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Rene'e Harper posted on 9/20/19

I will never forget the summers of our childhood together at our grandparents, You, brother took me fishing and hunting a lot. We spent so much time at Crystal Lake, and Toledo Bend,We walked the railroad tracks for hours on hot summer days, took coffee to the sawmill to our pawpaw in a mason jar, We spent endless Sunday nights watching The Rifleman, and Red Skelton, and Bonanza, spent countless hours chasing fire flies catching them in a jar, we even experienced Santa Claus arriving one Chritmas Eve in a red pickup truck to our grandparents, he played his Beatles albums over and over, they were his treasures, We built forts out of bull cages and cardboard boxes, sat together many nights on the front porch eating ice cream, ,We shared happiness and sorrow. We cried to one another when our beloved spouses passed and shared the heart break when my pug died then later that year his pug died, We shared love. I will miss your beautiful smile, and laughter, I will miss you saying " I love you sister" It's not goodbye dear brother ,

 

Scott Justus posted on 9/20/19

Walt Harper was a bulldog of a man. Once he was on a case he never let go until it was solved. He always did what he thought was right even though he could suffer repercussions. I was privileged to work with Walt and under him for several years. He was honest and He would always stand by you under times of duress. He was a man you could trust. I appreciate your guidance and your friendship. See you on the other side friend.

 

Dee smith posted on 9/20/19

To my brother Walter we may have not know each other very well our grandparents took care of you I remember a lot growing up watching you play football, you coming to visit, I wish we have more to be a family, you are happy now with your wife god be with you, your sister

 

Ted and Diane Williams posted on 9/19/19

We are so sorry for the loss of Cathy. She was such a sweet lady and will be greatly missed. We pray that our loving Savior will give you comfort and strength in the days ahead. Love you all!

 

Charles/Kathleen Monahan posted on 9/19/19

We have so many happy memories of Will at the Thanksgiving dinners. I remember, one time, we had such a very large crowd - about 60 of us! Will just looked around and smiled, and said, "I did all of this"! And, of course, he did! He had five children, and they all got married and then THEY had children, and then the children all got married and then THEY had children, etc. And, of course, then there were all the "in laws" and then the inlaw's inlaws! What a wonderful group! We shall certainly miss Will at the Thanksgiving dinners, but we are so grateful for all of the happy memories and for all of his children and their children!

 

Beth Simpson posted on 9/19/19

My heart is broken for each of you in Cathy's passing, but my heart rejoices that she is with her Savior. Cathy was a precious classmate at Mills River Elementary and West Henderson. She had a lovely smile and heart to match - a friend to everyone she met. Seeing her face her illness with faith and the way your family surrounded her with support and care was a wonderful witness to others. My prayers are with you as God's presence strengthens each of you.

 

Jeff Carter, Executive Director, PSR posted on 9/19/19

On behalf of the national office of Physicians for Social Responsibility, I would like to express my condolences to Dr. Dienst’s family. What an amazing life. I’m sorry that I never had a chance to meet him, but proud to know that he was a part of the PSR family. All of our at PSR are inspired by his dedication to peace, disarmament and the environment.

 

Louise Mcmurrar Geren posted on 9/19/19

Danny u will b missed

 

Cherie Littlejohn Green posted on 9/19/19

Worked with Walt in Texas in the early 80's. Walt was a good man with a great sense of humor and a killer smile. Walt loved his family, both blood and blue, and was one of those officers that had your back - always. Rest easy, my brother...

 

John & Carolyn Caldwell posted on 9/19/19

Precious Family, Can’t imagine the grief you all are feeling. Pray God gives you the comfort only He can give. Alesia and Tony you both stood beside Cathy with a pure love. You went with her as far as you could on this side. When you had to let go know she was in Jesus arms. No more suffering and pain. Rejoicing around the throne of God with her family that was waiting there. If John and l can do anything please let us know.

 

Sheriff George H. Erwin, Jr. (Retired) posted on 9/19/19

Lt. Walter Harper was one of the top child abuse investigators in the nation. Walt taught others nationwide on how to investigate child abuse. He is now with the love of his life JoAnn in heaven. God Bless you my friend and may God comfort your children. You will be missed! Henderson County was well served by Walt. Hundreds of children through the years and victims of sexual assault saw justice served through Walt's tireless efforts. He impacted so many lives. On behalf of Henderson County and the victims Walt fought for..Thank you Lt. Walter Harper. Your legacy will live on through your children, grandchildren, your colleagues and the victims you fought for. I will see you again my dear friend.

 

 

Mike Anthony Harper posted on 9/19/19

Never will forget the wisdom my dear brother taught me, I love you big brother, so very proud of you. Will see you in heaven some day.

 

Linda Gilbert posted on 9/18/19

You are in our thoughts and prayers. Cathy is well and home with Jesus and her family. Alton and Linda Gilbert

 

Bo and Nancy Wierzbicki posted on 9/18/19

Danny was one of my husband's dearest friends. He was always there when you needed him as a friend and neighbor. He will be greatly missed by us and this community. Prayers going up for his wife and family!

 

Billy and Cindy Jackson posted on 9/18/19

Our heartfelt sympathies for Sherry, Sheila and the rest of the family! Danny was a good man and neighbor! Always there to lend a helping hand and friendly smile. He was hard working and loved his family! He will be missed! We are lifting the family up in prayer!

 

Betty Hill posted on 9/18/19

So Sorry For The Loss Of Danny..He Will Be Missed..Prayers For All..

 

GERRY HUNTLEY posted on 9/18/19

Dear Sherry: My deepest sympathy to you and your family in Danny's passing. You both helped me personally and professionally through the years and that was special. I could always count on you This is a big loss for me, too. Once again, my deepest sympathy. Gerry Huntley, Retired Claims Adjuster and Flat Rock resident. [email protected]

 

Chris Griffin / Rental Uniform Service posted on 9/17/19

Danny will be greatly missed. He was not only a loyal customer but also a good friend. I ALWAYS enjoyed seeing him and talking to him. Condolences to Sherry and the Hill family, we will be praying for you.

 

 

Denise L Moffitt posted on 9/17/19

God has called and Danny answered. There is another Angel looking after us. I will miss your kind heart.

 

 

Elaine pettibone holder posted on 9/17/19

Danny will definitely be missed He wasn't just a wrecker owner and garage owner he was a friend tomany. Danny my brother, Steve pettibone and my self grew up together. I'm so sorry Sherry and all the family. My prayers are with all of you.

 

Rick Fuller posted on 9/17/19

May God Bless and comfort all of you who have been left with a hole in your heart. Danny was a wonderful and caring man and will be missed by all who knew him. I'm terribly sorry for your loss and hope the fact that he's no longer in pain and is now enjoying the fruits of his labor brings you lasting comfort.

 

Kristen pruitt upton posted on 9/17/19

Rest in peace danny so sorry for your loss to the hill family danny was a really good guy i will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers

 

Erma Huntley Rhodes posted on 9/17/19

Danny was a good friend of both my brothers Wayne Huntley and Sammy Huntley. We often ran into him at Wayne's Garage. He and Wayne are in Heaven together now. Our prayers are with the family. The Huntley family: Joyce, Warren, Sammy, Gale and Erma

 

Roland and Lois hoots posted on 9/17/19

The family is in our prayers in the loss of their loved one. Danny was a friend and would go out of his way to help a person. He will be missed by all who knew him. RIP my Friend.

 

Chester and Sherry Shumaker posted on 9/17/19

Danny was not only a neighbor but also a friend. He was so caring and giving he would do anything to help a person out. He helped me in Chester tow cars for us and our boys. The family is in our prayers.

 

 

Tim & Heath Justus posted on 9/17/19

Danny was a good man, neighbor, and friend. Sorry to hear of his death. Our thoughts are with all of you. God Bless

 

 

Sam & Linda Wilson Justus posted on 9/17/19

We are sorry to hear about Danny. He was a good neighbor, always smiling and a helpful friend! When you met him, you never forgot him! My God fill your void with your good memories and God's peace that passeth all understanding. Love and prayers.

 

Victoria Banks posted on 9/17/19

So sorry for the passing of Danny. I know he is in Heaven but my prayers are with Sherry and his family. God bless all of them.

 

Beverly Hill Burdick and Robert Marlowe posted on 9/17/19

May God bless each one

 

June Case Trull posted on 9/17/19

I cannot remember a time when my cousin Danny was not around. Our mothers were sisters so our families were together all the time! I remember lots of fun times when we were all together. In our adult lives, Danny was always there to help if I needed him, with a car, or other problems. I always knew Danny would be there. We will all miss him so very much. Sherry - I love you too. You have been a part of this huge clan for a long time. My prayers and my love are with you and the girls.

 

Arthur and Pat Stepp posted on 9/17/19

Sending our thoughts and prayers for the family. Danny was a good man. We are sorry for your loss.

 

cheryl and Don Ritchey posted on 9/17/19

Danny has been a life long friend to my husband,always enjoyed hearing their antics as a kid.Danny you will be missed Prayers for all the family

 

Gayle N.Ward posted on 9/17/19

My thoughts are with the Hill family.

 

 

Elaine Parris posted on 9/17/19

So sorry for the family and community. Danny is such a wonderful person, never failed to help a friend. He will be missed.

 

 

Sandra posted on 9/17/19

Danny will be greatly missed not only by his family but by all that knew him. My prayers are with you all.

 

Sharon King posted on 9/17/19

Sorry for your loss.Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time. Danny was a great person. Cherish all the good memories. Tommy & Sharon King

 

 

Molly marshall posted on 9/17/19

Danny will truly be missed he is a great guy he has done a lot for Ted and I are over the years Towing our cars home when we didn't have the money and fixing our cars always an honest guy we will dearly miss him prayers for you and the family may God bless all of you in your time of Sorrow

 

Rhonda Pruitt posted on 9/17/19

Danny was a great person and I know he will be missed dearly I loved seeing him at the car shows around town and I know the family has lots of great memories with him to treasure

 

Crystal Strickland posted on 9/17/19

Great man very nice and very helpful

 

 

michael banks posted on 9/17/19

great friend

 

Daniel Ledford posted on 9/17/19

My condolences to the family. Danny was a really good fella. He’s helped out members of my family for most part of those 40+ years of service. I know that my family appreciated him very much. He is gonna be missed by all that knew him.

 

Brad and Kim Potts posted on 9/17/19

Danny was a good friend and would go out of his way to help anyone. We had a lot of good times and laughs. Thoughts and prayers to the family. He will be greatly missed by all.

 

Sherrie and Clay posted on 9/16/19

To The Hill family, I am so sorry to hear about Danny. He was such a good man . I always enjoyed our conversations we would have when we would run into each other. Rest in peace Danny, you put up a heck of a fight

 

Tony stepp posted on 9/16/19

Thoughts and prayers for the family.danny was a good man

 

Larry and Vicki Henderson posted on 9/16/19

What a wonderful man he was. We pray the memories you shared will bring you so much comfort when you most need it. We will continue to lift all of you in prayer. We love you!

 

Rev. Steve and Freida Bishop posted on 9/16/19

So sorry for your loss. We are praying for the family

 

Debbie Walker posted on 9/16/19

Danny always had a smile on his face. May he rest in peace

 

Sandy Poythress posted on 9/16/19

Danny was a sweet person

 

Dean Clark posted on 9/16/19

Danny was not only a great friend but was the most caring man I have ever known! I worked closely with him while I was on The Highway Patrol And Love his Family dearly! May God Bless and hold you in his arms

 

Sandy Poythress posted on 9/16/19

Fond memories of Danny at Hills Garage

 

Sandy Poythress posted on 9/16/19

Prayers for the family during this difficult time . May God comfort each one of you in every way.

 

Randy and Lisa Kessler posted on 9/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. He was a kind and caring person and helped anyone in need. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him.

 

Connie Grice Teneriello posted on 9/16/19

As long as I can remember, Danny was an amazing person. He was always there for his family. If you were in need, he would do whatever it took to help. I know we didn't have time to visit often but Danny you will be greatly missed by a lot of friends and family. I know that he is pain free and rejoicing with the angels.

 

Debra Cantrell posted on 9/16/19

Praying for you And your family, Danny will be greatly missed

 

 

Sarah posted on 9/16/19

Praying for you all. Danny will be missed by all who knew him

 

Rene' Stepp posted on 9/16/19

so sorry for the loss to your family and community.Praying for comfort and love through the Spirit

 

 

Wayne and Aline Buckner posted on 9/16/19

So sorry for your loss and Praying for Danny's family...may Angels wrap their wings around you all...

 

 

DAVID & DIANE TURNER posted on 9/16/19

We are going to miss you Our Dear Friend and Family....I know that you are in better place now and No pain! You will remain in Our Hearts Until We see you Again..God Bless All the Family and We Will help lookout for Sherry....

 

Duane posted on 9/16/19

“ Sorry to hear about the loss of Peggy .”

 

Linda Holbert posted on 9/15/19

This is both in memory of Jim and Pat Peeler. I lived beside Jim and Pat for 20 years and watched them raise their children. I’ve never known two. finer people then Jim and Pat Peeler they were full of love and compassion for everybody that They met . They were an inspiration to me in every way I knew Pat slightly better than I did Jim we were the best of friends, you could count on Jim or Pat for anything at anytime. My beloved late husband Doug Holbert was Jim‘s first cousin Doug was born two days before Jim, Doug and Jim were cut out of some of the same cloth both wonderful people. Doug passed 02/02/02 Jim and Pat were there beside his bed one of the last few days of his life . Jim prayed that day, and if you know Jim well you knew when Jim prayed it really really got to you. Even though Doug was in a deep coma It got through to Doug I know because there had been not a blink of an eye or a twitch until Jim prayed and I saw a big tear rolled down Doug‘s cheek that was the very last thing that was ever seen From Doug. Jim & Pat Peeler I will never ever forget them and my heart is broken that they are no longer here with their children and the rest of the world two such wonderful wonderful people,I have never known.

 

Beth, Bob, and Kaila Eckstein posted on 9/15/19

Dani and Family, you all are in our thoughts. May your good memories give you peace!

 

Russ Martin posted on 9/15/19

Connie, I was so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Bob was my buddy at Mountain Explorers for almost five years. We delighted in joking and bantering with each other. I miss everyone at Mountain Care but will especially miss Bob. He will always be remembered. Take care of yourself.

 

 

Suzanne Russell posted on 9/14/19

Remembering you in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

Nina Carlos posted on 9/13/19

He's an angel watching over you. May he R.I.P. Many blessings❤ your way for comfort.

 

Darlene H Hyder posted on 9/12/19

My condolences.

 

Sharon King posted on 9/12/19

Jim's family, So sorry for your loss. our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time. I worked with Jim at GE for several years. We went to church with Jim & Pat. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time. Jim was a great man , he will be missed . Tommy & Sharon King

 

Anthony "Amp" Ward posted on 9/12/19

Peeler family, My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I got a chance to work with Jim at the GE warehouse and played ball against and with him out at Jackson Park. He was a terrific person and i really enjoyed my time around him.

 

 

Michelle Carter posted on 9/12/19

Karen and all family we are so sorry to learn of the passing of your grandmother. You have our love and prayers. God bless each of you. Love in Christ, Gary and Michelle Carter

 

 

Diane Hubbard posted on 9/12/19

I'm so very sorry for your loss. Peggy was my dearest and best friend since our childhood together. I miss her. You'll always be in my heart. I love you Peggy!

 

Joe Thompson posted on 9/12/19

Jim's family, So sorry for your loss. Jim was great friend and Sunday school teacher. Every one that knew him, will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family,cherish all the family memories. Joe & Marilyn Thompson

 

Chris Valery posted on 9/12/19

Bob, It was always a pleasure to see you at the dental office and i remember fondly talking to you about bicycle riding. Your positive vibe was so uplifting to me. RIP. Connie, my deepest sympathy to you, with love- Chris

 

Theresa Perdue posted on 9/12/19

A wonderful friend and Sunday School teacher. Praying for you all.

 

There's Perdue posted on 9/12/19

Jim was a great Sunday School Teacher and friend. May God give you strength, and peace during this time. Praying and love to the entire family.

 

Anne Kime posted on 9/12/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you, Connie, and family. We enjoyed spending carpool time with Bob.

 

AASF2 posted on 9/11/19

During this time of grieving may you also find comfort in the loving memories you have forever. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. May God Bless.

 

Sue Arrowood Pearson posted on 9/11/19

TO the Ross,and Brigman Families, My heart is so sad, I have such fond memories of Linda, and all the years that we grew up together, and her coming to our house while Stanley, and my Daddy hunted most all night.Those days I shall never forget...My prayers are with all of you, Kim, Allard, Anthony, and Grace.love all of you

 

Sue Arrowood Pearson posted on 9/11/19

To all the Peeler family, my prayers are with you.God bless each of you.

 

David and Karen Mouw posted on 9/11/19

We met the Rhudy's when they ran the Snowbird Mt Lodge and we were working in nearby Robbinsville. They were strong supporters of Robbinsville United Methodist Church where Karen worked, and always gracious hosts of ourselves, or church groups, at the lodge. In the events section is an uploaded picture of one of the hikes we took together to the white rock at the top of Shining Rock wilderness near Waynesville, NC. Bob was always up to the challange of a hard hike or bike ride, or anything else hard he came up against in life. I'll never forget visiting him in the hospital when he was unconscious after a car struck him as he was bike riding, and threw him clear over the top of the car onto the 4 lane pavement. How he ever came back from that to make a complete recovery, I'll never know. He had a lot of will power....that's for sure.

 

Julie posted on 9/11/19

I’m so sorry to hear about Peggy. And I’m sorry we lost touch over the last few years. She is a wonderful, sweet, loving, caring person. I always enjoyed our trips and going out to dinner eat. Never leave doing something thinking that you’ll do it later. I love you, Peggy.

 

Ron Aliciene posted on 9/11/19

Thanks Bob being my Mentor and Idol. You enriched my life with your positive attitude, riding with me in your always red jersey, and of course the jokes. From the schnauzer to the insurrection joke. Rest In Peace my friend. The world lost a Truly amazing man .

 

S. Larson posted on 9/11/19

You'll forever be in our hearts. -- The Mountain Explorers Gang

 

 

Patrick Ballard posted on 9/11/19

Thank God for a good Godly neighbor, Mr. Jim Peeler. Prayers at this time, Rev. P.R. Ballard

 

Leigh Warlick/ Home Helpers posted on 9/11/19

We are so sorry to hear for your loss. Home Helpers helped her when she needed us and she was one of our most favorite clients. We wish all could be as sweet and kind as she was. We were all so surprised that she left us so soon. She will be missed.

