Life Lived. A Life Celebrated. A Legacy to Honor
The Homegoing Service for Mother Edith Marie Williams
Crum June 28,1928 - September 8, 2022
Mother Crum was born Edith Marie Williams to
the late Willie Williams and Annie Williams Vaughn in June 28, 1928. Mother Crum later in life met and married Wiley Crum, Sr., January 8, 1948.
Mother Crum was a true servant of Christ with a profound sense of purpose. Together, Mother Crum was always surrounded by so many devoted friends and extended family members. They are too many to name, but her heart and arms reached so many people and their love for her is nothing but true love and devotion including the many members of the Thomasville Church Family and Alabama First Jurisdiction.
with her late husband, they believed in the Godly principals of family and community. As the the hands and feet of God they manifested this belief by feeding, clothing, and educating the least of these in their community. Mother Crum was a shining example of a Godly wife, mother, daughter, and sister having imparted this wisdom into many women through her personal teachings/lessons and authoring two books.--
Mother Edith Marie Crum is preceded in death by her husband Pastor Wiley Crum, Sr, and daughter Mary Jean Crum Barren. She leaves to Celebrate her Legacy nine children JoAnn Crum, Wiley Crum, Jr (Ida Crum), Rosalyn Crum Robinson, Henry James Crum(Darlene Crum), Elder Bruce Crum (Angela Crum), Chinester Crum Grayson(Pastor John E. Grayson), Patsy Ree Crum Bennett(Pastor Brady Bennett), Lenice Crum, Noah Dan Crum(April Crum);
Great Grand 48
Great Great Grands 14 (one diseased)
and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
There are so many that were special to Mother Crum that she thought of as daughter, close friends and mentees.
Mother Crum was always surrounded by so many devoted friends and extended family members. They are too many to name, but her heart and arms reached so many people and their love for her is nothing but true love and devotion including the many members of the Thomasville Church Family and Alabama First Jurisdiction.
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