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Beth A Campbell posted on 4/13/21

Gary and Vickie are loved members of our family and he will be missed. I will never forget him taking three little girls for a ride in his convertible, giving them all a thrill. So sad to learn of his passing and love and prayers to Vickie. We were glad to be able to be at his memorial via livestream.

 

Nicky and Debbie Jewell posted on 4/13/21

Sam was a special person, He was our neighbor for a few yrs. he loved our dog Chico and would feed him treats. Sam loved country music especially Arron Tipping's. We would laugh at the crazy things Sam would say or do. We loved Sam and will miss him so much. He had the best heart. Wish we could be there to say good bye. RIP Sam our friend

 

Peggy Skirball posted on 4/13/21

Gary was a great friend of my Mom and Dad- Mel and Nancy Talenski. I met him a couple times and remember him as captivating with maybe a little mischief afoot. A lover of Mexican food :) Mom and Dad always talked fondly of Gary as a loving husband, good man and patriot. I know he will be dearly missed by his church family and friends. Sending my sympathy to his family and prayers for peace and comfort.

 

Ron and Frances McConnell posted on 4/13/21

Roy Allison.....a life well lived. Our sympathy to Kenny and all the family.

 

Rosie Garcarz posted on 4/13/21

My deepest sympathy for you and your family.

 

Mel H Talenski posted on 4/13/21

Gary & I have known each other for a number of years. Of that time, we exchanged many war stories of our time in the military. I remember stories of his time in "food service" and his time in broadcasting. Gary was easy to be around & lovable guy. I could go on & on, but I will close with the statement "Gary, you are Home at last". Your loving friend, Mel Talenski Shalom

 

Penny and Howard Elmore posted on 4/13/21

Our deepest sympathy to all the family. Gary will be missed but never forgotten.

 

Jeff Emerson and Kari Schmidt posted on 4/13/21

May God grant you comfort and peace in this difficult time. We're thinking of you.

 

Shane posted on 4/13/21

To all the family of Earl. I am so very sorry for your loss. He was a good man. I met him at home depot what a great man. God bless all of you at this time. Heaven has gained a wonderful man

 

Richie & Teresa Wilkison posted on 4/12/21

Our deepest sympathy to all of the Amato family.

 

 

Melissa Metcalf Le Roy posted on 4/12/21

Had the best smile, I remember his smile and sweetness even as a young girl. Many thoughts, prayers, love, hugs and precious memories being sent to the family during this difficult time.

 

Margaret Trees posted on 4/12/21

I’m so sorry to hear of Gary’s passing, my prayers will be with your whole family as you travel this journey without him. It seemed we were always running into one another some place (even Feed and Seed) and it was such fun visiting with you both. All my love and prayers. Margaret Trees

 

Steve Dalton and Mary posted on 4/12/21

We miss having Sunday breakfast's with Buddy, he was a Great friend and could tell a joke better than anyone I know. Loved hearing his weekly adventures as we shared ours as well. He was Truly a Great man and true Father.

 

Paulina Banardi posted on 4/11/21

I will always remember his smile and laughter..It was my pleasure just getting to know him..

 

Heidi, David & Brad Saffle posted on 4/11/21

We are so heart broken but we know JW is with our Heavenly Father. JWWas so special to us and he will be missed. Sending prayer of comfort to Pat and family. Love you.

 

 

Terri Hertz posted on 4/11/21

Sorry for your loss, my prayers are with you Holly and the rest of the family.

 

 

Carrie Bowman posted on 4/11/21

I’m so very sorry for your loss. I will be praying peace and comfort over the family!!!!♥️♥️♥️

 

Laura Tersinar posted on 4/11/21

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your husband and father. He will be missed by all who knew him. May Earl rest in peace with the Lord.

 

Corey cushing and Fred brazzell posted on 4/11/21

We stayed at Walt's inn many times in the 90's and early 2000's until we moved to Texas. We always enjoyed every minute we spent with him. His retreat by the river was a great weekend getaway. I knew the inn had closed but didn't learn of Walt's death until 2021. He's still alive in our favorite memories of staying with him in the wonderful Bat Cave/Chimney Rock/Lake Lure area.

 

Nancy Ogle posted on 4/10/21

What I remember most about my Aunt Midge is her genuine smile and her laugh, such a sweet lady. Sending all of you our heartfelt condolences. Nancy and John.

 

Marilyn Haynes posted on 4/10/21

Dear Pat, Suzie, Terry and Bonnie, We were devastated last year, when we learned we would be loosing JW much sooner than we were ready to. But now we realize that God had a place for him a few days ago, an he is now there with Him!....closer to Him than ever before! We hope that that is a comfort to you now, as it is for us. We hope that knowing this now can give you peace, as the same Lord wraps His arms around you to give you comfort. Please know that both you, Pat, and JW were such fun to be with through Shriner's and all those enjoyable meetings, activities and trips to support the Shriner's Hospitals for Children! We especially enjoyed meeting your three beautiful daughters grandchildren and many of your other friends at the fantastic 50'th anniversary party a few years ago. Wasn't that a wonderful event!!! JW sure had an loving impact on a lot of people, didn't he!! And what a worker he was, too! The Hendersonville Shrine Club could always count on him when anything needed to be done! His extremely hard work as co-chair of the Celebration for Children, to benefit the Shriner's Hospitals is to be commended! ...and he truly loved doing it all! Yes he was a very special man whom we will never forget! Don and I eadh send you our love and deepest sympathies at this very difficult time for each of you.

 

Mike Clark posted on 4/10/21

Aunt midge will be missed , kim and I are sending prayers and thoughts to all cousins and their entire families

 

Frances Stewart posted on 4/10/21

Frances Stewart - Class of 1972. What an inspiring, wonderful - and tough - teacher, drama coach and mentor! Fond memories of going to Chapel Hill drama competition with ONCE UPON A PLAYGROUND, and YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN and our senior play YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU. Any classes he taught were not-to-be-missed and full of lively discussions. Thank you, Mr. Orr. I was blessed to have you in my life.

 

Dan McCarthy posted on 4/10/21

Condolences to you and your family Stevie. We love you and your Dad would be proud of the father you are. You are a wonderful person and I’m honored to call you my friend. God bless you and your family. Love Dan McCarthy and Family

 

James Osteen posted on 4/10/21

Earl was a good man. You picked a good one Sis to be your mate and I was proud to give you (my baby Sis) away that day to such a fine man. Seems like it was forever ago but time moves fast. I will miss him but look for another day that will last forever. Love you Sis and hurt for your loss.

 

Denny Wise posted on 4/9/21

So sorry to learn of your loss. Know that you are in our prayers.

 

Sherry Johnson posted on 4/9/21

So sorry for your loss. Jean was a great lady and I know she will be greatly missed by her family.

 

 

Sandra B Stanton (Sandy) posted on 4/9/21

Jean was a true friend to all who knew her, and brought joy to some many children. I feel blessed to have known her. My thoughts and prayers to all her family.

 

Janet L Reily-Ison posted on 4/9/21

Pat, Bonnie, Terri, and Susie So sorry to hear about JW. All of you have been in my thoughts and prayers. My life has been enriched by having met him. Love you.

 

Debra Inscoe posted on 4/8/21

I remember he and your mom from the old days. They were a joy to be around. I know they will surely be missed. Glad they're together again.

 

Carolyn case posted on 4/8/21

I am so sorry Leslie, I know you are going to miss him. I haven't seen Jimmy in years, so I'm just going to remember the way he was , when I last seen him. He was always kind to me. You are in my prayers ❤️

 

Larry Jones posted on 4/8/21

Lots of good memories of Aunt Jean - especially the beach trips with the whole family. My condolences to Uncle Dale and the whole family.

 

John Simpson posted on 4/8/21

I was John’s roommate freshman year at Colgate. Actually helped John and Barb elope. Ladder to the window and all that. Lost touch when John dropped out for a while. I wish Barb and family well.

 

 

Leslie Allen Guffey posted on 4/8/21

I remember the old days well !!! He is with my mom and brother now.

 

George and Charlene Sox posted on 4/8/21

May your memories and faith bring you and your family strength and comfort during this difficult time! May God bless you!

 

Brenda Sue Hollifield posted on 4/8/21

Jean was a wonderful friend to my mother Thelma Parton over the years. Sorry for your loss.

 

Tiffany cole posted on 4/8/21

We loved mrs. Jean and yalls family so much .yall are in your prayers and mom and i plan to be there . love, Tiffany and Kathy

 

Pat Schnyder posted on 4/8/21

I have many memories of Pauline. I guess memories of her at Elks Pool are some of my favorites. I know loosing Everest has really been hard for her. Every couple deserves to be as Happy as they were. My Sympathy goes out to her Children, especially Sweet Laurie! Rest In Peace!

 

Sheila Benjamin posted on 4/8/21

Sorry to hear of Steve's passing my condolences to you and the family

 

Sidney Pruitt posted on 4/8/21

We are so sorry for your loss of Ms Jean. She will be missed by many. I wish we could attend the services and be there for the family please contact is if you need anything. Sidney and Martha Pruitt family.

 

CONNIE MORRISON posted on 4/8/21

Once Mama Jean loved you, she always loved you. I disappointed her many times, but she never once failed me. Simply the greatest woman I've EVER known. I love her forever

 

 

Bill and Mary Troisi posted on 4/7/21

Praying for you all -- may God grant you comfort and peace as we remember the good times shared with your father, your grandfather, your husband, our friend--Steve. He always had some pearls of wisdom to share that we will treasure. He will be dearly missed.

 

 

Dow Stick posted on 4/7/21

I will remember Carol's sense of humor, her humility, and her love for her family. Oh! and her adoration of Mr. B, Esquire. Jeanne gave unprecedented care and her service to her beloved sister makes her a hero in my book. I was lucky to know them both.

 

Chris and Crystal Stump posted on 4/7/21

Heavenly Father, please wrap Your arms of comfort around Steve’s entire family at this time and replace their pain with peace that only You can give. Amen -You will all be in our thoughts and prayers in the difficult days ahead. ❤️

 

John and Mary Jo Konst posted on 4/7/21

We’re so sorry to hear about Steve. Sending prayers.

 

Rev. Michael "Chopps" Lawing, D.Sc. posted on 4/7/21

I'm Late As Usual, But Deeply Saddened At Patty's Passing. We Went Thru 12 Years Of School Together . Joe & I Used To SCUBA Dive Together. Patty Was Always A Good Friend... My Prayers Go Out To The Family.

 

ANNA posted on 4/7/21

I met Judith on Skype six years ago. Her Italian was better than my English, but we found a lot of things to share. Books above all, her love for Italy and mine for the US. We met every week, and year after year we shared our life, our problems and our happyness. We met in Bologna in 2017 and I remember her running outside the station to hug me. We had a great day , as you can see from the picture. I'll miss her, her silent sweetness, her quietness. Love Judy, Anna

 

Susan Smith posted on 4/7/21

Joan, my prayers to you and your family. I never met Steve but know he had a huge heart as he shared you to give time and talents away from family in service to our Red Cross mission. Grace and peace of the Lord be with you all. Steve's light will forever shine!

 

David Naess posted on 4/7/21

With the saints give rest, O Christ, to the soul of your servant Steve; where there is no pain, nor sorrow, nor suffering, but life everlasting.

 

Ferris Todd posted on 4/7/21

A loss such as this makes it seem the earth has shifted on its axis. Sending heartfelt condolences and wishes for strength and peace as you navigate this new version of your world. May your memories be a blessing!

 

Nancy Sigmon posted on 4/7/21

May memories bring you strength and comfort! Thinking of all of your family at this difficult time. Nancy Sigmon

 

JOSEPH J BLAZAK posted on 4/7/21

Glad for the opportunity to see Steve on my trip. Continued prayers for the strength of the entire family.

 

Dr David R Keck Sr posted on 4/7/21

Dear Stacey and Family, Grace and Peace from our Risen Lord Jesus. We grieve with you on your father's death. May you know the love and comfort of family and friends, and especially of our caring Lord. In Christ's love, David & Diana

 

Wanda Cooke posted on 4/7/21

Aunt Pat, Bonnie, Terri, and Susie, It’s hard to know what to say at times like these. I love you all so much and want to be able to comfort you in some way. I want you all to know I looked up at Uncle JW with so much pride, love, and respect. He was a wonderful uncle and a loving caring husband, father, and grandfather. His life mattered to the people who knew and loved him. From the moment he was born he was loved and adored by his mother, father, and brother. He joined the Army and served his country for 20 years. We all owe him a debt of gratitude for helping keep the country safe. He married Aunt Pat and they had three beautiful daughters; Bonnie, Terri, and Susie. Then came the grandchildren so the love and admiration for him continued on. I flew on a plane for the first time with Uncle JW. I was 5 years old and I hope he saw what Bonnie saw when I took my second flight with her. She said I looked like a kid in a candy store I was so excited. It has been an honor having Uncle JW in my life. I will always hold him in my mind and heart! He believed in his lord and savior so I know he is flying high with angels in heaven and walking the streets of gold with god. Love forever, Wanda

 

Beth Reavis, Grace Lutheran, Boone. NC posted on 4/7/21

Thinking of you all as you bear this loss and holding you in my prayers.

 

Daniel and Ashleigh Hunter, Tucker, Rayleigh, and Silas posted on 4/7/21

Blake, Mo and Lauren, Words can never express what Buddy meant to our family. He is the center of so many wonderful times and memories here in Georgia and there in North Carolina. There is no doubt there is laughter in Heaven right now because your Dad is there. He was a good man. We are always going to miss him terribly. Please know we will be praying for you all. We love you all so much!

 

Anne Radway posted on 4/6/21

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Mark Davis posted on 4/6/21

We love and miss you very much.

 

 

Donna Gunderman posted on 4/6/21

Judy will be greatly missed. A fond memory is her laugh...it was so contagious.

 

 

Donna Gunderman posted on 4/6/21

What a wonderful dear friend Judy was. I loved her laugh...it was so contagious and so frequent. It was always fun when Phil & I visited Joe & Judy because good food was always on the list; great discussions, and comparing our bird lists. She will be greatly missed.

 

Joy Boyd posted on 4/5/21

Gaby, my heart is aching for you and your family. I will remember you in my thoughts and prayers. I remember all the wonderful stories of your beloved George. You two were so in love always. I am sending you hugs and love dear friend. Joy

 

Frances Walther posted on 4/5/21

Dear Lois, it is April5, 2021. I don’t know if you will ever see this but was so sorry to see that Jimmy had passed away. Have thought about you over the years. Hope you and your family are doing welll. Would love to hear from you.

 

Cathy Knox (was Cathy Harris back in the day) posted on 4/5/21

I had the privilege of knowing and working with Don at Aetna back in the '70s. In 1973 I moved to London and unfortunately lost touch with he and Ann (who I did meet once right after they got married, I believe). He was a supportive boss and good friend. My sympathies to his family on his passing.

 

Jay & Carolyn Alley posted on 4/5/21

Pat, Bonnie, Teresa, Susan, and Family, We are blessed to have known JW. He was always smiling. We are forever grateful for his service in the military. We are going to miss him. We are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Jay & Carolyn Alley

 

Sylvia DUCOTE posted on 4/4/21

Buddy- You were absolutely the best brother a sister could ever hope for. You were never too busy for me when we were growing up. You taught me how to have fun. Your whole family can't wait to see you again. You are missed by many. Love you so very much ❤ Sylvia

 

Fran and Pam Wolak posted on 4/4/21

So sorry, Gabi and family -

 

Susan M. Galbraith posted on 4/4/21

Aunt Evie was an amazing lady with so much grace. I will remember her so fondly how she and mother would giggle about the simplest things. June, Lucy and Anne have so much to be proud of for their mother's accomplishments. My heart goes out to all of you and your families.

 

Linda Schwandt posted on 4/4/21

George was such a kind and loving person. Gabby, we are so very sorry for your loss. We pray for you often and are glad to help in any way possible.

 

Alexa Murphy posted on 4/4/21

Buddy, Thank you for being such an amazing grandpa and father. As well as a father in law, thank you for everything that you did for all of us. We are going to miss you but we will see you again in Heaven. We love you.

 

Janet Strickland posted on 4/3/21

Love and hugs. She was a beautiful lady. Love, Janet Israel Strickland, Danny Strickland, Megan and family

 

Gail and Lonnie Israel posted on 4/3/21

We are so sorry to hear of the loss of such a sweet lady. Judy will always hold a special place in our hearts. We remember her laughter and smiles and enjoyed working with Judy at the garden center.

 

 

Cathy Chamness posted on 4/3/21

Elaine truly loved her animals and was a huge animal advocate.

 

MacDonald posted on 4/3/21

Shawna and Brandi, your mom was tough as nails! She cared so much for you, like when she called me out of the blue to make sure you were eating... she told me to make sure I kept an eye on you as your brother! Some of my fondest memories of your mom was when you would bring her by and I would get to just talk with her. When I talked to your mom it was like talking to family, time always seemed to go too quickly. The way she loved on my girls and always wanted to make sure they were doing good was nothing but Love! We loved her and we love you both like family!

 

John G Humphrey posted on 4/3/21

Chris, I know it's a difficult time when you lose a parent; my condolences to you and your family.

 

H North posted on 4/3/21

What a lovely tribute to Bella! We are very sorry for your loss, and you are in our thoughts.

 

Brandi Martin posted on 4/3/21

My time spent with Buddy was limited. We spoke occasionally at birthday parties, and once he rescued Mo, JC and I after a particularly silly night out on the town (my idea, I’m sure). Despite our few interactions, I came to know Buddy in a very unique way—through the eyes of his daughter-in-law. JC and I were childhood best friends; her family was my family, and I still consider her parents to be my second mom and dad. I remember when she started dating Mo, and seemingly overnight she went from zero to in love. It was so sweet to witness the beginning of their relationship, but looking back what I find most compelling about that time is the instantaneous, yet profound connection she made with Buddy. For every swoon-worthy story she shared with me about Mo, she must have shared three about Buddy. “Did I tell you the story he told us out in the garage yesterday?...” “Let me tell you what he did for Mo’s birthday last week”... “The other day, Buddy did the funniest thing...” I feel so privileged to know a version of him, just through JC’s stories. And, I can’t think of a better testament to his life. How many people do you know that would take their son’s girlfriend, not knowing if she would be around for the long haul, and make her a part of their family? Share his home with her? Treat her like a daughter? Buddy truly was a special man, the kind of man I hope to meet again one day. Take heart in knowing “No one is truly dead until the ripples they cause in the world die away” —Terry Pratchett. And, I have a feeling that the ripples Buddy caused in this world are not going anywhere.

 

Billy and Doris Cox posted on 4/3/21

Precious memories flood our souls, so many from Mt. Olivet Baptist have gone home makes Heaven more sweeter.

 

Billy and Doris Cox posted on 4/3/21

Precious memories flood our souls, so very many from Mt.Olivet have gone home makes heaven sweeter every day.

 

billy posted on 4/3/21

Billy and Doris Cox

 

Hank & Angela Hulst posted on 4/3/21

We are so heartbroken over the passing of Buddy, our neighbor. He was always so happy, smiling, joking. Just an overall wonderful person to know. You will be greatly missed. Deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Donnie and Avalina Merrill posted on 4/3/21

Shawna and Brandi I'm so sad to hear about Judy. We love all of you.

 

Tamara Ruth posted on 4/3/21

To all the family, I am so sorry to hear about this. Love & prayers to everyone! Mrs Judy will be missed a ton!

 

Kim Vassos posted on 4/3/21

Edward was a truly gifted artist. His meticulous works were more than worthy of a gallery exhibition. Moving to the Maxwell family farm certainly provided a natural inspiration to create. His talents extended to the beautiful landscaping he designed and planted around his home, built in large part to bring his mom, Gussie, back to her North Carolina roots following the death of his dad, Russell. He was a devoted son. Ed certainly enjoyed the summer reunions of many first cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends. He was our designated ice cream maker!! He will be missed. Sending love and prayers. Kim

 

Amy Jennings posted on 4/3/21

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for all..

 

Keith Pryor posted on 4/2/21

Thought alot of Buddy. Will miss him.

 

Brently , June & Austin Edney posted on 4/2/21

Shawna, Adrian & family we were so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom/ Grandmother. Sending prayers & love to you and your family .

 

Maria Wagner posted on 4/2/21

Shauna, Brandi, Adrian, I am so sorry about your mother and grandmother. May God comfort you in this time of loss.

 

Tracy posted on 4/2/21

Buddy you are and always will be so very dear to us all. What a wonderful Father, friend and person you are! We will miss your smile and kindness until we see you again in Heaven.

 

Karen Ward posted on 4/2/21

Buddy, you were the best uncle anyone could ever ask for. We will never forget your kindness and wonderful sense of humor. We love you..... Karen, Richard and Luke

 

Paul Harris posted on 4/2/21

So sorry for your loss. You're in my prayers.

 

Chris Ball posted on 4/2/21

Blake, it has been many years from those days on the school bus. Sorry for your loss, but your dad’s legacy will live on through you. I lost my dad a day after you lost yours. Go figure only the Murphy’s and the Ball’s would know. Take care my friend and live on your dad’s legacy as it will be shown in everything you build in life.

 

Nancy Knox posted on 4/2/21

I was blessed to have known Dean & have him as my brother-in-law. He was a precious soul who was always kind, caring & helpful to all who knew him expecting nothing in return. Dean was a loving & supportive husband to my sister, Pat and a loving father to his son, Donovan of whom he spoke often with great pride, definitely a "family man". I am so very sorry for each of your sudden & unexpected loss. Take comfort that he is now in Paradise, at peace, with our Heavenly Father where there is no suffering or sorrow. I will keep all of Dean's family & friends in my prayers daily as you grieve the loss of this precious soul. Remember that he will always live in your hearts & minds.

 

Renita Steinmann posted on 4/2/21

Praying for peace and comfort for the families of Uncle Bergen. Thinking of the rejoicing happening in Heaven!

 

Stu and Susan posted on 4/2/21

I hate not knowing for sure what happens when you die. But I really love to believe there is a heaven past the sky. --Jamie Cirello We will miss you George. Love from Stu and Susan

 

Ben Wolf posted on 4/2/21

Wishing peace to your whole family. Donation made to local food bank in Nashville, TN in honor of a wonderful man. Gabrielle, Stef, Allison and your families- my heart and prayers are with you all! Love, Benny and Amy Wolf and family

 

Alice Childs Cochran posted on 4/2/21

We have lost a good man! Buddy was a humble, talented and kind man. Our prayers go out to his family that he loved so much! Rest In Peace!

 

JC Murphy posted on 4/1/21

Buddy, you were a second dad to me. I will always be thankful for having the best father-in-law that a girl could ask for. You always brought a smile to everyone's face and that will always stick with me. We will see you again in Heaven one day. I love you.

 

Charles and Barbara Smith posted on 4/1/21

Sorry for your loss. He will certainly be missed.

 

Charles and Barbara Smith posted on 4/1/21

We are sorry for your loss. He will certainly be missed.

 

Cindy posted on 4/1/21

Buddy was the best brother in the world. We are heartbroken to lose him. I love you so much Buddy. I know we will see you again someday.

 

Jane Brock posted on 4/1/21

Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved , still missed and very dear. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, LOVE leaves memories no one can steal. Gaby, my deepest sympathy to you and your girls and family. My thoughts and prayers of peace are with you.

 

Lovorka Kuharic posted on 4/1/21

Dear Gabriella, honestly can not even express my sorrow for you and your family. Friday was talking with Mommy, and like always, praising you and George, how good you are to her. Now,it is hard to believe, that George left such a void in Your life, in Your girls life, in your Mom's life-anybody who knew him. Memories, yes, but memories can never be and will never be enough to lessen the pain. Love you, feel for you, pray for you. Not really Sisters, but Sis, here anytime I can make your pain any less painful. Love you.

 

JC and Cynthia Williams posted on 4/1/21

We are so sorry to hear of passing of Buddy your dad and friend. He was a very talented and a wonderful friend. He was admired for his friendlyness and attention to details. He will surely be missed by everyone.

 

Donna B. Bradley posted on 4/1/21

Prayers of comfort to all the family and friends.

 

Marian Denton posted on 4/1/21

Buddy you are truly going to be missed. Thanks for being such a wonderful brother.

 

Melody and Benjamin posted on 4/1/21

Our deepest sympathies during this difficult time. Leslie was a very kind person.

 

Wanda oliver posted on 4/1/21

Gene and Bruce Im so sorry. But God can use him more. I know you miss him. He loved the live he lived on earth. A good man.

 

Christopher T. posted on 4/1/21

While I did not have the pleasure of meeting Buddy, I can tell from his son Blake what type of father and friend he was to those who knew and loved him. Buddy’s love for life, his strong work ethic, congenial personality and helping his community will live on for years to come. I send my deepest condolences and sympathy to his family and friends. Buddy can now rest with the Lord as he continues to watch over all who loved him.

 

Macky and Sharron Beddingfield posted on 4/1/21

Uncle Bergen will be missed by all who knew him. Sharron and I are sending condolences to your entire family and will keep you in our prayers.

 

Lauren Murphy King posted on 4/1/21

Love you so much dad. I just feel like the world should stop now.

 

Mark Middleton posted on 4/1/21

So so sorry to see this and to realize that our great George has moved on. I really enjoyed George's wit, intelligence, humor, care for his family and real-world experiences. I had really hoped to spend more time diving with him and just hanging out and talking with him about Abraham and living pono life :). I'm so sorry that George is gone. We toasted several to him on the lanai Saturday night, so many fun times there with you two. Our love and aloha to Stef and Allison and all the grandkids as well.

 

Joyce Guice posted on 4/1/21

Rita, so sorry for you loss of your father. He is in heaven with your mother and very happy. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Warren and Linda Johnson posted on 4/1/21

Buddy was a constant for his children and I their lives and all of the people who loved him We had the privilege of working with him. He was always a joy. Lots of love to the family. Buddy will be missed.

 

Dr Sudesh Kannan posted on 4/1/21

Evelyn was an amazing and inspirational lady. My wife and I met her in Hendersonville in the 1990s, while she was serving as the President of Blue Ridge Literacy Council. She was a caring, intelligent and hard-working lady who supported our community with all her heart and soul. Her husband Bob adored the ground she walked on. They will be cherished by all those who knew. Heart-felt condolence to the family!

 

Gale Souther Barnett posted on 4/1/21

Our hearts are broken to learn of Buddy's passing. He was such a kind gentle spirit always, even as a kid. I will never forget him being one of the first to visit my brother, Steve and I when our dad passed away. Two years ago when Steve passed away, once again there was Buddy to share our grief. Buddy was truly one of a kind and he will surely be missed by our family as well as the many other lives he touched. I am bless to have called him my friend. I am sure that Steve was there to greet him at the Golden Gates and now they are fishing together on one of beautiful lakes of Heaven.

 

Ken and Lisa Koen posted on 3/31/21

Rap was tough as nails and had so many great, funny stories. Took bullshit from no one. A special memory I have of Rap was when he gave me his recipe for Ricotta Cake. He had it hand written so nicely. He even ended the recipe with the words “Eat and Enjoy” It was one of the best cakes I have eaten. I hope your eating ricotta cake with Sunny in heaven! ♥️✝️

 

Carol and arthur Heatherly posted on 3/31/21

We'll miss you very much uncle burgin prayers for you as and all the family !

 

Carol and arthur Heatherly b posted on 3/31/21

Betty

 

Harry and Elaine Jensen posted on 3/31/21

Gaby, so very very sorry! Please accept our condolences!

 

Carolyn Long posted on 3/31/21

Prayers of comfort for the family and friends

 

Marcia Vajay posted on 3/31/21

Gaby, my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family during this trying time. Take comfort in your memories of all the wonderful years you had together.

 

Barbara & Ken Bradford posted on 3/31/21

We are so shocked and saddened to hear that George passed away. Every time I run through all the names of the 7 Greene siblings I still say Jack, George, Barbara, Jim, Marilyn, Tom, & Shayla. You are so missed and will be in our hearts forever Barbara and Ken Bradford

 

David and Colleen Labman posted on 3/31/21

We love you George. Prayers to Gaby and family.

 

Laura Caputo posted on 3/31/21

I am so very truly sorry…Tom has been despondent … Although I only had the pleasure of having met George a handful of times… He had an innate inherited knack for getting you to say things you didn’t even know you needed to get out… I guess that’s why he was mom‘s “number one son… “ He was a pillar of knowledge without being full of himself, humble yet snarky at the same time… It’s sort of like he could see in you something that you didn’t know you had and managed to get it out of you somehow… He was pretty cool… I know he saved the day at our wedding… Tom was pretty nervous and George’s presence was ever so grounding… I will be forever grateful for that memory. My deepest most heartfelt condolences to you, Stefany, Allison and your beautiful grandchildren

 

Susan & Paul Mason & family posted on 3/31/21

Gaby, Stephany, and Allison, We were so shocked and upset to hear about George’s unexpected passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this sad time. Hoping that the many wonderful memories you have from over the years will sustain you through your grief. Hugs to all of you, Susan (Farmer) Mason & family

 

Shayla posted on 3/31/21

We never imagined there wouldn’t be ONE MORE MAUI trip where we would share Mark’s famous mai tais on our lanai, grill food (you would always bring!!) and hang out for hours just enjoying each other’s company.... and sooooo many laughs.... I know Mark will miss all the good conversations while I would massage Gab. And all the diving fun and sharing underwater camera knowledge ... my heart breaks for the girls and grandkids whom will miss his sage advice ... so freely given. George was there for me in a big way when I was going through a really rough patch in my twenties ... he talked to me for hours and I attribute those caring talks to saving my life... many years later i thanked him ... he had done so much... but he didn’t remember. That’s the kind of heart he had - gave it all with no strings attached. We will miss you George!!!

 

Carolyn case posted on 3/31/21

Chris , thank you for your service, and your friendship. I am really going to miss seeing you, and having someone to give me a hard time. I pray for your family and friends that are still here, and I pray that you are no longer in any pain. I'm going to miss you buddy.

 

Steve Snyder posted on 3/31/21

Sad we lost mom and Rap within weeks, but I feel they are together now, and in God's kingdom. R.I.P. you 2 love birds. Love ya !!!!! Miss ya !!!!!!

 

GARY and Adriana Lemite posted on 3/30/21

My dear Gabriella our deepest heartfelt sympathies and prayers for your loss and to your whole family.May God hold you all in his loving arms .

 

Lisa Box posted on 3/30/21

Dear Gabriella, Stefany, and Allison, I’m thinking of you all so much right now and can hardly believe the news. For my entire life, there were always the four of you, the Greenes, that felt more like extended family than just friends. I can’t believe there are now only 3 of the original 4. Gabriella, you and George built such a beautiful life and a wonderful family that has only grown larger and more wonderful with time. I know you all brought him great pride and joy and filled his life with love. Sending so many hugs to you three during this difficult time.

 

Eddie Falcocchia posted on 3/30/21

Rap Was always there for a great story and some funny jokes , I got to be apart of this wonderful mans wisdom for 11 years while I lived in the Carolinas near my cousin Diane and Doug...he was truly a special guy!

 

James Bertuccini posted on 3/30/21

My Father -in-Law Navío treated me like a Son he was so good to me ,, Some of my Favorite Vacations were with him at the Beach House Fishing, Crabbing ,Barbecuing I love you Dad RIP

 

Phillip & Claudia Constantino posted on 3/30/21

Dear Gabriella we send our deepest confidences to you and your family . Our prayers are with you at this difficult time

 

Kathleen Magrini posted on 3/30/21

Gone too soon. Sending prayers and healing thoughts to Gabby and family. So heartbreaking. My memories of George go back to high school days.

 

Toby and Mary Lee Ten Eyck posted on 3/30/21

George and Gabi were our best neighbors in Farmington for 10 years! Lucky for us to have formed such a close relationship, we were more like family. Stephanie and Allison adored their father because he would always listen and present great ideas. My husband Toby and George would go scuba diving together and had so much fun. George, you will surely be missed!

 

Holly n Carl Koring posted on 3/30/21

He will be missed. We were fortunate to have as a neighbor and loved our get togethers! So glad we got to visit you at your beautiful home in NC and spend time together. You all have amazing memories and so much love we pray it helps give you peace and comfort. Our sincere condolences Much love and hugs to you all Holly n Carl

 

Christiane Box posted on 3/30/21

Dear Gabriella, anybody who spent any time with you, knows how much you loved George and how much George loved you. With the exception of your childhood you were always friends, partners and husband and wife. Together you brought up two strong, smart and beautiful girls and you always, always were each other’s strongest supporters in all the storms of life. I can’t believe that I will never have another „ fight“ with George about politics- just to be welcomed by him with open arms at my next visit. It is so sad for me to know that you, my friend, will now have to walk alone through these difficult times. Please trust that George will be with you, that your beautiful family will support you and that your many friends will be there for you. I‘m sorry to be so far away right now, but you are in my thoughts and prayers always. Alan and the girls send their love also.

 

Frank and Debbie Greco posted on 3/30/21

Gaby: No words can express our deepest sympathies, and no words can live up to the man/husband/father/grandfather George truly was. Gaby always recounted how they met and got married at a young age. They started early with their blessed married lives and had two great daughters and then their family grew with sons in law and then beautiful grandchildren. Wish we could be near you to help you during this difficult time, but please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Our hearts go out to you and your family. Frank and Debbie Greco

 

Katie Bradford posted on 3/30/21

Sending my love. Xoxo

 

Glenn Hoy posted on 3/30/21

He was a friend only for a short time but my time with him was competitive and fun. I will miss his wit and his serve.

 

Karen Rose posted on 3/30/21

Gaby, My heart goes out to you and your family. George will be remembered.

 

Mary Ann Heimburg posted on 3/30/21

Gaby we are so sorry for your loss. You were so devoted to each other and the memories you carry in your heart are precious. He was devoted and strong in life and I am sure he is still watching over you and your family.

 

Janie Mathews posted on 3/30/21

Sending thoughts and prayers to Gaby and her family. Cherish your memories which will help you through this sudden difficult time.

 

Joann Bertuccini posted on 3/30/21

I love you dad ! I wish I could’ve been there to hold your hand when you took your last breathe. I’m so sad. But you knew nothing about Covid. In fact if you knew a lot of what was going on in this country, in the world ,you’d have been dropping some F- bombs. RIP. ALL MY LOVE FOREVER !!!

 

Amanda Snyder posted on 3/30/21

Rap, you and grandma were the ideal couple. You both loved each other very much and I am glad to know you are reunited again. You were always the one with little to say, but when you did speak, it was witty and hilarious. I’ll never forget going on the pontoon boat and catching crabs many years ago. You will be missed Rap

 

Ruthann Visco Gregg posted on 3/30/21

In 1981 when I was 17, I bought a yellow '76 Ford Mustang with money i earned working after school the 2 years prior. It was a stick shift (some may have no idea what that is, google it!). I didn't know how to drive it, but it was what I could afford and was in good condition per Navio's assessment under the hood. He taught me how to drive it, and I am grateful for his patience and time.

 

Jackie McCaffery posted on 3/30/21

Gaby and girls, I can’t imagine the pain you and the girls are going through. Hold all those memories in your heart and they will help you when you need them. Saying prayers for all of you and sending you a hug.

 

Jackie Montreuil posted on 3/30/21

This is all too sad to imagine. While I never met George, it was obvious how close you two were and that there was so much love and happiness. What a blessing to your entire family he was. Please know I am holding you close in my thoughts and prayers and I hope you are doing OK.

 

Peggy and Doug posted on 3/30/21

Gaby, We hope that sweet and happy memories help you and your family through the difficult hours. Our hearts break for you.

 

Amber posted on 3/30/21

I am so very sorry for your loss. Stefany and I met in first grade and you all have been another family to me since then. There was so much time spent at your house and so many life experiences shared. My heart aches for all of you. You are such a loving family and I know you will have each other to get through this tough time. So many wonderful memories to share with each other. I’m thinking of you often and sending my love to you all.

 

Gail Bobinsky posted on 3/30/21

So sad, no words to express how we feel. George was a great father, husband, grandfather and neighbor. He will be missed. He looking at the Blue Ridge Mountains from above us all now.

 

Mary Heaviland posted on 3/30/21

Dear Gaby. I am so very sorry that the wonderful man you called husband, father and grandfather has been taken from your lives far too early and my heart aches for you all. I only met him a few times and my only knowledge of George was through you Gaby, with stories of the fun times you shared. I know the immense love you shared and the memories will be of comfort to you, your children and grandchildren. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God. Bless you all. Hugs.

 

Gina Rapposelli Sack posted on 3/30/21

Navio was the eldest of five children, and I the youngest. He took the role of the eldest son in a traditional Italian family very seriously having been born in Italy. He was always there for his brothers and sisters and I will greatly miss him. He took his responsibility of being the eldest very seriously and was always there for us. I will miss him forever.

 

Gina Rapposelli Sack posted on 3/30/21

My Big Brother

 

Peggy Monitello posted on 3/30/21

Gabby and family, So sorry to hear of George's unexpected passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all your family at this time, hope you have many happy memories to comfort you..

 

Barbara and Greg posted on 3/30/21

Dear Gaby, our hearts ache over the sad news of George's untimely passing. Our deepest sympathy goes to you and the whole family. May your faith and the truth that you and George shared for so many years help to carry you through this time of mourning and loss. We wished we could be closer to cook some meals for you and give you company. We are one with you in spirit and behold the life of George which has transformed. He is still with you closer than your breath. Your love for each other is eternal.

 

Beth Murray posted on 3/30/21

What a beautiful tribute to George. Although I didn’t really know him, the love you two shared was undeniable. Gaby, you & your girls are in our thoughts & prayers. Sending much love & hugs!

 

Teri Hatred posted on 3/30/21

Gaby, I cannot imagine your grief and shock. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Betty Przepiora posted on 3/30/21

Gaby, This is still a shock. My heart aches for you and the girls. Prayers to you and your family..Thinking of your at this difficult time.

 

Jodi Ryder posted on 3/30/21

I’m at a loss for words. I’m heartbroken to hear this. You guys are like family to me. You took me in and took care of me when my own family didn’t . What a great man. He will be missed. Love to all of you .

 

Anita Davis posted on 3/30/21

My sympathy goes out to Gaby, Stefany, Allison, and all of their beautiful children. I witnessed the beautiful love Gaby and George shared and the love he had for his family. His spirit will live on through them. George will be missed by so many and I will miss his dry sense of humor and his amazing grilled chicken. May God surround this family with His comfort and peace.

 

Linda Armstrong posted on 3/30/21

George was a very accommodating host every time we visited Gaby whether it was when they lived in Victor or in Hendersonville. Such a gentleman, helping with luggage, grilling, making us feel welcome, sharing his wit and dry sense of humor. I will miss George, and my heart breaks for the love of his life and for Stefany and Allison and Lee and the grandkids. Such a devastating loss of a very good man.

 

Diane Snyder posted on 3/30/21

Rap, we will miss your many stories - especially about Alaska and the mob stories from your early days - we had many laughs. I am happy that you and Sunny are back together again having many, many laughs. I know everyone always asked for your meatball recipe, but they should know Italians do not have recipes, we use a little bit of this and a little bit of that. Thanks for always taking us on the pontoon boat, the kids loved crabbing and finding conch shells, as well as helping us when the kids were little. I always enjoyed making apple turnovers and pizzellas for you. We have many good laughs...say hi to Suds too. Love, Diane

 

Mark Snyder posted on 3/29/21

Navio was a good man and a wonderful husband to our mother, Sunny. Our boys grew up knowing him as "Grandpa Rap" and we had some good times with him and mom down at the beach in Rehoboth and on his pontoon out on the Chesapeake. He was a much loved member of our family and we will all miss him. It's still hard to comprehend that we won't have Rap and Sunny in our lives anymore. God speed.

 

Denise Dunlap posted on 3/29/21

Jeanne, it's hard to find the words. Carol meant the world to me, so many happy memories. I will carry her in my heart forever. May God's Peace help ease the pain in your heart.

 

Doug Snyder posted on 3/29/21

Rap, You and your humor will be greatly missed. Thanks for all of your help over the years. Say hello to mom for my. She has been wanting to be with you again for so long. Love you guys, Doug

 

 

Brenda Medford posted on 3/29/21

Will always remember his great smile, and the wonderful times we shared together as friends... A family man he was and a gentle soul... May you rest in peace! ❤️

 

 

Brenda Medford posted on 3/29/21

Will always remember he's crazy smile

 

Trish Szypulski, Brevard posted on 3/29/21

My husband Ed loved apples and he loved buying apples from Frankie at Farmers Market! He and Ed always found something to cut-up about! We always enjoyed chatting with him - Frankie was so warm and friendly. We had a small cinnamon colored Chow Chow named Ching that Maddix would take for a little stroll when she was at market with her grandpa. Ching passed in April and my dear Ed passed in September. We were married 51 years - I understand the big hole in your heart Rhonda- I pray for you and your family to feel the peace that only God can give until we are all reunited in heaven.

 

Joyce Hyder posted on 3/27/21

I did not know this gentleman, but would like to Thank his family for his service to our Country.

 

Annette Sherman posted on 3/27/21

Lori’s Mom Imogene, and I are first cousins, and Lori is so closely a part in our family. I remember her as a tiny brand new bundle, little beautiful face and so happy. I watched her grow over the years becoming more beautiful spiritually inside and out. She knew her direction and what she wanted out of life. She could not be more proud of her two beautiful children and every year she sent me a picture of each. I cherished watching them grow into adults. Lori has left a beautiful legacy in her children that will go on forever. God bless and care for each of the family.

 

NELL JONES posted on 3/27/21

I am so sorry for Patty's and your Dad's passing. Both of your Parent's were special people. Working for Patty at Pardee was a pleasure . Your beautiful memories of them will always keep them close. God Bless your families!

 

Elizabeth Smith posted on 3/26/21

Daddy, I'm going to miss you! Miss our lunch dates, phone calls and silly animal posts on facebook, miss picking on each other and spending time together. I am blessed to be your daughter and will always share your words of wisdom with others. Now it's time to rest, you made sure to make everyone you talked to smile or laugh in some way and you will be remembered, I promise to be nice to senior citizens always! Keep your eye on me, you know how I like to cause trouble! I love you daddy!

 

Christopher G Smith posted on 3/26/21

Thank you for your service, bit thank you most of all for excepting me as your son, and bringing the most beautiful lady into this world. My wife Elizabeth. RIH.... Until we meet again. You will be missed.

 

Sharon Augustson posted on 3/26/21

My Aunt Helen loved the Lord with her whole heart. When our family moved from California to Maryland, we stayed with Uncle Lyle and Aunt Helen for several weeks until our apartment was ready. I remember her challenging me to memorize the hymn, Holy, Holy, Holy. I did it. Still know all the words. I love hymns to this day. You will be missed, Aunt Helen.

 

Kathy Steinhause (Rosemarie’s daughter). posted on 3/26/21

Uncle Chris, you will be dearly missed. I never knew of your involvement in the armed services. I wish we had more time to get to know you and your adventures. Rest well.

 

Tucker B. James posted on 3/26/21

I wish I had more time to hear more of your stories and share more of mine with you. I am truly grateful to be your grandson and to have known such a strong and kind hearted man. I will never forget our talks and always miss and love you. I hope that as you watch over family and friends, that we make you proud.

 

 

Lara Davis posted on 3/26/21

So glad I had you as a father, you were the best! As with most, my only regret is that we didn't have enough time with you. I, as well as, Mark, Tucker, Dalton and Jordan will miss you.

 

Lisa Dye (Sottile) posted on 3/26/21

Thank you for your service Uncle Chris. Many happy and fun memories I think of often when you and my father were stationed at the same duty stations. Rest well and can't wait to see and hug you some day. Prayers of peace for your loved ones and friends who are still here.

 

Kenneth & Felicia Hamlin posted on 3/26/21

Thank you for your Services. You raised a fine daughter we are pleased to call her (Elizabeth) sister in my family. Rest easy with the Lord and continue to look down and send a lil sparkle to her and let her know your ok. Until we all see you again.❤

 

Kimberly Dettman posted on 3/26/21

Thank you for your service, rest in peace. Prayers for the family and comfort from Jesus.

 

David and Jo Ann Fain posted on 3/26/21

Thank you for your service Uncle Pete and so blessed that God saved you in that close call overseas. God spared you so you could have many years to be a good disciple. It sounds like you served him well. So blessed that we got to know you too.

 

Katherine Jones Revels posted on 3/26/21

My memories of Pete and Gertrude go back to my early childhood years at Bobs Creek Baptist Church. Pete was our song leader and Gertrude was my Sunday School teacher. Thankful for the spiritual impact they had on my beginning walk with Jesus.

 

Tammi posted on 3/25/21

So sorry to see this, you were so much fun to work with at Pardee.....❤️

 

Mary Stefano posted on 3/25/21

I met Alice during radiation for our cancer treatments. She reminded me so much of my mother: elegant, classy, well dressed. I felt as though my mother was with me during this difficult time. We actually looked forward to radiation, just to see each other. The last treatment for both of us was on the same day. That day the machine broke down and all appointments were rescheduled. The team at Pardee Cancer center knew we had grown close and when they rescheduled our last visits, they made sure we were together. Alice loved my dog, Harriet. She made sure I brought her to our visits. I enjoyed baking and cooking things for Alice that she enjoyed. She is a bright light in my life, always. P.S. When you get to heaven please say Hi to my mom!

 

Linda Bailey posted on 3/25/21

Thank you for your service to our country. Rest in Peace.

 

Linda Bailey posted on 3/25/21

Thank you so much for your service to our country. Rest in Peace.

 

Linda Brittain posted on 3/25/21

Joe and I wanted to offer our love and support as you have the memorial service for your parents. We are out of town and will not be back in time but we want you to know that we hold your entire family close to our hearts and pray for your comfort.

 

James Osteen posted on 3/24/21

Uncle Pete sure was a great friend to have and we enjoyed every visit through the years. Will miss his cheerful attitude and welcome voice every time we met. Not many like him for sure. Could not help but admire this man. Went to church many years with him. Rest in peace brother..

 

James Osteen posted on 3/24/21

James A. Osteen Jr.

 

Darrell Warren posted on 3/24/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Carl was a great man, friend and neighbor. He was the best of the best. I wish we had many more like him. He will surely be missed.

 

Alton & Linda Gilbert posted on 3/24/21

Gene , Bruce and family we are so sorry for your loss. We always loved both your parents. They were a delight to be around. We sit many a Sunday morning in Pete's class at Beulah and enjoyed his teachings. I (Linda )often put my 2 cents in with Gerts approval and had great time learning from Pete. We have so much to look forward to when we get Home with Jesus and our loved ones!

 

Bob & Carolyn Wise posted on 3/24/21

James; So sorry to hear about Patty’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Bob & Carolyn Wise

 

Gretchen W Williams posted on 3/24/21

Mike and James, I am so sorry to hear of Patty's death and of Joe's 2 years ago. Your family has been through so much. May God give you His grace and strength for this time and in the days to come.

 

Laura Cline posted on 3/23/21

Lori was such a dear and wonderful friend. We were friends since we were nine and I have such special and fun memories of our years in school and beyond. Her heart was with her family and children whom she loved so much. Her concern and love for her friends was immense. She will be deeply missed. Rest in peace dear friend. We love you. Laura Stepp Cline

 

Tom Tinker posted on 3/22/21

Charlie, I'm going to miss you on the range and the putting green. Find us a great golf course up there and I will see you soon.

 

Mickie and Cathy Kukula posted on 3/21/21

We are so sorry for the loss of your mom. Our prayers are with you during such a difficult time. May she Rest In Peace now with your dad. Love, Mickie and Cathy Kukula

 

Mickie and Cathy Kukula posted on 3/21/21

We are so sorry for the loss of your mom. May she Rest In Peace now with your dad. Our prayers are with you during such a difficult time. Love, Mickie and Cathy Kukula

 

Leslie Saer posted on 3/21/21

Dearest Charlie - you will be sorely missed - such wit, sense of humor, creativity in your spectacular woodworking skills, golfing expertise, love of the Lord, family and friends. I will continue to think of you often especially as I see my treasured furniture pieces and remember good times with you. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

John & Linda Cudd posted on 3/20/21

Clover was a wonderful neighbor and stellar person. Our kids called her "the energizer bunny" because she was always busy with something, either for The Cottages, the church, or the community. She is one of our fond memories of Bat Cave and the folks that live there who made us feel so welcome even as part-timers.

 

Michelene Rhodes posted on 3/20/21

Leslie was so kind, gentle, and generous! I was blessed to work closely with her while she took on school testing responsibilities and then as a Tier tutor. Her heart for children was limitless. She was an amazing friend and caring patient listener. Above all she loved her family, dogs included! Her gentle presence is greatly missed.

 

Deborah Nash posted on 3/19/21

Dear Rhonda and families, We all are praying for you while we are still all in shock. Frankie and you were/are loved by our entire family. So grateful he did not suffer but so sorry we did not get to say goodbye. Looking forward to being able to tell him we love him when we see him again in Heaven. With prayers for your comfort and peace, Debbie, for the whole Nash family.

 

Patrick and PJ posted on 3/19/21

Lori had an incredible vocabulary and witty sense humor. We will miss her shining light, joy and laughter.

 

 

Vickie Wyatt posted on 3/19/21

Clover was a joy to be around and will be missed by everyone

 

Russell Johnson posted on 3/19/21

God has already blessed your soul Charlie. Thanks for being part of my life these past years. We have already missed you on the golf course and in life.

 

Al Fike posted on 3/19/21

Thank you Charlie for being the kind and generous soul that you are. My wish is that you will find joy in your new home, peace in the arms of God and Love everlasting. How wonderful it has been to know you in the past few years. You will not be forgotten my friend. With warm wishes and prayers for your continued journey into light.

 

Elizabeth Morana posted on 3/19/21

Yes, God bless your beautiful soul, Charlie! I have thought of you often and remember you always with gratitude. May you realize your greatest wish...!

 

Marian Pannell posted on 3/18/21

I am one of the fortunate people who got to know Leslie while working together at Clear Creek. She was a wonderful person, talented and loving. We grieve her loss, and know she will always remain very much alive in the memories of those who loved, respected, and treasured her. I send my love and heartfelt sympathies to her darling Tally and the entire family.

 

Rowland Thomas posted on 3/18/21

Looking forward to walking those heavenly fairways with Charlie in the future

 

Connie Desselle posted on 3/18/21

You were a very dear friend !! I will never forget you kindness !! I will always miss you !!

 

Connie Desselle posted on 3/18/21

You will be missed so much !!!! You were a very sweet friend ! I will miss you always !!

 

Jeannie LIndsey posted on 3/18/21

So sorry to hear of Jimmy's passing. Jimmy's family and my family were members of Zion Hill Baptist Church when we were young. Sending prayers for comfort in the time of grief. God bless you and the family.

 

Dorothy Clauson posted on 3/18/21

God bless your beautiful soul Carlie. May love surround and comfort Linda, Gregory, Gwendolyn and family.

 

Rhonda Curry posted on 3/18/21

Jeanne - I'm so very sorry to hear of Carol's passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Carl Edward McGraw, Saluda, NC and Hillsboro, WI posted on 3/18/21

Betty Brown was the gem of Saluda, NC and of East Henderson High School. She was my teacher from 1975-1978. She encouraged me to go to college. She and Joe became my friends. While she never had children of her own, she was a mother to all that would open their hearts to her. I miss both Joe and Betty.

 

Kyra Parson posted on 3/18/21

Mrs. Nawrocki was teaching at Clear Creek the same time I attended. She never failed to have a smile on her face and a friendly wave whenever you passed by. She would always make you feel seen. Whether it was when she would crack a joke or compliment you on your outfit. Mrs Nawrocki was a beautiful soul. And she will be so beyond missed.

 

Cathy Curtis posted on 3/18/21

My friend Leslie was my very first friend in Jacksonville Florida in 1982. We have stayed in touch all these years, and I was so fortunate to get to see here up in Fletcher last September and share some wonderful days together. She took me to see one of her favorite waterfalls. Leslie’s quiet “coolness” & her sweet nature will be sorely missed by all who loved her.

 

The Jacobson Family posted on 3/18/21

A shining star - loved by all! Our deepest sympathies to the entire Kellogg family

 

Karen Bronson posted on 3/17/21

Oh Martha, I'm so saddened to hear of Steve's passing. Sending you much love!

 

Alton Connor posted on 3/17/21

With my thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to Bill, Pam and Jeanne in Carol's passing.

 

Laura Stearns posted on 3/17/21

Leslie was a dear friend of mine, and I will miss her dearly. She was a true friend when I needed one, and always had a kind word for me when I was troubled. I will miss our breakfasts at Scrambles. She will forever be with me in my memories.

 

Michael Weaver posted on 3/17/21

Meeting Al in Hendersonville is one of my finest memories. He was a winner in all aspects of his life. My condolences to his family

 

Judy DiVita posted on 3/16/21

So sorry for your loss.

 

Wayne Newton posted on 3/16/21

Rhonda an family so sad too hear of Frankie s passing , He was a great man and will be missed by many people who know him . He always had a smile and a gift too talk to everybody he saw . He was a good friend and I will miss him very much . May God bless an keep you all in his loving arms

 

Gale Barnett posted on 3/16/21

Our family is so sorry for your loss. Frankie and my brother, Steve Souther, were great friends. Frankie was so kind to us at Steve's funeral a couple of years ago. He shared some very special stories about their fishing adventures together. We know they are fishing together in Heaven now. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May God Bless you all.

 

Frank Valach posted on 3/15/21

Dearest Martha, my sincerest regrets. I have many memories of you and Steve. Not one that doesn't evoke the friendship, support, and affection the two of you brought to my life for a good many years. I send you love and strength in this sorrowful time.

 

Bill Myers posted on 3/15/21

Martha, I am so sorry to see the news about Steve's death posted on the TWS Website. The poor man. You had many good years together. I hope your friends and family can be meaningful to you at this said time. I'm thinking of you. B

 

Sandy Squillo posted on 3/15/21

To my beautiful Mother Superior, Martha. Hugs to you from afar. Steve was a wonderful man, and you were both so blessed to have each other. Loving and fond memories, your Agnes.

 

 

mary fronk posted on 3/15/21

In our Hearts always and forever

 

 

David and Jo Ann Fain posted on 3/14/21

There are not enough words to describe how we feel about the loss of our friend and co worker, Carol....We worked many years together. She was always able to brighten your day with her sweet spirit. We were both retired, but still able to see one another from time to time. So sorry she battled illness for most of her retirement years. She was so lucky to have her sister, Jeanne for many years while living with her health issues. She will be sorely missed, but know that our loss is Heaven's gain.

 

Rhonda Baker posted on 3/14/21

Gary, Bennett and family. My deepest sympathies on the loss of your Mom. You will remain in my prayers for comfort and peace

 

Janet Long posted on 3/14/21

Sorry for your lose, prayers for family and friends.

 

Betty Stepp at Carolina Village. posted on 3/14/21

Virginia was such a good friend. She was also such a gracious Day. I surely miss her.

 

Annette and David Stepp posted on 3/13/21

So sorry to hear about Virginia Ann! She was sweet and kind person! You are in our prayers. Her and Bob are having a great reunion!

 

Annette and David Stepp posted on 3/13/21

We are so sad to hear about Virginia Ann! She was a sweet lady with a kind heart! She will be missed. Her and Bob are having big reunion!

 

Angela Elliott posted on 3/13/21

We loved Franki. he was a palbearer for my dad and he has always been there for our family. He helped out on fixing cars working on our homes and being a friend and Rhonda you have also been a blessing. we love you and we will never forget y'all. Will said he was going to miss his Apples and Corn

 

Gary M Gaffney posted on 3/13/21

I am so, so sorry to hear of Harry passing. As a small boy, has I was passing his Garage he always stop and made time to talk to me. He away smiled and made the day cheerful.

 

gil phillips posted on 3/13/21

just saw where frankie passed BIG SHOCK i want to pass my prayers and condolences to his family known frankie since he played softball with pisgah shell and se him often at riverside brews I WILL MISS HIM GREAT GUY

 

Dean Galloway posted on 3/12/21

To the Family of Frankie, thank you so much for sharing Frankie with me through out the years. He and I spent so many mornings on the lake watching the sunrise. Talking with each other sharing family and life's experiences. He and I cast our last carolina rig together on March 6th 2021 but there will be a day when we fish together again. May God's Hand comfort you all in the days ahead. Dean Galloway and Family.

