Born March 11, 1910 at Coal River, Ala., she was a daughter of the late Dennis and Nora Lee Burris. Also preceding her in death was her husband, Johnny; maternal grandparents, Swan and Lou Woodsl; one sister, Malinda Cooper; one brother, Napoleon Burris; three grandchildren, Jimmy Guest, Rozina Guest and Kenneth Dennis, and two great-grandchildren, Monique Laster and Shawn V. Shaw
Mother McGee was a member of the Pentecostal Temple in Detroit, Mich., a licensed minister, a former treasurer, missionary and state missionary president. She started the Midwestern Missionary Choir.
Survivors include her only child, Overseer Dr. Rocine Jackson of Whitman; three grandsons, Elder Walter (Lisa) Jackson of Browns Mill, N.J., Elder Dennis (Genoa) Jackson of Mconough, Ga., and Elder George (Debbie) Scott of Huntington; six granddaughters, Sister Nora (David) Duncan, Evangelist Jacquelyn (Charles) Laster and Minister Alyce (Marcus) Sheffield, all of Detroit, Sister Eleanor Dennis and Minister Deborah ( Leroy) Shaw, both of Whitman, and Evangelist Robin (Allen) Davis of Raleigh, N.C.; 38 great-grandchildren; 75 great-great-grandchildren; nine great-great-great-grandchidren; a host of other relatives; her church family and her beloved pet, the late Curly.
A viewing and memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, November 14, at The Original Glorious Church of God in Christ at Whitman.
Homegoing services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, November 16, at the Pentecostal Temple, 750 Alter Rd., Detroit, with Bishop Dr. Charles Laster officiating. Interment to follow at Gethmane Cemetery in Detroit.
Chatman Funeral Home of Cherry Tree and Cantrell Funeral Home of Detroit, Mich., is in charge of the arrangements.