Mrs. Marguerite Eaddy of Lawrenceville, Georgia entered into heavenly rest on Friday, July 29, 2022 after a brief illness.
She filled our life with bursts of laughter often, especially on her birthday. Marguerite was born on July 4, 1967, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Minister Flora White and the late Mr. George White, Sr.
She graduated from South Florence High School in 1985 and went on to attend Nursing School. She later joined the VA Canteen and progressively worked her way upward as Assistant Chief of Canteen Services at the Veteran Administration in Atlanta, Georgia. She retired in 2009.
Marguerite and Prophet Phillip Eaddy met through a mutual friend, and they were smitten with each other, after a courtship they married in 1991. They enjoyed nurturing and spoiling their special nieces, nephews, cousins and god children.
She had a passion for cooking and prided herself with gourmet entrees and incredible desserts.
She and her husband, along with the late Pastor Anna Reid co-founded the Church of A Solid Foundation in historic West End Atlanta, Georgia.
She was preceded in death by her father, Mr. George White, Sr; her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Martha White; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mae Gibbs; two brothers-in-love, Earle Eaddy and Robert Eaddy; four uncles, Calvin Wilson, Sr., Cleveland Hunter, Charles Jackson, Jr., and James Gibbs.Marguerite leaves to cherish her precious memories her husband of thirty years, Prophet Phillip Eaddy, of Lawrenceville, Georgia; her mother, Minister Flora White of Florence, South Carolina; one sister, Ms. Yolanda White Wooten of Windsor, Virginia; one brother, Mr. George, Jr. (Mona) White of Charlotte, North Carolina; three brothers-in-love, Mr. Victor Eaddy (Yvette) of Charlotte, North Carolina, Mr. Rubin Eaddy of Florence, South Carolina, and Mr. Kenneth (Pauletta) Eaddy of Panama City, Florida; two sisters-in-love, Aleisha Eaddy and Reverend Jackie Eaddy; seven aunts, Mrs. Reather Hunter, Ms. Juanita Scott, Mrs. Marian (Joe) Hanna, Mrs. Pontheola Wilson, Rebecca (Don) Fikes, Ms. Shirley Jackson and Anna Gibbs; one uncle, Gary (Sara) Gibbs; and a host of niece, nephews, other relatives, and friends.