Angela Denise Grace departed this earthly life at the age of 44, on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at High Point Regional Hospital. God sent his angels from Heaven to ease her pain and suffering.
Angela “Angie” as she was affectionately known to family and friends, was born May6, 1970 in High Point, NC, a daughter of Sam B. Eaddy and the late Mary Frances Sellers Grace. Angie resided in High Point all of her life and attended the Guilford County School System. She graduated from High Point Central High School in 1989 and was an active participant on the basketball, volleyball, track and softball teams. Angie was a full-time student at Everest University where she was pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice and set to graduate in 2015. She was a very independent and determined young lady who also had a strong work ethic throughout her entire life. She was employed in the customer service industry at an early age and worked until her health began to decline. Even then she would always find a way to do odd jobs and support herself and her family.
Angela was known as an upbeat, fun and energetic person. She was very dependable, caring, outgoing, mother, sister, grandmother, loyal friend and a FAITHFUL BELIEVER IN THE LORD. She gave her life to Christ at an early age while attending church with her mother the late Mary Frances Sellers Grace. She rededicated her life to Christ after joining The Upper Room Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Brenda Young. Angie was a faithful member and always participated in church events where she worked tirelessly to do her part even during her declining health.
Angela was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Frances Sellers Grace, brother; James “Mookie” Grace; sister, Rhonda Denise “Gail” Grace; special uncle, Johnny Sellers and step-mother, Louise “Goode” Eaddy; special friends, Carmela Givens and Octavia Reed.
While the physical presence of our precious mother, daughter, sister and grandmother will no longer be with us we give thanks to God for all the beautiful memories we have to cherish. We also thank God for life after death.
Surviving relatives left to cherish her memories include: two daughters, Aarona Craig of the home and Michelle Braswell of High Point, NC; three sons Clinton “BB” Haywood Jr., Willie “Trey” Braswell III of the home and Michael Braswell of Thomasville, NC; two sisters; Brenda Grace and special friend, (Levern Leach) of High Point, NC, Sandra Grace and fiancé (Bryan Hill) of Greensboro, NC; one brother, Charles (Treva) Grace of High Point, NC; three half-sisters, Melinda (Levern) Bethea, Sherell "Mac" Ward and Vivian Eaddy all of Bennettsville, SC; one half-brother, Samuel Rogers of Nebraska; five grandsons, Zamir Craig of the home, Clinton Haywood III, Jordan Haywood, Zakeim Cooper and Kaden Breeden all of High Point, NC; three granddaughters, Alexis Rose of Charlotte, NC, A’Laya Braswell and Marli’ Braswell of High Point, NC; four aunts, Lillie (James) Smith; Helen Grace and Lee Lytch of High Point, NC; Novella Sellers Thomas of Bennettsville, SC.; one uncle, James Sellers of Raleigh, NC; special niece, Latoya Grace of High Point, NC; special cousin, Jonathan Braddy of High Point, NC, many nieces, great nieces, nephews, great nephews, and other relatives. Fiance’ Dale Johnson of Virginia; special lifelong friends, Linda Ezekiel, Teresa Rogers, and Debra Hall.