Georgiana "Georgie" Olivet LeMaster was born at OSU Wexner Medical Center on December 1, 2021 and passed away in her mama's arms on December 20, 2021. She fought hard for 19 glorious days for her chance at life.
Georgie was born at 22 weeks weighing 12 ounces and 10.34" in length. She was intricately and beautifully formed by her Creator with her daddy's nose, eyes that she worked hard to open and was ever so slightly able to peek at her parents before leaving us all, ears to hear the voices of those loving and caring for her, 10 perfect long little fingers, 10 precious toes, and arms and legs that were constantly on the move as a sign of her feisty spirit. She loved and responded being read to, holding her mama and daddy's finger for long periods at a time, and scrunching her face when less than pleased.
She jumped hurdles, defied doctors and science, and ignited the faith of hundreds of people allowing us to witness miracle after miracle in her, in the time she spent with us earth-side. She was sent to fulfill a purpose, and her purpose she has indeed accomplished. But her work has not ended in death. It will live on for decades to come and save the lives of future babies as well as the hearts and souls of grown people. While we are crushed she is no longer here with us, we know that she is victorious being cradled in the arms of Jesus.
Georgie is survived by her Daddy, Kevin LeMaster, her Mama, Brittney LeMaster, her big brother, Wesson LeMaster, her big sister, Hollis LeMaster, her Papaw, Clay (Nana Karen) Hannum, her Mamaw and Pap Darlene and Duane Sears , her Grandpa Brian LeMaster, and Nana, Connie LeMaster. She is joined together in Heaven with her great grandparents, Ron and Dee Thompson, and Larry and Shirley Hannum.
Visitations will be 12 to 1 pm on Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at the Farus Funeral Home of Duncan Falls She will be laid to rest in St. Paul Cemetery.
Job 5:9 - He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed, miracles that cannot be counted
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