It is with most sincere sympathy that we formally announce the passing of Mrs. Fannie Everett. Mrs. Everett transitioned from this life on Thursday, November 19, 2020.
Fannie Mae Everett made her heavenly transition on Thursday, November 19, 2020 peacefully in her sleep at Summerhill Nursing Home, Perry, GA. She was born October 12, 1942 in Cairo, GA to the late Raymond Everett and Rhoberta Wilson Everett.
Fannie was a loving and compassionate person who always sought to help others in whatever way that she could. She took great pride in her cooking and was well known throughout the Cairo area for having the best seasoned collard greens. She held a variety of jobs during her lifetime but at the core was her fierce commitment and determination to always reach out and be a help to others. She was a true servant.
Fannie was a member of Cedar Springs Missionary AME Church where she sang in the choir and performed usher duties. She loved to travel, dress up, talk on the phone, eat at fancy restaurants and spend quality time with family and friends. One of her greatest joys was winning a pageant at Summerhill and becoming Ms. Summerhill, 2018. She was a beautiful queen and will be truly missed but the memories of her will live on forever.
Fannie leaves to cherish her memory, a devoted daughter, Michelle Everett, Macon, GA, One brother, John L. Everett Miami, FL, Three sisters, Hazel Pittman (Eugene), Marianna, FL, Betty Lee Hall (Robert), Albany, GA, Bettye Jean McClendon (Lou), Valdosta, GA, Sister-in-law Annette Everett, Miami, FL and a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and Friends.
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