Mr. Harvey Cullens
Mr. Harvey Cullens entered eternal rest on Saturday morning, November 24, 2018 at Smith Nursing Medical
Center in Sandersville, Georgia. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 2 p.m. at the Robin Spring Baptist Church in Sandersville, Georgia. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Rev. Henry L. Tanner will officiate.
He attended Washington County Public schools. He worked for Howard Shepherd as a truck driver for several years.
Harvey was preceded in death by three brothers and one sister: Tyrone Cullens, Curtis Mitchell, Jr., Raylorn Mitchell, Ruby Mitchell and a special uncle Clayton Mitchell.
His life and legacy will be cherished forever by his wife, Brenda Cullens of Sandersville, GA; his mother, Daisy Cullens of Sandersville, GA; four children: Shawndale Cullens (Derek Johnson) of Las Vegas, NV, Cornelius Cullens of Sandersville, GA, Tabitha Cullens of Alpharetta, GA and Santana Cullens of Jacksonville, FL; 12 sisters and brothers: Donnie Mitchell of Sandersville, GA, Kenneth (Nina) Cullens of Hinesville, GA, Michael Cullens and Charles Cullens of Sandersville, GA, Annette Armstrong (Freddie) of Tennille, GA, Sharon Taylor (Wallace) of Harrison, GA, Stephanie Dunn of Sandersville, and Shapel Credle of Tennille, Annie Louise Brooks (Cornelius) of Washington DC, Shirley Mitchell, Ella Marie Mitchell and Curtis Mitchell, Jr. all of Jacksonville, FL; 12 grandchildren: Cornelia Farmer of Augusta, GA, David Cullens of Kuwait City, Kuwait, De'Ambria Marshall of Sandersville, GA, Breana Farmer of Sandersville, Shiekh Cullens of Alpharetta, GA, Makayla Cullens of Sandersville, Deasia Cullens of Jacksonville, FL, Jamia Cullens of Jacksonville, FL, Cornelius Green of Savannah, GA, Dijuan Mountain of Jacksonville, FL, Ahmad Brooks of Sandersville, GA and Morris Dixon of Sandersville; two great-grandchildren: Daveon Peacock and Drayton Marshall of Sandersville, GA; two uncles, two aunts, two sisters-in-law and one brother-in-law, host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.