- About Us
- About Us
George Jim “Bean” Ross was born to the late Jerry Ross and the late Tiny
Mae Wilson Ross on July 28, 1943 in Dooly County. His Earthly-mission
ended on June 12, 2019 at his home.
Acquiring the age of seventy five years, George (Bean), as he was
affectionately known, was educated in the Crisp County public school
system in Cordele Georgia.
After his education, Bean worked to assist his family. He worked several
jobs were he eventually found a home at Golden Peanut from which he
retired after 30 plus year of services. He was faithful worker and received
accolades throughout his career He was known for his generosity
throughout his community.
He came to know Christ in the year 1989 under the leadership of Pastor
James Wedges. He served faithfully as a deacon at Cordele Bible Baptist
until God called him home.
Though he did not have any children, he was family focused. He neglected
his education to ensure the completion of his younger sisters. He was
adored by all his nieces, nephews and adopted kin. He was proceeded in
death by his parents, one brother, and six sisters.
Bean may have left us here, but his warm smile, words of wisdom, and his
generosity will keep him close to our hearts. Left to cherish his memories
are his siblings, Leila Ross; Texanna (Willie) Grant; Lille (James)
Stembridge; Oliva Ann (Eddie) Grant all of Cordele, GA; a Godson Shaquan
Grant also of Cordele and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and many
dear friends all who morn his departure and miss him dearly.