 

Erma Huntley Rhodes posted on 9/11/19

Ross and Brigman family, we are so sorry to hear of your loss of Linda. Our prayers and thoughts are with each one of you. The Maude and TC Huntley family, Joyce Huntley Patton and Warren, Sam and Gail Huntley and Erma Huntley Rhodes

 

Erma Huntley Rhodes posted on 9/11/19

Peeler family, we are so sorry to hear of your loss of Jim. Our prayers are with all of your family, The Maude and TC Huntley family: Erma Huntley, Sam & Gail Huntley and Joyce Huntley Patton and Warren

 

Peggy and Gary Waldron posted on 9/11/19

Kimberly and family. I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing and can only say how sorry I am. I am sure you have fond memories to help you through this time. Hugs and prayers to all.

 

Dixie Maxwell Garren posted on 9/11/19

I’m so sorry. Love and prayers!

 

MaryAnn Phillips posted on 9/11/19

Jim was a wonderful kind man I enjoyed many days playing volleyball at GEEA with him when we worked at GE together he was competitive and a great sport he loved to laugh and his legacy will live on through the memories of his family my thoughts and prayers are with each of you

 

Jean Nichols posted on 9/11/19

Prayers for the family. Jim was a wonderful person. May God’s love and presence surround you.

 

Ben & Maxine Israel posted on 9/11/19

Jim was a wonderful SS teacher and friend and will truly be missed by all. Love to his sweet sweet family

 

 

Mitzi Davis posted on 9/11/19

Jim and Pat will always have a special place in my heart. They have always been there for my family and. I will always remember when my Mother would bake a Raw apple cake, she said "I have to make two, one for home and one for Jim". I had the honor to stay with Violet when she had surgery and help out, and Jim and Pat in trusted me to babysit their lovely children. Jamie, April, Michelle and Arron my prayers are with you all and you all will always hold a special place in my heart.

 

Mary Perorazio posted on 9/11/19

To the family of Jim Peeler I offer my heartfelt condolences. Your father sounds like a wonderful man. He left you with riches beyond a monetary value. The wonderful memories you all made together. Allow yourselves time to grieve together and in your own time rejoice in the time you had with him. I pray you will find peace in his leaving you so soon and just know that our loving God has welcomed him to his heavenly kingdom. To April, Bobby and the boys we all love you and pray for your comfort at this very sad time.

 

Enoch DeHart posted on 9/11/19

Jim will always live on in the hearts and minds of family and friends. To me he was a lifelong friend, mentor and someone I too had many adventures with growing up. I also had the honor of him being best man at my wedding. Jim and Pat will forever have a special place in my heart till we meet again in a wonderful reunion ,

 

Susan Geike-Lyon posted on 9/10/19

Oh how I loved Stan and all the wonderful memories of him and the One World Coffee House. Thanks to Stan the world is a better place. My deepest condolences to all his family. We will have a memorial in Bismarck ND

 

Annette Stepp posted on 9/9/19

So sorry to hear of Dan's passing! He was a sweet man and I missed seeing you at Mt Moriah. I know he is in God's presence with that big smile on his face. Will you in my prayers!❤️

 

Misty Carter posted on 9/7/19

Thank you all for the lovely prayers! I'm crying reading all of them

 

Karen Matzke posted on 9/5/19

I knew Janet through our quilting guild in Florida. She was a dear, very positive and creative soul. She will be missed. My sympathies to her family.

 

Jettie Minucci posted on 9/5/19

My sincere condolences to Janet’s family. She was a sweet presence at our quilt guild meetings and shows.

 

Diana P. posted on 9/5/19

Dottie was an amazing spirit that was generous, gentle and kind. She lit up a room with her smile and went out of her way to spread Love in this world. In just the brief time I knew her, I loved her and was grateful to see her every time she came into where I work. She was always giving us all little candies and treats and taking time out of her day to chat with you and hear how you were doing. She is missed. I know Heaven is a brighter place since she got her wings! :)

 

Patricia Corbosiero posted on 9/4/19

Aunt Patty, I know that the family misses you very much and prayers for the Martin and Siebert family.

 

Ralph Esposito posted on 9/2/19

Dottie, such a lovely person. She put a smile on my face every time we chatted. Living accross from Dottie, Cathelene and I enjoyed exchanging goodies with her, and she never missed leaving the kindest thank you notes on our porch along with her own special goodies. A more pleasant and kind person I will never know. Rest In Peace.

 

Roland and Lois Hoots posted on 9/2/19

The Family is in our thoughts and prayers in the passing of their loved one. Brother Dan was a friend who enjoyed life and friends. I enjoyed knowing and talking with him. RIP my friend till we meet again.

 

 

Jim Vogel posted on 9/2/19

There are so many precious memories I have of Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Tony. Theresa and I went to many dances with them and they even had a house picked out for us on Barone Ave. That was before Rt 390.I enjoyed my many conversation with her after Theresa died. She will be missed but the memories will last. God Bless the entire Barone Family

 

Simon Turner. Australia posted on 9/2/19

Met the best American family in Singapore in 1976 They share there home,food and memories like no tomorrow to a complete stranger Just like to say Pat Siebert was a giant rock to all Never be forgotten

 

Kim and David Arrowood posted on 9/2/19

Julie was such a good friend of mine for many years. We have loved her so much! I have been thinking about her all week and just saw her obituary tonight. She was a very important part of the Tracy Grove Community Club. We talked every few weeks and we are really going to miss her. I love you Julie and I know you are an angel now. I just wish we could have talked again before you passed. Our prayers are with all of your family. You will be missed so much in this community and as a very close friend.

 

Kenneth Perkins posted on 9/1/19

Will cherish many travel adventures and discussions on global warming and nuclear proliferation. He offered passive words in his quiet demeanor. Our family has an "empty chair without his presence". The Ken and Lorraine Perkins family

 

Moore posted on 9/1/19

Keeping you guys in our thoughts and prayers...

 

Jerry & Brenda Senn & family posted on 8/31/19

Misty, so sorry for your loss. What a blessing she was to you and family. Your loss in heaven’s gain. Praying for you.

 

Ruth Gaddy posted on 8/30/19

Dottie told me our choir at Trinity Methodist church was a very good one.

 

Vicky Slagle posted on 8/30/19

Thoughts and prayers for the Siebert family.

 

Lynn & Santo Romeo posted on 8/30/19

Our regrets for your loss. We're sorry we didn't get to know Dan before his health began to decline. Hugs to you all.

 

The Jerry Mintz family posted on 8/30/19

Our condolences to you and your family .. God bless you and give you peace

 

Leslie Martin posted on 8/30/19

Aunt Patty, you will be dearly missed and loving memories cherished by the Martin family.

 

Alicia (thomson) oleson posted on 8/30/19

I am so sorry for your loss ..nanny was suck a loving lady ..I loved going to nanny and papaws house with shannon and lord never tell that woman you were bored she would make us clean it didnt matter who you were you was family to her ...she is in a better place now and no more suffering..she will be greatly missed

 

Alex Terri and family posted on 8/30/19

RIP Mr. Hanniffy. Family in our thoughts and prayers

 

Kristi Kicklighter posted on 8/29/19

Praying for your family.

 

 

Tina Cannon Ball posted on 8/29/19

Cousins, I am so blessed to have had your mom in my life.I would see your parents when they visited your Uncle Connie and Aunt Grace in Mountain Home and when we attended Sunday services at Antioch. My Jr and Sr Year at West High I rotated interning at Pardee and I got to work with her.She shared with my grandmother Grace's an earthly Birthday August 31st but now they can celebrate a Heavenly Birthday together! God Bless all of my cousins.

 

Kareem Arrushdi posted on 8/29/19

The world has lost a loving, understanding person. We would meet once a year to discuss financials,our families, life (and the challenges of raising kids). A quiet, thoughtful listener, gently sharing her fountain of wisdom.. Always managed to rasise her spirits and have a positive attitude, no matter that she was in a constant battle with her health. I woke up Monday morning, thinking about her, as we had not spoken in 3 months. It must have been her touch, and I am blessed. Sincerely, Kareem.

 

Lynn posted on 8/29/19

Mr Marcone was my Driver's Ed instructor at East. He was nice, funny, and so very genuine. The Marcone family will be in my prayers.

 

 

Becky Siebert posted on 8/28/19

Such a lovely and vibrant Lady.

 

John Crawford posted on 8/28/19

Frieda and Bill, I just learned of the death of Carly, your granddaughter. Donna and I are praying for all of you in this time of grief and sorrow. We pray Christ will hold you in His hands and heart and give you some comfort and peace in the days, weeks and months ahead.

 

 

Michelle Carter posted on 8/28/19

Dear precious family we are so sorry for the loss of sweet little Carly. What a gift from God she was....walking sunshine. Our hearts break with you and we will pray for you every day. Our gracious loving God will see you through. With all our love, Gary and Michelle Carter

 

Donnie and Karen Walker posted on 8/27/19

Misty, Donnie and I love you and please know we are praying for you now and in the days to come.

 

Debbie Walser posted on 8/27/19

Misty, as I saw the rain this morning, I thought God is crying! He isn't crying for Carlie because she is happy. He is crying with you because He knows what it is like to lose a child! He is walking beside you and even carrying you! I love you!!!

 

Kristi Johnson posted on 8/27/19

Dear Misty and Family...Our love and prayers are extended to you during this time. Carly was a bright spot in so many lives. Please know we love you all and are here if there is anything we can do.

 

 

Glenn and Karen Banning posted on 8/27/19

Prayers for comfort and peace

 

 

Glenn and Karen Banning posted on 8/27/19

Prayers for comfort and peace.

 

Beth Camp posted on 8/27/19

Misty and family , I am deeply sorry for your loss of your precious Carly. Prayers for you all in the next years to come. Know I think of you often

 

June and William Smith posted on 8/27/19

I always enjoyed reading about the things that Carly did and said and I prayed for her right along with so many others. My heart is broken for the family, but the assurance of life with our Lord and Carly being there waiting for you is something to look forward to. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Eli Clonch and Lauren Clonch, and the Clonch family posted on 8/27/19

Carly & Eli were on the Glenn Marlow Spelling Bee team that competed and won the Henderson County competition in 5th grade. Eli & Lauren both remember Carly's smile and laughter. She was a special person, and she will be missed by all of her classmates. May the Carter family feel comfort in knowing how special Carly was to her peers. Prayers your way during this difficult time.

 

Pat Ward posted on 8/26/19

Misty and family my husband and I use to bring our granddaughters Aubery and Jessica James to bible school and AWANA, Jessica is the same age as Carley she and I do not have words to tell how sorry we are for your lost but we know she is in heaven no longer needing a wheelchair she is healed but I know you will miss her her smile was contagious God's peace to you and your family Pat Ward

 

John, Lorraine, Lynn & Krisma Sellers posted on 8/26/19

Please accept my deepest condolences for your family's loss. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you. Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort. God Bless!

 

Aaron and Amber Lisenbee posted on 8/26/19

Prayers for Misty and the family of this precious girl! Thanking God for that glad reunion day! Carly is perfectly healed and in the arms of her Savior!

 

Pat Salter posted on 8/26/19

I remember Dottie from long ago, when she worked at the makeup counter in Woolworths, I believe. Then my husband Jim and I had the pleasure of enjoying her friendship and hiking with her for many years. She was such a sweet lady, and will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

 

 

Debbie Ford posted on 8/26/19

Dear Misty and Family... I am deeply saddened by the news of Carly's passing. I know that without a doubt she is with Jesus and is totally healed! You and your family have always been an inspiration to me for many years. May God bless you during this time and hold you close in His Precious Arms of Love. I didn't ever see Carly but she had a beautiful smile on her face! She will be sorely missed by many. Much love to you and your family, Debbie Reemes Ford, Carlos, and Amanda

 

Janet, David, Sue, Martin, Irene Stangel (and Luki) posted on 8/26/19

We are so sorry to hear that Carly is no longer with her family here on earth. There is nothing more precious than a child and that child knows the Savior, Jesus Christ. Our prayers are with each of you during this very difficult time.

 

Joy Buckner posted on 8/26/19

Misty, Frieda & Bill. My heart goes out to the enitre family. Carly would light up a room when she entered. I always looked forward to seeing her when Bill would bring her to work. Her smile and personality was Beautiful. My love to all of you and praying for the family.

 

Bobby, Ashley, and Barrett Branks posted on 8/26/19

Misty, RJ, and family: Carly was such an inspiration to all of us! She was a light in this dark world and definitely embodied "let others see Jesus in you"! Heaven is brighter with her in it and Earth is duller. So thankful that she is whole now and with our Savior! Know that we are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers and love you dearly! <3

 

Joe and Linda Brittain posted on 8/26/19

Our prayers for comfort and peace are lifted up for all of you. We are so sorry for the loss of your precious child.

 

EmmaLee Sitton posted on 8/26/19

I will miss seeing that sweet smile every Friday after school when she came in the creamery to get her some ice cream! Praying for her precious family and everyone who was blessed with a chance to meet her.

 

Ginger Leonard House posted on 8/26/19

I’m sorry I retired too soon to have Carly in my class. I understand she was a loved young lady and will be sorely missed by many.

 

Shane Bradley posted on 8/26/19

Misty Bill and Freida. So sorry for you loss. May's Gods blessing be with all of you. Heaven just got sweeter and makes going home one day knowing all our family will be there waiting for us. Love and prayers to all of you.

 

Donna King posted on 8/26/19

Praying for Gods peace for you and your family during this time.

 

TINA M ANDERSON posted on 8/26/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I know she was a special light that has gone too soon. RJ and Misty you are in my prayers.

 

Susan Ross posted on 8/26/19

I loved seeing Dottie at the Red Cross center on Edgewood where she volunteered. She was such darling positive person and I looked forward to seeing her every time I gave blood. You couldn't help but leave with a smile after being in Dottie's presence. RIP sweet Dottie. You'll be missed.

 

Kaitlyn Pittman posted on 8/26/19

I volunteered in the library at Marlow about five years ago. It was a Friday so each class got to play instead of working. Carly’s class came in, and I was wandering between groups of students encouraging them in their fun. Carly (whom my mom, the computer lab teacher, had told me a little bit about) asked me to play with her and her group of friends. Of course I couldn’t say no. After playing with them for a while, Carly looked up at me with a huge grin and said “Do you know who I love?” Expecting her to say her mom or dad, a friend, or Jesus, I asked “Who?” Her smile broadened and her eyes sparkled, and she said “You!” I chuckled, thanked her, and told her I loved her too. But that small moment in time is something I have carried with me ever since. It reminds me of how we are called to love all people, as they are made in the image of God. Carly’s loving spirit is immensely impactful! I am praying for her family, and am praising God that she is dwelling in His presence!

 

Patricia Mintz posted on 8/26/19

God bless and keep you in His peace . I heard about Carley ant the ladies luncheon at Mt. Gilead.

 

Tamara Styles posted on 8/26/19

What a beautiful little girl and an inspiration to us all! We are praying for your family. Big hugs and much love, Teigan and Tamara Styles

 

 

nancy strickland posted on 8/26/19

carly was a very sweet lil girl i meet a serveral times my thought and prayers are with carter family rest in peace sweet carly

 

April Mull posted on 8/25/19

I'm so sorry for the loss of your sweet girl. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

Maureen Johnson posted on 8/25/19

Carly was in my art class last year and she was adored by her fellow students and myself. She really did light up the room with her smile and make us all laugh with her spunk! I am sending my love and prayers to her family through this difficult time.

 

 

Kay and Rodney Ort posted on 8/25/19

Praying for all of you. I know this young lady is sitting at the hand of Jesus. Happy and healthy in heaven.

 

Janet Steadmsn posted on 8/25/19

Sorry for your loss of such a young chilf. May God be with you.

 

Lisa Eberhardt posted on 8/25/19

Carly and all her family will be in our thoughts and prayers. As a fellow Marlow Family, our hearts go out to you. May you feel God's love lift you up and comfort you.

 

April Briggs posted on 8/25/19

Misty, my heart is broken at the news of loosing sweet Carly. I want you to know that Carly’s smile, humor, and strength will always be remembered. Carly’s PICU “girls” sure did love her and you!! I pray that you feel God’s loving arms around you during this time including the weeks, months, and years to come! Carly never doubted how loved she was by you and your family.

 

Aida Sierra posted on 8/25/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Please know we are sending prayers and condolences for your whole family.

 

 

Matthew and Alyssia ingle posted on 8/25/19

Prayers for the family we love you Carly

 

Amy Brown posted on 8/25/19

I remember Debbie always talking about Carlie. She surely loves that little girl. She always said she had a name that sounded like a country music singer. She was so proud of her. I'm so sorry for your loss. Please know your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Shelia McClellan posted on 8/25/19

prayers for the Family that GOD would send comfort during these difficult times, So sorry for your loss

 

Sarah Crawford posted on 8/25/19

Carly is a young woman that showed more resilience than most show in a lifetime. She was tough, she was strong, and she was a warrior. I will be forever changed because of my time with her. She taught me about myself and what is truly important in life!

 

 

Laurie Rigg posted on 8/25/19

God is lucky to have gained such a joyful, spirited young lady. Carly and her determined spirit will be missed at Rugby Middle.

 

H.E. & Nellie Wilkie posted on 8/25/19

Carly was such an inspiration to all who knew her. Prayers are going up for RJ, Misty, and all her family who loved her so much. I can't imagine the pain of losing a child or grandchild, but I pray you will find comfort in knowing that God loved us enough to send His Son to die on a cross to make a way for us to see Carly again.

 

Debbie Bagwell posted on 8/25/19

It was such a joy to watch Carly flit around her church bringing joy to each one she choose to talk with. Seeing her earnestly pray in the altar was a blessing. Bro Mike and I count it a privilege to have known such a great Christian

 

Amy Hensley posted on 8/25/19

Sweet Carly, you were so kind and loving. I remember the first Sunday you came to church and have loved watching you grow. You were my “spine buddy”. Your love and special light will forever be remembered.

 

 

Frank & Brenda Wells posted on 8/25/19

Sweet sweet Carly...you have been such an inspiration.....in the arms of our Lord....home at last

 

 

Jessica Saams metcalf posted on 8/25/19

I remember seeing her at church and just thinking that she was beautiful and so special. I also got to meet Misty in Sunday school several years ago. Such a special family. I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for you in the days to come!

 

Josh and Kathy Lanning posted on 8/25/19

Misty, I know Carley will always be your little Crooky! She was a wonderful young lady and an inspiration to everyone. We love you and your family very much.

