The funeral service will be conducted at 12:00 P.M. on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at Good News Ministries located on 201 Mayo Street in Americus, Georgia where Bishop E. J. Wallace is the pastor. Pastor Margret McCarty of New Beginnings Full Gospel Church in Richland, Georgia will officiate the services. Interment will follow at Taylor Cemetery in Ideal, Georgia, which is also known as the Payne Bottom Community.
Angeline was born July 31, 1958, in Ellaville, Schley County, Georgia to the late Joseph Terry and Edna Mae Williams Terry. She was first educated in the public school system in Schley County where she attended John Lewis Elementary and High School. She later went on to attend and graduate in 1976 from Tri-County High School in Marion County. At an early age, she confessed Christ as per personal Savior and joined the band of Christian believers at Galilee Primitive Baptist Church. Later on in her adult life, she moved her membership to Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church under the leadership of her husband, Elder Eddie Slaughter. She most recently served as a faithful member at New Beginnings Full Gospel Church in Richland, Georgia under the leadership of Pastor Margret McCarty. Angeline supported every facet of the church that she loved so much from serving in the Deaconess Ministry to providing carpentry services when the church was first built.
Over Angeline’s employment tenure, she held various job titles. As a CNA, she worked with Lillian Carter Nursing Center (Plains, Georgia), Ideal Nursing Home (Ideal, Georgia), and Home Health Care within surrounding counties. Additionally, Angeline gained her commercial driver’s license and was employed with both Warner and KLLM Trucking Companies as a truck driver.
On a beautiful day in February of 1983, two hearts joined together and became one in holy matrimony when Elder Eddie Slaughter took Angeline Delores Terry as his wife.
She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Elder Eddie Slaughter of Buena Vista, Georgia, five children Jemil Slaughter of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Edna Slaughter Moses (Charlie) of Americus, Georgia, John Slaughter (Jenise Harris) of Jonesboro, Georgia, Akeem Slaughter of Atlanta, Georgia, and Khalila Muff of Buena Vista, Georgia; five grandchildren, Tahirah Slaughter, Kayla Harris, Johnny Muff, Jr., Khalil Muff, Kendall Muff, and Kennedy Moses; two step-grandchildren, Javonte Moses and Charliyah Moses; five siblings, Charlotte Tymes of Buena Vista, Georgia, Josephine Bellamy of Columbus, Georgia, Virginia Jackson of Americus, Georgia, Tom Terry (Shelia) of Albany, Georgia, Pastor Eddie Terry (Odessa) of Clarksville, Tennessee; one uncle, David Terry (Jean) of Scottsdale, Arizona; an aunt, Susie Bell Tolliver of West Columbia, South Carolina; brothers/sisters-in-law, Gary Slaughter (Linda) of Jacksonville, Georgia, Clyde Slaughter of Atlanta, Georgia, Louise and Lucille Slaughter both of Miami, Florida; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends including three devoted nieces, Deborah Tymes, Yonna Daniel, and Cassandra Coley. She also leaves to cherish her memory a devoted friend, Dorothy Beal of Bakersfield, California.