Evangelist Jeannette Whosendove entered this world on August 1, 1953, in Allendale County, South Carolina to the late James and Pink Anna Whosendove. On Tuesday, February 9, 2021, she was called home to Glory from labour to reward.
Evangelist Whosendove was educated in the Allendale County public school system. She graduated from Allendale-Fairfax High School “Class of 1970”, and was an excellent basketball player.
God in his infinite wisdom summoned Evangelist Whosendove to his will, and hearing His call, she joined the United Love Christian Church, Fairfax, SC. In November 2001, she joined the New Beginning Outreach Ministry under the pastoralship of Pastor William Reese. Evangelist Whosendove was a licensed and ordained minister. She served as Assistant Pastor under the leadership of Minister William Reese and as Associate Minister under Pastor J.C. Sistrunk. Evangelist Whosendove will always be remembered for her Nursing Home Ministry.
Evangelist Whosendove was employed as a School Bus Driver for the Allendale County School System for ten years. Later, she continued her career at the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) and retired after “29” years.
She was preceded in death by her loving parents, her brother, Larry Whosendove, and her grandparents, Essie Bryant and Lemon and Matilda White.
Evangelist Whosendove leaves to cherish her memories and to mourn her departure: her loving sisters, Minister Dorothy Frederick-Stokes (Charlie) of Smoaks, SC; Patricia Y. Whosendove and Bobbie Sabb of Allendale, SC, Pamala Sabb of Brunson, SC and Shawanda Smith of North Augusta, SC; a loving brother, Bobby Frazier; sister-in-law, Angelia Whosendove of Guam, Barigada; aunts, Vivian (John) Cousin of Windsor, CT and Ivy Lee Dunbar of Allendale, SC; uncle, Anthony (Virginia) White of Hartford, CT; nieces, Annette (Willie) Frederick, Latasha Frederick-Randolph (Shasta), Aneshia Frederick and Corey (Latesha) Frederick; two loving godchildren, Trinity and Xavien Frederick; and a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, co-workers, and sympathizing friends.
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