Mrs. Addie Savadge
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Long Walk Home, It was a long walk home and I’m so glad that you were there when things went wrong. It was a long walk home, when I was weak there you stood encouraging me to be strong. My walk home has been quite long. So many days filled with storm but I always remembered God’s promise to never leave me along. It was a long walk home, I’ve traveled many places, Where I saw each of your loving faces, only because God was so gracious. It was a long walk home, but I’ve made it . So don’t be sad or alarmed. For I am safe in God’ everlasting arm.
Mrs. Addie Savadge was born October 23, 1917 to John Hare and Alice Key in Meridian, Mississippi. Mrs Savadge at time achieved whatever education she could have. After leaving Meridian, Mississippi ,she migrated to New York where she began her career as a seamstress and remain working as a seamstress for her entire life. Mrs. Savadge retired from Maryland Shop in 1979.
In addition to her loving daughter Leola Phillip, Mrs. Addie Savadge adopted two other children Ruby Jones, and Edgar Romney.
Mrs. Addie Savadge accepted Christ at an early age.
Mrs. Addie Savadge travel abroad and throughout the United States.
Mrs. Addie Savadges leaves to cherish her loving memories her Daughter, Leola Phillips, Ruby Jones and Edgar Romney, a host of nieces, nephews’ cousins and many other relatives and friends.