Mother Evelyn Greggs Wyche Ingraham was born on December 3, 1934 in Clyattville, Georgia to the late R. B. Greggs Sr. and the late Lula Bruton Greggs. Evelyn attended Woods Chapel and Dasher High School in Lowndes County.
Evelyn accepted Christ at an early age, was baptized and joined New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Clyattille where she remained a serving, faithful, committed member and further serving as mother of the church. At church dinner gatherings, she was known for the best and biggest pot of chicken and rice along with the biggest and best pot of collard greens. At family gatherings, their mouths watered and awaited for her to drive up with her famous sweet potato pies and sweet potato bread. (Just saying…) She enjoyed her flowers, planting fruit trees and growing vegetables.
Evelyn was joined in matrimony to the late Rufus Wyche Sr. of Pinetta, Florida. To this union three children were born.
During her lifetime she was employed at MicroCraft, Winn-Dixie Packers, and Metal Products.
As a good soldier, she fought a good fight then was called to be with the Lord on October 27, 2021. She was preceded in death by: her parents R.B. Sr. and Lula Greggs, husband Rufus Wyche Sr., a sweet darling granddaughter Kayla K. Wyche, siblings: R. B. Jr., James, Eloise, VirgieLee, Jimmie, Ruth, and Marie.
She leaves a legacy of love to cherish her memories to: her children: Laverne (Jonathan) Williams of Rochester, NY, Beatrice (Eddie) Jackson of Cherry Lake, Florida, and Rufus (Barbara) Wyche Jr. of Pinetta, Florida; a brother Napoleon (Retha) Williams of Valdosta, Georgia; two sisters: Relda (Eugene) Sharp of Tifton, Georgia, and Joyce Taylor of Patterson, Georgia; three sister-in-laws: Virlie Greggs of Miami Gardens, Florida, Beatrice Peacock of Wyandanch, NY, Carlene Murphy of Pinetta, Florida, a brother-in-law Carlton Wyche of Pinetta, Florida; sixteen grandchildren and a host of great grandchildren, great great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and church family.