Gracie B. Bass was born April 25, 1939 to the late Anna Cook and John W. Taylor. She was in Marlboro County.
Gracie B. Bass attended the public schools. Later in life she went back to school and attended Adult Night School to complete her education through the twelfth grade.
Gracie B. Bass was employed at Emersion plant in Bennettsville, SC for many years, which is now called Marley.
Gracie B. Bass joined Greater St. James Church at an early age in her life, and was a faithful
woman of God over the years until her health begin to fell. She was a Sunday School teacher, Nurse Aid,
and Sung on the Senior Choir.
Gracie B. Bass lived in the home of her niece, Rev. Angela Johnson, who was her caregiver in many ways.
Gracie B. Bass was a Mother to her nieces and nephews in so many ways.
Gracie B. Bass was preceded in death by both parents Anna Cook and John W. Taylor; one brother John L. Cook; one sister Dorothy C. Townsend.
On August 15, 2020 Gracie B. Bass departed her life at McLeod Health Hospital in Cheraw, SC.
She leaves to cherish her memories her five lovely sisters: Cora Thompson, Mary Wardlaw, and Lucille Dease all of High Point, NC; Margaret Dixon and Bessie ( Tyrone) Davis both of Bennettsville, SC; two aunts: Helen Grace and Wilma, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
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