Eula Pearl Montfort Towns, a dedicated and faithful retired employee of Branan Towers and Moreland Ave. Baptist Church peacefully passed away on August 22, 2023, at the age of 74 in Atlanta, Georgia. Born on May 2, 1949, in Butler, Georgia, Eula's life was filled with love, compassion, and a deep commitment to her family and friends.
Eula began her professional journey at Branan Towers as a Resident Staff Assistant. Throughout her career, she displayed remarkable professionalism and dedication. Her warm smile and kind-hearted nature made her an invaluable asset to the community. Eula's genuine care for the residents she served was evident in every task she undertook.
Education played an important role in Eula's life. She attended the public schools of Taylor County, Georgia, where she cultivated a thirst for knowledge that remained with her throughout her life. Her commitment to learning set an excellent example for those around her.
Beyond her professional and educational achievements, Eula possessed a quiet and reserved demeanor that was always accompanied by a touch of humor. Her quick wit and infectious laughter brought joy to everyone fortunate enough to know her. Eula had a unique ability to brighten any room she entered with her positive energy.
In her leisure time, Eula found solace in working in her yard. Gardening became one of her greatest joys as she reveled in planting flowers and maintaining the landscape around her home. The beauty that grew from her touch reflected not only the love she poured into it but also the vibrant spirit that resided within.
Cooking was another passion that held a special place in Eula's heart. With a down-home Southern flair, she treated those closest to her with delicious meals prepared with love and care. Each bite spoke volumes about her dedication to nourishing both body and soul.
Eula was preceded in death by Parents, Walter Sr. & Eula B. Montfort, Her husband Marvin "MB" Towns, her son Antonio Towns, her sisters Ethel Sergant, JoAnn Montfort.
Eula's absence will be deeply felt by those who shared many adventures and heartfelt moments throughout their lives. As they navigate this difficult time, may they find comfort in the precious memories that will forever connect them.
She is survived by her children Rodney (Phyllis) Towns and Priscilla "Patsy" Towns, who continue to embody the love and values passed down by their remarkable mother. Her other child that she didn’t give birth to her dog name Bailee who was her ride or die. Her protector, her confidant, her all & all. She is survived by her four lovely grandchildren six great grandchildren that she adored. Sisters-in-laws: Essie Lee Towns, Mildred Towns, Mary Towns, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
Eula's siblings include Walter Montfort Jr., Elger (Claudia) Montfort, Mary (Lewis) McRae, Shirley (Larry) McCuller, Betty Smith Melvin (LaShawn) Montfort. Together, they formed an unbreakable bond of love and support for one another that will endure even in her absence.
As we bid farewell to Eula Pearl Montfort Towns, let us remember her as a beacon of light and love. Her dedication to her work, her passion for gardening, and her ability to bring joy through her delicious meals will forever be cherished. May her soul find eternal peace and may her memory live on in the hearts of all those who were fortunate enough to know and love her.