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Ida B. Page was born on July 26, 1941 to Eliza and Prince Page Sr. in Marion, Alabama. She was the third of five children. Ida departed this life on April 7, 2018 and took her wings.
She moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana at the age of four. She accepted Christ at a young and baptized at Pilgrim Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. John Dixie Sr. She served faithfully until her health began to fail. She was currently a member of the Usher Board serving as Past President and was a former member of the Youth Choir and Sunday School.
Ida graduated from Central High School in 1959 and later began employment with International Harvester. She later retired from Sheller Globe in Grabill, Indiana, in 1998.
Her favorite pastime was bowling. She was a member of the IUBC bowling league for many years.
She leaves to cherish her memories, one son, Orlando Page; one grandson, Dominique Thomas; two granddaughters, LaDasha (Luis) Cardenas and Taja Mc Carter; one great granddaughter, Taleya Robinson; great grandson, Dominique Thomas Jr.; one sister-in-law, Ora Page; four aunts, Ida Williams, Theorina Williams, Malinda Jackson and Cervelia Murray along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Ida was preceded in death by her parents, a sister, Loretta Page; four brothers, Andrew, Eugene, Robert and Prince Page Jr.
Ida was the last of her siblings generation and will be remembered for her loving, quiet and humble demeanor. She was truly was ALWAYS there for her family and the matriarch for those she leaves behind.
Ms. Ida will be laid to rest in Covington Memorial Gardens
Her Journey’s Just Begun
Don’t think of her as gone away her journey’s just begun.
Life holds so many faucets, this Earth is only one.
Just think of her as resting from the sorrow and the tears
In a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days and no years.
Think how she must be wishing that we could know today,
How nothing but our sadness can really pass away.
And think of her as living in the hearts of those she touched.
For nothing loved is ever lost, and she was loved so much.