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On Thursday, September 16th, Dr. MaLinda Prince Sapp’s life will be celebrated during her homegoing service at Resurrection Life Church (located at 5100 Ivanrest Avenue SW, Grandville, MI 49418-2358).

This church holds special significance for the Sapp family, because it’s where Sapp’s husband Marvin recorded his last two albums which were very successful: “Thirsty” and “Here I Am.”

The family hour for MaLinda Sapp’s homegoing is from 11:00 am-12 pm, and the service will follow immediately after at noon. “Relatives are coming from out of town as the time approaches,” stated family spokeswoman Sandra Riley.

MaLinda Sapp’s homegoing comes one week after she passed away from colon cancer. She earned respect in the Gospel music industry for her work as the manager of her husband Pastor Marvin Sapp, and was highly regarded for her work in Lighthouse Full Life Church Center, the church they founded together.

MaLinda Sapp is survived by her husband Marvin and three children: Marvin II, Mikaila and Madisson. Find out more about the life this dynamic woman led in the links below.

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