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Fannie Mae (McCrimmon) Rogers
September 2, 1931 ~ September 12, 2023 (age 92) 92 Years Old
Ms. Fannie Mae (McCrimmon) Rogers, age 92, of Vass, NC entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, September 7, 2023, at her residence.
Fannie Mae Rogers was born on September 2, 1931, in Pinehurst, NC, to mother, Theodore and Beaulah McLeod and father, Elijah McArthur. Our dear Mother passed away peacefully in her sleep on Tuesday September 12, 2023, at 2:15 pm in her home.
Fannie was a life-long member of Frye’s Chapel. She served as the financial secretary and was a member of the senior choir until her health declined. She was an avid fundraiser for church programs and the chair-person of the first Women’s Day Program. Sister Fannie was a prayer warrior and would always say to her children, “Say your prayers good.” She was truly a true believer and was fulfilled in her spiritual life.
Fannie was employed by Mack’s Variety in retail in Aberdeen NC for 10 years and by Sandhills Community Action Program (SCAP) until her retirement. In the sixties, Fannie was very active in the NAACP membership drive, where she signed up hundreds of new members. Fannie enjoyed embroidery in her leisure time.
She leaves to cherish her memory daughters, Cynthia Jeffers (Jack) of New York, NY, and Elaine Rogers of the home; son, Carl Jamison of Carthage NC; granddaughter, Raehlyn Jamison of the home; her great granddaughters, Mila Jamison and Malani Rogers of the home; sisters, Annie Rogers of Vass NC and Mary Rogers of Vass NC; sister-in-law, Elsie J. McLeod of Cameron, NC; and a host of nieces and nephews, relatives and friends.
“Thank the Lord I’m still here” was her favorite response when asked how she was doing and yes Fannie, you will always remain “still here” in our hearts.
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