 

Kristen Fletcher posted on 8/25/19

Carly, I love you, and will forever hold you in my heart. You are kind, selfless, strong, and beautiful in every way imaginable. I am honored to have been a part of your journey here, and to have had the opportunity to call you a part of me. Thank you for teaching me the true meaning of strength and selflessness, to smile even at our darkest, hardest places. You are an angel, and I will forever remember your generosity towards others! May God be with you always, and keep you safely in his arms. My deepest sympathy goes to Misty and family, as I cannot imagine your pain. ♥️ I love you Carly, sail swiftly sweetheart ~

 

Amanda Owenby posted on 8/25/19

I'll never forget all the facetime moments spent so that you could talk to the doggies sweet girl! I love you bunches!

 

Kayla Moore posted on 8/25/19

Carly, my sweet, beautiful angel. So many amazing memories. Thank you for showing me what selfless love is. RJ, Misty, and family - I love y’all. Know that your child brightened SO many lives. God knew what he was doing by making you both her parents.

 

Scott K Spencer posted on 8/25/19

I knew Dottie since I was a child, having been her neighbor for over fifty years. She was one of the most loving and caring individuals I've ever had the pleasure of knowing, having provided me great comfort when my own mother passed away six years ago. I will sorely miss her but take comfort in knowing that she is now with our Creator. I love you, Dottie!

 

Scott K Spencer posted on 8/25/19

I have known Dottie since I was a child, having been her neighbor for over fifty five years. She was one of the most loving and caring individuals that I have ever known. She provided me comfort when my own mother passed away six years ago and I will sorely miss you, Dottie. But I am happy that you are no longer suffering and have gone home to our Creator!

 

Carolyn May posted on 8/25/19

Dottie was a beloved member of our Trinity United Methodist family. She was an inspiration to all who knew her in her living and her dying. She will missed by all of us who loved her.

 

Peggy Rich posted on 8/25/19

I'm in shock to see that Mike has passed on. I'm so sorry for your loss, Wanda and Rebecca, and all of your family. I'm trying to find a phone number so I can call Wanda. Much love brand prayers. Peggy

 

Peggy Rich posted on 8/25/19

Peggy Rich

 

 

Linda Pike posted on 8/25/19

Carly’s performance in last year’s Christmas play was unforgettable

 

Sheri Osteen posted on 8/22/19

Dear Alton and family, my prayers are with you. I know you will miss your mother dearly but she will not suffer anymore and she will be waiting for you. Until then, keep pressing on and God will give you strength. God bless all of you!

 

Tina Cannon Ball posted on 8/19/19

Tonya always had an uplifting inspirational phrase to share with me no matter whatever was going on in my life. We would only see each other now and then since high school but we were always able to pick up from our last encounter. This last year has been extra inspiring to get to share an email or two with each other.

 

Dianne W Davis posted on 8/17/19

To Peggy and the children: Please accept my condolences in your loss of Max. Though we had not seen you for many years my memories are fond of you each one. You are in my prayers. I lost a Richard in February.

 

 

Karen Tesny posted on 8/17/19

Linda, my Philly Gal, My deepest sympathy to you Linda. I, like everyone else who knew Kathy Ann, am saddened & shocked to learn of her passing. Kathy was a strong, patient, understanding, rock solid caring soul & friend; and it is at times like this, we all feel the same. The wayfarer’s group you both held in your sacred space(s) brought many to a safe place of camaraderie, fellowship & healing light. Linda, know you are loved & support is a phone call away. I realize there is no avenue to ease your pain; and because you loved each other so much, will grieve equally as much. Linda, I am grateful for having met the both of you, through Bo. You & Kathy are forever a part of my heart & soul. I hold you close in spirit ... praying for strength, hope, faith & longsuffering for the journey ahead. Reflect upon the good times, as well as how you endured & survived the trials of life & hard times together. Memories hold a treasure trove of those moments, which gave your union together unimaginable joy, gratitude, healing, & the greatest gift of life … Love … to know & to share. Our “Bo” is in good company. Namaste my friend, Karen Tesny

 

Pat Taylor posted on 8/17/19

My deepest sympathy goes out to Susannah and Winston and the family. I still can't grasp this. I will greatly miss how Bob would take my hand and say "Hey, baby girl, how you doing?" (as I stopped to visit on my rounds at the market). That brightened even the dreariest of days. I'm so sorry for this loss especially for Susannah. You had something very special, all too rare, so precious. I'm honored to have known Bob. Such a good man. May his memory be a blessing.

 

Cindy Ray posted on 8/17/19

Praying for the family during this time.

 

Alton Connor posted on 8/15/19

To my precious Mother in Heaven ~ There are no words to express how much I love you and how much I miss you. As much as we all miss you, we would never want you to still be here suffering as you were especially those last few weeks. You had the most precious, angelic expression on your face as you took that last breath last Thursday evening and that is a memory I will cherish always. You were the best Mother that anyone could have ever wanted ... your love for us was unconditional and you had that same love for your grandchildren and your two precious little great-grandsons. We will make sure Noah and Jude know all about their wonderful great-grandmother and how much she loved them and how much joy they brought to your heart! We are so thankful to know that one day soon, we will be reunited in Heaven for all eternity, never to be separated again. With All My Love ...

 

Dianne Miller posted on 8/15/19

May God continue to walk you through this valley ... His peace will sustain you both... Praying for you both during this time !

 

Sharon Edmundson Packer posted on 8/15/19

I am in prayer for comfort during your time of grief. Condolences for the loss of your precious mother.

 

Mary Case Bellinger posted on 8/14/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Our family will remember each of you in our prayers. I cam remember staying with Mama Drake and Doyce bringing her mail. Always a smile on his. Mary Case Bellinger. (Argie Case daughter)

 

Judith Bennett Wallace posted on 8/14/19

God bless this precious woman, another mentor who watched over us and cheered us on. We are in prayer for your family as they face the difficult days and weeks ahead. With love, prayers and blessings.

 

Diane M Lapp posted on 8/14/19

he was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed.

 

Louise Powell Blosch posted on 8/14/19

My condolences to your sweet Susannah and family. So glad we got to meet you both in Asheville. Memories of being on the farm in the summer will linger until we meet again above.

 

Marie Hardin Beale posted on 8/14/19

Aunt Caroline was an inspiration to me about determination and optimism, and about taking what life gives you with grace and poise. I will always remember the gentle kindness, cheerfulness and love she showed towards me, my husband, and my children as well as her brother, James- my father.

 

Mike & Chrissy Streeter posted on 8/13/19

Bob was a good man. We were honored to be his friends. He will be missed. May God bless him and his Susannah. We love you both.

 

 

Sharon Ladniet posted on 8/13/19

Max, my dear cousin- I will miss you and am so thankful and proud to be a part of your life. My heartfelt love and sympathies go out to Peggy and children. You and Peggy had the love we all look and pray for. Even as a kid I saw it . Rest easy cuz and say hi to everyone for me. Til we meet again, I love you

 

Ken Rainey (Mary) posted on 8/13/19

The fond memories of a life representing joyful exuberance; creativity and love for others, helps us bear the sadness of this absence. Rest In Peace, Max. We love you.

 

Carole L Anderson posted on 8/13/19

A very brave man fighting a tough battle. May God take care of him now. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Joe Lacotte posted on 8/12/19

So many wonderful memories of growing up with my cousin Bobby. Those that stand out in my memory are the family reunions, Lacotte and Powell family day trips to the shore (especially riding in the backseat of Uncle Art's blue Mercury), holiday visits, riding down Landing Road on the back of Bobby's homemade go-cart and among other memories, the thrill of riding in Bobby's car to Fortescue. He will be missed.

 

Mary Chance posted on 8/12/19

My paper delivery boy for a long tie

 

Paula G. posted on 8/11/19

Susannah, I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss seeing Bob.... his wave and sweet smile coming and going. I know he was your rock. Remember, if I can help you in any way, please let me know. I am sure he is watching down on you and Winston and will always be close in your heart. May God light your way through the coming days. You are in my thoughts. Paula

 

Elmira Kenney Marcucci posted on 8/11/19

Remembering so many things from our youth living in Newport with our families. I remember when my brother Rudy and Bobby would go on double dates and even have dances in our family room for all their age relatives and cousins (We were not allowed in as we were the younger sisters and would sit on the stairs and listen in and sometimes peek in). My deepest sympathy to his family from myself, Judy, Rudy, and Naomi.

 

Karen Coughlin (LPC) posted on 8/11/19

I just learned of Joyce's passing. I am so sorry. I got to know Joyce at the LPC fitness center. We bonded over the stories of our sons lives. She was one of the most sweetest, honest and funniest woman I have ever met. I will love her and miss her. Sincerely Karen Coughlin

 

Peggy Fisher Johaningsmeir posted on 8/10/19

Lee, Kim and Erika, My love to you as you miss Sandy. I’m so sorry to learn of her struggle with cancer and her passing in February. I cherish our friendship back in Sleepy Eye, and thank God for your presence In our lives. God’s peace be with you. Peggy Johaningsmeir

 

Dave and Bev Johnson posted on 8/10/19

Shea and Dwayne, Thinking about you and your family.

 

 

Sue Smith posted on 8/9/19

She was an avid knitter and gave me some very useful information

 

Tim Trull posted on 8/8/19

Lee and Sharon, so sorry for your loss.

 

Jack Murphy posted on 8/8/19

I was one of Brendan's Academy classmates, and I remember his smile, his sense of humor, and his stories. I also remember his Karmann Gia - on a Saturday night it was the slowest car on the road from Denver to the Academy as cadets in their muscle cars rushed to get back before curfew. I will miss Brendan.

 

Nancy Viehmeyer posted on 8/8/19

Brendan will be sorely missed although we didn't get together often.

 

Nancy Allison Brewer posted on 8/8/19

Dad’s birthday is was a special day for my dad ,he always enjoyed saying his birthday is 08/08. I really miss our special time together to celebrate his day . I truly miss his Laughter and his love!! Always in my heart and on my mind. I love and miss him. Happy Birthday Daddy

 

Tack hamby posted on 8/8/19

Brendan, a fine man ,but my great steading force as roommate quiet strong , a truly good man.

 

Rick Knoll posted on 8/8/19

We will miss him

 

 

Tammy Burnette Lowry posted on 8/8/19

Thinking of yall Sharon&Lee...So Sorry

 

Tammy Burnette Lowry posted on 8/8/19

Grew up in same neighborhood,always thought of Gail as a Beautiful and caring lady,always looking classy.So sorry for your loss Sharon& Lee.Tammy

 

Jim Piper posted on 8/8/19

Brendan was a great friend to all his Academy classmates, especially to those of us in 20th Squadron who knew him well. We are all sorry for his loss

 

Richard and Lois Stepp posted on 8/8/19

Dwaine, we wish You and Your Family the Best during this difficult time. We know the pain of losing a parent, and are in prayer for You and Yours. God Bless You All.

 

Hermanita Marable posted on 8/7/19

My condolences are with The Durham family in the passing of Mr. Durham. He was such an amazing man with a smile that would light the entire Ciry of Hendersonville. He will be missed by all who knew him. May God bless The Durham family, knowing Doyce has reached his eternal life with God. Rest in Peace Doyce Respectfully, Hermanita Marable

 

Danny Johnson posted on 8/7/19

Sue's love of life, laughter, determination and dedication to the hospice community will linger long in the hearts of all who knew and love her. She freely shared her spirit and passion for living life to the fullest with us all. My condolences to Sue's family, Margaret and her many friends.

 

LuVerne Haydock posted on 8/7/19

I remember her from the Valley Clinic. My condolences to you all.

 

 

Sharon W Johnson posted on 8/7/19

Dwayne & Shea, We're sorry to hear of your father's death. We will be praying for comfort and peace for you and your family. You were so kind to us when my mom & dad were sick and then passed. May God bless you with love and cherished memories! Faithfully, Steve & Sharon Johnson

 

Henry&Mary Valites posted on 8/7/19

Sorry For Your Loss , our prayers are with you and your family

 

Kathy Deaver posted on 8/7/19

I am so sorry for your loss! Praying for the whole family for comfort during this sad and hard time.

 

ROSIE posted on 8/6/19

MY HEART ACHES FOR ALL OF YOU AND MYSELF.I'VE LOST A DEAR FRIEND.WE CALLED EACH OTHER SISTER.PRAYING FOR PEACE AND COMFORT FOR ALL OF YOU.

 

Wendydawn, Jake, and Taylor Brindley posted on 8/6/19

May God bless everyone with peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

 

Melissa Montalbano posted on 8/6/19

My deepest condolences to you all.

 

Chad & Lisa Caldwell posted on 8/6/19

Our heart felt condolences to the family.

 

Lorraine and John Caropreso posted on 8/6/19

We are so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Rich and Kelli Egnaczak posted on 8/6/19

Our heartfelt condolences to you all.

 

Robert Elias Ballard posted on 8/6/19

Prayers and condolences to the Durham family. I was blessed to know and work with Doyce at Cranston Print Works in the late 1970’s. He was always a kind good hearted man. His integrity was beyond reproach earning him respect by all those with whom he worked.

 

 

marvin woody redden posted on 8/4/19

lot of good memories of my first cousin joyce, its been many years since iv seen her, but when those trumphets blow in the morning and the dead in Christ rise then we will all be together for eternity. may you rest in peace till gesus comes amen

 

 

woody redden posted on 8/4/19

woody marvin redden

 

Deborah A Cook posted on 8/4/19

I Will Always Remember My Best BI-LO Friend That I Ever Worked With. With Lots Of Love At This Time Of Grief. Farewell My Dear Friend Heaven Will Be A Much Better Place For Their Special Angel. Love Always Deb Cook

 

John and Gracie Nix posted on 8/4/19

Jauhnell and Family Words are never adequate in moments like these. We will say though, that our hearts go out to you and your family .There’s a special place in all of our hearts for Doyce, You must continue to carry his memory in that special place in your heart. We are sincerely sorry for the loss of Doyce. I had the pleasure of knowing Doyce for 70 + years and working with him at Cranston for many , many years. A true gentleman at all times. After the tears have dried and the goodbyes have been said, all we have is happy memories that we’ve shared with our loved ones. “A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. God is our refuge and strength, and may he comfort you in these times.

 

Louie and Kathleen Chavis posted on 8/3/19

Rena' and Rick, we are so sorry to hear this sad news. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We have a couple of great pictures of your wedding and your father. Blessings

 

 

maryann sullivan posted on 8/3/19

my older brothers, "Clifton & Woody", always spoke well of "cousin Joyce", as she was one of their favorite child hood playmates. In the past few years, Clifton and Joyce, were "reconnected", as Joyce & Marvin welcomed Clifton & Anita into their home to spend the night on several occasions. Joyce was a beautiful lady, with a personality to match and I loved her very much. We all love "Marvin", as well.

 

Nicole Dumets posted on 8/3/19

May God'spirit be with you and your family during this difficult time. My prayers are going up to ease your pain.Your dad's memory will live for vever for all who knew him. Nicole Dumets (Veronica's mom)

 

Buddy Roper posted on 8/3/19

Wonderful man . I love the whole family . May God bless ya’ll during this tough time! God bless!

 

Buddy Roper posted on 8/3/19

Awesome man ! All ways having dinner and visiting with him and the whole family . God bless

 

John Fulham posted on 7/31/19

Her name is posted on the Fulham Fullam family History site. Rest dear sister here, with all of our kinfolk of yesterday. as you slumber gently in our family garden.

 

Nita Sanders posted on 7/31/19

My dearest Linda, my deepest condolences for the loss of your beloved wife and my dearest friend of 20 years. Kathy touched my heart in many ways and was always considered my family. Kathy was just a magical person and her loss will be felt by all who were fortunate enough to have known her. Kathy was an amazing friend and teacher. I am honored to be one of those she called friend. Kathy will live forever in my heart and I will hold you in thought and prayer as you grieve this enormous loss.

 

 

Your loving wife, Linda posted on 7/31/19

Your unconditional love touched my heart, your smile brightened my days, the idea of of you brings me joy!

 

Willie Forester posted on 7/30/19

Linda, you are in my prayers. Losing your mother is like closing a book. I hope the memories of times with her bring you comfort and the knowledge that she is with the Lord gives peace.

 

Philip Sheppard posted on 7/30/19

My dear Linda, Kathy and I often butted heads over the three years we knew each other, but I never doubted that she cared deeply for me, as I did her. She often shared stories about her life with me, and you featured in many of them. I was so looking forward to working on Kathy’s genealogy with her. My world, this world, is forever dimmed by the loss of her light. Please accept my sincerest and heartfelt condolences.

 

 

Ouida Weston posted on 7/30/19

When you lose someone very precious, no one else can really know all that you feel know many caring thoughts are with you during this time. We had good times together. and she was blessed to have you,

 

Anne Gibbons posted on 7/30/19

Linda, knowing you, your mom must have been something else! I can tell by your faith and joy, that she was a wonderful mom. "Precious in the eyes of the Lord are the death of his saints." and "I shall be satisfied when I awake with Your likeness." are the two verses that come to mind. So sorry for your loss.

 

Lucy Doll posted on 7/30/19

I met Kathy and Linda by chance when they came into the gallery in Burnsville where I volunteered. When they told me Linda was a Reiki master and Kathy was a therapist, I said, "I need both of you!" They gave me their business cards, and I had back-to-back appointments a week or two later. It changed my life. I continued to see Kathy, and her compassion and intelligence in helping me understand how my life had been shaped continues to guide me. I could never forget her, or thank her enough.

 

Clyde and Gleanus Gilliam posted on 7/25/19

she had the best giggle She was the sweetest .

 

Samantha Baynard posted on 7/25/19

Praying for you and your family Cameron!

 

Elaine Goar posted on 7/25/19

I was saddened to hear of Don Musser's death. When he was in Iraq, my class of second graders sent letters and drawings to Don and his fellow soldiers. When Don came back to North Carolina, he brought a flag which had flown over one of Sadaam Hussein's palaces. Don came to the school in full uniform and, at a school assembly in his honor, presented the flag to us. Then he stayed by the auditorium door, until every student had returned to class. It took quite a while because all of the students wanted to shake his hand or give him a hug. The flag still hangs inside the school. Don will always be remembered as the hero he was. I am so sorry for your tremendous loss.

 

Tonya Cairnes posted on 7/24/19

I still can't beleive he's gone. There's never a time that I talked to him that he didn't make me laugh. I loved him like my brother. I pray God gives JoJo and the kids strength through this difficult time. RIP Sput I'll never forget you cousin.

