Sis. Annett White McMillan was born on September 20, 1945. She departed this life peacefully at her home on Wednesday, July 10, 2019. She leaves a legacy of loving family, church members and friends who will cherish her memories. Sis. Annett was born and raised in Lee County, South Carolina. She was the daughter of the late Mr. Junious Lee Jacobs and Sis. Thelma Jacobs of Darlington County. She was educated in the public schools of Lee County, and was married to Bro. Monroe McMillan for 55 years. All her life, she was known by her nickname “Monkey”; but her granddaddy had given her the name of “Munchie” (because of the way she chewed her food as a toddler) and it later was translated into something else.
Many people knew her only by her nickname. She was baptized in the name of Jesus Christ and received the Gift of the Holy Ghost at an early age. She served faithfully in the church from her youth. She served as a Cook and a member of Group 3, but her primary job was Usher. She was known as the Usher who would check the children without hesitation and there are older people today that smile when they recall being “checked” by her. Sis. Annett was a hardworking and dedicated mother for her family as well as the church. She was a faithful member of the Church in the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostles’ Doctrine Inc. for the majority of her life and remained faithful until the end, even when her health was failing. She continued to come out to the Prayer’s Night; going around to the churches with the other Saints on Sunday; and pressed her way out to the services even though she was not always feeling well. Her love was the church and she was determined to hold out to the end.
She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Mr. Junious Lee and Sis. Thelma Jacobs; also her sister, Sis. Annie Lee Davis.
She leaves behind to cherish her memories: Her husband of the Home: Bro. Monroe McMillan; Her children: Cynthia (Jeremiah) Redding of Florence, SC; David (Sheila) McMillan of Florence, SC; Carolane (Lee) Black of Florence, SC; Dan (Melanie) McMillan of Hartsville, SC; and Don (Tammy) McMillan of Hartsville, SC, and an adopted son, her brother-in-law Mr. Benny Lee McMillan of the home; two sisters: Betty Jacobs and Sis. Ruby (Jerome) Mitchell, all of McBee, SC. Three Brothers: Mr. Willie (Frankie) Jacobs and Charles (Lucy) Jacobs, both of Darlington, SC, and Robert Lee Jacobs of Baltimore, MD; 12 grandchildren: Ian, Jeremiah Justin, Danielle, Alexander, Maya, Donovan, Jeremiah Joshua, Malik, Tiggie (Tammie), Darian, Tiffany, and Dontez, as well as four greatgrandhildren; an aunt, Sis. Margaret Gregg of Hartsville and sisters-in-law, Jeanette Hough of Hartsville and Jennie Mae Johnson of Darlington, SC; a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends, including a large, loving, church family