Sadie Carrie Slaughter, daughter of the late Howard and Nancy Wilson Walley departed this life on Friday, November 12, 2010 at the Hospice House at the age of 83. Sadie was born on May 2, 1927 in Ivytown, Easton, Maryland. She received her education in the public school system of Talbot County which included attending the Red School House on Manadier Road. Sadie was married to the late John Slaughter Jr. Sadie loved the Lord and possessed the qualities of being both cheerful and humorous. She praised the Lord to the end of her life. She gave her life to the Lord many years ago. She was a member of Queen Esther Church (presently called New Queen Esther) for many years. Later, she became a member as well as the Mother of Apostle True Foundation Church in Preston, Maryland under the leadership of her daughter, Pastor Bernice Brummell. Her favorites included but were not limited to the following: she loved to sing. Her favorite songs were, "I Gave My Heart To Jesus", "I'm Alright Now" and "I'm Gonna Do All I can For My Lord." One of her favorite sayings were "check yourself before you wreck yourself". Her favorite tv show was wrestling which she enjoyed viewing with her great grandson, Robert. Sadie also enjoyed watching gospel DVDs and listening to gospel CDs. Mrs. Slaughter leaves to cherish her memory, her daughter, Pastor Bernice Brummell; seven grandchildren, Larry Roberts, Lisa Roberts, Kathy Dixon (Anthony), Karen Brummell, Kim Brummell, Marvin Jacobs and Denita Jackson; eight great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren; four sisters in-law, Gladys Turner, Hilda Wilson, Berlin Stanford (Melvin) and Joyce Flamer (her husband); a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends and her church family. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Slaughter Jr., a great nephew, Marvin Raikes that she raised as her own, a son in-law, Robert Brummell, a grandson, Timothy Roberts and a stepson David Young. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010 12 noon at New Queen Esther AME Church Manadier Road Ivytown with a viewing two hours prior to the services. Interment in Slaughter Cemetery.