Garnet Sue Justice

July 6, 1945 - November 4, 2011
Garnet Sue Justice


Garnet Sue Justice, 66, of Burgaw passed away on November 4, 2011 at her residence. Born in Muncie, Indiana, her parents were the late Ernie Plymale and Betty Epperhart Plymale. In addition to her parents she is predeceased by a son, Jackie Lee Ankrom, Jr. in 1972; husband, Azzie Justice in 2011. Garnet is survived by daughters, Melanie Brandt of Northglenn, Colorado and Rebecca Snipes and husband, Michael, of Burgaw, NC; four grandchildren, Michael Snipes, Jr., Susan Brandt, Shelby Snipes and Theodore Brandt and two great-grandchildren, Damien and Aniakien Snipes.

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  • November 08, 2011
    Michael Snipes Jr. says:
    This is so hard to write about. Grams i will miss you so much. If there was anyone to just let me know the truth it was you no matter how i would feel about it. You would always be there to here me rant and tell me to grow up and let me know how much you loved me. I can't wait for the day i get to see you again. I will never let the boys forget you. I love you so much. yours always michael

  • November 08, 2011
    Donita Raypholtz says:
    I am deeply sorry for your family I miss her she touched my life when I was married to her brother Ernie and was always welcomed me into the family love her dearly. Garnet was a very wonderful Lady. miss you. love you all Donita

  • November 12, 2011
    Toni Grantham says:
    All my prayers go out to the family members in this time of loss. God Bless all of you. Mama Justice will be missed.

  • November 09, 2011
    Theodore Brandt says:
    Although I was never really close to her, I know grandmother loved me; This love shall forever be remembered and cherished.

  • November 15, 2011
    Theresa Moffitt says:
    Aunt Garnet, I’m not sure how to put all my thoughts into a cohesive paragraph so hopefully you’ll forgive some rambling from your California niece. You always had the most joyful laugh, getting you, Mom and Aunt Bea in the same room had the same effect it does on my siblings, IQs lowered and laughter ensued. Thank you for all those years of playing go-between me and my family, you weren’t long distance to call so you were my lifeline to my family when times were tough and a long distance phone call too much to pay. I remember spending hours in your shop, I believe I was there to “Help” but always managed to find something I could not live without. Still have the carousel horse music box I found there on my mantle one of the few knickknacks that made the cut all those years ago for the move west. I remember your wedding to Uncle Azzie, first bride I’d seen get married in jeans (or perhaps that was the reception, been a few years and memory not what it used to be) and remembering that was the best idea EVER! I wish you were still here, but do know you are with loved ones and no longer in pain. Say Hi to Grandma and Grandpa for me, love you lots. ~ Theresa