Julia Jean Fletcher George was born August 13, 1927 to Eugene and Vettrix Fletcher in Atkins, Arkansas (Happy Bend).
She completed education at Menifee High School.
She accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age with the Pilgrim Rest #2 and Happy Bend Arkansas.
Julia was united in Holy Matrimony to Riley N. George, Sr. On June 10, 1946. To this union eight children were born. They moved to Kansas City Missouri and joined Sunrise Baptist Church where she was a member for over fifty-six years, serving as a Deaconess, Women Mission Department, and Choir. In 2002 she continued her Christian work at Olive Branch Missionary Baptist Church until her health failed.
She was proceeded in death by her parents, daughter, Lila Ann Wallace; son, Riley N. George, Jr.; sons-in-law, Raymond Feaster, Sr., Hans Breedlove, Ben Wallace, Sr. grandson, Ben Wallace, Jr.; sisters; Velma Tomlin, Helen Conway, Charlene Mac and Lee Ester Upshaw, brothers, Otha Fletcher, Tulsa Fletcher, Felton Fletcher, Lewis Fletcher and Lloyd Fletcher.
Julie Jean Fletcher George leaves to cherish loving memories with her two sisters, Gladys Grayson and Yvonne Fletcher both of San Francisco, California; six children: Jealdine Breedlove of Kansas City, Kansas, Geneva Feaster of Kansas City, Missouri, Cynthia Spencer (Russell, Sr.) of Kansas City, Missouri, Gary George of Grandview, Missouri, Zelodia Riley (Edmund Riley) of Kansas City, Missouri and Andrea Denham (Keith) of Kansas City, Kansas;
nine grandchildren; twenty great-grandchildren; ten great-great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews; and a very special Caregiver, Christine Jones who adopted her as “Grandma”.
Funeral Service for Julia Jean Fletcher George will be Saturday, September 1, 10:00 a.m. at Olive Branch Missionary Baptist Church, 915 E. 59th Street.
Visitation will be from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. at the Church.
Interment, Forest Hill Cemetery.