Annie Lee Knight, the daughter of the late Walter Wilson and Minnie Knight was born on November 24, 1949 in Oak City, North Carolina. The Lord decided to free Annie from all her health complications at Mercy Hospital in ICU on Saturday, February 13, 2021.
Annie was educated in the Baltimore City Public School System and graduated from Eastern High School. Annie was affectionately known as “Moochie”. Moochie had a great sense of humor and made friends wherever she went and was very straightforward with a very strong personality. But most of all she had a heart of compassion towards everyone. Whenever you saw Moochie she had a radiant smile that would light up any room. Moochie had the spiritual gift of “HELPS” and if she could help just one person then her living would not be in vain. Moochie was a loving and devoted Sister, Aunt, Cousin and Friend.
In Moochie’s leisure time she enjoyed spending time with family and reminiscing on the past. Moochie loved to eat good homemade food. In her last days her sister Minnie, whom she affectionately called “Boo-Boo” was always there to help in any way she could along with her other sisters, But Minnie is the one who’s schedule accommodated most of Moochie’s daily needs. Moochie lived “71” beautiful years to her fullest.
Moochie is preceded in death by her mother and father, Walter Wilson and Minnie Knight.
She leaves to cherish her memories; five sisters, Margaret Williams (Frank), Minnie Knight (Bobby), Phylicus Knight, Kiwana Samuel (LeVern) and Cheryl Kelly- Blackledge (Demetrius) and two brothers; Nathaniel and Napoleon McGill; four Aunts, Mary Hines of Washington, D.C., Beatrice Crandell & Carolyn Ebon of Clinton, MD and Bertha Bell of Oak City, N.C. and a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, many cousins, and friends.
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