Eunice Lenora Payton Rawlins age 91 of Stone Mountain, Ga died Sunday September 30, 2012 at Embracing Hospice in Snellville, Georgia, from complications of a heart attack. She was employed by J. C. Penney company in Tucker Georgia for several years making draperies, retiring in 1991. Her passion in later was making womens vest. She was preceded in death by daughter, Shirley Jeanne Rawlins. Survivors include daughter and son in law Elsie Deanne McCord and Alton Wayne McCord Sr. Granddaughter Valerie Lynette Hight Tommy, and a Grandson Alton Wayne McCord Jr. all of Stone Mountain, Georgia. Also Great Grandsons Steven Richardson Andrea of McDonough, Georgia, and Nick Richardson of Loganville, Georgia, and Great great Grandson Caylem Richardson of McDonough, Georgia. A private Graveside service will be arranged by Wages & Sons Funeral Home Stone Mountain Georgia 770 469 9811.

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  1. In the memory of Eunice Rawlins: Eunice will be sadly missed among us, because she was part of our extended family. We miss her beautiful smile and her witty personality. She will always remain in our memory, because we love her dearly! We share your sorrow at this time of grief, so may the resurrection hope sustain you.

    From the staff and residents at AHSH

  2. Thank you for all the wonderful things you did in 92 years. I will never forget the time we shared together. Love you always !
    GOD has a very special place for you.
    “There are no good-byes, just see you soons, you’ll always be in my heart”
    “Those we love don’t go away,
    They walk beside us every day,
    Unseen, unheard, but always near,
    Still loved, still missed and very dear”

  3. To the family of Mrs. Rawlins May your sorrow go quickly knowing she’s in a better place and that you will all be together one day.

  4. Eunice was a kind and thoughtful person.she will be missed.R.I.P.My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Death is never an easy thing for anyone to experience. Especially when we loose someone who was close to our hearts. I hope the words found at Rev.21:3-4 brings you comfort.

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