Mrs. Evelyn R. Abrams “Shine”
The gates of heaven opened in the early morning hours on May 11, 2020, and an angel strolled in.
Evelyn Ransom Abram was an angel on earth as well. Her work spoke for itself and she let her little light shine.
In 1932, Jesse Ransom, Sr. and Alice Annette Hunt gave birth on June 21st to their one and only child together by the name of Evelyn Ransom.
At a young age, Evelyn ‘s mother died from an illness. She was raised by her grandparents, Charlie and Burena Hunt. Her father later, remarried Reva Mae Hill and into their union nine children were born. Michael Ransom and Shirley Bias who preceded her in death, five brothers, Jesse, Jr., Stanley, Ronnie, Gary, and Timothy Ransom and two sisters, Jackie and Jeannie Ransom.
Shine had three cousins who were raised with her as sisters, Edna Ransom who preceded her in death. Irene Ruff and Burena Clark and her oldest living cousin, David Stanton. “Shine” grew up to be a small, and petite, well groomed, and high styled woman with a little touch of sponk and a stride like no other. That’s where the name “Shine” came about. Evelyn manifested her work by becoming a CNA and working private duty.
Evelyn was a nurturing person to all. She gave birth to seven children. Her first born preceded her in death, Alice Annette Williams. Those children left on earth loved and cared for her dearly, Timothy (Mildred) Duggans, Charles (Gisela) Duggans, Kathy (Jesse) Harper, Lucious (Judith) Abrams, Reva Williams, her youngest daughter Vanessa (Terrell) Cheathem; Oliver Horton (Vanessa’s father) ;has been in her life for 52 years. Evelyn has 18 grandchildren. One loving grandson that preceded her in death, Eric Kyntre’ Reynolds. Evelyn has a host of great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Shine’s 87 years of life ended fulfilled and complete because she lived every moment to the fullest.
Rest on while your little light continues to “Shine, Shine, Shine”
Services entrusted to Dawson’s Mortuary ~98 Hopgood St. Warrenton, GA.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Mrs. Evelyn Ransom Abram, please visit our floral store.