Iva Jane Collins Macaulay, 89, of Lawrenceville, GA went home to the Lord on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.  Beloved wife of 54 years of Jack, who preceded her in death. Left to cherish the memory of a loving mother Carol Herr (Mike) of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, Bruce Macaulay (Donna) of Powell, Ohio and Scott Macaulay (Mary) of Snellville, GA. Adoring Nana to Carrie, Sonya, Todd, Tracy, Kevin, Katie and Keith, endearing great-Nana to Zachary, Addison, Cooper, Marin, Brody, Beckett and Patrick. Caring Aunt of Debbie Linnabaiy (Joel) of New Concord, Ohio and Jeff Collins(Shirley) of Pickerington,  Ohio. Iva Jane was born April 3, 1928 in Sharon, PA the daughter of Frank V. and Irene Collins. She attended PennState. Iva Jane was proud to be a home maker. She was a member in the Order of Eastern Star Farrell Chapter 156. She was a true lover of all NCAA sports especially when it involved "The Ohio State University".  She was an avid golfer and a founding member of the "Niners" at Northwoods CC.  She will be greatly missed by all those who loved and received her cheerful smile.  A memorial service will be held at Westminster Presbyterian Church Snellville, GA. Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at 1:00 P.M.  In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted to Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2208 Main Street East, Snellville, GA 30078,(770)979-9676          

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  1. Our deepest sympathy to the family of Iva Jane. Her beautiful smile and sweet disposition will certainly be missed by all her friends at Northwood Country Club.

  2. Iva Jane was a kind, lovely lady. Wayne and I sat with her at Church on Sundays and she always ask about our children, shared a story or two and had a kind word for everyone. I am sorry that we missed the Memorial service but out prayers go out to the family and loved ones.

  3. Iva Jane, you were a wonderful friend to the Stedman family. Your cheerful smile and unassuming manner always made your presence a delight! Thank you for being such a loving support for my mother as she battled Alzheimer’s in her later years. You were a treasure to so many and you’ll be missed.

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