 

Benjamin E Johnson posted on 3/12/21

We loved Virginia at Carolina Village, she was a fine neighbor and friend. We knew of her Christian beliefs by her actions and speech.We will miss her.

 

Teresa Clayton posted on 3/12/21

Rhonda , I’m sending you and your family my love and condolences. Frankie was a great husband and father he will truly be missed . Love you cuz

 

Vince and Charlene Stone posted on 3/12/21

Rhonda and family, we are so sorry to hear of Frankie’s passing. We will always remember the fun we had during our kids cheerleading years and the many trips to competitions. He was always so much fun to be around. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you all. Vince and Charlene

 

Ronald and Debbie Jones posted on 3/12/21

Virginia was a very special person! Prayers for the whole family!

 

stanley & ginger honeycutt posted on 3/12/21

prayers to the Waters family, Frankie was a good friend.

 

Joel and Sylvia Reed posted on 3/12/21

Ms. Lancaster was a blessing and example for both of us. We were truly touched by her goodness and poise. We williss you, Ms. Virginia. Joel and Sylvia Reed

 

Debra Rhymer posted on 3/11/21

My mom called Virginia an ideal nurse. We appreciate her care for our family! Condolences to her family and friends

 

Karen DeRidder posted on 3/11/21

We are so sorry for the lose of your mother and grandmother. She was a very sweet woman and had a very kind soul. She will be missed.

 

Michael and. DONNA Ward posted on 3/11/21

We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Mrs Lancaster. We had the pleasure of meeting and talking with her at the orchard. She was a lovely lady. She will be missed terribly. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Love to the family

 

 

Lisa Cabe posted on 3/11/21

Heaven has gained a true Angel! Such a beautiful woman that will be missed beyond measure.

 

Jennifer Wilson posted on 3/11/21

To the family of Mr, Frankie Waters, you have my condolences during your time of bereavement.

 

Anthony Copeland posted on 3/11/21

I'm Frankie's first cousin (Anthony) from Chicago. I'm saddened to have heard of his transition . We've from time to time called each other. I used to come down there every summer as a teen but I hadn't seen the Waters family in years. I'm writing to send my condolences to my entire Waters family that consist of Aunts..Uncles...and cousins. I know it a irreplaceable loss for us all. I'm so sorry I'm unable to be there to attend the celebration of his young life. I will miss our talks and his presence will always be in my heart. My prayers are always with this family each and everyday. I send my love to you all. May God wipe away each and every tear...and mines...

 

Teresa Rogers posted on 3/11/21

Mary Francis I am so sorry for you loss. I know this time is hard and I will be praying for and your family. Bless you and keep you today and all days.

 

Debora Strickland (Summey) posted on 3/11/21

Ruth, So sorry for the loss of your husband, My condolences and love go to you and the family.

 

Ronald Reid posted on 3/11/21

So very sorry to hear of Frankie's passing. Worked with him at Ecusta. He was always pleasant, hard working and constantly smiling and laughing. Prayers for the family. He was a extremely talented individual and it is a shock to hear of his passing.

 

Vickie Conner posted on 3/11/21

Delton, Angie and Jamie So sorry for the loss of both parents in such a short time. Be strong and pray for strength and guidance. You will certainly miss your mom as she loved you all and her grandchildren. She's happy and pain free now with no worries. God bless you all.

 

Phyllis Lamb posted on 3/11/21

So sorry for the loss of my sister, prayers for you all Delton,Angie,Jamie and family love you she will definitely be missed

 

Phyllis Lamb posted on 3/11/21

So sorry for the loss of my sister keeping you all in prayers Delton,Angie,and Jamie she will definitely be missed love you all

 

Jim Groves posted on 3/11/21

I’m so sorry to hear of Frankie passing. He was always such a joy to meet and talk to. I worked several years with him at Ecusta and saw him at many sporting events. I will miss this friend. Prayers for the family.

 

Jay Kaiser posted on 3/11/21

I don’t think anyone could ever say a negative thing about Frankie. Always upbeat, friendly and running around. A good man and praying with others for the family

 

Linda Hill Glasgow posted on 3/11/21

Praying for you sweet family. Love and hugs.

 

Corum Smith & family posted on 3/11/21

Mary Frances, I am so very sorry that you have lost Jimmy. I cherish the memories of all the many get-togethers our families enjoyed over the years with our mutual friends. Anne and I also used to enjoy going to the fruit stand and Jimmy always had a few overripe peaches to share, which are a particular favorite of mine. Our families have remained close all these years and we always enjoyed keeping up with what all our children and grandchildren were doing. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers and I hope that you can find comfort in the thought that you will all see each other again one day. Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss and may God's richest blessings be upon you all during this time of grief.

 

Crystal McCall Gillespie posted on 3/11/21

Mr Frankie was a wonderful friend to my father, Junior McCall for many yrs. They worked together at Ecusta and stayed in close touch. In fact he had just visited them a few days before his passing to offer condolences for my sisters passing. He always had a sweet smile every time you saw him. Our deepest sympathy for this enormous loss to your family. May God Bless and comfort each one of you through this tough time

 

Tracy Spradley posted on 3/11/21

I'm so sorry was texting too fast&not paying attention. I'm so sorry for your loss of your husband for you&your family. Thinking of you and your family Cuz.

 

Tracy Spradley posted on 3/11/21

Rhonda(cuz) this is Tracy Spradley from McDonald's. I am so very sorry for your kids if your husband. I really hate that for you&your family. Thinking of you.❤️

 

Melanie Lyda Strickland posted on 3/11/21

Such a great guy...couldn’t ask for a better family friend! Hugs and prayers to all! ❤️

 

Judy Stroud posted on 3/11/21

So sorry to hear this Mary Frances and all the family. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this time.

 

Greg messer posted on 3/11/21

Frankie was a fine man. I always enjoyed running into him and just talking.

 

Delores (Bunchie "Sis") Daugherty N Family posted on 3/11/21

PRAYERS AND CONDOLENCES TO FAMILY...FRANKIE WAS ALWAYS FULL OF LAUGHS N PRETENSE OF WANTING TO PULL THAT KNIFE JOKINGLY TO CUT SOMEONE....A GREST SON, BROTHER, DADDY HUSBAND, UNCLE N FRIEND, ETC.....IF YOU EVER MET HIM U WOULD NEVER FORGET HIM...HARDWORKING YOUNG MAN....GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN...R.I.P. BRO I LOVE YOU ALWAYS

 

Brian and Carla Owens posted on 3/11/21

Frank was a wonderful man. He was a great coach to our boys. Prayers to the family.

 

Janice Sain Taylor posted on 3/10/21

So sorry for your loss. We will keep the family in our prayers.

 

John F Whitmire posted on 3/10/21

Frankie was a great youngster to coach. He was on my varsity basketball team at Edneyville High for several years. Was probably the best leaper I ever coached. Always listened well and did what "Coach John" asked!

 

Sandy English Walden posted on 3/10/21

I’m sorry for your loss praying for the family at this time of grief.

 

wayne Joann Pace posted on 3/10/21

Jimmy will be greatly missed by all in the community Our prayers with you all God bless Wayne, Joann Pace

 

Bea Brown posted on 3/10/21

My thoughts and prayers for all the family and friends

 

 

Linda W. Justus posted on 3/9/21

I was privileged to have Mrs. Betty Brown as my senior English teacher at East Henderson High in 1968. I have never forgotten her, as she did something very special for me. I was pregnant and needed credit for her class to graduate. She allowed me to come at 4:00 for English. I got my needed credit and graduated, thanks to Mrs. Brown. Then in 1968, my son also had Mrs. Brown as his English teacher. My sister was in The Laurels in 2018 before she passed away, and saw and talked to Mrs. Brown many times. She may not have remembered me, but I will always be fond of her memory and kindness. May GOD surround you with His peace that passeth all understanding. My prayers are with all of you.

 

debra wilbanks posted on 3/9/21

I will truly miss Mr. McAbee. he was always cutting up with you and made you laugh. when I would go by the apple stand I would go to his little office and aggravate him about sitting in his chair and not working. he would always cut up with me. My prayers are with his family . I will truly miss him.

 

Ginger D Colvin posted on 3/9/21

Prayers for you all! I love and miss you Lutricia!

 

Kaye Colvin posted on 3/9/21

My thoughts and prayers is with you Delton, Angie, and James! I am going to miss talking to my sister!

 

Shane Bradley posted on 3/9/21

To all the family i am so sorry about the loss of Mr Mac. I enjoyed many meals with him at the Mustang Cafe what a great man he was. We always made sure we had lunch together on our birthday as we celebrated the same day. I will miss seeing him. God bless all the family.

 

Waynette Bishop posted on 3/8/21

So sorry to hear this. Sending my love, prayers and hugs for your family Waynette

 

Waynette Bishop posted on 3/8/21

Oh I’m so bothered of this. He was such a wonderful man. I remember the time he pulled me over on Church Street just so he could say hey!! Mary Frances, Michelle, Christy, and Scott I’m so sorry to hear. Just think of the stories he is telling now. Sending love and peace to you all Love Waynette

 

Ellen Reed posted on 3/8/21

Had Mrs. Brown for homeroom in 8th and 9th grade and English at Flat Rock. Remember diagramming sentences!One of my favorite teachers.Family in my Prayers.

 

 

mary posted on 3/8/21

I MISS YOU Alice.We had good times with you and Tony.godspeed

 

 

mary posted on 3/8/21

I love you Alice.I think of our fun times all the time.You are with Tony.godspeed

 

Sharon posted on 3/8/21

Always looked forward to her class! Best English teacher ever, and so caring!. Sincere sympathy to the family.

 

Micheal & Debbie Hyder posted on 3/8/21

Mary Francis we are sorry for the passing of Jimmy (Don Ward). His great sense of humor and friendly personality will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers for comfort and peace for You and the family.

 

Wanda Oliver posted on 3/8/21

So sorry for your loss. I remember you and your mother and boys eating out and having a lovely time. I know you all will miss that. God bless you and comfort you.

 

Tom and Penny Weaver posted on 3/8/21

Mary Frances, we are so sorry to hear of Jimmy's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Vera Ann De Hart posted on 3/8/21

I grew up half in your home and half in my parents home. Your counseling and with Bernice your wife's guidance, I am forever grateful. My prayers are with all of the family, especially, Bernice and Lynda. I love you. Stay Well. Love and prayers, vera Ann De Hart.

 

Carol Kelly Allentown, Pa. posted on 3/8/21

My Dear Larry, I am so saddened to hear of your passing. I was your babysitter from the day you were born until you were about three years old and your family relocated.Many years went by before we got together for dinner and I met your wife and son. I never forgot your birthday and thought of you each year. My thoughts and prayers go out to your wife and family.

 

Mike Lockaby posted on 3/8/21

A great and caring teacher! Have very fond memories of her english class.

 

Linda Bailey posted on 3/7/21

Thank you for your service to our country.Rest in Peace.

 

Lynn Sellers posted on 3/7/21

Lori, was someone so special that can never be forgotten, may her soul rest in peace. Thoughts & prayers to your family. God Bless! Classmate

 

Charles Nelson posted on 3/7/21

Mrs. Brown, you were an excellent English teacher and you helped inspire me to go to college. I expect there are a lot of your former students who would say the same. The world needs more teachers like you

 

Debbie Chapman posted on 3/7/21

Mrs. Brown was one of my most favorite teachers. I had her for senior English. I always admired how well dressed she was and how well poised she was. She was a great teacher. My condolences go out to her family.

 

Christy constance posted on 3/7/21

I didn’t have her as a teacher but I did pass by her classroom and do know she will be missed she was always nice

 

Kathy Justus posted on 3/7/21

Mrs. Brown was one of my favorites at East Henderson! I had her all there year's foe English. She had so much knowledge and loved teaching. Class of 1981

 

Cassie Stallings posted on 3/6/21

I loved Ms. Betty Brown, the country needs more teachers like her in the world. It didn’t matter how many years had passed since she had seen you, she knew who you were, and wanted to know how things were, and she cares. She cared which is saying a lot now. She wasn’t easy on you, but she made sure you knew Shakespeare, and her appearance was always on point. Love you Ms. Betty Brown!

 

Sandy Buckner posted on 3/6/21

Thank you Mrs Brown for always encouraging me to be the best I could be. You taught a shy little girl to dream of bigger things. My love of books comes from the time I spent in your class. Prayers for the family as you have lost a true gem.

 

Marjorie Eich posted on 3/6/21

Dear Mr. Thomas “Lee” Simmons and Mrs. Sharon Matthews, I was just informed of your loss by Leslie Swinson Gough, which I’m terribly sorry for. My name is Marjorie, I’m French, living in France. Harvey W. Swinson was my grandfather, father of my father. I spent a lot of time trying to find and reach your mother. I would be very grateful if you wanted to contact me. Again, so sorry for your loss.

 

Aline buckner posted on 3/6/21

My best teacher that understood me and learned a lot English thru her...I got see her every day at East until her retirement..She was a true Lady ....

 

Betty Fisher posted on 3/6/21

My English teacher at Flat Rock One of the best teachers I ever had Taught my sons at East

 

Shirley Beddingfield Bayne posted on 3/6/21

Mrs. Brown was my favorite teacher at East High. Through her teaching, I learned to love and appreciate literature. I still carry that with me today. She was one of a kind. A priceless pearl in a sea of knowledge.

 

Jim Kirkpatrick posted on 3/6/21

Betty Ann was one of my favorite teachers ever. At Wake Forest, we were each to give a brief overview of Sir Gawain and the Green Night for British Literature. My professor from England was so interested in my analysis which Betty taught us a few years before that she kept me speaking for nearly 3 hours over 2 days! I would go on to work as weather anchor at WSPA TV which made her very proud and she asked me to judge the Coon Dog Day parade which I was honored to do for her! She was one of a kind and I dearly loved having her as a teacher and friend.

 

mary c frank ( Christine) posted on 3/6/21

I will miss seeing Betty when I go home...Peace be wth her !!!

 

Shane Messer posted on 3/6/21

Absolutely a wonderful teacher, and person in the community, she always had a way to make someone laugh.. she will be missed .

 

Linda Christopher posted on 3/6/21

Thank you Mrs. Brown for my love of books ! A wonderful teacher !

 

 

Linda Black Laughter posted on 3/6/21

Mrs. Brown was an excellent English teacher. I will remember her for the passion she had for teaching and I will never forget how nice she was to me over the two years that she was my English teacher at East Henderson. She was very caring, took time to help me with my studies and always pushed me to do better.

 

Samantha Rudder posted on 3/6/21

I loved being in your class. You will be missed. RIP sweet lady

 

Anna DeSimon Case posted on 3/6/21

A great teacher and wonderful friend. She always would say you and your mom was named after me, as my mom's name too was Bettye. Many memories after highschool and I'll cherish her knowledge forever. Rest in peace sweet lady.

 

Robbi (Plemmons) Busby posted on 3/6/21

Mrs. Brown was one of a kind. She was my English teacher my junior and senior year at East Henderson. My condolences to the family.

 

 

Chris posted on 3/6/21

She was my English teacher at East .Very nice lady a great teacher.

 

Sara Bergen posted on 3/6/21

Mrs. Brown was a unforgettable teacher. I never forgot her dedication, patience, and passion she exhibited in the classroom. Rest In Peace.

 

Michael Hardy posted on 3/6/21

Ms. Brown was my 10th grade English teacher at East Henderson High in '85/'86. I have thought of her many times through the years. She was a very kind lady. She will be missed.

 

Kim Owen posted on 3/6/21

Mrs. Brown was one of my most favorite teachers. My senior year she helped me grow my love of reading to more history and autobiographical topics. She was such a beautiful and special person. She will be truly missed. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Heaven gained a beautiful angel

 

June Frady posted on 3/6/21

She was a wonderful teacher, my deepest condolences to the family

 

Carolyn case posted on 3/6/21

Mrs Brown was the reason I finished school, if it wasn't for her I don't know how things would have turned out. She was always nice to me. Blessed to have known her, she will be missed.

 

 

Buddy Roper posted on 3/6/21

Mrs Brown helped me believe in myself that anything was possible if you worked for it and believed in it!

 

Linda Bell Adcox posted on 3/6/21

I had Mrs Brown as a teacher at East. I was a very shy student and she was very sweet to me. I appreciated her. God bless you Mrs Brown! Rest in peace.

 

Shane posted on 3/6/21

To all the family. I am so sorry to hear of Mrs Browns passing. I had the honor and privilege to have her as my Teacher at east henderson what a wonderful lady she was and a awesome teacher. God bless all. Rest in peace Mrs Betty. Go eagles class of 1990

 

Vera C Westall posted on 3/5/21

Was blessed to have known Betty as she began teaching at Flat Rock/East Henderson High School. Visited with her many times at the Laurels and loved seeing her smile when I told her of my appreciation for the many things she taught me. A very special lady.

 

Bob and Gail Harrelson posted on 3/5/21

Our condolences to all the family. We continue to pray for Dodie and Becky daily as they care for Anna.

 

Bob and Gail Harrelson posted on 3/5/21

Remember how faithful Richard was to provide firewood for folks in the community.

 

Ann Stover-Wyatt posted on 3/5/21

Betty Brown's high school classes were most memorable. I was fortunate to have her as a teacher at East Henderson High for several of those classes during my 3 years there. Godspeed, Mrs. Brown!

 

Carl Edward McGraw, Saluda, NC and Hillsboro, WI posted on 3/5/21

Betty was a true Southern Lady, a great teacher and a friend. Her signature blonde hair could be spotted a block away. She loved Joe and missed him terribly. When I had a booth at the farmer's market, she would stop and visit. I was hoping to visit her after the pandemic.

 

Dee Dee and Jack Adams posted on 3/5/21

Rest In Peace Lori

 

Daniel Jensen posted on 3/5/21

Mac - You lived a wonderful life and raised wonderful children. Happy to have met you even if just a few times. God bless you up above!

 

CINDY KEETER posted on 3/5/21

I'm so sad. We were talking about her today at Women's Club and how we always hoped that when we had a get-together she would make/bring her delicious coconut cake. A lovely lady.

 

 

GRACE McCarson posted on 3/5/21

My thoughts and prayers to Anna and family. Richard was a nice man , so willing to help people in need. He will be missed.

 

Kathy Freeman Jones posted on 3/4/21

Lori was my first best friend in 1st grade. We had such fun! I'm so sorry to hear this and my deepest condolences to all the family

 

Tammi posted on 3/4/21

I just saw this... my heart is breaking... I’ll never forget Rhoda stamping with me, and one year telling me my name was in her checkbook more than some non-profits

 

Mike & Cynthia posted on 3/4/21

Bella was a neighbor and will be missed for her curiosity about nature, kindness and consideration along with her fun loving personality.

 

Lisa McMurray posted on 3/4/21

So sorry to hear of Bellas passing. I will miss seeing her at her dental visits.

 

 

Debbie Walker posted on 3/4/21

Becky and Dodie, I'm sorry for your loss. I remember his smile, pipe but most of all the love he showed us kids growing up. Richard was a great man.

 

Yvonne posted on 3/4/21

I so enjoyed when Bella came in for her dental visits. Always so up beat and interested in whatever we would talk about. I will miss her.

 

Charles Summey Jr posted on 3/3/21

Sorry for your loss. She was a great, caring person. Her troubles and yours are now over. My thoughts and sadness is with the family. Charlie S.

 

Alton Connor posted on 3/3/21

John, my heart goes out to you in the passing of your wife, Bunny. I send my thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to you. Alton

 

Sharon Waldrup posted on 3/3/21

Amelia was a sweet friend and co-worker when we worked for the Clerk of Superior Court. She always had a smile and was such a comfort to others when she worked in the Estates office. She made the BEST Broccoli Casserole and every time we had a covered dish dinner at the courthouse, I always asked her to bring it. She told me one day that everyone would get tired of her bringing the same dish! I said "never" because it was so delicious. It is still one of my favorites that I cook at my own family gatherings. Prayers for the family as I know she will be greatly missed.

 

Shirley Byrd posted on 3/3/21

So sorry. Such a sweet man who loved his family

 

Shirley Byrd posted on 3/3/21

Charles I knew yrs ago as such sweet friend and kind man who absolutely adored his kids and family.

 

Shirley Janini posted on 3/3/21

RIP Uncle Richard, Was surprised to hear especially right after Mom passed in January. They can all be together now with their parents in glory! Our condolences to the family.

 

 

Debbie Boyer posted on 3/3/21

Dear Dodie and Becky, Me and Ken are so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I worked with Dodie at Berkeley and Kenny worked with Becky at GE and both of you are so loved! I never got to know your Dad at Berkeley, but I will always remember how he always had a kind ready smile in passing through the hallways of Berkeley and knowing Dodie as well as I do, I knew that he was a good soul! May God's peace and comfort surround you and your family through this loss! Sincerely, Debbie and Kenny Boyer

 

Martha Gaillard posted on 3/2/21

Sorry to hear about Richard. I knew him when his dad was pastor at Balfour UMC. Remember Anna when we were connected with Fruitland years ago. Thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Patsy Messer posted on 3/2/21

So sorry for the loss. Love to all. Love Patsy James Billy Karen

 

 

Connie Hensley Holt posted on 3/2/21

Fondest memories of Charles

 

Connie Hensley Holt posted on 3/2/21

Dearest Ruth, I'm so sorry to hear of Charles's passing. I think of the two of you often with very fond memories. I'd love to see you sometime, maybe you can email me your number. I love you and will be praying for you and the family.

 

Brenda Crossman posted on 3/2/21

I remember all the times that our families got together and have fun. I loved your dad and your mom too. I will keep the family in my prayers

 

Grace Strickland posted on 3/2/21

Sorry to hear this. RIP. I worked with both he and Anna. Wonderful people. May God be with the family.

 

 

Donna Schultz posted on 3/2/21

He was my friends dad and that makes him so special in my heart too. Condolences.

 

Deborah Pressley posted on 3/1/21

Lisa and family, At times when the loss is so great, words of condolence seem so small. May God hold you and each family member tight in his arms of comfort!

 

 

Connie Fullhart posted on 2/28/21

Charles Alan, you will forever be a light in my memory!

 

Connie Fullhart posted on 2/28/21

Where do I begin....I’ll just begin at the beginning. Charles was absolutely the sweetest and kindest kid, boy, young man, man I’ve ever known. No exaggeration. He was was talented in many ways. I liked to call him the animal whisperer. He loved animals and would rescue the injured and care for them until all ready to release or find a home for them. He was an amazing swimmer! He swam across the Mississippi River and back all at one time. He told me “Halfway back I thought, ‘ I should’ve thought about this a little more.’ “. When we were 12 & 13 yrs old, our families crossed the Mississippi River to spend the day on a sandbar. We took everything needed to spend the day having fun. I oukdnt swim (still can’t) and the current kept pulling me further out until it was getting over my head. Although I screamed frantically for help, it was perceived by everybody that I was just joking, except for Charles. He came running and swam out to me and brought me safely to the bank. He absolutely saved my life. He had a one of a kind sense of humor. He sculpted, he drew, he built. He was brave and stood up for the underdog. He was honest, he was wise. I could go on and on. We grew up together. Our families being friends, we were together almost daily. So I knew him well. He will be so very missed. I called him Charles Alan. So, Charles Alan, I will see you again one day. Until then, enjoy fishing in those beautiful heavenly waters !!

 

Heather Powell posted on 2/28/21

I miss you so much maw. I wish I could spend one more day with you and paw, but one day we will all be together again. I love you with all my heart.

 

 

Cat Andrews posted on 2/28/21

Charlie was one of the finest co-workers I ever had the pleasure of knowing. He was a kind, honest and caring man and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

 

 

Cat Andrews posted on 2/28/21

Charlie was one of the greatest co-workers I ever had the pleasure of knowing. A fine, honest and caring man! Will miss him dearly.

 

Pam Case McDonald posted on 2/27/21

Ruth, I am so sorry to hear of Charles' passing. I have often thought of the two of you through the years. Sending prayers for God's comfort and peace to you and your family.

 

 

Deborah Justice posted on 2/27/21

Stephanie Guest Smith, My deepest sympathy on the loss of your family member.

 

 

Deborah Justice posted on 2/27/21

Stephanie Guest Smith

 

Toni Hoh posted on 2/27/21

I worked for Jet Messenger for 13 years. I always enjoyed dealing with Larry. He was a man with vision and inspiration. He was always upbeat and thoughtful. Also truly a family man. I have so many great memories working with the Day family.

 

Kathryn Gray posted on 2/27/21

Pat was the best sister-in-law anyone would want. she loved my brother and that was enough for me. We had some good times visiting back and forth while our kids were small. Phone conversations always left me smiling even when I knew Pat was in pain. Her smile and amazing funny stories will pop up in my mind when I least expect it. These memories help me in my sorrow of the loss of my brother and sister-in-law.

 

Ellen Heath Fields posted on 2/26/21

Don the Plumber was a great friend to Katie (dog) after Matilda died. He invited her to go help him paint his house. He said she could do the baseboards as she is so low to the ground. She would wait for his white truck in the mornings. I would like to contribute to a go fund me to help with expenses.

 

Charlene Harris posted on 2/26/21

My deepest sympathies are sent your way. Mr. Pace was very nice dAy with a warm smile. Sending prayers for everyone especially Mrs. Pace.

 

Dr. John and Donna Crawford posted on 2/25/21

Ruth, Charles always had a warm smile and friendly greeting for us. Sounds as if he went through a lot with his illness. Be proud of almost sixty six years with such a fine gentleman! As we remember Charles, we are thinking of all family members.

 

Ellen Fisher Macdonald-Almazan posted on 2/24/21

Amelia and her late husband, J.D., were both members of my high school class (HHS, 1959). I remember them both fondly and am so sorry to hear of Amelia's passing on February 20. Sending condolences to Melissa and all of the family.

 

Debbie Barnwell posted on 2/24/21

Amelia always had a smile and was helpful to a sometimes struggling paralegal. I've missed her since her retirement. My condolences to the family.

 

Sally and Carol Whitten posted on 2/24/21

David, we were sorry to hear of your loss and are thinking of you.

 

 

Kay Smith posted on 2/23/21

Loved you my Dear Friend See you again soon!

 

Terry Rogers posted on 2/23/21

Aaron I am so sorry for missing this notice, my mother died the same day. You mom and dad were very good friends of my family and my Mother. They were such staples to our church time and through Thomas Shepherds, (my family is the Johnsons). Your dad will be missed at church and in the community! Blessing to all of you.

 

 

Michelle Guest posted on 2/23/21

I remember Dianne from Cleveland County Girls Club about 40 years ago. Dianne just a wonderful person with a big heart.

 

Bill Price posted on 2/23/21

Pleased to have known you as a friend Mac. And your wife Rusty too.as we say in the Army ..”And the Caissons keep rolling along “

 

Bill Price posted on 2/23/21

Pleased to have known you as a friend Mac. And your wife Rusty as well. As we say in the Army “The Caissons keep rolling along”.

 

Millicent Crockett posted on 2/23/21

Prayers to you all Jordan you will be truly missed all I have is the memories we shared ❤️

 

Millicent Crockett posted on 2/23/21

Prayers to you all Jordan you will be truly missed I’m still can’t believe you are no longer with us ❤️❤️

 

Sandy and Stacy Buckner posted on 2/22/21

Kaye , We were so sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. He was a true Gem. We will always cherish the friendship we shared. He always teased me about getting his Christmas card out before mine. I usually did beat him to it. Please know we are here for you if you need anything you know where to find us. Love and prayers

 

Cynthia Moser posted on 2/22/21

I was so sad to hear about Harry's death. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers, Kaye

 

Sarah Thibodeau posted on 2/22/21

Kaye, Evans and I are so sorry to hear Harry has passed away. It was always so pleasant to be greeted by his big smile and cheerful hello on Sunday mornings. Thank you for including the TPC members as his family. I believe we truly are. God bless you and bring you peace, The Thibodeaus

 

Mary Frances Wolski posted on 2/21/21

Steve and I wired together for many years. I remember him as a dear friend. Mary Frances

 

Sherry Carson posted on 2/21/21

I don’t think I really appreciated my mom until I became a mother myself. In the first days at home with my first son, Joshua, she was there to help me. My husband was sick with the flu. She showed me how to hold this precious new life, how to nurse him. I was surprised how some of the mothering didn’t really come naturally as I expected. I didn’t know what the heck I was doing! But she showed me—after all she had four of her own. She showed me a trick of how to hold the baby, sitting with a propped up knee so I could eat dinner myself! Amazing trick. Then with my 2nd, Michael, who was born 2 months premature in NC away from my home in Ohio, she was there again helping to take care of Josh while I visited mike. Hubby had to return to work in Ohio. And then she came to see mike as well. Holding a premature baby helps them grow! She was an amazing mother and I believe I was a good mother because of her.

 

Robert Carde posted on 2/21/21

Steve and I were co-workers in the years leading up to his retirement and our families remained good friends thereafter. My thoughts and prayers are with Martha and her family.

 

 

Janet Tsakis posted on 2/20/21

I love you Uncle Ted.

 

 

Linda McElroy Thomas posted on 2/20/21

During our young family's life, mom was always busy, cooking, cleaning, doing laundry...but occasionally she would build a Barbie Doll house out of a box or teach me an embroidery stitch. I remember one time on Dogwood Dr., while the kids were still young, she hid in the coat closet in the middle of the row house and knocked on the door. We thought someone was at the front door....but no one was there. We heard the knock again and all of us ran to the back door...no one was there! She must have had us run back and forth several times, until we figured it out....we were all rolling on the floor laughing when she finally came out! She may have been hiding to get a little quiet time, but she also had a great sense of spontaneous playfulness.

 

Sheila Rogers posted on 2/20/21

I remember Mike well I was his sister Gail's best friend he used to terrorize us when I spent the night. I am surprised to just now see his passing. I was looking for info on Gail and saw this. If the family sees this can you respond with where Gail is buried Mike promised to let me know but never did. I would love to know how Cecilia is too.

 

ClaireL Holz posted on 2/18/21

We met on FB and became wonderful friends. Until we're together again yo meet in heaven. Love you honey ❤

 

 

Susan Biles posted on 2/17/21

Aunt Joyce, your sweet voice and beautiful smile will be missed. I know Uncle Claude was sure happy to see you walk through those heavenly gates. Love you ♥️

 

Mary McPherson posted on 2/15/21

I occasionally had the pleasure of working with Tony at a skilled nursing facility in Lake Waccamaw, NC. What a pleasure he was to be around! We bonded over our sensitivity to the current state of things and shared similar political opinions while on our lunch breaks. He was a sensitive soul that had a deep understanding of the complexities of human nature. He voiced his sadness at the current state of things and was perpetually concerned. I learned so much from him and still use therapy techniques that he taught me, even though he had no idea that he was teaching. He truly led by example and I am honored that I had a chance to know him. I remember he spoke of his family with affection and was really excited to be going to visit them in his folks’ new home, if my memory serves. The world is a better place having known Tony Case. If we treated one another the way that he treated me then the world wouldn’t know this pain. Love you, Brother.

 

Haley C posted on 2/15/21

Larry was such a sweet but stubborn man. Thats what made Larry Larry! Wouldnt have changed him for the world. I was lucky enough to have known him and was lucky enough to have met his sweet sister robbie and his caregiver Tater. You will be missed but you are no longer suffering.

 

Ralph Romanelli posted on 2/13/21

We send our condolences to the family from Ralph and Glorianna Romanelli, friends of Lisa.

 

Kathy and Michael Rhodes posted on 2/13/21

Aaron, your dad will be missed, I am so sorry for your loss. We will be thinking of you.

 

Martha Barnette Gordon posted on 2/13/21

Rabon was a wonderful man he was my stepdad for a number of years. My Mom was Ruth he taught me to drive and was the most patient man you could ever want to know. I am very sorry for the families loss.

 

Susan Diegan posted on 2/13/21

I am so sorry for the world's loss of such a kind man. I know the last few years have been a challenge but i remember a previous time of joy. Know that I am here if you need me.

 

William Graham posted on 2/13/21

Jo Ann, I am sorry to hear of your loss. I will be praying for you and your family. I enjoyed working with Mark at DuPont for over 10 years. He was an outstanding mechanical engineer and his faith and love of people was apparent.

 

Stacy Fisher posted on 2/13/21

It was a joy and privilege to have Mark as a cherished member of our community at MountainCare. He always knew how to make us laugh. He will be greatly missed.

 

Nan and Terry Rosta posted on 2/13/21

We are so sorry to hear of Mark's passing. You are in our thoughts.

 

Tena Rummage posted on 2/13/21

Jo Anne, I was so sorry to hear this news. I am grateful to have met Mark just a few years ago and felt lucky to share in the laughter of some of his infamous jokes. My prayers will be with you in the days ahead. I love you. Please come and visit.

 

Dotti Harris posted on 2/13/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Brother Forbes was a kind hearted gentleman. He will be missed by many who benefitted from his kindness.

 

Dotti Harris posted on 2/13/21

I am so sorry for your loss, Jo Anne. Brother Forbes was a good hearted gentleman.

 

Doug and Edith Bayne posted on 2/12/21

Our condolences to Eulanne and the family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Earl Bishop posted on 2/11/21

My condolences to Rabon’s family. I worked with him in the forklift garage at GE. Earl Bishop

 

 

Sharon T.King posted on 2/11/21

Maybin family, So sorry for your loss. I worked with Rabon in maintenance at GE for many years. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this time. Joe & Marilyn Thompson

 

Myrna Gibbs posted on 2/11/21

Carol was a delight to be with. We played a lot of golf together. You always knew how she felt about things. Her beautiful smile will be missed.

 

David & Sherry Conley posted on 2/11/21

Thinking of you and your family during this time. Randy was such a nice person. I would always have to cut up with him in church when Myra and Maria would bring him in. I always enjoyed my visit. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Margie Capell posted on 2/11/21

Wow, seems I've known Don all my life. He will be missed in many avenues of life. Such a great guy.

 

Charlene harris posted on 2/10/21

Although I do not know you personally my heart grieves for your loss. You will remember your precious son everytime there is a gentle breeze, a spring drizzle of rain or when the beautiful flowers begin to spring forward. I am truly sorry

 

JON LAUGHTER posted on 2/10/21

lINDA AND i HAVE KNOWN MR..HOLBERT FOR MANY YEARS. ALWAYS A SMILE AND A KIND WORD. AND A JOKE.BEYOND HIS HEALTH PROBLEMS.

 

Doris Henderson Arduengo posted on 2/10/21

I have know Don Ray from school, having known his family and enjoyed classes with his brother Clark and wife Linda. Don was always there for my family in Hendersonville. We always appreciated the Professional Care he gave to each one of our family, way above and beyond his required job. Wonderful man from a wonderful family. He will be missed. God Bless his family!!

 

Bud and gail laughter posted on 2/10/21

We loved Larry and he will be missed, he always had a smile.. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family

 

Fred/Darla posted on 2/9/21

Beautiful lady. We will miss her.

 

Marybeth Sides posted on 2/9/21

Major Sipes is 1of the most Godly people that I know. Every time I saw him and his wife he was always smiling. He meant a lot to my boyfriend Chris and I and also my family may Major Sipes rest in peace

 

Toby and Sigrun posted on 2/9/21

Aaron, Our prayers and heartfelt sympathy are with you and the rest of the family. We will miss Don's smile and positive spirit. We always enjoyed seeing him at the beverage table for Wed. night dinners.

 

Susan Cottrell Beilman posted on 2/9/21

To Ed, Carol, and Susan, I send my sincere condolences for the loss of your wife and mother. My prayers are with you all at this sad and difficult time.

 

Diane Snyder posted on 2/9/21

We miss you so much. It is still hard to believe how sudden this happened, especially right after the vaccine. Thanks for being such a caring and loving person to all of us, especially all the help you provided us with the kids and even teaching me how to make jello – yes jello. We love you so much and when you see Suds give him a hug from all of us – we love and miss you — Diane —

 

Paul and Frances Taylor posted on 2/9/21

Our thoughts are with you, In the sorrow you bear. May Gods presents always stay at your side to comfort you throughout these days.

 

Mark Finley posted on 2/8/21

Jeff and Tamara, I was sad to hear about Lou's passing. What a wonderful person. Your Aunt Lou took me under her wings when I began my teaching career at Bruce Drysdale. I will always remember how she went out of her way to make me feel welcome when I first moved to Hendersonville and didn't know a soul in town. She was a very special lady!

 

Larry and Patty Williamson posted on 2/8/21

We remember Sunny and Rap enjoyed going out to eat with us and usually going for a scenic country ride after.

 

Alexander Demetriou posted on 2/8/21

I will miss your radiance, your uplifting words, and your smile. You always shared so much of your love with our family. Sarah and I are so grateful that you were able to spend time with our son. You will be missed and remembered always. Thank you for being such a blessing! We love you

 

Joyce Patton posted on 2/8/21

Joyce Patton

 

Brendan Koch posted on 2/8/21

I remember that she was always very full of life and energy. As, all of the family was as they stayed close even as they were far away! That's something to hang on to. May God keep her safe in Heaven and Bless and, protect her family on Earth.

 

Peter Giudici posted on 2/7/21

Sending my condolences to all of the family and friends of Sunny. I unfortunately never got the chance to meet her in person and to see that whit I would hear so much about, but I know how much she meant to you all.

 

Sarah demetriou posted on 2/7/21

You were the best grandma anyone could ask for. You were always so present spending time with any of your grand children, and loved taking us to have fun. You were always so caring about everyone else around, and brought a smile to those you met. We miss you so much, with so much love, Sarah, Alex and Cyrus

 

Celia H. Miles posted on 2/7/21

Patricia contributed to three of the anthologies of western NC women writers--beautiful and memorable poems; she came to the writers' parties, always a graceful, most pleasant, highly creative woman. "Blue Dome Cathedral" to "Women's Spaces Women's Places" in 2011. She was an inspiration in her writing and her presence. I am sorry to hear of her death.

 

Marion Andersen & family posted on 2/7/21

So sorry to hear about Don's passing. He was the best part of Roy's Tuesdays at the church desk. Don brought joy and ease to all of us. With love, Marion and Steve Andersen

 

 

JANET (CAREGIVER) posted on 2/7/21

IT WAS AN HONOR THAT I HAD THE CHANCE TO TAKE CARE OF YOU AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE THE LAST FEW MONTHS. OF YOUR LIFE AND IN THE LIVES OF YOUR FAMILY. YOU WILL BE MISSED, BUT YOUR MEMORIES WILL BE CHERISHED.

 

Rebecca Jackson McCall posted on 2/7/21

Mrs Miller will always be remembered by me as my favorite elementary school teacher. She taught me, at the age of seven, to step out and try new things. She was a beautiful person, inside and out.

 

 

Doug Snyder posted on 2/7/21

I will miss you having dinner with us at Casa Torres every week Mom.

 

Doug Snyder posted on 2/7/21

I miss you already mom. Thanks for being such a great mother all of these years. You have always been a caring and compassionate person to not only your family and friends, but to so many others. I’m glad you and I were so close and got to spend time together. I will miss our times going junking, running errands, and going out for Mexican food. I love ya Mom, and will see you again some day. -Doug-

 

Reiner & Yolan Kreuzer posted on 2/6/21

We saw Roger drawing closer to God during his time in Cottonwood, Arizona. We have fond memories of Bible Studies and fellowship on Sabbath afternoons. Likewise, we enjoyed many ‘mystery’ outings with Roger and Charlotte. RIP Roger, Jesus is coming soon to take you to your eternal home and those nagging back pains shall be NO MORE!

 

Sherry Shumaker posted on 2/6/21

Oh Randy was such a caring person. One of the first memories was of meeting him at church Pentecostal Holiness Church on Washington Street.

 

Ron and Glenda Corn posted on 2/6/21

I tried to call Bea on her last birthday but didnt get an answer. I never found out how to get in touch with her. We have good memories of her and her family. We will miss her.

 

 

Debra posted on 2/6/21

In loving memory of Grandma and watching cowboy movies

 

Saralee Nickell posted on 2/6/21

Aaron, how I will miss visiting with your Dad on Sunday. From your years in high school both your parents were very special people to me and treasured friends. I cherish their memory.

 

Michele Demetriou posted on 2/6/21

Sending love and blessings to the family and all who loved Sunny.

 

DOROTHY Ann JEFFERY posted on 2/6/21

I am sorry for you loss.Please accept my heartfelt sympathies. My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family

 

Glenn and Susie Hyder posted on 2/6/21

Our sympathy for all the family. We are sorry for your loss. You all are in our prayers. God bless and comfort your hearts. Glenn and Susie

 

Devin Wiburn posted on 2/6/21

I had the privilege of working with Don Ray several years back. Actually, he is the reason I got the job and was able to move to Hendersonville. Although I haven't seen him in years, he frequently crossed my mind and I am so thankful that I had the opportunity to meet and get to know him. I will be forever grateful for what he did for me and my prayers of comfort and peace go out to you, the family. Sincerely, Devin Winburn

 

Ina Gonzalez Jones posted on 2/6/21

Ina Jones

 

Ina Gonzalez Jones posted on 2/6/21

Mi mas sentido pesame amiga. Sera una perdida irremplasable. Ina Jones

 

Linda Christopher posted on 2/6/21

Thinking and praying for you all during this time. He was a wonderful man and had a smile for everyone.

 

 

Barbara Moffitt posted on 2/6/21

we were so sorry to hear of the loss of Terry. you are in our thoughts and prayers

 

 

Barbara Stepp posted on 2/6/21

Being the mither in law of Jeff i had the opportunity to have many lovely meals with "Aunt Lu". She was a lovely lady.

 

Linda posted on 2/6/21

I am so glad I got to know sweet Roger. Enjoyed celebrating your anniversary, the bible studies, great meals and fellowship. And of course his harmonic playing. SI!

 

Coe Raulerson posted on 2/5/21

Oh, how I loved working with Don in the kitchen at church. He really had a great sense of humor and such a big ❤️ heart. He will be missed by so many. Aaron, I am so sad for you. If you ever need a friend to talk to, don't hesitate! You take care. Love, Coe

 

Ernie & Diana Dermid posted on 2/5/21

Many good memories of Randy! Definitely a “bigger than life” man! Prayers and hugs to his family.

 

Ernie & Diana Dermid posted on 2/5/21

Many good memories of Randy. Definitely a “bigger than life” kind of man! Praying for all of his family. Love you all!

 

r&d blake posted on 2/5/21

To Brian's wife and children. I am so very sorry for your loss. This tragic event will change your lives forever. But do not be fearful or afraid. God will guide you through these trying times, and for the rest of your life. Surround yourself with good people and trust that God will be by your side. You will be OK.... R&D Blake

 

Don Bowen posted on 2/5/21

Very sorry for your loss. Don was a good man. Always had a kind word every time I saw him.

 

Ben posted on 2/5/21

Don and I were members of the same Sunday School Class. So sorry for your loss.Rest in His Peace.

 

McFarland Funeral Chapel posted on 2/5/21

Don was a true professional! He will be missed!

 

Vincent Smith posted on 2/5/21

I hate to hear that Terry is gone I’m very sad for the family he’s been a dear friend since high school rest in peace oh boy

 

James & Freida Webb posted on 2/5/21

So sorry for your loss.

 

Staci Blatt posted on 2/5/21

Eva, We are very sorry for your loss of Hubert. He had a zest for life and was a great chef! Hubert's Restaurant was always our destination when my parents came to town. Our condolences to you and your family. He will be missed.

 

Marcella Radke posted on 2/5/21

My traveling with friend Don - will I miss you "YES" now who am I going to tell to "shut up" and when will I hear "your shut up to me". All the times that your name come to my mind - I'll hear you telling me to "shut up". Love you dear friend with all your ideas of traveling and saving deals that we all enjoyed together. And the Russian nesting dolls that you bartered for both of us to come up with a good deal. Please watch over us now from where you are - I know I'll join you one day. Friend, Marcella

 

Debbie Bell posted on 2/4/21

My prayers for peace and comfort for your family. I truly know what a huge part of your lives Dan filled. He taught me much over the years, I will miss him so and he was always a remarkable, loyal friend to Larry. Thank you for sharing him with us.

 

Sue Lind posted on 2/4/21

So long, Bill. A good man, a good husband & father, a good life. I am happy to have known you. And now a new journey. Be at peace. Best memories, Sue m

 

Selina Edney posted on 2/4/21

My deepest sympathies to Betty, Gary, and sweet Karen on the loss of your precious Terry. May you feel God's hand on you, giving you peace and comfort. My kindest and loving thoughts are with all of you.

 

Lisa Sizemore posted on 2/4/21

Deepest sympathy for your loss.

 

Otto Morgan posted on 2/4/21

Roger I will miss chatting with you about those miniature horses and those cool dogs you raised too. It was an honor to know you and to be your friend.

 

Pat and Ted McCall posted on 2/4/21

Karen, we extend our deepest condolences in the loss of your brother. Losing one so dear to you is made so much more difficult by these times of isolation. Our prayers for peace and comfort as you lovingly remember your brother.

 

 

Jane Johnson posted on 2/4/21

So very sorry to all of you.

 

Frank Blazey III posted on 2/4/21

Jack and Sybil were my parents closest friends in Hendersonville. Sybil was so outgoing and interested in others. She reached out to me when I moved to H’ville in 2005, and got married in 2008. After my folks passing I stayed in touch w Sybil where she was just as upbeat and newsworthy as ever. I’m sure she was a tremendous influence for your whole extended family and will be missed greatly. RIP Sybil.

 

Alejandra López posted on 2/4/21

Liceth prima sintiendo de corazón tu dolor y el de tus hijas, pero Dios les va a dar la fortaleza para seguir adelante, él está con ustedes, uno esto de momento no lo entiende, pero ya tienen un angelito que siempre vivirá en sus corazones, las quiero mucho primita, QEPD somos familia y así como las alegrías las tristezas también son de todos, Dios les bendiga y les proteja siempre, un beso y abrazo.

 

Marge Goethe posted on 2/3/21

I am Frank's cousin and first met Pat on a double date when I visit Frank's family in Cincinnati. The next time we visited Chicago's MoS&I on the same day. We attended a family wedding in Virginia. Jerry and I tried to visit when we vacationed in Ashville, but Pat & Frank were gone on a retreat. What a disappointment. Nevertheless Christmas cards became a tradition.

 

Earl Bishop posted on 2/3/21

Sibyl was a dear friend to my wife and I. Our condolences to her family. Elaine and Earl Bishop

 

Duane Bauer posted on 2/3/21

Oh my Brother in Christ Roger, I pray you do rest well and I pray I’m able to meet you either in the clouds or on the sea of glass!

 

Karen Hill posted on 2/3/21

I also fondly remember our family visits to Uncle Don and Aunt Kate's home in Ohio - especially the "hidden" back staircase and the large open air porch. I also seem to recall that Uncle Don never finished painting that large house - just painted a different section each summer. My Mom (Pauline) & Aunt Kate were close in age and shared much with each other through the years. I always thought they could have been twins - they were so much alike in many way. Together again forever... full lives led.

 

Diane Restelli posted on 2/3/21

My memorable Auntie moment

 

Diane Restelli posted on 2/3/21

I remember our visits to the big, classic house in Fostoria, OH. My Aunt was so happy and fun. I always felt welcomed, and loved our family visits. She will be missed, but now she is with her other 9 brothers and sisters and all family she dearly loved

 

David Wright posted on 2/3/21

We await the day when we can say, "Now I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away...Then I,...saw the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And I heard a loud voice from heaven saying, “Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people. God Himself will be with them and be their God. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away...behold, I make all things new.” - Revelation 21:1-5

 

Clive and Judy Possinger posted on 2/3/21

We send our love and pray you will feel God's loving arms around you to comfort and sustain you.

 

John Ruhl posted on 2/3/21

Not a sweeter lady have I ever known. Jesus is holding my dear friend now and heaven is a place more beautiful.

 

wayne joann pace posted on 2/3/21

Your loss is Heavens gain ! Such a dear sweet lady. Remembering your family in our prayers Joann Wayne Pace

 

Barbara Roberts posted on 2/3/21

As a child, I always enjoyed visiting Ain’t Kate and Uncle Don with my family, My sympathies and prayers for the family.

 

Terry Garren posted on 2/2/21

My first memories of golf at Etowah include Dan Yarborough. He was a great friend to my father and a mentor to me. He was the best of the best. With warmest regards. Terry and Maria Garren

 

Sherry and Mike Fox posted on 2/2/21

We send our condolences to you and family. Aunt Catherine was a very sweet person. God bless you all

 

Tommy and Jane Cordell posted on 2/2/21

We were very sorry to hear of Dan's passing. We have so many fond memories of times spent with Dan and Sara over the years since joining Etowah Valley Country Club in the 60's. Dan was a good friend and will be missed.

 

Kathy Justus posted on 2/2/21

Until we meet again sweet "Roger " May you rest in your sleep. It was such an honor to know you and love you... Kathy Justus..aka Boots ❤

 

Tim Trantham posted on 2/2/21

One of the finer gentlemen one could ever meet. Always loved a round of golf with him. He will be missed greatly! Prayers for the family.

 

John McNiff posted on 2/2/21

My Deepest Condolences to the entire Yarborough Family. Dan was a beautiful person very congenial to everyone. He was re-known for his ability to read every green at Etowah Valley Golf Club and if you made the putt after following his advice there would be a giggle coming from Dan. I understand he was one of those involved in starting the Shark Shootout at EVGC and he was re-known by all the golfers that came from numerous states to play in the Tournament. Dan you will be missed I hope you Rest in Peace.

 

MICHEAL & DEBBIE LAUGHTER HYDER posted on 2/2/21

SHE WAS SUCH A KIND AND LOVING SOUL!! MY MEMORIES OF DOLLY, NATHAN, DWHITT AND HER COMING TO THE FISH CAMP TO EAT, AND THEM INSISTING THAT I WAIT ON THEM. FAMILY ALL MY LIFE, LOVE AND MISS THEM ALL!! PRAYERS FOR THE FAMILY FOR COMFORT AND PEACE KNOWING SHE IS IN HEAVEN WITH ALL THE LOVED ONES GONE ON BEFORE HER! OH WHAT A GLORIOUS TIME THEY ARE HAVING!!

 

Melanie Walker posted on 2/2/21

I am so sorry for your loss and my heart hurts with you. Love you guys.

 

Earlene Stepp posted on 2/2/21

I loved my Aunt Ruth. She was a sweet and loving person. My prayers are with the whole family

 

Mariyn Alper posted on 2/2/21

Kay, I am sorry for the loss of your nephew. Thinking about you and Cindy during this hard time.

 

Pricilla Lunsford posted on 2/1/21

My deepest sympathy my sweet friend! Praying for you and your sweet girls!❤

 

Rose Ruff Colecio posted on 2/1/21

Divine I'm sorry to hear of your mom's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Ronald Means posted on 2/1/21

Sorry For Your Loss.

 

Duane & Marcella Radke posted on 2/1/21

Dear Don thank you for being such a good friend. We worked, retired, traveled and played together. We skied from Canada to Taos New Mexico. Vacationed on 4 continents and 33 countries.Now you are on to the ultimate destination. While you maybe be gone, 30+ years of memories live on, we still love and will miss you forever. I believe we'll see you again Duane & Marcella Radke

 

Rebecca Ward posted on 2/1/21

I joined Eben and my dad for breakfast many times in Hendersonville before my father, Don Ward, moved to Annapolis in 2018. He was a great friend to my dad and an enjoyable breakfast companion! My condolences to his family and friends.

 

Julián Bernal posted on 2/1/21

Hola Liceth, es Julián Bernal. La verdad no es que sea muy fan de las redes sociales pero me encontré con esta triste noticia. En verdad lo siento muchísimo. Dios te de mucha fortaleza para superar esta pérdida y para seguir luchando por la familia. Recibe un abrazo por parte mía y la de mi familia.

 

Peggy Remé posted on 2/1/21

Praying for you and your family. My sincerest condolences.

 

Janice Nixon posted on 2/1/21

Sending my deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

J. Carter posted on 2/1/21

Prayers to Samantha and her family. Her teachers at FRMS are thinking of you all and send love and hugs.

 

G. Spicer posted on 2/1/21

I am so sorry for your loss and praying for you all.

 

Lisa Catalano posted on 2/1/21

Im so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all you girls.

 

Floretta Ruiz posted on 2/1/21

Prayers for your family...I am so sorry for your loss

 

Angela Tipton-Huss posted on 2/1/21

I am so sorry for your loss!

 

Stacey Kalkines jeanne Pappass niece posted on 2/1/21

My condolences Mrs. FRANZ, Beth and Pam

 

TAMMY WEST posted on 2/1/21

To the Wilkie family, we are saddened to hear of the passing of Pauline. She was such a sweet lady and will be missed. May God bless and comfort you all. Randall and Tammy West

 

Terry Rogers posted on 2/1/21

Pam and family, I am so sorry for you loss. Bless you all and know you are in my prayers. Love you Pam

 

Pat and Arthur Stepp posted on 2/1/21

We are sorry for your loss, a very sweet lady. May God give all of you comfort and peace. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Susan Lively Neal posted on 2/1/21

My heartfelt sorrow is with all of you. I have never known anyone like Ruth. She was little in stature but she had such a huge presence! She was a wonderful lady! I know she was welcomed into Heaven with great joy! Love and prayers.

 

Ann Abbott posted on 2/1/21

Love you Granny Ruth Such a sweet LADY Praying for family and friends

 

Ann Abbott posted on 2/1/21

Granny Ruth such a sweet LADY There’s coming a day we will meet again Praying for family and friends

 

Kathy M Nash posted on 1/31/21

Such a sweet, kind & loving soul granny was. She was indeed the heartbeat of the family & everyone loved her. She has certainly left her mark on this world by the love & kindness she showed others. Granny rest in peace...

 

 

Karen Blando posted on 1/31/21

Such a beautiful soul! Until we meet again! Love you Granny Ruth. XO

 

Donald Borgarding posted on 1/31/21

Dottie, I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Eben as "Charlie" from working with him in New York at Liberty Mutual. He was very smart, very competent, personable and well respected both inside and outside the company. He always had good things to say about his family. He was proud of his family. I am sure God's face is shinning on him now.

 

Christine Garren posted on 1/31/21

My prayers are with the entire family during this difficult time! Jordan was a blessing to know and I loved his super sweet, loving heart and easy going nature! Heaven gained a beautiful soul! Love and prayers to all!

 

Jackie and Bill Eadie posted on 1/31/21

Our deepest sympathy, Dottie, at the passing of your dear husband. I will always remember the many hikes in these mountains with Eben -- especially the Forty Peaks Beyond 6000' -- when he could counted on for a long coversation to help pass the day-long hikes. Our group of ten Forty Peakes nicknamed him "Walkie Talkie". We learned all about his life, his family and the young people he lovingly helped. He was one of a kind. Bless Eben and bless you, Dottie.

 

 

Sharon T. King posted on 1/31/21

Jenny & family, So very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time. My Dad thought so much of Dan at G.E. Cherish all the good memories you shared as a family, keep them close to your heart. Our love, Joe & Marilyn Thompson Tommy & Sharon King

 

Michael anders posted on 1/31/21

Dear Hugh and family,so sorry to hear Mr Yarborough,s passing. Please know our family,s thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time. Mr.and mrs Michael Anders and family

 

Verna Heimbindef posted on 1/31/21

Dorothy, dear - Just yesterday I drove past your street and wondered out loud how Eben was. What a shock when I saw his obituary today. He was a kind and loving man. We shared many good laughs on our hikes with him.Wish I could give you a hug! With love. Verna

 

Will and Ruby McClung posted on 1/31/21

Over 53 years ago Pauline introduced the two of us at her daughter’s wedding. She has always been very special to us. She will be missed! Prayers for comfort for her family!

 

Marie Lewis posted on 1/30/21

Pauline and I have been friends since we were young girls. Our families were friends as we raised our children. I loved her dearly and will miss her. Love to all of her family!

 

Brian Barnwell posted on 1/30/21

Jeff and Theresa I'm so sorry for your loss y'all are in our prayers

 

Wanda Rogowski posted on 1/30/21

Dottie, Beth, Pam and all your loved ones, My heart goes out to you. It is never easy. I have beautiful, happy memories of Eban, especially at the pool, in Garden City. May the Good Lord comfort you and the love and support of friends and family sustain you.