 

Jeff and Frankie Tunstall posted on 7/24/19

Grover I’m sorry for you and your family’s loss. I never had the opportunity to meet your dad, but knowing you for so long I feel that I know the man that he was because of the ethics and morals that he has obviously passed on to you. You and your family are in Frankie and our prayers.

 

 

Taylor Marie Cantrell posted on 7/23/19

I remember the first night I stayed with jojo and spud Harleigh and Isabella was playing in Harleighs room and came out of her room and tried to drag me to her room and I latched on to his leg lol I remember him saying you better let go cuz I’m fixing to lose my shorts lol

 

Lindy Veliky posted on 7/23/19

I am so sorry Aunt Maxine my thoughts and prayers are with you love Lindy

 

Marilyn Duncan posted on 7/23/19

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father Sherry. Praying you and your family to find peace of mind and heart. You have my number.

 

faye yougblood posted on 7/22/19

thinking of you and asking God to give you peace..So sorry for your loss

 

Danny Smith posted on 7/22/19

Prayer for family

 

Danny Smith posted on 7/22/19

So sorry for your loss but God needed a angel y'all in my prayers

 

Leslie Roques posted on 7/21/19

Sorry I never got to meet him but I do know he left an impression on my grandson Bowen. He saw a picture of my grandfather and thought it was him. So in my opinion he displayed his love even for a child to recognize. Bless him and to all the family he left behind.

 

 

Nancy McCarty posted on 7/21/19

Such wonderful memories I have of my Aunt Iris. In the time I stayed with her we would have long talks I learned a lot about when she and my dad were growing up with their other siblings. And the adventures that we went on when I stayed with her. I will never forget the time when we went back to Vermont for a family reunion. When we travel back to Vermont there was Aunt Iris, Betty, Sandy and me and we were known as The Golden Girls. Aunt Iris was Sophia and Betty was Rose and Sandy was Blanche and I was Dorothy we had a lot of laughs about that. Or the time we went rock hunting someplace in North Carolina and I truly can't remember the name of the town. She was truly somebody special to me and I'll cherish all of the memories I had with her. She will always be in my heart as a wonderful memory. Rest in peace antivirus till we see each other again. And we will love you forever more

 

 

Lori and Tom Williams posted on 7/21/19

So many memories and so many laughs. You and Tom were like brothers and we will never forget you

 

Pamela M Parcell posted on 7/20/19

Although the passing of someone so dear to us is sad, I hope you find comfort in the memories of what an exciting life your mother/grandmother had. She was a remarkable woman. Treasure the memories. We are thinking of you & love you. The Parcell's.

 

Angela Sides posted on 7/20/19

She was a fascinating human being. She was the toughest and hardest-working person I ever knew. Despite having only an 8th grade education, she managed to do quite well for herself. She traveled the world and was baptized in the Jordan River. She served dinner to President Eisenhower and breakfast to Evel Knievel. She was generous, intelligent, and funny. Plus, she always congratulated me for my loud belching instead of expecting me to stifle it like some grandmothers would. What amazed me the most was how stoic and selfless she was to the very end. She will be dearly missed. May she rest in peace.

 

 

Konrad Spiracos posted on 7/19/19

Grandma Iris was truly one of the sweetest souls I have ever known. I love and miss her dearly. God's Garden: God looked around his garden and he found an empty place. He then looked down upon this Earth and seen your tired face. He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest. God's Garden must be beautiful, he always takes the best. He knew that you were suffering, he knew you were in pain. He knew that you would never get well on Earth again. He saw the road was getting rough and the hills were hard to climb. So he closed your weary eyelids and said "Peace be thine." It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn't go alone. For part of us went with you the day God called you home. Rest in Peace Grandma Iris. I love you.

 

Cristina Hull posted on 7/19/19

I am glad I had the privilege to enjoy you as a beautiful person. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Robbie Goolsby posted on 7/19/19

Tonya was a ray of sunshine to all she met! As a coworker, she was truly a team player, willing to drop anything to help someone. She touched many lives in a positive way, including mine. Sending prayers to her family and friends. Heaven has gained a beautiful angel.

 

 

Jenny turner posted on 7/19/19

You loved our family without cause nor judgement. Your presence was a blessing to all who knew you. You are forever in my heart

 

Jackie Davis posted on 7/19/19

Love and prayers for your family Tonya, you will greatly be missed..

 

Brandy & Anthony Holcombe posted on 7/19/19

We are sorry for your families loss. Tonya was a terrific person and will be missed greatly. Heaven has gained a beautiful angel with Tonyas arrival.

 

Brenda Sheldrick posted on 7/18/19

It is hard for me to believe she has past, so I know it's super hard for the family. I wish I could be there for the service but have to work. All my love and prayers to the family.

 

Pat Dent posted on 7/18/19

So sorry Louise and Charlie.I will always remember Tonya's smile and signing for the deaf. Love Pat Dent

 

Doyce & Sandy Camp posted on 7/18/19

So very sorry for your loss. Praying for comfort for family & friends.

 

Tammy Vonnette Summey posted on 7/18/19

Tonya always had a smile for everyone. I will greatlly miss her, and how she was always willing to help others. Praying for her sweet family.

 

Sadie Cairnes posted on 7/18/19

Wily (Sput) as the family and friends call him ment a lot to me he always was making someone laugh, I loved him so much he was my Nephew and a real good one he loved his family and friends give the last dollar to anyone who needed it . I will miss him dearly. RIP you’ll never be forgotten.

 

Rhonda pruitt posted on 7/18/19

I’m so sorry to hear about tonya she was always so sweet and happy when we was hanging out at the ball fields while our boys played ball she was a great person we loved her and her family

 

Teresa Wilson Sharp posted on 7/17/19

RIP my beautiful cousin that I named my daughter Tonya after. I always loved her name as we grew up running the creeks of NC so I named my daughter after her. Her birth date was 7-12-63 my Tonya's birth date was 7-14-83. I lost my daughter Tonya on 6-7 in a tragic car accident and now my cousin Tonya on 7-15. They are now together in heaven..

 

Don Healy posted on 7/17/19

My Godfather and beloved uncle. I cherish the times we had in our younger days and especially the last 2 years my wife Joyce and I have been a part of your live. It was our pleasure to be there when you needed us.

 

Sue Krichbaum posted on 7/17/19

My heartfelt sympathy to you, Maxine as you cope with the loss of your beloved husband of all these many years. May your good memories lift your spirit.

 

 

Melissa Holt posted on 7/17/19

Where do I start...there are so many memories, laughs and good times. I think my most favorite is the last time i saw him. Telling me Gizmo looked like a wig. I'll always smile when i think of him. RIP my dear friend. So many love and prayers going up for his family.

 

Mary Alice Davis posted on 7/16/19

Andi was the sweetest & dearest sister a person could have. We were best friends throughout our whole life. She always considered others before herself. Andi always had a smile on her face. If a person was sad she would be the one to go to for comfort. I miss her greatly! There is a void in my heart and will be until we are together in heaven!

 

Dennis, Katie and Eric Curtis posted on 7/16/19

Our deepest sympathy to you and your family especially Kaylee who is a friend of our daughter Lily. She was such a beautiful young woman. Lily lost her mom when she was very young and understands some of the feelings Kaylee may be having. We do not know why things happen the way they do now, but we will know one day when we meet them in Heaven. We wish you God's richest blessings and hope you will find peace in this very difficult time.

 

Larry & Juanita Ward posted on 7/15/19

Brian, Lisa, and family, so sorry for your loss. Pyayers for you and the family to find peace, understanding and Gods love.

 

 

DeAdra Corn posted on 7/15/19

Denise was a good friend to me. She will be greatly missed. I will be keeping her family in my prayers.

 

Tony Carroll posted on 7/15/19

Todd I'm sorry to hear about Denise I'll pray for you and your family at this time.

 

Kelvin And Terry Moseley posted on 7/14/19

Bryan and Lisa, We’re praying for God’s sufficient grace, peace, comfort and strength as you cope with the death of your precious daughter! “The Eternal God is your refuge and underneath are His everlasting arms”.

 

John & Lorraine Sellers & Family posted on 7/14/19

Our Sincere Thoughts Are With You During This Time. We Will Be Praying For Your Family

 

Karen Brown posted on 7/14/19

I am sorry for your loss, I just saw this today 7-13-19. I worked with him at Bryan Easler in the early 1990's. He was a kind sweet soul. I hope you find comfort that we will see him again one day.

 

Donna Ownbey posted on 7/14/19

Lindsey was a joy to work with and hangout. Sweet heart and soul. Heaven has a very special angel. Libdsey you will be missed. Love ya

 

April Partain posted on 7/13/19

Hey Bryan and Lisa! I’m so sorry to hear of Lindsey’s passing. She was always kind to me when we played together as kids during your Christmas get togethers or when I got to go to job sites with my dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love you all.

 

April Partain posted on 7/13/19

Hey Bryan and Lisa! I’m so sorry to hear of Lindsey’s passing. I remember spending time with her and all of you when you had get togethers for Christmas and on job sites with my dad. She was always kind to me. Love you all.

 

Ed & Carolyn Serrano posted on 7/13/19

So sorry. We are praying for family.

 

Martha Burchfield posted on 7/13/19

Bryan , Lisa I am so sorry for your loss Your daughter was a remarkable young Woman and I will miss her dearly You are in my heart and prayers

 

Jennifer posted on 7/13/19

Enjoyed working with her at Merry Maids. Praying for her family and friends during this difficult time. She will be missed by all.

 

Jennifer posted on 7/13/19

Enjoyed working with her at Merry Maids. Praying for her family and friends during this difficult time. She will be missed by many.

 

Doug and Dale Harkins posted on 7/13/19

Bryan you and your sweet family are in our thoughts and prayers

 

 

John and Katherine Therrell posted on 7/13/19

We offer our deepest sympathy to Todd and all of Denise's family. She was a lovely person. We especially appreciated her welcoming our grandchildren into her Sunday School class when they visited with us. Love and blessings to you all.

 

Lisa McMurray posted on 7/12/19

Todd, so sorry for your loss. I'll be praying for you and your children....(from Dr. Stricklands)

 

Suzanne and Wesley Sprinkle posted on 7/12/19

You became my best friend when I needed one the most. And the bestest auntie to my cats. We love you. I'm so glad we had the great times together that we did, and that you felt comfortable enough to introduce your mini-me to us. ❤ Until next time....

 

Naomi posted on 7/12/19

A beautiful, kind, gentle soul. There was always a peaceful energy in his presence. In the short time that I knew him, I learned so much that I put into practice often: moving slower, arranging flowers, choosing a healthy lifestyle/environment... Such an interesting life story too! I am blessed to have known him.

 

Stephanie posted on 7/12/19

You were a good friend even though I haven't seen you in some years now. I will cherish all the cleaning memories we made working together. I pray your family is comfort during this time. Till we meet again my friend!!

 

 

Glenda Smathers posted on 7/12/19

Prayers at this time in your lives for everyone. I do not know Lindsey, huge hugs and God’s comfort till you meet again at Lindsey’s new address called heaven

 

Steve and Ashlee Plemmons posted on 7/12/19

We are so very saddened of your lose, no words can describe what you are feeling, but know we are praying for you Ungle Brian and Aunt Lisa may he wrap his loving arms around y’all in this most difficult time.

 

Dr. and Mrs. Rob Jackson posted on 7/12/19

Our hearts are heavy as we join you in grieving during this difficult time. May the peace of God comfort you in the toughest moments and sustain you when you are at your weakest. We love you and will keep you in our prayers!

 

 

Kevin weaks posted on 7/12/19

I will always remember all the Duke fun stuff we did at work,it made it easier to deal with all the b.s. there you will be forever missed

 

Judy Weigner posted on 7/12/19

So very sorry to hear of the passing of Robert. Sending much sympathy and love to you Fran during this difficult time. I remember seeing him do his plies when coming into our yoga class at the Y! He was truly a very special guy!

 

Patty Jackson-Shelton posted on 7/12/19

Bryan & Lisa, I am so deeply sorry for your loss my heart ❤️ and Prayers are with you and your family. Love you all very much.

 

Perry and Della Brindley posted on 7/12/19

Bryan and Lisa, We are praying for God's hand of comfort to rest upon you. We are grieving this loss with you, our hearts are heavy but praying the sufficiency of Christ overwhelms you. 2nd Corinthians 3:5 Perry and Della Brindley

 

Donna Fisher Blythe posted on 7/12/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. My heart felt condolences.

 

Beth Lucky Seigler posted on 7/12/19

Lisa, My heart breaks for you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you navigate this difficult time.

 

Brad Cunningham posted on 7/12/19

Lisa and Jodie: Very sorry to hear this.....

 

Gordy and Nancy McLennan posted on 7/12/19

Bryan, Lisa and family, Just want to let you know our hearts are heavy for you all right now. We are keeping you in our prayers.

 

Don and Dianna Birchfield posted on 7/12/19

Bryan and Lisa, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God wrap His arms around you giving peace and comfort that only He can. Love you all!

 

Brenda Chappelear posted on 7/12/19

My prayers are with you all, I am so sorry Lisa, love and hugs.

 

 

dotty parnell posted on 7/12/19

thinking back to golf days in myrtle beach, sc ......rip Bud

 

Andy Stowe posted on 7/11/19

May God hold you all in this painful moment and comfort you. You are all in our prayers.

 

SABRINA Lynch posted on 7/11/19

Sherry we are so sorry for your loss. We will be praying for you and your family. Living Water Church

 

Don Kasper posted on 7/11/19

Maxine & family, so sorry to hear of your loss. We are thinking of you at this difficult time. You are in our thoughts & prayers.

 

Kenny and Lora Harris posted on 7/11/19

Sending our love and prayers.

 

Lisa Pitzer posted on 7/11/19

Deepest sympathy to the Maggert family. Shana you are in my prayers for the loss of your Dad.

 

Donald Nanni posted on 7/11/19

We are sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers. -Donald, Tammy, and Stephanie Nanni

 

Shana Collins posted on 7/10/19

Daddy, some days I can hear your voice and I turn to see your face; Yet in my turning… it seems the sound has been erased. Who will I turn to for answers when life does not make sense; Who will be there to hold me close when I’m feeling very tense. Oh, Daddy, if I could turn back time and once more hear your voice; I’d tell you that out of all the daddy’s you would still be my only choice. Please always know I Love You and no one can take your place; The years may come and go but your memory will not be erased. Today, Jesus, as You are listening in your home up above; Would you go and find my Daddy and give him all my LOVE…..

 

Judi Baruck posted on 7/10/19

Sending my love to Teresa and family. May beautiful memories bring you comfort during this sad time.

 

 

Cass posted on 7/9/19

they said with time it would get easier, it gets heavier. my world. I love and miss you dearly.

 

Donald Funderud sr. Ret USA posted on 7/9/19

My deepest sympathies to sherry and the family. Rest in peace now fellow soldier.

 

Kathy Beers posted on 7/8/19

Such a dear, sweet, wonderful woman that I was blessed to have in my life. So many great memories! You will be missed Mummer!

 

 

Jodie Luciano posted on 7/8/19

I loved you yesterday I love you today Always have, Always will Rest in the arms of Jesus!

 

Kathleen West posted on 7/8/19

Don Tatreau---the financial wizard of Western Electric, AT&T, who was so smart and it was like he was on roller skates going anywhere in the plant.. My sincere sympathy, Max, on the passing of Don and what a life he had. God bless you.

 

Leanne DeFino (Doug's Mom) posted on 7/8/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Jim Clifton posted on 7/7/19

Dean: I am sorry to hear of the death of your father. You won't remember me, but we were classmates at Westside High School. I will remember your father and your family in my prayers.

 

John and Tammy Riggs posted on 7/7/19

I remember him well. I like to listen to his stories at Lisa 4th of July cookouts. Sending our condolences to the family.

 

Nancy Kathryn Clatk posted on 7/7/19

Dear Kevin, Joan and Lindsay, I am so sorry for your great loss.

 

Lori Cavanaugh posted on 7/7/19

Your dad was always so kind and had a big smile for everyone. Love and prayers for your family.

 

Ginny Faust posted on 7/7/19

Luther and I met when I became the city planner in 1985. I have always been extremely impressed with his knowledge and expertise in designing with nature. When my husband, Roger Briggs passed away, Luther was incredibly kind in offering 2 make a memory board with pictures from Roger's life. It was a huge comfort to me to have these at Roger's two Memorial services. Luther was a wonderful man and he will be greatly missed.

 

Gaylon & Valarie Brooks posted on 7/7/19

We are so sorry to hear of his passing. He was a great man, and we all loved him very much.

 

Don Mozley posted on 7/6/19

I know Luther through the Pisgah Forest Rotary Club having sat at breakfast with him frequently. A very caring and interesting man - I especially enjoyed his stories of working out west and knowing every trail in our area. He will be missed greatly -

 

Roger & Missy Pierce posted on 7/5/19

Always enjoyed our visits together. You were a wonderful game player with us! We look forward to our times together, knowing where you are!

 

Pat Safford posted on 7/5/19

Very sadden to hear of Bob's passing. A GOOD man now catching up with old friends at the Rainbow Bridge. My thoughts and prayers reach out to all of you.

 

Don & Lori Percoski posted on 7/4/19

So sorry to hear of the loss of such a great man! Uncle Bobby will alway have a sweet spot in my heart!

 

Patricia Elfast posted on 7/4/19

So sorry to hear of Bob's passing, Yvonne. In the short time we knew him, we enjoyed chatting about Springfield, MA. Our thoughts& prayers are with you. Cherish the memories. Fred & Pat Elfast

 

Sharon Greene posted on 7/4/19

Don will be greatly missed, but he is resting in the arms of our heavenly Father. I am so fortunate to have him and this precious family as friends for 40 years. His memories will live on in the hearts of all who were blessed to know him. I love all of you much. Prayers for you all to have peace and comfort as you grieve this huge loss.

 

Elaine Johnson Eye Bishop posted on 7/4/19

Violet and family, I am very sorry for your loss of Bobby.

 

Diana Bagwell posted on 7/4/19

We are so sad to hear of Bob’s passing. We remember fondly all the Friday Nite Social meetings at The Oaks and all the help and concern Bob had for Marie. We are out of town and will not be able to attend his memorial, but please know, Yvonne, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. With love and respect, Morris and Diana Bagwell

 

Timothy Davidson posted on 7/4/19

It was with great sadness that I learned of Bobs' passing. He was a great friend. I will always have enjoyable memories of my racing days with him . Our social life and camping trips will also bring memories . Tim and Suzanne Davidson Pittsfield , MA

 

Teresa (Terri) Young posted on 7/4/19

Mom (Joyce Youngblood) and I are so sorry for your loss. Don was a cousin, who we rarely saw, but we"ll cherish the childhood memories. Love & Prayers to his precious family.

