Prophet Willie L McDonald

Prophet Willie L McDonald
Prophet Willie L McDonald

August 26, 2021

Prophet Willie Lee MacDonald 70, of Whiteville, gave God his hand once again as he crossed over to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at Columbus Regional Healthcare System, Whiteville. 

Celebration of Life Service will be announced later by Smith Funeral Home of Whiteville.

He was the earthly son of Bro. Willie Haley and the late Mother Eva MacDonald Haley of Whiteville.

He is survived by his wife, Sister Shelia MacDonald of the home, 3 children, Antonio MacDonald and Nicole McCray both of Fayetteville, Joshua MacDonald of Wake Forest, 2 sisters, Bessie Mae McCutchen and Missionary Marcella Powell of Whiteville, 3 brothers, Marshall Haley of Lumberton, Arthur Haley of WA, and Charles Haley of MD, a host of grandchildren, 2 great grands, relatives and friends.

Visitation will be held at First Deliverance Apostolic Church of Christ located at 2441 James B. White Hwy, Whiteville, NC.

The family kindly asks that no one visit the home.

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