Mr. Michael Monroe
Mr. Michael Arthur “Mike” Monroe, age 65, beloved husband of the late Carol Jane Bennett Monroe passed away on Wednesday morning, June 1, 2022, at the Treutlen County Health and Rehabilitation Center in Soperton.
Born in Macon, Mr. Monroe was one of five children born to the late Jack Earl Monroe and Audrey Dudley Steptoe. He grew up in Scott and was raised by his grandparents, Gladys and Cornelius Dudley. He lived his lifetime in the Scott, Adrian, Tarrytown and Soperton areas. Mr. Monroe worked at Claxton Poultry and then the Residential Construction Industry, before retiring in 2005. He had attended the Scott Baptist
Church. In addition to his wife Carol Jane Bennett Monroe; parents Jack Earl Monroe and Audrey Dudley Steptoe; and grandparents, Gladys and Cornelius Dudley, he is preceded in death by 2 brothers, Daniel Garland “Danny” Smith, Jimmy Monroe; an infant sister, Jackie Diane Monroe and a grandson, Gabriel Daniel Monroe.
Mr. Monroe is survived by his children, Michael “Arty” Monroe, Statesboro, Joshua Albert “Josh” Monroe (Khristal), Pooler, Ron Winters (Carol), Soperton, Donna Jane Winters, Tarrytown, Shirley Ann Davison, Purvis, MS; siblings, Rene Thomas, Dublin, Dianne Lord, Toomsboro, Lisa (Russ) Arpasi, Albuquerque, NM, a brother, Mark Monroe, FL; grandchildren, Ezekiel Luke Monroe, Jim Davison, Ronnie Davison, Olivia Winters, Ronald Winters, Felicia Winters, Michelle Winters, Jeremy Winters, Jamie Winters, Amanda Stafford, 18 greatgrandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 4, 2022, in the Williams Chapel of Sammons Funeral Home with Reverend Allen Green officiating. Mr. Monroe was laid to rest beside his wife in Poplar Springs Methodist Church
SAMMONS FUNERAL HOME, The Tradition