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Ophelia Davis Lodge

May 19, 1935 March 5, 2020
Ophelia Davis Lodge
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The family of Mrs. Ophelia D. Lodge would like to share the celebration of her transition and home going to the ancestral realm. Mrs. Ophelia reunited with her husband Mr. Morris Lodge on the morning of March 5, 2020 peacefully in her sleep.

Mrs. Lodge was born on May 19, 1935 in Bainbridge, Georgia to Mrs. Carrie Lou and March Davis.

She attended Morris Brown University and had multiple opportunities to travel and work in various locations in the United States of America including New York. Mrs. Lodge served as secretary and teacher respectively at Hutto and Bainbridge High Schools.

She was a devoted Christian and enjoyed serving God and people. She was a member of First African Baptist Church, Inc. where she was a member of the choir, served as assistant secretary, and was a member of several auxiliaries. When her mobility became challenging, she was welcomed into Wesley Chapel as if she was a member. Mrs. Lodge served as bookkeeper/treasurer for Wesley Chapel A.M.E. for several years. Mrs. Lodge’s caring nature created relationships where she was often thought of as a second mom to many.

Mrs. Ophelia’s legacy will live on in her sons: Edward and Christopher Lodge; her grandsons: Jonathan and Brandon Lodge and several great grandchildren.



The family of Mrs. Ophelia D. Lodge would like to share the celebration of her transition and home going to the ancestral realm. Mrs. Ophelia reunited with her husband Mr. Morris Lodge on the morning of March 5, 2020 peacefully in her sleep.

Mrs. Lodge was born on May 19, 1935 in Bainbridge, Georgia to Mrs. Carrie Lou and March Davis.

She attended Morris Brown University and had multiple opportunities to travel and work in various locations in the United States of America including New York. Mrs. Lodge served as secretary and teacher respectively at Hutto and Bainbridge High Schools.

She was a devoted Christian and enjoyed serving God and people. She was a member of First African Baptist Church, Inc. where she was a member of the choir, served as assistant secretary, and was a member of several auxiliaries. When her mobility became challenging, she was welcomed into Wesley Chapel as if she was a member. Mrs. Lodge served as bookkeeper/treasurer for Wesley Chapel A.M.E. for several years. Mrs. Lodge’s caring nature created relationships where she was often thought of as a second mom to many.

Mrs. Ophelia’s legacy will live on in her sons: Edward and Christopher Lodge; her grandsons: Jonathan and Brandon Lodge and several great grandchildren.




The family of Mrs. Ophelia D. Lodge would like to share the celebration of her transition and home going to the ancestral realm. Mrs. Ophelia reunited with her husband Mr. Morris Lodge on the morning of March 5, 2020 peacefully in her sleep.

Mrs. Lodge was born on May 19, 1935 in Bainbridge, Georgia to Mrs. Carrie Lou and March Davis.

She attended Morris Brown University and had multiple opportunities to travel and work in various locations in the United States of America including New York. Mrs. Lodge served as secretary and teacher respectively at Hutto and Bainbridge High Schools.

She was a devoted Christian and enjoyed serving God and people. She was a member of First African Baptist Church, Inc. where she was a member of the choir, served as assistant secretary, and was a member of several auxiliaries. When her mobility became challenging, she was welcomed into Wesley Chapel as if she was a member. Mrs. Lodge served as bookkeeper/treasurer for Wesley Chapel A.M.E. for several years. Mrs. Lodge’s caring nature created relationships where she was often thought of as a second mom to many.

Mrs. Ophelia’s legacy will live on in her sons: Edward and Christopher Lodge; her grandsons: Jonathan and Brandon Lodge and several great grandchildren.



The family of Mrs. Ophelia D. Lodge would like to share the celebration of her transition and home going to the ancestral realm. Mrs. Ophelia reunited with her husband Mr. Morris Lodge on the morning of March 5, 2020 peacefully in her sleep.

Mrs. Lodge was born on May 19, 1935 in Bainbridge, Georgia to Mrs. Carrie Lou and March Davis.

