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Celebrating the life of

Voncia Terrel Petty

Passed away on January 27, 2024

Voncia Terrel Petty

Voncia Terel “The Queen Diva” Petty was born to Cynthia Petty Powell and the late Deacon JB Powell on August 20,1970.

 She attended Savannah Chatham County Public School Systems and graduated from Savannah High School located on Washington Ave in 1989. She went on to further her education and to focus on her passion “baking”, she received certifications from Savannah Technical College. She received Christ at an early age, she kept the faith, she was a worshiper, Von was a God-fearing woman. She was under the leadership of Pastor Philip Ford and Pastor Jack Moon at The Southside Assembly of God Church.

Von enjoyed spending her time baking all kinds of delicious treats for her nieces, nephews, other family members, and friends. She enjoyed decorating the house for each holiday. She enjoyed traveling to Las Vegas, California, and New York to name a few. She loved watching WWE and her reality tv shows. Von was known as “The Queen Diva” because she was a fashion model to her family, she enjoyed coordinating holiday outfits with a pair of sunglasses. She loved spending time with her family and friends and making memories that would last a lifetime. 

On Saturday January 27, 2024 at the age of 53, Voncia entered eternal rest at St. Joseph/Candler hospital. Voncia was preceded in death by her father JB Powell, her maternal and paternal grandparents. She leaves to cherish her memories to a loving and devoted mother, Cynthia Powell; brothers Jb Powell III (Montressa) and Delvecchio Powell (Nature); sisters Wendy and Charmaine Powell; 3 Godchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends. 



Go rest high friend. Can't believe this been trying to call u. Sure going miss Von favorite saying checking on . Prayers and hugs to yall

- Deborah A Johnson, Hinesville, Georgia

To Wendy and family I sent my condolences. Von was a very sweet and compassionate person from the time I met her. She always sent me a gift for Christmas and I treasure the memories of her. We became friend thru her sis Wendy. I do thank God for the moment and time we was friend. God only want the best and she was the Best friend. Lenora Axon and family.

- Lenora Axon, Savannah , Georgia

A candle has been lit!

Prayers, love and deepest condolences to Ali Families.

- Mary Wright, Savannah , Ga

Sending a prayer of comfort to the family.

- Judy Bryant, Savannah, GA

I express my condolences to the Petty family. Voncia was very gentle and kind. Your loved one is at peace and no longer suffers the agony of illness. Your sorrow is felt but remember as dad would often say, “you may not get over it but you will get through it.” You will and by the Grace of God. Cherish your memories they will cause you in time, to smile. Maxine Briwn-Jones

- Maxine Jones, Pooler, Ga

She will be truly missed! She was a blessing to my daughter Raven!

- Rutasha Roberts, Savannah, GA


- MONICA Renee Jackson, SAVANNAH, GA

I'm going to miss you Von You coming to the office and we having our girl talk get your rest my girl

- Kimberly Gadson , Savannah, Ga

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel