Macon said goodbye to its first African-American female disc jockey Tuesday.
Palmira "Honey Bee" Braswell passed away last Wednesday.
Family, friends, and staples of 1950's era Macon radio filled the Greater Allen A.M.E. Church.
The ceremony included traditional singing, resolutions, and sharing of memories.
Those who knew her best commended her efforts as an educator and her love for helping children.
Others were inspired by her career in radio.
State Representative Nikki Randall shared how Braswell helped shape her career.
"She told me one time...'You know when I wanted to be a disk jockey, they said, you know women don't do that.'" Randall recollected. "And she said... 'Yes they do, and yes they will.' She told me that when I got ready to run. I never forgot it, and I'll never forget it. And I'll never forget her."
Braswell was eighty-four-years old.