Rev. Willie Lee Plummer was born on November 25, 1933 to the late Lynn Dunigan Sr. and Alma Fulton-Plummer in Canton, Mississippi. Later, his mother married Roosevelt Plummer Sr., who raised him as his own.
Rev. Plummer became a member of Bethany Baptist Church August 18, 1958. In October of 1960, he was called to preach the gospel. He served as pastor at Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church for 33 years, Sweet Home Baptist Church for 33 years, Mount Zion Baptist Church for 21 years, Bold Pilgrim Baptist Church for 2 years and Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church . He had a heart for GOD, mission and fellowship. He preached and taught the Word of GOD. He encouraged the flock to draw near to GOD, to honor GOD and to give GOD the glory. Thus having fifty candidates for baptism at one given time. His passion for saving souls was just as high as his "JUMP" in the pulpit!
Rev. Plummer leaves to cherish his memory, his loving wife of 63 years Rosie. Seven children Wanda (Arthur Lee) Willis, Alma (Willie)
Parker, Elic Plummer, JoAnn (Stanley) Graham, Minnie (Pastor Gregory)
Eichelberger, Willie Plummer Jr., and Robert (Marlo)Plummer; a bonus son
Rev. Rickey (Desiree) Fuquay Sr., fifteen siblings Allen Plummer, Bettye
(Lawrence) Miller, Coree Esco, Dewayne (Cassandra) Dunigan, Dorothy Burnett, Idell (Eddie) Briley, John (Ottiniece) Dunigan, Lynn (Roseland)
Dunigan Jr., Mary (Thomas) McMurtray, Priscilla (Willie) Yerry, Ronnie
(Darlene) Plummer, Rosie Brown, Sadie Andrews, Tongula (Steven) Kiner,
Walter (Annie)Dunigan. Twenty-four grandchildren, thirty-seven great
grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren; and a host of nieces and
Rev. Ricky Fuquay officiating.
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