Barnie-McGee-Obituary

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Barnie A. McGee

JACKSON, Mississippi

Nov 29, 1933 – Sep 29, 2020 (Age 86)

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BORN
November 29, 1933
DIED
September 29, 2020
AGE
86
LOCATION
JACKSON, Mississippi

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JACKSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICE Obituary

Barnie A. McGee, 86, of Jackson, MS, died September 29, 2020, at Jackson, MS. She was born November 29, 1933.



As a result of the State of Mississippi social distancing mandate We, Jackson Memorial Funeral Service, and the families that we are servicing are enforcing the proper social distancing measures. Anyone that is in attendance of Funeral Services are required to adhere to the rules of social distancing which are to have a 6ft. distance between individuals; the maximum amount of individual(s) are that of 10 people indoors and 20 people outdoors; the wearing of face covers at ALL times. We ask that upon the entrance into Jackson Memorial Funeral Service and/or attendance of visitation, any services whether it be Traditional, Memorial, or Graveside service handled by our firm.

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I will truly miss our wonderful conversations! You was a Phenomenal woman who touched everyone. You will missed by the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Alpha Delta Zeta Chapter. Rest on my sister!

I will miss you. Thank you for your wisdom and believing in me! We will miss you in Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated! You taught us to "Move Expeditiously." Rest Well!

Mrs. McGee was some kind of Phenomenal Lady with Class. Sweet Sleep Dear Neighbor.

Mrs. McGee was an educator. She was involved in religious and civic activities. We extend sympathy to the family and keep you in our prayers.

Mrs. McGee was a serious, talented, proud black woman whose many skills consistently served others. She was even fruitful in her old age and was more like the Proverbs 31 woman than many I have known. She did life her way and left no stones unturned. We admired how she lived- focused, directed, fruitful. I know she is resting in peace with no regrets and that her works will praise her in the gates. God bless her family.

Our prayers are with you.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Incorporated