Funeral Services for Mrs. Becky Mae Cochran will be held Monday, July 25, 2016 at 1:00 at First United Holiness Church, 324 Engram Street, Montezuma, Georgia. Burial will follow in Champ Waters Cemetery.
A time to be Born: Becky Mae Odom Cochran was born May 30, 1932 to the late Tom Odom and Georgia Bell Harris in Montezuma, Georgia.
A time for Service: Becky accepted Jesus Christ as her personal savior and joined the band of Christian believers at the Church of God by Faith.
A time for Learning: Educated in the public school system of Macon County, Becky attended the historic Flint River Farm School in Montezuma, Georgia.
A time for Love: On December 15, 1951 she was united in holy matrimony to the late Frobell Cochran Sr., and to this union they were blessed with fourteen children.
A time for Labor: After many years of dedicated service, Becky retired from Southern Frozen Foods. She was very talented; she loved reading the bible and teaching God’s word to whomever would listen. She also enjoyed cooking, writing poems, and singing.
A time to Rest: On Thursday, July 21, 2016, God lifted her from all her ailments, pains, and sorrows and granted her eternal rest.
A time to mourn: Becky had one child to precede her in death, Kirk Cochran, Sr. (Rose). Left to cherish her memories are Brenda McKenzie (Elisha), Montezuma, Georgia, Glenda Rogers (Lenorris), Oglethorpe, Georgia, Patricia Cochran, Fort Valley, Georgia, Frobell Cochran Jr. (Corine), Montezuma, Georgia, Sharon Cochran, Fort Valley, Georgia, Ferdinand Cochran, Montezuma, Georgia, Valerie Cochran, Warner Robins, Georgia, Priscilla Cochran Kaigler, Atlanta, Georgia, Daron Cochran (Charlene), Perry, Georgia, James Cochran Sr., Montezuma, Georgia, Felecia Hicks (Gabriel), Americus, Georgia, Becquetta Cochran, East Point, Georgia and Remedios Smith(Andre) Perry, Georgia; Forty-six grandchildren, and one of which she raised as her own, Tuwoski Cochran, Warner Robins, Georgia; Thirty- four great grandchildren; one sister Bernice Johnson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; four devoted cousins that were raised as siblings: Willie Mack Miller, Roosevelt Merritt of Detroit, Michigan, the late Rebecca Smith and the late Robert Odom; a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.