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Sadie Mae Jordan

July 20, 1938 ~ February 24, 2020 (age 81)


Mother Sadie Mae Jordan was born on July 20, 1938 in Colleton County. She was the daughter of the late Mr. Jessie Davis and Adeline Stokes Davis. She peacefully departed this earthly life surrounded by her loving family on Monday, February 24, 2020 at the Colleton Medical Center in Walterboro, South Carolina.  Home-Going Service will be held Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church, 3455 Sunrise Road,Smoaks, South Carolina.  Reverend Samuel Hanney, Pastor and Apostle Larry Brown, Eulogist.  Interment, Church Cemetery.  

She received her education in the public school system of Colleton County. Mother Sadie was a very good homemaker and she loved feeding people faithfully. She was a very humorous person and loved to make others laugh. She loved and showed love to all she encountered. Mother Sadie was a very outgoing and straight forward person. She loved God and was a praying woman of God.

She received Christ as her personal Savior at a young age and continued to serve him for over forty years. As a young woman, she joined Greater Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church in Smoaks, South Carolina under the leadership of Reverend Mack. She cooked for her pastor and his wife every Sunday. Later in her quest for learning more about the Lord, she joined Summerville Miracle Revival Center under the leadership of Apostle Larry Brown up until the Lord called her home to be with him. She served on the Missionary Board and ended on the Mother's Board as a faithful member until her health declined.

During her missionary journey, she worked with her sister Rosa Lee. They would pray and seek the Lord as to what He wanted them to do. The Lord led them into the community to work in various homes. While they were in those homes, Sadie and Rosa Lee loved to assist those that were homebound by cleaning their homes, cooking for them and providing religious services to encourage those that were without hope. Mother Sadie loved going into the community to show the love of Jesus to God's people. She found great joy in serving the Lord.

Sadie was married to the late Mr. Mack Jordan, Sr., and to this union five children was born. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jessie Davis and Adeline Stokes Davis; three brothers,  Benjamin Davis, James Davis, Sr., and Isaiah Davis; and three sisters, Carrie Mae Hallman, Ella Jean Davis and Anna Jean Bookhart.

She leaves to cherish her loving memories to her five children, her son Mr. Mack Jordan, Jr., of Smoaks, South Carolina; four daughters, Ms. Daisy J. Boyd-Guinyard of Walterboro, South Carolina, Mrs. Ruthie Cannon-Smalls (Donald Sr.), Mrs. Dorothy Cochran (Clarence), and Ms. Denise Jordan, all of Smoaks, South Carolina; nine grandchildren, Latoya Boyd, Jacquetta Cannon, Valerie Scriven, Donald Smalls, Jr., Latasha Riley, James Cochran, Jr., Jermaine Cochran, Tevernicus Mack, and Tevon Mack; fifteen great-grandchildren; three sisters, Ms. Mary Lou Black, Ms. Maggie Lee Davis of Williams, South Carolina and Ms. Rosa Lee Williams of Smoaks, Carolina; one aunt, Mrs. Redell Stokes Fields of Walterboro, South Carolina and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and caring friends.

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Funeral Service
February 29, 2020

1:00 PM
Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church
3455 Sunrise Road
Smoaks, SC 29481

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