Miss Rhonda Sue Justice, 58, of Norman Park passed away on Friday, July 15, 2022 at her residence.
Funeral services will be held in the chapel of Albritton Funeral Directors on Sunday, July 17 at 3:00 P.M. with Reverend Troy Dykes and Reverend Bill Forde officiating. Visitation will be from 1:30-2:30 P.M. prior to the funeral service. Interment will follow with military honors rendered at the graveside in Oakridge Cemetery.
Jim Parker, Theo Parker, Jamie Hartsfield, Floyd Hartsfield, Jr., Marlin Williams and Pannell Ellis will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be the members of the Bethel Baptist Church Adult Sunday School Class.
Miss Justice was born September 25, 1963 in Tift County to Margie Hartsfield Justice and the late Carlton Union Justice. She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church of Omega. Miss Justice was a 1981 graduate of Tift County High School.
Rhonda served in the U. S. Army as a medic for four years. This prompted her to return to school to become a nurse. She worked at Tift Regional Hospital, Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlanta, finishing as the clinic nurse in the State Prison in Autry and Lee State Prison.
Nursing was a ministry, not just a job to her. Taking care of people and giving unselfishly was her gift.
Rhonda loved Southern Gospel Music and she traveled to several places all over the State of Georgia, Florida and North Carolina to hear her favorite groups.
She enjoyed kayaking with her family most of all and going to church, fellowshipping and giving everybody a hug.
Rhonda loved working with cows on her farm, riding the tractor and making homemade syrup with her dad and Uncle Harlie. Family gatherings at the farm were her favorite, and she hosted a Fall Festival for many years for family and friends with a hayride, cookout and karaoke on the porch.
She loved camping with family and enjoyed fishing and shrimping on the Georgia coast. She always wanted the ones pulling the net to go out farther and deeper.
Rhonda love the Georgia Bulldogs, and she could be found most Fall Saturdays watching the games.
Rhonda loved to travel and she traveled with her family all over the United States, even after being diagnosed with cancer. She traveled to Belize on a missions trip with her church.
She enjoyed playing Phase 10 cards with the family after she got sick. She just loved helping anybody, but the joy of her heart was playing with her great nephews and great niece, Ty, Pate, Austin, Hunter and Lilah.
Miss Justice was preceded in death by her father, Carlton Union Justice. In addition to her mother, Miss Justice is survived by her brothers and sisters-in-law, Randy and Kathy Justice of Norman Park and Ricky and Jane Justice of Brookfield; her nephews and nieces, Brent Justice and his wife Alisha of Augusta; Brittany Justice and Brandon Pipkin of Norman Park; and Alex Justice and his wife Elizabeth of Monroe, Georgia; Brooke Sanders and husband, Darin Sanders of Tifton; her great nephews, Ty Sanders, Pate Sanders, Austin Justice and Hunter Carlton Justice; her great niece Lilah Justice.