Dollie Eva Hart, affectionately known as Mother, Madear, Doll, Grandma, Great Grandma and Aunt Doll was born on February 3, 1932 to the Rev. Leroy Lewis and Susanna Dixon. She was the second out of five children born to this union. Both her parents preceded her in death. Dollie earn her wings on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 while residing at Joe -Anne Burgin Nursing Home in Cuthbert, Georgia, she was 88 years of age. Dollie attended Randolph County Training School for her formal education. She was a devoted member of St. John AME Church in Cuthbert, GA until it closed, she then moved her membership to Payne Chapel AME Church. She served in many capacities, including Sunday School Teacher, President of Pastor's Aide Committee and a Member of the Missionary Society. Dollie was also a member of the 3rd and 5th Sunday Singing Convention which travelled to various churches praising God through their song ministry. Dollie met and married the love of her life Grady Hart. She loved her family, especially her children of which she had seven. Dollie had many talents and was known for her extreme kindness and acts of good deeds. She was famous for sharing her remedies for childhood illnesses and her special cough syrup. She was also a great cake baker and peanut brittle maker. She was also known for picking up the pecans in her yard, shelling and selling them or simply sharing them with her family. Dollie leaves to cherish her memories Sons, Eddie Walt (Mildred) Dixon, Edward (Lessie) Dixon, Carl (Jacqueline) Hart, and William (Kim) Hart, Daughters, Linda (James) Rachel's and Beverly Hart. One brother, Richard (Lillie) Dixon of Florida and one sister, Gurtha Butler Laws of Michigan, grand-children, great-grand children and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Dollie was preceded in death by her husband Grady Hart,her daughter Henrietta Hart, her brothers Leroy Dixon and Jeffie Dixon. Dollie Hart was a virtuous woman, her children call her BLESSED! A woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised.