Edward Rhodes Biography
Edward Rhodes was a Music Producer who is well known as the Ex-Husband of American Award-Winning gospel singer-songwriter Lashun Pace. Pace Recently Passed Away aged 60 years old. Her exact cause of death is unknown.
Edward passed away a few years after they got divorced.
Here is all you Need to Know about Lashun Pace First Husband Edward Rhode Bio, Age, Height, Family, Obituary, Net Worth, Wikipedia, and Cause of Death.
Edward Rhodes Age, Birthday
Rhode’s passed away shortly after he and his wife Lashun pace got Divorced. His exact age, date of birth, and birthday are unavailable.
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Lashun Pace Death and Cause of Death
Lashun Pace the trailblazer of The Anointed Pace Sisters, has died aged 60 years old. For Five years she was on dialysis waiting for a kidney and succumbing to Organ Failure on Monday.
News of her untimely passing was announced by her sister Lydia Pace. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, to Parents Bishop M.J. Pace and Bettie Ann Pace she was raised in Poole Creek.
Tarrian LaShun Pace was a Stellar Award winner and evangelist who was part of the renowned sibling gospel group The Anointed Pace Sisters. Prior to their rise to fame, the group shared their family melody in church and local talent shows.
She honed her singing skills when she toured with the Rev. Gene Martin and the Action Revival Team. She recorded in the Cathedral of Faith Church of God in Christ Choirs for Savoy Records and the House of the Lord with Dr. Jonathan Greer.
She issued her debut He Lives, which reached the number two spot on the Billboard gospel charts after being signed by the Label in 1990. Her album featured “I Know I’ve Been Changed with the Follow-up Shekinah Glory, appearing in 1993.
She returned with Wealthy Place; with the well-known song “Act Like You Know” featuring Karen Clark Sheard, from the legendary Clark Sisters three years later in 1996.
She enjoyed a successful career as an actress and is well known for co-starring as the Angel of Mercy in the 1992 Steve Martin film Leap of Faith and still released successive releases including 1998’s Just Because God Said It.