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Phyllis “Nonnie” Rawls Teasley

Evans, GA — Phyllis “Nonnie” Rawls Teasley, entered into rest on May 19, 2022. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald L. Teasley and her son, Gregory Teasley.

She is survived by her daughter, LeAnn Anglin (John), her sister, Betty Jenkins (Roy) and her brother, Donald Rawls (Dot). She had two grandchildren, Amanda Hartsock (Justin) and Jesse Anglin (Tiffany). She also had two great grandchildren, Oliver and Haley. She was also survived by her honorary son, Phillip Rachels. Nonnie also shared a special bond with her nieces, Jennifer White (Jim) and Stacy Arrington (Keith).

Nonnie enjoyed crocheting and was an avid reader and the best cheese biscuit maker, but her greatest joy was caring for others, spending time with her dogs and loving her family.

Nonnie was strong and dedicated. She was a faithful member of Mize Memorial United Methodist Church her whole life, where she taught Pre-K Sunday School for over 15 years. She was employed for almost 30 years at both HCCU and H&R Block, where she worked as a financial officer and tax preparer.

Nonnie followed Christ’s lead where she served others without recognition. If she loved you, she loved you unconditionally. She was also forgiving, sometimes to a fault. She sternly corrected but supported you until you got things right.

Nonnie would not have been described as outgoing or adventurous, but the life she led impacted so many. Her presence, knowledge, advice, and love will be greatly missed, but her legacy of giving and kindness will live on through her beloved family and friends.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the Chance and Hydrick Funeral Home, with Gene Hollins and Mickey Moss officiating. Interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Park.

Pallbearers will be Jesse Anglin, James White, Jacob White, Joseph White, Kale Arrington, and Justin Hartsock.

Family will receive friends and family, two hours prior to the service.

Chance and Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA 30906

8 responses to “Phyllis “Nonnie” Rawls Teasley”

  1. Phyllis was a wonderful friend of mine and When I remarried she became my husband friend and you would have thought they had known each other all their lives. She became my friends back in 1982 when she started doing my taxes after my divorce . I could talk to her about anything and the same with her talking to me . That was Phyllis so kind and sweet. May God be with her family . She will be Missed

  2. I have had the distinct pleasure of being with Nonnie off and on over the past few years and she has a shining light in my life. Her lifetime was spent guiding her family. A sweet loving person who was a backbone of her family. Rest in peace, you deserve it. I’ll miss you.

  3. Betty, LeAnn and family, you are all family to me and I share in the loss of such a wonderful sister, mother, grandmother and friend. I cherish every moment I’ve spent with Nonnie and will love her and miss her every day. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love Nancy (Robert)

  4. LeAnn,
    My love to you and your dear family in the loss of your beautiful Mother. I know how close you were; and also, how much you loved her. When we worked together at GTCU, I remember our conversations about our Mothers; and how much they meant to us. Their goodness and beautiful spirits live on in their children and grandchildren. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I know that your loss is Heaven’s gain. You will remain in my heart, thoughts and prayers in the days to come. Praying for God’s peace and comfort for you and your family.

    With love & my deepest sympathy,
    Nancy Harrison-Watson
    North Augusta, S.C.

  5. Nonni was always accepting and good to me. I enjoyed knowing her and visiting with her. She will be missed.

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