That which was is no longer, what is now may seem a mystery, but what is left are everlasting memories of the beauty and faithfulness of a life Wade McCall, that is not at rest ------ This is the nature of things. This is how it has been, how it is and how it will continue to be until the final sentence on the last page of this book of life is written. One must understand that this work is by the hand of Jesus, a presence whose ways are not as our ways, that sees all things not merely as they are but in the way that he created them to be. The human mind at times may not comprehend these things, but it is the peace He brings afterward that surpasses all understanding. Let us not cling to the suffering of life’s circumstances, but to the words that say that, “God is able to do, that which He said He will do. “Let not the pain be our anthem but “the joy of the Lord be our Strength.”
Mr. Wade Bruce McCall was born September 5, 1939 to the late Bruce and Ethel Bell McCall in Butler County. He was a lifelong resident of the Long Creek Community/Georgiana and a member of the Long Creek Baptist Church. During his tenure at the Long Creek Baptist Church Wade was ordained a deacon and served faithfully until his health failed.
He was a retired CSX Railroad worker. Mr. McCall made his transition from time to eternity on December 19, 2020. He was preceded in death by his parents: Bruce and Ethel Bell McCall, Son, Kelvin McCall, Grandparent, Bobbie Dotson, Brothers, Bobby McCall and Douglass McCall.
Mr. Wade McCall BKA Pop, Boss, Uncle and Grandaddy will forever be remembered by his loving and caring wife, Shirley McCall for over 51 years; Children, Wanda McCall and Wendell McCall of Virginia, Brad McCall, Byrant McCall, Brett McCall, Brandon McCall, Anthony Owens, Cynthia Owens of Georgiana, AL; Lisa (Mack) Lee of Greenville, AL and Charles (Bobbie) Owens of North Carolina; Sisters; June (James) McCall Peak, Freddie Mae McCall, Betty Jean Grant, Geraldine Grant, Annie V. Grant, Alma G. Grant, Mary Ann Grant, and Rebecca Grant of Hayneville, AL; Brothers, Leon (Senora) McCall, CA, and Bruce McCall Jr., Chicago, IL; Six Sister-in-laws, Brenda Shephard, Linda McCall, Senora McCall, Patricia McCall, Michelle Thompson, and Annie Owens; Five Brother-in-laws, Minister Bobby Shephard, James Peak, Charles Carter, William Owens and Roman Owens; Children Reared as his own; Christopher (Christine) Rudolph, Tyrell (Meka) Rudolph, Michelle (Coot) Rudolph, and Terry Owens; Twenty-two Grandchildren who were dear to his heart, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
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