“A Loving life to remember”-On April 30, 2022 ,After a long illness God saw his servant
getting tired-He opened up the flow gates of Heaven and said” Thou Good and faithful
servant” , I know you are tired, Come on Home” .
On October 26, 1926, God blessed the late Elease Eaddy Graham and the late Reverend
Laury Douglas Graham with a beautiful baby girl, Daisy Bell. She attended Lake City
Colored School, Lake City, SC. She was a lifelong member and faithful member of Mt.
Clair Missionary Baptist Church. She received a plaque from Deep River Community as
the oldest person in the community. She read her bible daily and loved to knit and make
quilts. Her favorite thing was making chocolate and jelly cakes. Everyone in the
community would come by to get their cake.
She was united in marriage to the late Walker Green, Sr. Six children were born from
that union. Those who preceded her in death were her parents, her children: Charles
Green, Debra Green Cooper, Vasil Green, and several sister and brothers.
Throughout her life she worked faithfully as a caregiver for numerous people. She was
well known as the mother in the community and church.
Surviving to cherish her memory is her loving daughter, Sarah Green of Freehold, New
Jersey, two sons, Willie Green and Badi Muhammad of Brooklyn, New York. Walker
Green, Jr. Lake City, South Carolina, and Robert McClam of Scranton, South Carolina.
Ten grandchildren, Six Great Grandchildren, Six great great grand children. Four sisters:
Fannie Fulmore, Neomi Graham, Elemena Frison of Lake City, South Carolina and Lil
Graham, Fayetteville, North Carolina. Three bothers: Hosea (Ammie)Graham,
Johnsonville, South Carolina, Amos (Mary)Graham, Lake City, South Carolina and
Doublin (Wanda)Graham, Spring Lake, North Carolina. Special caregivers: Loving son,
Walker Green, Jr. and grandson Justin Green who took care of her during her illness.
Two grandson she reared as her own: Vasil Green deceased and Stanly Green of
Brooklyn, New York. Two faithful friends: Marilyn Barr Brown and Jennie Graham .
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