Devin Lavender Death – Devin Lavender, the Little Miss Georgia Sweet Potato and Miss Irwin County Teen has passed away suddenly. Devin Nicole Griffin Lavender of Ocilla was announced dead on Thursday, the 30th of March 2023. She died in Tifton, Georgia at the young age of 31. There was no cause of death reported for Devin Lavender at the time of this publication.
Devin Lavender biography
Devin Nicole Griffin Lavender was born June 30, 1991, in Tifton, Georgia, to Sandy Griffin and Tonya Lynn Griffin. She graduated from Irwin County High School in 2009 and was a cheerleader for the Red Hots Competition and a Mat Girl. Devin liked appearing in beauty pageants. She was Little Miss Georgia Sweet Potato and Miss Irwin County Teen. She also went to Abraham Baldwin College for Agriculture.
Her greatest joy, her son Judd Lavender, carries on her most amazing traits. Devin was an Ocilla United Methodist Church member. She had a strong will and a quick mind, but many people would say that her big heart was the most memorable thing about her. Devin was always the first person to cry when something sad happened. She was the kind of person who would help others behind the scenes, without expecting anything in return. Devin was so good to Mama.
Survived & preceded in death by
She is survived by her husband, Drew Lavender of Tifton; her son, Judd Cason Lavender; her mother, Tonya Lynn Griffin of Fitzgerald; her father, Sandy Griffin & Stacey of Ocilla; brothers: Reid Griffin & Andrew Brown of Macon, Cole Mixon of Ocilla and Cody Mixon & Chelsey of Ocilla; grandparents: Patricia Norris of Fitzgerald and Jimmy & Ann Thomas of Ocilla; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandparents: Myra Griffin and Arthur Griffin, Jr.
Devin Lavender obituary
Memorial services will be held at 11:00 am, Monday, April 10, 2023, at Ocilla United Methodist Church in Ocilla, Georgia, with the Rev. Jay Roberson and the Rev. Rex Johnson officiating. Interment will be private. The family will receive friends one hour before the services in the sanctuary of the church. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests those desiring to send memorials may send them to The Golden Rule, 766 Parks Road, Mauk GA 31058.
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