Alice Carter Hambrick

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Alice Carter Hambrick went to be with her Lord on Monday morning, January 20, 2020 at age 104. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Heidi Hambrick Cole (Robert Cole, Sr.) in 1988 and her husband, John William Hambrick, in 1998.  She is survived by her grandsons, Robert Wayne Cole, Jr. and Cletus William Cole. She is also survived by nine great-grandchildren: Robert Cole, III (Alyssa Hawkins), Catherine Cole Charles (Jared Charles), Ryan Cole, Melanie Cole, Jessica Cole, Rhett Cole, Austin Cole, Caroline Cole, and Daniel Cole, as well as one great-great granddaughter, Makenna Martin. 

Mrs. Hambrick, “Grand Mom” to many, grew up in Hendersonville, TN. Her most recent residence was in Canton, GA. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in education. She retired after teaching twenty-five years of elementary through high school education in Virginia, Tennessee, and Georgia. She lived a very long fulfilling life and was loved by many. 

Funeral Services will take place on Sunday, January 26 at the Georgia Funeral Care Chapel, 4671 S. Main St., Acworth Georgia  30101. Visitation is 2:00-3:00pm with the service beginning at 3:00, Reverend Jeff Brooks officiating. Mrs. Hambrick will be laid to rest in the Georgia Memorial Park Cemetery, Marietta, Georgia.

5 Comments To "Alice Carter Hambrick"

Traci Carter On Jan 24 2020 at 3pm
Great Aunt Alice. I will always remember your sweet southern little girl voice. How you always told us stories of all your travels all over the world and your love of teaching. Oh how we loved you and will remember you ever so fondly. You were as sharp as a tack and I will never forget your passion and love for sports. I guess that's where I must have gotten it from. I love you and I will see you again. You great niece, Traci Carter Reply to this comment
TL Hightower On Jan 24 2020 at 3pm
We would all do well to reflect upon the long life of Grandmom, most importantly upon how she lived it. A strong faith, searching mind and fierce love for her family. That combination resulted in a life well and fully lived for over a century, while many others passed before her chasing less worthy pastimes. I need to remember that in my own life. Reply to this comment
Faris Phillips On Jan 24 2020 at 6am
I can still hear her say my name in her lilting melodic way -????Faris????, we tried to talk at least twice a year, one at Christmas time & one at her birthday time. She always remembered to send my birthday card. Her ability to remember me & all of mine always amazed me. It saddens me so for her to not be here. I believe that makes me the oldest member of this line of our family. When I was born, she came to stay with us to help take care of me. She was a legend in our family. Faris Hambrick Phillips, Niece from Lewisburg, Tennessee. Reply to this comment
Tamara Stephens On Jan 24 2020 at 6am
I’m sorry for your loss. I meet and Alice awhile ago at Brookdale in Canton. We became great friends!! I’ll sure miss her. After we left I continued to visit her I loved her very much. She was a wonderful lady. Rest my friend. Reply to this comment
Rosemary Brooks On Jan 24 2020 at 6am
Alice will be remembered by our family as a true Southern lady. Always caring, always loving. I first met Alice over 40 years ago and she has been a dear friend ever since. I always enjoyed visiting her wherever she moved to and was amazed by how she could remember events and people so well. She will be missed. Love and sympathy to the family Reply to this comment
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