OBITUARY

Fannie Gertrude McAfee

July 22, 1944January 5, 2021

Fannie (Faye) McAfee was born July 22, 1944, and joined Antioch Baptist Church on March 7, 2010, by way of Christian Experience with a letter from Renaissance Baptist Church, Detroit, Michigan, Reverend Edwin H. Holmes, Pastor. As an active member, she sang in the Sanctuary Choir, attended Sunday School and Bible Study.

She was also one of the coordinators of the Singles’ Ministry and remained faithful in attendance until her failing health dictated otherwise. She had a giving heart and relished cooking and sharing her dishes. Often, she was the first to ask, “What can I do?”

Before Fannie relocated to Montgomery, Alabama, she worked at the UAW International Union, in Detroit, Michigan, as a Coordinator, receiving numerous awards for her outstanding achievements.

She leaves behind to cherish her memory, daughter Pamela Towns and son, Joseph McAfee; her grandchildren, Yolanda McAfee, Jasmine Adams, Faith Towns, and Brendon Towns.

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brenda croughter

January 23, 2021

I first met Faye some 20 years ago on a Union Convention. I 'm from New Jersey and she was in Detroit at the time. We kept in touch over the years and my husband and I visited her at her home in Alabama in 2013. She was the best hostess ever! I enjoyed our talks and sharing stories and I will miss that. I called to wish her a Happy New Year and was stunned by the information that I received. Faye will always be in my heart and I send my love and condolences to her family and loved ones.

Eunice Williams

January 22, 2021

I met Faye when she first moved to Montgomery through my job . She invited my husband and I to her home for a Fish Fry. We shared many dinners together she was a gracious host and loved entertaining and was a sharing lady. Rest in Paradise Faye you will always be remembered❤️

Carla McKinney

January 21, 2021

I was Faye's secretary at the UAW-GM Royal Oak and Detroit office until her retirement. It was a pleasure working with her. She was a excellent cook and our dept. Work/Family had the best Holiday Potluck Luncheons. After her retirement, we stayed in touched with each other. My condolences to the family, she was truly a gem.

Bonnie Kelly. Reffitt

January 16, 2021

I worked with Faye in Work Family. She was a very kind and caring person. I am saddened by her loss.

ROBIN MITCHELL

January 16, 2021

Forever in my Heart you will be missed

Lula Trice

January 16, 2021

McAfee and Towns family may you find strength and comfort to help you through this time of sorrow. I will truly miss your Mom’s telephone conversations about life, children and grandchildren. Faye was a giving person. You will be missed.

Charles Shaw

January 15, 2021

I remember all the get togethers, Faye would always cook something ,gumbo, fish fry’s , she was the best hostess. She had such a giving heart. I will miss you my sister, see you in the kingdom of heaven. We will miss you, Love Charles and Lula Shaw

Greg Towns

January 14, 2021

I will always remember Faye’s giving spirit and the delicious meals she would prepare during the holidays. You will be missed. RIP.

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