Maggie Eliza Oliver was born May 2, 1932, to the late Mollie and Sam Tyner in Tuskegee, Alabama. She attended Tuskegee County Schools.
Maggie confessed Christ at an early age. She joined Shiloh Church and later joined Noble Chapel CME Church and was a faithful member until her health failed. She served faithfully in the Number Choir and also served as a Missionary. She was a full-time wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Maggie was known for her anointed voice and her fervent prayers. Maggie was an excellent cook and hostess. She sang her songs with a strong voice until the end.
Maggie was a woman of excellence. She loved her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved her neighbors and the community children. She collected clothes and shoes to give out to the people in need in her community. She made sacrifices all the time for the ones she loved.
Maggie was known to be a homebody and opened her doors to the neighborhood children and took care of them as if they were her children.
Maggie was preceded in death by her husband the late Jimmie Lee Oliver and thirteen siblings.
She leaves to cherish her memory three sons: Milton (Felicia) Oliver, Ronnie Oliver, and Jimmy (Deborah) Oliver; three daughters: Cassandra (Fredrick) Collier, Kimberly (Kendrick) Foy and Charlotte Oliver Skinner (Birmingham, Alabama); two brothers: Nathaniel Tyner and Wallace Tyner (Atlanta, Georgia); one sister-in-law: Merry Dean Scott (Birmingham, Alabama); twenty-two grandchildren; twenty great-grandchildren; special niece: Ethel Dickinson; God-children: Victor and Vincent Caldwell (Birmingham, Alabama); special friends (family): The Little Family; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends
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