Life's Reflections of Annie
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2 Timothy 4:7-8
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith, now in store for me, the crown of righteousness
Annie Pearl High was born March 6, 1935, in Worth County Georgia to the late Joe T. High and Ada Mae Smith High. She relocated to Florida as a young woman with 3 small children where she met and wed James “Hamp” Palmer who preceded her in death in 1982.
Annie accepted Christ at an early age. She joined Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church almost 60 years ago, under the Pastoral Leadership of Pastor T. Wilson, where she served faithfully on the Women Mission and as a dedicated member up until the day she departed.
Annie Pearl Palmer is preceded in death by her siblings: Joe T. High Jr., Ida Mae Jyles, and Mattie Mae Johnson; Her children: Dennis Fudge, Veronica Fudge and a son-in-law Bobby McMillan.
She leaves to cherish her legacy and loving memories 1 Sister: Florence Johnson: 7 children: Larry J. Fudge Sr., Harry J. Leonard Sr. (Olga) George W. Palmer Sr. (Vernestine), Gwendolyn P. McMillan, Terry G. Palmer I., Barry J. Palmer Sr. (Bobbi), Anthony D. Palmer (Nicholle)a step daughter, Lillie M. Fletcher, she raised two of her grandchildren as her own: Ben J. Smith & LaSonya Y. Smith-Hollis, 35 grandchildren and 38 great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends who will miss her dearly.
Well done My good and faithful servant, thou have been faithful over a few things...enter into thy Master’s joy.