Jennifer Lynn England, 43, of Thomasville died Saturday, January 8, 2011 at DCH Regional Center in Tuscaloosa. She was born January 16, 1968 to Lee Thomas (L.T.) England, Jr. and Mildred Evans England.
Lynn was a very energetic child and loved to laugh and have fun. Her talents were many, and she loved music. She loved to sing, dance and was a phenomenal artist. At an early age, she joined the Williams Temple CME Church and remained a faithful member until her death.
She was a 1986 graduate of Thomasville High School. She attended Patrick Henry Junior College. She worked in the security business working at the Thomasville Mental Health and Rehabilitation Center, International Paper and the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department. She was also an Avon representative for over 20 years.
Funeral services were held at 12:00 noon Saturday, January 15, 2011 at Williams Temple CME Church in Thomasville with Rev. Hazel Kirksey officiating. Interment was at Givenland CME Church cemetery in Bashi.
She is survived by two sisters, Cheryl (Keenan) Martin of Thomasville and Sandra Michelle Davis of Bessemer; three brothers, Marshall Rochelle England of Huntsville, Carlis Harold (Virginia) England of Thomasville and William Stanley England of Jonesboro, Ga.; six nieces and nephews, Stephon, Keenya, Keendra, Jonathan, Santoria and Thomas; an adopted niece, Caitlynne Gaines; two uncles, Terry (Jennifer) Woods of Chattanooga, Tenn. and Jimmy Benton Thomas of Thomasville; three aunts, Laura (Enoch) Cameron of Tuscaloosa, Betty Jean Clayton of Thomasville and Evelyn Hudson of Prichard; two great aunts, Marie Evans of Enterprise and Barbara Lewis of Thomasville; devoted cousins and friends, Quanda (DeWitt) Atkins, Carey Clayton, Irish Clayton, Bill (Toni) Evans, Janet Evans Coleman, Mona Bradshaw (Tracey) Wright, Sallie U. Bradshaw, William J. Evans, Carolyn Lewis Felder, Janice (Dexter) Chapman, Emma (James) Nobles, Lillie Arnold, Sonja Thornton Smith, Arengia J. Knight, Sally J. Howard, Ray (Gloria) Madison, Priscilla Owes Clarke, the children of the late James G. Bettis and the entire Evans family.
Pallbearers were family and friends.
Flower Bearers were family and friends.
Reese Funeral Home in Thomasville directed.