Annie Elizabeth Couch Hewatt, age 95 of Loganville, formerly of Stone Mountain, died on September 20, 2016. She was preceeded in death by the love of her life and spouse of 70 years, Sam Hewatt, her parents, a sister and brother, and Luke Malone, a great grandson. She is survived by daughters, Nancy Hewatt Collins and husband Roy, Stone Mountain; Mary Ellen Hewatt Malone and Husband Marty, Loganville; grandchildren, Tracy and Kimberly Cumbie, of Stone Mountain; Roy and Kelly Collins, Monroe; Jeff and Carrie Collins, Monroe; Scott and Melissa Malone, Carrollton, TX; Brad Malone, Atlanta; great grandchildren, Callie and Tyler Collins, Monroe; Sam and Eli Cumbie, Stone Mountain; Hyder Collins, Monroe; JW Malone, Carrollton, TX; numerous nieces and nephews. Elizabeth was a sweet women who loved her family. She also loved “her mountain” and her many friends and Sunday school class at Stone Mountain First Baptist Church. She worked alongside her husband at his business, Hewatt’s Supermarket, located in downtown Stone Mountain for many years. Elizabeth was known as “Mama” to her daughters and all of her grandchildren called her Grandmother Elizabeth. The members of her family are especially grateful for her faithful caregivers, Helen, Dusty and Martha. Their sweet name for her was “Mom”. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, September 24 at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel at 11:00am with Dr. Dan Parker and Rev. Ken Magness officiating. Burial will be at Snellville Historical Cemetery. The family will receive friends September 23 from 5-8pm at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain 770-469-9811.

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  1. Nancy & Mary Ellen, I am so sorry about your sweet Mom. I know you will miss her but she is where is wants to be and that is with Sam. You have some great memories and you just have to hold onto those. You had 2 great parents that not only loved the 2 of you but they loved everybody. My Mom and Dad, Jude & Mildred Johnson, thought the world of them. Sam would let Daddy work at the store when General Motors went on strike and he loved it. All of you are in my thoughts & prayers.

  2. Thinking of all of you today. I know your mom and daddy were so very sweet and loved you all very much. Prayers for all of your sweet family.

  3. Have you all in my prayers. Will always hold that sweet smile of Aunt Elizabeth’s in my heart. She was a sweet lady and very dedicated to Uncle Sam and her family. I know it is hard to give her up but all your wonderful memories will help ease the void.
    I don’t. Think we will ever stop missing them. Love you all

  4. Mary, I’m so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. From what I can tell, she had a long life with lots of loved ones around her. Even at 95, I’m not sure we’re ready for them to leave us. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  5. So sorry for the whole family’s loss and close friends of Elizabeth, but especially my friend Kimberly Cumbie loss of her grandmother, and her family members I have come to know and care for. May God bless you with strength and peace during these trying days. Phyllis and Peter Chambers

  6. Thinking of all of you and your sweet family. Sending prayers for strength to get through this and happiness in the memories you shared. Sending my love to all of you.

  7. Mary and family,
    I am sorry for your loss. There are so many memories that I have of your Mama and Daddy. She is in a wonderful place with Sam now. My prayers are with all of you. ??

  8. Nancy and family I am sorry for your loss. She was a sweet lady. I will keep you in my prayers. I will not be able to attend the funeral as I have a breakfast to attend at my church.

  9. I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Mr Sam and Mrs Elizabeth were wonderful people and they are missed. Blessings to your family during this trying time.

  10. The memories of your sweet momma and daddy are limitless across the years that she and Sam were friends with my parents Howard and Vivian Moon. So many adventures and so many get together events but none as great as the reunion going on in Heaven today with Montine and JB, Bob, Gene, Doc, Helen and a host of others that were so close while here and now there. Loved them all and miss them all. Our prayers and love are certainly with you during this time.

  11. Sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers for the family.

    The “Beam Family”, Nancy, Rita, Joan, Emily, Ralph, Margie, and Nona

  12. Nancy, Mary and families; So sorry to learn of “Ms Elizabeth’s” passing. I hadn’t seen her in a long time, but had such wonderful and fond memories. Such a genuinely NICE person. Gonna be out of town this weekend so regrettably won’t see any of you.

    Much Love,
    Greg

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