Sadie-Bragg-Obituary

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Sadie Chavis Bragg

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Sadie and I served on the NYSMATYC board together and in AMATYC. I counted her as a true friend and colleague. I could always rely on her for an honest and educated opinion and she was always open to hear all sides of an issue. The Math community and I will miss her.

Sadie was a wonderful woman who did so much to further Mathematics Education. She will be missed.

I am very sad to learn that such a great supporter of mathematics education at two-year colleges has left us. She was kind, passionate, and a strong supporter of quality teaching. She was kind to me, a new comer to her beloved AMATYC. Such a great example; I remember her with affection and profound respect for her legacy
My sincerest condolences to her family, of which she was very proud.

I am deeply in remorse upon hearing of Sadie's death. She was a gifted, intelligent, and sensitive woman. I am both privileged and blessed to have her as a friend and colleague while being a member of NYSMATYC and AMATYC. My condolences to all her family.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.

Bragg fami!y,
In honor of our beloved sister, the late Dr. Janis Jones, we send you our love, prayers and sympathy. Janis and Sadie were great friends and colleagues. We believe Janis welcomed Sadie into heaven. May God bless you all.
Earlene, Gregory Jones and Bernice Morris

Dear Alvin, I was involved in this magic with your mother back when you were growing up, and I am sorry to hear of her passing. She was a wonderful woman and a huge inspiration to all of us. I also have very clear memories of her love for you and her joy in everything you did. I know she will be missed by all who loved her and all who knew her. My deepest condolences.

Always will remember Sadie as a beautiful girl, young lady and intelligent beyond her years. Remember getting her first job at Guy W. Pugh's Grocery Store, working closely with her and Mary Gilliam at Metropolitan Baptist Church on Cedar Street and Halifax Street. Heartfelt Sympathy to the family.

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Mrs. Sadie Chavis Bragg was born in Petersburg, Virginia to Lonnie Chavis, Sr. and Mag Dora Battle Chavis on March 5, 1944.  As a child, Sadie attended Metropolitan Baptist Church and Peabody High School, where she was the Valedictorian.  It was at Peabody High School where Sadie met the love of...

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