 

Wanda Rogowski posted on 1/30/21

Wanda Rogowski

 

Peter Goodfield posted on 1/30/21

Of all the people I have missed seeing since retirement, Mr. Franz has definitely been at the top of that list. I was so sorry to read of his passing. We truly had some great visits together over a very long period of time. He was special and will be missed by many. Please know that my thoughts are with Pam and the entire family.

 

Lavinia Zimmermann posted on 1/30/21

I will miss that guy so very much as we worked together for years with Faith Link and many other things through our church. One of Gods angels

 

Gracie posted on 1/30/21

My favorite memory of grandma Is when we went to visit her on Sunday me and aunt dawn and blaze and Bailey on a Sunday we walked in the room and grandma was sitting in her reclining chair all of a sudden I turn around and aunt dawn sow her flying in the air and literally when she turned around she caught her because blaze was standing right by grandma’s chair and all of a sudden you sow grandma’s chair move and she was flying in the air lol and then blaze was standing right by grandma chair and she started say blaze don’t touched me get away from me and after grandma that blaze touched her chair aunt Dawn said I am going to whip your butt when we got home and blaze said what did I do wrong ? And then we all find out that the Real person who really touched grandma’s chair was Bailey made her fly in the air LOL that was the funniest memory of all I am so blessed I got to meet this wonderful woman even though she wasn’t my real grandma I Feel in love with her and I am so blessed that I was a part of her life and always will be rest in peace grandma love you forever ❤️

 

Geraldine, Peggy & Louise McMinn posted on 1/29/21

So sorry to hear about Ms. Pauline. She was such a blessing to everyone. Our thoughts & prayers to all the family.

 

Jay Jones Barker posted on 1/29/21

Our Condolences,Cindy and family. Your mother had an interesting life.

 

Becky Harden posted on 1/29/21

Sue, I worked at Dr.Olson’s office at the front deskyears ago but stillremember both of you!! Just want you to know that I always like talking and laughing with Mr. Krichbaum. God’s blessings on you.

 

Holly Blakeslee posted on 1/29/21

Love you Uncle Ron. Miss you wish I could have seen you one more time. Rest well, you were much loved.

 

Margaret Dollard posted on 1/29/21

My deepest condolences and love to Mrs. Franz, Pam, Beth, and families. Mr. Franz was one in a million. ♥️

 

Carroll E Mullins posted on 1/29/21

Great Friend, honest man. Everyone will miss him at Etowah. Moon Mullins

 

Pam Ellis posted on 1/29/21

I miss you, Dad. Go see every mountain you can! Say hi to your parents, friends and family who doubtlessly waiting to greet you.

 

Michael Brown posted on 1/29/21

Hugh and family. So sorry for your loss. Dan was a true gentleman, and a pleasure to be around. I always enjoyed my round of golf with him. He will be missed.

 

Brenda White posted on 1/29/21

I'm so sorry to hear about Aunt Pauline. Although it's been a while, I've have so many wonderful memories visiting her over the years. She was always so kind to my family and I enjoyed her stories about her and my dad's adventures when they were younger. She will be missed!

 

Ed & Barbara Rogers posted on 1/29/21

Sorry to hear of Dan’s passing. Our community lost a fine man. Ed has fond memories from General Electric. Our condolences to the family. ❤️

 

Tom and Pam Powlas posted on 1/28/21

Frank and Pat were our wonderful neighbors for 10 plus years in Cimarron Forest. If you needed either one, there were there in true neighbor fashion. Pat always made us laugh with her wry way of looking at situations. And it was always interesting to see the next project Frank had in their yard. We were sad to see her move after Franks death but knew it was a better place for her at Carolina Village. They were a wonderful couple. May sweet memories sustain your family

 

Jeanette & Bob Schmitt posted on 1/28/21

We were so very sorry to hear the heartbreaking news about Pat Podlipec and wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the family. Although in a better place and reunited with her wonderful husband, Frank, she will be dearly missed! We can't think of a nicer and more fun-loving couple than the two of them when we were square dancers at the Southern Lights Dance Club for many years! Spending quality time and sharing many experiences and laughs together was awesome! Pat was a real sweetheart in her own special way and just as kind as she was beautiful! Her loving smile and charming ways will always be in our heart. It was both a privilege and honor to know the Podlipecs. Now that they are both together, they will be two bright and shining stars in God's holy kingdom looking down on their dear family and friends. Just know that we love you, miss you, and send "yellow rocks" to both of you until we meet again.

 

Vince Dunn posted on 1/28/21

Sad to hear of Mr. Yarbourogh passing this week....such a fine man who raised an amazing strong family....loved playing golf with Dan a few times....he had such a passion for the game....the game at Etowah Golf Club will miss Dan greatly and never be the same without his presence. Prayers for Cindy and Hugh and especially Jenny.....Love to all the family.

 

Lorraine, Lynn & Krisma Sellers posted on 1/28/21

Our Hearts Go Out To The Entire Family Of Your Dear Mother Life brings tears, smiles, and memories. The tears dry, the smile fades, but the memories live on forever. May it comfort you to know that, your loved one is safe in God's care now, and that friends are praying for you in your time of sorrow. No matter how old we are, losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know. But her goodness, her caring, and her wisdom live on, like a legacy of love that will always be with you. With deepest sympathy, Much Love

 

Nancy and Carroll Hudgins posted on 1/28/21

so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Love and Prayers to all the family

 

John S Beckmann posted on 1/28/21

Sad to hear of Dan's passing. He was a good friend and mentor, a pleasure to be around and a man's man. He will missed and remembered.

 

Wayne and Mary Ann posted on 1/28/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Pauline was a special person and will be greatly missed. Sending our love and prayers.

 

Corum Smith and family posted on 1/28/21

Our families have known each other for several generations now, both from Naples church and Balfour school. We are so very sorry to hear of your loss and our hearts go out to you all during this difficult time. Your family has lost a wonderful son, brother and uncle, and we know how much he will be missed. We hope that you can all find some comfort in the hope that you will all see each other again one day. Please know that you will continue to be in our hearts and prayers.

 

 

Gary and Michelle Carter posted on 1/28/21

We are so sorry for the loss of your precious Mom. She was such a kind, precious woman of God. She's safely in HIS arms now. Prayers for each of you. We love you.

 

Roger and Gretchen Williams posted on 1/28/21

Jenny and Family, We were so sorry to see about your dad's passing. May God give you His strength and comfort now and in the days ahead.

 

Mike Fowler posted on 1/28/21

Really sorry for your loss

 

 

Chris Rhodes posted on 1/28/21

Remembering that beautiful smile & wonderful personality at the family reunions. We'll be with some day also in Heaven. May God's strength & peace be with all the family. Love Chris, Brandon & Wendy Rhodes

 

Kay Justus posted on 1/27/21

Pauline was such a wonderful person. Always so funny and kind! She will be missed! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Jacqueline L Yates posted on 1/27/21

Chae, I never met your brother, and he sure sounds like a great guy. I lost a sister and a brother and the pain is so real. Keep those crazy, happy, silly memories alive of him, think of him everyday and smile. May God hold you and your family close at this time of loss. xxoo

 

Linda Middleton Pressley posted on 1/27/21

Wonderful Loving Woman of God

 

Linda Middleton Pressley posted on 1/27/21

Such a precious woman of God! Always a smile and love flowing out. Sending love and prayers for all of her family and friends! Praising God that you’ll we see her again!!!

 

Sharon Smart posted on 1/27/21

I had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Wilkie at the eye Drs office. A very sweet lady with poise and grace. She had a love for God that let her light shine. My prayers and deepest condolences for the Wilkie Family and the Rollins family.

 

Beverly and Norman Rogers & family posted on 1/27/21

There was only one sweet Pauline in all the world. Our thoughts and prayers to all of the family. We love you.

 

Diane and Bill Laughter posted on 1/27/21

We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Pauline. Praying for your family.

 

Paul L Bockelman posted on 1/27/21

My sympathy and God’s peace be with you.

 

Kati Jones Jeter posted on 1/27/21

I'm so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my prayers.

 

Thom Loomis posted on 1/27/21

Prayers for all the family and friends of Kate. Truly an amazing lady!

 

Paula McLelland posted on 1/27/21

You are in my thoughts and prayers. Words cannot begin to express my sorrow.

 

Jan Spicka posted on 1/27/21

So sorry to learn of Pat's death When I lived in Hendersonville we shared fun over the mah jongg table and discussing books in our book club. She was a lovely lady with a kind and pleasant way about her. She will be missed.

 

Rita Francis posted on 1/27/21

So sorry for the loss of my dear friend, Kate. I shall cherish all the wonderful times we shared with her and the Scharlach family. Love you all.

 

Rita Francis posted on 1/27/21

So sorry to lose my Friend, Grandma Kate. Enjoyed so many events with her and her wonderful family. Sending best wishes to all the Scharlach family members. Love you all.

 

janet mullins posted on 1/27/21

Judy, we were so saddened to hear of Guy's passing We know he was a wonderful man We are so glad you had many years with him Warmly, Janet and Moon Mullins

 

Karen Morgan-Freeman posted on 1/27/21

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

John Barnwell posted on 1/27/21

Rosalee and all of Elizabeth's family, we are thinking of you in this difficult time. May God grant you all comfort. Love, John and Rose Barnwell

 

Cheryl Glenn posted on 1/27/21

I’m so very sorry for your loss. She always had a quick smile. Praying for each of you.

 

Tim and Leslie Fendley posted on 1/27/21

Our family will continue to lift yours in prayer. Praying the peace that surpasses all understanding covers you all at this time.

 

Robyn and Mitchell Morgan posted on 1/27/21

Teresa and Jeff, there are no words to express how sorry we are for you loss of Jordan. We remember Jordan playing youth baseball with our son Cameron. He always had a smile on his face and was "fast as lightening" running the bases. We know your precious memories of Jordan and the good Lord will help you through this difficult time.

 

Kenny & Tracey Jenkins posted on 1/27/21

My husband Kenny and I are both devastated to hear of our neighbor passing. Words cannot express our sadness and to know "Pat" will truly be missed. May the comfort of God help you through this difficult time.

 

tracey jenkins posted on 1/27/21

My husband and I are still devastated to hear of our neighbor's passing . Words cannot express our sadness. May the comfort of God help you through this difficult time.

 

Jordan's friend Kathy posted on 1/27/21

Jordan has left an empty space in his passing. I remember his kindness and thoughtfulness, he was always there with support, sometimes unspoken but clearly offered. Jordan was smart, quick and caring. He was instantly there to help if he saw a need. He was generous and gave freely to others. He loved his family and spoke of them often. i told him with affection that I was going to adopt him. You leave a big hole, Jordan Trantham.

 

Elizabeth Iler Coleman posted on 1/27/21

To my absolute favorite and best teacher of all time, Mr. Orr, thank you for your inspiration and your high expectations. As I shared with you many times, you impacted my life and made it better. I aspired to the position of professional educator and used the strengths and abilities you saw in me and refined, to teach my students. All my love and prayers for your family, the Bearcat Family, and Hendersonville. We have suffered a great loss and a heartbreak that will never mend.

 

H.E. and Nellie Wilkie posted on 1/27/21

Praying for God's comfort in this difficult time for all the family who gave her such excellent care during her long illness. I know Pauline is happy to be at home with Jesus and her beloved Norman. I cherish our childhood memories and will miss having our conversations we had over the years. And I'm so thankful that Jesus made a way to see her again.

 

John posted on 1/27/21

Peace, Mom.

 

Don and Verna Davis posted on 1/27/21

Wilkie Family, our deepest sympathy and prayers for each of you. Heaven has gained a precious lady !!! Looking forward to that Glad Reunion Day !!

 

Anthony(Tony) Hensley posted on 1/26/21

PAULINE WAS A VERY SWEET LADY.SHE WILL BE MISSED! I CAN JUST HEAR THE SWEET HEAVEN BELLS, RINGING. PRAYERS WILL BE SAID, FOR ALL OF THE FAMILY.

 

Ken and Retha Reece posted on 1/26/21

We are so very sorry for your loss. May you be wrapped in the arms of Christ as He provides the comfort and peace which only He is able to give. Our love and prayers are with you all

 

Pat Wells posted on 1/26/21

Remember coming in Pharmacy always CV cheerful and usually on the go with church group or sisters loved them all

 

Deborah Combs posted on 1/26/21

I loved Jordan when I taught him. He was such a sweet young man. That beautiful red hair made me smile. He was also a very good student. I am heart broken. I am so sorry for the loss you all must feel. I pray for peace and light to come gently to you all. May God bless you!

 

Steve and Kathy Cairnes posted on 1/26/21

Dear Family please know we love you and will be praying for each one of you during this sad time. But we know Preacher Darrell is kicking up gold dust in heaven. Wish we could have seen his entrance and Jesus saying Welcome Home!

 

Debbie Moore posted on 1/26/21

The memories...Jordan giggling and playing at French Broad, smiling constantly, always cheerful, running after Jeffory, Jennifer, Chae, Laura, Andrew, Kyle & Charles. He was a joy to watch, laugh with, and hug. Remember the laughs, the hugs, the joys, the love he brought to you. He was an inspiration to me when he was a child. He was energetic, vivacious, bright red headed, and giggled so beautifully. The pain you carry is horrific but be reminded of the breath of fresh air he was! He brought life and excitement to everyone he met. Jordan, may you somehow know we all loved you with all of our being and each of us holds memories of you that has left indelible impressions on our lives. Thank you for giving so much.

 

Beckie and Mike Armstrong posted on 1/26/21

Jeff and Teresa, words feel shallow in a situation such as this, but know how very sorry we are for your loss. We are thinking of you today and in the days to come. Praying for “the peace that passes all understanding”...

 

Ruth and Jim Dobson posted on 1/26/21

Ruth and Jim Mark and John and families I am glad for the celebrate card. Pat was a great friend and really missed her when she moved to NC. Church, walks, sub teaching for her, New Year's parties playing games, and so many more memories with Pat. She was such a gentle and caring person! We kept in touch with e-mails and letters! You have our sympathy during this sad time!

 

Sheree Grubb Heatherly posted on 1/26/21

Teresa and Jeff So very sorry to hear about this! Parents should not outlive their children. I will continue to pray for peace for you both.

 

Shanti Kudva posted on 1/26/21

Thank you for the beautiful card! The poem tells the story of Pat's deep faith and the strength with which she endured loss and illness. I knew Frank and Pat from exercise classes at the Hendersonville Racquet Club and we reconnected with Pat when she moved to Carolina Village. She was always cheerful and we had conversations about the times we shared in the past. She was a gentle soul with a joyful spirit. My condolences to the family and wishes for peace during this sad time.

 

Debra R. Smith posted on 1/26/21

Chae, sorry to hear about your loss of your brother. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.

 

Tanja Warren Slinkard posted on 1/26/21

Jeff and Teresa, there just aren’t any words. I will keep you and your family lifted up in prayer for peace and comfort

 

Marketta Thomas posted on 1/26/21

I will always remember Jordan, as a child smiling and full of life and that red hair . He had the prettiest red hair and I remember he wiggled a lot as I use to cut it . Prayers for all of you at this time . Prayers for peace .

 

James Garrison posted on 1/26/21

Praying for all of you! I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Robert and Sarah Bradley posted on 1/26/21

We just found out about the passing of our dear friend. Our prayers are with the family who have always been such a blessing to us. Missionaries Robert and Sarah Bradley.

 

 

Tiffany Cecil posted on 1/26/21

Trisha will be missed. She gave the best present to my cousin Matt... A wonderful woman named Tracie. Rest in peace love... We shall see you again one day

 

Gale & Johnny Barnett posted on 1/26/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We are so very sorry for this tragic loss of such a young man. We know your hearts are broken and you will forever feel the void of Jordan not being with you but just know he will always remain alive in your memories. May God be with you and comfort you all.

 

Bob & Cory Martin posted on 1/26/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. We are so very sorry to hear of the loss of Jordan. May God give all of you His comfort and peace.

 

Gerald and Catherine Greene posted on 1/26/21

We are so sorry to hear of your son's passing. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Thomas Klopfenstein posted on 1/26/21

Dear Chae, Please know that Sue and I are so deeply sorry for your loss. There are no words to express how you must be feel at this time, but know we will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers in the coming days . It may sound simple, even stupid, but God will see you through this because He really is in control. God bless you and your family. In Christ love, Tom & Sue Klopfenstein

 

Kathy Morrow posted on 1/26/21

Teresa I am so very sorry to hear of Jordon's passing. I know the disbelief and pain you are feeling, we lost our 32 yr old son in 2018. It's not supposed to happen this way. Speak Jordon's name, share your memories and voice your heartache to God.

 

Andre Massey posted on 1/26/21

Tom and family, Please accept my sincere condolences in the loss of your mom. I pray that God will give your family comfort and peace now and in the days and time ahead.

 

Diana Cowan posted on 1/26/21

I am SO sorry for your loss. I know no words can ease the pain at a time like this. Please know y’all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Diana Cowan posted on 1/26/21

I am SO sorry for your loss. I know no words can ease the pain during a time like this. Our thoughts and prayers are with your sweet family.

 

Kyle Fulle posted on 1/26/21

I’m heartbroken and devastated at the loss of my friend. I know you’re not reading this Jordan, but I miss you and your friendship. I am thankful that you are not suffering any longer, and I’m praying you’re with The Father in peace. I’m grieving with the Trantham family and offer my love and prayers. I deeply miss him.

 

Marie Collins posted on 1/26/21

Sorry for your loss!

 

Felicia Nesbitt posted on 1/25/21

Sorry for your loss, your family will be in my prayers and thoughts.

 

Marlene sluder Ratcliff posted on 1/25/21

Teresa & Jeff, I don't know if you remember me from class of 76. I am so sorry to read about your son. What a beautiful family you have. May God give you peace. Grief is unexplainable.

 

Danny and Tracy Guffey posted on 1/25/21

Jeff, Teresa, and family, so sorry. Prayers for comfort.

 

Ann Crisp posted on 1/25/21

So sorry for your loss! Praying for comfort and peace for you and your family.

 

Anne Russell posted on 1/25/21

So sorry for your loss. My our heavenly father have your family and friends wrapped in his loving arms.... Your family is in my prayers now and always...

 

Liz Armstrong posted on 1/25/21

You have my deepest condolences! Prayers for you and your family. Love, Elizabeth Armstrong

 

Wendy McMillan Estock posted on 1/25/21

Theresa and family. I send you my love and prayers for peace and strength. Let me know if there is anything you need or if you just want to talk. Your beautiful son is cherished by so many and will be remembered by those who love him until you meet again. Love you all.

 

Candace Young posted on 1/25/21

I’m so sorry... praying for strength, comfort and peace for you and all of your family.

 

Richard Rhodes posted on 1/25/21

Jordon was full of life,and a pleasure to be around.Who would have known our round of golf years ago would have been our last.We see through a glass dimly here..praying for peace...the peace that surpasses all understanding for all yall.

 

Tommy Moore posted on 1/25/21

So sorry for your loss. Will be special prayers for all of you

 

Russell and Julie Guthrie posted on 1/25/21

So very sorry for your loss.. We'll be praying for each of you.

 

Darren Allman posted on 1/25/21

So sorry for your loss. Praying for your family.

 

Martha and John Sheppard posted on 1/25/21

Dear Teresa, Jeff, and family, I hated hearing of the loss of Jordan and my heart is broken for you. Bless each one of you. Please know you’re in prayers during this sad time. May Jordan rest in peace.

 

Sharyan and Terry Robinson posted on 1/25/21

I am truly sorry and heart broken for your loss. Teresa, please know that you and your family are in our prayers.

 

Wendy Kale posted on 1/25/21

Jeff, I am so sorry for your lost. May you and the family find comfort in the lord. Hugs my dear friend.

 

Briana Johnson posted on 1/25/21

Jeff and Teresa and Family, We have no words. We offer our prayers and love. The Lord Bless you and Keep you all. So much love. Charlie and Briana Johnson

 

Elsie McLean posted on 1/25/21

.....no words...just prayers for EACH one of you

 

Billy and Sandy Kimzey posted on 1/25/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Gloria Bishop posted on 1/25/21

Teresa and Jeff,I'm so sorry to hear of your sons passing.I miss you all as neighbors.praying for comfort and peace...God bless all your family..love you..

 

Kelly and Sonny Broadstreet posted on 1/25/21

We are so sorry for the loss of Jordan. I am blessed to have known him and spent time with him. Continued prayers for the entire family. We love you!

 

Debbie Ward posted on 1/25/21

So very sorry for your loss praying for you and your family!

 

Paige Moore posted on 1/25/21

I'm so sorry for your loss. Continued prayers and strength for your family.

 

Lisa Smith posted on 1/25/21

I am truly sorry for your loss.Prayers for God to comfort your family during this difficult time.

 

Dennis and Susan Griffin posted on 1/25/21

Love and Prayers! We Love You All. I'm Sorry I Won't Be Able To Be There Wednesday But Know We Will Be Thinking Of You All...

 

Kelly Lamb posted on 1/25/21

I am so very sorry for your loss. Praying for God's strength and comfort to embrace each one of you during this most difficult time.

 

Lacie Peterson posted on 1/25/21

I am so, so very sorry for your loss. I am keeping you and your family in my deepest prayers.

 

Melinda Ashley posted on 1/25/21

You all are in my thoughts and prayers. I am sending prayers for strength in this very difficult time!

 

Holly Bader posted on 1/25/21

I am very sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Elizabeth Ray posted on 1/25/21

Your family is in our prayers. Thinking of you all.

 

rand Bishop posted on 1/24/21

I was saddened by the passing of Stephen. We had friendly chats at First Cogregational Church.. Please accept my condolences, Martha, as you grieve you loss.

 

Gloria & Bernard Jaffe posted on 1/24/21

we always looked forward to the Podlipec annual golf & tennis party, Pat was a good hostess.. miss both of them..our deep sympathy to all the family.

 

Keith McKinney posted on 1/24/21

So sorry to just now be hearing of Doley's passing..... I have many good memories. Thoughts and prayers for the family.

 

Elizabeth Jennings posted on 1/24/21

Dear Foleys, I'm so sorry for your loss. Your dad was such an awesome person. I admired his determination and directness! Hold your memories close and he will always be a part of you.

 

Ted and Gerry Williamson posted on 1/24/21

Mark, John and families, thank you so much for the remembrance card for your mom. We first met your parents when we joined First Methodist Church together. A few years later we were neighbors. Always enjoyed talking with Pat and Frank when walking in the neighborhood. Frank enjoyed tennis and really had fun playing mixed doubles. Your mom was such a gentle soul, and you chose a perfect poem to express her gentle nature. We will miss both Pat and Frank. Ted and Gerry Williamson

 

Becky Beasley posted on 1/24/21

I so enjoyed getting to know Grand Dad and Nana. The King and Queen. Much love and prayers!

 

Becky Beasley posted on 1/24/21

I so enjoyed getting to know Grandad and Nana. The Queen and King. Love to you and your family. You all are in my prayers.

 

Anita Soja posted on 1/24/21

Elizabeth, your dad was always so good-humored, patient, and kind during our many drives to and from Glassboro. I always enjoyed his company.

 

Debbie Dean posted on 1/24/21

I am so sorry to hear of The passing of Pat. I worked with her at Clay for many years. She was always kind and caring. She will forever have a special spot in my heart.

 

Marge Bjork posted on 1/23/21

Thank you for sending the Memorial Card notification. My condolences to you. Pat and I were friends in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin when Frank worked for Boy Scouts of America in Eau Claire. John and Mark played with my boys Kurt and Brad as little boys. We all attended Trinity United Methodist Church and our children were in Sunday School together. Pat and I were stay at home moms and often had afternoon coffee together. This was in the 1970's. Good memories. We stayed in contact on birthdays and Christmas. All the best to your family.

 

Wilbur F Palmer posted on 1/23/21

I too have known Pat & Frank for 20+ years. She was a wonderful lady and dear friend. We shared the same birthday and never let each other forget that day. I enjoyed all the gatherings we had together. She was a good square dancer and had her hands full keeping Frank line, as well as other things. She will be missed and I extend my condolences to the entire Podlipec family. Rest in peace with Frank.

 

Herb and Eleanor Spies posted on 1/23/21

Pat and Frank were wonderful friends, and we enjoyed the many trips to the Hendersonville Little Theater with them, always following a dinner at a local restaurant. We enjoyed her published book regarding her family life as well as many of her poems. Her passing, as well as Frank's, leaves a BIG hole in our hearts.

 

Darlene Horst posted on 1/23/21

Thank You John & Mark for the special memory card in honor of your dear mother. A beautiful tribute! We belonged to the same Bible study group in Berlin and shared her faith that provided strength and grace. You may remember Frank and I played together in many a tennis tournament! My Christmas card to Pat was returned so I really am grateful for your update and extend my sympathy and love to you and all her family!

 

Frank and Linda Owenby posted on 1/23/21

Preacher Rhodes was a warrior for God. Prayers and thoughts for all the family. Sending our love and air hugs.

 

MADELINE C FARRELL posted on 1/23/21

Bob was a long time friend from both the gem and mineral society and as a neighbor at Lake Pointe Landing. He created beautiful replicas of famous jewels exhibited at the museum in Hendersonville. He shared his talent and taught others. His gentle ways will be missed.

 

Beverly w cunningham posted on 1/23/21

Sorry to hear of the loss of Nancy. She was a great lady and will be missed by many. Prayers for your family.

 

Janet Stiltner posted on 1/23/21

Terri, you and the family are in my prayers during this difficult time. Myron was truly a blessing to work with at MIT and Equilibar. I'll always remember his caring nature. When my daughter Erika would come help me at work, he would make sure she had some snacks. He joked that I never feed her and renamed her his "Jessica ". So from then on thats what he would call her when she came to the office. She also sends her love and prayers to the family. Love that we will see him again one day in heaven!

 

Charlie Walker Family posted on 1/23/21

As we pass through this life you only meet so many people who are easy going and always make you feel good when you see them. Kent was one of those people. Always a fun guy to be around. He will surely be missed by all. May God be with you all during this time, but know he is smiling as usual all the time now in heaven. God speed Kent. See you someday.

 

 

Harvetta Upton posted on 1/23/21

So sorry for your loss. I knew him from working at Triangle Stop on Main St. He was such a big ten by bear, sweet guy!!!

 

SHARON BROOKS posted on 1/22/21

I live out South Mills and admired her yard so much. Sorry for your loss.

 

Denisa Lauffer posted on 1/22/21

Kent was loved by all who knew him. Always a smile a hug when I saw him. We sure will miss him. We send our love and prayers to the whole family. And sweet Nina , we love you and will always be here for you no matter what the need. Rest In Peace Kent. Much love from your family. Denisa and Joel Lauffer Vaughn and Jean Huggins, Greg Huggins, Mike,Lacy, and Sydney Huggins, and Kathy Herrin

 

Gary and Pat Bowen posted on 1/22/21

We first met Pat and Frank at an exercise class in Hendersonville. We were new to town and they made us feel so welcome. They introduced us to square dancing and Tennis. They hold a prime spot in our hearts and of Hendersonville.

 

Louise Noa posted on 1/22/21

Terri, I have been thinking about you and praying for you. I know this is a hard rroad to travel, but always remember that you are loved by many friends and family. Most of all you are loved by Jesus, who is the best of all for comforting you and restoring your heart. Love and hugs to you and your family. Louise

 

Frank Michalek posted on 1/22/21

I wish to extend my deepest sympathy and condolences to the entire Podlipec family . I was marrried to Carolee Fokta Michalek a cousin of Pat and Frank. Thank you kindly for notifying me. I lost Carolee in 2017 also. We have many memories of. Good times spent.May The the entire Podlipec familly be blessed and safe. Dr. Frank H Michalek

 

The Stackhouse Family posted on 1/22/21

We are all so sorry for your loss. As always, we are sending love, hugs, and prayers to your family!

 

E.K and Ruthie Morliey posted on 1/22/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Ronnie always had such a beautiful smile. She was such a kind and beautiful person. We will miss her. Our prayers are with you.

 

Ralph R Hammond-Green posted on 1/22/21

Bob taught me to facet. But more than that, he was an great example. He was caring, generous and consistent volunteer. He had a wry sense of humor. I'm honored to have known him.

 

Diane Lapp posted on 1/22/21

Bob was a long time friend and volunteer as a mineral museum in Hendersonville. Although he hasn't been able to be there for a while he will be greatly missed.

 

Kevin Wilson posted on 1/22/21

I am sorry for your loss. Your family is in my family’s prayers through this hard time.

 

Isaya reyes resendez posted on 1/22/21

I love you buddy and I miss you

 

Theresa (Orr) Schwab posted on 1/22/21

Cousin Tommy introduced me to family history, which has become a passion. I will miss him forever, this talented writer and gifted storyteller.

 

Janet Gover posted on 1/22/21

Shop sorry for your loss. Love to you and your family.

 

 

Carolyn Huggins Morgan posted on 1/21/21

So very sorry to hear about Kent passing. I have fond memories of him. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Kathy T Searcy posted on 1/21/21

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Joann Johnson posted on 1/21/21

I miss you mom everyday,I love you I’ll see you again in Heaven love your oldest daughter

 

Rose Colecio posted on 1/21/21

So sorry for your loss. I remember Kent from his Southern Agriculture days. His was always a good friend. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Tandy Dunn posted on 1/21/21

Very sorry for your loss. Kent was a very pleasant person to talk to and to be around. He was a good person and a good co-worker and he will be sorely missed.

 

Glenda posted on 1/21/21

I’m so very sorry for your loss. Kent is an amazing person who is loved very much by us all and will be greatly missed. RIP Kent we will see you again

 

 

Tee posted on 1/20/21

Praying for you sll.

 

Jen (Rosenberger) Fortune posted on 1/20/21

Although I have not seen Mrs. Mears in over 20 years I remember her very well. I always looked up to her and admired her strength and her warmth. Although I mourn for her family and friends as to the loss of such an amazing person, I rejoice in knowing she is at peace and that her legacy will continue through those she left behind. I’m so sorry for your loss...

 

Coleen & Bob Julian posted on 1/20/21

Bob and I have been truly blessed to have known Myron and Terry. We love you both. We know there is rejoicing in heaven for God's Saint's, Myron, Homecoming. We pray for comfort and strength for Terry and family.

 

Pamela Singer posted on 1/20/21

I know Myron is shooting hoops in heavenly places. May his memory and legacy continue to be a blessing. Prayers for you Terri and the family.

 

Saralee Nickell posted on 1/20/21

Such a special lady and I will miss her! High school classmate, collegue in education, and Sunday School pal, I treasure her friendship and send love to Terry and family.

 

Erin Holbert posted on 1/20/21

Mu thoughts and prayers are always with you.

 

Danny and Wanda Mintz posted on 1/20/21

We would run into Myron and Terry many, many times at Walmart, of all places. We loved talking to them there. Our condolences to the family. May God give you comfort and peace.

 

Brad Cooper posted on 1/19/21

A beautiful man and I love the way he finished well! Thank you Jesus for the faithful example of this Saint!

 

 

Sherry Shipman posted on 1/19/21

Myron was always such an inspiration. God's light shown through him in all that he did.

 

Jerald Wright posted on 1/19/21

Old Friends die and leave a memory of peace and longing for times long past. I miss Mr. Orr and the spirit he brought to all who knew him. What he stood for and the dedication he had for our town and friends will be remembered.

 

David Duffy posted on 1/19/21

Sorry for your loss. Blake - thinking about you and your family.

 

Janice Jackson posted on 1/19/21

So sorry to hear of the loss of your husband! Praying for you and your family!

 

David and Jo Ann Fain posted on 1/19/21

To Nancy's family, I am so sorry to hear of her passing. I knew her when we both went to HHS. I didn't know that in the future I would be joining DAR and she would be the Regent at that time. I always loved her and enjoyed DAR with her. She will be missed. Prayers for all of you.

 

Angie Crandall posted on 1/19/21

I am very sorry for your loss. I have alot of fond memories eating at Hubert's and listening to stories of his adventures and his family that he loved so much! Prayers for all of you.

 

Alton Connor posted on 1/19/21

Terri, Blake, Brad and family,. My heart goes out to each of you as you go thru this time following Myron's promotion to Heaven after his lengthy illness. What a valiant battle he fought and now he is rejoicing in Heaven in the presence of the Lord with a perfect and healed body. What a legacy he has left for all of us to follow. The scripture passage in his obituary is perfect for Myron. Please know that each of you are in my heart, my thoughts and my prayers as you walk thru this journey of grief. May God's grace sustain you all! And remember, we will see Myron again one day soon when we all get to Heaven!!! My love to you all! Alton

 

Danielle Cliff posted on 1/19/21

My heart is full of love and strength that I hold for you and your family through this extremely difficult time. He is and will always be with you, wishing you all Godspeed!❣️

 

William Hudson Clark posted on 1/19/21

Terriblly sorry to have just found out of my cousin Wendy’s passing. Such a lovely person! May she rest in peace and always be remembered! My deepest condolences to all her family and friends!

 

Jim and Pat Glazener posted on 1/19/21

Charlotte, wishing you strength for today and comfort knowing how much Max meant to so many. God Bless you in a special way.

 

 

Cheryl McCraw posted on 1/19/21

My husband and I rode bikes with Johnny way back in the day. Such a wonderful man. He will be missed.

 

Pat & Bert McCall posted on 1/18/21

She was such a wonderful woman. She was so strong and proud of her children. May God hold your entire family in His hands and give you comfort. If you need me please let me know.

 

Michael Bruce posted on 1/18/21

Dear Family, Words always fall short to express sorrow and grief. Our hearts ache with you all at this sad and solemn time. We extend our deepest sympathies, condolence, love and prayers for the loss of Johnny beloved, treasured, father, grandfather, brother, friend, man, Christian. May the Peace that God grants and the treasured memories forever follow and bring you all comfort. Endless Love and Hugs, Alex, Tyler, Mike, Karen, Camryn, Emerald, Mikaela, Zephram Your Friends and Mills River, NC neighbors

 

Penny and Wes Gattis posted on 1/18/21

Sending prayers and hugs for the family. So sorry for your loss. Sending love to all of you. Terri Rogers if you need anything please let us know.

 

 

Terri Lyda posted on 1/18/21

“ I adored this sweet lady” she was a inspiration to all who knew her. RIP my friend.

 

Keith and Susan Lee posted on 1/18/21

Keith and I are sorry for your loss. You will be in our prayers. I know she was loved by many.

 

Terri Lamb Taylor posted on 1/18/21

Terri and family, I am so very sorry to hear of your sweet Mother’s passing. She was always so nice to me and I will miss her. I have lots of good memories with your family. Love you and you all are in my prayers. Terri Lamb Taylor

 

Annette Davis Stepp posted on 1/18/21

So sorry to hear about Earl! He was always very nice and friendly when came in and got gas! I will miss him! Praying for comfort for his family!

 

John and Mitzi Bailey posted on 1/18/21

We were so saddened to learn of Bonnie’s passing. We have lost a classmate and a good friend. We hope that Jerry and Bonnie’s family can find solace in the knowledge that while her earthly life has ended, a good soul is now in Heaven.

 

Jan Holden posted on 1/18/21

We were so sorry to hear about Max's death. Remember our fun trip to Atlanta Super Dome many years ago. Our love and condolences, Alvin and Jan Holden

 

Kathy and Jack Keefer posted on 1/17/21

We've enjoyed so many wonderful times with Pat & Frank over the past 20 + years as friends and neighbors. Pat was truly an incredible woman. We've enjoyed many social gathering with her and enjoyed both her company and humor. Our condolences to the entire family.

 

James Droddy posted on 1/17/21

A great friend of mine. Always caring. Will be missed.

 

Patsy Higgins Rector posted on 1/17/21

So sorry for your loss may God comfort you at this time

 

Patsy Higgins Rector posted on 1/17/21

So sorry for your loss, may God be with you all

 

Kathy VandeLogt-St. John posted on 1/17/21

So sorry to hear about your loss. I am wondering if your family is connected to Betty Zoe. We were childhood friends. I would like to reconnect with her if indeed you know her. Please pass on my information. Thank you

 

Allison Brumbaugh posted on 1/17/21

Most incredible, loving Father-in-Law I could have ever asked for. Heaven must now have one amazing baseball team! I will miss you so much.

 

 

Rosy Riddle posted on 1/17/21

He was the sweetest friend who was always there for me and my kids when they were growing up he will always be in my thoughts and prayers. I loved him dearly and thought a lot of him. He was a Christian man with a big heart. His family was his life. Rest In Peace my dear friend!

 

Mike posted on 1/17/21

The Jeff and Lillian McConnell family from South Carolina send our love and prayers to the family of our NC family. May the Holy Spirit bring comfort and His love.

 

David posted on 1/17/21

Ride on Johnny

 

Wanda Kitchen posted on 1/17/21

Praying for your family.

 

Tammy Barnwell posted on 1/17/21

Love you all so much..my heart hurts for you ❤️ Praying Gods peace over you all

 

Cathey Bell posted on 1/17/21

Charlotte, sorry to hear of Max’s passing. Have you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Haug posted on 1/16/21

We are very sad to hear about Hubert's passing. May he rest in peace. We cherish the memories of Hubert's restaurant and the great food he prepared. Valerie and Rudi Haug

 

Reggie and Vicki Hayes posted on 1/16/21

Telisha and family. Sorry for your loss. Hold your memories close. Xo

 

Grace mccarson posted on 1/16/21

FRAN AND FAMILY, my thoughts and prayers are with you. EARL WAS A NICE GENTLEMAN ALSO HAD THAT SMILE FOR YOU!

 

GRACE MCCARSON posted on 1/16/21

Fran and family my thoughts and prayers are with you! Earl was a gentleman and I lived beside him and the GRIFFINS. As he was a friend to my brother STANLEY. He will be missed.

 

Christie Houser posted on 1/16/21

So sorry for your families loss. Thoughts and prayers to you all.

 

Darwin and Jan Jones posted on 1/16/21

So very sorry to hear of Pat’s passing. Pat and Frank were our neighbors for many years. And while Pat reminded me of a delicate bird, she was a tough cookie. Always out walking, happy to stop and chat, and her wonderful sense of humor still makes me smile. We will miss you Pat.

 

Bill and Betty Fournier posted on 1/16/21

We will miss seeing Max and Teddy everyday. Charlotte,we have been in SC cleaning out the house to move here full time.I am so sorry to hear about Max. Our sincere condolences to you and your family

 

Rickie Smith posted on 1/16/21

Sorry for loss. Prayers for the family

 

Michael Lee posted on 1/16/21

Farewell Chef, It was an honor to know you.

 

Dawn Denison posted on 1/16/21

Loved you Uncle Guy. Always so proud to call you family

 

Betty Snook and family posted on 1/16/21

So very sad to hear of Max's passing... Max and Charlotte have been life long friends. My sincerest condolences to Charlotte and your whole family...

 

Beth Harrelson Murphy posted on 1/16/21

My thoughts and prayers are with you all in the passing of Bonnie. So sorry for your loss.

 

Kim posted on 1/15/21

My favorite Uncle. Always loved being with him and entire family. Will miss his visits. Love you Uncle Guy.

 

Scott Wellman posted on 1/15/21

Always loved you,Uncle Guy, always will

 

Tom Pennt posted on 1/15/21

Max was loved and endured by his customers and a joy to travel with. Rest In Peace ole friend.

 

Alton Connor posted on 1/15/21

With my heartfelt thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to Bonnie's family.

 

Sandra Sexton posted on 1/15/21

Trish, I am so sorry to for your loss. I know you loved her with all of your heart. I just now and finding out. My prayers are with you and your family during this terrible time.. Love you!!!!

 

Steve Carter posted on 1/15/21

God Bless you guys

 

Steve Carter posted on 1/15/21

May you rest in peace BBB and may God Bless you and your family.

 

Loret Giuffre posted on 1/15/21

Just remembering good times with you and Frank.

 

Velma Hobaugh posted on 1/15/21

I am so sorry to hear about Max. I wil keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. I remember well the times you were part of our lives.

 

Kelly Hutson-Coleman posted on 1/15/21

So sorry! Prayers for peace and comfort.

 

 

Kathy Thompson posted on 1/15/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Your Dad was an amazing person. I will pray for your family and your Mom for this difficult time.

 

Patricia A Mann posted on 1/15/21

Charlotte & Family, I am so saddened to hear this. Worked with Max when he was Manager of Technical Service on Film side. Thoughts and prayers for all of you.

 

Otis & Ramona Miracle posted on 1/15/21

Ever since you moved from Berlin WI we still kept close contact with Christmas greetings. Still remember all the New Year's Eve parties and other celebrations we had together while we were neighbors. Joyce Collier sends her condolences as well as Jodi Kalkis. We will miss seeing family pictures in her Christmas letter.

 

Mark and Darcy Shawver posted on 1/15/21

We are so sorry to hear this news. Max was a kind man, and we know he will be missed. We send our deepest condolences to all of the family.

 

Anna Harrelson posted on 1/15/21

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Leslie Parker and family posted on 1/15/21

Our deepest sympathy goes to the Bennett family. Especially my mother in law Cheryl Bennett Parker we love you and are here for you.

 

lonnie harris posted on 1/14/21

So sorry to hear of Earl's passing. He was a proud member of the the Edneyville class of 1957, and liked by all his classmates.. Our condolences to his family.

 

Lenore Barnett posted on 1/14/21

Another member of the same Book Club as mentioned before, I always admired Pat for her grace, sweetness, and gentle demeanor. My condolences to her sons who I know will miss the lovely lady she was.

 

Gary Layne posted on 1/14/21

Mike, Bobby and Cheryl, truly sorry for your loss. I only met Bonnie on a few occasions when she came to Norfolk to visit, but each time it as if we knew each other for many years. The loss of a Mom for all is always so challenging, but we must remember all the great times Mom's have provided throughout our life time...they are the rock of the family. I am sure she will be missed and my blessings to each of you and to her significant other Jerry.

 

Beverly Cannady posted on 1/14/21

Ronnie loved to play canasta and we loved to play with her. She frequently had a good joke to tell us.

 

Michelle Gossett posted on 1/14/21

Michelle Gossett-Class of 1992 Mr. Orr was willing to enhance the best potential of any student willing to learn. I gained a passion for Shakespeare through his teaching and passion for Shakespeare. He made learning fun, but he was not tolerant of giving less than the best of your potential in his class. I remember making an A in his class and feeling such pride. I challenged an English teacher in college. I told him as far as English and English teachers are numbered. I did not need validation from any other instructor for the rest of my life to my literacy or competence in English. I had studied under Tom Orr and made an A which to me is the highest honor I will ever receive.

 

Barbara Orolin posted on 1/14/21

Pat and I were members of the same Book Club and Mah Jongg group. She will be missed by all of us. Sincere condolences to Mark, John, and all of Pat’s family.

 

Woody Gash posted on 1/14/21

So sorry to hear this have many fond memories of Bonnie in high school. Prayers to her family and to Jerry

 

Kimberly Congdon posted on 1/14/21

All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for your loss and know that he touched many lives especially mine with his kindness and generosity. My favorite memory is working a long day at the Curb Market and Earl peaking around the corner with some sugar cookies to offer us. His stories and laughter were always a treat to put a smile on your face. He will be truly missed until we see him again in Heaven.

 

Mary Ann Olsen posted on 1/14/21

WOW! I thought that with all her energy and positive vibes that Bonnie might live forever. Her spirit will endure a long time despite the big hole she will, for sure, leave in the lives of many. Condolences sent to all of those who loved Bonnie. She will be long remembered by many.

 

BETH and WAYNE WESSON posted on 1/14/21

Pat was a beautiful lady inside and out. We were friends for the last 20 years here in Hendersonville and enjoyed may activities, games groups, and parties together. Her Christian values always pulled her through some difficult times. Her grace and beauty will always be remembered.

 

Andrea Christian posted on 1/14/21

I will miss a neighbor and Mah Jongg player.

 

Aura posted on 1/14/21

My grandmother, Mama Linda, was like a second mother to me. I have countless memories of us together over the years. She introduced me to so many different facets of life that are still so much a part of me today. I see so much of her in myself that I know she's still with me in more ways than one. I'm so grateful that she was such a big part of my life. And I'm grateful that after a long, full life that she is finally reunited with her parents, her husband and her sister.

 

Bob and Gail Harrelson posted on 1/14/21

It is a sobering experience to watch the wave of one's generation breaking on the shores of eternity. The news of Bonnie's passing hit us both hard. For many years the whole family was a big part of our lives.We truly feel and share your loss. Mike, Cheryl, Bob and all the family you are in our thoughts and prayers. There are too many great memories to share here. The day will come when we can share them here. That day will also come when we can share them with Bonnie in a better place and time. Love you all and may God's peace comfort your hearts.

 

Marilyn Horne posted on 1/14/21

My prayers are with you Fran. Earl will be dearly missed. We will all miss his smiling face around the Curb Market.

 

Waynette Capps Bishop posted on 1/14/21

Ryan, so sorry for the loss of your dad and your mom. Both was dear fine people. May you be comforted by Gods strength.

 

Waynette Bishop posted on 1/14/21

So sorry for your loss.

 

Steven Bruff posted on 1/14/21

So sorry for your loss keeping the family in my prayers May God Be With you all at this Difficult time .

 

Betsy Gibson Nigh posted on 1/14/21

To Fran, Jerry, Bobby, Cheryl, Michael and their families, We will all miss our dear friend, Bonnie. She is "Heaven-bound" because she had Jesus in her life. Bonnie was sweet, caring, and talented. I will miss you, honey.

 

Eddie Merrell posted on 1/14/21

Known Earl all my life. As a teenager I worked at his & Deans Phillip 66 station. Really a good & caring family man. Great influence on a young man with his work ethic, honesty & caring attitude. A wonderful man. My condolonces to Francis & the girls. May he rest in peace.

 

Nancye Vaughn posted on 1/14/21

Frances, you and your family are in our prayers. Philip and Nancye Vaughn

 

Jamie Banther posted on 1/14/21

Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I'm going to miss going to breakfast and our talks and laughs. You will be missed by many.

 

 

Robyn Crawford posted on 1/13/21

"Those we love and lose are always connected by heartstrings into infinity." – Terri Guillemets Sending prayers to family and friends as you mourn.

 

Beverly Kuykendall posted on 1/13/21

So sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Robbie Taylor posted on 1/13/21

I love you papa Earl. My Tarheel buddy. My fellow cat lover. I’ll miss you standing in the driveway until we pull out of sight. Rest easy blue eyed fellow.

 

Ernestine McCaskill posted on 1/13/21

Jerry, I am so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Cheryl McCraw posted on 1/13/21

Loved that good stuff he brought to the curb! Prayers for your family

 

Lynn (Freeman) Bush posted on 1/13/21

I'm so sorry about Bonnie's passing. I don't think I ever saw her without a big smile on her face. She sure loved her family, and was so proud of everyone. May God comfort you all.

 

Bill Orr posted on 1/13/21

Bonnie was always a ray of sunshine!! I have had the pleasure of being her friend since grade school. We graduated from HHS in 1961 and have continued as good friends. She and Jerry joined us many times for dinner and laughs! Love you lady!!

 

Melissa Layne Rogers posted on 1/13/21

Bonnie was very sweet. Mike her sun is my brother in law. You will be missed very much . Rest in piece.

 

Jean McGrady posted on 1/13/21

Tom was a delightful gentleman and historian, always with a quick smile and a story.. I knew him from his work on the library board. He will be sorely missed. Best wishes to all his family.

 

Bert & Pat McCall posted on 1/13/21

He was always smiling and so pleasant every time we saw him. May God keep you and your family in His hands and give you comfort.

 

Steve Vassos posted on 1/13/21

It's been a very tough year. Please accept my deepest sympathies for your losses. I am sending you my wishes and prayers for peace and strength to lead you through this.

 

JL posted on 1/13/21

Julie, thank you for how you always treated me. You were always willing to listen to what I had to say and carried a smile that brightened my day. You always made me feel included & were so sweet to me. Rest in peace Julie, see you soon.

 

Wendy McDaniel Vislocky posted on 1/13/21

What I have learned about Linda, first and foremost, she is my aunt, cousin by law. My dad, Jimmie McDaniel’s mother Eula Williams McDaniel, took Linda in at 5 years and Marilyn 3, after the loss of their mother from an aneurysm at age 28 and their father by a train accident a year later. Louise was sister of Eula and Aunt Myrtice . Eula took in both girls at once and Little Jimmie, who had been alone on the plantation had immediate two new sisters! But, after a couple of years, when baby Robin was born, it was too much for Eula with Jimmie, baby Robin, and two girls that did not always get along. Myrtice decided to take Marilyn to live with her in Tampa and Eula took Linda to continue living in Tallahassee at Welaunee Plantation. The many stories are way to long to tell! My dad said Linda always blamed him for her various veins in her legs by convincing her to jump out of the top of a hayloft running from Grandma Williams! Also, a few years ago, I met a gentleman who courted Linda while at Leon high school, he was invited out to Welaunnee and stated she took him on a fabulous horse and buggy ride! Even years later, Don Ritchie was still taken by Linda and his memories of her! He even married a Linda!.... Although separated in different homes, Linda and Marilyn were together quite often with their close knit family. Aunt Linda, Uncle Johnnie, Mark and Terry visited often with lots of fun memories playing in Grama Eula’s yard and the house in Georgia. Uncle Johnny and Linda had great senses of humor and when Marilyn and her husband David Johnson were there, there was constant laughter and great times hanging out with Jimmie and Patsy McDaniel, Uncle Ronnie and others! Another great memory, Aunt Linda always remembered my birthday, she always made me feel so special almost like somehow I was secretly her favorite.... that’s how she was, she wanted everyone to feel she was only there for that one person whom she was with. I’ll never forget the warmth and happiness she gave me. The last time I went to visit her was November 2019, we traveled over from Pigeon Forge to visit Linda and take her to lunch. We had a great time! We went to Cracker Barrel, ate a lot of good food and took pie to go! We then drove around sightseeing until she was tired. I always loved how she called my honey or sweetie. Our last call on her birthday was wonderful, we talked about her blackberry pound cake and I sand a very off-key Happy Birthday song that made her laugh that beautiful fun laugh I’ll always remember. I’ll hold onto that call how happy she was! My Dad Jimmie McDaniel, was quite the brother I’m sure with pranks okayed and lessons taught and learned! He has the stories! My memory of Linda of how sophisticated she appeared when she came to visit at grandmas after her and Uncle Johnny meet. We were small kinds then... we loved playing in the huge yard at a grandmas and Granddaddy’s! Linda always laughed vivaciously

 

Kat Billiot posted on 1/13/21

My mother was a strong advocate for the children she cared for as a social worker and an even stronger advocate for her own children throughout their lives. We were so lucky to have her as our mom. I miss you mommy!!!!

 

Kim Vassos posted on 1/13/21

Lake Bowen Fish Camp has been one of the highlights of our annual trip to the Maxwell family farm each year. It was never a challenge to persuade JZ to act as chauffeur and as host for the drive through the beautiful countryside to this favorite, delicious destination. Although those visits to the mountains meant wonderful meals with family and friends, they also always included music. (I suspect J was a secret rock and roller). We enjoyed going with him to the Feed and Seed to hear a variety of groups and loved the Music on Main evenings in town. The farm itself was a source of pride for J and for Linda. Maintaining the wonderful property and making sure there were always living creatures to enjoy took lots of time and effort. Rounding the curve of the gravel road and seeing Grandma’s house sitting shaded by those big old trees always made me smile. More often than not, J would be waiting on the porch to make sure I arrived in one piece. He took great care of Grandma’s house so all who visited had a comfortable place to stay. It was the gathering spot for friends and family on special occasions and for occasions that were just made special by being there. JZ and Linda were a devoted husband and wife and I will take comfort knowing they are reunited again. With much love and many memories of you, Kim

 

Marilyn Horne posted on 1/12/21

Ryan. I loved your mom and dad so much and was so blessed with their friendship over these years. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers at this time.

 

Mandy Goodwin posted on 1/12/21

Mary was one of a kid, and we loved her dearly. She always made me laugh with her snarky remarks. You will be dearly missed Mary. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Rob and Athena Whitaker posted on 1/12/21

Rob and I are so saddened to hear of the passing of Ronnie. She was a beloved neighbor and friend.

 

Leeann posted on 1/12/21

You will be missed dearly.

 

Sandra Russell Steed posted on 1/12/21

She was such a beautiful lady and loved you so..put up with all of us. The obituary is such a testimony to her and she is smiling.

 

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Dave and Sally Madio posted on 1/12/21

Sally, we are so sorry to hear of Drew's passing. We have wonderful memories of time spent with you both, and Dave so appreciated the opportunity to interact with Drew in so many ways. Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

 

Nancy Koski posted on 1/12/21

Patricia was a dear friend and I miss her so much! My sincere condolences to her sons and other family members. Pat was fun to know and we enjoyed playing dulcimer and our many visits together over the past few years. She was a kind, lovely person, and easily made friends. Pat will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Holly Owens posted on 1/12/21

Mark and Terry, I am so sorry for your loss. Aunt Linda was a very special lady and I do mean lady. She sent the prettiest birthday cards and I was receiver of some of those newspaper clippings. She was a devoted sister and called, wrote and sent a card every week when Mom was ill. I love you cousins. Sending lots of love!!!

 

Leslie Tucker posted on 1/12/21

Aunt Linda was the best auntie a girl could ask for. Her smile and soft Southern accent could melt anyone. I will miss her.

 

Jody Glenn posted on 1/12/21

A lot of people wouldn’t know her by Julie...as I know you by Sailor... Rest In Peace my friend !! Your healed and will always remain In in my heart and in my prayers ... your free. !!! My condolences to her family !!sending stream the and prayers

 

Juanita Davis posted on 1/12/21

This picture does show her jovial personality and I know she will be missed by all who knew her. My condolences to you Annie, and your family. May her memory live on forever with you.

 

Karen Logan posted on 1/12/21

Sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one . He was a great man.

 

John Hudson posted on 1/12/21

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Fuller at Volvo and he always made me laugh, listening to his story’s, I will always remember how he told me that the first time he heard The Beatles it changed his world. He was a real character , rest In Peace Fuller

 

Cindy and Gary Hipps posted on 1/12/21

We are so sad we did not get a visit with Jo one more time. We have been talking about it for a year and was waiting for the right time. She reached out to me several times after Tucker died and it was so great to talk to her. We have such fond memories of Jo! I am so sorry as I know you will miss her so much. Let us know when you have a memorial. [email protected]

 

Chris Horseman posted on 1/11/21

I want to send my condolences to his wife daughter and family. I've known Stephen for a bit. We loved talking about food and video games he was such a happy guy I will miss him a lot he will forever be in our hearts and thoughts.

 

 

Ashley Burrell posted on 1/11/21

With such a sad heart, I will say, until heaven Tony...

 

Sandra Little posted on 1/11/21

What a great man, one of a kind. He will surely be missed, but most definitely loved!

 

Sandra Little posted on 1/11/21

What a great man, one of a kind. Will surely be missed, but most definitely loved!

 

Vickie Osborne posted on 1/11/21

RIP MR.ORR...YOU WILL BE MISSED BY MANY....

 

Vickie posted on 1/11/21

RIP MR.ORR..YOU WILL BE MISSED BY MANY....

 

Kelly Bell Lytle posted on 1/11/21

I have so many fond memories of Tom Orr. Most importantly, he challenged me to do my best and believed in me. His wit and humor were second only to his love of teaching others. He changed my life for the better in so many ways.

 

 

Michelle Morgan posted on 1/11/21

One of the best teachers I had at HHS (84) He instilled confidence and brought out the best in his students. Kept in touch even after school up to Dec 31. Definitely will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to the family

 

Sandra Morgan Carpenter (Sandee) posted on 1/11/21

Tom Orr was a good friend to me and my family. I was able to move from calling him Mr. Orr when he taught me high school English to Tom when he directed me to two of his historic courthouse plays. I was not involved in drama in high school but always wanted to be. My husband Bill was the actor. I knew Tom would wanted Bill for parts in the courthouse plays and to get to Bill, he went through me! Lol, I was a hard one to teach but he made me feel valuable to the plays. He called me his lucky penny. Tom loved my mother, Beulah Morgan. He interviewed her once for his article. They also enjoy discussing the teenage canteen and changes over the years. Tom was always so happy to see his students. I especially loved catching up with him at the annual HHSAA Hall of Fame Awards. We both loved beach music and shag dancing. Thank you Tom for making me an actress! You will be missed! I hope someone carries out his vision of having bronze statutes on Main Street commemorating folks who contributed so much to Hendersonville. He had mentioned Don Barber and Robroy Farquhar. I think a statute of Tom Orr would fit right in!