 

Phyllis Taylor posted on 7/3/19

I worked as a receptionist at Heather Glen, and had the pleasure of interacting with Rosemary on a regular basis, particularly when I delivered her mail to her room. She was a lovely person, with a genuine smile, and a kind word. My condolences to her family.

 

monty sims posted on 7/3/19

wow this is hard to digest finding out one of my battle buddies that I worked with at fort Jackson has passed. This is so sad to hear of the passing of " Father Time " as we would call him at Fort Jackson. We always teased him with that name .But this guy always had the knowledge and wisdom of how to do any job or task we had to accomplish. He will be greatly missed. May God bless the family during this difficult time of sorrow.

 

Dr. John A. Luciano posted on 7/3/19

I was blessed to have "Mummer" as a part of my life for 32 years. Visits to Bonclarken will never be the same, but memories of her will be always with us. Love her dearly.

 

Debbie Pierce Haynes posted on 7/3/19

Rest in Peace Aunt Rosemary....

 

Debbie Pierce Haynes posted on 7/3/19

Rest in Peace my sweet Aunt Rosemary...

 

Jane Parks-McKay and Tim McKay posted on 7/2/19

We were so very sorry to hear of Don's loss. Our families have known each other for a number of years thanks to the many Marine VMB433 Squadron reunions. I stayed in touch with Don and so enjoyed our conversations. Fascinating and lifelong learner, loved to help others and cared very deeply for them. He surely loved his Maxine! We will miss him very much. Prayers are coming your way and we are here for you through this.

 

Jane Parks-McKay and Tim McKay posted on 7/2/19

We were so terribly sorry to hear of Don's passing last week. It was such a shock. Don and my late Dad went back to WWII serving alongside each other in WWII. Thanks to the many Squadron reunions, our family became friends of theirs. I have stayed in touch with Don and Maxine all these years and have thought about Don in particular all week. Now I know why. Such a wonderful man, so honest and full of integrity and loved helping people. He loved his family and his Maxine. He will be very much missed.

 

Susan L Neal posted on 7/2/19

What a great guy Don was! I am so very thankful that I got the chance to know him and call him my friend. He will be forever missed by everyone he ever knew. I am praying for you Sharon, and for the girls and your grandchildren. You loss is great.

 

David Lee Orr posted on 7/2/19

Donald, but as we all referred to him as "Sarge", I will always celebrate knowing you. No tears of sorrow, just tears of laughter from our many fire experiences. To the family, may God bless you thru this time because he blessed me when I met my friend...Sarge.

 

Norman Worsham posted on 7/2/19

So sorry to hear about the passing of Don. We worked together at DuPont, bowled together, played golf together. Never a dull moment with Don around. My prayers are with his family as I know he will be truly missed.

 

LARRY OWEN posted on 7/2/19

DON WAS A HARDWORKING MAN AND LOVED HIS FAMILY.I WAS WITH HIM AT DUPONT AND ARMY RESERVES IN BREVARD.A TRUE SOLDIER AND VETERAN. GOD BLESS THE FAMILY

 

lanny and Bonnie McGlasson posted on 7/2/19

Our hearts are with you.

 

Vickie Robertson posted on 7/2/19

My deepest sympathy for your loss. God Bless you and your family, Maxine.

 

Rhonda Freeman posted on 7/2/19

I will always remember Don telling me about being a drill instructor . He just didn’t personify that personality. He was considerate and forthcoming. He left the world a better place for us to live.

 

Donna Reitet posted on 6/30/19

I met Peggy through her sister Nan and immediately loved her. When I visited it was always fun to go shopping with Peggy as we could go all day! A sweet and giving person. A brave woman to pick Up and move to Hendersonville. She will always hold a special place in my heart.

 

Evelyn and Norman Nichols posted on 6/30/19

Dot and family, Our heart breaks to hear of the passing of Bill. We are deeply sorry for your loss and want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We are truly grateful to have had the opportunity to know Bill and will always remember how he worked endlessly to help our community. He was a person who was admired by many for his approach and solutions to issues. He will be missed.

 

Madonna Turner posted on 6/29/19

Dot and family, I am so sorry for the death of your husband. It is really hard to lose a love one but just remember God will help you and always be with you and one day you will be together again in Heaven!

 

Anne Maher posted on 6/29/19

Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss, know that Catherine is in our prayers. Your Irish cousins: Teresa McDonnell, Joe O'Gorman and Anne Maher

 

JoAnn Horbett and Jeff, Jeremy, and Jon Falbo posted on 6/29/19

Dear Don, My family and I are saddened to hear of the passing of your Mom. She was a kind lady, and I wish that I had spent more time with her in the later years. May your happy memories of her help you through this difficult time. May she Rest In Peace. Love, JoAnn, Jeff, and Jon

 

George Erwin, Jr. posted on 6/29/19

I was totally shocked when I received the call that Bill had passed away. I knew he was at Duke University but thought he was doing better. Henderson County has lost one of her strongest advocates. Bill worked tirelessly for the betterment of Henderson County and enriching the lives of all that live here. Bill was always listening to all sides of an issue then make the most informed decisions. We've had many good conversations through the years and supported one another repeatedly. I will miss him very much, even though we would only see one another at our monthly Airport Authority meetings. Dot and family you are in our prayers and we pray that you will have peace and comfort. Matthew 5:9 - Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted. Bill Moyer will live on through his family and his friends. Our fond memories will not subside. His legacy in Henderson County is all around the county. When you visit many of our wonderful facilities - Thank Bill Moyer.

 

Sharon and Chuck Galbo posted on 6/29/19

So sorry to hear about your Mom, our prayers are with you

 

Jerry McCall posted on 6/29/19

I work with Bobby at Cannon.Bros years ago you could never forget him Pray for you

 

Lynn Monlezun posted on 6/28/19

Aunt Peggy I will love you forever. It was wonderful having you in our lives!!

 

Linda Moore posted on 6/28/19

Todd, Denise Dessie & Caleb, our prayers are for you & the McCarson family. Love in Christ, Larry & Linda.

 

Bill and Emily posted on 6/27/19

So sorry about your Mom! Sending you our prayers and love Don! The Olivers

 

Tom & Linda Jankowski posted on 6/27/19

To the family of Dot. Tom and I are sorry for your loss. Your loss is Heavens gain and I know beyond any doubt that is where she is. Dot was a very special friend to us and we loved her. It was wonderful to attend church with her at Main Street and when I look back at the seat she always sat in it is a good memory but at the same time sad. Please know you all are in our prays.

 

JC posted on 6/26/19

I would like to extend my condolences for the loss of your love one. Jehovah God made a promise to us all at Revelation 21:3-4 states, And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. Very soon now, we will never experience losing our loved ones in death.

 

Lynn H Staggs posted on 6/26/19

Ms. Helen was a go-getter. Smart and vibrant. She volunteered with me for as many years as she could at The Storehouse. She and Mr. Bill were a funny pair. She was very dedicated to taking care of him when he became ill. She was loyal, firm and a lover of Jesus.

 

 

Barbara Ledbetter posted on 6/26/19

I only knew Ms. Johnston for a short period of time. I had the pleasure to be a caregiver for her. Ms. Dorthy welcomed me into her home and made me feel comfortable. She treated me like I was a friend instead of a caregiver. Ms. Dorthy always had a smile in her face when I arrived no matter how much pain she was in. I will always remember her and her beautiful sparkling eyes and beautiful smile. It was an honor to take care of such a lovely lady. I Pray for the family and friends as you are mourning the loss of this Precious Lady. I Pray God will give you the strength and fill the empty hole in your hearts. Many Thoughts and Prayers Barbara Ledbetter

 

Martha Gaillard posted on 6/26/19

Tamra and family, so sorry to read of your mother's passing! She was a dear lady! You're in my thoughts and prayers! With my sympathy and love, Martha Gaillard

 

Kathy posted on 6/25/19

So very sorry to hear about your loss. My condolence to you and your family. It will be so wonderful when death is no more. Rev.21:3,4. And see our loved ones again on Earth in the future . Acts 24:15 Psalms 37: 11, 29 What a comfort to know that God does not cause death at this time. Ecclesiastes 9:11. "Thy kingdom come thy will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven ." This is a government. Soon, it will solve all mankind's problems. No more sickness, pain, death, mourning, there will be no more food shortages. Mathew 6:10; Daniel 2:24; Revelation 21:3,4 Isaiah 26:19. Psalms 37:11,29. Look up all the scriptures, you will see that this is true. I am praying for strength beyond normal for you, and comfort for you and your family. For more comfort from the Bible for free , please. Email me at:. [email protected] All is free.

 

Frank Duckett posted on 6/22/19

Some of the class of 1962 were having dinner at a private residence in Fairview when we learned the news of his passing. John was a great friend, athlete, so fun to be around. We talked at our annual reunion for quite awhile and it was the first time we had seen him in several years. Classmates, Keith & Nancy Morton, Bill Keys, Frank Duckett.

 

Glenda Greenwood Bailey posted on 6/21/19

John was my first cousin and good friend! We had many great times together. He was the reason I followed him to King’s College. John was a good man, and I will miss him! My thoughts and prayers are with Judy and their family.❤️

 

Lisa Marrow posted on 6/21/19

Jamie was a wonderful person with a strong will. He fought a good fight until GOD called him Home. He will be greatly missed. Love, thoughts and Prayers, Lisa and Eric

 

Rosemary & Terry Sims posted on 6/21/19

Debbie,Lauren, Daniel, & Danny ...We are sending our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. We hope you all will heal quickly ... wea also send our love & condolences...... Rosemary& Terry

 

Brad Cunningham posted on 6/20/19

Jack - I am sorry to hear about the loss of your mother

 

Brad Cunningham posted on 6/20/19

Jack - I am sorry to hear about the loss of your mother...

 

GERRY HUNTLEY posted on 6/19/19

Dear Alice and Judy: My deepest sympathy in the passing of your dear brother and husband, John. I always enjoyed talking with John about the latest sports news over the years. Without a doubt John was one of the best playmakers at Reynolds in the early 60s when their basketball team was so successful. He will be greatly missed. Once again, my deepest sympathy.

 

Sandie Holbert posted on 6/18/19

I'm so sorry for this great loss. John was such a great friend. Stan I were very blessed to have John and Judy for our neighbors. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I especially hold you Judy in my heart. This will be a difficult time but with family and friends you will pull thru. Love to you all.

 

Ron and Betty McCallister posted on 6/18/19

Dear Judy and family, we are deeply sorry for your loss and want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We are truly Grateful to have had the opportunity to know John and will always remember his wonderful smile and kind ways. May God's Love, Comfort and Peace surround each of you today and always. Our Deepest Sympathy. Ron & Betty McCallister

 

Anne Harris Barber posted on 6/18/19

Judy Alice Donald and your families so sorry about John i thought about wondering how he was doing. My prayer and thought with all of you

 

Wanda Fore posted on 6/18/19

Alice & Donal, so sorry for your loss. I have known the family for a long time. Know my thoughts & prayers are with you at this time.

 

Carolyn Taylor Moore posted on 6/17/19

Alice, I was so sorry to hear of Johns passing. Please know that my prayers are with all of you. Judy, I never had the pleasure of meeting you and your children, but my thoughts and prayers arr with you. I knew John most of my life as I was at thier home growing up with Alice and John and my brother Sam were good friends. I will cherish my memories of John. God bless you all and give you peace during this sad time and the days to follow.

 

Arlene Blazierq posted on 6/17/19

I am so very sorry for your loss, Joan Summers.....Those of us in Bald Eagle Commons, Building 1 are here for you if you or Donna need anything....

 

Karen Irvin posted on 6/16/19

Dear Cathy. You were a big part of my Life! Thank-you for Loving My Daddy. And for accepting us three kids! Sure, at times, wasn't easy ! I Love You, Cathy! You are with My Dad, once Again. Love You Both! See you again.

 

Beverly Cunningham posted on 6/16/19

Sorry to hear of Helen's passing. Helen was such a kind neighbor. I lived next door to her and Jack in Kanuga Park for years. Sorry for your loss.

 

Betty Wright Davis posted on 6/15/19

So sorry to hear of John's passing. I have so many fond memories from growing up with him. Our prayers go with you mans his family.

 

 

Scott Semper posted on 6/15/19

Mr. Edmonds will be missed. He was a valued long-term employee and would regularly visit early just to see friends and speak with them.

 

 

Johnny, Denise, and Melanie Ragon posted on 6/15/19

Praying for you all during this difficult time. Love you all.

 

Shane posted on 6/15/19

To all the family. Sorry for your loss. He was one of the nicest men I was able to meet at Etowah and crocked creek. May God bless you and your family at this time

 

Martha Ward posted on 6/14/19

I am so sorry to hear of John's passing. I know he will be missed. My prayers will be with you during this time of need.

 

Barbara Atkinson posted on 6/14/19

Richey. Molly and Jeff: I have just returned from a trip and learned of your mother and grandmother's passing. David, John, Betsy and I were very sadden to hear of her passing and send you our love. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Aunt Barbara

 

Nancy L McMillan posted on 6/14/19

Helen Dunn was such a lovely southern woman. I have wonderful memories of the times she visited us in Indianapolis. She was the physical embodiment of the term "lady."

 

Grace Hynden posted on 6/14/19

Mrs. Dunn was the epitome of a true Southern lady. She was always so very gracious. Her smile and kind words have always meant so much to the Hynden family. Please know that we hold all who survive her in our hearts. Love always and forever, Gary, Grace, and Care

 

Grace MCcarson posted on 6/12/19

MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU! I always remember Betty Ann with kindness and a nice smile.

 

Cheryl Rathburn posted on 6/12/19

Prayers for you all in this time of loss.

 

Chris Jones "BOY" posted on 6/12/19

Well what can I say about this man I was fortunate to call Uncle O'dean! Nub'Deaner as I called him I certainly will miss you but rejoice in knowing where you are with that chuckle of yours! Chuckling because you no longer have to play in one more ounce of juice, or fix that dang machine any longer which you mastered that with ease. Just as you did being one of the best Sons, brother, husband, father, uncle, friend, and a MAN without trying. You just made people love, respect, and envey you by your actions not your words!! From my first memory I can remember in my life you are in that memory! I was a little boy and fussing about my cowboy boots because I couldn't find them to wear. I had to be like you, uncle Roger, and as you called him Hein " Nehemiah" and have my cowboy boots.. You said boy your momma is going to spank you if you don't stop pitching a fit.. You said come on boy I will help you find your boots but you better get your clothes on while you looked for my Cowboy boots.. Low and behold about the time I fussed enough to warrant a spanking from mom. You saved me with those little boots in your hand. It made me so happy. I being no bigger then the ability to reach your waist I gave you the biggest hug. Mom still at her witts end with me. You kindly sat me down and helped me put my boots on. You saved me butt from that hard lesson. Being a complainer got me no where but going backwards. Instead you told me sometimes boy as you always called me! Shut your mouth and just look and you will find the solution to your problem. So many times Nub'Deaner taught me to just slow down youngen don't be so easy to anger and things work out for the better!! You spoiled me and the rest of your neices, and nephews like we were your own kids. I can never tell you how much you meant, and will always mean to me!! I always said I loved you and you always said yeap, never saying I love you back. I never understood it until one day you said to me when I was 36 years old and struggling to make sense of how my life situation had was changed in an instant . You said remember I love you boy. That was when I realized all the years you said yeap you had waited until the time I needed to know. No l matter what happens in my life you loved me and would be there for me just like you were when I lost my boots. I never said a word to you about it but you made such an impact in my life!! In away I know no matter what I can handle anything because I had a great man to help me understand that!! I will never forget when you were courting Aunt Brenda which was new to me, because you never did any other woman that I knew of. Boy wasn't I fooled because you being you just smiled like a possum. Just had your mind on her. Never letting me feel whatever teenage boy stupidity wasn't important. I had a question for you and I couldn't find you! Thats when Granny and papaw lived down right next to that fiery red head "BRENDA" you meant to make you wife. Mom said Christoper he's chasing him a woman leave him alone! Papaw said go down there and ask him anyways! So with my entitlement to my uncle Nub'Deaner I walked my happy butt down there only to find out Donna Mae was already there interrupting you and Brenda of course.. However that is when I met aunt Brenda and never did I see a happier uncle Nub'Deaner. I actually didn't make your little cheeks get all red and making you say awww get the heck outta here boy! I asked you should I take a chew from papaw.. You told me I didn't have enough hair on my chest.. So by George I was going to show you!!! Well once again you were right. I still dont have enough hair on my chest for that ol Kentucky twist. I should have listened once again to you but no. One last time Uncle O'Dean on this earth I will say Goodbye Nub'Deaner ; I love you! This time though I get to say thank you from the bottom of my heart and helping me be the man I am today Thank you for all your love you shared with me for every bit of almost 38 years!! You would say don't rush it Boy but I can truly say I can't wait to see you again. I am sure you will have my Cowboy boots in hand which I won't care about those boots. As I will you showing me around on the other side how things are done.. Like you did so many times here on earth. I love you Uncle O'Dean. Rest Easy Superman because that is what you always were in my mind!! You better behave remember Aunt Brenda will whoop you. Just because you are not in arms reach she will find out about you misbehaving. Aunt Brenda, and Kayla I know your hearts ache so badly, as does many others! I want to say to both of you. Thank you so much for bringing so much happiness to a Ledgend of a man to me.. I love you and know I am here and praying for you both.. Aunt Brenda I couldn't have asked for a better aunt and am thankful you married my Nub'Deaner!! Kayla Bug always remember your Daddy loved you more then words can say. You had the best old man anyone could have asked for!!! Love you both and no matter what if you need something let me know and I will do my very best to help so uncle O'dean don't kick my butt for not helping his girls out like he has Mom, and me and so many others without complaint. Love you....

 

Rhonda Pruitt posted on 6/12/19

My prayers for this sweet family she was such a sweet and loving lady who loved her family very much and im praying for Tamera, Karla, Deborah they will need it cause she will be missed.. You have lots of good memories.

 

Rose Colecio posted on 6/11/19

Karla im so sorry to hear about your mother's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Lynn Silvey posted on 6/11/19

Brett will truly be missed in the AVD community. He was always coming to the aid of neighbors, including me. My prayers for Donna, Anthony and the rest of the family.

