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Ms. Magdaline Mary Carter
June 6, 1959 ~ January 2, 2024 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Maggie was born on Saturday, June 6, 1959 in Sumter, South Carolina to the late James and Lillie Mae Mack.
A Time to Die:
Maggie passed away in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Tuesday, January 2, 2024 surrounded by her loved ones at home.
A Time to be Educated:
Maggie was educated in the public schools of Sumter County.
A Time to Labor:
Maggie worked at several nursing homes in Sumter and the Health Department. She loved taking care of those who needed help.
A Time to Grow and Build:
Maggie accepted Christ as her Lord and savior at an early age. She attended the local churches in Sumter County, New Life Bible Church, Cherryvale Baptist Church and Jefferson Baptist Church. Maggie was always in church when the doors were open. She loved working on the Bus Ministry and Visitation Ministry. Maggie loved ministering to children and the elderly. Maggie was a gospel song writer. She had several of her songs published and recorded. Maggie’s two favorite songs were “Never Would Have Made It” by Marvin Sapp and “Won’t He Do It” by Koryn Hawthorne.
Maggie was a kind, loving and generous person, loved by all who met her. She will be dearly missed by her family and friends.
Maggie was preceded in death by her parents, James and Lillie Mae Mack; her grandmother, Rebecca Bracey; four brothers, Willie Mack, Jr., Marion Bracey, Robert Duffie and Roosevelt Mack; two sisters, Rebecca Holiday and Marie Mack Jeter; two sisters-in-law, Peggy Mack and Katherine Bracey; one brother-in-law, Charles Smith; four aunts, Annie Mae McMillian, Loretta Simmons, Hattie Clines Duffie and Julia Mack; seven uncles, Marvin Duffie, Joe Simmons, Roosevelt Simmons, Willie Mack, Holland Mack, Eddie Cook and Walter McMillian; her adoptive mother, Hattie Sessions.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories her son, Carlos Jarod Robinson, whom she shared with his parents Pamela and Canty Robinson of Sumter, South Carolina; her daughter/niece, whom she raised, Virginia Bracey of Sumter, South Carolina; two brothers, Jessie James Mack of Sumter, South Carolina and devoted brother and caretaker, Retired Master Sgt. Willie (Sharon) Mack of Fayetteville, North Carolina; two sisters, Maxine Smith of Tampa, Florida and Virginia Mack of Sumter, South Carolina; special nieces, Dawn Carter of Tampa, Florida, Linda and Shirley Bracey of Sumter, South Carolina, Tia Mack and Juicey Mack of Fayetteville, North Carolina; special nephews, Charles Martin Smith of Tampa, Florida and Deshawn Bailey of Sumter, South Carolina; one sister-in-law, Theresa Mack of Sumter, South Carolina; one brother-in-law, Joseph Holiday of Sumter, South Carolina; a dear and special devoted friend, who prayed and talked with her everyday during her courageous battle with cancer, Karen Ann Scott of Dallas, Texas and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.