Funeral Services for Mr. Jamorro "ManMan" Francis 39, of Milledgeville will be held on Saturday December 22, 2018 at 1:00 PM at the Wilkinson County High School Auditorium. Pastor Kendrick K. Mack, Sr. will deliver the euology. Interment will follow at the Rose Hill Cemetery, Gordon.
Jamorro K. Francis was born December 18, 1978 to Flossie Mae Harden and the late Wilbert Francis. He joined the Shiloh Baptist Church at an early age under the leadership of the late Rev. O. L. Morris. He attended Baldwin County Schools, in Milledgeville, and was a member of the graduating class of 1998, He was employed by Mohawk Industries of Milledgeville, and was a faithful employee for fifteen years. To know Jamarro was to love him and he never met a stranger. Jamorro was known for his deep dimples and words of kindness given to all he met.
He was preceded in death by: his father, Wilbert Francis, Jr., sister, Asija Johnson, brother, James (Punkin) Francis.
Jamorro leaves to cherish his memory, a devoted mother, Flossie Harden White (Curtis) of Milledgeville, the love of his life, his son, Tadrian (Lil Ole Man) Francis of Milledgeville, and Lachaunda Cooper of Milledgeville, also he leave to cherish his memory, Cha’Quaion and Chamarrion Hall of Irwinton, Mario and Laquize Johnson of Alabama, sisters, Sandra Freeman, Aletha (Charles) Nesbitt, Latonya (CJ) Freeman, all of Milledgeville, Shree White of Savannah, Lolita Francis, brother, Curtis (Torrie) White Jr., Grandmother, Carrie Lou Harden, and a host of uncles, aunts, Barbara Bosten of Macon, God-Mother, Rose Hollingsworth of Irwinton, and Barbara Bosten of Macon, Godfather, Willie Frank Goddard of Milledgeville, and a host of nieces, nephews and many family members and friends who will forever cherish his memories.
Public viewing will be held on Friday from 10-7 pm at the funeral home. Mr. Francis will be placed in the Wilkinson County High School Audiotorium at 12 Noon. Wilkinson County Memorial Chapel, Irwinton has charge of arrangements.