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Mrs. Cornelius Wilson Eatmon

March 1, 1942 ~ March 3, 2020 (age 78)


Submitting to the predestined will of God, our personal and funeral home family are consoling the remaining loved ones of Mrs. Cornelius Eatmon as they attempt to cope with this great loss. The Eatmon's family circle was forever changed Tuesday evening when Mrs. Cornelius quietly went to sleep in the bosom of Jesus Christ while resting at her residence in Goldsboro, NC.

The services that will honor this Virtuous Matriarch have been orchestrated by her devoted family and will begin on Saturday, March 14, 2020 between the hours of 12pm and 1pm for reflecting moments while Mrs. Eatmon lies in a peaceful state of repose in her church, Goldsboro Chapel Free Will Baptist Church, 1314 Ben Brewington Ct., Goldsboro, NC. A Triumphant Grand Finale remembering this precious jewel will commence at 1pm in the sanctuary. Following the order of divine worship in the sanctuary, Mrs. Eatmon’s delicate temple along with her adored family will be escorted to the Elmwood Cemetery for Committal Rites. One can only imagine the void Mrs. Cornelius’s family will have doing things that once involved her but all can find solace knowing that this world was simply a dressing room. Now she has received her glorious crown of righteousness and beautiful custom long white robe and she is walking the streets paved with pure gold awaiting that day when she will see all of her loved ones yet again in glory.

Priceless memories will forever be etched in the hearts of so many such as her children: Doffes Eatmon (Nerva), Phyllis D. Eatmon, Sheila Simms (Wilbert), Darryl Eatmon and Espoinisa Eatmon (Latoya); her brothers:  Richard Wilson Jr., Roy Lee Wilson and Jerry Wilson; nine grandchildren; ten great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.

The family is receiving love and encouragement through visits and calls at the residence located at 133 Scott Hills Drive, Goldsboro, NC where they will also assemble in preparation for the Prestigious Majestic Ebony Motorcade.

The Compassionate Professionals at Majestic Funeral Homes are humbled to be a part of this precious family and serve them with uncompromising dignity and love during this difficult time.

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