Lauren Michelle George (“LG”) age 28 peacefully entered her eternal home on April 2, 2022. She is reunited with her maternal grandfather Charles Grady Martin, maternal grandmother Vivian Estelle Martin, paternal grandfather Charles Woodrow George and a multitude of dear friends who tragically passed before her. Lauren leaves a legacy of love and is survived by her mother and father Bennie “Ben” Charles and Kameron Michelle George, brother Charles “Colton” George, paternal grandmother “Nana” Katie Olean George, uncle Barry Martin (Dana), cousins Ashley Scott, Zachary Martin, an aunt Teresa Kines, cousins Janet McLeod (Brandon), and Billy Kines (Tanya) and a host of other family members.
Lauren was born in Birmingham, Alabama on January 15,1994. She grew up in Helena, Alabama, but as an adult she called both Florida and Alabama home. Lauren never met a person she wasn’t willing to help, especially those who have walked through the same valleys that she did. She used her life experiences to counsel others. She was a passionate lover and rescuer of animals. She always fought for the underdog and was the perfect example of empathy. Lauren was spiritual in many ways and shared her mantra “This too shall pass” with everyone. She led by example in her life, especially when she overcame serious injury and persevered to walk again. Her creativity was always on display with her many beautiful hair colors and tattoos. She was uniquely herself in every way, and boldly shared her life and story with everyone.
Lauren’s visitation will be held Thursday, April 7, 2022, from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Her funeral service will be Friday, April 8, 2022, at 10:00am with graveside to follow. Both the visitation and funeral will be at Currie- Jefferson Funeral Home in Hoover, AL. She will be laid to rest at Generys Gap Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Generys Gap Cemetery Fund. Checks can be made out to Generys Gap Cemetery and mailed to Becky Parr, 4353 S Shades Crest Rd. Bessemer, AL 35022.
“Though I walk in the midst of trouble, thou wilt revive me: thou shalt stretch forth thine hand against the wrath of mine enemies, and thy right hand shall save me. Psalms 138:7 KJV