Sunday September 12, 2021, Flossie P. Jennings peacefully departed this earthly life in Holly Hill, Florida. Due to God's grace she lived to be 100 years old. Flossie was born on December 31, 1921, in Floral City, Florida to parents William and Lillie Primus. She was the second oldest of six siblings, Dr. Jay Primus, Flossie P. Jennings, Clifford Primus, Roosevelt Primus, Dr. Bobbie Primus Cotton and Dr. William Primus who is the last surviving sibling.
Flossie married Obia James Jennings on July 7, 1942, in Bunnell, Florida.
Flossie who was also known as "Flo" by family and friends, graduated from Campbell Street Highschool located in Daytona Beach, Florida. She later attended Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia for a short period. She later attended, known then as Bethune Cookman College and received her bachelor’s degree in 1973. Flossie later went on to be employed at her alma mater as a Residential Director at various women's dorms on campus where she made a long-lasting impact on a great deal of young ladies’ lives. She maintained that employment for over 30 years until she retired at the age of 75.
Flossie was preceded in death by her daughter Lillian D Jennings Sampson, and she leaves to mourn in her passing, her son Obia James Jennings and daughter in-law Karen Jennings, two granddaughters Challis Sampson Cutter and Tanisha Jennings, three grandsons Sumpter A James IV, Jordan and Austin Jennings, five great grandchildren, John, Justin and Jordan Cutter, Amoni Allen and Tiyana Aubrin, also soon to be great, great, granddaughter Myla Cutter and a host of Nieces and Nephews, Family and Friends that she truly adored.