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Dr. Jacquemar Fudge-Law
Feb 05, 1960 to Jun 16, 2017


Dr. Jacquemar “Jackie” Fudge-Law (Gore), 57, began eternal rest on Friday, June 16, 2017, in Charlotte, NC in the presence of loved ones. Born February 5, 1960, in Harlem, NY, she was the daughter of the late Jack Fudge and Margaret Thigpen-Venable and was reared by her late grandparents, Joseph and Rosalie Simmons. Jackie was a woman of strong faith and a devoted follower of Christ. She trusted God’s will over her life as she often spoke of Him ordering her steps. Jackie faithfully attended both Grace Cathedral Church and Word of God Church and Ministries. Jackie’s early education began at The Modern School in Harlem, NY and Dwight York Preparatory School. She furthered her education at Syracuse University, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and Master of Science degree in counseling. In later years, Jackie achieved her lifelong goal of earning her Doctorate degree in child and youth studies from Nova Southeastern University. Jackie dedicated her life to uplifting others, especially through counseling young children. She fulfilled these duties at Malcolm King College, LaSalle University, Gettysburg College, Piney Woods School and Sumter School District, where she served for more than 20 years. Jackie enjoyed helping shape the lives of her students so much that she began serving her purpose globally for CISV International. Other positions Jackie held included counseling and case management for Justice Works and being an adjunct professor at Morris College and Webster University. In her later years, Jackie became a published author. Her book is entitled The Effects of Grade Retention. Witnessing her students thrive and attribute her as part of their success inspired her to begin her own private practice. Law’s Child and Family Services was in the working until her last day on earth. Jackie lived her life to the fullest, traveling to numerous countries for both business and pleasure. In addition to the pride and joy of her life, her daughter, Alexis and granddaughter, Bria, Jackie leaves behind her son-in-law, Ramon (Gabrielle); two sisters, Jacqueline of Bronx, NY and Cami Bethea of Columbia; three nephews, Ronald, Sean Thomas and Brandon; one niece, Jesea; godchildren, Aryana and Nevaeh; a host of special family members, friends and students. Celebration of Life services will be held Saturday, June 24, 2017, 2 p. m. from the Crestwood High School’s Fine Arts Center, 2000 Oswego Highway, Sumter, with Pastor Benjamin Aiken, officiating, Bishop Anthony Gibson, eulogist. The family is receiving relatives and friends at her home, 3185 Kim Street, Dalzell. A wake service will be held Friday, 5 – 7 p. m. in the John Wesley Williams Sr. Memorial Chapel, Williams Funeral Home, Inc., 821 North Main Street, Sumter. The Remains will be placed in the Fine Arts Center at 1 p. m. The procession will leave 1:15 p. m. from her home. Burial will be in the Cookfield Cemetery, J D Herriott Road, Dalzell.
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