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Obituary for Addie Mae White Schuler
Addie Mae White Schuler (Taddie Mae) was born July 28, 1929 in Edgar, FL to the late Thomas White, Jr. and Katie Lee Debose White. She was preceded in death by her siblings: Laurea Pope, Verelee Bateman, Ozell Reese, Henrietta Kay, Marie White, Laselle Montgomery and Preasha White. She was educated through the Putnam County Public School System. She received a bachelors degree from St. Augustine College in Raleigh, NC. She continued her education at Florida Normal and Industrial Institute, St Augustine, FL. She was employed by Alachua County Public School System as a Health Instructor and retired after 29 years of service. She volunteered in many capacities: Her love of children, was the reason she create and groom the Johnson Cross Road Majorettes, Drill Team and Drum Majors. These groups performed at Central Academy High School’s Homecoming Parades and various other venues.. They were well known throughout Putnam County. After retirement, she enjoyed spending her time gardening, fishing and sharing her love and wisdom with the children of the community. As she traveled to various yard sales and flea markets, she imparted her wisdom to everyone she encountered. On July 15, 2019, Mrs. Schuler answered the call of her Heavenly Father who promised her a mansion there with Him; where every day will be Sunday and Sabbath will have no end; where there will be no more pain and no more sorrow. She leaves to cherish her memory two daughters: Valerie Jenkins and Annette Johnson; one sister, Bessie Thomas and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends. Also, special friends: Mary Fountain, Freddie Fisher, Beverly Joseph, Alvin Neal and Ann Debose. In Lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made to the American Heart Association, St. Jude Hospital or the Alzheimer’s Association in her name