 

Johnny Gibbs HHS class of '69 posted on 1/11/21

Mr.Orr was a standout during my high school years as well as afterwards. Always took time to stop and chat about anything and everything. We have lost a true champion and Bearcat, much too soon.

 

Felicia Williams posted on 1/11/21

Mr. Orr was the best teacher I ever had. He would challenge me to do the right thing and even force me to be in a play. He was and always will be the BEST.

 

 

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Bill Stokes HHS Class of 1981 posted on 1/10/21

Mr. Orr had a woven Thoreau quote hanging on his wall when I was in school: “If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away.” I am so glad the music he heard kept him in our community for so many years. RIP, good sir. Godspeed!

 

Alyson Reim Friedman posted on 1/10/21

He referred to me fondly as his “impudent hussy”, a nod to My Fair Lady - our senior play. I played Eliza Doolittle under his direction. He supported and honed my acting training in high school. We participated in many one act festivals statewide and those experiences gave me a foundation on which I still continue to build on. He remained a friend and cheerleader - always encouraging. I will hold on to his memory forever and I am so grateful he was one of my mentors. I will miss him deeply.

 

Lynn Hollis posted on 1/10/21

I am so sorry at the Passing of Mr Orr. He was one of my favorite teachers and I have so enjoyed reading Ridge Lines. He will be sorely missed by the whole community.

 

Samantha Hannah posted on 1/10/21

He made all the waitstaff at Mills River Restaurant day better and lives better by getting to know him. I was lucky enough to get to see him and catch up a few days before his passing. He will be greatly missed and will forever be a part of the family here at Mills River Restaurant

 

Yvette Taylor(Prissy) posted on 1/10/21

Calling me Pristine. Me callung him Puddin.

 

Teresa Henderson posted on 1/10/21

Sweet funny Brenda you will truly be missed. Thanks for all the laughs! Our work place won’t be the same without you. Sending Tammy Tom and family my deepest sympathy and love. RIP sweet lady

 

 

Etta Jones Lusk posted on 1/10/21

May God's Amazing Grace give each one comfort and, Peace. She was a beautiful girl. Prayers and Love to all.

 

Ray Bennett - Class of 1969 HHS posted on 1/10/21

Tom Orr had "Great Expectations" of us all! He will be missed greatly by all of us who had the privilege of his excellent instruction, demanding of excellence, Quality of leadereship, and warm friendship.

 

Marcia Mills Kelso posted on 1/9/21

My heart is broken over the loss of Tom Orr. He gave so much of himself to so many over the years. He was by far the best teacher during my years at HHS. His teaching, writing, directing, etc. will be missed in our community for years to come. There will never be another Tom Orr. My heart and sympathies go out to his family at this time. Love to you always Mr. Orr!!!

 

Kathy Streeter Morgan posted on 1/9/21

Tom Orr was a true treasure as an educator, thespian, historian, and friend. We will miss him greatly. Please consider donating to the Thomas E Orr scholarship fund so we can honor him each year with a scholarship to a deserving senior. Make check to Hendersonville High School Alumni Association, 1 Bearcat Blvd, Hendersonville, NC 28791 or donate online at HHSAA.com and specify Tom Orr Scholarship Fund

 

Marlo Maybin posted on 1/9/21

I met steven and Maggie at smart style salon in Walmart. Have been doing their hair for some time now. Was heavy hearted and so sad to hear this news. Praying for Maggie and his wife and family. A very sad loss. What a super sweet guy he was...

 

Linda Alton Gilbert posted on 1/8/21

Such a wonderful man and always a pleasure to talk to.How he helped write the stories of the Honor Air and the play was something that will always be cherished. His stories of our town will always be special for generations to come.

 

Michael Sinclair posted on 1/8/21

I met Tom in the first grade and we remained lifelong friends. The news of his death leaves me with a hollow feeling in my stomach. I’m having great difficulty accepting that we shall never again recall humorous events in our school days.

 

Lynnette Raines posted on 1/8/21

My thoughts,and prayers are with the Orr family. Mr Orr made such a positive impact on our community.

 

 

Bobbi Heatherly posted on 1/8/21

Love and lots of prayers for you all

 

Martha Gaillard posted on 1/8/21

Tom was a friend to all who knew him. What a shock and what a loss. His family will be in my prayers.

 

Dorothy Capes Weaver Class of '85 posted on 1/8/21

Mr. Orr was an amazing English teacher. He was always kind and made you laugh but you learned so much. Thank you Mr. Orr .

 

 

Gabriela posted on 1/7/21

Rest in peace

 

Jeannie Akin posted on 1/7/21

You were taken from us far too soon, but i'll always love you from the earth to the moon. Your smile and laughter would fill the air, nothing else could compare. When you see me looking to the sky above, just know sweet girl i'm sending you all my love!

 

 

Amanda Poplin posted on 1/7/21

My sweet Julie. Even though I met you once so long ago. You never left me.

 

 

Alec Barber posted on 1/7/21

Rest In Peace beautiful

 

Dot Beddingfield posted on 1/7/21

To Carol, Ashley and Orr Family, You're in my heart, thoughts, and prayers at this time. I hope you always hold onto the warm and wonderful memories you shared together, and that they continue to bring you comfort and peace. Mr. Orr was an inspiration to all of us who knew him. Ashley, he told me many times how much he loved you and thanked me for being your teacher. As the saying goes, "What a teacher writes on the blackboard of life can never be erased." That is certainly true of Mr. Orr.

 

 

Gleanus Gilliam posted on 1/7/21

He was interested in my mother Serepta Arrington WWII veteran 98 now. He done a story on her family ,The Hamilton’s , whom he was ken too. His interest was kind, sincere, He became a friend on Facebook too. Love his stories in the paper.He will be missed.Prayers to his family

 

 

Molly Sherrill posted on 1/7/21

Brenda was a sweet lady and a hard worker. She had been faithful to MWW since 1994, when the mill opened. She was a huge part of the MWW family and she is missed. Brenda we love you, and Tom and Tammy we love you and are here for you. Sincerely, Molly Sherrill

 

Cassidy posted on 1/7/21

Julie Bean ill cherish our memories forever.i I love you.

 

Edgar Garcia posted on 1/7/21

God has saved you and healed you, now your in heaven at peace, he took a beautiful angel, I know you are watching over your beautiful babies, your blood is still running around they have your smile and a lot of you I can see in them, thank you for them and for the good memories we had together, your smile and your laugh and everything about you was special and beautiful I will always have you in my heart Rest In Peace Julie Nicole Beddingfield.

 

 

Beverly Levi posted on 1/7/21

Rest with Jesus, little cousin. We'll be rejoicing with you in heaven soon.

 

Gary Lance posted on 1/7/21

Knowing Julie and seeing that beautiful smile was one of the joys of my life I will never forget her visits and how my granddaughter Ayla loved her so much

 

 

Patricia Stokes posted on 1/7/21

My sweet , beautiful, glowing Juliebean.- I miss you so very much. You will always be in my heart, and always on my mind. I'm glad you are finally healed. I love you to the moon and all the way past the wishing star. I'll meet you on the other side when my chores on earth are through. <3 <3

 

 

Georgia posted on 1/7/21

The mother of a really close friend of Julie

 

 

Larry and Pam Rhodes posted on 1/6/21

Our deepest sympathies are with you all during Julie’s passing. Prayers going up.

 

Alan Wylde HHS class of 1975 posted on 1/6/21

Tom Orr was the finest and most inspiring teacher I ever had, from kindergarten through graduate school. I have followed his example long into my own maturity, though I live hundreds of miles away.

 

Alton Connor posted on 1/6/21

I am so deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Tom Orr. Our lives have been connected for well more than 50 years. He was my sophomore English teacher at HHS and we saw each other out and about thru the years at the grocery store, at church, at productions he put on. He was an icon in this community and his physical presence, as well as his vast historical knowledge and his enduring friendship will be greatly missed. I'm thankful that my life was touched by him. I will always be grateful that he thought enough of me to ask me to speak at the funeral of another beloved HHS teacher, Hannah Logan Edwards. I send my love, thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to his family as they walk through this season of grief! We all grieve with his family. Tom Orr, you will be missed by many because you touched the lives of countless many. Excelsior!!!

 

Cheryl Eye Pruitt posted on 1/6/21

My deepest sympathy and prayers to the family and friends of Doley Bell . He will be greatly missed.

 

Lynn Garren Lance posted on 1/6/21

I am heartbroken at the passing of Mr. Orr. He has been a staple in my life from my childhood as a neighbor to having him as a teacher at HHS. I have too many fond memories of Mr. Orr to list. He was a wonderful man and I learned so much from him that has enriched my life. Mr. Orr will be greatly missed in the Bearcat Family and the community at large. Rest In Peace, Mr. Orr, you blessed our lives!

 

Tom & Becky Estes posted on 1/5/21

They were special people. My wife and I loved and respected them. Condolences to the family and friends.

 

 

Diana Mebane McHenry posted on 1/5/21

What I remember the most about my Uncle Tommy was his amazing sense of humor. Even from a young age, I remember his quick wit and storytelling. Many of his stories involved memories of growing up in Hendersonville. I know he touched many lives during his tenure as a teacher at HHS and as a dedicated community advocate in his beloved hometown of Hendersonville. He was a shining example of living a life full of joy and purpose. He will be sorely missed.

 

Janet Rogolsky posted on 1/5/21

I'm so very sorry to learn of your loss of Jacquey. She was an absolutely wonderful woman. Please accept my most sincere condolences.

 

TONYA ALLISON posted on 1/5/21

I had the honor of knowing Mrs. Morris as both a friend and co-worker back in my college years. She always had a smile and kind words for me and everyone who knew her. She was an amazing role model and truly a gracious Southern lady. Most of all, her love for the Lord showed in every aspect of her life. Just imagine the jubilation in Heaven when she and Mr. Morris were reunited! I thank Cindy, Joe, Jeff, and all the family for sharing Mrs. Morris with me. My life is richer for having known her.

 

Norman Evelyn Nichols posted on 1/5/21

Our prayers are with the family with the loss of Michael

 

 

Tiffany Banks posted on 1/4/21

I'll never hold Sam up to the water fountain the same. Love always

 

Susan Reynolds posted on 1/4/21

I am so sorry to hear of Carol’s passing. We were friends while she was in Tuscaloosa studying for her MFA. We spent a lot of time together back then. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Mary Lou (Jones) Chapman posted on 1/4/21

Doley and I began first grade at East Flat Rock together and graduated from East together. Although I have had no contact with Doley for many years, I shall always treasure knowing him those 12 years. Also I graduated from UNC-Asheville with his first wife Sandra Ward.

 

Barbara and Bill Bricker posted on 1/3/21

Will miss his smiling face and all of his encouragement. He was a true example of Christ's love for others!

 

Bill and Diane Laughter posted on 1/3/21

RIP dear friend. We had many laughs and happy times together. Until we meet again.

 

 

Jerrol Shipe posted on 1/3/21

He was like a brother met over playstation

 

Judi Bishop posted on 1/3/21

MY HEART IS SAD FOR EACH OF YOU AND PRAYERS GOING UP FOR THE FAMILY..I LOVE EACH OF YOU MAY GOD GIVE YOU A PEACE THAT ONLY HE CAN GIVE...Judi Bishop

 

 

Wayne and Aline Buckner posted on 1/3/21

So very sorry for your.loss..Prayers for the family and Friends

 

Judy Stewart-Brady posted on 1/3/21

Rest in peace, Dear Cousin. Miles kept us apart but you were always in my heart.

 

 

Kelly Bunch posted on 1/3/21

I remember when you drove me from Myrtle Beach to Virginia and back one day to get Frankie and Brandon. Then a month late we took them back home, so many memories. Rest in Peace Sweet Friend.

 

Roger Burnett posted on 1/2/21

Just found out the loss of your family

 

Melinda Harris posted on 1/2/21

To Melody, Melissa and all the family: We’re so very sorry to hear about Doley. He and Melody were friends and neighbors of ours for years on Lands End Drive. We thought the world of Doley, and we’re thinking of all of you and keeping you in our prayers.

 

Esther winkler posted on 1/1/21

I am so sorry to hear of Steves passing. I am sad to think this was on his mind and he could not allow friends and family to help him thru whatever was going wrong in his life. I pray for his wife and his daughter he loved more then anything. I hope his family and loved ones keep the memories and good times in their hearts. I have always called steve Rudy a inside joke with us based on the movie Rudy. I hope you are at peace now but sad you left so many people who cared about you behind to deal with missing you forever. RIP Rudy till we meet again.

 

Kendall Taylor posted on 1/1/21

Doley was a kind, honorable man. We served together as Sunday School teachers, deacons, and on various committees over many years at East Flat Rock Baptist. Doley was a great friend. I know he loved his God, his family, and his friends sacrificially. I will miss him. Condolences to Melissa, Josh, and family.

 

Charles Rollins II posted on 1/1/21

Im so sorry. Wish I could help take the pain away

 

Tim and Pam Mullinax posted on 12/31/20

Pam and I were saddened to learn of Doley's passing.We were friends for more than 50 years. . Pam served on his board at Carolina Village.He would stop by my office to pick me up to view his azaleas when they were at their peak.He was justifiably proud of his family and all who knew him will miss him. Doley was a fine man with sturdy morals.

 

Brenda Landreth Whiteside and Arthur posted on 12/31/20

Fred and Nancy, Our condolences to you and your family. Doley was a kind man.

 

Arthur carmody posted on 12/31/20

So sorry to just see this- were close friends when we were young - will be missed

 

Arthur carmody posted on 12/31/20

So sorry to just see this- was a close friend of Chris’ when when were young - will be missed

 

Samantha Robertson posted on 12/31/20

Cindy, I’m so very sorry to hear about your mom. She was always so sweet. I’ll be praying for you and your family!

 

Charles E. Thomas posted on 12/30/20

Linda and I pass our condolences to the family. To us in health, wealth, sunshine or rain Doley Bell was just.......Doley!

 

James Norwood, NC DMV posted on 12/30/20

I am very sorry for your loss. God be with you during this difficult time.

 

Pam Owenby posted on 12/30/20

Melissa, I am so sorry for your loss. I did not know your dad, but I see you got your kind heart and helping hand from him. Prayers foe you and your family.

 

Susan Lee posted on 12/30/20

I am so sorry for your loss. He was a very kind man. He was one of the first people that interviewed me when I came to First Baptist East Flat Rock. His support and leadership meant a lot to me. He was always dependable and faithful to serve wherever needed. I will be praying for peace and comfort for all of you.

 

Penny and Johnny McMahan posted on 12/30/20

This precious lady will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She was so full of life her laugh was contagious. So much fun and laughter when around her. She was very talented too. Loved hearing her sing and play whatever instruments she had on hand. I do know she loved her God! Her children and grandchildren were what she treasured most in life. She was quite a woman! I always looked up to her. I love you Aunt Cora you will always be in my heart. God bless and keep her beautiful family in your care. I love you! RIP Cora

 

 

Angela OBrien posted on 12/29/20

What a pleasure to have met her! Heaven gained an Angel and she will greeted by 2 of her favorite people! Much love and condolences to the family.

 

Kathey Lancaster posted on 12/29/20

I am so sorry to hear of Doley's passing. He and I grew up together attending East Flat Rock First Baptist and were schoolmates all through the years til graduation.. Doley had a huge heart for people and never saw a stranger. He will be missed.

 

Sandra Graziano posted on 12/29/20

Cindy, Sharon and family—though your mom was really my mother’s aunt, their closeness in age made them seem more like cousins and friends. I remember fondly trips to both Waynesville and Mills River as a child, visiting Aunt Cora and Uncle Neal. No one could make my parents laugh so hard! Your mom had the best laugh, and she laughed with her eyes as well as her heart and mouth. She was always stylish and kind and welcoming. Carl and I visited a few times when we lived in Raleigh—once taking home one of your dad’s barn kittens. We named him Skeeter, and he lived a long and happy life. Your mom touched my life in ways large and small, and for that I will be forever grateful. Rest In Peace, Aunt Cora. Much love to you all, Sandy Graziano and family

 

Laura Lawrence posted on 12/29/20

Doley brought such joy and humor to my family’s time at Calvary Baptist Church. I am heartbroken to hear of his passing, my heart and prayers are with the family.

 

Sid Bakke posted on 12/29/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Donna Lynn, Mike and the entire family. May she rest in peace. All our best, Sid Mary Beth, Lydia and Austin Bakke

 

JoAnn Johnson posted on 12/29/20

Mom I miss you everyday,I love you and Johnny does to I know you pain free mom one day I’ll see you again

 

pegi cairnes posted on 12/28/20

Paula Cairnes Brown and extended family: I was so sorry to read this about Cora. unfortunately, i only have vague memories of her as i didn't grow up in mills river. Aunt Ann spoke of her and Neal often with a great deal of love. there are so many of my Cairnes relatives i know nothing about. much love and many prayers for you all. Bob and Eleanors daughter, Pegi.

 

SUSAN KING posted on 12/28/20

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God. Receive your heavenly reward big sister. You are loved.

 

 

Bryan Scott posted on 12/28/20

Sandy was a kind person with a beautiful soul. Quick to laugh and slow to anger. She was undeserving of the heartache she endured in her life. But, she is now reaping her heavenly reward. Rest In Peace, Sandy, you will be missed.

 

Susan Sankowich posted on 12/28/20

I will always remember Sandy as a sweet, gentle, beautiful person. She was always good to me and I am so sorry for her loss. Rest in peace, sweet Sandy.

 

Judithf Cairnes posted on 12/28/20

Sorry to hear about Aunt cora y'all are in my thoughts and prayers

 

 

Natisha Wilkes posted on 12/28/20

Thank you for allowing me to get to know Mrs. Barbara and letting me help in her care! She will be greatly missed!!

 

Beth Ariss posted on 12/28/20

It has been a blessing to know and love Barbara. She had this way of bringing joy where she went. Her smile could light up a room and the people in it. She could touch your heart with that loving smile. I shall miss her dearly but rejoice knowing that she is now held by her Eternal Father.

 

Thomas & SallyAnn Staffier posted on 12/28/20

We will always have Barbara in our hearts, as we both loved her. Our prayers will be said at all times and we will always remember her smile and all the wonderful moments that we shared with Barbara. God please watch over her and may she rest in peace. Amen

 

 

Jean Caskey posted on 12/27/20

I had the wonderful opportunity to visit Cora and Neal in their lovely mountain home a couple of times. I remember, one of the trips consisted with four of us sisters, (Alice - Cora's sister-in-law, Kat, Grace and myself.) Cora was interesting in hearing about our trip riding up, as well as, catching up on each of our lives and families. Then, we all gathered in her living room for entertainment. Cora got her AUTOHARP, one of the greatest musical instruments, out. Cora would play and Neal joined her in singing. I heard some of the most rewarding sound, and the entertainment from these two that my ears would experience. Imagine, sitting in a room, in a home in the beautiful mountains, and hearing the chords coming from the AUTOHARP, by Cora's fingers, and the voices of both she and Neal! Well, I will always treasure this honor provided by these two. I am sending up prayers for all of Cora's family! MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

 

sharon white posted on 12/27/20

Floyd and I received an unexpected blessing when Carol and Larry purchased the home next door to.ours to be close to their lifelong friend, Peggy.y husband discovered a true buddy who could converse on any subject imaginable. I always felt loved and cherished by Larry and he let us know how he felt in so many ways with his generosity of resources, talents and affection. In the few years he has lived here, he gained a legacy of loyal friends who will continue to watch over the live of his life, Carol. My heart aches because I will miss him terrible but my prayers are to see him again...making wonderful creations in his New Jerusalem woodworking shop. Love you Larry.. I am better for having you in my life.

 

Janice Jarrett posted on 12/27/20

Larry Day, Knowing you has been a blessing to me and to my family. You were funny, smart, kind, and you were an example of how a husband should love his wife. I heard you say many times, "I love you Mrs. Day". You were very deep in your thinking. I respected you very much. You were there for me when I lost Lowell. You showed me what I needed to do. You were a craftsman beyond anything I coul imagine. I cherish everything you made for me.Yor love for Tori and Alleigh and you willingness to be their teacher will forever be etched in their hearts. We will miss you Mr. Larry, so much. You were one of a kind. Thank you for being a part of our lives.❤️

 

Peggy Anderson posted on 12/27/20

Cora was truly a wonderful Lady. She let her light shine regarding her relationship with the Lord. I will always cherish her memory and look forward to spending eternity with her in Heaven. May the family be comforted with all the Love and Prayers surrounding them at this time.

 

Cap Milfred & Joan Carolyn Harper posted on 12/26/20

f=This memorial if from Milfred &Joan Harper who are both memebrs of this wonderful Army know as the Salvation Army and we both mourn with the family of our brother who is promoted to Glory we live in Canada near Ottawa and when one of us mourns we all do : In the name of JESUS CHRIST WE WILL meet him over there.

 

 

Rob Regan posted on 12/24/20

I hope to someday be half the man you were love you dad. You’ll always be In my heart

 

Hazel Thornburg posted on 12/23/20

So sorry for your loss. You guys were awesome how you cared for her!

 

Karolina & Marcin Moralewski posted on 12/23/20

Your husband and father was one of the most generous and kind people you could hope to meet. Our hearts go out to you and your family. May the love of God give you some peace and comfort during this tragic time. You will be in our prayers Karolina & Marcin Moralewski

 

Corum Smith & Family posted on 12/22/20

Major Sipe and his wife are good people. I admire their many years of service to the community and on a more personal note, I appreciate how they would faithfully visit my wife, Anne, every month for the last few years of her life when she was in memory care. There are few people I have known who have had such a long and dedicated service to the Salvation Army. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

 

Major Pst Johnston posted on 12/22/20

Will miss him. He was a Christian gentlemen. We met Max back in the 60s in the Ala. La. Miss. Division and. He never changed. We loved him and his wife.

 

 

Mr and mrs robert barkley posted on 12/21/20

A life of giving and loving by a kind man who loved his sons and those they loved. We only know you through your son Dave and Teresa, his wife, who loved you dearly.

 

David and Terry Baucom posted on 12/21/20

Terry and I first meet Brother Max upon moving to Hendersonville NC. Max was one of the kindness people, one fine Christians. Always trying to lead someone to Christ. He will be missed. Rest in peace brother Max.

 

 

Kelly Regan posted on 12/21/20

I love you Daddy and you will forever be in my heart.

 

 

Teresa Powers posted on 12/21/20

Goodbye is not forever and the end. It just means that we all miss you until we meet again in heaven.

 

Linda and Joe Brittain posted on 12/21/20

We are so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Our prayers go out for your peace and comfort.

 

 

Susan Powers posted on 12/21/20

May the winds of heaven blow softly and whisper in your ear to let you know you are and always have been thought of with admiration and love.

 

Connie Backlund posted on 12/21/20

Dear Ann and family, My sincere sympathy on Don's passing. He was always there lending a helping hand and giving kind support to all your activities with the Friends of Carl Sandburg. So grateful to have known him through you. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. Connie Backlund

 

 

Mitchell & Derrel Jordan posted on 12/21/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family .

 

Briana Burdorf posted on 12/20/20

My grandpa was a great guy who loved his family. I have so many fond memories visiting him for holidays and other special events. He always wanted to make sure everyone was happy and enjoying themselves. He would tell great stories of his life and explain life lessons he learned. He also would try to understand what “all the kids” were talking about and try to figure out whatever device we happen to be into at the time. He usually didn’t quite understand but wanted to be involved with what we were doing. I’ll always remember a few years after Keven and I got married when he pulled me aside to ask how I was doing and make sure Keven was treating me well. It was very sweet. Getting together as a family will never be the same again. His passing has left a huge hole and his absence will always be felt. I’m so glad to have had him as long as I did but it doesn’t feels like enough.

 

Charles Gayle posted on 12/20/20

I have known Major max Sipe for many years and he was always so polite and friendly to be around.I looked forward to seeing him every year at Mens Campand talking with him.Such a delighteful man.

 

Rhonda Hollifield posted on 12/20/20

Max was a fine man. He always had a smile on his face and kind words. Condolences to Dot and his family.

 

RC Fleeman posted on 12/20/20

Max Sipe was one of the kindest people I ever met. He was unpretentious and he loved God and The Salvation Army. My wife and I knew his uncle John well. Praying for his family. 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

 

Barbara Zimmerer posted on 12/20/20

We are thanking God for the life Max lived. He was such a humble man, who always put others first. He blessed so many people during his life, including my family. We pray God's peace be with Dot and the family.

 

rick and sue mccune hannah and hailey shaw posted on 12/20/20

major sipe was such a kind and caring person,he was so nice to talk to, many prayers to mrs sipe

 

Cheryl and Doug Carter posted on 12/20/20

So sorry Rhonda.... I will always remember his thousand-watt smile! He was adorable and you took such good care of him. Bless you during this time, Cheryl Carter

 

William & Elizabeth Stull posted on 12/20/20

Dad was a Great man. He always helped me when I needed good advice. We really miss him. Now I have no one to chat with on Thursday evenings.

 

 

Sue Neathery posted on 12/20/20

Major Sipe was our Corp Officer in Monroe, La. He was one of the best officers ever. He gave me my very first job. He was a great example. He was a true man of God.

 

Ruby E Joiner Witthuhn posted on 12/20/20

Major and Mrs Sipe was our officers at the Salvation Army in Huntsville Alabama for a few years and we shared many wonderful memories. I am very sorry for the loss. The family is in my prayers. Major Sipe was loved by many and could always been counted on when you needed him.

 

 

Kay Rayfield posted on 12/20/20

Max you are more like a brother than a cousin and mother and daddy loved you like a son and I loved you and will deeply miss you, I pray for Dot and girls my love and prays are with then , looking forward to seeing you again

 

 

Loyce Lee posted on 12/20/20

Thank you for always being there for me through the years. You hold a very special place in my heart.

 

Teresa Hawley posted on 12/20/20

Uncle Max was always supportive and encouraging to be around. He always told great stories and loved to talk about Jesus. I knew he and aunt Dot always covered my family in prayer, they are true prayer warriors. I will really miss him and his bright, twinkling eyes. Rest In Peace dear uncle, I love you.

 

 

Betty Lyles posted on 12/20/20

Will always remember him as a friend, mentor and a Godly man.

 

Betty Lyles posted on 12/20/20

Max was the officer in Monroe LA. When Jerry Lyles was sent there for summer assignment. He made a lasting impression there and in all the years following. He was a friend, mentor and a great example of Jesus.

 

Blin Richards II posted on 12/19/20

I have so many fond memories visiting my grandpa at his home in Horse Shoe. We used to come in the summer and play baseball in the backyard and pretend to fish in the creek on the edge of the property. Grandpa always kept an ample stash of soda in the fridge in the garage and we always got to go get pizza with him from one of the local restaurants. He was always so happy to have us come visit for Christmas and other holidays. I am going to miss him so much.

 

Rebecca Doane posted on 12/19/20

Dearest Jeanette...It was such an honor to have you in my life. I learned so much from our time together and Im a better person for it! You are a bright light to those who know you! I will never forget, " Pardon me boys, Is this the Chatanooga choo-choo? " I love you and the entire salon will miss our Jeanette! Peace and blessings from all the girls at Salon Christianne..

 

Janet L Davis posted on 12/19/20

I Have known Harry for 35 years. Brenda remember when I came home with for home leave from G.S.A.. I still remember he gave his pancake up for me! I've always felt part of the family since. Funny how we landed up living close to your dad here in N.C. have lots of memories to cherish.

 

Lucy McGahan & family posted on 12/19/20

Dear Ken,, We never met your dad but, knowing you and your family, we suspect he was a pretty special guy. So sorry for your loss. Sending you nosara-quality love, Lucy Julie Greg Jax

 

 

Gary and Michelle Carter posted on 12/19/20

Precious Carol we are praying for you. Mr. Larry was a very dear man. We've enjoyed getting to know the both of you at church. We are always here for you for anything. God's with you every second, as you know and Mr. Larry is safe and whole again. You will be together again. We love you very much. 1 Thessalonians 4: 13-18

 

 

Charlotte Houston posted on 12/18/20

Very nice man! Appreciate the memory of setting on my porch with you & Rhonda!! Thank you for your service to our country

 

Susan Hass posted on 12/18/20

He was one of the favorite people in my life because he was true to himself. He had the best laugh ever that I can still hear. I’ll always miss him.

 

Ron and Patti Fausset posted on 12/18/20

Precious Posts! So sorry for your loss of a Dad! Losing a parent is heartbreaking no matter how old we are or they are. I would read the love and caring you had for your Dad with your media posts. He was lucky to have you and Blin as children. Praying for you both, along with other family members. ❤️

 

Debbie & Dave Huber posted on 12/18/20

Linda was such a sweet lady with a beautiful smile. We knew her from church. Our thoughts and prayers are with Pat and the family.

 

Jacob Ballew posted on 12/18/20

I hold wonderful memories of Mr. Smith. Visiting was always fun. He always greeted me with humor and warmth. His home was welcoming and he never rushed anyone to leave. It is a privilege to have known him. As 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 says, one day we will meet again.

 

Crystal Hattar posted on 12/18/20

My grandpa always kept me on my toes. He was such a fun person to be around- he was so bluntly honest :-) ( just like me ) - I loved talking with him and I am going to miss him so much!

 

Mazin Hattar posted on 12/18/20

My grandpa was always a cheerful person to be around and he was always able to put a smile on your face. He was sharp and clever, nothing slipped past my grandpa. I loved him very dearly.

 

Blin Richards posted on 12/18/20

Dad would alway have a list of things for us to do when we came to visit. He knew that if he didn't keep me busy I would just waste my time sleeping on the couch. The fist question after reviewing the list was where are the tools to get the job done and anyone that had been to dad's house knew he had the tools. It was the running joke that we needed to call Richards and Smith construction to get that project done. We're all going to miss you and your great wisdom and advice dad.

 

Brenda Richards posted on 12/18/20

My dad cared for his family and people whom he came in contact with during his lifetime. He loved to talk on the phone, visit church members in hospital or nursing homes, loved his church and for many years was the lawn mower guy of the property. In recent years, He would say "I don't have time, I'm retired! He cared so lovingly for our mom when she was sick with cancer and for our step mom at the end of her life. I was so proud of his U. S Army Service in the Korean War and his medals he was awarded. He was one of a kind and glad I have many of his traits. I will miss you dad with all my heart and see you at the resurrection morning when Jesus will come to raise you up and put on your new body in Him. Your favorite text: John 3:16- For God so Loved the World that He gave His only begotten Son that whoseover believe in Him will have everlasting life! Your favorite Hymn: How Great Thou Art will be my forever hymn and memories will come flooding in when I play and sing it it memory of you. See you in the morning Dad and rest in the Peace and Hope of Jesus Christ.

 

 

Rhonda posted on 12/17/20

My memory of dad is he was always busy - even if he’s wasn’t (the family would know what I mean) he was an active, happy and engaging person to be around most of his life!! Loved him dearly

 

Sue and Jim Arnold posted on 12/17/20

Jim and I had the pleasure of your Mother's company, and enjoyed conversations with her. We are so sorry for your loss but feel comfort that you will cherish such beautiful memories. We are sending our love and prayers to you and your family. Until you meet again, her love will always be around.

 

Richard and Barbara Young posted on 12/17/20

Our niece, Linda will be missed by us and everyone who knew her but will be remembered by all for her sweet disposition and caring nature. The world would be a better place if there were more like her. Our prayers now are for strength and comfort for the family she leaves behind - her husband, daughter and her family.

 

Madison posted on 12/16/20

Just learning about her passing. She was a major part of my healing. Words can’t express how thankful that our paths crossed.

 

Lorraine Nicosia posted on 12/16/20

Ann, I just read Saturday’s bulletin from Church and saw Don had passed. I missed his 15th Mass. I am so sorry for that. He was such a pleasure to see at the YMCA for so many years. God Bless Always.

 

Chip Lamb posted on 12/16/20

My most sincere condolences to his family. He was and his family are wonderful people. I remember from high school that he was well known as a competent and fair referee.

 

Pat Gebhardt posted on 12/15/20

Dear Heddy, So sorry for your loss. Ernie was such a kind man. I have fond memories of him when you were living in NJ. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. With much love, Pat Gebhardt

 

Carol Talbot posted on 12/15/20

Don was a wonderful man, always giving to and doing for others. He was also a wonderful Hendersonville Community Band member, again following his path of giving and serving. I enjoyed his humor, his talking about his family, and the projection of happiness that he gave to others. Called him Non for years - after his email address Non Dolan. Have missed him very much since he had to leave HCB and will continue to miss him. My love to his lovely wife and to all his family.

 

Susan J Phillis posted on 12/15/20

My boys, Brad and Ben, both played trumpet in the Hendersonville Community Band as seniors in high school. Don was so kind to both of them, encouraging them as young men as well as musicians. A good man with a huge heart for others.

 

Morgan Walker posted on 12/15/20

Grandma, I will always cherish the fond memories of hot days swimming in the pool, knowing you will always having the “good” Mac n cheese (and candy) in the cabinet in the kitchen, spending every Easter searching for the special gold and silver eggs, singing the balloon song in bed on sleep over nights & stopping and renting movies, and making the Easter egg basket cup cakes. I will carry on all these special traditions with Lillian and Eloise. I hope you and Scooter are going for some lovely walks. Xoxo miss you forever and always grandma!

 

mark gerick posted on 12/15/20

Mom will miss you so much we had such great times . Will miss your home cook meals an hanging out in backyard by the pool with the girls . Will cherish all of our family’s memories. Love you

 

Mackenzie Gerick posted on 12/15/20

Grandma with the pool in the backyard- words can’t express how much I already miss you and your smiling face! I will forever cherish all the memories you and papa made for us over the years! Love you forever! Kenz

 

 

Sheila Gerick posted on 12/15/20

My Beautiful Mother... loving grandmother and great grandmother. You taught me well... strength, love, hard work, creativity, love of music & dance, cooking, entertaining, the list is endless. I will love you and be remember your love for me Always. Until We Meet Again ❤️

 

Jim Smith posted on 12/14/20

My sympathy to the family. So sorry for your loss.

 

Matt Nolan posted on 12/14/20

It’s wonderful to read all our Dad’s friends, sharing how you knew our Father, how he affected your lives. Much love to all of you, we are grateful Dad had so many that cared about him.

 

Donna Russell posted on 12/14/20

Praying for your family during this loss. I LOVED working for and with Joe in high school volleyball. One of my "buddies". Always loved talking with him and letting him share his stories.

 

Ron & Jan Partin posted on 12/14/20

We lost a very good friend. We shared some so many laughs and special memories. Will never forget our trip to Costa Rica - one continual laugh. Don was a very kind, generous, and funny guy. We will miss you!

 

Gerry Huntley posted on 12/14/20

I was a patient at Garrison Family Dentistry for many years. Jill assisted Dr. Garrison on several of my procedures. I always enjoyed talking to Jill and the professional way in which she handled her job. She put me at ease and always had something kind to say. I am very sorry to learn of her passing. She left way too soon. To her family, friends and the staff of Garrison Family Dentistry my deepest sympathy. Gerry Huntley. 828-318-4013. [email protected]

 

Corum Smith posted on 12/14/20

I've known Joe since high school and was very fond of him. We played basketball together back when he was still at Mills River. We remained friends over the years and used to meet up at least once a month at the Mills River restaurant at a breakfast group for retirees. He was highly thought of and contributed immensely to the community throughout his life. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Donna Geouge posted on 12/14/20

Rest In Peace sweet Jill. I will miss you and you will forever be apart of my family.

 

William Shank posted on 12/13/20

Don and I both graduated from Syracuse University together in 1963. We played in the Syracuse Marching Band together, I believe and if so, we both went to the Cotton Bowl which Syracuse (Num. 3) won by beating the Texas Longhorns, the Number 1 College Team in the Nation. By doing so, Syracuse became the number one team in the nation. Afterwards Ernie Davis, the quarterback was awarded the Heisman Trophy. Don, along with Winford was also influential in my decision to return to the Hendersonville Community Band. I was sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Gail and Jerry Zink posted on 12/13/20

Don and I came up with solutions to many of the world's ills during our trips to and from rehearsals of the Hendersonville Community Band. We hope that someone else will take up that project in his absence. Don was a good neighbor and friend. His compassion for his fellow man was exemplary. The world needs more Don Nolans.

 

RALPH CARTER posted on 12/13/20

I had the pleasure of sharing 12 years with Don in the HCB trumpet section. He was a great band buddy and an inspiration. I admired his determination when he made his last attempt to rehearse. He is missed.

 

Clay Smith posted on 12/13/20

We will miss you Don. You lived a life of goodness and charity. I hope they play lots of songs by the Eagles in heaven.

 

Clay Smith posted on 12/13/20

Don, we will all miss you. A good friend and wonderful example of how to live a good and charitable life. I hope they play lots of songs by the Eagles in heaven.

 

Russ and Sherry Johnson posted on 12/13/20

You will be missed and we treasure memories of you Beth and Tom with Sister Joy and her husband Arnold at Carolina Village

 

Russ and Sherry Johnson posted on 12/13/20

Fond memories of Beth and Tom at Carolina Village with her late Sister (Joy and Arnold). We dearly miss all of them and express our condolances the son's family's and friends.

 

Candace Cummings posted on 12/13/20

Dear Dot, For some unknown reason I was thinking of Dechert and Bill just now and did a Google search for Bill. I was sad to find his obituary from more than a year ago. Bill was a very important mentor to me and we had many good times together. I will always remember him (and you) fondly and only regret that we did not find the time to visit you and Bill in NC. From the other posts it is clear that Bill was well loved and we can’t ask for more. Warmly, Candy

 

Lutrelle Livingston O'Cain posted on 12/12/20

Such a nice man and always had a smile on his face. Sorry for your loss.

 

susan p posted on 12/12/20

Drew, you continue to inspire me, to share ideas, encourage those around me, to look through the eyes of others. You are my role model of a manager and leader.

 

Jackie Tessnair posted on 12/12/20

I miss you so much momma. We did everything together. I know you are in Heaven and pain free. Tell Frankie I said hi and I love him. This isn’t goodbye momma , this is until we meet again. I love you

 

 

Jennifer Thompson posted on 12/12/20

The summers we spent me mountains growing up Janice, Jill and the rest of the family are some of the best memories. Jill was a kind sweet soul, who will be greatly missed. Sending love and prayers, Jenny and Travis

 

Dot Hoots posted on 12/11/20

To all the family, Charles and I send our deepest sympathy and love to your family. We were so sorry to hear about Jill's death. I know there is nothing we can say to take the pain away but we will be praying for all during this time and the days to follow. God Bless each one of you.

 

 

Corrie Sullivan posted on 12/11/20

Prayers to the family and the power to find healing in this difficult time

 

Christy Evans posted on 12/11/20

I went to school with Jill and had the pleasure of keeping in touch with her through Dr Garrison’s office. Every time you saw her she was always so kind and just a sweet spirit. I will miss her greatly and send love and prayers to all that new her and loved her. Until we meet again.

 

 

Jimmie Lynn Sams Whitmire posted on 12/11/20

Oh the memories that come flooding back from my childhood and youth and beyond. My deepest sympathy to Mary, Terry, Marion, and Toby. I love you all!

 

Susan alonso posted on 12/11/20

Our heart is with the family of Mr. Gilreath.I never had the opportunity to meet him but enjoyed all the wonderful stories from his daughter, Terry.

 

Charley Rogers posted on 12/11/20

Don was one of my longest and best friends. Over the 20 years we’ve known each other we’ve taken wonderful trips had many laughs and could depend upon one another for anything. Don, you are a model of a truly good man. I will miss you!

 

Dawn posted on 12/11/20

My thoughts and prayers are with Leslie's family. Leslie, rest in the Peace of Jesus' Arms.

 

Barbara Sheldrick posted on 12/11/20

Paul and I are so sorry for your loss of Gretchen, we first met Gretchen/Jack at the former Alykat Restaurant, when it was on Sptg. Hwy., We started talking one day, they sat behind us, after that with Jack having difficulty walking, we started saving a booth for them whenever we were there which in those days quite often (Paul still had his business). It became a joy to see them, talk to them, sometimes David was with them. Then later at the Alykat on Asheville Hwy, more seating there so when we saw them, we enjoyed "visiting" for second or two., then Jack passed away, Gretchen started having health issues walking due to a fall, I believe, she is a dear dear sweet lady. They both were wonderful to know. Now they are in heaven giving joy to all they know, and seeing Jesus face to face.....how divine. God bless your family and give comfort, knowing folks on earth loved Gretchen and Jack.

 

K posted on 12/11/20

Always cheerful, charming, and full of fun -- and met the Queen, though tongue-tied she may have been. The world is a lesser place without her presence.

 

Ken Belleman posted on 12/11/20

My Uncle Bill was a great man and certainly lived a full life. My Mom, Martha, would always describe her brother Bill as a rascal in his younger days growing up and I really believe he kept a part of that rascality throughout his life. Listening to his stories on hitchhiking to caddying at Kenwood Country Club, using dynamite to blow out tree stumps , and hollowing out pencils in order to place ink in them to sell to other students at Purcell High School were just some of the neat adventures he would retell. Do you know anyone else who drove a car with a third headlight in the middle that turned in the direction of the steering wheel? The fact Uncle Bill put talcum powder on the wooden steps leading up to the second floor of his house so his mother would not hear the steps creak when he came home late was genius! He was not able; however , the keep the radio low enough for Grandma not to hear him listen to “Inner Sanctum” on the radio. Uncle Bill was forbidden to listen to that particular show and grandma would catch him every time. Uncle Bill loved his Mom & Dad and was lucky to inherit his Mom’s common sense and thriftiness and his Dad’s mechanical and inventive genius abilities. The family house in Montgomery , Ohio was always a wonderous place that was full of Uncle Bill’s array of things that a kid would just love! A pond with a big raft you could stand on in the summer and ice skate on in the winter with a big bond fire. I’ll never forget when Uncle Bill and his brothers and brothers in law pushed Uncle Jerry off the raft and then Uncle Jerry came back tipped the raft over that the rest fell in the drink too! There were ponies, train ride, a massive aquarium, and tractors just to name a few of the things to do there. If that was not enough at the house …. there was more elsewhere; taking a boat ride on the Ohio River in his boat was always a fun time. I still remember hearing the stories that after everyone woke up on Christmas Morning at Uncle Bill’s and came downstairs; there would be a wonderfully decorated tree with all the trimmings to behold that was not there the night before. I have often wondered where that tree came from? Uncle Bill documented and filmed his family trip to the western states one year and watching filming those great breakfasts at rest areas along the way along with seeing the bacon and eggs cooking framed with the Badlands of the Dakotas in the background was really a pretty sight! Uncle Bill loved his food and in return trips to Cincinnati would find him sampling and bringing home bratts, metts, cottage ham, goetta , German potato salad, Perkins Sweet Cinnamon Cake and braunschweiger. Aunt Carol would always stock up on Anise for her baking. He especially liked my wife’s BBQ and we would always made sure we served it when he was in town. A few years ago when Uncle Bill and Aunt Carol were last in town we visited Findley Market where he could take in the sights and smells of all these items and take some home with him. He also loved to hit the Flea Markets with his sister Charlene on his Ohio visits. He was truly a wonderful person and will be sorely missed. I know he and my Dad are restriking having great conversations up in heaven concerning current affairs and fond memories of the past. We love and miss you Uncle Bill: The Belleman’s Ken, Kathleen, Nick, Rosie and Elizabeth

 

Cliff laughter posted on 12/11/20

Janice/Russell: We cannot imagine the pain of losing a child. The best we can do is pray for added strength for you now and as time passes. Love Pat and cliff

 

Pat Pope posted on 12/10/20

Dearest Mary and Family, so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. He was always such a pleasure to know. Although we have not kept in touch lately your entire family have crossed my mind and l have wondered about all of you. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you, with much love.

 

Deborah Laughter Gibbs posted on 12/10/20

Sending up prayers for all family & friends, may "Our Lord" be with each of you.

 

Marybeth Burns posted on 12/10/20

Praying for you all!! Sweet, sweet man. God's got him for sure!!!

 

Sharon (Mullinax) Johnston posted on 12/10/20

My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. He always greeted me with a hug anytime I saw him. Sorry I will not be there for the celebration of his life.

 

Michael Lawing posted on 12/10/20

Oh man Joe, What A friend, a mentor & a confidant. You will be truly missed. How many pancakes did we make together ? Thank you brother, for so many blessings !

 

Arizona Powell posted on 12/10/20

ELMER We know you and Tom and Max and our other class members are up there planning our next and GREATEST CLASS REUNION and getting into all sorts of "mischief" Try to BEHAVE a little and we'll all see you at that next REUNION.

 

Kim Marlowe posted on 12/10/20

Deepest sympathies to Phyllis Tim, Joyce and families. May uncle Cecil rest in peace and may God comfort his family in the days to come.

 

Arizona Powell posted on 12/10/20

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Karen melton posted on 12/10/20

Such a sweet lady and she will be missed use to play at her home with Maryann now she's flying high with the angeld

 

Mark Pepitone posted on 12/10/20

I wish Mr. Gilreath's family peace during their time of grief. I know he was an amazing man, through the stories his daughter Terry would share. May he rest in peace

 

 

Etta Jones Lusk posted on 12/10/20

Rest In Peace dear cousin. Prayers and Love to all the Family.

 

Lora Tessenair Turner posted on 12/10/20

Jackie,Gary,Amanda, Casey, Terry, Timothy, Jimmy and rest of family. So very sorry for your loss. Miss Edna was an very sweet lady, I first met her when Jackie and I where teenagers and hung out. She alway took time to chit chat ,was always friendly. .Always talked about her children and grand babies. I know your hearts are broken, hang on to those beautiful memories and cherish those forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Rosie and Sonja posted on 12/10/20

Joe and Mary have been our neighbors. Sitting on the breezeway we would listening to Joe's many life stories that would make us laugh. We miss your southern voice,your laugh and your smiling eyes.

 

Steve Carson posted on 12/10/20

I am blessed that I knew Joe my entire life. He was always so good to our family. He worked continually to help people many ways. He will be remembered by many for his impact. Prayers and blessings to all the family.

 

 

Ruby Knoll posted on 12/10/20

Prayers and supplication for Mr Gilreath who passed away on December 8 th . Although I never met him in person but learned a lot about him through his daughter Ms. Terry. He was indeed a brave and kind hearted person. May his soul RIP.

 

deborah griffin posted on 12/9/20

Joe was one of my favorite referee's when I played basketball at Edneyville High School in the 1980's. I knew when he walked in the gym, we had one of the best.

 

Betty Prince posted on 12/9/20

Merry Christmas Aileen I Know You Are at home. And happy I. Really. Still. Miss you but we will meet again one day I love you

 

Annette and Jeffrey Racer posted on 12/9/20

Dear Pam and Melvin, Words can't express our sorrow for the loss of your beloved son. Our prayers are for the comfort and peace that only the Holy Ghost can provide. Jeffrey and Iove you both

 

Robert Conner posted on 12/9/20

I enjoyed working with Gudger at DuPont and after his retirement, visiting with him at the produce stand and the farm. He will be missed.l

 

 

Joann Johnson posted on 12/9/20

Mom I am going miss you we had good times together.i know mom you are pain free love you mom

 

Jesse King posted on 12/9/20

I really enjoyed working with her at Mastercraft, she was a great woman, hard worker, and an inspiration to others, the world lost a good woman but Heaven gained a great angel

 

 

Tiffany posted on 12/9/20

You always was there my whole life no matter what. I’m blessed to now have you as my guardian angel. I love you more then anything in this world!

 

Tammy Robinette posted on 12/9/20

Maryann, I'm so sorry for the passing of your momma. I love Edner, i spent a big portion of my younger years at your house & she was my other momma. Im always here for you and i want to let you know i love you..

 

Freida Bunnell posted on 12/9/20

You all are in my thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow. May God be with you all and give you peace and comfort during this time and the days ahead.

 

 

Patricia W. Terry posted on 12/9/20

I Memory of Aunt Edna I Love you and Miss you also.

 

Sherry Curtis posted on 12/8/20

Casey, Amanda, and Family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your grandma. While I did not know her, I know the legacy she has left behind in the two of you, so she must have been a great lady. Please know I am praying for you and all of your family in the days ahead. May you find comfort and peace in knowing she is with Jesus.

 

Mike Fuller posted on 12/8/20

Eugene was a great person and a great friend. I will treasure all the memories and experiences we shared together. Our talks about music, jeeps, racing and life will be missed. He will always have a place in my heart. Prayers to Melvin, Pam and the rest of his family and friends.

 

Jean Harvey posted on 12/8/20

We enjoyed Gudger's eggs and produce for many years. His animal farm is a special delight as we pass by, always looking for the miniature donkeys. He will be greatly missed by so many. Our sympathies to the family. Jean and Jim Harvey

 

Dana Stiglitz posted on 12/8/20

Dear Melvin and Pam, so sorry for your loss! I will always remember him as that little boy coming into Lowes! You all are in my hearts and prayers!

 

Darcy & Jim Parker posted on 12/8/20

We were very sorry to hear of Carol's passing. Carol moved to Hendersonville just a couple of months after we did. We always liked her pretty smile.

 

Ansel Pace posted on 12/8/20

Sorry to hear about Eugene's passing. Praying for his family and extended family.

 

Misty Curtis (Reifschneider) posted on 12/8/20

He had the BEST laugh. He was a gentle giant. Very mellow and loving to his Momma. You will be missed greatly. Prayers for his family at this time that they can feel angels lifting them up daily.

 

Robert and Innie Bullock posted on 12/8/20

our deepest dympathy...

 

Robert and Innie Bullock posted on 12/8/20

Our love, thoughts and prayers...

 

Diane Gibbs Patterson posted on 12/8/20

Pam and Melvin I remember when yall brought him home from the hospital after birth so sorry for your loss my heart grieves for your family. may God give you strength to get through this , you are all in my thoughts and prayers

 

 

Elsie Worthen posted on 12/7/20

I will definitely miss my sister, JoAnn. She was the matriarch of the family, always giving advice and help when needed. Her health was failing the past two years and now she is asleep awaiting our Lords return to take us to our heavenly home where there will be no more sadness or illness. I love you, JoAnn.

 

 

Debbie Jones Walker posted on 12/7/20

I sorry to hear of your loss. Do Lord hold this family in your loving arms.

 

Frank and Linda Owenby posted on 12/7/20

So sorry Gary and family. Prayers of strength and comfort for the family at this time. Due to COVID concerns Gary I will not be there for visitation but wanted you to know we are thinking of you and your family and we love you.

 

Roland and Lois Hoots posted on 12/7/20

Sad to hear the passing of my coworker and friend. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Roland Hoots posted on 12/7/20

Enjoyed knowing and working with Gudger at Dupont. He was a friend to everyone that knew him. The family is in our thoughts and prayers in the passing of our friend.

 

Liz Sollie posted on 12/7/20

I’m so sorry to hear this news, and so long after the fact. Drew was such a great and open minded thinker, proactively seeking and accepting diversity of thought before diversity was a thing... and the start of my career was a result! It was an honor to work for and with him - such a kind and thoughtful person and a great example to all.

 

Tisha Barron posted on 12/7/20

Dear Pam, Melvin, and family. We are so sorry to hear about your loss of Eugene. He was a kind and good hearted person, like his parents. We are praying for you. May the Lord help you bear your sorrow. Tisha and Michael.

 

 

Sandra Whitaker posted on 12/7/20

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Jeremy Barron posted on 12/7/20

Melvin and Pam. My sincerest condolences. Eugene was a good kid since the days I used to babysit him. He always went out of his way to say hello to me and I will miss seeing and hearing from him.

 

Joe and Gail Lane posted on 12/6/20

Dear Melvin and Pam, our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

Jeff Badre posted on 12/6/20

I'm so sorry to find out my Uncle passed away. He also had a younger brother Michael, and a younger sister Mary. I'm his only nephew & niece, my sister Karen.

 

Sharo franklin ramirez posted on 12/6/20

Nana kitchen you sure was one of a kind we love you an always will

 

 

Patricia Griffin Davis posted on 12/6/20

Madge we will miss you always enjoyed going to see you and George and the kids my daughter loved going to your house family in our prayers and thoughts tricia

 

Audrey Foster posted on 12/5/20

Melvin and Pam, My heart aches at the loss of you sweet son Eugene. I can not imagine your pain. Please know that you and your family are loved and prayed for during this tragic event. Please accept our condolences.

 

 

Connie Nix posted on 12/5/20

Pam, Melvin and all of your family; I am so very sorry for your loss. I know firsthand that you are very close to you children and their families. I’m extremely blessed to know you. Prayers for strength . Comfort.. and everything you need to go thru these times. Sincerely, Connie

 

Charles E. Thomas posted on 12/5/20

Ole Eugene was one of my favorites because he was quiet and thoughtful. He was a second generation of my kids. My, my time gets away!

 

Waynette Capps Bishop posted on 12/5/20

Melvin and Pam, family I am so sorry to hear the death of your son. Sending you prayers for comfort in this time of need. Love and hugs, Waynette

 

Leslie Newton posted on 12/5/20

Jim was so wonderful and a pleasure to work with at Spainhour’s. He was kind and fair. Jim was a big part of my growing up, as my first real job was doing window displays with his beloved Lem Owens. Love to Shannon and Sean and dear Ellie❤️

 

Lee and Mike Lumpkin posted on 12/5/20

Ackie and Joanne brought their special light into every place they were, allowing those around them to bask in their kindness. They left all of us better for having known them and they will remain in our hearts with deep affection.

 

The Medinas posted on 12/4/20

There are so many wonderful memories we share with both of your parents. They welcomed us into their lives 10 years ago when we opened Medina's. We hold their friendship dear in our hearts forever. We will miss them so so very much! I still feel like they are with us every day. Please know that we are thinking of all of you during this difficult time❤️

 

Stuart and Christine Scott / Family posted on 12/4/20

Mike , Tina and family, We can not express enough our deep sorrow for the loss of your Beautiful Parents and how hard this must be. Joyfully for them our Lord called them home together not leaving one without the other ,what a gift from above. Sending our love and friendship to you all.

 

bob wald posted on 12/4/20

Your loss is tragic. You have our deepest sympathy and condolences. The loss is not yours alone. Losing JoAnne and Ackie is a tremendous loss to those who have loved them, the community, the Church, and our fire department. All of us will miss them greatly. You, the kids, have been wonderful in your tireless support and love. A hard loss for you, and for us.

 

Carmen Ortiz posted on 12/4/20

We are deeply sorry for your lost. For what l heard she was an incredible women who did a great job raising such a loving family as evidence of an amazing human being. We are sorry you lost someone so important and special in your life. We will be praying for all your family

 

Lee Armstrong Lumpkin posted on 12/2/20

Mike and I are saddened to hear that both Joanne and Ackie have left us. They brought happiness to so many with their loving kindness and humor. Their courage was an inspiration to all who knew them and they made family of us all. Our thoughts will be with their family. May many good memories comfort you.

 

Robyne Davis and Family posted on 12/2/20

Mr. Spainhour was a blessing to everyone who knew him. He was always thinking of others and giving back to his community. May the special memories he shared with his family and friends bring them comfort during this time.

 

Rae Frykberg posted on 12/1/20

I write this with the knowledge that Ackie has now passed away. My heart is full knowing such lovely human beings are no longer with us. I was so glad to know them and am a better person, myself, for their friendship. My most sincere condolences to all of family members and those friends who were so close that they were considered family.

 

Teena Golden posted on 12/1/20

My condolences go out to Shannon and her family. May you find soon that your memories of happy times together gives you comfort in your time of grief.

 

Johnny, Katy, Sean and Emma Myrick posted on 12/1/20

What a full live and he was the absolutely kindness man. So sorry for your loss Shannon and family. Blessed to have met and know him. Rest In Peace.

 

Mary posted on 11/30/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying the God of all comfort helps you at this difficult time. (2Corinthians 1:3,4 & Psalms 83:18). Jesus told us to pray for God’s Kingdom because the Bible promises it will end tears pain and death. (Revelation 21:3-5 & Daniel 2:44).

 

 

Wayne Dellinger posted on 11/30/20

Thoughts and prayers to the family. He was a very nice man.

 

Debbie Cudd posted on 11/28/20

RIP Elmer. Your kindness, compassion, and beautiful smile will be greatly missed. Thank you for being such a special friend to my Mother, Margaret Walker at the Bridge. Our thoughts and prayers extend to your entire family.