 

Jody Towe posted on 6/10/19

I met Edward Edmonds aka "Nub" over 2 years ago when I started as the HR Administrator at Lassonde. The first time that I met Nub, he asked me if I had good Secretary skills. I told Nub that I did but that there was a lot more to my job than that. One of Nub's coworkers walked in my office at that time and told him that I was his Secretary, and in Nub's humorous voice, he said, "Nope, he's my Secretary, and I have him on Retainer!" The competitive banter between Nub, his coworker, and I is what started a sincere connection with him. The whole time that I knew Nub, he always had a joke to make and was in a joking mood every time I was around him including up until he had to go out of work due to his illness. Even in Nub's sickness, he never lost his zest for putting a smile on your face or making you laugh! The coworker that was in competition with Nub for my Secretary duties, told me that Nub had a special language called, 'Nubinese." Apparently, I was one of the few people who was able to speak "Nubinese." As I said, I have only know Nub a little over 2 years, but he was one of those people of a rare breed who you very much feel blessed and appreciative to have met. I want to send Nub's family and friends all of the positive energy and thoughts for healing, and to be able to remember all of the good memories of him.

 

Tonya Collier - Human Resource Manager - Lassonde Pappas posted on 6/10/19

It is with great sadness that Lassonde Pappas lost one of their own. I personally did not know Edward for very long as I just started with the company back in the fall of 2018. What I knew of him he was quick to laugh, good hearted and monstrously kind. He had a playfulness about him and he loved a good practical joke. Edward would come to HR to visit with us and share some of his stories. He also expressed his love for his family and it was obvious it ran deep. He was hard working and very smart, he loved the company he worked for and the people he worked with. We enjoyed his visits and humor so very much. His loss is a huge ripple across the plant and is felt by all who knew him. As memories and stories are shared and reminisced upon, we reflect about this great man who touched all of our lives and left his mark forever upon our hearts. We are so very sorry for this loss and to his family we give our sincere condolences, we send our love and pray for peace and comfort for all of them. We all feel his loss very strongly and he will be sorely missed.

 

Frankie Covington posted on 6/10/19

Calling all Angels must be why God chose you my dearest friend best he someone like you I will love you always as long as I'm alive you will never die

 

Robbie and Pam Travis posted on 6/10/19

So sorry for your loss. ODean was such a nice guy always smiling. He will be greatly missed. Prayers for the family.

 

Mike & Alma posted on 6/10/19

Gary, we are sorry for your loss,our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Betty Waldrup Allen posted on 6/9/19

So sorry for the loss of O'dean. Remember us all playing at Uncle Franks. Love to all of you. God bless.

 

 

Helen Kilby Marks posted on 6/9/19

Remember a man of few words, but always had a smile every tome I saw him. May God comfort all of his family!

 

Lois & Ted Dziedzic posted on 6/9/19

Judy was our inspiration on how she handled this dreadful disease. The fight she had in her was amazing. Yet she kept her witty personality and compassion to the end. Rest in peace my dear friend. Love you forever!

 

Cassie Hall posted on 6/9/19

I’ve known Dean my whole life. His daughter, Kayla is my bestfriend. Dean was a sweet, honest, loyal, hard working man who was kind to everyone and loved his family more than anything. He was always nice to anyone he met. He will be deeply missed.

 

 

Joy Grubb posted on 6/9/19

Judy was an inspiration in our support group at Hope. She lived, and contributed to the end, Her spirit lives in many of us. May Jesus Inspiring, in our cancer support group

 

Bobby & Earlene Guice posted on 6/9/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

BUDDY & GLENDA BLACKWELL posted on 6/9/19

FLY WITH THE ANGEL'S UNCLE ODEAN. YOU MADE IT HOME ,,

 

Paul Durham and Mary Ellen Dore posted on 6/9/19

Mary Ellen and I regret not being able to make it to Uncle Dick's service. We have so many very fond memories of our times with him. We extend our prayers and sympathy to the family especially during the difficult days ahead.

 

Katy Dyreby posted on 6/8/19

“Aunt Janet” and “Uncle Wally” are fondly remembered from my earliest years in Neenah Wisconsin. They were friends of my parents, Peg & John Corr back in the 50s. Their move to Connecticut and eventually to Hendersonville was a blessing to all their eastern friends but a loss to us midwesterners. My love and deepest condolences to the family.

 

 

Betty Paine Cram posted on 6/8/19

Love & prayers to Becky, Beth,Fair & Coooer and all the grandchildren. Thought & prayers to David's siblings & all his extended family members.

 

MSgt Michael Jensen posted on 6/8/19

Brandon was one of the most respectful and easy going students I have ever had. He always had a good word to say.

 

Lisa Copeland posted on 6/7/19

God has released his child Brandon from his struggle. Happiness and eternal life is granted. Peace be to his family and friends.

 

Tas Roach posted on 6/7/19

I'm so sorry for the loss of his light. Brett was a true hero and I will miss him greatly.

 

Joe & Linda posted on 6/7/19

Brett- what a gift it was to share our love and pride for our children on their wedding day. May you rest in peace. Sending prayers of comfort to your family & friends.

 

Alton, Linda Nichols Gilbert posted on 6/7/19

Charlie and Family ,sorry for your loss. May God give you peace in the coming days.

 

Diane Guice Arnett posted on 6/7/19

My sincere condolences to you Becky and family. Always remember the good time, talk and laugh with your memories to the grand children, it helps both them and you. Prayers for you and the family.

 

 

Kayla Maybin posted on 6/7/19

Omg I'm shocked he's gone he will be missed dearly Fly high best friend....

 

Kim Summers posted on 6/6/19

My Dear Brother-in-law Brett, your kind heart, brilliant ideas and love for your family was undeniable. No one can say that you did not accomplish everything you set out to do. It is just heartbreaking that it has been cut short. Your departure will surely be felt by many. Rest In Peace and I know that you will be watching over all of us.

 

Megan Rhodes posted on 6/6/19

...thinking of you all during this difficult time. You are in my heart & prayers. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Suzy McCall posted on 6/6/19

I am so glad I got to see David last fall! What a sweet, faithful man! Hugs to all! May Jesus continue to be your consolation.

 

Susan Lively Neal posted on 6/6/19

Becky and Charlie.. I am so sorry for your loss. All of your EHHS friends will be keeping you and your family in our thoughts and Prayers

 

 

Jill Callegari Rieper posted on 6/6/19

Rest peacefully my dear brother. I will miss you and thank you for your love and guidance thru my life. Love Jill

 

Pat Bellarmino posted on 6/6/19

I want to express my deepest sympathy to Brett's family not only from me but also from all of the residents of Bald Eagle Commons, Building 1, in West Milford, NJ. I met Brett once at Joan's apartment. He came to my rescue later in the day in the parking lot to get my car started. I knew immediately what a wonderful man he was. The world was a better place because he was in it. My heart aches for all of you. You have another angel watching over you. You are all in my prayers. Love to you.

 

Cody Seay posted on 6/6/19

I lost someone this week with whom I shared many things love being the most significant of course, more love than I can say. And mutual admiration for each other’s art & hustle. Stories so horrible only family can see the humor in them. We shared our hidden fears with one another. I’ve lost a part of myself. I never realized how big a part until Now and that has opened a wound that stretches from the middle of my rib cage to the bottom of my gut. I cannot stop the tears as I remember Brandon as the good Man who taught me multiple life lessons and we once spent every day side by side with ready for anything. Brandon built up his own walls. How else are you supposed to protect a heart that no matter how broad your shoulders and arms grow is too big for your own chest? A heart that returned hurt with twice as much love. From inside his fort, I don’t know if Brandon could see how much he was loved. But I know that Brandon loved all of US. Inside of him was gentleness, and talent, and goodness that lit up his bright blue eyes even in his darkest moments. But to share that light with others and have it rejected would have been too much for Brandon to bear, so he built up his walls to hide it away under addiction and pain. R.I.P Brandon Corban Pressley Corban Pressley Brandon Pressley Thoughts and Prayers go out to All Brandon's Family.

 

Cheryl Eye Pruitt posted on 6/6/19

Linda and Family of Brandon...I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart aches for everyone and pray that the Lord will give you Peace and Comfort now, and in the days ahead

 

Jeff pressley posted on 6/6/19

It's with a broken heart and sad soul that I remember Brandon,who I can remember as young man who loved his family and was an uplifting spirit to those around him.From the first day of his life when I saw him in hospital to the end Brandon was Uncle Jeff's buddy.Never would I think that losing someone could hurt so bad.I love Brandon and will never forget the time I had with him.You will be missed gone but not forgotten.Terry,Kelly,Lisa so sorry for you guys parents should not have to bury there children.

 

Carmen Skeparnis posted on 6/6/19

I am sending my condolenses, thoughts and prayers to all of the family. I knew David from working at McGuffey's Restaurant with his daughter's, Fair and Beth. I would see him occasionally over the years at Outback where I work and he always had such a great smile and something nice to say. He will truly be missed in our community. Hugs to the family...

 

Rachel Wilson posted on 6/6/19

To all of the Nabers family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. The obituary was such a beautiful tribute. David certainly loved each of you beyond measure, and was so very proud of his family. My heart goes out to you all during this tremendously difficult time.

 

Jenny McCall Riley posted on 6/6/19

I’m so sorry, Becky and family. And what a beautiful obituary and tribute to him. My thoughts are with all of you ❤️

 

Rebecca Aldridge posted on 6/5/19

He was one the best friends I could have had in school. Always there when I had family problems to having my back when it came to bullies at school. He had such an amazing heart. Always loved and never forgotten! Prayers are with the family and friends he has made over the years.

 

Tom Lawrence posted on 6/5/19

In memory of a great friend - a boss, a mentor, a father, and a brother. You taught me more than I ever taught you. I'll miss you, buddy - now and always.

 

Eddie Nix posted on 6/5/19

God bless you in this time of loss, my prayers are with your family.

 

Eddie Nix posted on 6/5/19

So sorry for your loss, may God bless your family

 

Will sumner posted on 6/5/19

I'll always remember the time Brandon and I had in school , from R.O.T.C to everyday visits in the halls to the times we would catch up on FB about or kids and how life has been going . To the family I send my prayers and will always remember there beloved son as a good friend, he was a blessing to have .

 

Bryant and Betty Diehl posted on 6/5/19

Our hearts go out to Becky, Charlie and the whole family for your loss. I know David will be truly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Natalie Rock Roark posted on 6/5/19

Brandon always had a smile on his face...gone too soon! My deepest condolences to the Family. He was always so kind to me. May God comfort y’all during this time. ♥️

 

Kayla Morgan posted on 6/5/19

Brandon was one of my truest friends. I have such fond memories of us from high school. Brandon was always trying to uplift someone's spirits and had such a big heart. He will never be forgotten and his memory will always be cherished. Gone too soon... You will be sorely missed. Prayers sent up for his precious family.

 

 

Joseph & Briana Stahr posted on 6/5/19

We have alot of memory with Brandon, we grew up with him in school, he was also a great guy, always had a smile on his face, and loved the outdoors, he will be truly missed by many but never forogt.

 

 

Steve and Gina Freeman posted on 6/5/19

May God comfort you all. We are sorry for your loss.

 

Tiffany Russell posted on 6/5/19

Praying for all of his sweet family, my heart aches for each of you.

 

Sharon & Tommy King posted on 6/5/19

Mike,Janet and family So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time.

 

Tiffany Russell posted on 6/4/19

One of my favorite memories of Brandon was the time I got Brandon in a box for Christmas! His family was in on it and conspired with my family telling me he was gone in another state. To which he was really hiding in my basement having fun with my family, all the while i cried i couldn't see him for the holiday. That morning 5am they lugged a box upstares (lol), (me thinking it was a large ticket item i begged for) I got something even sweeter! A heart attack! No, really it was super cool to have been surprised by him and all of the family! I enjoyed the time I had with him and even better the lesson he helped me learn. Rest in peace <3

 

Guy R. Swanson posted on 6/4/19

It is with sadness that I learned of Brandon’s passing, and extend condolences to his family. Brandon was a student of mine when he attended Balfour Education Center. I recall with appreciation his friendliness and hard work, and many good conversations with him. He was a pleasure to have in class and a fine young man.

 

Willamina LaBounty posted on 6/4/19

May God give you comfort in your time of loss .I'm so sorry .

 

Wayne & Carolyn Surrett posted on 6/4/19

Our deepest condolences for you all. Sending prayers and hugs.

 

Samone R Hackett posted on 6/4/19

So sorry for your loss ! Brandon was always friendly person no matter who he came in contact with.

 

Penny Youngblood posted on 6/4/19

So very sorry for all of Brandon's family. We are praying for you Matthew and each one of you.

 

 

Patty&Jeff Ashley posted on 6/4/19

Prayers for Terry and Kelley and all the family. So sorry for your loss know that he is in a better place and pray to God to help you through this. Love you all.

 

Michelle.Hensley posted on 6/4/19

Lisa my heart breaks for you. Prayers up for comfort. I hope someday you will be chasing bitterflies in his memory.

 

 

Jennifer Marshall posted on 6/4/19

Deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

Jessica moore posted on 6/4/19

Brandon was a very good person. He would always make you laugh. Me, and my husband have lots of good memories of him from our childhood, and throughout school. He was an amazing friend to both of us. We miss you.

 

Sarah Bainbridge Smith posted on 6/4/19

I will miss getting Christmas cards every year from my Uncle Dick. Love and best wishes to the entire family.

 

Tiffany Snoddy posted on 6/4/19

I want to send my sincerest condolences to Terry and his family. Sending love and prayers

 

Jimmie Lynn Whitmire posted on 6/4/19

I'm so sorry! Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Brandon Mathis posted on 6/4/19

Rest in peace brother. I will see you one day. My deepest condolences. Love, Brandon Mathis

 

Darla short posted on 6/4/19

Brandon was such a great friend and guy he will be very missed gone to soon my prayers are with his family see you again someday my friend

 

Mandy Magnet posted on 6/4/19

Brandon was such a sweet soul! It was always a joy to be around him in school. He was such a great friend and person. No matter what kind of day you was having Brandon could always put a smile on your face! Rest In Peace my sweet friend! Mandy( Gilbert) Magnet class of 2008

 

SaraLee Nickell posted on 6/4/19

I have so many treasured memories of this wonderful family and am heartbroken at David’s death.

 

Daniel and Amy Mosteller posted on 6/4/19

Our hearts go out to Becky, Beth and the whole family. We know he was such a big part of your lives, and he will be very missed. Sending prayers for peace and comfort to you all during this difficult time.

 

 

BETTY J WOLYNETZ (BAINBRIDGE) posted on 6/4/19

WE WILL MEET UP SOME DAY AGAIN

 

BETTY J WOLYNETZ (BAINBRIDGE) posted on 6/4/19

REST IN PEACE AND ENJOY THE HERE AFTER....YOUR SISTER BETTY

 

Shirley and Jerry Reiser posted on 6/4/19

So sorry for your loss. May Jesus wrap you in comfort and love. David will be sorely missed, Hugs and much love, praying for y’all ❤️

 

Bill and Candy Watson posted on 6/4/19

Our hearts go out to the family of David. You are loved.

 

Sylvia Ward posted on 6/4/19

So sorry for your loss Love to all prayers going up .

 

 

Sharon King posted on 6/4/19

David's 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. Sharon & Tommy King

 

Sandy Camp posted on 6/4/19

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort in the coming days.

 

Mary Anne Morgan posted on 6/4/19

I’m so sorry for your loss! May God be with you in a very special way now and in the future!! Much love to the family.

 

Ashley Marion posted on 6/4/19

I always enjoyed seeing him at school and when we would run into y’all at restaurants! He was such a sweet man. Love all of you! ❤️ Mrs. Marion

 

Steven Barkdoll posted on 6/4/19

To Fair and the whole family, don't forget that "God loves your heart" Trust in that when your mourn, and know we all our sending positive thoughts and prayers. God Bless

 

Maggie and Bruce Gilliam posted on 6/4/19

We are so sorry for your loss. We send love and prayers to your entire family.

 

Christy constance posted on 6/4/19

Sorry for your loss prayers for the family

 

Barbara Stepp Ward posted on 5/31/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I graduated from East Henderson with Carolyn and enjoyed all the reunions we attended through the years.I also enjoyed talking with her at Walmart.

 

JC posted on 5/31/19

I would like to extend my condolences for the loss of your love one. Jehovah God made a promise to us all at Isaiah 25:8 He will swallow up death forever, And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces. The reproach of his people he will take away from all the earth, For Jehovah himself has spoken it. Very soon now, we will never experience losing our loved ones in death.

 

Zoe Taylor posted on 5/30/19

So sorry for your loss. May you find peace to sustain you.

 

Jeanie posted on 5/30/19

My heart is broken...Brenda so sorry for your loss ..she loved you so much !!! You and her precious grandson....I can not believe she is gone..

 

Renee and Kerry posted on 5/30/19

Jeffrey, I am so very sorry for your loss. I know Aunt Carolyn is finally at peace. I cannot come to the service because June 1st is the day that we lost Rusty 5 years ago. Hugs and love to you!

 

 

Debbie Walker posted on 5/30/19

I'm sorry for your lost of your mother. She always had s smile.

 

Paulette Baynard posted on 5/30/19

Sorry for your loss . May God be with you all .

 

 

Pamela A. Yaney posted on 5/29/19

I will always miss Bill. He was a kindhearted person. He never gave up on anyone. He will always be in everyones's heart.

 

 

Pamela A. Yaney posted on 5/29/19

In memory of William Doughty

 

Ken Mensack posted on 5/29/19

Playing Trivial Pursuit will never be the same.

 

Hamilton posted on 5/26/19

Mr Darlington you were a very good man you were always kind to me. I will pray for Grandma and for your family. I am truly sorry for everything and I hope you have peace. God bless you and keep you as you journey ever east may God bless your family and grant them peace.

 

Sandra Huntley posted on 5/22/19

She was my friend and even though we haven’t seen each other recently she’s always been in my thoughts. Kenny you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. ❤️

 

Lisa (Altmire) Hohn posted on 5/19/19

Becky and Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember your mom as a sweet and gentle soul. I only met her a few times those years we were in college but remember her. May you find peace through the waves of emotions you experience remembering her and the great times spent together.

 

Mary Jo (Wagner) Ullom posted on 5/18/19

I graduated With Bea and Pat in January 1949. I graduated with Bea and Pat from Norwood High School in January 1949. Pat and Ralph returned to Ohio for our 50th reunion. So sorry to hear of your loss. I graduated from Norwood High School in January 1949 with Bea and Pat. We were happy Pat and Ralph were able to return to Ohio for our 50th reunion. God Bless.

