Germaine Shyrill Guy Flowers "Sue" was born September 21, 1947, to Pearl Guy in Franklin, Louisiana. She was blessed to be loved and raised by her grandparents Marcus and Theresa Guy. She graduated from Willow Street High School in 1964 and went on to complete two years at Grambling State University.
She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at St. Joseph Baptist Church in St. Joseph.
She met and married John Wesley Flowers and from this union, four great children were born; Michael Guy, Shelley Guy, John Flowers, and Monica Flowers. In 1976 Germaine and her family moved to Houston, Texas where she continued to work to provide from her children and family.
On Sunday, January 19th she was blessed to receive God's gift of peace, healing, and rest while being comforted by her loved ones. She has now joined her mother, Pearl Guy; grandparents, Marcus and Theresa Guy; her loving son, John Juan Flowers and her husband, John Wesley Flowers.
She leaves her example of unconditional love, hard work, commitment and friendship to those who are here to celebrate her life; her family.
Her daughters: Shelley Guy, Monica (Sean) Flowers, TaKeshia Guy, and Taylor Guy Flowers; one son-in-law, Sean Thomas; son, Michael Guy; grandchildren, Tameka Guy, Lakeshia Guy, LaTarshia Flowers, Brandon Guy, Brittany Guy, Bianca Flowers, Keithley Francis, and Jamiyah Flowers; great-grandchildren, Bre'onia, Freddie, Cameron, Katherine, Ma'Kayla, Ja'corey, Chastity, Marliegh, Neko, Cameron, Zoe, Zaliyah, Jynia, Cortlon, Dylan, Bentley, Kamille, Kaleb and Kasen; one great-great-granddaughter, Za'keria; sisters-in-law, Laura Gibson, Mollie Watson, Delores(Henry) Madison, Yvonne (Ronald) Francis all of Franklin, LA; Barbara (Kenneth) Starland of Lake Charles, LA; and Carla (Harold) Drexler of Lafayette, LA and one brother-in-law, Walter (Linda) Lightfoot.
"WELL DONE GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT"
Germaine lived a life dedicated to her family and close friends. She was affectionately known as Sue, "G", "GG", "Granny", "Big Pineapple" and Momma by her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, friends, their friends, and most everyone that she cared for. Her hands hurt, her legs ached, but her heart was filled with love that could have only been given by God.
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