 

David and Jo Ann Fain posted on 11/28/20

To James and all the family, David and I are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God help you through this tough time.

 

Sam & Jan Luntsford posted on 11/27/20

Dear Greg And Deanna, As you both know, your Dad was one of our dearest friends. We went on many trips together, ate out together frequently, enjoyed fellowship at each other’s homes and belonged to the same church and Sunday School. Many fond memories and feel fortunate to have him as a special friend. We know you will miss him too, but fortunate to have him for the many years you did. With love, Sam & Jan Luntsford

 

 

Nicky Vlogs posted on 11/27/20

Tessa, all the money I made from TikTok & You Tube will be sent to your parents, Mr. & Mrs. Johnson you lit up my life

 

Nicky Vlogs posted on 11/27/20

I'm so sad for this baby, I made alot of videos & views for Tessa's sake. Bless the Johnsons, all my proceeds, I made from Tiktok, YouTube, will go to the parents

 

Sharon King posted on 11/27/20

JoAnns family, So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time. Cherish all the good memories you shared as a family. We know you will miss her very much, as everyone that knew her will also. We love y’all. Sharon & Tommy , Joe & Marilyn

 

Franklin Stahl posted on 11/26/20

My earliest memory of Alan is making "roads" and digging "tunnels" with him in my backyard dirt pile. When I was two, my family moved from Boston to Mt Vernon Ave in Needham. Mom was pleased, I am sure, to find that a boy just three months younger than I lived across the street. Aland and I remained playmates and buddies throughout our school days. Those memories will never be lost. I thank the several contributors to this site for their memories of Alan's later years.

 

Tom Dubil posted on 11/25/20

Very sad to hear about Elmer's passing. Your family and friends are in my prayers. I worked with Elmer at NAP in Arden and Elmer was our HR Manager. Very fun and energetic, he always kept us on our toes, both professionally and as a friend. I really enjoyed working with you buddy!

 

Linda D posted on 11/24/20

I worked with Jim at the Augusta Chronicle. A kind, incredibly intelligent man with an unflappable personality, he was a hero to admire and a professional to emulate. My condolences to his family and friends.

 

Wendy Bishop Blankenship posted on 11/24/20

Janice, I am so sorry for you loss. You and your family are in my prayers

 

 

Aline Buckner posted on 11/24/20

She was always sewing bringing something she had maked for me..kind sweet person and funny....miss her when my mom closed her shop..I will always remember her...Prayers to her family

 

Jon & Lynda Shoda posted on 11/24/20

“To be absent from the Body is to be present with the Lord.” What a glorious day for her to meet her Savior face to face. Well done thy good and faithful servant...enter thou into the joy of the Lord. She is already experiencing the celebration with Him”

 

Lisa JACKSON posted on 11/24/20

A beautiful memorial of a beautiful lady -✨ Amy, Wade and famiky, I am so sorry. I will be praying for you all in the days ahead.

 

Ava Jones Blackburn posted on 11/24/20

AShe could be forgotten if you met her. When she walked into a room; she got everyone’s attention, always full of life. Her voice was amazingly beautiful. Never had voice lessons. She was one of favorite people.

 

 

Shari (Worthen) Rugh posted on 11/23/20

I have so many memories of Aunt JoAnn. She will always be cherished.

 

Lisa Jackson posted on 11/23/20

Praying for strength and comfort for you and your family. ♥️

 

Wayne T Stein posted on 11/23/20

Mike was my boss's boss. I was always in awe of his presence and abilities plus his infectious smile. Fortunate to have spent time with hm.

 

Isaac Dellinger posted on 11/23/20

Prayers! We all love you Jerusalem! -Canongate Students

 

Tiffni Baxley posted on 11/23/20

Prayers and healing energy to Jo’s family. I loved Jo very much and was blessed to know her. What an amazing woman!! ❤️❤️

 

Paul Morrow posted on 11/23/20

Did not know her post time but I know her grandson sorry for the loss

 

Paul Morrow posted on 11/23/20

Sorry for your loss man for you and the family is if there’s anything we can do get in touch with us

 

David Branks posted on 11/22/20

John was a good friend and I will miss him dearly. He gave me good advice and was a great listener.

 

Cindy Nolan posted on 11/22/20

So many happy memories with Uncle Mike. Happy to have had him in my life. Sending you all love and hugs. XXOO

 

Pharon Moore posted on 11/22/20

Praying for your family.

 

Pharon Moore posted on 11/22/20

Praying for you all .

 

Susan Wood posted on 11/22/20

Dear Sherry - I am so very sorry for the loss of your mom. Love & prayers for you and your family.

 

Annie Laurie posted on 11/22/20

Wonderful memories of Miles and his home in Orchard Park. Peace to his family and memory eternal ❤️

 

June Lowe posted on 11/22/20

A good friend to Bill. and June Lowe, Hendersonville, NC. Knew Bill's brother, Norton Lowe in Buffalo. Bill and Mike played golf at HIgh Vista, met again at Lake Pointe Landing. Rest in peace

 

Fr. Jim Van Dyke, S.J. posted on 11/22/20

My deepest condolences and many prayers for you all. May flights of angels sing him to his rest.

 

William Sobolik posted on 11/22/20

Best Dad Ever <3

 

Valerie Mintz posted on 11/21/20

Lisa & Janice, So very sorry for the loss of your momma. She was always so sweet! May God send comfort and strength foe the days ahead to you and yalls family!

 

Jodie & Alan Jones posted on 11/21/20

At some point in our life, we all endure this path. Be strong girls and Jim, you know how much your Mother love all of you! My God's love help all the daily through stage of life.

 

Sheri Johnson Lawrence posted on 11/20/20

Ed was a smart businessman, dedicated to Henderson county and his Gamecocks, and personally to me, a loyal friend to my family. I so enjoyed spending time at their home, and made to feel especially loved. Peace be with Veronica & Robert, their family, his staff, and Betty.

 

 

Jim and Sonja Robinson posted on 11/20/20

We have lost a dear friend and neighbor. RIP. Our prayers go out to Jim, the girls, and family.

 

Yvonne Castillo posted on 11/19/20

Deepest condolences to the family, his dear friend Betty and his beloved Bugger and kitties on the passing of Ed. I was a companion for Ed for several months (until the Corona Virus) and we shared some lovely times. It was football season and Ed was a huge Gamecocks fan. I often teased him that I couldn't believe he got me back into football after 35+ years!! We enjoyed laughs about that and he was proud of it!! Ed was a sweet and kind soul and I will miss him dearly. Rest In Peace and the light of the Lord, Ed.

 

Patricia Baldasty posted on 11/19/20

Dear Dennis and family, I so sorry for your loss. My prayer are going to you and your family.

 

Stacey Bartlett posted on 11/18/20

So glad to have known Ed. He was such a nice man. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Michael W. Seniuk posted on 11/18/20

I enjoyed working with Ed in my capacity of a Marketing Representative with Lititz Mutual Insurance Company visiting the agency on a regular basis the past 20 years. I always found Ed very warm, a pleasure to work with and he always made me feel welcome when I was in the agency up until his retirement. I offer condolences to the family and staff of Sutherland Insurance Agency on behalf of all the employees of Lititz Mutual Insurance Company.

 

Cloyce Anders posted on 11/18/20

I was fortunate enough to work with Ed providing insurance coverage for his emergency service organization for the past 30 years. Ed was a true gentlemen, good friend to me and his customers and will be missed by many. We will all miss him so much.

 

James & Freida Webb posted on 11/18/20

So sorry about Ed's passing. May God bless & comfort you.

 

Diane Pace posted on 11/18/20

I will forever be grateful for the time he spent with my dad, Grant Pace and his wife, Louise. They looked forward to his visits and phone calls. They loved him very much and considered him a special nephew. My condolences to his family.

 

Timothy Irvine Performance Diesel posted on 11/18/20

I met Larry when he came to work for Boeing in Seattle. I was the mechanic that took care of his yacht “White Wind”. He was a fine gentleman and a fine person. He was missed by many people when he left this area. Fair winds and following seas Larry.

 

The Kicklighter's posted on 11/16/20

Our deepest condolences. I've had to crawl in the back of an ambulance on more than one occasion with her when tending to a sick child at school, and once my child at home. She was an amazing woman. She did her job, and left no room for question (because you knew she knew what she was doing), and tempered it with care and compassion. We are a part of the HFD family, and though our meetings there and at other stations, we developed a real love and respect for her. She will be missed.

 

Libby Riker posted on 11/16/20

So sorry for the loss of this amazing woman. Rena will be greatly missed. “Wherever you go, wherever you may wander in your life, surely you know, I’ll always wanna be there.”

 

Lynnette Fullam Raines posted on 11/16/20

My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

jody mabe posted on 11/16/20

I loved our sunday talks, she was a very kind aunt, and we were very close. She will be missed by everyone, that had the pleasure of knowing her

 

Drue posted on 11/15/20

I have only known Rena since I started working at The Lodge earlier this year. She was a pleasure to work with and always very kind and welcoming to me. She shared with me her medical issues but had such a brave determination. I am so sorry that your mother, friend, daughter etc was taken from you so soon. She will be missed.

 

James R. Stinnett posted on 11/15/20

Ocie, Libby, Tim, Kristen, and Family. You all have the most heartfelt condolences and sympathy from my family and from Charles N Stinnett brother from Gulf Shores AL. I will keep you in my prayers, Only God can help you through these times. God Bless you all Dickie

 

Gretchen Wirtz Williams and Gladys M. Wirtz posted on 11/14/20

Ocie, Libby and Family, I was so sorry to hear of Rena's death! Our love and prayers are with you. May God give you His strength and grace, for this time, and in the days to come.

 

Lori, Ken, and Eric posted on 11/14/20

I am so sorry for everyone’s loss! Rena you were a force of nature! I have thought about you often and have missed you! I always loved you! Rena, Libby, and I were a mess together and always had fun! I will forever miss those times!

 

Jim & Debbie Wodock posted on 11/13/20

So many wonderful memories of Aunt Ruth and Uncle Frank, especially at “Uncle Frank’s Lake” near Danbury and later at Lake DeVenoge. Aunt Ruth will be truly missed by our family. She was so special to all of us. Rest In Peace, Love you!

 

Melvin Hyder posted on 11/13/20

Janice worked with my mom and dad for a number of years and was just a delight to be with and brought so much to the business, just like it was hers . She always took pride and ownership in all she did. She was such a kind and thoughtful person. When my parents were elderly and frail Janice came by to visit them and bring joy and goodies to them a couple times a week for many, many years. She was my moms “daughter” and confident and they had a very close relationship. She will be sorely missed by everyone that had the privilege and opportunity to know her. Cuz, Rest In Peace. You will always be remembered and loved.

 

Beverly A Coates posted on 11/13/20

Aunt Ruth was a very special aunt to me. She treated me as a daughter. Many fond memories of her & was fortunate enough to be able to visit her several times. Such wonderful memories & lots of pictures!! She was so very special & will be missed....

 

Teriann Scarantino posted on 11/13/20

So sorry to hear this sad news. I really enjoyed our time working together at DAWC. My sympathies to the family.

 

Glenn and Susie Hyder posted on 11/13/20

Vanessa and Dwaine, We send our love and prayers to all of the family. Janice was such a lovely lady and we enjoyed the times we were able to talk with her. God bless and comfort all of you. Uncle Glenn and Aunt Susie

 

Taletha Capps posted on 11/13/20

We met in Jr high school and my life was changed by knowing Rena. She sat by my hospital bed after a car wreck I was in and kept me laughing the whole time. You are pain free now my friend and will be missed. TIP and keep em laughing on the other side.

 

Re. Debbie Early posted on 11/12/20

Believe it or not I am a better pastor because of her. I am a better person. I love you Rena the last conversation we had a couple of weeks ago you said I know you love me so yes by all means pray for me. You are a beautiful person who taught us beyond words.

 

KEITH & SHARRON RICE posted on 11/12/20

I'm sorry for your loss of Janice. She was such a nice lady. Keith and I both enjoyed our conversations with Janice during the time she would be walking the dog. She would always stop and talk with us. She always made us laugh. "We will definitely miss her." She has proceeded to move on up with the rest of the Angels.

 

Becky Garrett posted on 11/12/20

Praying for your pain and sorrow

 

Molly Morrison posted on 11/12/20

Dear Jim & Sue: Your mother sounds like such a fantastic woman...I would have loved to be able to have met her. My prayers are with you and your family on your loss.

 

Mary carpenter posted on 11/12/20

She was such a beautiful lady I always loved to hear her talk in her broken english

 

Cyndi, Dave, and Davey Ammons posted on 11/12/20

Our lives will never be the same without Rena. Mrs. Stinnett, Libby, Kristin, Kimby, all of you...our family is so sorry for your loss. Rena was a force of nature and made a real difference in every life she touched. I (Cyndi) could NEVER win a battle of the wits with her. Every time I think of her, I smile. We all do. Thank you for sharing her with us.

 

Ann Clarkson Turpin posted on 11/12/20

He was my first love, my dear, trusted friend for 82 years. His was the only phone number I had memorized. How often I have already gone to the phone to call him. I will miss him until I join him in the heavenly choir.

 

Kristy Lollis Taylor posted on 11/12/20

I remember when we first met in highschool. We ate lunch together with a bunch of our friends. We laughed and had so much fun. Everyone wanted to sit at our table. Our friendship has continued and we have grown closer through the years. I will miss her beyond words....always my dearest friend...ME AND YOU!

 

Carrie Hooper Griffith posted on 11/12/20

Aunt Jean loved Allyson,&Ben & Family

 

 

Carrie Hooper Griffith posted on 11/12/20

Jean loved Allyson, Ben, & Family

 

Aunt Sue Hyder posted on 11/12/20

Dwaine and Vanessa so sorry to hear about Janice She was a kind and sweet niece

 

Deb Henderson Taylor posted on 11/12/20

I remember spending many good times with your family. The family canoe trip stands out most. I love the same poem that was her favorite. I’m sure she’ll take 8020 Tango for her last flight. My condolences to you all.

 

Anne Jahn posted on 11/12/20

Anne was my mother's, Elizabeth Schucker, pilot then next year co-pilot as they flew in women's races. My mother passed early in her young life and now Anne has reconnected with my mom. What an exceptional pair of women they were. We will miss Anne and her contributions to society.

 

Kathy Rafferty Boston posted on 11/12/20

Anne was a very beautiful and kind woman! I went to her home back when Jim and I were in Junior High School for a Halloween party. While bobbing for apples, I went down a bit too far and came up soaked. Anne didn't want me to spend the rest of the evening soaking wet, so she gave me a blouse of hers to wear! Funny that I still have that Halloween memory from almost 60 years ago about Jim's lovely mother! Rest in Peace!

 

Kathryn Nelson posted on 11/12/20

I only knew Mildred for a short period of time before her passing, but as soon as I met her, I came to love her. She had a light about her and radiated goodness. Every time I left her presence, I felt happier and felt like being a better person. She and Hans are wonderful and I am grateful for the opportunity I had to be around Mildred. I send my love and condolences to Hans and family at this time!

 

Mary posted on 11/12/20

I love you momma. My promise to you is almost complete. I have so many happy memories of you . No one can take them away

 

Richard and Dottie Marlowe posted on 11/11/20

We are sorry for your loss, Mitch. We have many good memories of Jean.

 

 

Julie Clarkson Wittman posted on 11/11/20

As a young girl and before he combed my hair all to one side and told me I looked like Veronica Lake! He was so sweet, gentle and kind. I miss you Larry!! I’ll miss your gorgeous uplifting posts on FB and I’ll miss being able to call or see you again!! I Love You! Your sister Julia Elizabeth Clarkson Wittman

 

Alton Connor posted on 11/11/20

Elaine, My love, prayers and deepest sympathy to you and your family. I'm so sorry for your loss. She was blessed with a very long life.

 

LaWren and Wally booth posted on 11/11/20

We will always remember Mildred for her grace, kindness, and wisdom. When we moved to NC 20 years ago, we were so grateful for Hans’ and Mildred’s friendship. We had also lived in Hong Kong , and enjoyed having that experience in common with them. We also loved the faith strengthening counsel Mildred would often share with us. A beautiful lady- she will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Gerald and Ann Graves posted on 11/11/20

We have many great memories of being with Mildred and Hans in Hong Kong and in Flat Rock. We did many things together when we were both expatriates in Hong Kong. They introduced us to the Flat Rock area when they retired there and invited us to visit with them. We decided to retire to WNC because of the help that Mildred and Hans gave us. So we are thankful to consider them good friends. We will be making a contribution to The Salvation Army in memory of Mildred.With love, Gerald and Ann

 

LuAnne Collins posted on 11/11/20

Love and prayers, Elaine and family.

 

Kristy MacBride posted on 11/11/20

Prayers for all the family. Uncle Mitchell know that Roddy and I are thinking and saying a special prayer for you. Rest In Peace Aunt Jean.

 

 

Misty Parris posted on 11/11/20

In memory of my sweet, loving grandma who was beautiful inside and out. Love always.

 

 

Gwen posted on 11/11/20

Thank you for raising such a wonderful son. Rest in peace

 

Deacon Richard and Carol Kovacs posted on 11/10/20

Dear Dennis and family, We were so sorry to read about the passing of your devoted spouse Marilyn(The News Times Nov 8,2020) We will keep her, you and your family in our prayers. May you find comfort in God’s blessings upon you

 

Kay Lutz posted on 11/10/20

Jasmine. I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Alexander Wolf posted on 11/10/20

Dennis, my wife, Barbara, and I are so sorry for your loss. May time heal your sorrow.

 

Kim Chao posted on 11/10/20

Lois' kindness and thoughtfulness was demonstrated in the fact that she always kept in touch with another volunteer from the Sandburg Home who was aging and in a nursing home. She knew that I always cared about him and sent him cards as well, and she called me regularly to update me about him. She was a crusader, always working for more comfortable uniforms or other improvements at the Sandburg barn. She will be missed.

 

Janice Brown posted on 11/10/20

Sending love, thoughts and prayers! Remembering all the good times from days gone by. Phil was a sweet, kind, good man, and will be sorely missed. May memories you've shared give you comfort and peace.

 

Katie (Stansell) Rookstool posted on 11/10/20

Vi, so sorry for your loss. Uncle Phil was the sweetest man and we will miss him. Please let me know if I can do anything for you. Love, Katie (Stansell) and Sam Rookstool

 

Kerry Gasperson posted on 11/10/20

Vi, I am so sorry for your loss, Phil was always very kind to me. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers

 

Donna Waters posted on 11/10/20

Vi, Sending along hugs and prayers for you and your family. Phil was a wonderful man. His light shown quietly, but steady as a rock for all of us.

 

Donna Waters posted on 11/10/20

Mitch, My prayers and hugs are with you. Jean was a very special person and will never be forgotten.

 

Joseph Holstein posted on 11/10/20

Sorry for you loss.

 

Sharon King posted on 11/10/20

Vi and family, So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this time. Sharon & Tommy King( G.E retirees)

 

 

Greta King posted on 11/10/20

Sorry for your lose

 

Patricia Mintz posted on 11/10/20

We are sorry for your loss. Phil was a good man . Praying that God will give you peace . With love , Pat Mintz and Linda Franklin

 

Donna. Ball posted on 11/10/20

Jean you were a very positive influence on anyone who knew you. I am so glad our paths crossed.

 

Patricia and Vincent Wrobel posted on 11/10/20

Dennis and family, Vinny and I are very saddened by the loss of Marylin. She was always full of life and laughter. We had not seen you both for some time but always enjoyed spending time with her. May you find comfort in each other and know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Denise Areowood posted on 11/10/20

Jean was a very special lady. She was very firm and loved all the children she met. She never hesitated to tell you she loved you and was always encouraging. She has been a blessing to me and my family and I will never forget her kindness and love! Mitchell and family, if there is ever any you need please do t hesitate to let me know, you all are in my prayers. Love you all

 

Darrin and Tiffany Whitaker posted on 11/10/20

With deepest sympathy, it was a privilege to have known and attend church with Mrs. Jean. God Bless!!!

 

Shirley Shipman posted on 11/10/20

Aunt Jean, I loved you so and I am so happy you are at rest and enjoying your Heavenly Home. All of your children are missing you but you helped and loved each of us as was needed. I Thank God I had you to help raise me. ❤️

 

Mary Ann Klein posted on 11/10/20

My prayers to Mitchell and the whole family for strength in the coming days. I am truly sorry for your loss.

 

Melanie Klinge posted on 11/10/20

Sweet Michael....I didn’t know him extremely well but every time he has ever been in my house he was a respectful, kind-hearted soul who had a huge heart and was always willing to help with anything. The last few times he came over it was just as I was coming home from grocery shopping and he always helped me carry them in. When he left the last time I teased him saying come back next Wednesday, same time, same place! Rest In Peace Michael I will always remember you fondly

 

Lora Meadows posted on 11/9/20

Aunt Jean you were always there for me I love and miss you tell I see you again

 

Lora Meadows posted on 11/9/20

Aunt Jean you were always there for me my heart brakes i miss you so much tell i see you again.

 

Lisa and James Warren posted on 11/9/20

Thoughts, Love and Prayers for family. Jean was always a loved and cared her family and friends. She is missed very much!

 

Calvin and Marie McMinn posted on 11/9/20

Love and prayers for the family. Jean was a joy to be around. Always loved a good laugh.

 

Calvin and Marie McMinn posted on 11/9/20

Love and prayers go out to the family. Jean was a joy to be around.

 

Patricia Mintz posted on 11/9/20

The best sister one could ever ask for . She is with the love of her life Jesus.

 

Carmen Vendinha posted on 11/9/20

Dennis, Christa, Debbie, Izzy and family. I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of Marilyn. You're all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Don and Sandy McIntyre posted on 11/9/20

Karl, Lois will be missed in our Timber Creek neighborhood. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Jon & Linda Laughter and the girls posted on 11/9/20

Dottie and family, we are so sorry for your loss. We are praying for peace and comfort.

 

Daniel P. Jowdy posted on 11/8/20

Dennis, I am sorry to read of your loss and loss is an understatement. You and Marilyn have been each other's anchor and support to many others. The fun we all had on many occasions at 28 Center St. with Uncle Windy and Aunt Vicky. Hopefully, I will see you and the family when you have your gathering at Zoar, and please one of you call me if you need help with anything at this end. If anyone knew how to celebrate life, know that it is a gift, and know the uncertainty and brevity; it was Marilyn. May she rest in peace and rise up in glory..Dan Jowdy

 

Daniel P. Jowdy posted on 11/8/20

Marilyn Thompson

 

Barbara Hodik posted on 11/8/20

I never had an opportunity to meet and know Anne Wiley personally, but I knew she had been instrumental in the work of P.E.O. a worthy organization to which I belong.

 

Lia Beddingfield posted on 11/8/20

Lois was a wonderful volunteer at Carl Sandburg Home. She had a great love for the animals and was very compassionate and helpful when I became ranger. Her enthusiasm for educating others was impressive and she inspired many guests to learn more about goats and the Sandburg story. She will be missed greatly by the staff, volunteers, and goats.

 

 

Donna Stelzel posted on 11/8/20

Dear Dennis, Izzy and Family, I am so sorry to have read of Marilyn's passing. I enjoyed working with her at Derm Assoc. but always enjoyed knowing her from before that. She was a wonderful person, inside and out. You are so right that she will make an excellent angel. Stay strong and keep loving memories always. Donna Kolessar Stelzel

 

Donna McCall posted on 11/8/20

Such a shock as we spoke on the telephone about 3 weeks ago. We were members of the HVL Welcome Club together.

 

MEGAN E FLYNN posted on 11/8/20

Aunt Marilyn will be greatly missed by many. We all have such great memories to carry on & keep her spirit alive. My deepest sympathies to all of my family.

 

Valerie Vogel posted on 11/8/20

Our deepest condolences for the entire family.

 

Carol and Roger Guertin posted on 11/8/20

Dennis, Debbie, Izzy and Christa, We are very sorry for your loss! Marilyn was a wonderful, sincere, fun loving person, always had a smile on her face! Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers! Love, Carol, Roger and family

 

Penny M Calla posted on 11/8/20

RIP Tommy. Just heard of your passing. It is with great respect for the family to share what type of person Tommy was at work. When I first started there, he welcomed me and from that day on, we communicated on a regular basis. He would check in on me or I would check on him and just say hi. His stories were endless and when it was time to get back to work, after talking to Tommy, you were always in a better place than when you first started talking. He loved his family and talked nonstop about them. He was always there to help everyone and always did a sigh and say we will get through this because there were some rough days trying to get through the deadlines. If I always needed anything even if it was not in his territory, he would always call and say, you need help and I can do this. He will be sadly missed and know his spirit will live on in each of his children. What a very nice and genuine man.

 

 

Debbie Gillett posted on 11/7/20

Dennis, Debbie, Izzy, and Christa. I am saddened to hear of y’all’s loss. Mrs. Thompson was a wonderful woman and will be greatly missed. Y’all are in my thoughts and prayers

 

LuAnne Collins posted on 11/7/20

Love and prayers to the whole family. I haven't seen Michael since he was very young yet it breaks my heart to see another young person lose the battle of addiction. Sincere condolences and may God give you strength and comfort during this hard time. LuAnne and family

 

Suzan Kaupa Eshleman posted on 11/7/20

I am so sorry to know that my Aunt Lois has passed. I am sending prayers of peace and comfort during this terribly sad time.

 

Jane Clark posted on 11/7/20

Beth, you and your family are in my prayers. May you find peace in knowing you will meet again one day!

 

Ann, Paul, Dick posted on 11/7/20

The loss of Lois is saddened all of us. As a daughter of the American revolution she most honorably lived their motto of God, home and country may she rest in peace.

 

Heidi Nichols posted on 11/6/20

Debby and family.......you are in our thoughts and prayers. Cherish your memories.

 

Heidi Nichols posted on 11/6/20

Debby and family......you are in our thoughts and prayers. Cherish those memories.

 

Kelly Bradley posted on 11/6/20

Debby and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you through this terribly hard time. Hugs.

 

Beverly L Miller posted on 11/6/20

So sorry for the loss. Prayers are with all the family. He will be missed.

 

Alton and Lynda Connor posted on 11/6/20

Dottie, Suzanne and family ~ we are sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Our love and deepest sympathy, Alton and Lynda

 

Cheryl Sell posted on 11/6/20

Dottie, i am so sorry to hear of the death of your father. Please know you & your family will be in my thoughts and prayers in the coming days and weeks.

 

Delores Kaupa posted on 11/6/20

Karl and Family You are all in my prayers . Thinking of you all during this sad time. God Bless

 

Carrie Lander posted on 11/6/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Debby and family.

 

April Coleman posted on 11/6/20

Debby and Family we so sorry for your loss. Please know we are thinking of you during this time.

 

Nancy & Fred Hoffstadt posted on 11/6/20

We extend our deepest sympathy to Karl and family. Lois has been our fond friend and wonderful next door neighbor since retiring to Laurel Park fifteen years ago. We will sorely miss times spent together sharing meals, playing games or just enjoying Lois’s lively conversations. RIP, Lois.

 

Cheryl Ziglar posted on 11/6/20

Beth, Iam thinking of you and your family. You are also in my prayers. I pray that God will give you strength and peace during this time. Love you!

 

Helen Dennis posted on 11/5/20

Deepest sympathy to Karl & Family from Helen, Dan & Family, Australia. Thinking of you all at this very sad time.❤️

 

Helen Dennis posted on 11/5/20

Last time we met up was in Las Vegas. Fond memories.

 

Dave Bolser posted on 11/5/20

Enjoyed working with Lois at Sandburg. She loved the goats and our two barn cats. She will be missed by all the volunteers at the Barn.

 

Ellen Sugarman posted on 11/5/20

Lois was an inspiration to me as a newer barn volunteer in 2017. She did good work and is remembered fondly by her Sandburg volunteer friends.

 

Sonia Lespier posted on 11/5/20

My thoughts and prayers; may she Rest In Peace. Big hug Beth; my deepest condolences to your family especially your father.

 

Tracy and Suzi Matthews posted on 11/5/20

Thoughts and prayers for Dallas and family. She was a wonderful stubborn full of life lady. She will be dearly missed here on earth but will see her again soon.

 

Tracie Williams posted on 11/4/20

Sincerest condolences to Becky's family. What an amazing person, a testament of a true public servant who made a difference every day in the lives of everyone Becky came into contact with, not just in uniform. She is so loved by many and will truly be missed by everyone. Many prayers for the friends and family of such an incredible spirit.

 

 

Ashley Lipe posted on 11/4/20

My condolences you and your family. Torrey you were A wonderful friend and most of all a wonderful Father.

 

Shayla posted on 11/4/20

I still can’t believe this has happened...Can’t bring myself to say the words. We are so much alike in so many ways and I always admired your strength and conviction, you’re unwavering love for you son and our shared love for his and Nico’s curls. Then there was Our Dale and Our Jimmy. You never complained through all of this nightmare. You comforted us. You fought and held true to yourself. I love you. I miss you. I know you’re here and I expect many shenanigans from you and Dale until we meet again. Throw me a prank from time to time so I know you guys are there. Love you chick! You’re the original Badass!

 

Cindy Insco posted on 11/4/20

Becky, you will be missed soooo much we had good times together went to school together worked together and always laughed together. You fought a hard battle. Someday we will be together again, I will always love you.

 

Alecia McMahan posted on 11/3/20

Becky you were an incredible woman who will be missed beyond measure. Don't worry about Dallas, we'll take care of him. Until we meet again. ❤️❤️

 

 

Ashley Lipe posted on 11/3/20

My condolences to you and your family. Becky you'll always be my hero you saved me and you saved my father. I love you my dear friend rest in peace

 

Ann abbott posted on 11/3/20

Praying for all her family work and home

 

Terry Rogers posted on 11/3/20

Beckie was a wonderful lady with a great big smile all the time. She appeared to never have a bad day. She will be greatly missed. Love and prayers to all.

 

Fairview Fire Dept. posted on 11/3/20

All of the staff at Fairview FD would like to express our deepest condolences to Dallas and the entire family. Dallas we are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and Prayers.

 

 

Kimberly Griffin posted on 11/3/20

I will miss you always my beautiful friend

 

David Aslesen posted on 11/3/20

We give thanks for Mary's service as DCE at the First United Methodist Church of Park Ridge. May God's eternal love embrace Mary and give you comfort in this time. Rev. David Aslesen and the congregation of First UMC of Park Ridge

 

Jim Formichella posted on 11/2/20

I was so very sorry to hear of Mr. Berg's passing. I worked for him for about four years (on and off) at Allan's Pharmacy and he truly was a great man. I still have very fond memories of him teaching me different parts of the business and a lot of those lessons have stayed with me ever since. I also really enjoyed going to Braves and Falcon's games with him when we used to charter trips down to Atlanta. My thoughts and condolences go out to his family.

 

Ian Dunton posted on 11/2/20

Many great thoughts of spending time with Uncle Gary and family when we were younger. May his family find peace.

 

Jeremiah McCall posted on 11/1/20

Michael will be greatly missed . He was very hardworking individual. RIP

 

Jeremiah McCall posted on 11/1/20

Michael Taylor was a very good man and a hard working individual. He will be greatly missed by many. The family and friends have my upmost condolences. So sorry to hear about his loss .

 

Richard Rutherford posted on 11/1/20

For anyone that allowed another to witness the challenging parts of their life is a gift. Thank you Michael for letting me walk with you , if even for a short while.

 

mary ann asbill posted on 11/1/20

We are so very sorry. Michael helped us on our farm and at our cabin. He was always a joy to be around.

 

Angel Wiggins posted on 10/31/20

I love you

 

Angel Wiggins posted on 10/31/20

Betty Waddell... My gosh!!! So sorry to be reading of this!!!!!! So sorry!!!!!! Please get in touch and may your Son rest in peace! I just read this and there was your name!!!!! What a bitter sweet happening! I truly am so sorry!!!!!! So sorry!!!! You know I love you, have missed you and here you are! Remember me?????? I am 54 now, we growing old but..... Again, I don't want to take this opportunity to talk about our long lost friendship... Just know how sorry I am for you and family..... I love you!!! May God hold you and family!!!!!!

 

Victoria Galaspy posted on 10/31/20

Betty Hugs and prayers for you and the family. I always said Michael had such a kind heart. He was a good young’un. I know he tried hard.

 

Shyloew Blue posted on 10/31/20

Betty, you were always good to me! You will always be loved. Scott and Amanda, loss is so hard! Words can not make anything better. Only with God and his time will you find healing. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Shyloew Johnson Blue

 

 

Ashley watkins posted on 10/31/20

R.I.P Michael Tou sure will be missed! Fly high baby an keep your eye on theses babies!

 

 

Angela Waddell posted on 10/30/20

He was my nephew, he really had a high heart, and loved me as much as I loved him, even though we fought like crazy. The pic I uploaded he's not asleep. He's listening to me gripe, LOL

 

 

Hannah posted on 10/30/20

He is my cousin by marriage never did I personally heard anything bad about him it was always good. Expect his struggles with addiction but he was tryna do better and from experience it is hard asf to do it fast it does take time to do better and win the battle between addiction. But Rest in paradise Lil Michael you gone but never forgotten you left this world too young :(.

 

Joyce Ward posted on 10/30/20

So sorry, Betty, I am praying for you and your family. Love you, Joyce (Granny) Ward.

 

 

Jessica Praytor posted on 10/30/20

So many fun times in the Jeep and dirt bikes growing up! My heart breaks for everyone involved. You were always an amazing soul, just misunderstood... I hope you are finally at peace Spaz! Going to miss you

 

Pharon and Craig Moore posted on 10/30/20

Michael if only we knew the last time we saw you would truly be the last time ... would it of changed things probably not but we could of expressed how much we both cherished and loved you you were and will always be a dear friend to both of us. The friend that you were to Craig that bond could never be broken you were his brother you helped him thru hard times and we're there to laugh and have fun during the good ones .You were always so kind to our children and made them feel recognized and important . We will miss you Michael you will forever be in our hearts and Memories rest easy man until we meet again God bless Prayers for all the family and his beautiful children Riley I love you sweetheart

 

 

Teresa Lively posted on 10/30/20

Rest in Peace Michael "Spaz".. . You'll be missed by all who knew you...

 

 

Helena Rowe posted on 10/30/20

May your light shine forever, as your soul rest in peace. Praying for you all during this difficult time.

 

 

Wade zimmerman posted on 10/30/20

So many good memories. He was one of my best friends . We had a tight bond. We had been friends for 10 yrs now. Remeber one year he bought a bunch of fireworks and we had none so he got them and came got me and my daughter and we set off all of them and it was awesome. He had such a big heart. He would give you the shirt off his back. If he had it and you didnt he would give it to you. I will miss him . I will miss him calling just to talk and have few laughs. Rest easy my friend.

 

 

Chelsey Dawn Waddell posted on 10/30/20

Too many good memories to choose just 1! I love you Michael sail on across the sky!

 

Staci Taylor Moreadith posted on 10/30/20

“ At the root of all addiction is pain .” “ addiction is a prison where the locks are on the inside, not the outside .” —- @ahealthyplace.com

 

Staci Taylor Moreadith posted on 10/30/20

Michael , I regret our family wasn’t closer ( I didn’t keep in touch ) and we didn’t see each other more. I was quite a bit older than you , but you were blood. I remember you coming to help m when I had a terrible water leak ( pipes in the kitchen) you refused to let me pay for anything more than parts. You also came with Papaw and we built the fence around my property( Papaw at like age 85 or so .) It took several days and you manned the auger. You were always willing to lend a hand. You had a big heart! God speed Michael , peace be with you now, and tell papa Taylor and Mamaw I ❤️ them !

 

Blanca M Nuckolls posted on 10/29/20

Dear Barbara, I'm so sorry I'm late in sending my condolences. I'm very grateful for the time Charlie gave us at The Healing Place. I have no doubt that he made a great impact in the lives of the children we served with our school programs. I learned a lot from Charlie for he never stopped teaching. May the Lord lovingly comfort and strengthen you during these difficult times.

 

Becky Mason and Family posted on 10/28/20

Dear Michael, Rachel, and Matthew, your dad was a fun loving guy and good company whenever we got together. Our family so enjoyed having him as a neighbor! Tom was a very generous man and loved to bless us and others too! I admired a painting in his antique shop and one day he surprised me with it! It hangs over my fireplace and will always be a wonderful reminder of our dear friend! I’m sad to hear Tom’s gone but, because Jesus was his Savior and is ours, I know we’ll see him again! Till then, I pray God comfort you all with His love and peace! ❤️

 

Joe Phelps posted on 10/27/20

Best wishes and condolences to the Bader Family. May fond memories give you peace.

 

Chris posted on 10/26/20

Sorry Jason Jacob and Josh y'all r in my prayers I love y'all rip uncle Tony love you forever and always gob bless to the hoots family u all r in my prayers

 

Cynthia Moser posted on 10/26/20

Bob and I enjoyed getting to know Bob while taking him to church once every month. He was such a gentleman with many good stories and a good sense of humor. It was a pleasure for us to be with him. We offer our condolences to his family who he often talked about. May he rest in peace.

 

 

Sidney Pruitt posted on 10/26/20

Our thoughts go out to the entire family from our school community at AVMS.

 

Margaret Mitchem Boksa posted on 10/26/20

John K. Hill was a true Southern gentleman who lived life with humor and joy. He was a delightful host at any occasion, sharing his wit and impressive knowledge on many interests. Farewell, dear John, as you cruise beyond the horizon to the beautiful Paradise beyond. You will be deeply missed.

 

Wayne Matthews, President ACW posted on 10/25/20

On behalf of Apple Country Woodcrafters, I would like to extend our sincere condolences to Bob's entire family. God bless you all at this difficult time.

 

Sarah Thibodeau posted on 10/25/20

Evans and I enjoyed the years we had the privilege of driving Bob to Trinity Presbyterian Church on the first Sunday of each month. He shared many interesting stories with us. His thirst for knowledge at an advanced age was an inspiration for us. He will be missed by Trinity and the community. We share your sorrow, Sarah Thibodeau

 

Naomi Heidorn posted on 10/25/20

Dear Beautiful Rachel - I just heard of your dad's passing this afternoon. I am so very sorry. I didn't know him but he must have been an awesome man to raise such a compassionate, loving and fun daughter. May Jesus hold you during this difficult time and fill you with His peace. Sending much love and lifting you and your family up in prayer. ~Naomi

 

john gerstlauer posted on 10/25/20

life long buddy rest in peace tommy

 

Sharon Murnane posted on 10/24/20

Tom: I will miss you Neighbor. Rest In Peace, my friend!

 

Bonnie Main posted on 10/24/20

"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation. I Cor. 1:3 My sincere condolences to Ron's family and dear friend, June with the passing of a wonderful man and friend. Ron was so faithful to walk my "Buffi" very early in the morning due to my physical incapabilities whether rain, snow or ice for two years. He truly loved animals and especially "The Buff" as he called her. Ron shared so much of his VERY interesting life of his work and travels around the world and had a phenomenal memory of history. I'm so thankful to God that our paths crossed here in the mts. of North Carolina for these past three years.....he definitely touched my life. I now have the comfort and assurance that Ron is resting peacefully in the arms of his Heavenly Father and he will never be forgotten. "Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him." James 1:12 Ron will truly be missed, but not forgotten and I will look forward to hearing more stories when me meet again in Heaven.

 

Sue Scherff posted on 10/23/20

Millie was a kind gentle woman whom I came to admire on moving to Donald Ross Drive in Pinehurst. She was a good bridge player and such fun at games. Please know that I am thinking of all of you and the good memories of a long well-lived life. Sue Scherff

 

Brent Thibault posted on 10/23/20

I had the pleasure of having Mr. Freitus as a 7th grade teacher at Nashua Catholic Jr. High School back in the late 1980s. The passion he had for teaching and sharing his vast knowledge with others was unparalleled. I always looked forward to his classes and still find myself thinking about various things he would in class to this day some 33 years later. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. Brent

 

Jo Ann Forbes posted on 10/23/20

Charlotte and Jim were the best neighbors, always willing to help in any way. It was so fun to stop and talk with them they always had the most interesting stories about their lives. And then after Jim passed seeing Charlotte continue Jim's love of having a beautiful yard even when she was so sick herself. She was an inspiration to all who knew her especially Mark and I. She loved her "boys" as she called them and butterflies and doing puzzles!! That sweet smiling face and the talks we had will be missed!!

 

Dale Miller posted on 10/23/20

Chris was a great friend! We had alot of great times! He will be missed by all.

 

Dale Miller posted on 10/23/20

Chris was a great friend! We had so many great times! He will be missed by all.

 

 

John Holcombe posted on 10/22/20

Fly high with the Angels

 

 

Crissie maphis posted on 10/22/20

Was always the way he smiled

 

Brian Harvell posted on 10/22/20

I am just now learning of Brian's passing and I am so sorry. Brian was in the dorm room next to me our freshman year at ASU. We had no contact after our freshman year in college but I woke up thinking about him this morning unexpectedly for some odd reason. I casually decided to look him up online and find out what happened to him only to discover he passed away just 2 weeks ago. My heartfelt condolences to his wife and children. I know what sort of a person he was as a freshman at 18 (kind, funny, loyal), but from all the comments posted here I can say he turned into a wonderful husband, father, and friend. He will be missed!

 

Virginia Huddleston posted on 10/22/20

She was so kind to my Jonboy he loved her so!! Especially her food. We enjoyed many good meals and shared wonderful memories. I will always cherish; Dale, I’m so sorry please know my thoughts and prayers are with you all. When you release the butterflies she will be watching and smiling down on you. Such a beautiful way to memorialize her.

 

Virginia Huddleston posted on 10/22/20

I’m so sorry for the loss of sweet Charolette; she was a great mom, friend and very special person. I know she’s happy to be with her loving Jim.

 

Eric kesner posted on 10/22/20

I'm gone to miss you brother you was a good brother to me you was there for me when I needed you rip love you with all my heart all way will love your brother Eric

 

RITA D SWEEZY posted on 10/22/20

Al was one of the nicest people I know. I met him at Tarheel Lanes a number of years ago and he was always ready to help with getting us registered in bowling tournaments as well as finding hotel rooms for everyone. I was also elected secretary of one of the leagues and he actually came to my home on two separate occasions to help me get the software for the league set up. Al was a fantastic person and will be missed by so many. Thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Jonathan Avey posted on 10/22/20

Chris was a great friend! We had a lot of good times! He will be missed by all!!

 

Ruth Bryson posted on 10/21/20

Chris was like a brother to me, he always helped me out when I ask for any favors. He was a kind man a gentle giant. He adored his wife and kids and was a kind soul, I miss seeing you daily my friend. All my love to you Jessica and to the family.

 

Carlton Burke posted on 10/18/20

I was so sad to hear about Allan's passing. I had known him since the early 1980's when he was running Allan's Pharmacy in Hendersonville and over the years I have tried to stay in touch with him from time to time either in person or over the phone. Back in the 1980's, Allan helped me out with a number of things and I have always liked and admired him. He was a very special man and will no doubt be missed by many people whose lives he has touched in some way. My sincere condolences go out especially to his daughters Kathleen and Donna and all of his family members as well as his many close friends.

 

Irene Bright posted on 10/17/20

Allan was a amazing boss and friend he was here for so many of my family members my husband, son and so many of my nephews and great nephews they would go to ball games with him twice a year they was his rat pack that is what he called them and they all loved him and would do anything for him. He was like a father to me and my husband, a grandfather to our son and great grandfather to my two grandchildren. We had birthday parties, Halloween parties and Christmas parties together he will always be in our hearts.

 

Paula Warrick Stegall posted on 10/17/20

Allen was instrumental in my pharmacy career. He taught me so much (some pharmacy related, some not) and helped me get into pharmacy school. I even worked for him as pharmacist a few evenings. My sympathies are with the family and friends. He was one of a kind, and I will never forget him.

 

Bob and Jayne Mitten posted on 10/17/20

Our Sympathies to you all. She was a fine lady and very good person.

 

Alan Chainey posted on 10/16/20

Dear Cotty my thoughts are with you at this time. What a beautiful lady you shared so many happy and fruitful years with.

 

Alan Chainey posted on 10/16/20

Happy time spent at 725 Donald Ross Drive when my wife Anne and I were beautifully hosted by Ed and Millie for 14 days of the University of Edinburgh golf team visit to Pinehurst In September 2002. A beautiful home and such wonderful kind hosts. My introduction to humming birds at close quarters.

 

Judith McKenzie-Wilson, LPL Council posted on 10/16/20

Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

 

Valerie Reed posted on 10/16/20

Allan gave me my first real job working the front register at the pharmacy when I was in high school, around 1996. I remember him always being patient and generous and cracking jokes. My sympathies to Allan's family and to the many people whose lives he touched.

 

Barbara Hancock posted on 10/15/20

Our heartfelt sympathy to Cotty,Carol and Susan from the Mitten family. Memories are many of our times together in West Chester. Betty Mitten. Barbara Mitten Hancock

 

Christy Ward posted on 10/15/20

So sorry to hear of your loss.. My heart and prayers are with Jason, Jacob and Josh and all the family.

 

Christy Ward posted on 10/15/20

So sorry to hear of your loss.. My heart and prayers are with Jason, Jacob and Josh and all the family. RIP Uncle Tony

 

Ralph Knotts posted on 10/15/20

Michael was my friend who I worked with in the orchard on deep gap loop road. Tony could come to me when he needed help with anything he will be missed a lot .He was like a brother to me .i love you brother.ill see you on the other side and we'll go fishing again.sorry for your loss may he RIP

 

Marina Kovalyova posted on 10/15/20

So sorry for your loss. Our hearts and prayers go out to family and loved ones

 

 

Linda Gibbs Bailey posted on 10/15/20

So sorry for your loss. Y'all are in my prayers.

 

 

Debbie hoots posted on 10/15/20

Michael could always make us laugh and there are so many special memories. We will miss you Michael.

 

Steve Turner posted on 10/15/20

Allan was my father-in-law, but I always thought of him as a second father to me. He took me fishing with him and to ball games on the famous bus trips he organized to Atlanta. I will really miss our weekly phone conversations about sports, politics, and his many questions to me about growing plants. He helped me fix things around the house and advised me on many topics. He will always be with me and I will always think about him! It truly was a pleasure knowing him these past 25 years.

 

Sharon King posted on 10/15/20

Sandra & family, So sorry for your loss. Cherish all the good memories you shared as a family. Sharon Thompson King & Tommy King

 

Robert Huntley posted on 10/15/20

Michael was a good friend from when we were kid he will be truly missed.

 

June Cairnes Frady/1972 East High Graduate posted on 10/14/20

So sorry for your lost, my deepest condolences

 

 

Debbie Jones Walker posted on 10/14/20

Debbie and family, John and I are sorry for your loss of Tony. May God be with you at this time.

 

Margaret Boone and Family posted on 10/14/20

On Sunday a very big part of my life past away. I am so sad and broken hearted. I went to work for Allan at “Allan’s Pharmacy”and worked with him for 18 years. Allan encouraged me to better myself and insisted I become a Pharmacy Technician. He became a friend and Was by my side for the duration of his life. All of my extended Family loved seeing Allan and expected to see him at family events. I am So thankful for him being a part of our lives. Allan was with me through the death of both my parents and the birth of both my children. Allan became the God-grandparent to both Dallas & Paige. He encouraged Dallas to become a pharmacist and he got to see him graduate pharmacy school in May on the Computer, because of the virus. Allan never missed a birthday or holiday with our family. He went to soccer games and dance recitals. He even went on some vacation with us, taking Dallas on his first airplane ride & Bungee jumping and taking Paige to her to her favorite place to dance, the Jamboree in Saluda. He took my children trick or treating when they were little and had as much fun as they did. Allan helped me put the greenhouse up at Saluda School just because he wanted to help me, knowing I didn’t have a clue. When Tom needed help erecting a building Allan was there every day until it was up.The list could go on an on. My condolences to Donna, Ray and Donald and to Kathleen and Steve and all of his family. Allan was one of a kind, very kind and a very special friend to me. Allan will be missed more than anyone will ever know. May God comfort you all.

 

Sandra Stepp Hutchinson posted on 10/13/20

Always tried to help people who couldn’t pay for prescriptions I worked there for years and he taught me and I loved him so much. He knew me since birth and was there until Allen’s pharmacy closed and met my husband there. He was a part of my life that I will never forget or be more greatful for.

 

Pastor Bob and Pat posted on 10/13/20

Janet and family, You have our deepest sympathy. A loss of a mother is so hard. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Pastor Bob and Pat posted on 10/13/20

You have our deepest sympathy and love. The loss of a mother is so hard. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Marsha Clark Hoilman posted on 10/11/20

Brian was always a very sweet person. I went to high school with him and graduated with his sister Julie. So sad and sorry to hear of his passing. Thoughts and prayers go out to his sister Julie, his wife, and children . May the Lord give you comfort, strength and peace today and in the days ahead.

 

Beth Starzynski posted on 10/11/20

My first principal at my first full-time job as an educator. Thank you Gary for being one of the best!

 

Carol Mullinax posted on 10/10/20

Benny and family, I had the pleasure of working with Ruby for many years. She was so proud of you and spoke of you often. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Kim Chao posted on 10/10/20

Charlie was the volunteer who trained me to work at the Carl Sandburg barn. He entertained me and visitors with his many stories. In recent years, I sent cards to him because he gave so much to so many.

 

Kim Chao posted on 10/10/20

Charlie was one of the people who trained me to work at the Carl Sandburg barn. He entertained me and all who visited with his many interesting stories. In recent years I have sent cards to him because he gave so much to so many. He will be missed.

 

Kami OKeeffe posted on 10/10/20

Carol, at the UU in Wilmington you have been missed and I'm so sorry about Gary. He introduced me in the Wilmington Seniors and was always so welcoming at the church and the links. My sincerest condolences to you and your family.

 

Kirby Carespodi posted on 10/10/20

He was a great educator and I have many happy memories of time spent with him!

 

Wanda anda William Hall posted on 10/9/20

Loving, caring, and hard working Aunt. Gave wonderful hugs, kisses, hair braiding and taught me to loom. Always there for us when needed. My heart aches for her moving on.... A great love!!!! XOXOXOXO

 

Anita Mohanty posted on 10/9/20

I had the privilege of working for Bryan in New Bern, NC, He was so kind and caring towards us! I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family & friends.

 

 

JD Cambre posted on 10/9/20

Mrs. Kimie was a beautiful soul and genuinely a great person to everyone. She will be greatly missed.

 

 

Beth Twiss posted on 10/8/20

Praying for God's comfort for each of you I met Brian thru Adult Day such a kind person always willing to help anyone we will miss him

 

 

[email protected] posted on 10/8/20

Judy wiseman ollis class of 87 avery high

 

Betty Tankersley posted on 10/8/20

Didnt know her but I sure didmost of the Cannon Family. I use to go Friday evenings with Gail to clean and cook supper at Connie's and Gracie's. I had many many good times there in Mtn Home with the Cannons.

 

Danielle Bollinger posted on 10/8/20

I am so very sorry to hear this. I worked with Brian at RHA in New Bern and he was so very kind and helpful to me when our family lost everything in Hurricane Florence. He was a fantastic leader but more importantly an amazing and kind person. My heart and prayers go out to his family

 

 

Nancy K Martin posted on 10/8/20

I just met Brian about 2 weeks ago and we had a delightful conversation the first day my husband tried out Mountain Day Care. We made such a delightful connection talking about family and church. He seemed so nice and genuine. My heart and prayers goes out to all who knew and loved him.

 

Angie Prince posted on 10/8/20

I don't know what to say, I do say I'm sorry that it has to come to this! I love you and I'm always here for you...just remember that you have seen one set of Footprints in the Sand...God always carries us through it all

 

Bradley Bush posted on 10/8/20

Bart my heart goes out to you after reading this. My prayers for you and the family. I wish I was there for you my brother. God Bless

 

Jodi Tippie posted on 10/8/20

Dena, I am so sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the kids during this difficult time. I wish I could be with you and be able to say goodbye to a wonderful husband, father and human. I will treasure the time that I got to spend with you, Brian and the kids during that visit. Love, Hugs, and prayers to you all.

 

Steve Garren posted on 10/7/20

My condolences and prayers for your family. I never met or even had the opportunity to speak to Brian but I recently met one of his sons and couldn’t have been more impressed. Dena you and Brian obviously did a fantastic job raising Austin and I am sure the other children are just as wonderful. I am so sorry for your loss. I will be praying for you and your family.

 

Nicole Staton posted on 10/7/20

Working with Brian was such a blessing. His kind heart and true compassion for others was was such a gift to MountainCare and to me as I gained a new friend. His bright smile and witty sense of humor will be truly missed. My prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

 

Angella (Hougland) Galloway posted on 10/7/20

Dena, Jodi shared the sad news with me. So sorry for your loss. I have thought of you often over the years. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May your memories bring you comfort.

 

 

Linda Payne posted on 10/7/20

Gary was a wonderful principal that I had the honor of being one of his teachers. He will be greatly missed!

 

Meghan Waldrop posted on 10/7/20

My heart breaks for your family. You were the best supervisor anyone could have. I am grateful you're in a better place now. I wouldn't be here without you. You hired me and gave me a chance in Asheville during a hard time for my family, and for that I'll forever be thankful. You are and will be greatly missed.

 

Tonya (Alexander) Gordon posted on 10/7/20

Dena, I am so sorry for your loss. I didn’t know Brian but knowing who you are, he had to be a wonderful husband, father, and friend. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Phil and Mary Ray posted on 10/7/20

So sorry to hear. Our Condolences to the family. She went thru RCIA with Phil in 2000, we made a friend and shared lots of laughs and stories. She was special for sure. Did not quite know what to make of Bart back then. She figured it out.

 

Tricia Hinshaw posted on 10/7/20

Brian dedicated his life to helping others. He was one of the kindest, and most patient people that I've ever worked with. I'm honored to have had the privilege of knowing such a compassionate soul. It isn't just anyone who can help a team of computer phobic therapists transition from paper to electronic medical records without losing patience, but he did. My thoughts and prayers are with his family that meant so much to him. I'll miss you, my friend.

 

Salim Awad posted on 10/7/20

Even though I only knew Brian remotely through an online community and a chat group, he was a dear friend and I considered him like a brother, he was an amazing guy, so kind hearted and I know that he loved his family so much. This is a huge loss and I am shocked, my deepest condolences to the family...

 

Gloria Simpson posted on 10/7/20

I am so sorry for your lost. Prayers and hugs goes out to you and your family!

 

Tiffany mitchell posted on 10/7/20

Sending love and prayers to all of you who will forever miss her, even as I know you will celebrate her entry to her eternal heavenly home. I’m thankful for the chance to meet your sweet family and spend time with Kim. I will always remember her wonderful laugh, and we laughed... a LOT. Surely she is dancing with angels. Love to all of you.❤️❤️

 

Julie Justice posted on 10/7/20

I'm so sorry this broke my heart to hear. He was the best supervisor I have ever had. He was such a sweet funny person. He loved his family always bragging or talking about you all. He will be missed. Praying for you all

 

Andrea C Stone posted on 10/7/20

Dena I am so sorry. Prayers for comfort.

 

Elizabeth Williams posted on 10/7/20

Though he was only on the MountainCare team for a short while the loss and sorrow has been great because of the man he was - kind, funny, smart, honest - a good soul. I send my prayers and love to each you.

 

Connie Turner posted on 10/7/20

So very sorry for your families loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

James Kent posted on 10/7/20

Joe, or Josiah as I knew him, was a dear friend and colleague. I met him when I engaged his services to assist us with rigging our ship for the HBO Emmy award winning series John Adams. Josiah was a great mentor and educator to me and my entire crew, teaching us how to tie knots, splice rope, sew sails, etc. He was patient and kind, warm and always humorous. His presence around our fabricating shop and on set was greatly enjoyed. His expertise was noticed by the director, Tom Hooper, who would solicit Joe's advice from time to time. Joe made an inestimable contribution to the filiming of that Emmy Award winning series, one which his family should be proud of. But then I imaginefor Joe it was just one of a long string of many wonderful accomplishements. I shall dearly miss my friend and will treause the memories of the time we spent in Mechanicsville, VA, back in 2005 and 2007.

