Missionary Jessie Mae Mole entered this world on December 24, 1949, to the late Mr. Leon Williams, Sr, and the late Virginia Early Williams. She slipped away to be with the Lord, on Saturday, February 6, 2021 at Colleton County Medical Center, Walterboro, South Carolina, with her beloved husband and daughter by her side.
On February 11, 1966, she was joined in holy matrimony to Deacon Willard Mole, and to this union two children were born; a loving daughter and son, Theresa and Tracey.
At an early age, she was raised in Blunt Chapel C.M.E. Church, Varnville, South Carolina. Later, Missionary Mole was called unto Holiness, receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost and Fire; along with the baptism in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, according to Acts 2:38 in the year of 1979 at Lively Stone Temple Apostolic Faith Church, Inc., Islandton, South Carolina. She continued steadfastly in the Apostles Doctrine and Faith. She later joined True Holiness Apostolic Faith Church, Inc., under the leadership of the late Elder Mary M. Mole, the late Pastor Lula M. Haynes, Elder C.R. Singleton and now, Overseer, Elder Aaron D. Haynes. Missionary Mole served faithfully on the Mother’s Board, Board of Elders, Pastor’s Aide, Superintendent of the Sunday School, and as a Deaconess. She was truly the epitome of Holiness. She loved to sing Zion songs, play the tambourine and washboard during worship and testimony service.
Mother Jessie Mae Mole was preceded in death by her precious son, Tracey L. Mole, a sister, Jessie Lee Williams, two brothers, Clarence Williams and Deacon Ralph Smith.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories: a devoted husband, Deacon Willard Mole; a devoted daughter, Theresa Morris of Hampton, SC; five grandchildren, Brandon Morris of the home; Megan S. Morris, Trace J. Mole, Heather Farmer and Teasia Dukes; one great grandson, Brantlee Funderburg; two sisters, Bessie Mae Grimes and Shirley (Johnny) Riley, both of Varnville, SC; one brother, Leon (Patricia) Williams, Jr, of Varnville, SC; brother-in-law, O’Neal (Evangelist Georgia Mae) best friend, Mole; three sisters-in-law, Missionary Beulah Mickle of Nixville, SC, Deloris Williams and Thelma Smith, both of Varnville, SC; three aunts, Cynthia Early and Maraset Mole, both of Hampton, SC and Bernice Early of Detroit, Michigan; one adopted son, Deacon Clayso Wrice; one godson, Elder Aaron Haynes, and a special devoted friend/daughter, Jamari Ponds. And a host of nieces , nephews, other relatives and friends..
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