Grave rites to honor the life of Jennie Mae Coulter are 1 p.m. Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Hickory Cemetery in the Woodford Community. She was born to A.C. and Lou (Shannon) Pickens Jan. 23, 1928. She attended the public schools in Carter County. She gave her life to Christ at an early age by uniting with Jehovah Missionary Baptist Church in Milo. She and John Coulter were united in Holy Matrimony, Jan. 17, 1967. Jennie Mae was known throughout her community for her generous spirit and delectable cooking. Affectionately known by many names, Jennie Mae was called Mother, Mother C, Ms. Jennie, Mrs. Sarge, Mama, etc. The names that brought her the most joy and greatest pride were Grandma, Granny, and Granny-Great Jennie Mae. Ms. Jennie’s quick wit and keen sense of humor always kept her family entertained.
Preceding Jennie Mae in death are her parents and her husband; daughter Wanda Johnson; son Stanley Jackson and former spouse Lynex Jackson; sisters  Fellon Pickens and Mary McCullough; brothers Leslie, Leaford, Carl and Delbert Pickens; granddaughter Crystal Turner; and great-granddaughter Charism Thompson.
Left to cherish her memory are her daughters Rayvon (John Earl) Thompson, Starla (Jesse) Richardson and Felicia Reynolds; son Wilford Don (Debra) Jackson; sisters, Vera Wright and Villian Brown; stepsons Donald (Deborah) Coulter, Ronald Coulter, Andre` (Angela) Coulter; grandchildren John (Teresa) Thompson, Gregory Thompson, Shawna (Lynn) Bell, Rashad Reese, Natalie (Damien) Keith, Troy Williams, Dion Dodd, Wilford (Arlene) Jackson, Jennifer (Cornelius) Smith, Monica Jackson, Elisa (Antoine) Adams, Tyra Richardson, Teri (Joe) Aiello, Jessie Richardson Jr., Melanie (Reggie) White, Kellie (Michael) Phea, Michael, Tonya and Ashley; a special niece Arvella Anderson, and an extended family of nephews, nieces, and cousins who loved her dearly. Condolences may be sent to