Wanda Sue Stinchcomb

Wanda Sue Stinchcomb, age 72, of Braselton passed away Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Wanda loved God, her church, and her family.  Survivors include daughter Kim Butler and husband Eddie of Braselton, sons Chuck L. Stinchcomb and fiancé Mishea Dean of Braselton, TJ Stinchcomb and wife Angie of Concord, Chip P. Stinchcomb and wife Christi of Flowery Branch; Sister Sara Lewis of Winder; Sister-in-law Joanne Baird; and close friend Mike Pruitt; Grandchildren Brittany Johnson (Nathan), Erica Peneguy (Brett), Elijah Butler, Hart Dean, Hudson Dean, Payton Stinchcomb, Chandler Stinchcomb (Sam), Nathan Stinchcomb, and Logan Stinchcomb; Great-grandchildren Luke, Jesse, Beau, Addie Kate, Hannah, and Jensen.  The family will receive friends from 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM, Thursday, September 3, 2020 at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.  Funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM on Friday, September 4, 2020 at Hoschton Church of God of Prophecy, 8187 Pendergrass Road Hoschton, GA 30548.  Officiating will be done by Bishop Jerry Gaddis and Chaplain Gary Lewis.  The interment is to follow at Hoschton City Cemetery.  Pallbearers include Chuck Stinchcomb, TJ Stinchcomb, Chip Stinchcomb, Chandler Stinchcomb, Nathan Stinchcomb, Logan Stinchcomb, and Mike Pruitt.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hoschton Church of God of Prophecy.  Arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home 4532 Hwy 53 Hoschton, GA 30548.

8 thoughts on “Wanda Sue Stinchcomb”

  1. Wanda, I remember the day we moved to Hoschton and you were among the members who met us at the church. You were so kind to us and I knew at that moment you would be a friend forever. Your love for God and the church will never be forgotten. No more pain for you because you received your reward and now you are with Jesus and all your family already there. You are loved and missed by all. Prayers for your children and grandchildren today. Love you, Kay Beasley

  2. We would like to extend out deepest condolences to the Stinchcomb Family
    From your extended work family.

  3. Wanda was a true blessing to everyone she came in contact with. I know she is dancing in heaven today and left this world a very proud mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

  4. I am so saddened to hear of Wanda’s passing. I have fond memories of playing with Wanda as a child. Our Mothers worked at the same place and I guess we were entertaining ourselves.
    Also, we were in the same graduating class so we had many memories made together. Wanda made and shared some of the most wonderful fudge with classmates at class reunions!
    May God bless and comfort this family is my prayer.
    Jean Freeman O’Steen

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