mahaffey St., Jefferson, GA 30549. Pastor Nick Dalton and Celeste’s former Pastor Mark Mobley will be officiating.  The family will receive friends 2:00 PM Friday August 30, 2019 at the church. Arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home 4532 Hwy 53 Hoschton, GA 30548, www.lawsonfuneralhome.org,  706-654-0966.

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3 thoughts on “Celeste Rene”

  1. Loved Celeste. She was one of the most determined people I know. Fought hard. Worked hard. Beautiful inside and out.
    Peace and prayers to y’all.
    Ellen Cook
    Former Gentiva coworker

  2. Celeste was a joy. I worked with her for many years – she was a gifted nurse, a wonderful co-worker, a special person. Years ago, I told her that if I needed hospice, I wanted her to be my nurse – she was so good, so calming. She adored her family – her co-workers heard all about y’all! I will hold y’all in light & love. I will look to heaven every time I eat seaweed – I used to bring it her at hospice meetings. Thank you for sharing her with us. Her hospice family loved her.

  3. Fred and family

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time

    With deep sympathy

    Harvey and Elyse Moriarty

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