Nannette Louisa Green Justice of Vineland, NJ was born July 29, 1961 in Atlantic City, NJ, to her predeceased parents Mary Brown and George Boyd. Nannette attended Saint Nicks Catholic School from Elementary to High School in Atlantic City, NJ. She furthered her education and later worked as a manager for over 10 years, at various locations. As a manager, she was able to help and employ many through the years. “LadyBug”, as Nannette was lovingly known by her family and friends, was a devoted saint, mother, sister and friend. Valerie her sister, who she affectionately called her “sister mom” helped to raise her. Nannette accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior in her adult years and served Him in various ministries. She loved the Lord and affectionately called him “Daddy.” Nannette enjoyed fellowshipping, praying for and with others and cooking. Because of her sense of humor and positive outlook on life, she gained numerous spiritual sisters, brothers and children along her journey from New Jersey to South Carolina. Nannette’s jovial spirit made it easy for you to know when she walked into a room. Nannette was always happy and ready to share and worship Jesus Christ. Nannette is survived by her 8 children Malichi Feagins, Paul Boyd, Jimmy Hamlet, Janiece Hamlet, John Hamlet, Joseph Feagins, William Cottman (Lisa), Orin Cottman (Stacy). Two sisters, Valerie Bell and Me’ Chelle Pinkney (Mac), one brother Herbert Davis (Yolanda), fourteen grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews.