Tragedies & Triumphs

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Ollie Mae Wicker’s life is testimony to power of perseverance

By Don White

Gravel Switch Methodist Church sits on a hill.
Not a big hill.
And not nearly as steep as the mountain Ollie Mae Wicker had to climb to become its pastor.
Tragedies and triumphs have marked the life of the native and current resident of neighboring Bradfordsville.
Her dad, Foster Cook, was blinded in an accident and took his own life when his daughter was barely a year and a half old.
Her mom, Louise Whitehouse, was 25 when she was killed by her second husband. Ollie was only six.

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