ALBANY -- Mrs. Terry Mae Lewis-Flemming was born on January 3, 1975 in Albany, GA to Terry Lewis Cobb and the late Homer Cobb II.

Her funeral service will be Friday 11 AM at the Albany Civic Center with Dr. Frederick Williams officiating. Interment will be in Floral Memory Gardens.

Mrs. Lewis-Flemming was educated in the public school system of Terrell County and graduated from Albany Technical College in 2009 with a degree in Criminal Justice Technology. She also attended Troy University working towards her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. At an early age Terry joined Raines Baptist Church in Terrell County and later moved her membership to Gethsemane Worship Center, under the leadership of Dr. Frederick Williams.

Terry was married on June 18, 2011 to Mr. Henry Flemming III. Terry was employed by the Albany Police Department from May 5, 2006 where she dedicated her life as a public servant. Terry touched the lives of many and was well known for her beautiful smile and charming attitude.

On Friday, October 28, 2011, God called his angel, Terry, 36 home to rest. In addition to her father, Terry was preceded in death by a sister, Lee Ann Cobb and grandparents, Homer Cobb I and Mattie C. Cobb.

She leaves to cherish her precious memories, a devoted husband Henry L. Flemming III; three loving and caring sons, Sheundrecus Lewis, Cordarrius Lunsford, Cartavious Lunsford, three step-children, Brandon T. Flemming, Kanertia D. Flemming, Kavoskie J. Bell; her mother, Terry Lewis Cobb; two sisters, Mary Cobb (James), Diane Cobb-Taylor (Tyrone); three brothers, Eddie Cobb, Johnny Cobb (Candance) Homer Cobb, III (Tia); grandparents, Deloris Jackson, Abraham Lewis; sister in law, Annester Perry; three brother in laws, James Thompson, Sr. (Shaquanta), Lewis Moore, Leon Hicks (Dana); best friend of 17 years Tangella Butler and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews cousins and friends.

There will be a candle light vigil, Thursday 7:30 PM at the Amphitheater at River Front Park.

You may sign the guestbook share your thoughts with the family of Mrs. Flemming by visiting Kimbrell-Stern's website at

Kimbrell-Stern Funeral Directors

Albany 229/883-4152


deno32 4 years ago

I didn't know u personally, but I have seen u around. Still, it doesn't make it any easier to accept. I realize that u were doing ur job, and u paid the ultimate sacrifice. Not many of us, r willing to do such a thing. I have and will always have the utmost respect for u, and I will always remember, how brave u were. I only hope that your husband ,and your boys will be able to reflect on your life and cherish the time they shared with you. 36 years, was hardly enough time to fully enjoy life.But, I just can't help but to think that this was your destiny, this was ur calling, this was what was meant for you to do, and once you fullfilled that purpose,God said, Well Done!!And he called you Home. What I also realize is that we all have a purpose to fulfill in this life, and none of us, knows, the second, the minute, nor the hour.Sometimes, we often take 'Life' for Granted, and we miss out on what is important.Ofc.Fleming,Rest Now, U have fulfilled your duty, u have made us proud!!! U have left your mark in our hearts,and we will forever be indebted to your Memory..Respectfully, Denotra


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