 

Carol Cambre posted on 10/7/20

To the Morgan and Staples family. So sorry to hear this sad news. Prayers for everyone. Special hugs for Bart.❤️

 

Jane leblanc posted on 10/7/20

Bart I’m so very sorry. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Benita Seba posted on 10/7/20

Kim has been my friend for 30 years, we laughed together, cried together, and had so much fun together. She was such a joy to be around. My heart breaks for you Austin. I'm so sorry you lost your precious momma. Bart and the rest of the family, She definitely knew she was loved by all of you. I'm so sorry she is not here on earth for you anymore. I'm glad she is in Heaven and no longer dealing with illness. May the Lord give each of you peace and comfort in this very difficult time.

 

Jeanne Broussard posted on 10/7/20

Bart and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Kim was a very sweet person.

 

Beverly A. Roberts posted on 10/6/20

Charles Byrd was a member of the Richmond County Retired Educators and this association will surely miss him Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends. May he rest in peace.

 

Mike and Ellen Thomas posted on 10/6/20

Mike and I am so blessed to have meet Kimie and spend some time with her. I will miss how spiritual she was. May Kimie Rest In Peace. God has picked a very special angel to watch over you and your family

 

Dave Bolser posted on 10/6/20

Sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing. I volunteered with Charlie at Sandburg Goat Barn for several years. His knowledge of Sandburg and the civil war always made for interesting conversation. And we both lived baby goats.

 

Louie acosta posted on 10/6/20

Love you brother miss you more every day I'm doing well I know you look over me I pray for you every night godbless you little brother

 

Susan Karper posted on 10/5/20

Sending our love and condolences to my aunt, Margee Weaver and her sons, Matthew and Michael and their families. I always remember Uncle Carl being in the middle of the action, especially the fun and games, at our many backyard gatherings at Nana Weaver and Grandpa’s home in New Holland. Uncle Carl was a great cook, and together with Aunt Margee and his mother, made the food served at The Barn in Vermont as much an attraction as the skiing! I loved our ski vacations there. Our deepest sympathy to Aunt Margee and her family in their time of loss. With love, Susan and Larry Karper

 

Susan Williams posted on 10/5/20

My deepest sympathy. Julianne Heggoy was one of my Spanish teachers at Blue Ridge Community College. She was a wonderful teacher and person. She had the class at her home once. I remember the llamas.

 

JoyceBrendel posted on 10/3/20

I never met Jack and after reading his incredible obituary, I should have. He was obviously full of life. When he and Rich meet-up in heaven, there will be one long, knee slapping conversation. Imagine all the lives he has touched? Just teaching mechanics, I’m sure he was modeling How To Be A Good Man to so many young men. His legacy will live on in his children and their children. I’m so glad he got to enjoy those granddaughters. He won’t be physically here but his spirit will continue to watch over you all. What a blessing to have had him as your husband, father and grandfather. Till you meet again, I pray for God’s great comfort to envelop you all.

 

Rene Phinney posted on 10/1/20

Margee, our condolences to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Rene and Tim Phinney

 

Jan Adán Hernández y familia posted on 9/30/20

Tu nunca morirás en nuestros corazones, eres eterno por cada parte que nos distes en vida, bendiciones para toda la familia en estos momentos difíciles, los queremos.

 

Ike Kennerly posted on 9/30/20

Susan, Amy, Johnny, sorry to read about John's death. It gave me pause to reflect on those growing up years in Brevard. Margarette and I retired back to Brevard. May you find the strength that you need. Fondly, Ike

 

 

Jordan Daniels posted on 9/30/20

I will always remember the two of you dancing through the halls of your gorgeous wedding. Love you

 

Debbie Carland posted on 9/29/20

Dearest Fay, I have felt something was very wrong. I am saddened to learn John passed away. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I’m here for you. John was a lucky man to have you and you were lucky to have John. I know he will be missed and will be in all our hearts. He always said, “I love you" when ya’ll left the office. He left us wonderful memories. Please accept my deepest condolences. Debbie

 

David Timmerman - Class of 1967 posted on 9/29/20

Mr. Byrd was a wonderful teacher who had great passion; he was also one of the younger members of the Richmond Academy faculty. I have very fond memories of my time with Mr. Byrd. Deepest sympathies.

 

Lynne and Dale Knoedler posted on 9/29/20

While we grieve, heavens rejoices to welcome Charles to eternity with his Savior! Barbara and family may you feel God's love, grace, and mercy during this difficult time. May your hearts always warm with precious memories.

 

Jack Bowman posted on 9/29/20

I met Charles when we were both pre-teenagers at Lake Park Baptist Church in Augusta, Georgia. We became good friends and spent a lot of time together, doing a lot of crazy things. We had a couple of other friends in sort of a little clique. Charles was the”brainy” one of the group...always inquisitive...always trying to figure out how things worked. We haven’ seen each other much over the years since leaving Augusta but we did talk to each fairly frequently. I’m the last one left of that “clique.” I’ll miss talking to him here, but I’m looking forward to resuming that relationship in heaven!

 

Rene Sutton posted on 9/29/20

We pray for peace for your family at this difficult time. Fondly, All of us at Tucker Materials.

 

Joyce Meadows posted on 9/29/20

So sorry for your loss. Remember all the times we had at Crawford Avenue and how he served the Lord. Praying for you and your family

 

KayHodges Peabody posted on 9/29/20

Mr. Byrd was one of my favorite teachers at ARC. I got such a fantastic free education there and was well-prepared for college. Mr. Byrd was always light-hearted and kind. Prayers for comfort for all of his family and friends. Know you have a big hole in your hearts now.

 

 

Lois Kaupa posted on 9/29/20

I met Charlie while working at the Carl Sandburg barn. He was so helpful, soft spoken and loved the goat kids. He was a Southern gentleman white beard included. We worked together many years and then he transferred to the Sandburg house to guide the tours. He even was asked to travel out of state as a representative for the Sandburg National Historic Site. A wonderful choice.

 

Lamar garrard posted on 9/29/20

Barbara, Ruth and I send our deepest sympathy and condolences. Family friends since our days at Lake Park Baptist.

 

Donnie Hooks posted on 9/29/20

Knew Charlie during our time in The National Hills Lions. Club in the 1975 to 1985 time. He was a great friend and a very involved member. Lost contact when he moved to Hendersonville. Prayers for his family.

 

Cheryl Wilson posted on 9/29/20

Mr Byrd was my English teacher my senior year at ARC. He taught us well how to create a term paper. I also was a member of Crawford Ave. Baptist Church. He was such a great example for me and the teenagers who knew him. We loved his humor and had such respect for him. What a wonderful life of example for others.

 

David Smith posted on 9/28/20

Charlie was a good friend and mentor. He selected me to be his assistant principal, my first job in administration. I am so thankful for his faith in me. When I was a teacher at Glenn Hills High School in Augusta and Charlie was the assistant principal, the two of us were walking from the bus area after school and happened upon two young men arguing. As we walked by, Charlie said, “Knock it off, guys. It’s Friday and I don’t want to deal with this.” We walked on and the two young men did, too.” He knew which situations could be left alone.

 

Hector Hernandez posted on 9/28/20

Nuestras más sinceras condolencias de parte de la Familia Hernández Moreno en Chicago.

 

Louise & VInce Rooney & Edna Kriegsman posted on 9/28/20

Our condolences to you and your family. Charlie was a great friend and neighbor.

 

Delane Taylor posted on 9/28/20

Sherry and family, I am so very sorry to hear about Jack's passing. I live on the other side of the lake from you, and even though I have not had the opportunity to meet you, I have had many great conversations with Jack. My family and I moved here about 10 years ago and I knew of Jack via his "posted" signs about a year before I actually got to meet him. I would tell my sons, "Fon't go over there, that is Jack's land". After I did meet Jack in person and told him about that he laughed and gave me that big grin. I walk down to the lake often and was always amazed at watching him mow that steep bank - he was hard-working and fearless. If you ever wondered why it took him so long to mow down there, it was probably because we were down there talking about old cars. I admired him, my sons admired him, and I hoped that I would get many more years learning more from such a smart and kind man. My wife and I want you to know that if you or your family need anything, you just yell and we will come running. Delane, Shari, Jonah, and Landon

 

Kim posted on 9/27/20

It has been 6 yrs since you have been gone Daddy but it seems like only yesterday. I miss you so much. I wish you was still here. I know I am an adult but a girl still needs her Daddy no matter the age. I just need a hug from you. I need to hear you say that everything is going to be okay and that you love me. I just miss you.

 

Mr.Mrs.Royal Southerland posted on 9/27/20

We are sorry for your loss! We worked at Autumn Care with her! She was a good friend to us! Your all in our prayers! May God bless and comfort you all! We love you very much, Royal& Becky Southerland❤❤

 

Darcy Gramiak posted on 9/27/20

With much sadness I send my condolences to Margee and the boys. Carl was my boss for 30 years. He was one of the kindest men I will ever know. I will miss him but am profoundly glad that he was in my life for all those years. Rest in peace my dear friend. With love and respect, Darcy and Pete

 

Rick & Beth Poole posted on 9/27/20

We were so sad to hear of Carl’s passing. Fond memories of growing up together at 107/109 East Broad Street, Carl was one of my first friends as we were born nine months apart. And many great times at The Barn skiing in Vermont in the 80’s. Our condolences to Margee and family in this time of loss.

 

Kathy Gabriel posted on 9/26/20

In loving memory of my cousin, Carl Weaver. Although we didn't see each other very much, I remember seeing you whenever we traveled to Lancaster County to visit grandparents, aunts and uncles and cousins. Being an only child to my parents, Lloyd and Noris Ammon, my cousins were the closest things I had to siblings. My condolences to Margee and your sons at this time of grief. Sincerely, Kathy Ammon Gabriel

 

Charles L. Bogan Jr. posted on 9/26/20

I'll never forget Novella and I eating lunch with jack, we were down town Hendersonville, when jack came driving up to meet us for lunch, he was driving a Cadillac Pickup truck, I looked at that thing and scratched my head, I said Jack I didn't know Cadillac made a pickup truck, this is the first one I ever seen, he looked at me and laugh and said, they don't I made it out of a Chev. pickup, it was spot on factory looking. It really looked like a brand new Cadillac Pickup, I'll never forget that thing. Thanks for memory's Jack. God bless the family.

 

Scott Weaver posted on 9/26/20

Sending condolences to my Aunt Margee Weaver, and cousins Matthew and Michael Weaver. I have many fond memories of Uncle Carl. When I was young he always made me laugh so much. He could be quite mischievous sometimes! I remember spending a summer in Vermont with him and his family, staying there in the winter too for skiing vacations, and of course I remember body surfing and playing games on the beach with him at the Jersey Shore. And nobody could carve a Thanksgiving turkey like Uncle Carl! Great memories that I will always cherish. May he rest in peace. Love, Scott Weaver

 

Ronnie Rhodes posted on 9/26/20

Jack was my friend. It was an honor to serve this family for 30 years as their Nationwide Insurance Agent. He restored a vehicle for me which I will always cherish. Until I retired and sold my Agency in 2012 I would see Jack quiet often. He was always stating how proud he was of his Family. Later we watched our Granddaughters play soccer together. Thank you to the Jarvis family for sharing Jack with us. Prayers for all of you. Regards, Ronnie

 

 

Sonja and Jim robinson posted on 9/24/20

Catherine, Soooo sorry to hear about Ralph passing. Jim and I enjoyed our visit with you and Ralph, the day we stopped to say hello to you. Sonja Pressley Robinson. Our prayers are with you and the family.

 

 

Sonja and Jim robinson posted on 9/24/20

 

Christine Rogers posted on 9/23/20

Keeping each or you in our prayers .. David, Christine and Hunter Rogers

 

David Collins posted on 9/23/20

Catherine and family... I remember many years ago yall taking care of me!! I havent forgotten!! Ralph was always friendly when he got home from work!! I will never forget what you done for me when i was growing up!!! I LOVE you all........

 

Macky Beddingfield posted on 9/23/20

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I worked with Ralph and Jimmy at Meritor. Both were very well thought of and were always friendly and quick to help anyone who needed help.

 

arthur dalton posted on 9/23/20

Sorry for all the family . Dod bless

 

Kay Justus posted on 9/22/20

Ralph, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Alton Connor posted on 9/22/20

Terry, Lynda and family, My love, prayers and deepest sympathy to you and your family in the Homegoing of your Mother.

 

James Osteen posted on 9/22/20

Worked with him a number of years at JPS. We were always the bestest of friends who shared many laughs together. For sure he will be missed. God be with the family at this time is my prayer.

 

Mrs. Lorraine Sellers & family. posted on 9/22/20

Extending our greatest sympathies to you in this time of loss. May God watch over you and comfort you in His graces. God Bless!! The Late John Sellers wife Mrs. Lorraine Sellers & Family. He worked with Ralph McMurray Sr @ Arvinmeritor.

 

Rose Ruff Colecio posted on 9/22/20

Catherine I am so sorry for your loss. Ralph was always so nice to me. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Kim Arrowood posted on 9/22/20

Patsy and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I will never forget Pam and the good times we had growing up. She is an Angel in Heaven now free from all earthly pain. My prayers are with you and all of your family. Kim

 

Sandy and Stacy Buckner posted on 9/22/20

Patsy, I am so sorry to hear of Pam's passing. I pray God give you comfort as only he can do. If you need me I am here for you always

 

Nancy Crisp Donnelly posted on 9/22/20

I am so very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you during this difficult time. Be assured that our Heavenly Father will watch over you.

 

Terry Lackey Baker posted on 9/22/20

I knew each and everyone in this family, going to school with them. Im so sorry to hear that Ralph has passed on. My thoughts are with all of you!!!

 

Mike Miller posted on 9/22/20

A great example. And a good man to talk with and work with. Prayers for all the family!

 

Gloria Helms Wilson posted on 9/22/20

Sending lots of prayers, and love you way my sweet family. Ralph was the example of a true kind, loving, and devoted man to everyone he crossed paths with. You all are in my thoughts.

 

 

Dwan Hahn posted on 9/22/20

I am so sorry to hear about Ralph. I will keep all of you in my prayers.

 

 

Patsy Bland Higgins Rector posted on 9/22/20

To my baby sister I will always love you and hold you forever in my heart, we have shared many memories together. We never really had to tell each other how much we loved each other we saw it our eyes and our actions showed it to each other, you’ll always have that special place in my heart, now you can rest without all the pain and suffering of this world, Rest In Peace baby girl.

 

Connie Sinclair posted on 9/22/20

Praying for the family and close friends to this wonderful man. May God heal your hearts of this loss.

 

Sharon Park posted on 9/22/20

Sending prayers up for the family

 

Vickey & Mack Pittillo posted on 9/22/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the family at this time of sorrow and loss.

 

LeAnna Fankhauser posted on 9/22/20

I have heard Kelsi often speak fondly of her grandparents in the years we have worked together. Your family is in my prayers.

 

LeAnna Fankhauser posted on 9/22/20

I have heard Kelsi fondly speak of her grandparents as we’ve worked together for several years. Your family has been in my prayers.

 

 

Tarabell posted on 9/22/20

I remember i was working for his son Ralph Jr. We helped him witha catering at print pack just me and Ralph sr. They wanted us to wear hair nets. I always had problems with getting them put on. He helped me put it on..thanks for a memory....

 

Chip Frank posted on 9/22/20

What a great guy. So many good memories of Ralph at work. I had so many great talks with him about life on the bench at WalMart while he was waiting on his wife. At Ingles, anywhere I saw Ralph we talked. Such a wise man and fun to work with. I could go on and on. So glad you worked in the fields until the end, that’s what you would of wanted. Your be truly missed and never forgotten that’s for sure. My condolences to his big family. RIP my friend, you definitely made a difference and left your mark!!

 

Laynie is daughter posted on 9/22/20

I love you dad. I wish I had a chance to know you

 

patsy messer posted on 9/22/20

Prayers for all. Love Billy and Patsy

 

Frank Case posted on 9/22/20

Although I didn't see you Uncle Ralph often I loved you and will miss. We will pray that God gives your family strength to start the healing process. God speed!

 

Frank Case posted on 9/22/20

Although I didn't see you often Uncle Ralph I loved you and will miss you. We will pray that God gives your family strength to start the healing process. You impacted a lot of lives while here!

 

Susan Hall posted on 9/22/20

I am Truly Saddened by this news.... Ralph was such a Kind, Caring fella... a One of a Kind for Sure!!! All who know him.... Will Always Remember Him!!!! I am Blessed to have worked with him at Meritor! God Bless All!!!! You are in my Thoughts and Prayers!!! A piece of my heart is broken.... along with you!!!! I am So.... Truly Sorry!!! He Is a Fine Fella for Sure....

 

Geraldine Haydock Fincannon posted on 9/21/20

My sincere condolences.

 

Tim Hyatt posted on 9/21/20

Ralph was much more than a friend, he was a mentor and a true father figure for me. I have been blessed to know Ralph and his family. RIP dear friend.

 

JOHN H MCMURRAY Jr posted on 9/21/20

13 Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. 14 For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him. 15 According to the Lord’s word, we tell you that we who are still alive, who are left until the coming of the Lord, will certainly not precede those who have fallen asleep. 16 For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. 17 After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever. 18 Therefore encourage one another with these words. 1st Thessalonians 4:13.18

 

Kimberly Carland posted on 9/21/20

Sending thoughts and prayers to you all. Just a big gratitude to your beautiful marriage and family for teaching us all marriages do last till Death do we part.

 

Donica Louise Mcmurray Geren posted on 9/21/20

Uncle Ralph i love u so much. I will miss u

 

Herb Turner posted on 9/19/20

Ron u were a great friend,I learned of your demise Today Sept 18,2020,I will have u in daily Prayer,forever.The Bahai World will miss u,see you again,God Bless U Always,Herb Turner

 

 

Shelia posted on 9/18/20

In memory of a wonderful individual, and a true local hero!

 

Norman Bethel posted on 9/17/20

Dearly Loved Family of Ron (Ronny in 1950’s), Was grieved to her of the passing of dear Ron, a very spirited, jolly and heart warming man. Talked with him a few years ago, after some 63 years. We spent the ‘40’s & ‘50’s together in Miami, Florida, along with Alan Holmes and other youth. He had a crush on my sister, Barbara, (his own words) who was 4 years younger than he. Our prayers go forth for the fond memories and the progress of his luminous soul.

 

 

Anne B posted on 9/17/20

Your light will shine on

 

Anne B. posted on 9/17/20

I had the privilege of working with Ryan for awhile at the detention center. He was very kind and funny and a very good guy. An example of his kindness and character that I will always remember is one time I was leaving work and heading to my car in the sheriffs office parking lot. I had a bunch of paperwork in my hands along with several other items, a big gust of wind came and the majority of the paperwork blew out of my arms and scattered across the entire parking lot, some even under vehicles. Even though he was in process of leaving, he got out of his car and helped me pick up every single paper, and insisted that he would get the ones that had blown under vehicles and were going to require me getting on pavement and crawling under vehicles to get. He did this without having to be asked and with a smile on his face. Even joking in attempts to make me less embarrassed about the event. It was obvious in the brief encounters that I personally had with him that he was a good man. I pray for peace and healing of the heart for all of his friends and family. I feel blessed to have been able to know him and feel sorrow at his loss of life. Blessings to his children, fiancé, parents/family.

 

Bob & Carolyn Wise posted on 9/17/20

David, so sorry to hear about Harry’s passing, our thoughts and prayers Are with you and your family.

 

Ken and Sharon Swathwood posted on 9/16/20

We were sorry to hear about Glenn. Ken and I both enjoyed playing golf with you at Canadian Lakes. Blessings

 

Ken and Sharon Swathwood posted on 9/16/20

Glenn McDoald

 

Don Davis posted on 9/16/20

I wish to extend my deepest sympathy to Joe's family. I knew and worked with Joe at IBM East Fishkill, NY. He was a neighbor, a good friend and fine man. We had lots of good conversations and fun times. Please accept my condolences.

 

Jo and Dave Kilpatrick posted on 9/15/20

Dwane and family, We are so saddened to hear of the loss of your wonderful Dad. Please know that all of you are in our prayers and thoughts.

 

 

Sharon King posted on 9/15/20

Dwane & Family, So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this time. Cherish the good memories you shared as a family. Tommy & Sharon King Joe & Marilyn Thompson

 

The Oliver Family posted on 9/15/20

Our deepest sympathies are with you during this most tragic time. I worked closely with Ryan in the detention facility as well as on patrol. Ryan always made the long shifts bearable with his impeccable sense of humor. Words cannot describe how deeply saddened we are for your loss. Ryan exemplified a true hero. He will forever be remembered for his sacrifice to our community and what a great friend and coworker he was. We continue to pray for your family that God keeps you close. God speed brother, we've got it from here.

 

 

The Towe Family posted on 9/15/20

We were so saddened to hear of Ryan's death. It seems like just yesterday that he & Chris were attending Faith Christian. Time flies by. Those FCS "kids" are grown. Ryan accomplished much in a short time. He lived a life of honor, purpose & service. Our prayers are with each of you, now, in your grief. May the Lord lift you up & carry you. May your memories help to sustain you. And Ryan ... may God hold you in the palm of His hand.

 

Winnie Merritt posted on 9/15/20

The first time Oscar and I met Ron was at a Baha'i School in Cheraw, SC. We had become Baha'is only the month before and before we knew what happened, Ron had seen to it that we were on the planning committee for the Schools. Many memories flood in of the ways Ringleader Ron and we others on the Committee would try to create memorable fun for the children and youth. He loved to organize the games; there was a makeshift Slip and Slide; there was a greased watermelon competition; young and old ate from a very long eaves trough lined with plastic spoons and full of banana splits (we had no thought in those days of virus transmissions!). Even as his health was less robust, Ron always found a way to tell others about Baha'u'llah's message of the way to world peace. We will miss that broad smile and infectious laughter.

 

David Ward posted on 9/15/20

Just want say what joy it was getting to now sweet man as Harry was I glad the family let me be part of his last Days.Will never forgot him great Man God.

 

 

Judy and Dallas Sutton posted on 9/15/20

So sorry for the loss of Harry. We always enjoyed seeing him. His sister Betty was my best friend.

 

Larry and Renee posted on 9/15/20

We are thinking about y’all and have been praying for your family. It is so hard to lose the last one. We know all to well. May our sweet Jesus comfort you now

 

 

carolyn thomas posted on 9/14/20

Meeting Ron is like having an instant friend. His love for Bahá'u'lláh was so strong, my condolences to all of his family and friends. I remember his stories of when he was a high school football coach and the love he had for guiding young people. Always humble and kind, I really appreciate having had the joy of knowing him.

 

 

Michael J. Kelly posted on 9/14/20

My condolences to Mary Ann who has lost a devoted partner and soul mate. I first met Mike in the XD class of 1976 when Mike distinguished himself as a man of integrity and courage. Mike accepted challenging assignment and his leadership enabled the IRS to have a positive presence under his guidance. Thanks Mary Ann for all the time and talent both of you gave to provide the IRS with a great example for all of us.

 

Jim, Renae, Kriston, Easton, Kayla and TJ posted on 9/14/20

Our deepest sympathy, may God give you peace of mind through this hard time. We're so sorry for your loss. God Bless you and your family

 

 

Pamela Porter posted on 9/14/20

He was the sweetest most gentle person. He was the most loving human being, he always saw the good. He will be missed so much. Love you Chuckie. RIP our sweet grandson.

 

Francis Alan Holmes (AL) posted on 9/13/20

Dear Edmonstone family, please accept our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your beloved father. He definitely was a servant of the Baha'i Faith. I met Ron in 1944, 76 years ago. We were Baha'i youth in Miami, Florida. He left Miami at the age of thirteen and moved to North Carolina. We connected again in 2001 when he was living in Asheville. He moved to Hendersonville, close to where Doris and I live. We have been very close friends ever since. We attended Feasts and other Baha'i events together. Posted by Doris and Al Holmes.

 

Don(donnie) funderud posted on 9/13/20

My deepest sympathies in the untimely passing of my friend, classmate, fishing friend. I just found very early this morning. From our fishing trips to cherokee(polabago bus), camping at smokemont, helping with the muskie club shows at civic center, having our club picnics at your house on the river and many other times on FB. I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

Hermione Pickens posted on 9/13/20

TO THE BELOVED FAMILY OF RONALD EDMONSTONE Our deepest condolences and loving sympathy. The PICKENS Family Hermione, Sean, Le'Lani, Austin, Jayla & Darius

 

Donald Ray Allred posted on 9/12/20

Oh!, what a Baha'i, what a Baha'i, what a Baha'i! Ron came into my life in 1964, Oh! what a lovely man he was! He talked with me about marriage and then slipped out the back door, gentle as he was .... Oh! My God! Remember this man!

 

Michael and sherrill hughey posted on 9/12/20

to our dear servants and descendants of Ron Edmonstone; we had family prayers at the time of Ron's funeral service. He was a truly remarkable man. we never heard him complain, he was always trying to make others happy and had so much love to give. Now he is in the warm embrace of Baha'u'llah who we have heard also loved to laugh and make others happy.

 

Keith Metzner (from Malawi in Southern Africa) posted on 9/12/20

To the Edmonstone Family I express my sincere condolences on the passing of your Father, Grandfather, and Great Grandfather. What a wonderful obituary all of you wrote that captures his adventurous life. I have many fond memories of interacting with Ron in Asheville at the WNC Baha'i Center. I am praying for the progress of his soul and healing for the family.

 

Behrooz Sabet posted on 9/12/20

Dear Edmonstone family, please accept our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your beloved father. As I heard his passing I was reminded of this passage of Shoghi Effendi: “He was surely very sorry to hear of the passing away of your father who was such an old and devoted servant of the Cause. Such persons, at their passing, proceed to the presence of Baha’u’llah and partake of His infinite blessings and divine bounties. They enter into a state which, should we only have the eye to see, we would envy and earnestly desire.” I have fond memories of him. He will be greatly missed. Warmest regards, Behrooz and Sima Sabet

 

Jerome Glassman posted on 9/12/20

Dear Ron was a true lover of Bah u llah. I met Ron many years ago, while he lived in Charlotte,. We became friends and participated in many Baha'i functions in the Carolina's. Ron Mosseller= Rpn and I made an interesting trio on the Baha'i road. Ron would visit my home and enjoy dishes prepared fro him.May his journey onward be guided by the LOVE of Angels from the realms of JOY for his service and love for humanity.

 

Cheryl posted on 9/12/20

Dear Mary and Sam, Charles T and I just heard about the loss of your precious son Sam. There are no words to express the sadness we feel for you. Praying the Lord has been a comfort to your hearts during this difficult time and will carry you along each and every day, and that you will live in the peace that only He can supply. Melissa Anne and I spent several days in Lauren Hill last month. I wish I had known and could have paid you a visit. Much love to you. Cheryl Haigh

 

Wendy Rayfield posted on 9/12/20

In May 1970, I had just been a Baha'i one week - was 14. Ron took us Baha'i youth for the day out to a park or camp on Lake Wylie. I went off into the woods with a Baha'i prayer book - had my first powerful experience with the Holy Spirit! Was well confirmed. He once told me I should be a leader, but I was too shy then. I step up more now! He was so dedicated to family, faith, and outdoors! What a wonderful family and influence he made! Love and peace to you all! Thanks, Ron!

 

Vida Wachob posted on 9/11/20

Many fond memories of this dear, loving, devoted to the Cause of God, friend, Ron. May his beautiful soul rest peacefully along with his other wonderful souls who served the Faith with him.

 

Prescott A. Berry posted on 9/9/20

My condolences to the family and friends, Mike was truly one of the good guys.

 

Patricia McCann posted on 9/7/20

Mike will always be remembered as one of the few good guys. He was a leader who always reflected integrity, intelligence, and concern in everything he did. He also expected the same from the people who worked for him. His Irish charm was also a wonderful gift. I consider Mike a dear friend and mentor. He was simply the best as a leader and a man. Rest in peace, dear Michael.

 

 

Daniel & Mary Black posted on 9/7/20

We will miss you.

 

Daniel & Mary Black posted on 9/7/20

Mike, Rest In Peace! I served as Mike’s Assistant Director in Laguna Niguel,where Mike taught me how to be a leader. My wife, Mary and I truly loved Mike as a friend, mentor and outstanding IRS Leader. My wife just spoke recently of the sword fish meal she prepared When we once shared his special swordfish. A wonderful man with a special sense of humor, and his sweet Mary Ann. . Mike, you will be truly missed.

 

Colette Schremp posted on 9/6/20

Although I did not know her that many years, I enjoyed getting to know her these last few. She was as sweet as they come, so helpful and thoughtful. Everyone that knew her loved her. She has left a great memory on the earth with so many. I am glad she is no longer suffering and am so very sorry for your loss, Larry.

 

John Dalrymple posted on 9/6/20

Mike was a great leader and a better person. He made working for the IRS in Laguna Niguel and Los Angeles very enjoyable. I remember the softball league he organized in Laguna Niguel to build bonds between various IRS organizations, train rides commuting to L.A. and back to San Clemente, dinners with he and Mary Anne in Dana Point, his fiery temper, but most of all his mentoring ( he encouraged me to apply to the executive development program ). He was a great boss a great leader and a better friend. Rest In Peace Mike.

 

Alice and Sanford Lewis posted on 9/6/20

Larry, we are very sorry about the passing of Gail. May God give you peace and comfort during this time. Our prayers are with you and the Family.

 

Deirdre Hulihan posted on 9/6/20

Sarita, we are so sorry to hear about your mother. Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. Dee & Sharon

 

Steve Taylor posted on 9/5/20

Mike was a very talented and

 

Steve Taylor posted on 9/5/20

A great leader, took on challenging assignments, well respected by peers, employees and the IRS organization. Was so supportive of me as a new executive in the IRS Western Region. A role model for so many.

 

 

Diane Foxworth posted on 9/5/20

Gail will be missed by so many friends and family she was like a sister to me. We talked and shared everything she was a very compassionate person always there for me anytime we had lots of fun doing things together and traveling together and working . She wss there to fix whatever I messed up or didn't know what to do very loyal too and confidental she is one of gods angels now I love her so much. My family will miss her so much we all loved her like she was family Bill, Craig, Taylor, Kayla, Jaxon and Bentley. She always looked out for us. She was one of our best employees and is such a huge loss.

 

Resi Dolbee and Juanita Sinclair posted on 9/5/20

Sarita, We send our sincere condolences to you and all of your family at this sad time. Your mother was a beautiful lady and will truly be missed.

 

Bob Lyons posted on 9/5/20

The Mighty Quinn of the XD Class of 75-76. One of the true good guys liked and respected by all who had a great IRS career. Part of the Mid-Pines golf group where the stubborn Irishman, sorry that’s redundant kept hitting balls in the water on the par 3 15th until he hit one over what is now known and forever will be known as Quinn’s Quagmire. RIP peace but get strokes from the Angels. Not sure the angel Maryann you left here would give you strikes.

 

Cindy Delk posted on 9/5/20

So sorry for your loss. Keeping your family in my prayers.

 

Cathy Gradine posted on 9/5/20

I met Glenn through Maureen at Hendersonville Presbyterian Church. What a kind, sweet man. His eyes were always smiling!

 

Jim Donelson posted on 9/5/20

Mike Quinn was my District Director in Laguna Niguel Ca. He was a fine IRS executive and every employee respected him. We had a fun celebration when he turned 50 because he was the first man in his family to reach that age. Socially, he played softball with our employees and we all enjoyed his colorful golf shorts which we teased him about. Sad to learn of his passing because he was one of the good guys.

 

Dianna Sheppard posted on 9/5/20

So sorry for your loss

 

Roger Burgess posted on 9/5/20

So very sorry to hear this. Rest in peace Mike. Sincerest condolences to Maryann as well as family and friends.

 

Lola posted on 9/5/20

I’m so sorry for your loss! Prayers for peace and comfort

 

Lola posted on 9/5/20

I’m so sorry for your loss!

 

Mike Murphy posted on 9/5/20

I have known Mike since 1974 when he was a Division Chief at IRS Andover Service Center. Two full-blooded Irishmen hit it off from that first day. After Executive Development we both stayed in close touch along with my Lonnie and his Mary AAnn. Ourspaths crossed in the Midwest, Washington DC, but the real memories were at Wild Dunes, MidPines and Virginia on great golf courses. Many of u gathered at MId Pines NC over a 30 year period for golf and surrounding good times, Back to IRS: Mike was District Directo at Liguna Niquel when the Commissioner and I asked him to take on one of the most challenging of IRS assignments at LA CA. He did an outstanding job. I lost a dear friend. God Bless Mike Quinn. Our deepest condolences to Mary Ann.

 

Carolyn Pinkston posted on 9/5/20

Kathy and I lived in neighboring room in the sorority house. She was sweet and genuine and I loved her art. I'm sad to learn of her passing, especially since we have been living near each other and could have reconnected. She was precious..

 

Herb Young posted on 9/4/20

Very, very sorry for your loss. Herb Young & family

 

Dan Kaeck posted on 9/4/20

Dear Evelyn, You will be remembered with fondness and respect by the thousands of students who had the privilege of attending your classes. Your colleagues at Valdosta and Gordon State admired and held you in the highest esteem. We all were the better for knowing you; you really made a difference in so many lives including my family. Godspeed my friend.

 

Robert & Becky Sims posted on 9/4/20

We too met this beautiful couple in Hawaii. God richly blessed us to know them. Ramona, love and prayers for this great loss. May God comfort you as only He can.

 

Lucinda Hodge posted on 9/4/20

Sarita- I was sorry to hear about your sweet mother passing away. While I never met her, I did enjoy the stories Calvin shared with us and admired her strength and work ethic. What a blessing she has been in your life! I will be lifting you and your family up in prayer. I pray that you are comforted by friends, family and the peace of our LORD.

 

Sue Miller Galanis posted on 9/4/20

Aunt Jean was a mentor to me. Growing up in the family business she took me under her wing, taking me on many buyer trips ordering clothing, jewellery, and housewares for the store. She valued my input and showed me the “ropes” on the process involved. I’m so grateful for that opportunity and time with her. Aunt Jean’s built in swimming pool was also a highlight of my youth. In later years I was fortunate to spend a lovely weekend at her home in North Carolina with my cousins. Thank you for those wonderful memories Aunt Jean.

 

Herb Young posted on 9/4/20

Very, very sorry for your loss! Herb Young & Family

 

Dana Reif posted on 9/4/20

I am so sorry for your loss! My condolences to the entire family.

 

Louise Ford posted on 9/4/20

So many great memories over years of friendship !Breakfasts of Eggs Benedict With Dore’s famous hollandaise sauce ...Weddings ceremonies on the promenade...Gardens of award winning Dahlias!...Living & loving life to the fullest!! Finding comfort knowing she has many loving angels wrapping their arms around her now!

 

Pat Schnyder posted on 9/4/20

Sarita and Family. I am so sorry to hear of the death of your precious Mom. She was a fighter and devoted to her Family, and beliefs. She will be greatly missed. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Jo Ann Warren posted on 9/4/20

Sarita and Judy, Your mother made such an impression on so many people in her work, her family and her everyday life. I will always remember her smile and greetings and her interest in every thing going on. She has earned her reward in heaven and someday the family will all be able to join her there and celebrate togetherness again. In the meantime, cherish the memories.

 

Bong Abagon posted on 9/3/20

Andy is a fun loving grandpa to all of us who went to camp at Pu'ukahea Retreat Center. Thank you for living your life for Jesus.

 

Lisa Raines posted on 9/3/20

My thoughts and prayers to the family..

 

Alton Connor posted on 9/3/20

Sarita, Judy and Family,. My heart goes out to each of you in the Homegoing of your precious Mother. We were blessed to have had our Mothers with us for so many years, but we know that they are in Heaven now rejoicing in the presence of the Lord with their perfect and healed bodies and we know we will see them again one day soon never to be separated again. You all are in my heart, my thoughts and my prayers. With my Love and Deepest Sympathy, Alton

 

Corey Booker and Family posted on 9/3/20

Such a fun loving little guy. Keylin really loved having you as a friend. You will be missed buddy!

 

Abe, Coral and Zach Stauffer posted on 9/3/20

Austin, we will never see your bright beautiful smile here on earth again. But, we know where you are and Who holds you now in His loving arms, where your smile is shining forevermore. Your time here with your family was short but it was filled with pure love for you. We know you will all be reunited together again one glorious day. Rest in Eternity. Love, Uncle Abe, Aunt Coral and Zach <3

 

Ed Tetlak posted on 9/3/20

We also met Andy and Ramona in Hawaii and have become good friends over the years. Enjoyed our golfing and his story telling. Will miss you my friend. God bless

 

Renee M Mercado posted on 9/3/20

I don't remember meeting Papa, he was just always there as a friend of our family growing up. Then, in 1992, I came bounding into the house after a weekend roadtrip and there he was on the couch with my mom as I entered the house. I think he has been part of our lives ever since. He has always made my mom smile and that was the best thing a daughter could ever witness. A year later, on September 4th, we all stood by their sides as they vowed their lives to each other. He has been a fabulous father, a kind husband, and the best grandfather. Papa took my mom on grand adventures, and loved her in a way few will ever experience in their lifetimes. He was a man of God. He loved to smile and lived to laugh. He will always be remembered for his kind heart and his love for all of us. Papa, it is not enough to say we love you, the gift was in being loved by you. May we all share in the Legacy that you have given us so freely.

 

 

Tracy Justice posted on 9/3/20

So sorry for your loss such a kind lady.

 

Chuck and Mae Copper posted on 9/2/20

Our heart goes out to Ms. Ramona and all the family. We first met Andy and Ramona at Pu'u Kahea Conference Center in Waianae, Hawaii, and immediately fell in love with them. We treasure the memories of our time with them there.

 

Tim and Sue McConnell posted on 9/2/20

There are no words...we are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Paul Dominick Salvaterra posted on 9/2/20

Hi, my big sister, oh the memories, Brother Paul

 

 

David and Fern Bollinger posted on 9/2/20

Austin you will be greatly missed. We so enjoyed your time with us, going for wheel wheel rides, walks in the woods, planting flowers, going on treasure hunts and so many More fun and wonderful memories. You will always be in our hearts. Till we meet again. Love Pa Pa and Gran Gran

 

Avalina Merrill posted on 9/2/20

Our deepest sympathy to Larry.

 

 

Leslie Kaiser posted on 9/2/20

I will always remember how much joy you gave us all. Swimming and laughing lighting up the world with your tender heart and colorful soul. I love you and will forever miss you

 

Bruce Whitaker posted on 9/2/20

Larry, very sad about your wife's death.I guess old cancer will get all of us if we live long enough.My Mom and Dad both had it.I will to, if something else don't get me first.

 

Pamela Hamilton posted on 9/2/20

Sweet Gail, I'm thinking of our Family Reunion in October 2019. You and I talked for a little bit. I remember you couldn't take your eyes off of Larry as our conversation focused on him. You talked about the many years that passed before you two got back together. And with a smile on your face you said, "Dreams really do come true". I will always remember that. I love you and will see you soon.

 

Rebecca Sherbert Mckinney posted on 9/2/20

Larry, I am so sorry to hear about Gail. Cherish the memories, she is in a better place. You will meet again. Praying for you and her family.

 

LINDA SEARS posted on 9/2/20

THE MEMORIES AND LAUGHTER ARE SOMETHING I WILL ALWAYS CHERISH. ON OUR DAY TRIPS WHICH WERE MANY WE SAID 'WE CAN'T BE LOST' AS WE DON'T KNOW WHERE WE ARE GOING. WELL MY SWEET FRIEND, I KNOW WHERE YOU ARE NOW. I WILL MISS YOU FOREVER BUT AT PEACE KNOWING YOU ARE WITH JESUS. YOUR 'BABIES' ARE IN LOVING HANDS. I LOVE AND MISS YOU , LINDA SEARS

 

Donna Smith posted on 9/2/20

So sorry for your loss Larry. Prayers for God to give you peace and comfort in this difficult time. Love and prayers Donna Smith

 

Joan Merrill posted on 9/2/20

Oh my sweet friend Gail I can only imagine what you are seeing and what you are doing. I can just imagine when you you left you looked up and saw Jesus and you went running to Him! Wow just Wow. Loved you then love you now and miss you. See you later.

 

Wayne Dotson posted on 9/1/20

Cousin Larry, Jill and I are sad to hear about Ms Gail. We only saw her a few times but could tell quickly you guys loved each other. Our plans in life don't always go as we would draw them but remember Psalm 18:30 "As for God his way is perfect"... The Lord didn't make a mistake. His perfect plan for her life played out just like He ordered. His name will be glorified through this some how. I'm sure the choir is sounding a bit sweeter with the addition of your angel. We will see her soon. I'm here for you my brother. Wayne and Jill

 

Cindy Sola posted on 9/1/20

So sorry for your loss. My love and prayers to you all.

 

Cindy and Guy Soda posted on 9/1/20

We are so sorry for your loss. We have such good memories of our times together. Please take care and know that you all are in our thoughts.

 

 

DENISE C FRADY posted on 9/1/20

To my sweet friend in heaven. I hated to see you go you were my best friend and I love you and miss all our great times together thru the years we had some awesome times together I have so many great memories. There is no more pain and suffering now heaven gained a sweet angel. Gone but never forgotten my condolences going out to Larry Craig and all her friends and family. Prayers and hugs to all.

 

 

Della House posted on 9/1/20

We will miss you so much! It just breaks my heart ❤️ Love, Aunt Della & Uncle Terry

 

 

Darla Smth posted on 9/1/20

You will be in our heart's forever, we will remember your beautiful smile! We will miss you so so much! Love Grandma and Grandpa Smith ♥️♥️♥️

 

Karen B Craig posted on 9/1/20

My deepest sympathies to your family Gail. I only met you a few times but each time I was greeted love, kindness and respect. I know you will be missed by those you have left behind. May God give them peace and strength during this difficult time.

 

Treacia Smith posted on 9/1/20

Gail, you will be truly missed by those that you knew you and loved you. You were always there to help anyone in need, even if they were just an acquaintance. I will always cherish the fond memories that we have made thru the past twenty years. I love you ❤

 

Becky Corn Baddeley posted on 9/1/20

So very sorry to hear this. I sure enjoyed spending time with her when I was a child. Love and Prayers for you all.

 

Glady Schipper posted on 9/1/20

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Victor C Corn posted on 9/1/20

Prayers for you all. Joan was a sweet and caring person. Love, Vic

 

Joyce Puls posted on 9/1/20

I'm another cousin and I have so many memories when we were kids - playing at Grandma and Grandpa Kikstra's house. But even more, I remember staying overnight at Uncle Bert's and Glen talking me into crossing the RR bridge to cut through to Richmond Park. And ... the pond behind their house. Glen was a really good person and my condolences to his whole family

 

Valerie Osborne posted on 8/31/20

Dear Giuffre family: My deepest condolences on the passing of Joe. I knew Joe (and Loretta) through the Center for Lifelong Learning. It was a delight to work with Joe and always a most pleasant experience.

 

 

Donna Ryan posted on 8/31/20

(((Doc***))) Wonderful Memories

 

randall l macdonald posted on 8/31/20

I extend my condolences to all Glenn,s family and friends. I am a first cousin of glenn,s, being a son of Raymond, Glenn,s father,s youngest brother.

 

randall l macdonald posted on 8/31/20

I am a first cousin ofGlenn, a son of Raymond MacDonald, Glenn,s father,s youngest brother. Glenn, extend my condolences to all of Glenn's friends and family.I

 

Peggy Seadorf posted on 8/30/20

I worked with Glenn at michigan bulb co he was a good man I am sure he will be missed by his family sending prayers to you all in this time of your loss

 

 

Gloria Russell posted on 8/30/20

Loved my Cousin, he will be missed. He was always laughing and joking around. Rest in Peace.

 

Jeff and Ellen Gardner posted on 8/30/20

Bil’s indomitable optimism made working at Designs Unlimited a pleasure. He was a good guy with a big heart and will be greatly missed. Our heartfelt condolences and prayers are with Shirley and his family.

 

Betty & Charles Henn posted on 8/29/20

Just saw where Alvin passed. He was a special person. Betty, you and Alvin were so special together, we are so sorry. Our Love & Prayers are with you. Betty & Charles Henn

 

 

Donna posted on 8/29/20

Wonderful Memories...

 

Jeannie LIndsey posted on 8/29/20

I am so sorry to read of Joe's passing. I became acquainted with Joe at the Henderson County Genealogy office as a volunteer. Joe was a friend. Sending prayers and love.

 

Beth Terry posted on 8/29/20

Clem, Teresa and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Betty was a very special and precious lady. It was always the highlight of any day to see her walking down the street wearing her chicken hat. Not many people could carry off a style like that, but Betty wore it with an extra bit of flair that was all her own. She was truly unique, in a world where that is an extremely wonderful and rare thing. I feel privileged to have met her. Her warmth and personality will be greatly missed by everyone that knew her. My thoughts are with you all, Your neighbor, Beth Terry

 

Paolo Cairoli posted on 8/28/20

Terrie, my deepest condolences for your loss.

 

Roshan James posted on 8/28/20

Dear Terrie, I’m truly sorry to hear of the loss of your beautiful mother. May you and your family be granted strength and peace that surpasses all understanding during this time of grief. You will all be in my prayers.

 

Lara Morgan posted on 8/28/20

Terrie - I am so sorry about the sudden loss of your mom. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Aladdin Meriden posted on 8/28/20

Terrie, I wish to extend my heartful condolences to you and your family at this time of grief. Also, I pray that God give you and your family the strength, perseverance and courage to come out of this difficult times. Stay strong Terrie, and you shall come out of this.

 

Wendy Larsen posted on 8/28/20

Terrie, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers at this time.

 

Jennifer Barbour posted on 8/28/20

Terrie and Family - Deepest sympathies for your loss. Please know that many are thinking about you and sending you lots of love and light.

 

Marcus Godfrey posted on 8/28/20

Terrie, Sorry for your lost. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Carol posted on 8/28/20

My thoughts and prayer are with you and your family.

 

Kim Wilson posted on 8/28/20

Terrie, I am sorry for the unexpected loss of your mother. She was blessed to have such a loving daughter. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult.

 

Leisa Frye posted on 8/28/20

I am so very sorry for your loss. Love and prayers to the family.

 

Michele Benson posted on 8/28/20

Terrie and family, We were so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. You were there for us when Mom passed, we're soooo sorry we can't be with you now. What a blessing to have her so close for the past 3 years. Call anytime you need to. She will always be with you, she knew how much you loved her. Hold on to your memories, they will help you down the road. Love you all!!!

 

Linda Reavill posted on 8/27/20

We became friends while playing Sunday afternoon golf at Canadian Lakes. Those times were a great way to get to know people and loved getting to know. Glenn. Scott and I offer our condolences and prayers.

 

Kathy Pressley posted on 8/27/20

Terrie I’m truly sorry for the loss of your Mom! You will miss her more each day! Cherish the great times you had with her and keep those close to your ❤️ heart! Prayers are with you and your family now and later on!

 

Kathy Tankersley posted on 8/27/20

I am so so sorry. Loved having you as ushers and seeing you at the Playhouse.

 

Anne Mathews posted on 8/27/20

I am so sorry to hear about Alvin. I used to hear so many good things about the two of you when you were friends with Marvin and Mavis. Thoughs and prayers are with the family.

 

Wayne & Leona Hamilton posted on 8/27/20

We are so sorry for your loss. She was a super Aunt and I remember her as so fun loving. We'll miss her.

 

Charlie Sutherland posted on 8/26/20

Rest In Peace John

 

Joe Potter posted on 8/26/20

Grandpa Paul, you left a godly legacy in your family that will carry on the message of salvation through Jesus Christ. Your children and grandchildren will carry the torch forward. Thank you and see you at Heaven's gates.

 

Pat Stepp posted on 8/26/20

To the family of Paul Chandler, We have many fond memories of Pastor Paul and Esther during his pastorate at Dana Baptist Church. He was a respectable and good man. You have our sympathy. Pat and Arthur Stepp

 

 

Vicki Rollins posted on 8/25/20

Linda was such a wonderful and kind Christian friend. I enjoyed our time as coworkers so much. Thankful she is no longer suffering and we will meet again in Heaven. God bless you JZ and Ryan.

 

Angela Austin posted on 8/25/20

What a sweet, sweet lady that I am truly blessed to have known!! My prayers are with the family.

 

 

Terry Loetzerich posted on 8/24/20

We will never forget All of the Love and Kindness you showed us Alll. We have lots of wonderful memories of Great times Shared! We will miss you. Rest in Peace in Gods Arms John Martin. Love You forever Jay & Terry & Family

 

Kathy Alexander Schafer posted on 8/24/20

Linda was a high school classmate. She was a very sweet person and always had a smile. My deepest sympathy for your loss.

 

Monica Owen posted on 8/24/20

John I'm sorry to hear about Jane. She was a sweet soul. Thoughts and prayers go out to you today.

 

Rose Ruff Colecio posted on 8/24/20

I am so sorry to hear about Linda's passing. She was a very sweet caring person and I'm sorry we didn't keep in touch more. My thoughts and prayers are with y'all.

 

Charlotte and Sammy Tucker posted on 8/24/20

Pam and Sherry,our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the family! I know it makes it easier to know he is with our Lord!

 

Brian posted on 8/24/20

I remember meeting Joey for the first time on the Sierra Nevada job site. At the time, he was working for Wayne Brothers as part of their concrete crew, which was tough work. He approached me and asked, "So, what's it like working for these guys?" I told him it was a great company to work for, they seemed to really care about their employees and that he should keep his out for open positions. He said, "That's sounds good. I'd like to work for a company like that, ya know? Do you guys get free beer?!" I told him about the benefits and he got a big grin on his face. I remember thinking Joey would be a good asset to the team. Some time had passed and Joey approached me again to ask for advice about interviewing for a job opening. After some Joey banter, which was always lighthearted and fun, I gave him some solid advice. He ended up getting the job and was so thankful for my advice. He said, "Now I can go get some new work boots!" I really enjoyed working with and getting to know Joey through the years. He was a good dude and will be missed. Rest in peace friend.

 

Peggy Mills posted on 8/24/20

I was so sad to hear the news of Linda. She and I worked together for many years and I was so fond of her. She was a very special person and she will be missed. My condolences to her husband and family.

 

Sara Holbrook posted on 8/24/20

I met Doris in 2018 when I was working as a server at Garlik Vegan in Horse Shoe. She was full of love and light; beautiful spirit. Doris always made my day when she came in to eat lunch at the restaurant. I remember telling her about my struggle to find a church in the Hendersonville area. And she had told me about Upward Christian Fellowship. I went about a month after she had told me and knew it was the right church for me. If it wasn't for Doris, I would have never went to UCF. I am deeply saddened about the passing of Doris, but I know she is in heaven with the Lord. Doris made a difference in my life, and I will forever be grateful. I send my condolences and sympathy to Doris' family and loved ones.

 

Ada G.Loetzerich posted on 8/24/20

Fay sorry for your loss. John was a nice person.

 

Kim Vassos, Niece posted on 8/24/20

Sitting on the porch, watching the birds, swapping stories, and sharing laughter became a much anticipated annual event at Linda and JZ’s beautiful Maxwell family farm. So many memories have been made over the years as Linda loved and encouraged the gatherings of extended family and friends. From fish fries to hot dog roasts, we’ve enjoyed it all! I see Linda casting a line into the pond, hoping to catch that big one, and wheeling around the farm with Wyatt as her navigator! Linda’s love of her husband, J, and their son, Ryan, became even more complete as Ryan married Adrienne and brought a much anticipated, precious grandson, Conrad into their lives. Linda faced her illness with dignity and grace, never losing her sense of humor or positive spirit. Her faith in God sustained her and that faith will lead her home. Cherishing the memories, with love always, Kimon

 

Karen Regan posted on 8/23/20

Faye so sorry for your loss. I know John will be truly missed. Sending Prayers for you and your family.

 

 

Gayle Alfortish posted on 8/23/20

You were a very sweet & kind man.

 

Tamara Pawlak posted on 8/23/20

So loving and kind great Preacher of the Truth we are so so sorry for your loss this we know he is now in the site of our Loving Father we will all be called up very soon

 

Pam Lawson posted on 8/23/20

Dear Evelyn, Your friendship was such a wonderful surprise. It is difficult to connect to someone so completely as we reach a certain age. I'll cherish the memory when you and your amazing husband, Tom, shared a St. Patty's Day lunch and listened to those bagpipes. I will miss our chats and your fabulous laugh. Until we meet again, safe journey, my sweet friend. Love Always, Pam

 

Kristan posted on 8/23/20

My Daddy attended his church and his name was KW Wright. I have always adored him and he always made me feel loved and welcomed. God Bless you all!

 

Paul Mckinney posted on 8/23/20

Pastor Paul was always filled with the spirit of God.He loved standing in the pulpit and preaching the word which he knew well. When I was in town from the Navy I would attend church and he would call me up so we could sing At Calvary. My Paul rest in Gods peace.Amen

 

Wanda Caldwell posted on 8/23/20

Pam and family - my thoughts are with you and I know that you have special memories of happy times - I hope they comfort you always. Love and Friendship Wanda Caldwell

 

John and Maisie Hansen posted on 8/22/20

What a wonderful man of God! Maisie and I have such fond memories of the times we talked with him after church services.

 

Karen and Stan posted on 8/22/20

Alvin was an amazing person and has a wonderful family who will continue on and follow in his footsteps. Thoughts and prayers are with Betty, Rob, Stewart, Tucker and all of the family. ❤️

 

Claudia Gonazlez posted on 8/22/20

I will miss you and our talks. I knew I could tell you anything. You are very dear to me. Love you, Evelyn.

 

Jeff & Dee Gillespie posted on 8/21/20

Stewart & Robert, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Pattie Calmon posted on 8/21/20

I never met him but always prayed for him with his daughter so sorry for the loss God bless you all

 

Pattie Calmon posted on 8/21/20

I never met him but always prayed for him with his daughter so sorry for the loss God bless you all

 

Jacqueline Fiedler posted on 8/21/20

Although I've never met Pastor Paul, I feel as if I know both daughters, Pam and Janice who are the Best! If this is indicative of his ability as a Father, it speaks highly of him. May he rest in peace.

 

Jim and Debbie Wilkins posted on 8/20/20

Our condolences to all the family. I still remember Annie Sue in French's which was next door to Downing Street. A great lady.

 

Jeff Puttick posted on 8/20/20

Dad and Mike, My sincere condolences at this time. Loosing a loved one yields all of the worlds pain. Linda was a kind hearted, fun loving lady and I will cherish the memories I have. May you all find peace during this time and know I am here if needed. Rest In Peace mom

 

Jeff Puttick posted on 8/20/20

Dad and Mike, My deepest condolences during this time. Linda was an very sweet and loving lady to which I have many fond memories of her and that smile. May you all find comfort in knowing so many people were touched by Linda and her loving demeanor. Rest is peace mom

 

Carol Fouts posted on 8/20/20

I will always remember Jim both for his thoroughness and accuracy when he served as the treasurer on the board of the Friends of Carl Sandburg. I also appreciated his sense of humor, especially when I asked questions. He always answered politely with a smile on his face that made me glad that I had him to ask.

 

Jackie Hall posted on 8/20/20

So sorry for your loss Larry

 

Jackie Hall posted on 8/20/20

So sorry for your loss Larry.

 

 

Debbie Henderson posted on 8/19/20

Stewart & Robert sending prayers & hugs. So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Many memories to cherish.

 

Shirley Batts posted on 8/19/20

I grew up with Dave in Grand Haven and attended the Christian School and graduated 9th grade together. My condolences to his family.

 

 

Beverly Nesbitt Puskas posted on 8/18/20

So sorry for you loss

 

Don & Mary Anne Bishop posted on 8/18/20

Larry, Michael & Family, words cannot express how sad we were to hear of Linda's passing. Our deepest condolences to all of you. You are in our thoughts & prayers. RIP Linda.

 

Bill Moody posted on 8/18/20

I am glad to have known Marnie. I ran the Snack Bar at Carolina Village for several years and Marnie visited almost everyday. She became one of my favorites. When she turned 100, I told her she was my "oldest friend"! After I retired, we exchanged Christmas Cards and Birthday Cards each year. My sincere condolences go out to the family. May God bless you all. Thank you for sharing Marnie,and all the memories I have of my friend.

