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On November 5, 1965, a beautiful, bright-eyed girl was born to parents: Mary and T.O. Robinson in Jefferson Davis County. She was the baby of the bunch and her siblings allowed her to wear the title of “baby” well, which later would become her nickname, “Little Baby”. Evetter was not her given name at birth, but Everette. Her dislike for that name was her decision in changing her own name to Evetter in elementary school.
Evetter became a member of Zion Chapel COGIC as a child under the leadership of the late, Superintendent Earnest Johnson and has remained a faithful member under the current pastor, Elder David Johnson, Sr.
Evetter started working at Kroger in her teens. Later, she began a career in the laundry department at Central Mississippi Medical Center, which is now Merit Health Hospital which she excelled to a Radiologist Assistant. She then transferred to the Radiology Group, as Medical Assistant and finally to Jackson Neurosurgical Clinic as a Medical Coder/Assistant. From this career, Evetter developed a love and a desire to care for those in need. She served as a Caregiver for many years until her health begin to fail. She loved taking care of her patients which lead to many loving relationships with their families.
Preceding her in death, her parents Mary and T.O. Robinson, brothers: LeVon and Jeremiah Robinson; sisters: Rebekah Oatis, and Eula Mae Goodloe. Two best friends she loved dearly: Margaret Thornton and Martha Franklin.
She leaves to honor her life, a devoted and caring husband, Roosevelt Baldwin; Two brothers: David (Betty) Goodloe, Prentiss, MS; Lee (Jennifer) Ewing, Sr.; Three Sisters: Naomi Cotton, Grenada, MS; Violet Davis, raised as a sister, Tessiauh Oatis of Clinton, MS. Three Godchildren: Peter (Quinta) Cotton Rockford, IL, Shamus (Melissa) Robinson, and LeMonta Davis of Clinton, MS. One Stepdaughter, Tapicka (Johnny) Parker, Stepchildren that remained loyal to her: Barbara (Danny) Bolden, Shelia (Greg) Webb both of Jackson, MS, Betty Graham Minneapolis, MN, Miquita (Steven) Wallace of Adelanto, CA Three step grandchildren: Jamaiyah, Jamaree, and Morrow Parker; Extended Family: Godsisters: Audrey Greenfield, Angela (Carl) Jones Luzena Smith, Godbrothers: Charles (Teresa) Lewis and Willie Roy Mangum: Like sisters: Martha (Gene)Johnston, and Valerie Thornton; Godmothers: Mother Estella Campbell and Msn.Ollie Powell; a Host of nieces and nephews, friends, The Johnson Street Family. Special friends: Janice Woodson, Janice Davis, Mertha Washington, Jeanetta Franklin, Dean Cotton and the Zion Chapel Church Family.
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Zion Chapel Church of God in Christ
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