Georgeina Mayes was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on January 19, 1960 to Lucile Middleton and George Stewart. As a child, Georgeina Mayes accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior. She was an active member of New Jerusalem Baptist Church where she discovered one of her many passions. She loved to sing in the choir alongside her mother and her stepfather. She took every opportunity to share her talent with the world.
She also loved to cook; spending hours in the kitchen alongside her mother and daughter. She also loved to talk on the phone. Her 5 am wake calls will be missed.
Georgeina graduated from Woodward High School. After graduating, she worked for the City of Cincinnati for five years. She then attended Southwestern College obtaining her medical assistant degree. She worked in the medical field for twenty-five plus years. Georgeina was an advocate for mental health awareness specifically bi-polar disorder which inspired her to start her business, Higher Balance where she went out into the community to share her testimony and encourage others on how to survive being bi-polar.
Georgeina Mayes was preceded in death by her brother, Kevin Mayes and her stepfather, Shedrick Middleton, Sr.
Georgeina leaves to cherish her extra ordinary memories; her children, son, Frankie (Cheeka) Mayes; daughters, La’Reina (Roy) Mayes and Anastasia (William) Daniels; six grandchildren, A’lante Porter-Mayes, Arionna O’Neal, Kaliah Smith, Jamyiah Hill, Kameron Mayes, Ray’Mone Haley, eight brothers, Adrian (Dorese) Stewart, Marty Stewart, Gregory (Donna) Stewart, Jerome Tuggle, Robert (Dorothy) Tuggle, Jerry (Doris) Middleton, Larry (Deborah) Middleton, Shedrick (Beetrel) Middleton, Jr.; eight sisters, Diamond Tuggle, Jennifer Al’Nathami, Deborah (John) Williams, Pamela (Dwight) Wilkins, Cassandra North, Deborah Long, Tonja Mayes and Lorrie Starr along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
Georgeina Mayes will remain in our hearts forever and will be truly missed.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Georgeina Mayes, please visit our floral store.