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Carroll E Porter Braham

May 14, 1956 – May 07, 2020

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Carroll E Porter, born in Oxford Mississippi to James Willie Porter and Lillie Ruth Campbell Wells.  She past away at her home.

She received Christ at an early age attended St Paul Methodist Church and later joined Victory Temple Holiness under Bishop Willie G.Thornton. She worked at Bell South Central and also did much in-home sitting with the elderly. She loved reaching out and helping people, she was also known to many as "Grandma Carroll". She loved her family and absolutely adored her grands and great grands. She was very Passionate about her relationship with the Lord. She loved spreading the gospel and telling her many testimonies of how God brought her through many challenges life tossed her way. Carroll had such a sweet spirit, truly ONE OF A KIND, and will be greatly missed.

Carroll did not complete her education through the school system only completing 11th grade, but she was very smart & intelligent. She had a green thumb, and she loved to fish,  playing spades, bid whiz, gin Rummy, and hanging out with family and friends.

She leaves To cherish 3 Children, 2 daughters, Valisa (Willie) Smith, Jacqueline B Braham;  one son, Ezzie (Melinda) Braham Jr all of Tupelo. Two  Sisters, Lynda Porter Longs, Sandra Dee Wells, four Brothers Melvin Campbell, Ms. Bobby Wells Jr., Douglas (Sherry) Wells, Wesley (Vera)Wells. Seven Grands Javon Rogers, Abresha Rogers, Maurice Smith, Quinterrell Braham, Quintsia Braham, and Darrian Stewart, and Sakidra Hamilton. Five Great Grands, Jakobe Roger's, Landyn Armstrong, and Paisley Armstrong, Lelani Braham.

She was preceded in death by her parents James Willie Porter and Lillie Ruth Campbell Wells, Sister Pamula Wells Marion and her Grandparents Rev J.W. Campbell and Lillie Mae Campbell.

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