Eula Lee

 Tribute of Life

 Eula Lee, daughter of Granville and Dorothy McCall, was born on February 3, 1944 in Grady, Alabama and was the seventh of seventeen children. She survived her sisters Ann Rhines, Rose McCall, Idell McCall, Loretta Griffin – Turner, Buena McCall and Jacqueline McCall. She left behind two brothers, Willie McCall and Otis McCall, one sister-in law, Alberta McCall and one brother-in-law, Tyrone Turner.  She leaves a dear and best friend Bernice Lee of forty-one years. She also had a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

She received her education in the public schools of Grady, Alabama and finished at Dorchester High School in Dorchester, Ma. Eula accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at the Macedonia Baptist Church in Alabama. She was employed by the MBTA as a bus driver and then a Green Line train operator. She also worked various jobs until she retired and dedicated her life to become a foster parent for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Eula was united in Holy Matrimony to Edward Lee. Eula survived five children Brenda McCall, Danny McCall, Mark McCall, Shavon Reynolds, and Gina Lee. She also had three grandchildren, Charita Neal, Indira McCall, and Naima McCall.

Eula enjoyed cooking, fishing, shopping, loved her family, caring for people, her favorite color purple, the blues and anything Tina Turner. She also had an enormous sweet tooth, always sneaking candy when she knew she wasn’t supposed to have it. Her favorite song was “Too Close to the Mirror” by Eddie Bradford. Eula loved life and everyone in it. The life and memory of our loved one shall long be remembered by all of her family, and life long friends. She had a heart of gold and would do anything for the ones she cared for.

Funeral Service in Morning Star Baptist Church, on Monday, February 10 at 11:00 AM.  Visiting hour 10-11 prior to service.