 

Rose Sauro posted on 5/17/19

Pat was a very upbeat person and was loved byeveryoneat her Pump House exercise group . She will be greatly missed.

 

Vicki Reeves-Elmlinger posted on 5/17/19

Dear Nancy & Becky~ We are so shocked & saddened with the passing of your mother. Pat was my favorite Aunt & the only person who helped me stay connected to family after my father's death. So grateful for the wonder memories I have because of Pat & Ralph. All Our Thoughts & Prayers~ Vicki & Mark, Lance & Alli

 

Beatrice (Reeves) Pannos posted on 5/16/19

Long time friend and sister-in-law.Many good memories and happy times.I wish we did not live so far away in the later years.

 

Charles & Julie Miller posted on 5/16/19

Great Memories of a funny, spirited neighbor with whom we shared good times, stories and glasses of wine It was always a pleasure to be in her company Since moving away in 2016 we have often discussed the good times we had with Pat She will be missed but not forgotten

 

Charles & Julie Miller posted on 5/16/19

Great Memories :-) !

 

Alton Connor posted on 5/13/19

Ken, Shirley and family ~ My heart goes out to you in the Homegoing of your dear Mother. With my thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy. Alton

 

Eddie Merrell posted on 5/13/19

Kenny & family, so sorry for the passing of your Mother. She was a wonderful lady & terrific neighbor. Always so kind to my Grandmother. May she rest in peace.

 

Brenda Niehoff posted on 5/8/19

Sorry for your loss. I will be praying for all the family

 

Marsha Russ posted on 5/7/19

I am soo sorry for your loss. I will keep your family in my prayers.

 

Rhonda Derden posted on 5/7/19

So sorry for your loss! Thoughts and prayers for the family during your time of need.

 

Andy Cairnes & Christie Cairnes posted on 5/7/19

Gone too soon! Many prayers for the family! Praying for healing hearts & minds.

 

Christie Cairnes & Andy Cairnes posted on 5/7/19

Many prayers for the family! Praying for healing of your hearts & minds. Gone to soon!

 

Larry Roose posted on 5/6/19

Joyce, I was so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers in the days ahead. I have fond memories of working at Merrill together with Bob for many years. He was a real gentleman and a pleasure to work with. I have a great respect for Bob's service to our country. May the gathering of your family at this time provide some time for sharing good memories.

 

 

Kathleen Bergin Fey posted on 5/6/19

I am so sorry to hear of Imogene’s death. She was such a lovely person. We spent lots of time together doing Ladies Bible Studies at First Baptist. She was funny and classy and part of a group that often did lunch together. She came into my daughter’s life during a memorable weekend in Cincinnati when Imogene with her own dear friend and Mary (my daughter) who was visiting her friend all went to the zoo together. Mary spent a good deal of time showing Imogene how to use her cameraphone. They found out about their mutual connection to me, and Imogene always wanted to know how Mary, a college student then, was doing. Such a lovely lady.

 

Kay Bilderback Burtis posted on 5/5/19

Joyce, I send you my condolences on the death of Bob. I have fond memories of the two of you from high school. I recall Bob being on the state championship basket ball team. His service to our country must have led to an interesting life for you both. My thoughts are with you at this sad time.

 

Kay Bilderback Burtis posted on 5/5/19

Joyce, I send you my condolences on the death of Bob. I have fond memories of the two of you from high school. I recall that Bob was on the state championship basket ball team and that he was a very nice guy. His service to our country must have made for a very interesting life for the two of you. My thoughts are with you.

 

 

Nancy Walker posted on 5/2/19

So sorry for your loss ❤️

 

 

Nancy Walker posted on 5/2/19

So sorry for your loss !

 

Paulette Wooten Kernodle posted on 5/1/19

Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers. My family and I enjoyed hearing your mother sing.

 

Heather McCormack posted on 5/1/19

I am soo sad about hearing this news. I loved your mother dearly. And enjoyed the time we had together soo many years ago. She was such a beautiful soul.I am also rejoicing in knowing she is reunited with Lisa in our father's kingdom. Sending your family love and prayers

 

Lura Wyatt posted on 5/1/19

My condolences, love and prayers to the family. Marie was one of the most caring, loving and kind person I have ever known. She was definitely one of God's angels on earth and she will be greatly missed. Heaven has gained a new saint. Love to all and may your lives be blessed.

 

 

Victor Corn posted on 4/30/19

Psalms 116:15 Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints. And precious she was. Love you, Aunt Ree!

 

Sonya Corn posted on 4/30/19

One of the most precious people I've ever had the privilege of knowing. She was truly one of a kind. Love and prayers for her family.

 

Lela and Roger posted on 4/29/19

We are so sorry for your loss. May God Bless you and keep you in this time of sorrow.

 

Dena Taylor Norman posted on 4/29/19

Marie spent many hours with me as teenager. She took the time to encourage me. She made me feel loved and accepted. Even some 40+ years later I think of her, and appreciate how she touched my life. I hope for peace and love to bolster her family during this time of acute loss.

 

 

Bruce Robinson posted on 4/29/19

John was a great friend. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Xavier Wilson posted on 4/25/19

This really saddened me words can never express how much you meant to all of us. How you touched so many lives. Those mornings you would turn down the radio cause I was singing to the top of my lungs. To you showing me how to make some awsome cole slaw. Thanks

 

The Rivers Family posted on 4/24/19

Our deepest condolences to the family. When our loved ones fall asleep in death, words alone cannot ease the pain of our loss. Our loving God Jehovah understands how we feel and he comforts us by means of his word the Bible. Psalm 147:3 reads He (God) heals the brokenhearted; He binds up their wounds. We can also find comfort from Jesus words at John 5:28-29 “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out”. May these scriptures bring comfort and calmness of heart to you during the difficult days ahead. To learn more about this promise please visit our website: jw.org and view the comforting video; What is the Condition of the Dead?

 

Suzette Hackett (front desk kanuga) posted on 4/24/19

Wendy always was a joy. Every time I saw her she was smiling. One should never have to bury a child. Vicky, know that you are loved and prayed for!

 

Ray Thornton posted on 4/24/19

No words can express the sadness in my heart you will definitely be missed you loved and treated me just like I was your kid and for that I thank you lots of memories from good ole kanuga

 

Adrienne posted on 4/23/19

To the Mills Family, I Send my deepest condolences and all my love. I'm grateful that I have been able to see Avery and Dion (Book) grow into amazing young men. Wendy you will be missed and you will always be held in my heart. with lots of love xoxo

 

Janet Travis-Formerly Steverson posted on 4/23/19

My Grandparents (the Wunderlich's) were pretty close to Mr. Cheadle. I will never forget how kind he was. I've known him since I was a little girl, and he always had a smile on his face. When Gpa wasn't doing so well, he would come over to check on him. I always looked up to him. I am a veteran also, and we would talk shop. I am honored to meet someone from WWII USMC era. He was a true leader, and I he will be truly missed.

 

Janet Travis (Formerly Steverson) posted on 4/23/19

My Grandparents (the Wunderlich's) were pretty close to Mr. Cheadle. I will never forget how kind he was. I've known him since I was a little girl, and he always had a smile on his face. When Gpa wasn't doing so well, he would come over to check on him. I always looked up to him. I am a veteran also, and we would talk shop. I am honored to meet someone from WWII USMC era. He was a true leader, and I he will be truly missed.

 

Carol Fouts posted on 4/21/19

Paula, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Mr. Polega. I know that he will be dearly missed.

 

Benny&Elaine Cole posted on 4/21/19

Sorry for your loss,you are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Bill and Sheila Berger posted on 4/20/19

Lisa, Our hearts are saddened for your loss; but, the joy Chris bought to your life, and all those he touched, will always be there. May God comfort you all. Love you all.

 

Ann Moroni posted on 4/20/19

My deepest condolences to the family. Sat at church service with Darwin and his wife every Sunday. He will be missed. Always had a kind word and smile. Prayers are with the family.

 

Viola Skogen posted on 4/20/19

I was sorry to hear about Dorwin. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family.

 

Ron Santilli posted on 4/19/19

So sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working and playing softball as well as golf with Leon. What a wonderful man. I will always remember those times.

 

Samuel Ray Henson posted on 4/16/19

Sorry to read about Leon wish I could be there. I always loved going to aunt Jessie in the summer.

 

Vanessa (Praytor) Livingston posted on 4/14/19

Donna and family I am so very saddened to see this news. I loved working with you both at General Travel and was so happy when you began a life and family together. Evan was one of a kind in the best way! Praying for peace and comfort for you all.

 

Mindy Buchanan posted on 4/13/19

I was blessed to have met Evan at Continental. He was such a wonderful, caring, funny friend who always had a way to put a smile on my face no matter how bad my day was going. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. May God comfort them and give them peace. RIP Evan

 

Chris and Lynn Lance posted on 4/13/19

Lisa, We were heartbroken to hear of Chris’s passing. You and the children have been in our prayers. Chris was a terrific man who will be remembered fondly. May God give you peace and strength in this difficult time.

 

richard kaltenbach posted on 4/13/19

Donna and family, So sorry for the loss of Evan. My prayers are with you all.

 

Geff Hoots posted on 4/13/19

Dear Brother, it will be nine years this Sunday, since the day you left us to be with Jesus. I miss you little buddy, so so much. Enjoy the fishing, and please leave a few nice ones for me to catch when I get there... To God be the Glory, Amen.

 

Andrea Martinez, Sr. HR Specialist posted on 4/13/19

Evan: I’m so sorry I did not have a chance to say good-bye. You were always so thorough and kind when speaking with me - and so patient when I missed your calls or had to search for the answers to your questions. I’ve been out on medical leave myself since the end of February, and it breaks my heart that I most likely missed a few calls from you. I know you will be missed by so many. God bless you, Evan. May you Rest In Peace and your family rest in God’s comfort.

 

Darla Sharp posted on 4/12/19

Deep condolences to your family on your loss. May you find peace in this time of sorrow with the love of your family and friends. Sending you Love...

 

Steve Surrett posted on 4/12/19

Evan will be missed by all who knew him. He always had a kind word and a smile for all he met. He will live on in all our memories.

 

Aubrey Coward posted on 4/12/19

Knowing and working with Evan has been a privilege; such a positive and friendly person is rare. God’s healing to his family, God’s peace to Evan. His passing leaves an empty place in this world. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

david brooks posted on 4/12/19

Evan, what can you say. the man was a great man and friend. when the chips were down,he would always say something funny to make you smile. my condolences go out to you and your family. my thoughts go out to all of your family and friends who knew him. he will be missed by all.

 

Wanda souther posted on 4/12/19

So sad to lose such a wonderful person, he will be missed by everyone. He was so funny and had a great sense of humor . Rest in peace my friend !

 

Jerry and Linda Hegar posted on 4/11/19

So sorry for your earthly loss but thankful with you for God’s promises for the future. You are in our thoughts.

 

Jerry and Linda Hegar posted on 4/11/19

So very sorry for your earthly loss but thankful for God’s promises for the future. You are in our thoughts.

 

Sara Lee Nickell posted on 4/11/19

Kristen and Tracy, unable to be with you Friday but you are in my thoughts. I was privileged to count your mother as my friend and coworker. She even talked me into helping her wallpaper your bedrooms tho I had never done that! We shared laughs and tears and I will remember a strong and loving woman. Sara Lee Nickell

 

Karen Rohrer posted on 4/11/19

Donna and Family--I am so sorry for your loss! Your family is dear to us at Camp Tekoa. I will pray for all of you.

 

Beth Meserve posted on 4/11/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Evan will leave a big hole in many lives. My thoughts and prayers are with the many family members and friends he leaves behind. May God comfort you as you grieve together.

 

Sarah Summey posted on 4/11/19

I am so sad to hear about the loss of Evan. His humor and wisdom is something that I will always hold dear. He was truly a wonderful man. My heart will be with the Tompkins family during this time. Please don't hesitate to reach out. I love you all, and I'm so incredibly sorry for your loss.

 

Kathy Crowder posted on 4/11/19

A dear friend and part of our Conti family who I will miss terribly. My thoughts and prayers go to Evan’s family.

 

Sheila Penland posted on 4/10/19

We worked with Evan at Continental. He was always nice and had a positive attitude. He was a joy to be around. May the Lord give you comfort and strength in the days ahead. Mr. & Mrs. Tracy Penland

 

Sharon King posted on 4/10/19

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time Joe & Marilyn Thompson Sharon & Tommy King

 

 

Mary Mariut posted on 4/10/19

I am very sad to hear about Evan passing and want to let you know you are all in my prayers. He was a very kind spirit and wonderful to talk to friend. He will be missed.

 

Patricia Robbins posted on 4/10/19

Met Chris many years ago when Lisa came into my life. Such a wonderful young man and wow did he love Lisa. I will miss you young man. Such a wonderful smile.

 

Sue Pearson posted on 4/10/19

Lisa, garrett,Lucy, So sorry about Chris.Lisa you all are in my prayers.I am here is you need to talk, or a big hug...love you all, Sue Pearson

 

Keith Lindsey posted on 4/10/19

Until we meet again my friend, its was a pleasure knowing you. All the memories we shared I'll cherished forever. Rest in peace Kenny you will missed and always be loved. Your Friend Keith Lindsey

 

Leslie Jean Newell posted on 4/10/19

I only met her awhile after becoming a near neighbor. She seemed like she was a wonderful person. Now her spirit is with God. Now she is healed. God bless her!

 

Joanne Small posted on 4/9/19

I am so very sorry for your loss!!! I work for a couple where Chris had beautifully taken care of their yard. Chris was always such a positive and kind man! May your memories with him prove to be a great source of comfort during this difficult time! Sincerely,

 

John and Gracie Nix posted on 4/9/19

Karen and family , Allow us to extend our deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. Losing a parent is one of the biggest losses that can be suffered by anyone. May you find God's presence with you as you journey through the time of grief No one can replace a mom, but God can comfort a grieving heart. He knows what you need during this time much better than anyone else.

 

Gary and Michelle Carter posted on 4/9/19

Lisa, Garrett and Lucy we are wrapping you in love and prayers. We are so sorry. We love each of you and are here for you. Heaven gained an awesome Christian man.

 

Candi Milam Hollifield posted on 4/9/19

Tammy my heart is with you all as you & your family go through this loss. Many many prayers will continue. ~fly Chris fly~ Love,Candi

 

Cynthia Rush posted on 4/9/19

My heart goes out to the family. Whenever a person leaves us here on earth it is very hard for us. We want to keep our loved ones close. We need to remember that her spirit will always be with us. May you rest in peace Andy.

 

Kenneth & Deborah Cagle posted on 4/9/19

So sorry for your loss. Chris was a wonderful, Godly man and will be missed. Lisa, Garrett and Lucy, you are in our prayers.

 

Earl & Peggy Jackson posted on 4/9/19

Lisa & family. So sorry to hear about the passing of your husband, Chris. We didn't know him, but remember you worked at Mud Creek for a long time. We were at the baptisim of your children at Mud Creek Sunday - what precious children

 

Rachel Lowery, EHHS '99 posted on 4/9/19

I am saddened to hear that one of my favorite (and powerfully impactful) teachers from East has joined the angels above. Her words from 20+ years ago remain with me to this very day. She empowered me, she inspired me and she promoted an environment where I felt safe to be myself. She saw me for...me. Which, as a teenager trying to figure out your place in the chaotic world of high school, was everything. She valued me for my uniqueness and helped me recognize my strengths. She was truly a remarkable human being and I have no doubt she will be an extraordinary angel.

 

TERESA'S RAY posted on 4/9/19

She was one of my favorite teachers. I remember her smile so well. She made a great impact on many lives. She has left an amazing legacy that her family can be proud of. God bless you all with his great comfort, mercy and Grace.

 

Samantha Stepp Laughter posted on 4/9/19

I loved having her as a teacher, she will be greatly missed! Thoughts and prayers with the family during this difficult time.

 

Chad Adair posted on 4/9/19

Chris was the best and my life is better for him being part of it!

 

 

Chad Adair posted on 4/9/19

Chris was as good as it gets and my life is better for him being part of it!

 

Mike & Freida Chapa posted on 4/9/19

So sorry for your loss. Our prayers go to the family.

 

Cheri Hoffman & Cliff Johnson posted on 4/9/19

Lisa our hearts break for you, Garrett and Lucy. We add our love and prayers to all those being offered for you.

 

Shane Bradley posted on 4/9/19

Kristen I am very sorry to her about your mom she was a wonderful lady. I had the honor and privilege of having her my senior year at East Henderson and also to graduate with you. She was one of the best at East. May God bless you and your family at this time

 

Tiffany Gordon posted on 4/9/19

So sorry to hear this she was one of my favorite teachers at East, she made psychology class fun.

 

Pat Lingafeldt Webb posted on 4/9/19

Well Tracy so sorry to hear of your Mom;s passing & know that U and all the familys are in my thoughts & prayers !! Not sure i even meet her but one daughter i know, YOU, she sure did a awesome job bringing a wonderful precious girl !! To all the family uns are in my thoughts & prayers as you go through this & i know GOD will be right by your side ! Love U, Brad & the boys alot !! all our love Pat & Carl Webb

 

Jackee saltz lavine posted on 4/9/19

She was one of my favorite teachers in high school and I will never forget how she truly cares about her students. She will be deeply missed ... My thoughts and prayers go out to her family a....

 

Leogy and Wanda Aiken posted on 4/9/19

So sorry for your lost praying for all

 

Jodie Head Jones posted on 4/9/19

You met many teachers as go thru your life in school, very few make an impression like Ms. Johnson! A Lady that was the face of Grace in a room full of teenager stess. On tough Lady that my sister, Susie Head and I will miss. My condolences to the family.

 

Janice Metcalf Green posted on 4/8/19

We would like to express our sympathy and please know that we are keeping you in our prayers. We only knew your family for a few days but Chris showed great courage and strength. All of the family were very sweet and compassionate to us. We are the family who shared the unit at The Elizabeth House. The Grace Metcalf family.

 

Brenda “Hollingsworth” Sutton posted on 4/8/19

She was one of the few teachers I truly trusted and looked up too. I feel she had a lot to do with the woman I’ve become. Prayers going up for the family.

 

Summer Wilkins posted on 4/8/19

Fly high Kenny. You were there for us in so many ways. Thank you for teaching us to fish, cook and being a wonderful stepdad! I will Be forever grateful!

