Mrs. Vera Kate Daniel of Covington, died July 23. The daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Calvin (Irene Holt) Wynn, she was born in Walton County in 1933. Mrs. Daniel gave tirelessly to others and her life was a testimony to the influence she had on everyone with whom she came into contact. "Ms. V," as she was called, was educated in the schools of Newton County and employed by the Newton County School System as a bus driver. She was an excellent seamstress which provided her an opportunity to make a multitude of friends. Mrs. Daniel was a dedicated member of Graves Chapel AME Church, where she served as a missionary, a stewardess, kitchen supervisor and "mother" of the church. She was a member of Newton County Senior Services, where she enjoyed ceramic classes, Bingo and traveling with her buddies. In addition, she was a member of the Red Hat Society where she enjoyed wearing red, her favorite color. She was married to the late Jack Daniel. She was the proud mother of seven children and mother to a host of others.
Surviving are children Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Teresa) Williams, Ms. Peggy Veronica Wynn, Ms. Valeria Pride, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin (Nee-Nee) Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Mark (Sandra) Lavelle, Mr. Bruce Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl (Skeet) Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Antralon (Nett) Gorley; grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. D’Wayne (Tay) Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Courtney (Shawn) Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrus (Shameka) Clark, Tiki Clark, Michael Benton, Cedric Wise, Martin Lavelle, Daniel Lavelle, Brukaious (BK) Daniel, Monterrio (Mont) Daniel, Montavis (Tay) Daniel, Anttania (Muffin) McGee, Nakeisha (Big Mama) Watson, Shytria Watson, Donna Harmon, Antralon (AJ) Gorley Jr.; eight great-grandchildren; siblings Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Katie) Wynn, Calvin Wynn Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Lucy) Clark, Barbara Jean Wynn (sister-in-law); a host of nieces and nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by Ralph Wynn and Hazel Hendrix.
Funeral services were held at noon July 27 at Graves Chapel AME Church, Social Circle with the Rev. Charlie F. Stempbridge and the Rev. Gerald Jacobs officiating. Interment followed at Sims Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery.