“Mother Fannie Mae Davis Lewis” was born September 20, 1959 in Jackson, MS She was rasied in the St. Thomas Community. She departed her life at her home on January 4, 2020 at 8:54pm. She was sixty years old. Her parents Russell C. Davis and Maggie Bell Davis, one sister and five brothers, preceded her in death.
“Mother Fannie Mae Lewis” Married Albert L. Lewis, Sr on July 7, 1979. Celebrating forty years of marriage, they raised three beautiful children together. Fannie accepted Christ at St. Thomas M.B. Church in Bolton, MS under the leadership of Rev. H.T. Frazier in August 1970. She later joined the family at the Mt. Elizabeth M.B. Church in Bolton, MS. She was a choir member where she served; Fannie also served as a Mother on the mother board. She loved her family and church family.
“Mother Fannie Mae Lewis” Attended Lovett Elementary in Clinton MS, She also attended Bolton Attendance Center in Bolton, MS. She was a proud Alumini for Raymond High School in Raymond, MS Class of 1978. She attended Hinds Community College Nursing Allied of Jackson, MS. She was employed at Hinds County General Hospital for thirty three years as a monitor tech /CNA. She then worked fourteen years at St. Dominic Hospital as a monitor tech /CNA. She Loved her Patients.
“Mother Fannie Mae Lewis” Leaves to cherish all of her memories: A devoted husband Albert L. Lewis, Sr of Bolton, MS two daughters LaTanya( Eric) Y. Wilson of Bolton, MS Shanta( James) Lewis of San Antonio, TX, and one dedicated son Albert (Y’deeria) L. Lewis Jr of Bolton, MS. Seven special grandchildren Kyla Marshall, Tatyana Wilson, Eric Wilson, Jr, Nijah Jones, Jamari Spencer, Alasha Lewis and Jamiya Spencer. One Special Great grandbaby known as GG Baby Little Miss La’Yana Wilson. Three brothers James (Stephaine) Davis of Jackson, MS, L.V ( Alice) Davis , of Bolton, MS and Eugene ( Isabella)Davis of Bolton, MS. Four sisters Mary Sanders, of Jackson, MS Sophia Kency (John) of Salina KS, Odessa Warren of Bolton, MS and Betty (Timothy) Magee of Clinton, MS. Also a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, In- Laws and other relatives and friends.
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