Eulogistic service of Mrs. Thelma Diggs McCain, Sunday, October 5, 1986, 4:30 p.m., Mount Canaan Baptist Church, Trenton, South Carolina, Rev. G. L. Brightharp, pastor, Rev. Andrew Johnson, officiating

EULOGISTIC SERVICE of
MRS. THELMA DIGGS McCAIN
Sunday, October 5, 1986 - 4:30 P.M. MOUNT CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Trenton, South Carolina
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Rev. G. L. Brightharp, Pastor Rev. Andrew Johnson, Officiating

** OBITUARY **
Mrs. Thelma Diggs McCain, daughter of Mrs. M ary Curry Diggs and the late Mr. Harry Diggs was born September 20,1945 and departed this life October 2, 1986 at Humana Hospital, Augusta, Ga.
At an early age she was converted and baptized at the First Mount Moriah Baptist Church of Augusta, Georgia. She was an active member of the Union Sons and Daughters Society, Mount Canaan Society and Federation of the Blind. She was a faithful License Practical Nurse until she lost her sight.
She was united in wedlock to Mr. Odell McCain, Sr., on February 25, 1965. To this union two children were born.
She leaves to cherish her memory, a devoted husband, Mr. Odell McCain, Sr.; a daughter, Felicia Deloris McCain and a son, Odell McCain, Jr. all of Trenton, South Carolina; her mother, Mrs. Mary Curry Diggs of Augusta, Georgia; four sisters, Mrs. Rosa D. Lovett of Trenton, South Carolina, Mrs. Mae (Daisy) D. Abram of Augusta, Georgia, Mrs. Sarah D. James of Deer Park, New York, and Mrs. Ruth D. Bostic of Amityville, New York; two brothers, Mr. John A. Diggs and Mr. Charlie H. Diggs of Augusta, Georgia; five aunts, Mrs. Hester C. Banks of Camden, New Jersey, Mrs. Addie C. Elmore of Hempstead, New York, Mrs. Estella C. Johnson of Augusta, Georgia, Mrs. Frances D. King of Knoxville, Tenn. and Mrs. Sarah D. Doby; four uncles, Mr. Aaron Curry of Phila. Pa., Mr. Charlie Curry of Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Emmanuel Curry of Trenton, South Carolina and Mr. James Diggs of Augusta, Georgia; one great aunt, Mrs. Annie Diggs, Augusta, Georgia; father-in-law, Rev. W . H. McCain; mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary R. McCain; nine sisters-in-law; nine brothers-in-law; one goddaughter, Monica McCain and a host of nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends.

** O RD ER OF S E R V IC E * *

PRESIDING ...............................................

PROCESSIONAL

HYM N ......................................................

S C R IP T U R E .............................................. . . Lie. John R. Brightharp

PR A Y ER ....................................................

REMARKS:(Limited three minutes please) As A Church Member - Dea. Clarence Ruffin As A Neighbor & Friend - Sis. Hazel Langford

SOLO .........................................................

Mt. Moriah Choir

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & O B IT U A R Y .........................................

EU LO G Y ..................................................

RECESSIONAL

IN TERM EN T

Church Cemetery

** A C T IV E P A L L B E A R E R S **

James Lovett Bishop Jennings Robert Freeman

Yancy Mance Willie J. Turner
John Janks

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" H O N O RARY P A L L B E A R E R S ** Deacons of First Mount Moriah ************

** FLO W ER B E A R E R S **
Ushers of First Mount Moriah and Mt. Canaan
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TRIBUTE
Why do we mourn departed friends, Or shake at death's alarm?
" Tis but the voice that Jesus sends To call them to his arms.
This is just another soldier gone To get the great reward. She fought the fight, She kept the faith,
A n d now she has gone home to God.
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** A C K N O W LE D G E M EN T **
The family wishes to acknowledge all acts of kindness shown during their time of sorrow.
Services Entrusted To:
LIBERTY MORTUARY North Augusta, South Carolina
279-0026

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