Duranice Pace, Eldest Sister of The Anointed Pace Sisters, has Passed Away

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We are saddened to report the passing Duranice Pace, the eldest sister of the singing sister group The Anointed Pace Sisters.

Duranice Pace was born May 13th, 1958 in Atlanta, Georgia to Pastor Murphy J. Pace, Sr and Mother Bettie Ann Pace.  She was the eldest of eight sisters, Phyllis Pace, June Pace–Martin, LaShun Pace, Melonda Pace, Dejuaii Pace, Leslie Pace, Latrice Pace, Lydia Pace.  Duranice Pace was one of the lead vocalists for the singing group which released five albums, four of which charted the Billboard Gospel Albums chart.

In recent years, Duranice went viral for her heartwarming and calming spirit, presence, and amazing singing voice.  She made an appearance on the Steve Harvey Show discussing some of what she had been through during her life.  VoyageATL did an interview with the singer and Atlanta’s 11Alive did an interview with her which captures just a bit of her talents.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.  May Duranice Pace rest in paradise.

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