Homegoing Services for Mrs. Henrietta Sanford McBride Wilson, Thursday, March 21, 1996, 4:00 P.M., Saint Paul A.M.E. Church, 989 Morrow Ave., Macon, GA, Interment, Woodlawn Memorial Park, "Glover Memorial Mortuary"

ACTIVE PALLBEARERS
Freddy Floyd Tommie Patterson James Spencer

John Simmons Sylvester Harden
Stephen Cotton

On The Wings OfPrayer
Just close your eyes and open your heart And feel your worries and cares depart, Just yield yourself to the Father above And let Him hold you secure in His loveFor life on earth grows more involved With endless problems that can't be solved-
But God only asks us to do our best, Then He will "Take Over" and finish the restSo when you are tired, discouraged and blue, There's always one door that is open to youAnd that is the door to "The House of Prayer" And you'll find God waiting to meet you there,

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
The family wishes to express sincere thanks and appreciation for every act of kindness shown them during the illness and passing of our loved one. May God richly bless you all.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1996 4:00 P.M.
SAINT PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH 989 MORROW AVE. MACON, GA INTERMENT
WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK

Homegoing Services for the Late
Henrietta Sanford McBride Wilson
"The Lord is my Shepherd I shall not want."
Mrs. Henrietta Sanford (McBride) Wilson departed this life March 15, 1996 after a long illness.
She was born the daughter of the late Mrs. Mittie S. Spencer. During her childhood education she attended private school in Bibb County. She attended College in New York as a young adult.
At a young age she joined St. Paul A.M.E. Church. Mter moving to New York, she joined Metropolitan A.M.E. Church, where she was a very active and dedicated servant of the Lord. She was a dedicated participant in the Gospel Choir, a special choir consisted of a group of class friends, and an avid Sunday School Teacher.
While in New York, she married the late Charles Edward Wilson. They adopted a son, James Edward Wilson. Some years later, she joined Allen A.M.E. Church in Jamaica, New York, where she continued her servitude to the Lord. She was an active member of the Gospel Celestial Pastor's Aid Club, and a Sunday School Teacher.
Her employment years included Howard's Dept. Store, Self-Employment as a Health Aide to the elderly and disabled, and a Child Care Provider. She also became a full time Foster Care Parent. She received several licenses, certificates and awards for her service in the Health Care Profession and as a Foster Care Parent from the State of New York. She has provided Day Care Services for over fifteen children and Foster Care for six children of which two of them were kept permanently until adulthood. Those two being Ronald Lewis and Rosemary Lewis (Latham).
Mter her health failed her she returned to her home in Georgia, where she resided with her sister, Eula Mae Goodrum until the Lord called her home to heaven. She leaves to cherish her memories: four children, Charlene Patterson, Chicago, Ill., James E. Wilson, Tacoma, Washington, Ronald E. Lewis, Brooklyn, N.Y. and Rosemary Latham, Corona, N.Y.; one daughter-in-law, Robin L. Wilson, Springfield Gardens, N.Y.; one son-in-law, Barry R. Latham, Corona, N.Y.; eleven grandchildren, sixChicago, Ill, Deana L. and James C. Wilson, Springfield Gardens, N.Y., three-Tacoma, Washington; a special adopted granddaughter; great granddaughter, Tonya and Tyranda Nelson, Bellerose, N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Eula Mae Goodrum and Mrs. Mildred White; one brother, Mr. Felton Spencer, Sr.; one brother-in-law, Thomas White; two sisters-in-law, Ms. Lena L. Spencer, Mrs. lola Spencer, all of Macon, GA; a host of loving and devoted nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.
Henrietta, we will all miss you.

ORDER OF SERVICE Reverend Terrence Gray, Presiding
The Prelude **The Processional (Last Glance) ....... Ministers, Pallbearers
and Family The Hymn of Comfort ................ The Choir and Congregation The Prayer of Consolation ........................ Bishop J. L. Cotton The Liturgy of the Word
Old Testament ........................................ Rev. Joe L. Hill New Testament ............................ Rev. Larry J. Lockett The Solo ........ ult's In My Heart" .............. Sis Dianne Perkins The Obituary (read silently) ..................................... Soft Music Choir Selection The Acknowledgment ................................ Mrs. Beverly Glover The Solo ........................................................ Rev. Larry Newton The Eulogy ................................................. Rev. Terrence Gray **The Hymn of Assurance .... uMy Faith Looks Up To Thee"
#415 The Recessional ...................................... Ministers, Pallbearers
and Family The Interment
** All Standing

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