Katherine Nell Blake, 58, of Savannah, GA passed away peacefully at AdventHealth Orlando on Monday April 27th, 2020. Katherine was born to the late Eugene Carlyle Blake Sr. and Janice Clifford Beasley Blake. Kat attended and graduated from Robert W. Groves High School in Garden City Georgia and was a graduate of the class of 1982. She enjoyed Bible studies, Coloring books, Puzzles, Legos and her special interest was Donny Osmond & The Osmonds. She also loved spending time watching movies, and cartoons with her babies. Kat loved to make them laugh by blowing bubbles and playing board games. Her laughter was contiguous. Kat loved all of her nieces and nephews and was proud to be called Nana by each of them. Kat was a fighter who loved life but most of all she loved Jesus and her family. Kat is survived by Sister Vanessa Faith Blake of Valdosta, Georgia; Brother Eugene Carlyle “Skipper” Blake JR (Nancy) of Guyton, Georgia; Nieces Janice Nichole Sheffield (Davey) of Valdosta, Georgia; Danielle Cee Goodman of Guyton, Georgia; Jamenia Cleveland of Guyton, Georgia; Aunts Audrey Robinson of Bloomingdale, Georgia; Dianne DeJarnette – Jessup, Georgia; Loyua Wright of Eden, Georgia; Sharon Exum of Bloomingdale, Georgia; Uncles Buzzy Wright of Eden, Georgia; Cohen Beasley of Bloomindale, GA; Brother-in-law Thomas Howard of Guyton, Georgia and Nana’s babies – Gabriel, Nicholas, Serina, Dakota, Jonathon, Breanna, MaddiMay, TomTom. Kat was also predeceased in death by her sister Janice Eugenia Blake Howard. Kat will be sorely loved and missed by all that knew her, especially her cousins who she was extremely close too.
I wish I could've gotten to know you more!! You always were so sweet to keep up with me and my little family on Facebook. You are loved and will be greatly missed!
I wish I had more time to get to know you and maybe meet you and welcome you to our home. I know your sister loved you so much, she will always love you. I feel like I have also lost a sister. My husband and I present our condolences to your beloved sister Vanessa and to all your family.
Rest in Peace, Kat.
You will never know what you meant to me. You used to always say that you would be forever lost if something was to happen to me. You never believed me when I told you that you were the reason I could stand on two feet and did what I needed to do. I meant it when I told you that the song "You raise me up" was my song to you. You are so happy now and pain free and though I don't think I will ever go a day again without crying, I would never ask you to come back. Just promise me you will be at the gates when I arrive.
I love you! Nesscafaye
Mom (Janice Beasley Blake)
Dad (Eugene Carlyle Blake Sr)
Little Jan (Janice Eugenia Blake)
Nana (Katherine Nell Blake)