Fannie Mae Streeter

Fannie Mae Streeter

Mrs. Fannie Mae Streeter entered this world June 22, 1955, in Pleasant Hill, AL to the late Clarence Streeter and Annie Smith. She confessed Christ at Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church in Union Springs, AL.

Fannie attended school at Merritt Elementary in Midway, AL. She worked at The Welch Company, Bonnie Plant Farm, National Industries, and Wayne Farms. A devoted Christian, Fannie was a true servant for Christ. She attended Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church in Union Springs, AL, where she served as the president of the senior choir.

Fannie was an extraordinary woman with many talents. She loved cooking for her family and friends, singing for the Lord in the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church’s Senior Choir, and dancing with her grand- children and great grand- children.

She had a passion for collecting photos of her family members and friends. She really loved attending church and fellowshipping with her church members. She was known for her exceptional culinary skills, but most people knew her for her self-less deeds and positive energy. She had such a presence that it was difficult to not notice her.

Even when she did not feel her greatest, she was constantly concerned for others. Fannie was preceded in death by three brothers: Robert Smith I, Robert Smith II, and Robert Smith III; one sister: Velma (Odis) Streeter; and her mother-in-law: Mrs. Maggie Streeter.

On the morning of February 19, 2021, Fannie’s earthly life came to an end at Baptist East Hospital in Montgomery, AL.

She will be cherished and remembered by her spouse, James Henry Streeter and to that union they have four children: son, James Smith (Kimberly Miles), Midway AL; daughter, Jennifer (Khristopher) McLendon, Union Springs, AL; son, Madison Streeter, Montgomery AL; and daughter Dominique Streeter (Michael Blake), Montgomery AL. She will be remembered by her grand- children: Jaquez Walker, Ra’keem (Shavel) Streeter, Raquel Finney, Jakobe Smith, Jaela Smith, Jordin Smith, Noah Smith, and Layla Smith. She leaves behind her great grand- children: Armani Streeter, Amari Streeter, Taeli Slater, Ra’keem Streeter II, and Ry’lee Streeter. She has six sisters to keep her memory alive: Mattie (Bobby) Scott, Joyce Smith, Mary (Willie) Scott, Thelma Smith, Annie (Robert) Borum, and Dessa Beachem; one sister in Christ, Shirley Streeter. She has one brother, Sonny Smith who will cherish her memory. She has one brother-in-law, Hosea (Shirley) Streeter and one sister-in-law, Brenda (Fred) Cope.

She has two close friends: Kathy Holmes and Roseanna Walker. She will be missed dearly by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Visitation will be Friday, February 26, 2021 from 3-5 PM at the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church, 107 Brown Street in Union Springs, AL; Graveside service will be held on Saturday, February 27, 2021 11:00 AM at the Mason Cemetery in Union Springs, Alabama; under the direction of the caring staff of Scott’s Chapel Hill Mortuary of Dothan and Ozark, Alabama. “Because We Care”

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