MARGO L. PRENTICE

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MARGO LYNNETTE PRENTICE  

Of Alabaster, Alabama died Monday, December 4, 2012 at the Birmingham VA Medical Center.
 
Born in Norfolk, Virginia, January 5, 1943, to Linwood A. and Lydia E. Mosley, who preceded her in death. Margo attended Norfolk Public Schools and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School; attended Norfolk State University; obtained her B.S. degree from San Francisco State University; and received her M.S. in Health Administration from Central Michigan University.
 
Her awards and honors are too numerous to list; she was particularly proud of being: honorably discharged from the United States Navy; a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; a member and Second Vice President of Alabama Chapter #1 of the Ninth and Tenth (Horse) Cavalry Association, Inc., "Buffalo Soldiers"; a member and Facilitator of the Go On Girl Book Club; a member of the Blue Star Salute Foundation, Inc.; a member of the Alabama National Cemetery Support Committee; a member of the Black Belt African American Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc.; a member of the Birmingham African American Genealogy Study Group; a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Alabaster (FPCA); a member of the Christian Women's Club, Riverchase Country Club; a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing; member of the Joy Club, FPCA; and, Cumberland Presbyterian Women's Ministry (CPWM).
 
Margo is survived by her husband, Isaac; her son, Vincent (Tameiko); her grandchildren, Kwame Prentice, Tayler Prentice and Myles Prentice; her brothers, Linwood B. Mosley and Leslie R. Mosley (Michelle); her sisters, Sandra E. McClendon (William) and Mary D. Mosley; and a host of nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.
 
The visitation will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, December 10, 2012; and the funeral service will be held at 12 Noon at First Presbyterian Church of Alabaster, 8828 Highway 119, Alabaster, AL 35007, (205) 663-3152.


Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 9, 2012
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