Lawsie M. Gore
February 21, 1928 – September 11, 2020
Mrs. Lawsie Mae (Powe) Gore, 92, passed Friday, September 11, 2020 at her home. Lawsie was born in Buckatunna, MS, to the late Willie Fred Sr. and Eliza (Pilot) Powe. She was the wife of the late Rev. Willie W. Gore who pastored Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church for over thirteen years. She had been a resident of Mobile, AL since she was thirteen. Lawsie was self-employed as a beautician for sixty-two years. She graduated Dunbar High School, year 1946. Lawsie accepted Christ as a teenager and later joined Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church where she served as a Matron, she was treasurer for Susan Matthew Circle, the Lawsie Gore Circle was named in her honor. She served as a Sunday school teacher and also taught the Lelia Frazier Class. She was chairman of the Deaconess' Board and she was also a member of the Mother Board. Lawsie leaves to celebrate her memory and rejoice her home going one son, Dea. Alfred (Barbara) Gore of Mobile, AL; four granddaughters, Tallaisha (Duane) Maull of Daphne, AL, Jenean (DeMarco) Sheridan of Hoover, AL, Adrienne (Lemar) Gray of Tuscaloosa, AL, and Connie Jackson; six grands, Kendall Maull, Delaney and DeMarco "Deuce" Sheridan, Laila, Nadia, Aidan Gray. Lawie is survived by sisters Lola Francisco, Minnie Thomas, and Mary Jackson, all of Chicago, IL; two sisters-in-law, Macie Gore of Atlanta, GA, Lucy (Willie) Merrill, Buffalo, NY; one brother-in-law Richard (Diane) Gore of Michigan City, IN; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
A private church service will be held on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 11 a.m. at Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church. The family requests that respects be paid on the online register book, by phone, or by email due to the Covid-19 pandemic, out of concern for the friends Lawsie held so dear.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Lawsie M. Gore
September 21, 2020
Offering sincere prayers and condolences to the family. Lawsie and I became lifelong friends when we were teenagers. You knew that she was a child of God by the life she lived. She was the Matron of Honor in my wedding. She was the beautician for me and my daughters until we relocated to another state. I had the joy of speaking with her by phone a week or two before she transitioned. I am so glad that God blessed us with that opportunity. Our loss is heaven’s gain. She will be truly missed.
Sandra Smith Sawyer
September 20, 2020
Alfred Barbara and family
I wanted to express my sincere condolences to you and your family.
Ms Lawsie was such beautiful lady she always had a smile that made you feel so warm. A quite woman with a genuine sweet spirit. I am grateful that God allowed me to know her.
I am praying for God's comfort and peace to be with you and your family.
Sheila Freeman Colvin
September 19, 2020
Miss Lawsie Mae, as I affectionately called her, was the best beautician ever, and a faithful woman of God. Even after we relocated to another state, when we knew we were coming home to visit, we saved our hair appointments for Miss Lawsie Mae. She had a sweet spirit and a beautiful smile. Very patient; very kind. Heaven has another angel. RIP. Prayers and condolences to Alfred and the rest of the family.
September 18, 2020
Sis Gore was a quite and meek woman , whose Christian life spoke loud and clear Of her love and belief in God . She will be forever missed !
With sincere sympathy to her family
Deacon Kenneth and Gail Luker and Family
September 16, 2020
My condolences to the Gore Family, wonderful memories will never be forgotten.
Psalms 46:1 God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.