December 5, 2020

Mrs. Addie Arp

Mrs. Addie Faye Bell Arp, age 97 of Sharpsburg, Georgia formerly of Franklin, Georgia passed away at the Ashley Glenn Assisted Living in Peachtree City, Georgia on Wednesday, March 6, 2013.

Funeral services for Mrs. Arp were conducted on Saturday, March 9, 2013, at 11:00 A. M. from the Unity Baptist Church in Roosterville, Georgia with Mrs. Arp’s son, Reverend Terry Arp officiating. The interment followed in the church cemetery.

Music was provided by daughter, Evelyn Hawk, and grandchildren, Angela Teal Thompson, Teresa Teal Thompson, Adam Teal, Felicia Hawk Walker, Kathy Hawk Pitts, and Lydia Teal.

Those serving as pallbearers were, Michael Teal, Mathieu Arp, Thomas Redwine, Richard Hawk, Ricky McKenzie, John Mark Arp, Christopher Mashburn, and Jeremiah Brewer.

Mrs. Arp was born in Carrollton, Georgia on July 16, 1915, the daughter of the late Mary Lenora Bivvens Bell and William Bell. Mrs. Arp was a faithful member of the Unity Baptist Church. “Miss. Addie” devoted her whole life to caring for her family. The Godly manner in which she raised her children has affected their lives, and that of all they come in contact with. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

She is survived by eight daughters, Lunelle Tuggle of Roopville, GA., Virginia Teal (Junior) also of Roopville, GA., Marion Couch of Sharpsburg, GA., Brenda Redwine of Sharpsburg, GA., Evelyn Hawk (Tommy) Sharpsburg, GA., Sharon McKenzie (Doyle) of Sharpsburg, GA., Kay Mashburn (Stanley) of Sharpsburg, GA., and Kathy Bradley (Edwin) of Franklin, GA.; three sons, Jimmy Arp of Atlanta, GA., Terry Arp (Patsy) of Fairburn, GA., and Samuel Arp of Villa Rica, GA.; two sisters, twin ,Allie Doyle, and Vannie Farr both of Villa Rica, GA.; one brother, George Bell of Great Falls, MT.; and one hundred six grandchildren, great, and great-great grandchildren.

Other than her parents she was preceded in death by her beloved husband and son, Charles Sherman Arp, Edward Arp.

The Tom Stutts and Son Funeral Home of Franklin, Georgia was in charge of arrangements.



  1. Pamela Parmer Malone says

    Mrs Arp was a wonderful Christian lady. I had the pleasure of having her for a Sunday School teacher many years ago. My mom & dad (Rev L.G. Parmer ) use to visit them quite often when I was little. I am so sorry for your loss, but Heaven just got a lil bit brighter with your mom there!

  2. Jimmy Arp says

    I thank God that Aunt Joyce chose to raise me as one of her children. I think she did a wonderful job. Her life has always been a blessing and inspiration to me. She was always there for me and her sweet precious memory will be with me until the day I see her in Heaven. I will miss seeing and talking to her, but I know she is with our Lord and that is a comfort to me. Rest in peace my dear Aunt Joyce. Love, Jimmy

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