ALMA — Ima Jean Yawn, age 82, of Alma passed away April 11, 2020, at Twin Oaks Nursing Home after a short illness. Mrs. Yawn was born September 19, 1937, in Bacon County to Dennie Cash Hyers and Bertie Mae Boatright Hyers. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Clarence Johnson. Mrs. Yawn was a life long member of Lee’s Chapel Baptist Church and a retired school bus driver. Survivors include her husband of 62 years, James Hollis Yawn of Alma; children, Pamela Curtis (Mike) of Hoboken and Holly Taylor (Derrick) of Alma, sisters, Nova Dean Johnson of Mershon and Brenda Herrin (Cleve) of Nahunta; grandchildren, Jeremy Curtis (Jasmine), Becky Gilliard (Jason), Halston Taylor (Haley) and Olivia Grace Taylor; and great-grandchildren, Eli, Noah, Eden, and Melody Curtis, Casey Mac Oliver, Abigail, Addiln and Ty Gilliard. A private graveside was held Tuesday, April 14 at Lee’s Chapel Church Cemetery with Rev. Greg Delk and Rev. Derrick Taylor officiating. Crosby Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements.