Rhonda Pickens

November 10, 1957 ~ October 3, 2011

JENNINGS I have fought the good fight. I have finished the race. I have kept the faith. II Timothy 4:7 Rhonda Lynne Pickles Pickens went home to be with our Lord and Savior Monday, October 3, 2011 at 2:45 p.m. surrounded by family and friends. Visitation will be from 9:00 a.m. Thursday, October 6, 2011 until 2:00 p.m. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, October 6, 2011 in the First Baptist Church with Rev. Jerry Masters officiating. Burial will be in the Greenwood Cemetery under direction of Miguez Funeral Home. Survivors include one daughter, Alicia D. Pickens of Jennings; step-father, Thomas B. Barnett of Jennings; two brothers, Tim (Cindy) Pickens of Houston, TX and Troy (Ginger) Pickens of Lexington, SC. She was preceded in death by her mother, Patricia Breaux Barnett; one brother, Kevin Boyd Barnett and her very special friend Cindy Sittig.

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  1. Alicia, I have really enjoyed getting to know you more personally these last few days. Also, I just love Stacy and Tracy. May God be with you as you adjust to your loss in the days ahead. Still praying for you and your PawPaw.

  2. Pickles…wow there are ALOT of memories I can recall. Like for instance,when we would sit around being bored,you would say "hey,let's go to the moon!" Or when you would come over to visit Mom you would knock and come in and say "it's just me don't get excited" and then you would sit on the sofa and place a pillow on top of your head and say "is it me?" Those little moments are forever etched in my heart….you were an amazing Mother to Alicia and shes an amazing woman because of you. Tell Kevin and Aunt Pat we say hello. The last two days of your Earthly life you taught me alot without saying ONE word…but it spoke volume…R.I.P. Pickles…we love you <3

  3. Rhonda Lynne, where do I start? Stacey and I had so much fun coming to your house as kids. We would watch Wheel of Fortune and TGIF on Friday nights, while eating rainbow Pop Secret popcorn. Then, we'd go take rides uptown with Alicia in the back seat jamming to music. I'll always remember Aunt Kay (Mama) fussing at you when you stuck your car key in your ear and when you would balance the couch cushions on your head and then say, "Is it me?!" You were a wonderfulm mother to Alicia and I know I am very proud of the women that she's turned out to be. You were an amazing friend, an awesome cousin and a beautiful person to everyone. We love you, Pickles. See you on the other side. Tracy

  4. Alicia and Mr. very saddened by this…I hope Rhonda can now rest in peace from all her pain and suffering…Alicia, you were an excellent care giver to your Mom…I can tell, she raised you right!..please call if I can do anything for you

  5. Alicia… I am so grateful that I was able to be there for you and with my very dear friend during her last day. She will always be in my heart as she was such a wonderful, dear friend even though we did not see or visit often these last years. She was blessed with a wonderful daughter who took care of her until the end. May God's peace fill you during these days ahead. Love you!

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