 

 

Donna Abrams Zaryski posted on 8/18/20

I was blessed to have Annie Sue as my second mother...SO many memories...beginning with hanging out at the jewelry store after school with Marjie when we were in elementary school... so MANY sleepovers...the dang poodles...the pool days...the love she gave me as if I were one of her own. She was a great lady and will be missed. RIP Annie Sue♥️

 

Buford o'Neil posted on 8/18/20

Worked with Alvin and considered him to be a great and understanding person that I could have ever met, will miss him in my thoughts. God bless

 

Kathy Streeter Morgan posted on 8/18/20

What a great lady and what great times we had at the pool. You were a treasure. My condolences to all the family

 

Chip Boyle posted on 8/17/20

I only knew Glory at the bridge table. Always a warm smile and kind word. A quiet, studious competence. Now, realizing her background from reading about her, I appreciate why she always took time to review her performances with partner Fiona. Always learning. A mistake happened once and was never repeated. Glory was a gift to our Tryon bridge club. She will be missed. Our thoughts rest with her family and friends. Life deals cruel blows to the innocent. Rest well dearest Glory and save a warm seat for your many bridge friends.

 

Carol Teague posted on 8/17/20

I will always remember our fun days, sitting at the Hendersonville Country Club pool; such a sweet person. Condolences to the family.

 

Marchia Barnwell posted on 8/17/20

I have alot of memories of my great aunt , Emma growing up.she babysat me after school for a long time. Dalton's never really die .

 

 

Judy Pack Ward posted on 8/17/20

Annie Sue, You were so special and a beautiful lady. You were a special friend to many but especially to my Mom, Joanna Pack. I know you two are together again with all the love ones. I will always remember going to French’s and buying jewelry and how you made us feel special. You will be missed but we all have wonderful memories of you and your family.

 

Alton Connor posted on 8/17/20

French, Marjie and Family, My thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to each of you in the passing of your Mother. I am so sorry for your loss. Alton

 

Jeff and Sarah Holbert posted on 8/17/20

We’ll remember that beautiful laugh and smile. Thoughts and prayers for all of you.

 

Hendersonville.Patti Leonard posted on 8/17/20

Oh Annie Sue! You sweet, funny, lovely lady! You were an icon in Hendersonville.

 

 

Gerri and Hal Gordon posted on 8/17/20

Loved this special lady for years. Many lunches with her and John when Marjie and I would hurry to their house when we worked together in the Dental Field . Those times spent with their family was very special. You will all be in our prayers and I love you girls.

 

Shanel Baldwin Edwards posted on 8/16/20

Praying for you, Janice and family, during this difficult time.

 

 

Kathy M. Randall posted on 8/16/20

The Light of Love will guide you home...

 

Kathy M. Randall posted on 8/16/20

I just learned of Doc Betty's passing and feel that an Angel has gone home. I didn't have a chance to say Thank you for all of the work and love given by her to my son and through his growth as a person, our family. None of us would be who we are today without Doc Betty's help, wisdom and guidance. There just isn't enough words or emotions to express our gratitude to this remarkable woman. Wherever she is now I know there is someone else benefiting from knowing her.

 

Joan Taylor posted on 8/16/20

So sorry to hear of Greg's passing.He & his wife Joan were our friends for 60yrs. He was a good & kind man & very special to all. God Bless Him & always remembered.

 

Gene and Carole Carter posted on 8/16/20

Such an interesting guy, we've only known Jim through Appalachian Minis Club for a short time, but knew immediately that Jim was someone that you could count on. He will be missed, and I wish we had been able to do more with him and his lovely wife Dianne. We were just getting to know them when this awful thing happened. Jim readily volunteered to help wherever he could. We will miss him, and wish Dianne all the best as she moves back to family in Florida. Take care, Dianne.

 

MICHEAL & DEBBIE (LAUGHTER) HYDER posted on 8/15/20

LARRY AND FAMILY, I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF LINDA'S PASSING! SHE WAS A KIND AND CARING PERSON, AND I'M SURE YOU AND THE FAMILY WILL SURELY MISS HER. ANYTHING WE CAN DO TO HELP, PLEASE LET US KNOW!! LOVE AND PRAYERS FOR PEACE AND COMFORT THROUGH THESE NEXT FEW DAYS AND MONTHS TO COME. 828-685-0044 LOVE YOU ALL!!

 

Joan childress posted on 8/15/20

I met Judy at church about 35 years ago and we became great friends Her House was on my way home from work and I stopped several times a week to visit. Eddie and James were buddies and both kept us entertained. Didn’t see her much after she move away but we could always pick up where we left off. I will miss her — always knew I had a friend to talk to. Mary - Tripp- Eddy. — she always caught me up with what was going on in your lives and bragged on all of you. You and your kids were a great joy to her. I know it is very painful to lose her. I am shocked. Love you.

 

Carol posted on 8/15/20

Aunt Judy and Mama used to have the best time together, every time I came home, I would always go see Aunt Judy. I'm so sorry for your lost Mary, Tripp, and Eddie. She was one fantastic lady and will be sorely missed.

 

Jerry posted on 8/15/20

You have been gone for nearly three years, times filled with tears, yet your light shines bright, turning my thoughts to peace and love from early morning to night’s last light. I love you ❤️

 

 

Kathleen France Beliveau posted on 8/14/20

I have so many happy memories of coming to visit my grandparents, Tom and Mabel France, and getting to see Wayne and Doris! They were always so kind to me and I often tell my daughter of the memories I have of them. I'm so sorry for your loss but I know Doris is rejoicing with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! Blessings to the family.

 

Billie mullick posted on 8/14/20

I met Glory on our trip to Japan just three years ago and then we travelled again to Croatia last year. We bonded and felt we had known each other forever. She was warm, smart and funny. Loved her community, and her Friends, adored her dog and her beloved husband. We shared so many laughs on our trip and were planning our next one. She was an amazing person and I feel lucky to have known her. I miss her but Will cherish the memories. Our deepest condolences to you Fred. It is hard to lose a partner but think of all the joyful and special moments you shared with Glory. She will watch over you from heaven.

 

Alex Nelon posted on 8/14/20

What a wonderful fellow. Bil retired from banking in Florida and started a business in Greenville SC that produced printed apparel and promotional material. He loved the little airport in Hendersonville where he was building his own airplane and the Western North Carolina Air Museum. We flew together in 2009 during the annual Air Fair. He was a delight to be around, a real enthusiast for everything he did, and filled a merry seat at our Saturday morning breakfast table at the Mustang Cafe. We all miss him.

 

Laura & Austin Porter posted on 8/14/20

Dearest Glory - Thank you for all the wonderful times together. When we saw the Milwaukee Arboretum, eagles along the Mississippi, or camping in West Virginia. You were always good company. We enjoyed your sense of humor and enthusiasm. Thank you for helping my mom and dad move to California. Peace be with you.

 

Bobbie, Mike and the boys posted on 8/14/20

We will miss Uncle Jim so much! He and my Aunt Dianne were so happy together! So fun, active and both loving life to the fullest. He was always kind and easy going. One of my happiest days was when Aunt Dianne told me she was getting married! We will miss him and send all our love to Aunt Dianne and all the family. We love you!

 

Fred Stack Husband & best friend The Eulogy posted on 8/14/20

Hello friends, I am so happy you could come today in honor of Glory. I want to leave you with some thoughts to help you remember who Glory was. Her personality. Her love of life. Her strong commitment to everything she did. Her obituary does a nice job of describing some of her life experiences. Things that helped define her. There are a few things I left out. Glory had a beautiful singing voice. She was too modest to share it much in public, but if you got to hear it it was amazing. I also failed to mention her laugh. It was infectious. It was real and from her soul. It made you laugh with her even if you did not know why she was laughing. I wish I had a recording of these things to share with you. It would make you so happy. The obituary also does not do justice in helping you understand the importance she put on three things — Family, Friends and Faith. Family was always first. Nothing was more important. From her dedication to her dad to her desire to support nieces and nephews. If you go to her obituary on shulerfuneralhome.com , you will see several condolences posted by family members. You will see in their comments, her commitment to family. Glory was my best friend for over 42 years. We did everything together. But she was also a great friend to so many others. She wanted every friend to be a friend for life. I can’t tell you the number of people we met on our world travels with whom Glory still communicated. Not just other passengers on the trips, but staff as well. Casino card player, singer, even a room steward. She loved to share experiences and live through theirs as well. She touched so many people. Many of you here today showed your return affection for Glory when over 80 of you lined the street and cheered for her when she returned home this past April. Thank-you. Glory had a strong faith, but her only concern in life was how people seem to be loosing the understanding of the importance of God in their lives. The importance of prayer and the experience of how prayer can uplift you. She would challenge all you grand parents out there to encourage your kids and grand kids to maintain their connection to God. Don’t lose it in this secular world that seems to ridicule or mock anything religious. Return to making their religion a core pillar of their lives. A friend sent me this message this morning. “When you speak of her, speak not with tears, for thoughts of her should not be sad. Let memories of the times you shared give you comfort, for her life was rich because of all of you.”   

 

Eileen Whelehan posted on 8/13/20

The world lost a good soul and a kind man. You will be missed. A former neighbor, Eileen Whelehan

 

Leo Dringoli posted on 8/13/20

Bil's presence at our airport gatherings always brightened the day and lifted our mood. Our group trips to the annual Sun-n-Fun meet always included Bil's required stops at Dairy Queen . Each day he would stay for the airshow until the last airplane had landed .

 

Ashley Stack posted on 8/13/20

The first words that come to mind when thinking of Aunt Glory are joyful, compassionate, and kind hearted. I can’t remember a time when I was around my Aunt where she did not brighten up a room with either her laugh or stories of her adventures. I admired her compassion for traveling and thirst for knowledge. I will always cherish the memories with her.

 

Robert Frank and Joyce Emslie Frank posted on 8/13/20

We have known Jim since their wedding in 2005. He made my sister Dianne so happy A wonderful man and a beautiful family. Rob and I enjoyed the many fun times with Dianne and Jim and the many memorable trips in Florida, California, North Carolina, and even a cruise. We will truly miss him.

 

Sherry Stack posted on 8/13/20

I always loved being around Glory. She was always so cheerful and easy to talk to. We had many long conversations. Like others have mentioned her laugh was contagious and she had a beautiful singing voice. I imagine right now she is in Heaven dancing and singing with her loved ones there. She will always have a place in my heart and I will never forget her. I am so grateful to have known her. Rest In Peace Glory, you have earned it.

 

Julie Olsen posted on 8/13/20

I am so sorry to hear of your loss Eddie. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. If you need anything or want to talk I am right across the hallway!!! :)

 

Matthew Stack posted on 8/13/20

My Aunt Glory, my God mother, and also the aunt with the same birthday as mine. Nothing could describe her better than that she was the life of the party. She had a beautiful distinct laugh that you could find through a crowd and that I will never forget. I remember spends many holidays at her house and Glory staying up late reading in her den. Every time we came to visit she always had new animals for us to view. I remember she loved nature and she would show passion for all of God’s creatures. I will never forget that in the middle of the night she woke us during a visit to show us raccoons she had been feeding dog food. I always knew she had an amazing heart but you could definitely see it by the way she treated every like equals. God just got another angel. I love you Aunt Glory and may you Rest In Peace. P.s. have some wine ready for me when we meet again.

 

Keith Buchanan posted on 8/13/20

I can remember Fred bringing Glory to Houston,Texas after he left to begin his career with GE back east. Which of course is where he and Glory met, in Schenectagrad as she had named it. I think we hit it off pretty well! Her personality would light up the room, so I can see what Fred saw in her! One thing that always makes me chuckle occurred at this time! We had Amy by then so trips were fun! I remember one hot Texas afternoon, Glory asked me the following: Keith, would you like a soder? I said a soder? She said yeah a sober! Oh! a soder! By this time my Texas twang and her East coast accent met and we would chuckle about that soder for most of the next 40 years! We call soda by label in Texas! Dr.Pepper or Coke or Pepsi! We became good friends from that moment on. I always snicker when I hear that! She was a sweetie and I miss her alot! Classy all the way!

 

Elaine Royer posted on 8/12/20

These are my fond memories of a dear friend and next-door neighbor, Glory. Glory was the “Pearl Mesta” of our neighborhood, hosting many get-togethers, from dinners, cook-outs, cocktail parties, dog birthdays, or just hang-outs in the driveway. Her “Gloriful” decorating enlivened the street, whether a swath of yellow daisies in the summer or the blaze of seasonal lights during the Christmas season. On our dog walks, Glory shared her beliefs and adventures, telling me about her vacationing experiences, making them come alive with detail and expression. With her words, I took a world tour; I felt like I was “there.” Glory helped me plan the food for a very successful “Chicken Roast,” even picking up the food and managing the dessert menu, down to the exact size of the tidbits. (It must have been the engineer in her.) We even shared a favorite color—purple. On one of her trips abroad, she remembered and gifted me with wind chimes—purple, of course. I hung them on my ceiling fan. When it whirls, I hear the faint “ding, ding.” It’s Glory; she got her wings. I’m not the only one next door who longs for her voice. My dog, Tasha, misses her mightily. Every time he goes for a walk, Tash strains at the leash, searching hopefully for her. He expects his best friend to call out the familiar, “Hey, Tashie, want a cookie? Wait, I’ll get you a cookie.” Glory also taught me an important lesson. Before this last New Year’s Eve party, when we walked Challis and Tash, we discussed what we would wear for a 1920’s speakeasy theme—elegant or flapper? She told me that she had gone to Jo-Ann Fabric to find fringe for a short skirt, but decided against it as it was so expensive—and really, just for one night. No. Instead she would wear a lovely blue cocktail dress and looked beautiful—the last time I saw her as her healthy self. But no fringe. The lesson? If, in the future, I see something that makes brings me joy, damn the price, I’ll buy it. Her advice to her brother was to “live life.” All of her years, she did so-- and I will too. We all deserve to metaphorically “wear fringe on our dress.” I will think of her every day. May Fred and her family know what a powerful influence she had on those she touched. Love is stronger than death. Even though our love couldn’t stop it from happening, it can’t separate us from the memories we embrace. Lovingly and gratefully, Elaine Royer

 

Nathan Stack posted on 8/12/20

My Aunt Glory was an adventurer. Every family meeting and holiday celebration was an opportunity to hear about the latest exploration of country, food, and culture. With a mind and personality to match the beauty she found on her travels, Glory was a role model every day of my life. In pictures we cherish, the memories we share, and the love we feel - you are remembered.

 

Mark Stack posted on 8/12/20

One of my favorite memories with Glory was in the spring of 2015. I was on my spring break visiting NC for the week. Her and Fred took me on an incredible hike through the mountainous woods nearby their house. I remember thinking how cool it was that my aunt Glory was so eager and capable of enjoying nature’s beauty on a day to day basis. Later that same night we had watched the movie “wild” further exemplifying her appreciation for this earth and interest in adventure. That made a lasting impression on me. It gives me comfort knowing that she is able to appreciate all of Earths beauty from above. You will be missed greatly, Aunt Glory.

 

 

ELDON Eugene BRINKMAN posted on 8/12/20

John, sorry for your loss. I know the feeling.

 

Jim Sweet. Friend posted on 8/12/20

My deepest condolences, Fred. Working with Glory at GE Houston in the early '80's when she was their first female turbine specialist was special. She didn't care what the "good old boy" customers thought of her, and never took no for an answer. She just kept coming at them again and again. Her hundreds of millions in orders demonstrated that her remarkable intelligence, persistence, and sense of humor could win over even the most die-hard sexists. The business world was a tough place for women in 1980 (especially in Houston), and her efforts helped pave the way for other women to win respect as well. She was a true trailblazer and should be remembered as such. My heart is heavy tonight.

 

Barry Patascher posted on 8/12/20

I had the honor to get to know both Jim and Diane through our MINI Cooper community. Jim was a great addition to our local club. He was always quick to volunteer his time, whether it was leading a drive at MOTD or helping us get club magnets. His smiling face and enthusiasm will be missed at our local meets and at the Dragon

 

Gloria Parker posted on 8/12/20

Jim was an extra special man with an upbeat nature but first and foremost was the “ultimate giver” to others. He would find a need and fix it. I was fortunate to gain his friendship through his marriage to my good friend Dianne. It was a lucky day for all who knew them. Through the years I became recipient of his kindness and thoughtfulness through his and Dianne’s many visits. Jim possessed many talents that he freely gave without thinking. He was more than a friend. He was like a brother. He loved life and grabbed as much as it offered with Dianne. His loss has left a void with me but I can take solace knowing we will all celebrate again. Thank you Jim!

 

Ken LaCombe posted on 8/12/20

Rest In Peace Greg.❤️.

 

Patricia Browning posted on 8/12/20

When I returned from Europe back in 1984 after a trip abroad, Glory and Fred picked me up and I stayed with them for a few days. The first morning I was with them I woke up to the most beautiful angelic voice. I couldn’t figure out where it was coming from. I started searching rooms and got closer to the voice. It was Glory. She immediately stopped and I said NO KEEP GOING! She didn’t But I’ll never forget it. Glory lit up a room and she always made you feel welcome and special. I will miss her dearly. I believe a life Is a continuous thread. It weaves itself through love and memory and remains a part of everyone it has touched. Glory touched my life and I will never forget her.

 

Linda Hill Glasgow posted on 8/12/20

Loved your sweet Mama and have such fond memories of her at basketball games! Praying for you all at this difficult time.- Linda Hill Glasgow Charleston, SC

 

Kelli Browning posted on 8/12/20

I remember visiting Aunt Glory and uncle Fred in their Dublin house. Aunt Glory would always take Sam and I to go feed the ducks and catfish in the pond by their house. She would let us feed them a whole bag of bread and then after we got to go explore the little island in the middle of the pond together. It’s a simple memory, but a meaningful one. I will miss her greatly. -Kelli

 

Beth and Jerry Allen posted on 8/11/20

We are so sorry for your loss.Your mama was a wonderful lady. Beth and Jerry

 

Gary Browning posted on 8/11/20

One of my fondness memories of Glory was during the Easter holiday or for that matter any holiday is when Glory would just start singing. Now this usually meant dinner was over and the festivities have officially began. Somehow Kelli would win the Easter egg decorating contest again. Rest in eternal peace and may God continue to watch over our family.

 

Sam Browning posted on 8/11/20

Aunt Glory was a very special person. Every time time we would meet whether it was a family get together, visiting, thanksgiving or Christmas we would always talk about sports and places we’ve been to. I will miss our discussions about March madness and the Green Bay Packers and traveling. Glory was was very insightful about sports. My favorite story she would tell me was when I was little I had a terrible speech impediment where I would pronounce my “R’s” as “W’s” and reminded her of a New Jersey accent, which she thought was hilarious. I will very much miss my Aunt Glory, and I am happy that she has found peace with God and heaven.

 

Kelli Browning posted on 8/11/20

Aunt Glory was one of the kindest people I knew. When thinking back to my memories with her I always remember her playing games with us at Christmas or Thanksgiving, and she was quick to burst into song when one of us would play the piano. One of my younger memories with her was when my family visited them in Ohio. She brought me to their neighborhood pond, and we would feed the catfish for hours together. She made the little things feel big. This goodbye came too soon, but know that you will be missed terribly, and loved always. I love you Aunt Glory, rest peacefully.

 

Thad Wm Davis posted on 8/11/20

My mother has lost one of her great rivals. The ladies are legendary in Edneyville- Polk Central competitions

 

James E. Sumka posted on 8/11/20

There was never anyone more cheery in the room than Aunt Glory. Every shared moment was filled with laughs and smiles and lucky for me, most of my holiday memories involved Aunt Glory and Uncle Fred. From late Christmas Eve's playing Uno in Columbus to extended Thanksgiving weekends in NJ. To this day I think the vacations I remember the most were the ones spent out in Columbus - walking the dogs in the snow, playing games in the basement, and speaking to penguins at the zoo. I will forever regret not spending more time with you but will cherish each and every moment we shared and promise to never let your spirit fade. And as if your personality wasn't enough, you brought Uncle Fred into our lives. I am so fortunate to have you as an Uncle and aspire to be the husband you were for Aunt Glory. You are forever family. Aunt Glory, you will be forever loved and missed. You were an inspiration, a role model, and above all, family. I love you Aunt Glory. May you rest in eternal peace.

 

James Buchanan posted on 8/11/20

When I was at school in Pittsburgh, Aunt Glory and Uncle Fred were living in Dublin, OH and were kind to invite me to join them for Thanksgiving since I was unable to go to Texas. They drove all the way to and from Pittsburgh to get me. We had a wonderful time, even visiting their favorite Mexican restaurant for margaritas! Both Aunt Glory and Uncle Fred were so kind and welcoming, making sure to include my Thanksgiving favorites like stuffing, and Glory teaching me about Yankee dumplings! I have fond memories of growing up and spending Thanksgiving holidays with Glory and Fred in St. Louis hosting the entire family. I distinctly remember her laugh ringing through the house. I also loved having heartfelt talks were Aunt Glory. You always knew that she was listening to every word whenever you were in deep conversation. She was never one to hold back in any discussion, but she especially loved talking politics and history! As these were often my favorite subjects, I was more than excited to sit down and have friendly debates, so long as we didn't take it personally! I am so heartbroken that we've had to say goodbye to Aunt Glory so soon, and so suddenly. She was a bright light and a warm presence with the biggest smile you could imagine. She loved all those fluffy dogs, but she loved Fred more than anything on Earth. I'm so grateful I was lucky enough to be in her family, and I will miss her so very much.

 

Suzie short posted on 8/11/20

She was the sweetest so glad got to know her and more about our family I miss her already she truly was a blessing

 

LUCILLE SAVOLD posted on 8/11/20

I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF GREG.'S PASSING. HE WAS A WONDERFUL BROTHER-IN-LAW AND WILL BE MISSED.

 

LUCILLE SAVOLD posted on 8/11/20

GREGORY SAVOLD

 

Evelyn Bowen Davis posted on 8/11/20

I am so sorry for your loss! It's never easy to say goodbye! She lived a long life and was so proud of her kids. Cherish her memory

 

Kathy Freeman Jones posted on 8/11/20

Janice, Joe and Frank, I loved this lady and her yell at the ball games was a highlight. She was a bright spot on this earth. She and Mama are laughing it up now. My prayers are with all of you!

 

 

Ellen Savold posted on 8/11/20

My best friend, my hero, my dad I'll miss every day !

 

Clara M. Stack posted on 8/11/20

Dearest Glory, daughter-in-law! How I will miss the joy, humor, zest for knowledge and loyalty you showered us with. Happy memories sustain us and your bright smile lingers. Rest well, dear one, in the arms of Jesus and Blessed Mother. Until we meet again

 

MICHEAL & DEBBIE LAUGHTER HYDER posted on 8/11/20

EMMA WAS A SWEET AND KIND FRIEND AND FAMILY TO US!! SHE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED BY ALL HER KNEW HER!! SHE IS IN HEAVEN WITH ALL THE OTHERS GONE BEFORE HER. SHE IS HAVING A WONDERFUL HOMECOMING!! LOVE TO ALL THE FAMILY!

 

Sarah Friedell posted on 8/11/20

I am so very sorry to learn of Greg's passing. Greg started volunteering at The Free Clinics over 15 years ago, giving us more than 1,200 hours of service in that span. He volunteered in different areas around the clinics, for a long time as a patient eligibility screener, and in more recent years (when I knew him), coordinated teams of volunteers from Immaculate Conception to come assist us with large mailings. He was almost always the first to arrive and the last to leave, and wanted to help as much as he could. You only had to spend a few minutes with Greg to know he was a man of incredible faith and devotion, who freely gave of himself to serve his community through his church and other organizations. I will miss him very much.

 

Julie Buchanan posted on 8/11/20

Glory was a special lady to all of us. She was the perfect hostess and she and Fred made each of us so welcome in their home. She was an incredible cook, but she always welcomed help in the kitchen. She made mealtime preparations a fun, funtime for all. One of my favorite memories was a trip we made to St. Loius, Missouri for Thanksgiving. Fred and Glory had all 23 members of the family at their home--beds and people everywhere! We cooked and ate, played games, made crafts, sang songs, and went on walks. It was a glorious time that was repeated. Everybody loved playing games with Glory. She was very competitive so were all challenged to do our best! She loved us and we loved her. I will miss her smile her laughter, her sweet notes throughout the year, her infectious laughter, and her beautiful singing voice. I was blessed to know her and have her a part of our family.

 

Sherri James posted on 8/11/20

I had the pleasure to meet Jim And Dianne when our daughter married his son, Paul. I knew right away that he was a great man. And the more I was around both Jim and Dianne I knew they were some of the good ones. He was a gentle man with impeccable morals and wisdom and loved his family deeply. He was a great father-in-law to Heather and she loved him so much and so did my grandson, Hunter. Paul reminds me so much of Jim in many ways. You left good footprints for him to follow. The world sure could use more great men like him about now. Thank you Jim for being such a good role model for your sons and grandchildren.

 

Andy Buchanan. Nephew posted on 8/10/20

Aunt Glory. Every time I saw her, her confidence, her smile, her laughter, and her love always filled the room. It was always contagious. Our trip to Missouri, my most recent memory of her, sticks out for a couple reasons. One, it ended up being the last time I got to see her, talk with her, laugh with her, and experience the last hugs I would ever get from her. And two, we all had such a blast that whole time we were there. I still think about that trip. Everything was gorgeous... Well, ok, maybe not the condition of the house, or the creepy caretakers, or those huge, filthy, tick-ridden dogs, or the dead goat, but the kayaking, hot tub and swimming pool were good and the land was beautiful! Hahaha! I think everything was pretty wonderful about that trip. I hope she knew that I loved her very much. I'm grateful for every moment I was able to spend with Glory.

 

Amy Puga. Niece posted on 8/10/20

Aunt Glory lit up a room every time she walked in. She had an infectious smile one that will be remembered always. I loved how she would just be in the moment and share with you what was going on. She had a special love for all. I have so many wonderful memories of her but the one that stands out to me the most was when I was 8 1/2 months pregnant with Aiden (her oldest grand nephew). She came to Texas to stay with me while Soor-el was finishing up grad school out of town. It was the best time with her. We cooked together, went on walks and just had a wonderful time chatting about life. I was truly grateful that she could be there with me. Truly special! She was a beautiful lady and one that I was happy to call my aunt. I will miss her more than words can say. She truly made the world a better place. Now heaven has gained an angel that will watch over us always. In love you dearly Aunt Glory!

 

Aiden and Evan Puga, great nephews 13 & 9 posted on 8/10/20

Aunt Glory was the best! She always made us laugh. We remember the fun time we had in Missouri on the farm. She took us down to then lake and watched us fish and swim. We also loved playing games with her especially Mexican Train! She gave the best hugs! We will miss her so much but know that she is always watching over us just like our guardian angel. We love you Aunt Glory!

 

Jean Pete &Peterson posted on 8/10/20

Marnie was a very special person, especially loved by neighbors on the hall where she lived. Funny jokes were read by her from her iPad bringing always needed laughter among us. We send our sincerest condolences and sympathies to her family and friends.

 

 

LOU Heinkel posted on 8/10/20

Oh Nancy how I miss you

 

Charles and Camilla Stambaugh posted on 8/10/20

Jim has been a dear friend since the 1990’s when we met him at Saint John’s Episcopal Church in Jacksonville Florida. There are so many wonderful times and experiences we shared with Jim, and we thought we had more to come. He was a great man and a dear friend and will be sorely missed the rest of our lives. We send our love to his loving wife Dianne and pray that we can be of help to her in someway. Rest in peace, dear Jim.

 

Pat Pope posted on 8/10/20

Dearest Judy, So sorry to learn of the passing of your dad. He was quiet a character, reminiscing and telling stories of the things he and Bert (my husband) use to do while going to school at Mills River. My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.

 

Randall & Lisa Barnett posted on 8/9/20

We enjoyed having Peggy as our neighbor in Asheville. She was always a sweet lady. We've missed her since she moved back to Hendersonville. Glad we came down to visit her several times. My condolence to the family. Especially Wesley. God bless.

 

Jim Sumka posted on 8/9/20

Glory...Your name says it all, Magnificence, Great Beauty, Distinction, Honor, Quality and the Manifestations of God's Strength and Presence in and through Life. You will remain in my Heart Forever. What a truly Great and Amazing Sister...I was So Fortunate. Although You have left us, especially your True Soulmate, Fred, you are Home again and with Dad. You both shared an exclusive bond and I always enjoyed viewing your interactions together. Hopefully one day I will join You. Until such time, I will remember your voice, especially when singing. I always listened carefully to your thoughts. Thank you for your kindness and compassion...just being You! I will also miss the L-G with all of your messages. Enjoy your journey Glory. I Love You! Dei Requiescant in Pace Xxx Ooo, Jim, Erin, JamesE, Niki

 

RHODA APFELBECK posted on 8/8/20

I miss Nancy. She was a special lady and special friend. I admired her relationship with Hal and am happy they are together again. To all the girls and family, my deepest and warmest condolences.

 

 

Brandy Gordon posted on 8/8/20

Thoughts and prayers for all of you. God Bless you all

 

Brandy Gordon posted on 8/8/20

Hey Joe Joe this is brandy a good friend of joeys i am so sorry i did not get to know you better. i have known Joey for a long time he was a good person and funny to be around. he always made you smile if you was having a good day or a bad day. i am going to miss him. So sorry to hear about your loss God Bless you and your family.

 

janet Ciatti posted on 8/7/20

Dearest Vera, You were a good friend that never left my heart. Prayers for you, LJ and all of your loved-ones. We will meet again over the rainbow. Love you, Jana

 

Debbie Smith posted on 8/7/20

Joy I'm so sorry I didn't get to know you but Joe Joe was like a big brother to me I pray you get thru this an I'm praying for all of the family I'm so sorry God Bless you all he was a great friend an he will be so missed

 

Debbie Smith posted on 8/7/20

Joy I'm so sorry I didn't get to know you but Joe Joe was like a big brother to me I pray you get thru this an I'm praying for all of the family I'm so sorry God Bless you all

 

Debbie Smith posted on 8/7/20

Debbie Smith

 

Mary McElrath posted on 8/7/20

Ed just crossed my mind and I looked up his name to find he had passed. I’m so sorry. I knew Ed through his work with GASP in the 90s. I worked at the Buncombe County Health Dept at the time. He was a wonderful man. I remember Charlotte, too. Miss those times working together on the smoking prevention issue. We had fun and I know I learned a lot from working with that group. Ed will be missed. Prayers for peace for Charlotte and the family.

 

Janna Kuehn posted on 8/7/20

I am so very sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Jacqueline Combs posted on 8/6/20

Sam and Mary, I am so very sorry to learn of this tragic loss. Please know you both are in my tender and fervent prayers.

 

 

Susan Shelley posted on 8/6/20

She was a wonderful woman. I loved to hear her tell about her life. I was very bless to know her. I will miss her deeply. I helped take care of her and her husband.

 

Lee Powell posted on 8/6/20

We were so sorry to hear the news of Pete's passing. He was one of a kind! Hope he and our George are reunited & are busy sharing jokes & stories as was there favorite past time here on earth.

 

Angie McGee posted on 8/6/20

Joy my prayers are always with you. I’m so very sorry for this sudden loss. I’m always here whenever you need me. Love to you all.

 

Desiree Bates posted on 8/5/20

Jennifer was a beautiful person inside and out, and I'm honored to have called her my friend. We met through hydrocephalus support groups on Facebook, and cheered each other on through college courses. She was an encourager to her hydrocephalus family, and helped to spread awareness however possible. We never met in person, but always planned to... she was a kindred spirit, and I'm so heartbroken she's gone. My love goes out to her family.

 

Millie Worley, Becky Baddeley and April Smith ~your Messino family posted on 8/5/20

Jennifer, you are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you and will always be here for you!

 

 

Vickie Culberson posted on 8/5/20

Prayers Joy to you and your family!!

 

Inga Fanning posted on 8/5/20

Joy, so sorry to hear of your husband’s s sudden passing. Please know that I’m praying for you and your family during this sorrowful time. I think of you often and will always love you guys. You’ll always have a special place in my heart. Please don’t hesitate to let me know if I can help in any way. Love and blessings, Inga

 

Charlie Curtis posted on 8/5/20

Sorry to learn of Perry's passing. We were fraternity brothers of Sigma Nu fraternity at Ohio University. He was a good guy with a great sense of humor.

 

Elaine Barnes posted on 8/4/20

I will always remember Bobbie for her beautiful smile. My mom was in the same facility as Bobbie, so we saw each other frequently. She brightened the days of staff and residents with her smile and calmness. She had a way of making others feel peaceful. My sympathies go out to Bobbie’s family.

 

Elaine Barnes posted on 8/4/20

Condolences for Bobbie’s Family

 

Sheryl Faith Buchanan posted on 8/4/20

Love you forever cuz

 

 

Eva Craig posted on 8/4/20

Love you always cuz

 

Pat Hilgendorf posted on 8/4/20

I am so sorry that Nancy has left us. May she rest in peace.

 

Mike Barnett posted on 8/4/20

Pete was a great friend to my Dad (Jack). I have fond memories of visiting Pete in Arkansas as a child and always loved hearing Pete's stories from the past, he was a great person and will be missed.

 

Lynn & Larry Collins posted on 8/4/20

Gary, we are so sorry about the loss of your sister. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. We love you!! Lynn & Larry

 

Gayle Collins posted on 8/3/20

Your warm smiles were an inspiration to all residents at The Bridge. We appreciate everything you did for us and will miss you very much

 

Gayle Collins posted on 8/3/20

Your smiles every day at The Bridge have been been an inspiration to all the residents. You were loved and will be missed by all

 

 

Christie Cairnes posted on 8/3/20

YOU were a very bright light in this dim world! Love ya bunches Jessica Hood!

 

caol van Krieken posted on 8/3/20

Sincere condolences to Vera's family and friends. I did not know her well, but she had a sweet disposition, was a pleasure to converse with and always had a sweet smile.

 

 

Frances Larry Gasperson posted on 8/3/20

My deepest condolences to all the Family with Love and Prayer...RIP sweet Angel

 

Martha Gaillard posted on 8/3/20

Lloyd, sorry to hear about your mom. You are in your church family's prayers and thoughts. We love you.

 

 

Lorna Porteus posted on 8/1/20

Vera, you were a bright light for all of us. I will miss hearing your sweet voice. Cookie

 

 

N, Levi Morgan posted on 7/31/20

Thinking of all of you ❤️

 

Clarissa Jones posted on 7/30/20

Jessica was in my CNA class ,she was a friend when no one else was.she was so kind hearted and bubbly. She had a heart of gold.i will miss her and my heart aches for her family I will definitely keep them in my prayers.

 

Nancy T posted on 7/30/20

As we grew up in this small town Jessica was a source of light and love. May her life story echo in these mountains, may her love of life flow in the rivers, may her strength of family grow in our trees. We will remember her!

 

Denise Spencer posted on 7/30/20

I didn't know this beautiful angel. But rip and prayers for comfort to family and friends

 

 

Jessica Creasman posted on 7/30/20

Jessica was an awesome, awe-inspiring, creative, genuine, do-for-others-before-herself, and life-loving woman and she will be unbelievably forever missed! She truly touched the lives of those she encountered. My prayers go out to her children and family!

 

Paula Davies posted on 7/30/20

My beautiful friend , you are with angels now as They look upon your beauty.. we will remind your family of the love you held for them and how you slept in peace and woke in heaven without pain or fear. How blessed we all are to have shared time with you here on earth.

 

Mona posted on 7/30/20

A life gone too soon. You always had a smile for everyone. Such a sweet spirit! Continued prayers for your children and family. RIP Jessica!

 

 

Kathy Solly posted on 7/29/20

Jessica, you are truly missed! I just keep waiting to hear you say, "Hey Sister". I miss you happy spirit and kindness!! Rest in peace my sweet friend!!! ♡♡♡

 

Ranon Parry posted on 7/29/20

Jessica had a heart of gold and was always thinking of others. She never hesitated to help someone out in any way she could. Some of the best times and the biggest laughs I've had were with her. I'll always cherish the memories of dance parties in the living room, walks by the river with our babies, being way too silly in high school and the many many laughs we shared.

 

Whitney Sanders posted on 7/29/20

Jessica was always a joy to be around! She will be missed and we are lifting the family up in prayer.

 

Shana Blankenship (Jackson) posted on 7/29/20

Jessica grew up with so many of us and we are all better for knowing her. She was (and still is) so dearly loved. She was such a joy to know with such a pure and happy heart. She and her brothers had been through so much in their lives and she smiled through it all. We love her. We miss her. She will never be forgotten. My family and I are praying for Josh and the kids as well as Her brothers and all of the extended family and friends.

 

Nancy posted on 7/29/20

We met at Ingles I always enjoyed seeing her and baby bodhi I will miss her

 

 

Anita Brandt posted on 7/29/20

May love be what you remember most~

 

Cody Dodd posted on 7/29/20

Rest in Peace Jess! You will be missed for sure you were such a beautiful soul who impacted many peoples lives. I pray for peace and comfort to Josh and all of the family right now I hope you guys know that were all here for support right now.

 

Mandy Magnet posted on 7/29/20

Such a sweet soul! Such a joy to work with!

 

Misty ingle posted on 7/29/20

My prayers are with her family, such a beautiful woman, inside & out. I can see her rejoicing in Heaven with her mom, dad, Nana, & pops! God Bless her family, especially those babies!

 

Sydney snedegar posted on 7/28/20

Christysorry for the loss of your dad my arms are wrapped around you

 

Kimberly Antoline posted on 7/28/20

Won't forget your forever smile and all the ping pong games at your house while we were growing up! Love ya cuz and peace be with you!

 

Jackie Rathbone posted on 7/27/20

You were more than my sister. You were my best friend. I miss you so very much. I have lots of great memories. 'Til we meet again. I love you very much. Love, Jackie

 

Heather, David, Quinn and Ella Boeke posted on 7/27/20

We are so sorry for this loss to your family and our community. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Stephanie Darnell posted on 7/27/20

Mary, I am so sorry for the loss of your son. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Lenore Bonessi posted on 7/26/20

I will always have the memories of the wonderful times we had with our Heatherwood friends,

 

Billy willingham posted on 7/25/20

I enjoyed working with Mark for 34 years. We had many long days & good times. He will be greatly missed. You & your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I know what a tough time this is, but the Good Lord will get you thru it.

 

Rob and Trudy Dulmage posted on 7/25/20

Sam and Mary Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.

 

Judy Solitario posted on 7/25/20

You are an extraordinary woman and friend Nancy (emphasis on the are). While we do not have the pleasure of your company and will miss you greatly, I know that you are far better off, in much better place with our Lord Jesus.

 

 

Kimberly Carland posted on 7/25/20

Thoughts and prayers for you all!

 

Peggy & Clay Denny posted on 7/24/20

Our Deepest Sympathy to the family! Shalon and Shauna are two beautiful daughters that he cherished and loved. May God Bless you and Comfort you during this difficult time. I feel privileged to have met your father!

 

PAULA A ALMOND posted on 7/24/20

I just saw where Dianne passed away. My prayers go out to the family. Dianne was an awesome person. She was my boss at BCC when she worked there. I enjoyed her as a boss and friend. My heart is really sad today in the loss of an awesome lady.

 

Anne M. Evans posted on 7/23/20

Sam and Mary, I have no words, but only the deepest of thoughts and prayers. Anne M. Evans

 

Michelle posted on 7/23/20

My condolences go out to the entire family. Although I have not had the pleasure of meeting Mark, his daughter my friend and colleague is the way she is due to her upbringing. Thank you Mark for life, the light you brought to your family. Thank you for serving as well.

 

Tommy Harper posted on 7/23/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. Ray had made an impact on whoever he met. I know my 3 boys loved him very much. He will be greatly missed. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Gary and Mary Burrell posted on 7/22/20

Dear Sally and family , We are so sorry for your loss . Ray was a bright spot in our church and a good friend . We will greatly miss him , his laughter and his jokes . Praying for Gods peace for you all at this time . Love , Gary and Mary Burrell

 

Brian Beasley RN posted on 7/22/20

Marks family is in my thoughts. I enjoyed meeting Mark and his wife at the infusion center. There is a space no one else can feel.

 

 

Leeann Zimmerman posted on 7/22/20

Doris was a beautiful soul, she will be missed. My prayers are with the family in your time of grief

 

Deborah Fox posted on 7/22/20

Wow, I am shocked!!! What happened? I am so very sorry for your loss! What a shock! If I can do anything for you, let me know.

 

Sherri & Roger White posted on 7/22/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. Doris was a wonderful person & will be missed so very much.

 

Kim Pigott posted on 7/22/20

My deepest condolences to everyone. RIP Raymond. Hugs and Love to everyone.

 

Kim Maxwell posted on 7/22/20

Rest well dear Doris! I am grateful to be one of the many lives and hearts you touched on your journey. Your generous, kind, and tenacious spirit made a difference in this world. My deepest sympathy to Henry, Rebecca, Heather, and Christopher and all the family. How very blessed to known and loved her!

 

 

Barbara A Huntley posted on 7/22/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. She was loved by many.

 

Becky Harden posted on 7/22/20

Sam, You may not remember me but I worked at the front desk at your dental office, Dr.Olson. My name is Becky Harden. Prayers are being lifted up for you and your family. May God in His grace and mercy keep you close in His loving arms. We girls always cared for you, you were a very special patient of ours.

 

Bill and Ava Michael Shaver posted on 7/22/20

Doris was a dear friend throughout school, church, and as a bride's maid at our wedding. Bill and I have many treasured memories of her. She was a wonderful and accomplished person, and she will be missed. Our love and prayers are with Henry and her wonderful family.

 

Patricia Lowe Reece posted on 7/22/20

Goodby sweet cousin, friend and fellow genealogy seeker. Our "cousin time" last summer will forever be the highlight of 2019. You will now have the pleasure of meeting all of those people that make up our charts. But the greatest pleasure of all will be meeting your (and mine) Savior ... face to face. Condolences to all of your family; Henry, Heather, Christopher, Rebecca and the Grandchildren.

 

Patricia Lowe Reece posted on 7/22/20

Doris was a cousin, a friend and a fellow genealogy chaser. Our memory of time spent together last summer in our "cousin reunion" will forever be the highlight of our summer of 2019. She will be missed and forever cherished. Love felt condolences to Henry, Heather, Christopher, Rebecca and all of the Grandchildren.

 

Minnie Moody Miller posted on 7/21/20

I was fortunate to grow up with Doris in school and in church in Mountain City, TN. I and the 1960 graduating class of Johnson County High School will miss her terribly when we have our reunions. I Don’t think Doris ever missed on in all these years. Our thoughts and prayers are with Henry and her family during thi time.

 

Gerry & Kathy Sherman posted on 7/21/20

We are so sorry for your loss ,Our prayers to all the Family.

 

Kathy Courtright posted on 7/21/20

Doris, my friend, mentor, encourager, and partner in ministry. We are truly going to miss you, but are so happy for you, knowing that you rejoice in the Lord your Savior. May the Lord give comfort and peace to all your family and friends!!

 

 

Chris Bourne posted on 7/21/20

Doris was a wonderful person with a beautiful spirit. She was easy to know and to love. She was always so kind to me. I know she is doing what she lived her whole life in preparation for....enjoy heaven Doris and be at rest. You will be missed.

 

Rod & Lori Brandt posted on 7/21/20

Our sister in Christ, you are dearly loved and dearly missed. We will see you in heaven.

 

 

Carolyn P Smith posted on 7/21/20

Thank you Doris for a wonderful friendship. I will miss you terribly but find peace in knowing that you are out of pain in the arms of Jesus.

 

Mary Pat McDonald posted on 7/21/20

I remember the sweet young Sam in my Kindergarten Class. Your family is in my prayers. May God help you through this difficult time.

 

 

MELODY JONES posted on 7/21/20

She was a precious soul! Welcomed me into the family in 1980 when I married her nephew Danny Lookadoo! Always made me feel like her family! I will miss our messenger talks! RIP Aunt Doris until we meet again!

 

David Scott posted on 7/20/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Dave & Jodi Scott

 

Bernie Conlon posted on 7/20/20

Ray and his brothers and sisters did grow up in Germfask, MI, my hometown. My condolences to you all. RIP Ray.

 

Betty (Rutherford) Luukkonen posted on 7/20/20

So sorry for your loss!

 

Scot and Kari Love posted on 7/20/20

We are so sorry for the loss in Burns/Miller family. We have so appreciated Ray as our neighbor and friend. We love you all and are praying for you.

 

Doris & Mark Engel posted on 7/20/20

Our deepest condolences to Salley and the entire family in the loss of Ray. I will always remember him for that smile of his! Rest In Peace Ray, you will be forever loved and always missed. We love you all.

 

Rebekah Carson posted on 7/20/20

I am praying for the Lord’s deep comfort for each of you! With heartfelt sympathy, Rebekah Carson

 

Mary posted on 7/19/20

So sorry for your loss ray was an outstanding guy we will miss him Dearly love randy mary and Christopher

 

Christopher randy mary posted on 7/19/20

So sorry for your loss ray was an outstanding guy fun too be around we will miss him dearly

 

Chris,Petra,Jessy and Chris jr posted on 7/19/20

We are very sorry to hear about your loss

 

Sarah Thibodeau posted on 7/19/20

Mary and Sam, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. God be with you, Sarah and Evans Thibodeau

 

Melynda Moss posted on 7/18/20

Sam and Mary I’m truly heartbroken for your loss. Wishing you peace to bring comfort courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your heart

 

Mary G. Jordan posted on 7/18/20

Our hearts are broken for you. Our love to you, Mary G. Jordan and family

 

Mary G. Jordan posted on 7/18/20

Our hearts are broken for you. With our love, Mary G. Jordan and family

 

Rochelle Nix Ward posted on 7/18/20

Will miss you Charlie Pride. AKA my oldest brother. I know you are not suffering now. But you will always be a part of our family. I love you big brother. Shelle

 

Mike Hansen posted on 7/18/20

Sam, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Janet Jones posted on 7/18/20

Sam and Mary, we are so sorry for your loss and send our deepest condolences at this sad time. Dick & Tilley

 

Gerry Emery posted on 7/18/20

Chris was much more than a brother in law, he was more like a flesh and blood brother to me. We shared so many interests and I looked forward to every chance I had to have a conversation with him. I cried when I heard he had passed. He was way too young, but apparently God needed him for a project in heaven.

 

Lisa Brewer posted on 7/18/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Sam from when he and my daughter Anna were friends in elementary and middle school. There are no words that can convey my sorrow for you, but I have thought of you throughout today and yesterday. I know that I can't ease your pain at this time, but please know that you and Sam are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Rick Gundersen posted on 7/18/20

So sorry to hear about Charlie. My wife and I have known him for a long time. So sad

 

Harriet E McDonald posted on 7/17/20

Mary, I am so very sorry and am saddened to hear about the loss of your son. I remember the summer of 1999 when you were expecting him and we would sit and talk at Dark Branch. God Bless you and your family.

 

Lynda Gaillard Clark posted on 7/17/20

Sam and Mary, I am so sorry for your loss. I have no adequate words. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I too remember the birth of that sweet child.

 

Donna Fahy posted on 7/17/20

Sam and Mary so sorry for your loss. I remember well how much we enjoyed being entertained by the stories of the escapades of little Sam. May God give you comfort during this time.

 

Cora Hammond posted on 7/17/20

I'm so very saddened to hear of Samuel's passing. He was always so sweet when yall would come visit mary at sunnybrook. I am praying for you guys if yall need anything please let me know.

 

Parker Lindsay posted on 7/17/20

Am so very sorry for the great loss of your Beloved son.Lifting your family up in prayer.Sincerely,Parker Sherman Lindsay

 

Clay and Wynelle Thompson posted on 7/17/20

I remember the first time we met Lil Sam. You had just recently moved here. A Laurel Park worker was digging for a broken pipe under our mail-box. Sam was just a little guy who wanted to play in the dirt. How time goes so quickly. We have watched him grow into a handsome young man. The sadness is beyond expression. Our family is praying for you.

 

Stephanie Hall posted on 7/17/20

So sad to hear this. Sam was such a sweet boy when he was at HES. You and your family are in my continued prayers.

 

Corum Smith and family posted on 7/17/20

Our hearts go out to you all during this difficult time. The loss of Charlie is felt by many. His warm personality and many contributions to our community will be remembered by all that knew him. Both of Charlie's daughters went to Balfour and we appreciated all of his support over the years. He was a strong supporter of Henderson County Parks & Recreation and leaves a legacy there as well due to his continuous efforts to improve and expand the park system. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Anita Brandt posted on 7/17/20

Sending love, light, and comfort to your family.

 

Lauren Ensley posted on 7/16/20

I am so incredibly sorry for your loss! I remember you guys coming into the pharmacy and little Sam and Wanda picking on Mrs. Smitherman's cooking abilities. My heart aches for your family. I will be praying for you!

 

Gail Laughter posted on 7/16/20

Butch was a special man and we know how much he loved Doris and Rodney, he will be missed, our thoughts and prayers are with you , God bless Bud & Gail Laughter

 

Greg & Kim Wilkie posted on 7/16/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Butch was a wonderful man and a great neighbor. He will be sorely missed on Terry's Gap.

 

Mikayla Whaley posted on 7/16/20

I am so very sorry to have just learned of Charlie passing, I'm still in shock, Janet having just told me this evening at his store. He was a stand up guy, not just a store owner, when my mother health failed about 5 years ago, I was unable to work, on several occasions he loaned me money, he was a real decent guy and a friend, I will miss him, prayers to his family and friends.

 

Devin Washington posted on 7/15/20

Sending my condolences on behalf of everyone at Dearybury Oil & Gas Inc. It has been a pleasure doing business with Charlie over the years. I know he’s in heaven smiling down on everyone. Many blessings to his family.

 

Mona, Lily and Lana posted on 7/15/20

Our most sincere condolences to your family. Charlie was a wonderful neighbor and friend. He always greeted my kids and I with a smile a d he will be greatly missed. Our hearts go with you.

 

Avalina Merrill posted on 7/15/20

Butch always had a kind word and smile and was jolly. I never heard him complain about his health or life’s situation. His love for God, his family and country were evident. Doris and Rodney I know you’ll always miss Butch but I also know you find comfort and peace knowing he’s in God’s eternal presence and we will see him again in a glorified body which will be free of pain and death. Rodney your Dad left a great Christian heritage for you to follow. Donnie and I extend to the families our sincere heartfelt sympathy. Love to all of you.

 

 

David @Diane Turner posted on 7/15/20

So sorry for your loss...May God Bless the Family and Sending You Prayers

 

Angela P Zein posted on 7/15/20

My condolences to you Sheila, the girls and grandchildren. Uplifting your family in prayer and healing. Charlie is with our wonderful Heavenly Father with his wings wrapped around you tightly. I love you all.

 

Lynn Lackey posted on 7/15/20

I'm so sorry for this huge loss of our county servant, Charlie. He was a wonderful man who only thought of best for the people of Henderson County. He will leave a void that will be hard to fill. My heart is with all his family. God bless you all.

 

Brooks & Lisa Stepp posted on 7/14/20

We were so sorry to hear about Charlie. He was a friend to everyone & always had time to chat. Our thoughts & prayers are with the family. We were blessed to have known him & he will surely be missed.

 

Mike Lawing posted on 7/14/20

Oh Charlie, So Sad To Hear The News Of Your Passing...I Pray God Be With Your Beloved Family. I Just Received The News. I'll Never Forget Our "River Fishing" Trips & Golf Match-Ups ! Rest In Peace My Old Pal ! You Will Be Missed.

 

Christy posted on 7/14/20

I am so saddened to hear of Charlie’s passing! After moving to the area, and since, he’d been so kind and helpful! I am grateful our paths crossed and for the good work he’s done in the county! An all around good guy! My prayers are with you all who are grieving this incredible loss!

 

Kathy Watkins posted on 7/14/20

Sheila and family, we are so sorry to hear Charlie's gone! He was such a great man and a great asset to the community. Eddie loved his dealings with Charlie and we love your family! Praying for your peace. Eddie and Kathy Watkins

 

Ashley Arguelles posted on 7/14/20

My deepest sympathies during your time of loss, my prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. It was always a joy to see Charlie and hear his jokes.

 

Jane Bilello posted on 7/14/20

Charlie will always be remembered as a pillar of our community. We will always be indebted to the many contributions he made to make Henderson County such a great place to live. Rest in peace.

 

David Pate posted on 7/14/20

What a great friend and neighbor, Charlie was all that and then some. always ready to help when you need it. Going to miss picking at him at the store. we had a lot of fun times going back and forth at each other. What a day that will be when we meet again at the feet of Jesus. Prayers for the family. we love you all. David and Glenda Pate.

 

Johnny Barnett posted on 7/14/20

Grew up in the Mills River Community with Charlie. Twelve years of school together. What a great friend. He will be missed greatly.

 

H.E. and Nellie Wilkie posted on 7/14/20

Sheila, our hearts go out to the loss you are facing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God strengthen and comfort you as only He can. We love you.

 

Jerry VeHaun, Mayor of the Town of Woodfin posted on 7/13/20

i was saddened to hear about Charlie. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this difficult time.

 

Trish pittillo posted on 7/13/20

My deepest sympathy and prayers to the family.e.c. was a lifelong family friend and although we hadn't been in contact in recent yrs he was in my heart and mind.He was such a awesome man...May he rest in peace.i KNOW hes dancing in heaven.

 

 

Linda Cowan posted on 7/13/20

May you rest in peace with your lovely wife!

 

Angela Reece posted on 7/13/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Messer family and friends during this difficult time. Commissioner Messer will be missed. - City of Hendersonville

 

Shane Baldwin posted on 7/13/20

See you soon roo.

 

Shane Baldwin posted on 7/13/20

Charlie was always fun and full of life.I have many great memories of the things we did together.I am most thankful for him taking care of sister Shelia and their kids and grand children.He had a tremendous work ethic and Henderson County citizens could see that in his time as a commissioner.He will be missed but never forgotten.I love all the family.

 

Bobby, Ashley and Barrett Branks posted on 7/13/20

Sheila, Shauna and Mark, Shalon and Travis~ words cannot describe how sorry we are for your loss. Charlie was such a wonderful man and will truly be missed!! Prayers for God’s peace and comfort to all of you! If we can do anything please let us know.

 

Jan Sherlock McIntosh posted on 7/12/20

Sheila and family,. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Charlie and I worked together for a number of years on the Planning Board and also when he was on Fletcher Town Council. He was always a kind & considerate man who wanted to make it better for everyone! I will miss him. Rest in peace Charlie!

 

Nick Fowler posted on 7/12/20

Sheila and family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Charlie. I have many fond memories growing up on the creek, seeing him around town, and in the store. He always had a contagious smile, and his sense of love for our county was evident in his diligent service. We will miss him and will be praying for you all during this time.

 

 

Sam Worley posted on 7/12/20

Rest in peace my friend

 

Deborah Hicks posted on 7/12/20

Charlie was always someone that took an interest in community. He was a champion for the Etowah Lions, the park and numerous projects throughout the years to improve things for the children and the community. He will be missed by the Etowah Lions Club.

 

Gary and Michelle Carter posted on 7/12/20

Dear sweet Sheila, girls and whole family we were so taken back with learning of Charlie's passing. He's safe with our Lord. Praise God! However we know your hearts are heavy. Please know we love each of you dearly and have fond memories. We remember you in prayer without ceasing. We love you.

 

Cheryl Coren posted on 7/12/20

So sorry for your loss. Charlie was a good man and I know he will be greatly missed. Love and Prayers.

 

Elaine Eye Bishop posted on 7/12/20

Shalon, I’m very sorry for your loss of your dad. Prayers for your family.

 

Elaine Eye Bishop posted on 7/12/20

Shalon, I’m so sorry for your loss of your dad. Prayers for your family. Elaine Eye Bishop

 

Steve and Andrea Trantham posted on 7/12/20

Sheila, Shalon, Shauna, and family, We are so heartbroken for you all. Charlie was a wonderful man and we know that you were all his pride and joy. You were all very blessed to have him! This community has suffered a great loss. Charlie put his heart into his work for Henderson County and that made him a very respected public servant. He will be sorely missed. Please know that you will all be in our prayers, and if we can help in any way we will be glad to. May God bless you and comfort you as only He can. Steve and Andi

 

Steve and Andrea Trantham posted on 7/12/20

Sheila and family, We are so heartbroken for you all. Charlie was a wonderful person and we know that you were all his pride and joy! We also know that our community is grieving this loss as well. Please know that you are all in our prayers, and we will never forget what a wonderful man that God blessed you with! Steve and Andi

 

Tom and Angie Beeker posted on 7/12/20

We always thought highly of Charlie. Prayers for the family.

