We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Hurt's Funeral Home of Eatonton
Ms. Felicia Demetrius Baker, often called Fe by those who loved and adored her, was born to her loving parents, Ms. Willie Mae Baker and Mr. Richerd Johnson on November 27, 1985, in Atlanta, GA.
Fe was an extraordinary child; from a young age, her smile, dedication, and determination would propel her forward in a career of helping others succeed. With a scholarly mind, Felicia attended North Atlanta High School and graduated in 2004 with a focus in International Studies. From there, she was determined to make a difference while working and soon returned to school at Life University in Marietta Georgia, where she graduated in 2010 with a minor in Accounting. Knowing the importance of excelling in her field, Felicia then attended Argosy University, where she later graduated with a Master of Science Degree in Psychology with a Master of Science in Public Health and Accounting.
Felicia was devoted to the ideals of fiscal responsibility, success, growth, and being a helping hand in along the way. She held vital roles as an AR Specialist, Human Resources, Office Assistant, Account Management, Collections, Customer Service, and Executive Administration. Felicia worked for several mainstream companies including Life University, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Positive Impact Atlanta, Hire Dynamics, Outcomes Health, and most recently, the Department of Veterans Health Affairs.
Having an equally devoted life to her faith, Felicia had been a member of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church since September 27, 1992, and served in the choir, youth group, Sunday school, and Children’s Chapel. In reward for her extensive work in the community and giftedness in the arts, Felicia earned the Certificate of Excellence from Morris Brown College Educational Talent Search, a Certificate of Appreciation for Youth for Christ at Ebenezer Baptist Church School, and numerous awards for her level of excellence, among them, a black belt in karate.
As a devoted vacationer in the mountains of Tennessee, our dear Felicia loved everything from Tyler Perry movies, to violin, cheerleading, and basketball. She was a renaissance lady with many talents, many gifts, and many passions.
Our dear sister departed this life on October 16, 2021 and leaves to cherish her memory: her loving sons, Justin Stewart and Omari Hollis; her adoring siblings, Barbara Morgan (John), Lisa Clemons (Gerald), Lilton Baker, Jr., Keith Johnson, Kalvin Johnson, and Shanerias Johnson; her beloved nieces and nephews, Clifford Eugene Baker, Shonta Holt-Mitchell, Dwayne Clemons (whom she loved to refer to as her twin brother), Gerrell Clemons, Cathy Holt, and DeShuan Baker; her great nieces and nephews, Elijah Holt, Christian Mitchell, Zada Clemons, and Dezmond Clemons; her adored Goddaughter, Inmani Harris; her lovely caregiver, Shica Primrose, and a host of friends, family members, and best friends. Our dear sister Felicia is preceded in death by her mother and father; she joins them now in God’s paradise.
Hurt’s Funeral Home of Eatonton is a trusted local business that gives back to its clients and community; the Hurt Family and Staff are honored to serve the family of the deceased in this time of bereavement.
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