“Mama Addie” Addie Sue Wilson was born October 8, 1921. She was the 5th of seven children born to Gabriel and Bessie Davis Wilson. She was affectionately known as “Mama Addie”. She gave her life to Christ at an early age at the Mt. Morriah Missionary Baptist Church. During her lifetime at Mt. Morriah Missionary Baptist Church she served as an usher and on the Missionary Society, as a Sunday school teacher, senior choir member and as mother of the church. She remained a faithful and life-long member until her passing. She educated at the Mt. Morriah Rural School and grew up to be a sweet and loving young lady. She married Jessie Mack McCauley in 1940 and to this union three sons were born, Henry Clayborn McCauley, Jesse Franklin McCauley and Robert Earl McCauley. Mama Addie was a diligent and committed worker. She worked at the Deaton Cleaners in Arkadelphia and retired from the City of Malvern Cleaners. After retiring she became a Foster Grandparent at Goza Middle School in Arkadelphia. She loved the to give affection and attention to all of the students.She was a member of the Universal Evergreen Verbena Chapter 192, OES-PHA, Gum Springs. A trip to the Mt. Morriah Community was never complete, until you visited Mama Addie at her home. She welcomed all with open arms. Her beautiful smile and friendly demeanor will be forever cherished. In her 95th season of life she passed on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 6:05 a.m. at CHI St. Vincent in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Her life was full and rich, because of the impact she left on those she encountered. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jessie Mack; one son, Henry C. McCauley; her siblings, Robert (Carola) Wilson, Richard Wilson, Gabriel Wilson, Janie B. Clark, Lillie Mae Wilson, her baby sister and one great grandson, Ethon Allen Boyer, V.Mama Addie leaves her memories and love with her two sons: Jesse Franklin (Virginia) McCauley of Carson, CA and Robert Earl (Asenatha) McCauley of Hot Springs, AR; one sister, Ruby Lee Newburn of TX; eight grandchildren, Yolanda McCauley McCollum and Iris (Brian) McCauley –Clegg, both of Malvern, Candis (Antonio) McCauley-Smith of Cerritos, CA, Keith (Marisa) McCauley of Hot Springs, Theone McCauley of Texas, Victor Nolen of Michigan, Keisha McCauley of Camden and Avery Robinson of Carson, CA; twenty great-grandchildren, three great-great grandchildren and special god daughter, Nadine Walston of Fordyce. She also leaves her nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends, the Mt. Morriah Church family and community.