The Five Fishermen

Biographies

Louise “Weezie” Marsh

Louise Lewis Marsh, an only child; was born on May 1, 1934, in Kansas City, Missouri. She later moved to Detroit, Michigan and attended Marygrove College and Wayne State University. She has been married to Alvin Marsh for over 60 years. She became a member of The Queen’s Community Workers in April of 1972. Louise “Weezie” Marsh was baptized by The Order of the Fishermen Ministry on June 8, 1975.

God spoke to “The Queen”, Senior Daughter of Zion Louise “Weezie” Marsh’s name and made her a Fisherman Elect. Fisherman Earl “Doc” Savage anointed her Fisherman Louise “Weezie” Marsh on February 13, 2000.

 

 

Carrie “Christ Disciple” Sewell
 

Carrie “Christ Disciple” Sewell was born in Brinkley, Arkansas. She later moved to Port Huron, Michigan. Carrie Sewell attended Port Huron High School and received two degree from Wayne County Community College (Child Care and Liberal Arts).  She was an employee of J.L Hudson Department store for 38 years and a TOFM Head Start Teacher for several years. Carrie Sewell was baptized by The Order of the Fishermen Ministry on August 14. 1994.

God spoke to “The Queen”, Senior Daughter of Zion Carrie “Christ Disciple” Sewell’s name and made her a Fisherman Elect. Fisherman Earl “Doc” Savage anointed her Fisherman Carrie “Christ Disciple” Sewell on February 13, 2000.

Willie Stevenson

Willie Stevenson was born in Detroit, Michigan, on January 25, 1935. He was one of five children.  He attended the Detroit Public Schools and graduated from Northwestern High School. Willie Stevenson attended Detroit Business College, majored in Real Estate and received an Associate’s Degree. He was drafted into the U.S. Army, served two years and received Honorable Discharge in 1960. Later, he married Dolores Todd (Fisherman Dolores “Goddas” Stevenson) from Youngstown, Ohio. In 1967, after watching his wife's growth in The Order of the Fishermen Ministry he became a regular attendee.  Son of God Willie Stevenson was baptized by The Order of the Fisherman Ministry on July 21, 1996.

God spoke to “The Queen”, Son of God Willie Stevenson’s name and made him a Fisherman Elect. Fisherman Earl “Doc” Savage anointed him Fisherman Willie Stevenson on February 13, 2000.

Carrie “Christ Disciple” Sewell

Dolores A.”Goddas” Stevenson

Dolores “Goddas” Stevenson was the youngest of two children. She was born in Youngstown, Ohio. She attended Youngstown Public Schools and Youngstown University. She became a part of The Queen’s Community Workers in 1975. Dolores Stevenson was baptized by The Order of the Fishermen Ministry on June 13, 1976. “Goddas” was the owner of Goddas Creations and Imports, Custom Dressmaking and Accessories.  She is the wife of Fisherman Willie Stevenson and they have been married for over 50 years.

God spoke to “The Queen”, Daughter of Zion Dolores “Goddas” Stevenson’s name and made her a Fisherman Elect. Fisherman Earl “Doc” Savage anointed her Fisherman Dolores “Goddas” Stevenson on February 13, 2000.

Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin

Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin was the youngest of 11 children. He was born April 7, 1953. He attended both Catholic and public schools in Detroit, Michigan. He became a Skilled Tradesman, Painter and Decorator and was employed with the Detroit Public Schools for over 30 years. Fisherman Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin has been married to his lovely wife, Daughter of Zion Brenda “New Direction” Martin over 16 years. Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin heard “The Queen's” voice over the radio announcing special Teaching classes at the Home of Love.  He later became a member on April 10, 1975. Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin was baptized by The Order of the Fishermen Ministry on June 8, 1975. The Spiritual Name “Uncle Bob” developed because of his deep sense of family and the interest in youth of the Home of Love and sighting how important each male; grandfather, father, brother and uncle has on their families. God spoke to “The Queen”, Son of God Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin’s name and made him a Fisherman Elect. Fisherman Earl “Doc” Savage anointed him Fisherman Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin on February 13, 2000.

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