Mrs. Rose Lee Cady was born October 19, 1920 in Georgia. She was the daughter of the Late George and Esterlena Welsby, Rose received her formal education in Georgia. She later moved to San Antonio, Florida where she met and made many lasting friendships. Rose accepted Jesus as her Personal Lord and Savior at a young age and joined Piney Grove Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend Dr. Willie B. Roberts. She served on the Usher Board for many years and also served as a Deaconess. Rose enjoyed life and was given longevity as she just celebrated her 101 birthday. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends while making cherished memories. She was preceded in death by her husband, Deacon Bennie Cady; two brothers, Willie and Jimmy Welsby; two sisters, Bessie Pearson and Classie Thomas; four grandchildren, Frederick Venor, Precious Lillian, Odell Douglas and Lecretia Gaynor; son-in-law, Robert Gaynor, Sr.; nephews, Melvin and George Thomas; and niece, Marie Thomas. Rose is survived by her devoted daughter, Classie Gaynor; four grandchildren, Wallace Hall, Robert Gaynor Jr. (India), Melinda Gaynor (Chris), and Rowland Gaynor (Francina); six grandchildren, Tameka Gaynor, Veronica Gaynor, Marquise Davis, Benicia Gaynor, Rashaunda Gaynor, and Jerimiah Gaynor; 21 great grandchildren, Sykhi Madison, Roderick Mack, Synecia, Mack, Marquise Davis Jr. and Symaria Davis, Jarell Goston Jayden Goston, Jamar Goston, Jamir Goston, Sarah June, Ashyia, Robert, Titus Jr. and Carl Perry, Jamarian, Jaceon, Jamiyah, Jashawn, Jakhi Newsome; special great great grand Jarelencia (Sissy) Goston and Jaquan (Peanut) Newsome; favorite nephew, Chris Roberts and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends.
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