Jean Arnold King age 84b of Loganville, passed away on Tuesday, August 2, 2016. She was a member of Peachcrest Christian Church in Loganville, where she loved to sing and was an artist. Jean was a loving Christian Mother who raised her children in Church. Surviving are children: Carla (Steve) Powell, and Jodi Wagner of Loganville: John Logan (Lynn) King III of Lawrenceville, and Jill (Ernie) Findley of Cullowhee, NC. 10 Grandchildren and 18 Great Grandchildren also survive. Funeral Services are 2 PM Thursday, August 4, 2016 at the Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel, with Entombment to follow in the Eternal Hills Memory Gardens in Snellville. The family will receive friends from 6 PM until 8 PM on Wednesday at the Funeral Home.

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  1. Carla, Kim, Jodie and Jill,

    I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom. Losing a loved one is hard to face, but after many conversations with Carla, I know that you will find peace in her passing because she accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior years ago.

    Take time to grieve and heal. I pray memories of her life will bring you comfort. I will continue to pray for your family in the days ahead as you adjust to her loss. Linda George

  2. To Carla and Family,

    I am so sorry I could not be there today to share in honoring and celebrating the life of your sweet Mom. Though you will miss her greatly and your memories of her will bring both smiles and sadness as you grieve, what a blessing and comfort you have – as a believer – to know you will see her again one day. You have been in my prayers daily and I will continue asking the Lord to BE your comfort, strength and joy as you walk through this valley. Please know you are loved and supported by the prayers and friendship of many.

  3. Dear Carla, Kim, Jodie and Jill,

    My heart is sadden to hear of Jean’s death. I thank God for the sweet memories of our childhood and young adult life. Her legacy is you, her beautiful children, grandchildren & great grandchildren. Even tho the miles separated us thru the years, she has always been in my thoughts and prayers. My love to all.

  4. Jodie, Jill, Carla, and Kim

    I am so sorry to hear of Jean’s passing. I did not find out until after the funeral, I would definitely been there. Jean was a beautiful lady. She always had kind words for everyone. We had a good time working together at the courthouse. I know she loved you four more than anything. Jean is now a singing angel in heaven.

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