Earnestine (Watson) Watson

November 8, 1944 ~ September 28, 2021 (age 76)


Earnestine Watson was born on November 8th 1944 in Sumter, SC to the late Lewis Welton Wright & Janie Mae Watson. Funeral service will be Saturday, October 9,2021 at 2pm in the chapel of Family First Funeral Care.  Visitation will be Friday evening  October 8, 2021 5-7pm.   

Earnestine received her early education from Lincoln Park Academy in Fort Pierce, FL and later graduated from Harlem Academy in Clewiston ,FL where she moved to as a young lady. Earnestine accepted Christ and joined Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church , Pastor Dwayne Brown of Clewiston FL. "Shane" as she was known by family and friends had a heart of gold and always helped everyone she could . She loved cooking ,dancing and spending time with her family.  

Earnestine gained her wings to Heaven on Monday September 27th, 2021 and has now joined her parents Lewis Welton Wright & Janie Mae Watson ,her sister Celestine James , 2 aunts Julia Taylor, Mary Commander , 1 uncle Ramson Watson Jr. and a special cousin Thelma Watson in God's loving Arms.

Her beautiful life will forever be cherished in the lives of her children Calvin (Tiffany) Cobbs of Dothan Al, Corey White (Raquel Camejo) of Clewiston FL, Terik (Dawanda) Cosby of Orlando Fl , 4 granddaughter's My'Zyarreia Pope , Terika Cosby, Sakiyah Cosby and Rianna Cosby , 5 grandsons Delvin Cobbs, Javonte White, Corey White, Da'Cari Cobbs and Lennox White. 1 Loving brother Nathaniel Watson,  her sister Celestine James who who proceeded her in death, 1 aunt Silba Watson , 4 special nieces Teresa Wells, Charlene Watson-Prime (George), Connie James and Deirdra Rockemore 3 nephews Berkely James Jr., Henry James, Tony James, special friend Yvonne Boone , and a host of family and friends that will truly cherish Earnestine memories.

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