“Blessed assurance Jesus is mine! O what a fortaste of glory divine! Heir of salvation, purchase of God, born of His Spirit, washed in His blood.” This was her story. This was her song. Praising her Savior all the day long. This was her story. This was her song. Praising her Savior all the day long. On January 15, 2022, the Angel of the Lord came to receive the mortal body of Sister Annie Mae Flood. She was ready and waiting for the Master’s call; for she had accepted the Lord Jesus Christ at an early age. Annie Mae Flood, born April 23, 1928, was the oldest
child of eleven children born to the late Harry E. Geddis and the late Luetta Hopkins Geddis in the Givhans community of Ridgeville, SC. She attended Canaan School in the Canaan community as well as the Adult Education School at Alston High, Summerville, South Carolina. She was a member of Canaan United Methodist Church where she served faithfully as
the President of the Senior Choir for over fifty-five years and was also a Class Leader. She was a member of the Pride of McDaniel Chapter Number 334 Order of the Eastern Star, Ridgeville,
South Carolina. She had several hobbies but mainly she loved fishing. Annie Mae Flood was married to the late Edward Flood and to this union one child was born, Delphine and they
adopted one child, Stanley. She was employed at the Naval Weapons Station, Goose Creek, South Carolina, and she was also employed at the Coastal Center in Ladson, South Carolina,
where she retired. Annie Mae Flood was preceded in death by her husband Edward; four brothers, James Geddis, Luther Geddis, George Geddis and Harry Geddis, Jr.; and three sisters, Sudie Bell King, Anna Rebecca Geddis, and Ruthalee Geddis. She leaves to cherish her memory, one daughter, Delphine Flood; one adopted son, Stanley Flood; two sisters, Barbara Blake and Lavern (Gregory) Harrison; one brother, Reverend Roosevelt Geddis; one sister-in-law, Ester Geddis (Leon) Wilson; three grandchildren, Quinn Flood, James T. (Jamie) Flood and Terris Flood; thirteen great grandchildren; a special caregiver, Lona Bell Smalls and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Annie Mae Flood, a lover of Hymns and Spirituals has sung her final song so “Sit Down Servant, Sit Down and Rest A little While.”
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