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Lucille Harold Ivey

November 30, 1930 ~ May 9, 2018 (age 87)

Sis. Lucille Harold Ivey answered the Master’s Call May 9, 2018 to her eternal home.  She was born November 30, 1930 to the late Bro. William Thomas Linwood Harold and Sis. Ida Lee Green Harold in Princess Anne County, VA.

During her childhood, she attended St. Joseph’s Catholic School and later Princess Anne County Training School.  After high school, Sis. Ivey worked for the Naval Operational Base (NOB) now known as the Norfolk Naval Base.  On May 4, 1953, she met and married her husband of 49 years, the late Thomas Ivey.  After moving to New Jersey in 1958 with her husband, she began working in 1959 as a hospital attendant at Essex County Hospital Center (Overbrook) where she worked for 38 years. 

Sis. Ivey enjoyed her social and community life as she was a proud member of the National Association of Colored Women.  At a very young age, she became a member of the United House of Prayer for All People in the neighborhood where she grew up called Burton Station where she also received the Holy Ghost.  During that time, she served as a mountain maid under the leadership of the founder of the United House of Prayer for All People, Sweet Daddy Grace.  She also served as a member of the Queen Board and the Harold Gospel Singers under the leadership of Daddy McCollough. While in New Jersey, Sis. Lucille Ivey attended services at the United House of Prayer for All People in Newark, New Jersey.  She often took her family in New Jersey with her to services at the House of Prayer in Newark, New Jersey.

Sis. Ivey loved reading the bible, helping people, traveling, spending time with her family, talking on the telephone, and fishing with her husband.  She had a special way of making everyone in the family feel like they were her favorite.  She was a devoted mother, grandmother, great grandmother, great-great grandmother, sister, aunt, great aunt, cousin, god sister, and friend. 

Sis. Lucille Harold Ivey leaves to cherish her memory, five children, Charlotte Riddick, Deborah Harrison (Steven), Thomasina Ivey Trott (Lionel), Sylvia Holliman and Dinah Ivey Glover (Alton); two siblings, Elder Clarence N. Harold and Joyce Harold Walton; nine grandchildren, Antonio Riddick-Kiah, Steven Harrison, Tykesha Brown (Deon), Shawn Harrison (Samantha), Shalon Mitchell-Evans (Harold), Tanisha Bellinger, Kim Holliman, Dwann Holliman (Vania) and Marcus Glover; one great-great grandson; and a host great grandchildren, other relatives, and friends.

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