Sarah Elizabeth Stevens

Sarah Elizabeth Stevens, age 93, of Braselton passed away Saturday, September 3, 2022.  Survivors include her son  Pastor James Allen Stevens, Jr. and wife Wanda; daughters Lynn Duncan and husband H.W., Pam Reed and husband Dwight all of Braselton, Penny Clark and husband Tim of Hoschton; brother Johnny Sheridan and wife Christine of Gainesville; grandchildren Trency Jackson and husband John, Scott Quattlebaum and wife Trina, Christan Glassburn and husband Todd, Jessica Green and husband Chaise, Lauren Stevens, Taylor Stevens, Anna Ausburn, Justin Duncan, Joshua Reed and wife Heather, Nicki Underwood and husband Shannon, Lola Clark and Billy Clark; 13 great grandchildren; 6 great great grandchildren and a host of other relatives.  Mrs. Stevens was the World’s Greatest Mom Ever and Mammy. She was preceded in death by her husband James Allen Stevens, Sr., parents Thomas and Bertice Bradley Sheridan; sons Joel Anthony Stevens, Charles “Bull” Gregory Stevens; brother Thomas “Tommy” Sheridan and sister Shirley Henry.  Funeral services will be held 2:00 pm Tuesday, September 6, 2022 at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.  Rev. Jack Chalmers and Pastor Allen Stevens will be officiating.  Interment to follow at Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, Braselton. The family will receive friends 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Tuesday, September 6, 2022 pm at the funeral home.  In lieu of flowers contributions made be made to Wounded Warrior Project at or to the American  Diabetes Association at  Funeral arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home, 4532 Hwy 53, Hoschton, GA, 30548,, 706-654-0966.

5 thoughts on “Sarah Elizabeth Stevens”

  1. What an awesome woman of faith Mrs. Sarah was! I am so thankful God let our paths cross. Her family was one of her greatest blessings and she never failed to tell me that! My love and prayers are with you all! May God give you comfort and peace.

  2. Loved this sweet lady. She was such a fun loving person and was always getting into funny mischief.
    Ms. Sarah is now complete in our Saviors arms as well as her Sweetheart, James’s arms!
    Love to all of our Stevens Friends.

  3. Sarah was such an incredible woman. I am so glad I got to have a part in her life as well as her families! I’m going to miss you but I know you are where you belong! You had great faith!! Love you until we meet again!

  4. Sarah was a wonderful resident and easy to care for. She was a true light and jewel. Her faith in God showed and she was so sweet. She is great missed. Prayers and hugs to family.

  5. My dearest Pam and family, although I have not known you all very long, and I did not have an opportunity to meet your mom, I know in the short time that I have known Pam and the family members I have met, that your mom was a v
    wonderful, loving, caring, God fearing woman. Listening to Allen’s eulogy at the beautiful service today brought tears to my eyes because, what he said about your mom, it reminded me so very much of my own mom whom I lost in 2013. She was the most wonderful mom I could have ever asked for! There is just something about those Mom’s that the children of our generation were so very fortunate to have!!! I know firsthand what a beautiful human being my dear friend, Pam, is inside and out. Therefore, I know what a beautiful soul Ms Sarah had to have been! It is so very evident from all of the photographs, as she had the most radiant smile! Pam, you definitely have her smile! May you all hold dear to your heart the loving memories that you will always cherish!!! God bless!!! Her spirit lives on your smile!!! Jenna Kopp

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