She attended Morris Brown University and had multiple opportunities to travel and work in various locations in the United States of America including New York. Mrs. Lodge served as secretary and teacher respectively at Hutto and Bainbridge High Schools.

She was a devoted Christian and enjoyed serving God and people. She was a member of First African Baptist Church, Inc. where she was a member of the choir, served as assistant secretary, and was a member of several auxiliaries. When her mobility became challenging, she was welcomed into Wesley Chapel as if she was a member. Mrs. Lodge served as bookkeeper/treasurer for Wesley Chapel A.M.E. for several years. Mrs. Lodge’s caring nature created relationships where she was often thought of as a second mom to many.

Mrs. Ophelia’s legacy will live on in her sons: Edward and Christopher Lodge; her grandsons: Jonathan and Brandon Lodge and several great grandchildren.






The family of Mrs. Ophelia D. Lodge would like to share the celebration of her transition and home going to the ancestral realm. Mrs. Ophelia reunited with her husband Mr. Morris Lodge on the morning of March 5, 2020 peacefully in her sleep.

Mrs. Lodge was born on May 19, 1935 in Bainbridge, Georgia to Mrs. Carrie Lou and March Davis.

She attended Morris Brown University and had multiple opportunities to travel and work in various locations in the United States of America including New York. Mrs. Lodge served as secretary and teacher respectively at Hutto and Bainbridge High Schools.

She was a devoted Christian and enjoyed serving God and people. She was a member of First African Baptist Church, Inc. where she was a member of the choir, served as assistant secretary, and was a member of several auxiliaries. When her mobility became challenging, she was welcomed into Wesley Chapel as if she was a member. Mrs. Lodge served as bookkeeper/treasurer for Wesley Chapel A.M.E. for several years. Mrs. Lodge’s caring nature created relationships where she was often thought of as a second mom to many.

Mrs. Ophelia’s legacy will live on in her sons: Edward and Christopher Lodge; her grandsons: Jonathan and Brandon Lodge and several great grandchildren.


The family of Mrs. Ophelia D. Lodge would like to share the celebration of her transition and home going to the ancestral realm. Mrs. Ophelia reunited with her husband Mr. Morris Lodge on the morning of March 5, 2020 peacefully in her sleep.

Mrs. Lodge was born on May 19, 1935 in Bainbridge, Georgia to Mrs. Carrie Lou and March Davis.

She attended Morris Brown University and had multiple opportunities to travel and work in various locations in the United States of America including New York. Mrs. Lodge served as secretary and teacher respectively at Hutto and Bainbridge High Schools.

She was a devoted Christian and enjoyed serving God and people. She was a member of First African Baptist Church, Inc. where she was a member of the choir, served as assistant secretary, and was a member of several auxiliaries. When her mobility became challenging, she was welcomed into Wesley Chapel as if she was a member. Mrs. Lodge served as bookkeeper/treasurer for Wesley Chapel A.M.E. for several years. Mrs. Lodge’s caring nature created relationships where she was often thought of as a second mom to many.

Mrs. Ophelia’s legacy will live on in her sons: Edward and Christopher Lodge; her grandsons: Jonathan and Brandon Lodge and several great grandchildren.

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Visitation

Wednesday

11

Mar

3:00 PM 3/11/2020 3:00:00 PM - 7:00 PM 3/11/2020 7:00:00 PM
Bruton Mortuary

635 Bruton Street
Bainbridge, GA 39819

Bruton Mortuary
635 Bruton Street Bainbridge 39819 GA
United States

Service

Thursday

12

Mar

12:00 PM 3/12/2020 12:00:00 PM
Nelson Chapel A.M.E. Church

640 Hall St.
Bainbridge, GA 39819

Nelson Chapel A.M.E. Church
640 Hall St. Bainbridge 39819 GA
United States

Cemetery Details

Location

Jonas Lobe Cemetery Final Resting Place

Carter St.
Bainbridge, GA 39819

Carter St. Bainbridge 39819 GA
United States
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