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Ola Mae Dulin Ijames was called from her earthly home on May 23, 2013 after a courageous battle with an extended illness.
Born January 08, 1945 to the late Annie Dulin VanEaton, she was educated in the Davie County School System. She served many years in the food service industry and later as a personal care assistant for individuals who were ill. She was a member of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, NC.
Ola Mae was preceded in death by her husband, Claude Calvin Ijames; her mother, Annie VanEaton; three sisters, Barbara “Ann” Bohannon and Emma Hall of Mocksville and Pearline “Red” Williams of Florida; and, two brothers, Nathaniel “Nate” Dulin of Salisbury and James “Bubba” Hall of High Point.
Left to cherish her memories are her three children, Debbie (Daniel) Brown, Michael (Mary) Ijames, and Paula Ijames of Mocksville; foster son, James (Jennie) Greene of Mocksville; two special nieces, Pamela (Bryan) Duncan of Salisbury and Gail Bohannon of Mocksville; four sisters, Thelma VanEaton, Josephine (James) Ijames, and Mildred (William) Kemp of Mocksville, and Mary Rowe of New York; three brothers, John Dulin of Mocksville, William “Pete” Hall of Kernersville, and John Hall of New York; seven grandchildren, ShaLonda (Brandon) Gentry, ShaNicka Brown, Larry “TJ” Dillard, Jalen Ijames, and Jalyn Greene of Mocksville; “DJ” and Kalil Duncan of Salisbury; two great-grandchildren, Kenadi and Makenzie Gentry of Mocksville; a very special friend, Annie “Reedie” Holman of Mocksville; and, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, and friends.
A memorial service will be held at 3pm on Friday, May 31, 2013 at Blaise Baptist Church, 134 Blaise Church Road, Mocksville, NC.
Carolina Cremation of Salisbury, North Carolina is assisting the Ijames family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Nona Holman says
I want to give tribute to a wonderful person Olmae Ijames. She was an incredible woman. I will miss her smile everday. I will never have a chance again to thank her for all she has done for our family. Now she is with the fathers of all being. Olmae gave us the world. She had a heart of gold. Now she is the wind beneath our wings, the sun shines on our faces. Love Holman/Mathis family…………..
Pruitt, Stockton and Deese Family says
We know it is a difficult time you are going through…But don’t loose courage…Because life moves on and time heals all wounds. As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life’s routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
Clarissa Felder says
Paula, just know we are praying for you and your family. My God be with you during this time.
Gerry & Linda Sifford/family says
Debbie, Daniel and the entire Brown family, Our prayers are with you. Time heals all pain and loneliness. Remember that God said He will never leave you nor forsake you, trust in Him, He will see you through. Love you
Mel White/Anne McMiller says
To Ola Mae’s Family:
Ola Mae will be missed by so many as she was such a caring and outgoing person. We send our love and respect on behalf of the entire Dulin clan.
debra brown. a. family says
Love. You. Olmae. You. Will. be. missed. Allways could. Call. you. when I. needed. a. friend. To. Talk. To. You. Loved. The word I. Will. See. you. Later. Love. You. deb.
Mary Moss says
Ola Mae Ijames (Nanny) was such an amazing person. Nanny was fill with so much love and warmth that she made you forget about your hurt, your pain, and your problems. A wonderful person has gone on to a higher power. I love you and miss you Nanny.
John & Carmen Leach says
Our deepest sympathy is felt for the family of Ola Mae. She is a beautiful spirit that is with our Savior now. Waiting for us to meet her and all our family and friends. We’ll all get together again. Just know that we are sharing in your loss. God is in control.