 

Bryon and Marilyn Connor posted on 7/11/20

Our hearts go out to the family for the great loss you are facing, You are in our thoughts and our prayers. He was a great man with a heart of gold and a ready smile. He will be greatly missed! R.I.P. Charlie...

 

 

Ralph & Sharon Lipe posted on 7/11/20

We are so sorry for your loss. May God's grace be with you all.

 

Jason Amanda Addi and Camden posted on 7/11/20

We found a friend in Charlie the day our family walked into that gas station...as new residents to Livingston Farms it was such a comfort having such a welcome place for us to share a laugh and gossip. My daughter recently told Charlie and me that that GMC he drove stood for “good morning Charlie”. We sure will miss telling him good morning. Thank you for sharing him with the rest of us. You’re in our prayers. And Charlie.... we will see you in the morning

 

Julian davis posted on 7/11/20

Charlie will be truly missed he was one of a kind he was one of the best man I've ever known

 

Ronnie Beale Macon Co. Commissioiner posted on 7/11/20

Sheila and Family I am so sorry for your loss and the loss of a true community leader and a wonderful friend I will always cherish the many hours and days I got to spend with Charlie across the state.I can speak for County Commissioners across this state we have lost a true friend. In our prayers

 

Joe and Pat Dotson posted on 7/11/20

Charlie was a wonderful man. Will miss our visits at the store.

 

Joe(Pat) Dotson posted on 7/11/20

Charlie was a wonderful man. Will miss our visits at the store. Praying for all.

 

Donnie and Avalina Merrill posted on 7/11/20

We were privileged to have Charlie and Shelia Messer as neighbors. Charlie had a great love for Hoopers Creek community and it’s people. Charlie’s on the Creek serves the community not only as a convenience store but also for the center of community news. Charlie enjoyed telling customers about his family and as any loving grandparent does proudly told about his grandchildren’s accomplishments. As a County Commissioner Charlie had a genuine love for Henderson County and its citizens and proudly served as a County Commissioner for 20 years. Charlie advocated for Henderson County employees in various issues and wanted to make sure all of them had equal opportunities and rights. God chose to take Charlie from us at an early age but we will see him again someday in Heaven. To Shelia, Shalon and Shawna and your families, may you find comfort in God’s peace and grace during this time of sorrow and grief. Thinking of you and praying.

 

Duane James posted on 7/11/20

Sheila and family, So sorry for your great loss. We will be praying for the comfort and peace of God to envelop your family through the coming months. Blessings.

 

Jimm Bunch posted on 7/11/20

I will always remember Charlie as one who cared passionately for our community and was willing to be a friend to anyone. There was never a time when I needed his counsel when he was unavailable. He will definitely be missed and leaves a hole in our community.

 

Jimm Bunch posted on 7/11/20

I will always remember Charlie as someone who cared passionately for our community and in particular those who needed a friend.There was never a time when I needed his counsel and he was unavailable.

 

Shanel Edwards posted on 7/11/20

Our family was richly blessed by having Charlie as a member for 46 years. He loved my sister and his family well. He served our community well. He served our Lord well. Now, Charlie, it is time to rest and be rewarded. I love you, Sheila, the girls, the grands, and T & Mark. ❤️

 

 

Chad Camby posted on 7/9/20

Gene, you are at home now. You will be missed by all your family and friends. God bless you my friend.

 

Lisa Hackett posted on 7/9/20

Mom, I have no words to express how much we loved you and how much we all will miss you! You were the best and will be in our hearts forever.

 

 

Missy posted on 7/8/20

Psalm 34:18. The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

 

allison hackett posted on 7/8/20

My grandma will be missed so much by me and the rest of her family and friends. She was an amazing woman and an even better grandma to me and my little brother. She loved us so much and it always showed in her words and her actions. I’ll cherish every moment I had with her.

 

 

Dakotah posted on 7/8/20

I will miss you aunt Marlene. Always making everyone have a good laugh, and enjoying your puzzles. Love you.

 

 

Missy posted on 7/8/20

I Will Always Love You Mar (my 2nd mom) in my heart forever. Lisa and Craig I'm so so sorry I love you guys as well. Miss you being peace now. Psalm 34:18. The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

 

Barbara Case Blaine posted on 7/8/20

Gene personified kindness. Certainly, his many acts of kindness to co-workers and others during his tenure with the Henderson County Public Schools will long be remembered. May God comfort Gene's beloved family.

 

Walt Corbin posted on 7/8/20

You will be missed Gene.

 

Luke posted on 7/8/20

I knew Gene from working with him through our school system. He was always kind, patient, and helpful in so many ways. He and his family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Sadie Cairnes posted on 7/5/20

God Bless this family whom Gene loved so much my prayers are with you all.

 

Sadie cairnes posted on 7/5/20

Sure going to miss Gene he was such a good person and friend loved talking and working with him. He will always be in my thoughts .

 

Tammy Summey posted on 7/5/20

We will miss you Gene. Prayers to the family.

 

Brenda and Sitton Allison posted on 7/4/20

Rosa we are so sorry for your loss. We did not know Randy well but we knew he was a fine man. We're here if you need us

 

 

Eve justice posted on 7/3/20

Gene I love you and will miss you dearly. I always valued your thoughts and opinions. Until we meet again . I love you

 

 

Marilyn Hoxit posted on 7/3/20

I`m gonna miss you ,but will see you again one day.Love you Forever Gene.

 

Noel Watts posted on 7/3/20

Rosa and family, Randy and your family go back a long. long time when Randy and I coached our two son's baseball team in Mills River. Please know that we love you all and will be keeping you in our prayers during this time. Randy was a really good man.

 

David and Ramona posted on 7/3/20

Gary our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Gail Case posted on 7/3/20

Gary our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family . David Gail Shirley

 

Gary & Lisa Burrell posted on 7/2/20

You all are in our thoughts and prayers, if you need anything, please let us know. We love you all

 

 

Gary & Lisa Burrell posted on 7/2/20

He was a special person, and loved his family very much.... He will be missed

 

Mack smith posted on 7/2/20

Rosa I’m sorry for your loss wish I had visited y’all more

 

 

Johnny Smith (Andy) posted on 7/2/20

I am thankful that he raised me for many years of my childhood, and he took us to Carowinds and ghost town. He even laughed when I was in the pool, I had my casts on and Donna and Janet Baldwin threw me into the pool that was a great memory of mine. I love you dad for giving me the childhood I had and I truly appreciate it so much

 

Amy Evans Friedenberg posted on 7/2/20

So sorry for your lost Randy was a sweet and caring person he will be missed by all his family praying for y'all.

 

Amy Evans Friedenberg posted on 7/2/20

So sorry for your lost Randy was always a sweet and caring person he will be missed praying for the family

 

Sean Brenning posted on 7/1/20

Always of strength, perseverance, and presence, your stoic personality and choice of humor in the face of pain live on, Influencing many more people, including me deeper then you may have known. Thank you for you always Lynnie, love you and all the Keans I've been blessed to know and love! RIH Pops. You will be missed, never forgotten.

 

Tina Pace posted on 6/30/20

So sorry for your loss. May he rest in piece. With much love and prayers to Anita, Phyllis ,Greg, Stephen.

 

Cindy Brown posted on 6/30/20

Gary, Michelle and Family, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. David and Cindy

 

Betty Holbert posted on 6/30/20

Gary I’m so sorry about your Mom. She has always been a great sister whom we all loved so dearly. We will miss her & love her forever!!!

 

Yvonne, Ricky and family Ireland. posted on 6/29/20

Pastor Seok Yang, Myeong Sook and all the family. Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved mom RIP. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless.

 

Linda Dolan posted on 6/28/20

So sorry for this unexpected loss - praying you will be comforted by God's grace as you grieve.

 

Susan Phillis posted on 6/26/20

Mr. and Mrs. Reece and Isaiah and Anna, I’m sorry for your loss. Praying for you at this time.

 

Ed and Kay Hoglen posted on 6/26/20

Chung and Earl--Sending our love, peace and blessings during this time of loss. Rejoicing that your mother is in the presence of our loving Heavenly Father.

 

Dennis and Susan Griffin posted on 6/25/20

Thinking of and Praying for the family Sam..We loved John and love you!! DENNIS AND SUSAN GRIFFIN..

 

Bernadette O’Brien posted on 6/25/20

Ongoing prayers for you, Joy. I am so very sorry for your tremendous loss.

 

Tina Brady posted on 6/25/20

So sorry uncle Lynn was such a loving man & kind soul. We always loved when he would play the guitar & sing to us as kids. We love you

 

Sandi/ Dr. Love posted on 6/25/20

To Joy, Zoe and Aubrey, Dr. Love and I are so very sorry for your loss. He was an amazing husband and father. God has called him home but he will be watching over you every minute. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Diana Russell posted on 6/25/20

We will miss Chris so much. I cherish the day we all got together and had pizza. I wish we could’ve got to spend more time with him. He was the sweetest, kindest, most loving husband, father and friend. We will see you again, Chris, although the waiting will be hard. Joy, Aubrey, Zoe; we love you so much. We’re here whenever you need us. Always.

 

 

Rebecca Duncan posted on 6/25/20

All of the fun homeschooling, girl scout & 4H field trips.... through the years you were able to attend with your family <3. Our family will miss you Chris!

 

Chris Shewfelt posted on 6/24/20

My thoughts and prayers for you all. Chris will always be in our hearts and minds.

 

Micheline VanDenburgh posted on 6/24/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you, Zoe, Aubrey and your family at this sad time.

 

Heidi Strouth posted on 6/24/20

Dear joyous , my heart and love to you and family. Chris was a wonderful, compassionate, funny, happy, and kind man! Heaven gets an amazing angel. With love and condolences! The Strouth family

 

Heidi Strouth posted on 6/24/20

My heart and prayers go out to you and your beautiful family! Remembering so many fun times with you and Chris. What a kind, humorous and loving man. My deepest condolences dear Joyous! Love you and many hugs!

 

Deborah M. posted on 6/24/20

Joy, Aubrey and Zoe, I love y'all so much and cannot imagine your unit without your precious husband and dad. He and Aubrey always put a smile on my face at Aldi. I loved hearing about his latest creative exploits. I am so incredibly sad for your loss, but grateful you know where he is and you will see him again. Please call on me anytime for anything. May our Abba Father wrap you in His love and comfort in your grief.

 

Karl & Beth Lutz posted on 6/24/20

Lynnie was one of the best guys around. I can say it was a pleasure to know him. RIP my friend. Prayer to his Family and friends that will miss Lynnie dearly.

 

Lou Cromie posted on 6/24/20

Thinking of you all during this difficult time, with love from Scotland x

 

Sherrie Huffman posted on 6/24/20

I worked with Doc Betty in Polk County, and she then became my therapist. She was a smart, compassionate woman and she helped me greatly. I will miss her. I am glad that our paths crossed in this lifetime.

 

Tonya Whittredge posted on 6/24/20

Lynnie was such a good guy - always had such a warm smile! He once complimented my cooking by saying it would “make a rabbit slap a dog.” Such good memories, he will truly be missed.

 

The Frierson Family posted on 6/24/20

Chris was one of the most kind and caring men, always showing compassion to others. You are in our prayers.

 

Jacki Tatsch posted on 6/24/20

My most deepest condolences on your loss... keeping you all close in thought and prayer. Sending lots of love.

 

Madeline Shanahan posted on 6/23/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you Joy, Zoe, and Aubrey. John 16:22

 

CHUCK KUESTER posted on 6/23/20

Gonna miss those coffee dates with Chris, Joy, Zoe and “A Man”. I never felt more connected than those times. Love y’all-let’s stay close.

 

 

Darlene & Chuck Justus posted on 6/23/20

Lynnie, Rest in Heaven you will be deeply missed by all. #1 mechanic I’m the world.!!!!

 

BJ Strouth posted on 6/23/20

Chris was always a shining light in our world. We were lucky to be his friends. Our times together were too few, but they were always fun and memorable. Praying for peace and happiness within your memories of Chris. Love always from your South Dakota family. BJ Strouth

 

Janis Tull Williams posted on 6/23/20

You have my deepest sympathies. Hugs.

 

Emily Winslett posted on 6/23/20

Joy, A and Z you three continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.. Sending love and virtual hugs to y'all.

 

Heidi Jablonski posted on 6/23/20

Jamie & I send our deepest condolences! Lynnie was always a funny, outgoing person who is dearly missed. Our thoughts & prayers go out to the family.

 

Lola Emery posted on 6/23/20

Joy, I lost my husband on March 24th - just two years ago. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today. I just feel bad that we lived so far apart and could not see each other. Enjoyed keeping in touch and seeing pictures of your family with Facebook.

 

Rosa Moss posted on 6/23/20

Thinking of you during this difficult time.

 

 

Vanessa Child posted on 6/23/20

Joy, Aubrey and Zoe....my heart hurts for you all! Know to ur SoDak family loves you and is thinking of you!

 

 

Vanessa Child posted on 6/23/20

Joy, Aubrey and Zoe....my heart hurts for you all! A mans Fellow PWS buddy

 

Amy Huether posted on 6/23/20

So sorry for your loss. I have you all in my prayers for comfort and strength during this difficult time. Hugs from New Underwood!

 

Carolyn Blatt posted on 6/23/20

I enjoyed getting together for coffee or ice cream. Such a wonderful man & father. You will be greatly missed

 

Keri Kilgore posted on 6/23/20

Joy, Aubrey and Zoe, I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Praying for comfort and strength for all of you. Revelation 21:4

 

Nicole Ashton posted on 6/23/20

Joy, Zoe, and Aubrey you are all in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss. Hugs to all of you.

 

Stacy Dreitner posted on 6/23/20

Joy, Aubrey and Zoe you are all on my thoughts and prayers. May God wrap you in his loving embrace and comfort you.

 

 

Andrea Johnson Beck posted on 6/23/20

Love & Prayers!

 

Meagan Hemphill posted on 6/23/20

I will never forget meeting Aubrey with Chris the first time at the salon. I loved how he loved Aubrey, Zoe and you, mrs Joy. I am so saddened by your loss and am praying and sending lots of love from Florida. Peace and comfort, to your family!

 

Toni Hellman posted on 6/23/20

Joy, Aubrey, and Zoe - I'm so sorry for the loss of your husband and dad. My prayers are with you.

 

Danette posted on 6/23/20

Joy, Aubrey and Zoe....my heart hurts for you all! Know to ur SoDak family loves you and is thinking of you!

 

Karolyn Koppinger posted on 6/22/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and may your memories bring you peace.

 

 

ANGIE WANDLER posted on 6/21/20

To all of you, my regrets, and thoughts of a pleasant man, always smiling.

 

 

ANGIE WANDLER posted on 6/21/20

To all of you, my pleasant thoughts of a man smiling, always.

 

Ruthie woodruff posted on 6/21/20

Joe work for me at the Blue Ridge Mall for 3 yrs. Great man always helping coming in early working late very kind man always respected others and love talking about God and tells stories of God's love for you and others. He will be missed by many..

 

JC and Cynthia Williams posted on 6/20/20

June and family we are so sorry to hear of your sweet husband and fathers' passing .The memories of your sweet family at the Balfour Methodist Church were some of my favorite memories along with work at KC. Our love

 

 

Sandi Russell posted on 6/20/20

Sue my heart is broken for you and your family. I treasure my time spent with you both and our wonderful meals and conversations! Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. If there is anything that I can do please please call me if nothing but to talk❤️you and Mitch are part of my North Carolina family and I was so looking forward to rocking on that new front porch drinking coffee and visiting❤️ May Gods healing hands hold your broken heart and his loving arms comfort you . Much love Twisted Sandi ☕️

 

Todd Hayden "Buttshot" posted on 6/19/20

So sorry for your loss. Tony was a great man . Lots of great memories. You guys are in my prayers.

 

Kim Stepp Shepherd & family posted on 6/18/20

Tony was a great respected, loving, funny, kind gentleman that meant so much to so many. One of the greatest men we had the pleasure of knowing. We all will miss him terribly, especially at the Hunting Camp. Joey had the best time on a fishing trip with him this past March & will treasure those memories made always. He has been one of the best friends' to my daddy for many years & he always made sure he came to see him when he was sick & called to check on him. Praying for you June & your entire family. You all have been on our minds & in our hearts. This world will not be the same without T-Bone in it! Much Love & hugs to you all!

 

Sam McGuirt posted on 6/18/20

Tony was pleasure to work with at Duke Power Company.

 

Melanie Pace posted on 6/18/20

I am praying for the family. I am so sorry for your loss. Tony was a great man.

 

Yvonne DeGraw posted on 6/18/20

Angie, June, and family. My since condolences. He was always such a special friend. Prayers and love to all of you.

 

Mable Clayton posted on 6/17/20

Angela, I am Lisa’s mom, I am so sorry to hear about your Dad’s death. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time.

 

Donna Hoots posted on 6/17/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the McCrary family during this difficult time. May peace & comfort be with you all. Gene & Donna Hoots

 

Donna Hoots posted on 6/17/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out the McCrary during this difficult time. May peace and comfort be with you all. Gene & Donna Hoots

 

Donna Hoots posted on 6/17/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the. McCrary family during this difficult time. May peace and comfort be with you all. Gene & Donna Hoots

 

James Banther posted on 6/17/20

Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for the family.

 

Lisa Buckner posted on 6/17/20

Angela and family. So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Wishing you peace and comfort from many, many memories.

 

Ernie & Diana Dermid posted on 6/17/20

June and family, so very sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Worked with him at Duke and he was a great guy. Praying for you all.

 

Maryann Callies posted on 6/17/20

Doris & Wayne Cole were our special and enjoyable neighbors for many years on Lakewood Circle. I will always remember and treasure her friendship.

 

 

Aline and Wayne Buckner posted on 6/17/20

Sorry for your family loss,he was a great man who raised great bunch kids

 

Melissa Bradburn posted on 6/17/20

A quiet man with a kind heart!

 

David cook posted on 6/17/20

So sorry for the family. I loved being around him!

 

Edith Bayne posted on 6/17/20

June ....So sorry. Prayers for you and the family. Hold tight to those wonderful memories of Tony.

 

Shirley Drake posted on 6/17/20

Thinking of all of you and holding you close inside my heart .

 

Lisa Sprinkle posted on 6/17/20

So sorry to hear of your loss. Love hearing about the fun times of the McCrary family. Your family bond is very special.

 

Barbara Kelley posted on 6/17/20

Christy, we are so sorry for your father’s passing. Our prayers are with you and your family. We love you! Barbara and Peggy

 

Jim & Sheila Stepp posted on 6/17/20

We are so very sorry for the loss of Tony . He will be missed so much . He was good man and great friend . An example of of the type of person we all should strive to be like . We will be praying for the family . We know and understand the feeling of loss . Wish that we could do something more to help . Please know if we can help in anyway please just call .

 

Linda Baynard Erwin posted on 6/17/20

So sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.

 

Linda Baynard Erwin posted on 6/17/20

So very sorry for your loss. Praying for you and all your family.

 

Lee Ann Corn posted on 6/16/20

Christy, I’m so sorry to hear about your dad. I have many memories of him from when we were young. He was a sweet man. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

 

 

Sharon King posted on 6/16/20

Jones family, So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time. Cherish all the good memories you shared as a family, keep them close to your heart. Tommy & Tommy King Joe & Marilyn Thompson

 

Wanda(Talley)Kelly posted on 6/16/20

I love you Aunt Mary. We lost a great Aunt, but God got an Angel.

 

Susan Talley Bryant posted on 6/16/20

I am so saddened by this but know where he is and all the loved ones welcoming him home. Clyde was the sweetest most mellow man He always made me feel welcome even when he was at the end when he could no longer hear or see well. I keep thinking about not too long ago, jane and I were up and I went to him and said "Clyde, it's Susy". He responded by saying, yeah I know that voice. He was probably thinking of my big mouth, but it made me feel special. That's just the way he was. I love you all.

 

Susan Talley Bryant posted on 6/16/20

I am so saddened by this but know where he is and all the loved ones welcoming him home. Clyde was the sweetest most mellow man He always made me feel welcome even when he was at the end when he could no longer hear or see well. I keep thinking about not too long ago, jane and I were up and I went to him and said "Clyde, it's Susy". He responded by saying, yeah I know that voice. He was probably thinking of my big mouth, but it made me feel special. That's just the way he was. I love you all.

 

Stephen Roberts posted on 6/16/20

You were always such a kind and gentle soul. Never seeming to have a care in the world. You were always so kind to everyone. You will be truly missed.

 

Wanda (Talley) Kelly posted on 6/16/20

Uncle Clyde was such a joy to be around. I loved him very much and enjoyed the times I got to spend with him throughout the years. So sad that he is gone, but I know he is happy to be with Aunt Lucille, Roy, and Karen. My thoughts and Prayers are with all the family.

 

Linda McKee posted on 6/16/20

My heartfelt condolences to all of the loved ones in your loss. My thoughts and prayers for each of you.

 

Martha Gaillard posted on 6/16/20

June and family, I was so sorry to hear about Tony! You have been and will continue to be in my many thoughts and prayers! Tony will be missed, but his memories will remain with us until we meet again! In sympathy and love to you and all the McCrary family, Martha

 

Sue Cockrell posted on 6/15/20

I met Karene playing golf. Though I could never compete with her in the game, we had the best fun singing and laughing our way around the golf course. Karene was a special lady with a gift of making those around her feel special as well. Thank you, Arnie and Belinda, for sharing that beautiful video. She loved you both so much. I will miss her. ❤️

 

Teresa Buchanan posted on 6/14/20

Arnold, we are so sorry to hear about the passing of Karene. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Bobby Joe Moss, James & Teresa Buchanan, Jim Moss and Randal & Rita Moss

 

Catherine Grant Greene posted on 6/14/20

Your mother was a good friend. Sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your Dad in my prayers.

 

Sharon Pressley posted on 6/14/20

Aunt Karene I loved as soon as I heard of her from Terry, she was always special to him. Prayers and love to Arnold and Belinda. A beautiful tribute to her.

 

 

Sara Pressley Jones posted on 6/14/20

Prayers for loved ones who miss her So

 

 

Sara Pressley Jones posted on 6/14/20

A special Aunt who I admired all my life and her last weeks on this earth we had a special love. Prayers for Uncle Arnold and Belinda for comfort in the coming days with love.

 

Cassondra Clayton posted on 6/14/20

I'm so sorry for your loss! There is nothing like the love of a mother and it can never be replaced! Just remember you have a friend in me and if you need anything, please let me know! Hugs and love to you and your dad during this difficult time! You are both in my thoughts and prayers!

 

Glenda and Linda posted on 6/13/20

A wonderful tribute to our beautiful and beloved Aunt Karene. You will be missed so very much. Our love and prayers. Glen and Sissie.

 

Alton Connor posted on 6/13/20

Mike and family, I am so sorry to learn of your Mom's Homegoing. I lost my Mom last August at almost 93. They were both blessed with long lives and we miss them greatly. However, we know they are healed now and are rejoicing in Heaven in the presence of the Lord and we will see them again one day. My love, prayers and deepest sympathy to you and your family. Alton

 

Judy King posted on 6/13/20

Dear Family, Mrs. Doris was a precious lady. Sorry for your loss. Judy Ward King

 

 

Brittany Wright posted on 6/12/20

I love and miss you dearly Vernie. May you RIP. you will be truly from your Brian Center Kitchen Crew. Fly high beautiful

 

 

Jason Dmont posted on 6/12/20

I love and miss you very much mom..I wish i could of been there other then spiritually by your side...Forever missed and forever loved...........Your son

 

Eddie Shipman posted on 6/11/20

Our condolences Sue. Mitch was a fine man and wonderful neighbor. He is missed.

 

brianna chapman posted on 6/11/20

carl my swet sweet t girl i am so praowd of you for being my frind. i wish i cold say good bye to you but i did not get to it was to late you arredey pastaway nefor i cold say good say good bye

 

Gary “G.D.” Cole posted on 6/7/20

Tommy was obviously a talented athlete. A good man with a humble heart and a man of faithful character. We will see him again as he is in our future.

 

 

Susan Fowler posted on 6/7/20

Thanks for being such an outstanding role model, father, and uncle, We will cherish your memory and rejoice in all the joy, love and light you shared while you walked the Earth. We love you much and always.

 

Brenda White posted on 6/6/20

Tommy was one of the kindest and sweetest people we’ve ever met. He will truly be missed. Our condolences to the family and we pray for peace to you in this time as you mourn and celebrate Tommy’s life. All our live, Brenda and Brian Jr.

 

Carol Greene & Lucie posted on 6/6/20

I pray that your memories of Tommy be a comfort to you during this sad time. Just know that many thoughts and prayers are with all of you in your sorrow.

 

Bruce boyd posted on 6/5/20

Always cheerful,strait shooter,easy to chat with,hewill be missed,but not forgotten.

 

 

Carol Posey posted on 6/5/20

Your Dad was a wonderful person with family that was a Blessing to him. He will surely be missed. Our prayers are with all the loved ones he leaves for this brief period of time.

 

Corum and Anne Smith & Family posted on 6/5/20

Our hearts go out to you during this difficult time. Your family has lost a wonderful father, grandfather and great-grandfather, and we know how much he will be missed. He was a good man, devoted to his family, and I'm so sorry that he has been in such poor health recently. Tommy was my cousin but he was more like a brother to me. He and R.B. and I all grew up together and I have so many memories of our shared childhood, working side by side in the fields but also sharing in fun times as well, trips into town to see movies and other treats. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers and we hope that you can find some comfort in the hope that we will all see each other again one day. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss.

 

Mark and Lori Ann Carver posted on 6/5/20

Our lives have been enriched since meeting Tommy. His gentle spirit and warm personality were a beacon of light. And no matter the time of day or how he was feeling he and Shirley always welcomed us into their home. His sense of humor was contagious. Once while visiting him and talking about his accomplishments at holding the record at Clemson University for the most rebounds in a single game, he remarked "You know Mark in 1957 we didn't make a lot of shots" "Some people come into our lives, Leave footprints on our hearts, And we are never the same."

 

Billy & Angie Smith posted on 6/5/20

Such a special man...always kind & caring, loving & selfless. If you really want to know how perfect & wonderful he was, just ask his sister Mary & his sister in law Grace! :) He was truly the best! Uncle Tommy ...You will be missed!! Love, Billy & Angie

 

Larry & Sandy Franks posted on 6/4/20

A man that was enjoyable to be around----always interested in the person he was talking with---gave of himself for all---a true problem solver in many different ways---Tommy will be missed greatly, but the Joy that Heaven is now celebrating a Son coming Home----Thank God for a true Christian and Friend in Tommy Smith---Larry & Sandy Franks

 

Ella M Leigh posted on 6/4/20

So sorry to read of Annette's passing. She was loved by everyone.

 

 

Stephanie Worrell posted on 6/4/20

You will definitely be missed. I Remember all the times that we used to talk about Italy. And your wonderful food that you would make me and Angela.

 

Felecia and Julio Navarro posted on 6/3/20

We are so sorry for your loss. May God give you all comfort during this difficult and sad time. Much love to you all.

 

Katherine Avilla posted on 6/3/20

As one of the CNA's who cared for Mr. Schmalz I am so sorry for the families loss. I did enjoy the time I spent caring for him. He will be missed but not forgotten.

 

Ruth Jean Rowe posted on 6/2/20

Feel so sorry for the wife and family he has left behind. He was a very interesting person, involved in so much, not too many people could ever fill his shoes. Surprised to read all of his history, amazing for sure

 

Sue and Bob Ellsasser posted on 6/2/20

Dick was a true gentleman and one of the good guys. He will never be forgotten.

 

Kathy Burt posted on 6/2/20

My sincere condolences go out to the family and friends of Mr. Schmalz. I was only able to be around him a couple of times, but always may time with him.

 

Donald and Janet MacSporran posted on 6/2/20

Our hearts are saddened to hear the news. Our condolences go out to you and your family.

 

Pete and Chris Meier posted on 6/2/20

We were saddened to hear the news. We will miss our long time friend and fishing buddy. Dick's PPG career helped to greatly improve the quality of the Outboard Marine paint system. Condolences to all of his family and friends.

 

 

Charles Holden Cole posted on 6/2/20

Dick was alway interested in what was going on in my life! That interest made be feel special. He took time to understand more about me. I love him for that.

 

Dr. John and Donna Crawford posted on 6/1/20

We remember Audrey for substituting in Trinity's church office and her delightful British accent. We continue to miss seeing her at church.

 

Jess Gardner posted on 6/1/20

Wes was one of my first friends in Nashville when I moved here in 2017. We met at WCU and have been friends ever since. I can’t believe it. I am completely in shock and can’t believe I won’t talk to him next week. We talked weekly about our future plans and what was going on in the world. I’ll miss you my friend. Keep watch over us all.

 

john ortell posted on 6/1/20

So very sorry to hear of Janet's passing. She was a lovely lady. Thoughts and prayers are with Graham and her Family.

 

Linda Brittain posted on 6/1/20

Joe and I are so sorry for your loss. I can't find the right words to say to you that would express our thoughts. You are in our prayers for God to give you strength and grace for the coming days. Linda Brittain

 

Kimberly Carland posted on 5/31/20

Thoughts and prayers she was a very nice lady always kind . Will miss seeing her in her yard.

 

Ruby McClung posted on 5/31/20

Lisa and family, I am so sad to read of Wesley’s passing. He was one of my all time favorite students..loved him! I will always remember his sweet disposition and bright smile. Prayers for you and your family!

 

Ryan Keith posted on 5/30/20

One of the guys from West. Was a hell of a guy and really friendly with just about everyone. We will miss you Wesley

 

Andrea Seitz Gosnell posted on 5/30/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. Wes was an amazing guy when I knew him at West. Praying for your family

 

ronnie lee posted on 5/30/20

Wes. Wow!..you could only imagine the shock when I heard the news. I'm going to speak on my behalf and not Freightliner. We only worked together for a few months, but In that time I grew to respect you. So ofcourse that, was for me to give you an hard time. Lol. (Always in a caring way) Like when you came in the office that one day talking how you like "Bud light".. and I gave you a hard time about it..lol..but you gave it right back to me , once you seen me carrying a McDonald's Happy Meal in one day at work..(it was not for me lol)..you called me happy meal from that day on. Man...I miss you, we all do!!. You a great Cummins Technician..A Awesome friend, and an amazing person. I will always remember you. God bless you and your Family. With no disrespect to the Family..I've learned that its true.. only the good die young. I believe that. Love to you Wes and your family.

 

James Ausmus III posted on 5/29/20

I had the opportunity to get to know him while I was attending Lincoln Tech. No words I can say will lessen the hurt caused from the loss of this smart young man. I am just glad my path in life crossed with his and I got to know him.

 

LeeAnne Cook posted on 5/29/20

My heart absolutely breaks for you Lisa! I’ll forever remember Wes with that big smile wanting to know what vehicle i was tearing up that week.

 

Nancy Winiarski Reynolds posted on 5/29/20

Lisa and family, My condolences to you and your family! This is heartbreaking. You are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Jeff Morris posted on 5/29/20

Dear Lisa, I did not know your son, but my heart breaks for you--Jeff

 

RANDY RATHBONE posted on 5/29/20

PRAYING FOR YOU ALL DURING THIS TRAGIC TIME IN YOUR LIVES. LOVE TO MRS. LISA AND ANDY

 

Barb Speight posted on 5/29/20

Wes and I got to know each other very well over his high school career playing football. He was always one of my regulars in the Athletic Training Room and could make me laugh at the drop of a hat. It was such a pleasure to watch him mold in to such a fine young man. His sweet disposition will always be remembered.

 

Steve Cloud posted on 5/29/20

Lisa and Greg, I was SO very sorry to hear about your family’s loss. Prayers for all of you from the Cloud brothers. Steve

 

Janet Pressley Dies posted on 5/29/20

Andy, this is Janet Pressley I am your cousin your dad was my moms brother, Nell Pressley was my mom. I’m so sorry to hear about this.

 

Daniel & Roxanne LaMarche posted on 5/29/20

Our deepest sympathies, prayers, & condolences to the entire Pingel family.

 

Jon Horstman posted on 5/29/20

We are so sorry to hear this news. My wife and I will be praying for your family.

 

Penelope Caruthers posted on 5/29/20

Oh my Bama buddy! We will miss you dearly! I am so sad to hear this.. Roll Tide up there in heaven, my friend. It was an honor to have known you.

 

Diane Willis Reeves posted on 5/29/20

I am heartbroken for you and your family, Lisa. May God give you peace and comfort that only He can provide. You will remain in my prayers.

 

Teresa Trantham posted on 5/29/20

Oh Lisa I am so sorry. He was the sweetest kid. I will forever remember him.

 

Phyllus Cook posted on 5/29/20

Lisa, I am so sorry for your loss. I know all to well rhe pain you are suffering. You have my deepest sympathy. You and your family are in my prayers. Stay strong. You will find your memories of him will sustain you and that your 23 years with him were a great gift that you will forever cherish. Thise years and those memories will give you the strength to go on.

 

Paul A Nicholson posted on 5/29/20

Prayers Lisa , sorry for your families loss !!

 

 

Betty prince posted on 5/29/20

I Love You And Miss You SoMuch

 

Scott Smith posted on 5/29/20

So so sorry for your loss. Prayers and love during this heartbreaking time

 

Melissa Bradley posted on 5/29/20

Mrs Burrell this breaks my heart for you and your family. I know you loved him so very very much and I can't imagine your grief. You hold a special place in my heart as my favorite English teacher and I was always so over joyed seeing you at West while my kids were there. I'll be praying for you all. I'm so very sorry

 

Brianna Thomas posted on 5/28/20

Many condolences to Mrs.Burrell and her family. Keeping you all in my thoughts.

 

Ricky Gibson posted on 5/28/20

Wes was very bright and cheerful young man to have as an employee and friend to all of us here at West Carolina Freightliner. Even though he was with us for only a short time he will certainly be missed by all of us and our hearts go out to his family and friends.

 

Revonda Buckingham posted on 5/28/20

Lisa and Andy, please know you are loved and we are here for you whatever you may need. I know how proud you were of this wonderful, kind, smart young man. We are keeping you in our prayers.

 

Sarah McAdams posted on 5/28/20

Wesley was a light to every life he touched. Andy and Lisa you are truly blessed to have the privilege of being his parents and I know he loved you more than anything. You guys are 2 of the best people I know and my heart goes out to you both. You are amazing people and amazing friends. I love you both and am so grateful I got the opportunity to know Wesley. He will be TRULY missed

 

Derek Houck posted on 5/28/20

Wes I am proud to have known you and I value our friendship. Men like you give me hope for future generations. May you rest in peace. You will be missed. Andy and Lisa my thoughts and prayers are with you. May God give you peace.

 

Brenda Woodring Winebarger posted on 5/28/20

Wes, It was my pleasure getting to work some with you when school was out at the store. You were always uplifting with your beautiful personality and smile. I will always remember and cherish those moments. Rest in Piece my friend.

 

Bridgette Asbell posted on 5/27/20

Wes, I love you and miss you so much already my sweet friend, and I sure wish we had talked longer a few days ago. You had a smile and laugh that could light up a room, and were always a truly wonderful friend to me. I regret that we didn’t have a chance to really catch up since you moved back, but I will always think of you as my little bro and cherish the times we did have! I know that heaven is rejoicing in having you there, but you sure will be missed down here! Andy and Lisa, you are both in my thoughts and prayers along with the rest of your family. Sending all my love your way❤️

 

Gary McDonald posted on 5/27/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. I pray you will have the peace to get you through in this difficult time! Gary,Kasey,and Patrick

 

Susie Moody posted on 5/27/20

Wes your beautiful smile and happy attitude will be missed by many! Just glad I knew you! You made the world a better place. Love you Buddy

 

 

Denise Waddell posted on 5/25/20

Every minute of every day was fun and amazing with you!!- I have more memories than will fit. Love to your mama and Daddy and brother

 

Denise Waddell posted on 5/25/20

To my favorite young man in the whole world. Every moment I spent with you for your short 14 years on earth, well my Golden Boy, we had the best relationship any grandparent, and.grandchild could ever have. We did it all, you stayed with me, and my the fun and love we always shared. Nobody believed us, but we believed each other, and had fun ALWAYS!!! It's not going to be the same here without you, but knowing you are running, walking,, laughing, and never hurting again, is soothing. I'll dance with you again like we used to my Golden Boy. You better be ready in the heavens, like we used to stare at the sky. I'll be with you again.. Run Gabriel. I love you to the heavens and back!!!

 

 

Cindy Galizio posted on 5/20/20

I am truly sorry for your loss. Mitch was such a wonderful person. He always made my stays with you very comfortable and enjoyable. My deepest sympathies.

 

Barbara Ironside posted on 5/17/20

Charlotte, may you have an abundance of peace and comfort during this time. I miss our Scrabble games. Barbara Ironside

 

 

Gene and Barbara Greenwood posted on 5/16/20

Our prayers for the Ed Osterman Family & Charlotte. Enjoy the Old Pictures. Ed will sure be missed.

 

Cliff and RoseMary Stalter posted on 5/15/20

Dick, so sorry to hear of Wendy's death. We always enjoyed our times celebrating with you at the Club or during KNN events. Our thought and prayers are with you and the family during this difficult time.

 

David Heatherly posted on 5/14/20

I will always miss you . Will sure miss some of you're goffy jokes , which i find my self trying to tell them , ( who would have thought ) remember the one about the preacher who buys the lawnmower that would not start ? Still my favorite . Your a great Dad , great Granddad , A Family Man , and a true friend

 

Michael L,Osterman posted on 5/14/20

I will miss You Grandpa Ed! You are in a much better place with past loved ones who entered Heaven before You and are free of any pain! Love, Your Grandson Michael Lucas Osterman

 

Beth Bookout posted on 5/14/20

Our deepest sympathies to all of the Jones Family. With love, Beth Kilpatrick Bookout

 

Brenda Sigmon posted on 5/14/20

Becky. David had a full and beautiful life filled with many adventures. My heart and prayers are with you during this time. May you be comforted by God's peace and grace. Many prayers, Brenda Sigmon

 

Brenda Sigmon posted on 5/14/20

Charlotte, we are so saddened to hear of your husband's death. May you be surrounded by God's peace during this time, and cherish the memories of your life together. Brenda and Doug Sigmon

 

Dan P. DuVall posted on 5/13/20

Decker and I were friends growing up in the town of Tonawanda and when he moved to Kenmore and then married Marge. We have many wonderful time together with him and his family. I will never forget working on his Uncle Charlie's antique cars and going to their home on Lake Erie Canada. You are missed my friend.

 

Anne G Giesecke posted on 5/13/20

David was a great editor. He ignored gender and regarded everybody's comments equally. He was fair. He thought about what he was including and encouraged contributions based on fact and importance not association and politics. He had a great sense of humor. He dealt with deadlines effectively. He manged difficult personalities inside and outside of the publications he worked with, He enriched those publications by bringing all the points of view to their audiences. He was a nice person and treated people well. I liked him very much and I celebrate his life.

 

Kevin Hardy posted on 5/13/20

In his two decades at Sea Technology magazine, David Graham was a beloved journalist and statesman of the marine industry. He knew a good story, saw emerging trends, and could craft op eds with focus and understanding. He encouraged many engineers to try their hand at writing a general interest story, mentoring them as needed. Years after he left ST, he'd still drop notes to his many friends and colleagues, like me, about something he had read that cited them by name, or maybe just to joke about how they looked in a photo. He stayed in touch and he still paid attention to what everyone was up to. May he find smooth seas under a bright moon. Sailor, rest your oar.

 

Anne G Giesecke posted on 5/13/20

David

 

 

Johnny & Donna P Almaraz posted on 5/12/20

Allen was like a father to me in my younger years, I am thankful for all he did. One of my favorite memories of him is giving all of us Jeep rides in Green River ( with no brakes) and saying the bank of the road would keep us safe. Sending Prayers to all the Family... Love y'all

 

Anne Berryman posted on 5/12/20

My husband and I delivered Meals on Wheels to Mr. Summey for a long period of time. He was one of the joys on our route and I always enjoyed seeming him and his little dog. So sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Zoe Vilicic posted on 5/12/20

Jamie, I remember you and your Dad fondly from years at UUMAC. The photos of you pushing my son, Sam, in his stroller at Trexler Zoo still pop up occasionally. David was an interesting conversationalist and is certainly part of my memory. With Sympathy, Zoe

 

leon komm posted on 5/12/20

Dear Paul You and I haven't seen each other in 50 years. I often think about you and your family and how hospitable they were to me. I reminisce a lot about our bands and making model cars and airplanes. I'm so sorry for your loss of both brothers, and your parents. I hope we can chat sometime.

 

Donna Myers and Bill Mahoney posted on 5/11/20

Marlena and family, We are so very sorry to learn that Decker has passed. Marlena, we have missed you since the day you moved away from being our neighbor in Sun City Hilton Head. Thinking of you always. Donna & Bill

 

Juliana Kirby posted on 5/11/20

I am so sorry to hear of David’s passing. I am his cousin. My mom (CharlotteSears) and his mom Mariam were sisters. I remember meeting him once when I was younger. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Gail Beddingfield posted on 5/11/20

I will miss his little pop-up visits to the house with all kinds of fruits and vegetables and even firewood. He and AJ were always on a mission any truly thought about his neighbors.I feel fortunate that he became part of our family as well as the rest of you. You'll be missed Allen!

 

 

Luci and Mike posted on 5/10/20

Love to All the family ❤️! Praying for everyone during this difficult time ! We love you!!

 

Anita Wells posted on 5/10/20

Our deepest sympsthies to the Garren family. Lifting you up in prayer at this sad time. Avery Israel -worked with Charles at Cranston. Anita Wells-worked with Wayne at Steelcase.

 

Clint Turner posted on 5/9/20

So Sorry for your loss he will be missed

 

H.E. and Nellie Wilkie posted on 5/9/20

Praying for God's comfort and peace for all the family. I have precious memories of Charlie and all the family at the time we lived close together for a few years when I was a young girl. Ms. Vet always made me feel welcome to help her take care of Charlie when he was a baby and I loved doing that. She also let me help with all the children. I watched over Annette at school when she started first grade. She was so cute and I wanted to tell everyone that she was my little sister. I thank Jesus for making a way to see him and Brenda again. Love you, Wayne and Annette... God bless.

 

Paul Reidpath posted on 5/9/20

Decker was the oldest of we five kids. I have many great memories of him and I can’t remember us ever being angry with each other. I learned much from him and feel blessed to have had him in my life as a brother. To all who knew and loved him- I share your grief. Peace be with you.

 

Armando Suarez posted on 5/8/20

You were a trusted colleague and friend. Rest In Peace. “Schwartz”

 

Armando Suarez posted on 5/8/20

You were a trusted colleague and friend. Rest In Peace my friend. Schwartz.

 

Donna Willard Delo posted on 5/8/20

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I didn't know Decker very well, but I remember how nice he was to all of us kids.

 

Linda N Gilbert posted on 5/8/20

So sorry for your loss. Our family always thought a lot of the Jones family. Linda Nichols Gilbert

 

Patricia & Rick Kindron posted on 5/8/20

Laurie, Ralph and family - So sorry for your loss - Our thoughts and prayers and God's blessings to you all!

 

Diane posted on 5/8/20

Sory for your loss

 

 

Lisa Friedline posted on 5/8/20

Rest In Peace, Decker. You were a helpful and friendly mentor to me at Oneida. Thank You.

 

Candy & Bill Watson posted on 5/8/20

Remember Mary well, she will be missed. Our prayers are with the family.

 

 

Mark Siebert posted on 5/7/20

We all miss you. Say Hi to Dad !

 

 

Mark Siebert posted on 5/7/20

Miss you Mom

 

Wanda Sizemore posted on 5/7/20

Just saw the obituary for Mary. My condolences go out to the entire family. She was a special person who raised a loving and caring family for which she was very proud.

 

Donnie and Avalina Merrill posted on 5/6/20

Donnie and I extend to the Charles Garren families our sincerest sympathy. He is eternally resting in God’s presence free from all troubles, woes, fears, tears and pain. Thank God for Charles’ testimony that he was prepared to meet God. We’ll see him again some day in Heaven.

 

Dinah Ingle posted on 5/6/20

May the Lord send you peace with the loss of Charles. I am praying for you.

 

Ken & Sharon Allen posted on 5/5/20

Our prayers are with the Jones family...you truly had a wonderful mother! We had the privilege of knowing her for many years.

 

 

Shane Bradley posted on 5/5/20

To all the family of Mrs Mary may God bless each of you at this time. What a lovely lady she was she always had kind words to say to me at mud cr6and always made an effort to speak to me. Heaven has gained a wonderful angel. Love and prayers to all the family

 

 

Judy Sutton posted on 5/4/20

So sorry for the loss of sweet Mary. Prayers for the Jones family.

 

Alton Connor posted on 5/4/20

My heart goes out to each of you in the passing of your precious loved one. I am so sorry for your loss, but I know you find comfort in knowing that she is healed now and is rejoicing in the presence of the Lord. I send my thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to each of you. I love you all, Alton

 

S Klepsky posted on 5/3/20

Ed and I are sorry to hear of Mitch's passing. During our stay at Aunt Adeline's we truly enjoyed our time spent with him. Sue and Mitch made the time spent there extraordinarily comfortable and homey. He will be missed.

 

Alton Connor posted on 5/2/20

We are so sorry to learn of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you! Alton and Lynda Connor (your neighbors on the corner)

 

Melissa Johnson posted on 5/1/20

Thank you for founding Faith Christian in Hendersonville. I was able to attend from K thru 12th and I am very thankful for Christian education. I look forward to seeing you again in Heaven.

 

Michele Bocchini posted on 5/1/20

I am at loss for words dear Cousin. I am crushed finding out like this over a year later. You were my role model. You taught me so many things growing up. I will cherish our last conversation reminiscing about my Dad and fried spaghetti. Always & forever in my heart.

 

Becky Banks posted on 4/30/20

Much love and prayers for you Paul and Scott. I have many good memories of your Dad, and Wayne's good friend. He was kind hearted and always lots of fun. I love you boys...

 

Arline, Barbara, Janet, Phil and Sarah Sanford posted on 4/29/20

The Sanford Family, of Medfield, MA, send their deepest wishes for peace and comfort during the difficult time to the Schmalz family. Golfing was a past time that Alan enjoyed with our father, Phil. This created a tight bond between Carolyn, Alan, Phil and Arline for many years. We pass along loving condolences to Carolyn, Johanna, Gretchen and Stephen. And we know that wonderful memories of Alan will continue to bring smiles to everyone's faces.

 

Elaine Bishop posted on 4/29/20

Donna, we are very sorry for your loss of your mother. Prayers for you and the rest of the family. Elaine and Earl Bishop

 

 

Alisa Dean posted on 4/28/20

You were a wonderful person inside and out. Though I lost contact with you over the last few years one thing you could never change is your true friendship. I truly will miss you. Prayers to the family.

 

Jason altman posted on 4/28/20

So sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with Neil for close to 20 years at the store, he was a good man. My prayers are with you!

 

Bill and Denise Jones posted on 4/28/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficulty time.

 

Nicole Laycox posted on 4/27/20

Thanks for being a wonderful grandma. We will miss you!

 

Shellie Trotman posted on 4/26/20

Mr shuler was a very sweet person, I remember him running a store in smoaks south Carolina. He would always greet you with a smile. My condolences to his family and especially to his sweet wife.

 

 

Gayle Gilbert posted on 4/26/20

Ruthie your mom must have been a very wonderful and care in person because she put you up right.i know she was a very strong person bc of the way you ND ur kids have turned out. I'm always here if you need anything love you

 

Anita Whitmire posted on 4/25/20

She was always a very sweet lady to me. Made the best fudge in the world!

 

Steve Long. “ Smiley “ posted on 4/25/20

Ruthie your mom must have been a very sweet lady because she did good with you very good. My prayers and thoughts are with you honey doing this time because I been there and it will tear your heart out. You need me you call me to talk or whatever 828-707-0000

 

Glenn Smith posted on 4/25/20

A wonderful friend and someone I'll never forget.

 

Beth Jessee posted on 4/25/20

I will always cherish the memories of my sweet aunt. I love you Hilda ❤️

 

 

Ruhtie Owen posted on 4/25/20

I love you Mom you will dearly be missed by many

 

Deanne Fortier Dupont posted on 4/24/20

While researching Charbonnet family history, I was so saddened to come across Chris’ obituary. I just happened to meet him while looking for a Florist for my wedding and I told him of the Charbonnet connections in my family. He was so kind and interesting and he created beautiful floral decor designs for my wedding back in 1994. He was a good and kind soul with artistic eyes. He must be sorely missed.

 

Tom Crawford posted on 4/23/20

Thanks for being Grandma to my children and Great Grandma to their children. How many strokes are you giving Dad on the front nine?

 

Linda Gerber posted on 4/23/20

I'm so sorry for your loss Lauretta! I'm praying for you and your family!

 

Brenda H. McLellan posted on 4/23/20

My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family, Lauretta. So sorry to learn of your loss.

 

richard schmalz posted on 4/22/20

Uncle Alan you will always be remembered and will be with us in our hearts. Thanks for giving me your baseball cards and for getting me into golf and caddying. I remember your great speed and agility during our Thanksgiving day football games. But most of all I'll miss your great sense of humor and good spirits with that special laugh and smile no matter what the situation. With deepest sympathy to Aunt Carolyn and all the family. We will keep you especially close in our thoughts and prayers during this time.

 

Lisa Jones and family posted on 4/22/20

Always remembered for his sense of humor. Prayers to family.

 

Susie Moorer posted on 4/21/20

Sorry for your lost and I am praying for you and the family at this time.

 

Cindy Shealy posted on 4/20/20

Neil Shuler was truly a friend to me. He supplied our drink and candy machine at Wesley Christian School and whenever I needed help he was there to help;

 

Jamaica & Anthony Brown posted on 4/20/20

You will be missed. We extend our condolences to the family & may God be with y’all during this hour❣️

 

Janice Washington posted on 4/20/20

God be with the family doing this difficult time

 

 

Janice Washington posted on 4/20/20

Mr .Shuler was a great friend of the Washington and Brown family of Bowman, My Uncle Ceasar Brown use to get his candy from him, God be with the family doing this difficult time

 

Cindy Browning posted on 4/20/20

Jennifer was a kind loving person she loved and was loved by so many she will be missed RIP angel

 

Anna Pate posted on 4/20/20

When we lose a loved one here on earth we gain an angel in heaven to watch over us. I want to wake up from this awful dream. This has devistated me. It ripped my heart open. She was one of the genuine people left. God gave me a beautiful loving sweet neice. Rest easy my sweet lady. I will join you one day. Love you always, Aunt Annie

 

Kaye O’Cain Reid posted on 4/20/20

So sorry for your loss. Neil was one of my favorite classmates.

 

Terry Lynch posted on 4/20/20

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time of loss and great sadness. Neil was one of a kind and will be remembered with fondness and a smile.

 

Thomas Bryant posted on 4/20/20

Sympathies to Lauretta and all the family of this grand fellow and wonderful friend.

 

Thomas Bryant posted on 4/20/20

Tom and Linda Bryant

 

Cine Shuler Hammett posted on 4/20/20

My most sincere condolences to all the family in this time of need. God's love, hugs, and blessings as he walks with each of you through the days to come.

 

Sabra and Marvin mangham posted on 4/20/20

So sorry for your loss, Charlie was a wonderful person.our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time

 

Billy & Tammy Staley Bowman, SC posted on 4/20/20

We are so sorry for your loss! Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time!

 

Victor Carroll posted on 4/20/20

After first meeting Julius & his friend at the mall in N. Palm Beach in 1973, I was astounded to learn that he had patented & marketed the elastic-brocaid used in fabrics everywhere.. He also was curious about Spiritual matters in lieu of world events, of which he was well aware--- as he related to me at his home in Juno Beach...he expressed remarkable depths of concern about many international happenings, & his knowledge was unlimited....

 

Michelle Nelson Mosley posted on 4/20/20

To all my Summey Family, my love and prayers sent to you during this time. I am so sorry to hear of Stanley's passing. Many years of memories will always be treasured to hold you through until we all meet again. My love always, Shell

 

Rena posted on 4/19/20

So sorry you are all going through this sad time. Prayers for all.

 

Jerry & Patricia Williamson posted on 4/19/20

So sorry to hear of his passing. Such a kind man.

 

Jerry & Patricia Williamson posted on 4/19/20

So sorry to hear of his passing. Always a kind man

 

 

Bessie Bright ( Bessie Mae) posted on 4/19/20

Remember Stanley and Gwen going to Valley Hill School with Jim and Rachel Brevard think of you at this time. We just lost Rachel in Feb.

 

Sandy and Stacy Buckner posted on 4/19/20

Gwen, Lisa and family we are so sorry to hear of Stanley’s passing. He was always so very kind to us when I worked at TimeSaver for my Dad. We grew to love your whole family. You all are in our prayers.

 

 

Patricia OCallaghan posted on 4/18/20

You will be greatly missed.Prayers for you and your loved ones. Rest in peace

 

 

Patricia OCallaghan posted on 4/18/20

My prayers are with and for you and your family you are greatly loved

 

Alton Connor posted on 4/18/20

So sorry to learn of Stanley's passing. I knew Stanley and Emmett thru my 35 years with IMOCO. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Pam Crowe posted on 4/18/20

I also want to include Paul and Scott in my condolence. Im so sorry for your loss. You both are in my prayers.

 

Pam Crowe posted on 4/18/20

Gwen and Lisa, I’m so sorry for your loss. We love you guys and will be praying for you during this difficult time.

 

Carole Kitchen posted on 4/18/20

Jen, You were a friend to everyone you met. The Social Work profession has lost someone special. RIP my friend until we meet again

 

Heidi Sermersheim posted on 4/18/20

Thank you for being my soul sister. Forever grateful in the depth of our friendship. and survivor connections, our mentoring moments and sharing of life, our laughter, and grace filled minutes, hours and days shared. Remembering: daily visits, texts and phone calls, MHUAGS admissions, connections, long conversations, graduation, road trips, breakfasts, Travelers Rest, dinners, concerts, Greenville, lunches, Falls Park, Pretty Place, Ceasars Head, Brevard, Looking Glass Falls, thrift shopping, Greer, treasure hunting, church, thrift shopping, holidays, gifts, communion, volunteering, SART, the kids: furrbabies and human, friends and family sales, Spartanburg, visits both long and short, quick bites, Hendersonville, resumes and job searches, pajama parties, story swapping, weekends, the gym, our walks, New Years Eve, Fletcher, snacks, movies ... just to name a few. Kindred spirits we are and forever more will be. I have been richly blessed and am a better person for having known you. There simply are not enough words to convey the indelible footprint you have left on my soul. Thank you for the memories and so much more. Looking forward to seeing you in the great beyond. Godspeed beautiful friend until we meet again ... love you.

 

Maggie posted on 4/18/20

Jennifer always seemed like the glue that held things together. She was strong and beautiful. You will be missed Jennifer. Rest in peace sweet soul.

 

Mary Harper posted on 4/18/20

May God bless the family of this beautiful young lady. Rest in peace. Love and prayers

 

Pamela Suber posted on 4/17/20

Jen will truly be missed. We sat in many classes together at Mars Hill AGS and I always admired her gentle spirit and care and concern for others. I am reminded that God’s word says to be absent from this body is to be present with our Lord, so rest safe in the arms of the Lord, Jen! We love you!

 

Kelly Anderson posted on 4/17/20

I worked with her many years ago... she was so sweet. I'm very sorry for the loss. She was an beautiful person

 

 

Kelly Maybin posted on 4/17/20

Jennifer you inspired so many that you met through your own journey and struggles. There are no words to explain the loss the world will experience without you in it. Even in my hardest days you inspired by knowing if you keep pushing no matter how hard life is you can succeed. Rest in God's arms my friend until we meet again! Love you My Jenny from the block! (You use to always get so tickled and blush when I'd call you that).

 

Lisa Harper posted on 4/17/20

You will forever be in my heart Jenni. You were such a beautiful soul. Miss you sis.

 

 

Audrey Ray posted on 4/17/20

One of the sweetest and kindest people I've ever known. R.I.P. Jen

 

Marie Wauters posted on 4/15/20

Theresa, your hu