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Willie Mae Lacey

Willie Mae Lacey

October 1, 1952 - April 22, 2019

Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. <br /> Psalm 116:15 <br /> <br /> The life of Willie Mae Lacey was born into time on October 1, 1952 Mount Bayou, Mississippi, to the union of Robert Lacey and Virginia Lacey. She graduated from West Garfield Park Upper Grade Center and John Marshall High School. <br /> <br /> Willie Mae was baptized in Jesus name and filled with the gift of the Holy Ghost in 1974 at Bethel Apostolic Church, under the leadership of the late Bishop David McCollough in Chicago, Illinois. She was a God-fearing woman, who loved God's word. She had a quiet and sweet spirit. <br /> <br /> She traveled along with Bishop McCollough and the Saints of God to help support the teaching and preaching of the gospel throughout the United States and Canada. <br /> <br /> Willie Mae loved to tell her family and everyone she met about the good news that Jesus saves the upmost. She counseled many young people during her lifetime. A missionary, who loved to give of herself to support the word of God. <br /> <br /> Willie Mae came to Greater Bethlehem Healing Temple in 1994 and worked judiciously with Sis. Laurena and late sis Virginia Lacey, witnessing to souls. She was committed and endeavored to please God until death. She was faithful to Wednesday night prayer, until her health failed her at the Greater Bethlehem Healing Temple. She loved the saints of the most high God. <br /> <br /> Willie Mae Lacey went home to be with the Lord Jesus Christ on April 22, 2019. <br /> <br /> Willie Mae leaves to cherish her lovely memory in the hearts of her siblings, Mary Gibson, Johnny Lee Lacey & Robert Earl Lacey; also a host of nieces & nephews; as well as grandchildren, Jayven Edmond & Earneasha Edmond.

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Midwest Memorial Chapel

5040 south western ave, Chicago, IL

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