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Jessie Streeter-Lee

April 25, 1938 ~ June 26, 2020 (age 82)

Obituary

Jessie Pearl Streeter – Lee, (Sue-Gal)
Known to many that loved her "Mother". Her heart was big and made relationships with everyone she encountered. She born to Mr. Jessie Streeter and Mrs. Mary Williams-Streeter, in Midway, AL. She was the middle child of 3, and the Last, John Streeter, and Willie Ruth Streeter-Harris.


While a Child the family relocated to Montgomery, AL, in 1953. She united in Holy Matrimony to Mr. Carl Fredrick Lee Sr, and to this Union 6 children were born, In 1969 their family moved to Columbus, Ohio.

In 1972, she joined the Consolidated Missionary Baptist Church, where she remained faithful until 1980. She then moved her membership to the New Palestine Baptist Church, where Rev. Cecil Austin Served as Founder and Pastor. She served Faithfull as a Member of the Choir. At the passing of Pastor Austin, she continued to serve the Newly installed Pastor Rev. Richard Bridges, and she served him just as faithful. In 1992, Pastor Rickey C. Baker was installed as Pastor where who she served, until Pastor Baker Relocated. She then Joined Royal Kingdom Ministries, under the Leadership of Apostles Daniel and Cereda Rispress until her health declined and she made her transition into the arms of the Master
She was a well know strong gospel singer, and she was a great influence in the community in which she lived...But most of all a friend of God through Jesus Christ. very respected and highly esteemed among those who know and love her. She cared for the elderly, in the earlier years of her life. She cared for them until their time to be called to their heavenly home. One of her clients of many was Mrs. Huntington of Huntington Bank, who would not allow anyone else to care for her. There were many others that were the same way. She stayed getting schooling. She was very smart, classy, a woman full of wisdom and a great business sense.


Mother went on to finish her high school years in her late 40’s and started driving 18 Wheelers at 50 and continued driving the USA until her mom got ill and she came off the road to take care of her until her time to go on to Glory. Yes, she was a strong woman and left a legacy of contributing to the running and supplying the United States with provisions. How would our country function without truckers?


She was proceeded in death by: Parents- Mr. Jessie Streeter & Mrs. Mary Williams-Streeter, Husband – Mr. Carl Fredrick Lee Sr., Special Friend – Mr. Roland Flannigan, and Grandson, Mr. Anthony Carl Lee.

She leaves to rejoice her homegoing her 6 Children, Fletter (Joseph) McBroom, Carolyn Lee-Brown- Scott, Mary Lee, Carl Fredrick Lee Jr. (Tracy), Abby Lee-Kamara, (Mohammad), LaHaley Ruth Lee- White (Mark). 13 Grand Children, 27 Great Grandchildren, 6 Great-Great Grandchildren, Best Friends: Minister Marie Croom, Sis. Joyce Bridges, Sis. Shirley Davis, A host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins & Friends.

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Services

Visitation
Saturday
July 4, 2020

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Greater Glory Ministries
487 N. Champion Avenue
Columbus, OH 43207

Funeral Service
Saturday
July 4, 2020

11:00 AM
Greater Glory Ministries
487 N. Champion Avenue
Columbus, OH 43207

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