 

Beckie Cagle posted on 4/8/19

My heart hurts for you and the children. Chris fought a courageous fight and will be missed by many! My prayers are for Lisa, Lucy and Garret in the days ahead. .

 

Neal Hanks posted on 4/8/19

Our family is thinking of you all during this difficult time. Warmly, Neal Hanks

 

Martha Ruff posted on 4/8/19

So sorry for your loss. Remembering you in our prayers. Jack & Martha Ruff

 

 

Cheryl Replogle posted on 4/8/19

nancy I will truely miss we met at work. at FM YOU BABYSAT MY KIDS. DELIVERED TELEHONE BOOKS WITH YOU, &GEORrGE, PICKED ME UP FOR WORK. he was really a bad driverI will miss you alot, love cheryl replogle

 

Amber Neese posted on 4/7/19

So sad to hear this. It was such a pleasure to know you Matt. Love, light, and prayers for the family

 

 

Amber Neese posted on 4/7/19

It was a pleasure to know you Matt. Love, Light and Prayers to your family ❤

 

Dot Reese posted on 4/7/19

Matt was a person filled with much wisdom. His big smile, wonderful hugs, giving heart, and always welcomed you into his home with open arms. Matt loved his beautiful wife, Lois, his girls grandchildren, and his fur babies. RIP Matt i will miss you. I will always cherish the memories spent with you and Lois..

 

Dot Reese posted on 4/7/19

Matt was a person of wisdom. He loved his beautiful wife, Lois, and his girls, grandchildren, and his fur badies. Matt will surely be missed. I met Matt when he moved into my neighborhood several tearsbago. He instantly became a friend forever. His smile, compassion and giving heart will be missed. Lois and Laura, Matt was a person you could talk with and knew he would give you the answer you wanted to hear. I will always cherish the many memories spent with he and Lois. Pray that God will continue to bless this beautiful family and you will always cherish his memories. Rest in Peace, Matt, I love you!

 

John and Carol Koerner posted on 4/6/19

Dear John, Our thoughts are with you...

 

Bob and Suzzanne Thomaxon posted on 4/5/19

Matt always had a twinkle in his eye and a big smile. He loved sharing stories and information. He always had hugs to share, He will be missed but we all have a smile in our hearts when we think of him and all the good times and laughter we shared. May God rest his soul in peace and love.

 

 

Patience Dixon posted on 4/5/19

Patience So sorry to hear of Matt’s passing. My thoughts are with you in time of sorry. Love you, Aunt Patience

 

Harry and Dotti Boice posted on 4/5/19

Lois, so sad to about Matt passing away. Although we haven't seen you both in awhile, thought about you often and your precious fur babies. Prayers for you and the family.

 

Gerald Klein posted on 4/5/19

Forgot to mention My Brother Matt was a true Patriot! Matt served as Sargeant in the Marine Corp reserve and was selected to go to OCS.. He then served in te Army for 2 years at a Nike Missle site in Michigan. RIP Matt. You will be missed by so many. LOVE YOU! Your Brother Gerry

 

 

Maria C Alonso posted on 4/5/19

My heart breaks for the loss of Matt whom I know only through his daughter Laura. Children are a reflection of their parents and so what a beautiful job Matt and Lois did with Laura and her kind and caring spirit, desire to help others and her own love and devotion to her family. Godspeed!

 

Marcia Lee posted on 4/3/19

We knew Matt through his wonderful wife Lois. We were lucky to visit him in his beautiful homes except for Ocala and Fletcher. He was always a generous host and kept us entertained. He loved and was so proud of his family, always keeping us up to date on their activities. Good-bye Matt, you will be missed. P.S. He knew how to buy machines! On one of his moves in 1995 (or there about he sold us a Honda lawn mower, we are still using it and it starts first time every time each summer!!

 

Melissa Oshins posted on 4/3/19

Don was a gentleman. My Parents always enjoyed visiting Leah and Don when they lived in Vermont. He will be missed!

 

Dorothy L Sproule posted on 4/2/19

So sorry for your loss. Nancy and I grew up together and shared many memories.

 

John Zaloudek posted on 3/27/19

Anytime I think of Bill, it is always his big, warm, welcoming smile. My wife and I were able to visit with him in April 2017 while on a trip and that big smile was still on display despite the impact of an earlier stroke. Linda, we will not be able to attend the March 29 services in person but will be there in spirit. In the meantime we will keep in touch. John and Marylou Zaloudek

 

Patrisia Magallon posted on 3/26/19

We would like to express our sincere condolences to you and your family. With deep sympathy, we share your sorrow, after the tears have dried and the goodbyes have been said, all we have to hold onto are the happy memories that we’ve shared with our loved ones who have passed, this is what keeps them alive in our hearts and in our minds, and they will continue to live on, through us. May God give you the strength to endure the pain you are going through and may he embrace you and comfort your family during this difficult time."Jesus said to her: 'I am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life.'"-John 11:25

 

Lynnette Raines posted on 3/17/19

Wilma was always gracious. We worked at the bank together years ago and it was always great to see her throughout the years.

 

Carmen Anderson posted on 3/16/19

Sending love and prayers to the whole family..i love u Lucian. Sweetest little boy ever. I know Jesus has given you the lungs and strong legs you didn't have on Earth. Love you guys.

 

Sarah Holmes & Family posted on 3/16/19

I am so sorry to hear about Wilma. Even though I met her later in her life, I feel like I knew everything about her through the conversations with her sister Margaret and the wonderful and funny stories Wilma and Margaret would tell as they sat at the table on her visits to Georgia. Wilma was a beautiful lady inside and out and I know she is rejoicing Heaven as we speak with Henry and Margaret. My daughters also send their deepest sympathies.

 

 

Tiffany Mercado posted on 3/16/19

May You Be With God And May God Keep You Sade..Sorry You had to Go so early in Life..But May You Be Your Parents Angel Now

 

Lynn & Ken Franks posted on 3/15/19

So sorry for your family's loss. Precious child. Wish we had known him. God's got a special place for him. Praying for you and your family.

 

Alton Connor posted on 3/15/19

My heartfelt thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to Wilma's family. May God's grace and peace sustain you all. In His Love, Alton Connor

 

Jim and Debbie Cottam posted on 3/15/19

You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Kim Hogan(Sutton) posted on 3/15/19

I’m so sorry , I won’t be able to make it to the service but the family is in our prayers .

 

Agnes Lee, Springfield , MO. posted on 3/15/19

Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Annette Castillo posted on 3/15/19

God's got one more Angel in heaven now my prayers go to the family rip

 

Cindy Harris Gibson posted on 3/15/19

Joy, I'm so sorry to hear of this loss for your family. You all are in our prayers.

 

Crista Andrade posted on 3/15/19

Joy I am so sorry for your families loss.Me and my family will keep you and your family in our prayers. You know we go back a long ways and i look as you are my sister if you need anything or Selina Maria Kiki Mike or anyone in your family don't hesitate to let me know. He was a precious gift from God. Him and Christain are about the same age i can't i,imagine the pain you guys are going thru but look up my friend when you can't go any further he will carry you. Love all of you. CRISTA

 

Don, Kathy, and John in Gainesville, Ga. posted on 3/15/19

Prayers for peace for the Barker family. Love to all.

 

Andrea Stone posted on 3/15/19

Prayers for the family.

 

Alma West posted on 3/15/19

Words can not express how sorry I am for you loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Brad Holley posted on 3/15/19

Thoughts and Prayers are with you all.

 

 

Ashley Harper posted on 3/15/19

Saying prayers for this sweet family.

 

 

Destinee posted on 3/15/19

I remember your mommy finding out she was having a little boy she was so excited to meet you I never got the chance to meet you but I know you were such a strong and sweet little boy ❤️

 

Nana Joy posted on 3/15/19

Lucian nana is gonna miss you but i know that one day i will see you again but you gonna be walking and talking to me what a wonderful day that will be .Nana loves you baby

 

Ted and Beverly Allison posted on 3/15/19

Such a dear, sweet lady Daisy was.⁦❤️⁩ To know her was to love her. All of you will be in our prayers. Love all of you and if there is anything we can do, please let us know.

 

Joan Peterson, Orlando FL posted on 3/15/19

I remember sitting with Ms. Wilma in choir for many years as a teenager and college student. I have wonderful memories of The Messiah production. She was so beautiful, both inside and out. She and Henry were the most gorgeous couple! Praying for you all. I wish I wasn’t so far away or I would be there for her service.

 

Christy Miller posted on 3/15/19

Forever missed but I’ve been forever changed knowing you. God ushered me right to you at the right time and I’ve been honored to know you. I didn’t get to give this note to you that I had wrote just days before you left this world. So here it is::: You have made me feel like a princess and in my whole life I never have before. You have inspired me to get out of poverty thinking and embrace colors, clothing, even life as fun, enjoyable, exciting. I can’t thank you enough for influencing my life at a critical time of embracing 2019 as my best year ever. My prayer is that God can give you the peace that passes all understanding and that Jesus will pour his love on you. Php 4:7 

 

Christy posted on 3/15/19

Forever missed but I’ve been forever changed knowing you. God ushered me right to you at the right time and I’ve been honored to know you. I didn’t get to give this note to you that I had wrote just days before you left this world. So here it is::: You have made me feel like a princess and in my whole life I never have before. You have inspired me to get out of poverty thinking and embrace colors, clothing, even life as fun, enjoyable, exciting. I can’t thank you enough for influencing my life at a critical time of embracing 2019 as my best year ever. My prayer is that God can give you the peace that passes all understanding and that Jesus will pour his love on you. Php 4:7  And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your thoughts in Christ Jesus.

 

 

Amanda Betts posted on 3/15/19

So incredibly sorry for your loss. My heart absolutely breaks for both of you. Know that the Lord is with you every step of the way, and that I am only a phone call away. Love to you both. ❤️

 

Deborah Jones posted on 3/15/19

Sorry for your loss. Praying for your family.

 

 

Deborah Socha posted on 3/15/19

God bless.

 

Elizabeth Palumbo posted on 3/13/19

Sandra was a rare soul. Such a beautiful woman whose entrance filled the room with joy and love. She surrounded her life with friends who now share the blissful memories of her loving spirit.

 

Claire Collins posted on 3/13/19

We only knew each other a short time but became immediate friends.

 

Irene OSTROFF. Palm Beach Florida posted on 3/13/19

Everyone who knew SANDRA will be deeply saddened She was a lovely elegant spiritual friend And we will miss her.

 

Greg Vickers posted on 3/12/19

Carl's family has scheduled a remembrance service for both our dear Aunt Glenda and Uncle Carleton in Reston, Virginia on Friday, April 5 from 3-6:00 PM. If you'd like more information, please email me at [email protected] Thank you, Greg Vickers

 

Larry and Betsy Hinkle posted on 3/5/19

Larry and I send our deepest sympathy. We learned of Imogene’s new residence with Jesus while out of town. We would love to have honored her life with our presence. You both continue to remain in our hearts. Our prayers for you,Elmer, and all your family.

 

Michelle Wilson posted on 3/2/19

Rest in peace sweet friend.

 

Teresa Lee posted on 3/2/19

Leca & David, I am so sorry to read of your Mother’s passing, she was a wonderful lady. I will always have fond memories of spending time with your family growing up. With my deepest sympathy, Terri (Osteen) Lee

 

Betty Ingersoll posted on 3/1/19

David and Leca, I just learned of Imogene's passing, I am so sorry, my thoughts are with you and all the family. Clyde & Betty

 

Rhonda Curry posted on 2/27/19

I'm sorry for your loss - Joanne was such a wonderful person and a joy to know.

 

Cindy Blake Taylor posted on 2/26/19

Gary, I'm so very saddened to read this. I am speechless. I know you've been reunited with your parents, Mother & Daddy, Norene and all of your friends. Sending comforting thoughts and prayers to those you loved. Blessings, Cindy

 

Ronald and Debbie Jones posted on 2/26/19

Wanda we were sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. We have you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Terry Lisa Walker posted on 2/24/19

Never forgotten.

 

Pam Dalton Reese posted on 2/24/19

Bradley/Justus Family I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful kind and giving person. She was special to me.

 

 

Michelle Renuart Morgan posted on 2/24/19

Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Harry Strider posted on 2/24/19

I am very sorry to be hearing about this on the night of the 23rd. David & Leca please accept my sincere condolences.

 

Paul and Glenda Burke posted on 2/23/19

Gene we are sorry for the loss of your mother. You and your family are in our prayers. Love you

 

Nancy Thornburg posted on 2/23/19

So very sorry for your loss. There is nothing harder than losing your mom or dad. Sending prayers and hugs for comfort. Love to all!

 

Ray and Judith Harrill posted on 2/23/19

We are so sorry to hear of Imogene’s passing. She was much loved in our Sunday School class and choir. We will miss her. May God Bless You and give you comfort and peace. Our prayers are with you.

 

Walt and Liz Christian posted on 2/23/19

Leca, 0ur hearts and prayers are with you and family. May you experience God's presence, strength and comfort today and in the days ahead. Love, Walt and Liz

 

Kathy Woody posted on 2/23/19

Frank, I am so sorry to see the passing of your mother. My prayers are with you and your family. God Bless

 

Timmie Bozard Albergotti posted on 2/23/19

Thinking of you all today with much love and prayers ! So sorry for your loss.

 

Selina Edney posted on 2/23/19

I am so sorry for the loss of Imogene. She was a wonderful woman and will be deeply missed.

 

Maxine Staton posted on 2/23/19

So sorry for your loss

 

Ken and Shirley Hill posted on 2/22/19

Ken and I were very saddened to hear of Imogene's passing. David, Leca and other family members, we send you our sincere sympathy. We always loved her sweet personality and enjoyed seeing her singing in the choir at First Baptist. We are sorry we won't be in town for the services Saturday, but will keep you in our prayers. May you be blessed with God's overwhelming peace and memories of a life well-lived. God bless you all!

 

Hannah Triplett posted on 2/22/19

Horacio, you taught me how to love and I'm forever grateful to of had you as my fiance and best friend. You'll always have my heart and will always be my one. I miss you more than anything. Fly High My Angel. I love you.

 

Darlene & Lisa posted on 2/20/19

So sad you are gone, unbelievable. You touched many people while you were here, we feel blessed to have known you and praying for your family as you will be missed.

 

Frank Harmstad posted on 2/19/19

So very sorry to hear about Tommy. He was a good friend and helped me a lot while I was building and updating my house. Rest in peace Tommy

 

 

Samantha posted on 2/19/19

I love and miss you mommy!

 

 

Samantha posted on 2/19/19

I miss and love you mommy!!!

 

Doug Warren posted on 2/18/19

I met Earl in 1979when I started dating Angela,his neice,he welcomed me to the family saying " they all crazy", but I fit right in.earl was a good friend,a good man,rest in Jesus's arms my friend,it's the place to be,you deserve it!

 

 

Eddie and Angie McGraw posted on 2/17/19

Tommy was a caring man and a good friend to us. He was a great carpenter and passionately loved music. I truly believe he was the kind of man who would give you the shirt off his back.

 

Jeffrey Current posted on 2/17/19

my thoughts & prayers for Sandi’s entire family during this very difficult time

 

Carol Jarrell posted on 2/15/19

I am so sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful man. Loved him so much. Had I known the arrangements, I would have done my best to be there today. God Bless all of you. He was so proud of his family. Love and prayers for all.

 

Lesley Keeble posted on 2/14/19

Dear Julia , My heart goes out to you and your family during this sad time . Love, Lesley

 

Doug and Linda Thoms posted on 2/14/19

We were saddened to read of the passing of your wife Sandy. Extending our deepest sympathy to you and your family. May God be with you at this most difficult time.

 

Kathleen Moore posted on 2/14/19

Dear Lee and girls and their families, I wish to extend my sympathy to you all in your loss of Sandie. Memories of coming home from church circle and talking in front of your home, just being with her as a friend, even if it was many years ago, she was such a great woman to know. Kathleen Moore ( Lois Watschke)

 

JERRY MANEY posted on 2/14/19

YOU WILL BE MISSED SO MUCH, AND ALWAYS REMEMBERED. REST IN PEACE REGINA.

 

 

Sharon King posted on 2/14/19

Joe's family, So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at this difficult time. Joe will be missed by his family and friends. Sharon & Tommy King

 

Robyn Hunnicutt posted on 2/14/19

Melissa we are so sorry for your loss!! Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!!!

 

 

Nancy Dowler posted on 2/13/19

Joe was a wonderful man and loved by many

 

 

Nancy posted on 2/13/19

Joe was a wonderful man and loved by many.

 

Sue pearson posted on 2/13/19

So sorry about the passing of Joe,I always loved him . Very special person.RIPJoe

 

Virginia McCone posted on 2/13/19

My memories of Mt. Lake CHRISTIAN School include your family. Extending my sympathy to all of you in the loss of Sandy. Praying for comfort during this difficult time.

 

Virginia McCone posted on 2/13/19

I remember you from Mt. Lake Christian School days when my children attended Bethany and the Christian school. Extending my sincerest sympathy to Lee. And to all of your family at this time of great Loss.

 

Floyd and Brenda Marti posted on 2/13/19

Dear Lee, Kim and Erica, We extend our deepest sympathy to all of you at this sad time. Sandi was a very dear friend and will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her. You are all in thoughts and prayers now and in the days ahead.

 

Jim & Barbara Douglas (windows in Penrose once a year) posted on 2/13/19

Dear Lee and Family, So sorry to hear of your wife"s passing, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Larry and Janie McKinley posted on 2/13/19

Joe always had a story to tell, and it was often outlandish -- but usually true. We appreciate the favors he did for us, and remember his kindnesses even as his health failed.

 

Pam Pellegrom posted on 2/13/19

Lee, My sincere sympathies to you and your family. I continued to pray for Sandra and my husband as they battled multiple myeloma over the past years. I believe she fought hard right up until the end, and now she’s resting in the bosom of our Lord. May the comfort, sympathy and love of friends reflect God’s love and kindness at this time when you need Him the most. God’s peace, Pam Pellegrom

 

Anna and Eric Case posted on 2/13/19

Joe will always be a wonderful memory that we can reflect and laugh. So many memories to carry on. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family

 

Teresa Ooley (Beeker) posted on 2/13/19

We have all lost a great person. My husband and I lost a great friend and fishing buddy. I lost a cousin and friend for life for 40 years.As you said in your last words, I love you ba y and will see you on the other side."

 

Jim and Marcia Marti posted on 2/13/19

Dear Lee and family, We are so very sad to hear of Sandy's passing. Know that you are all in our prayers.

 

Cathi and Tim Bell posted on 2/13/19

My husband Tim Bell and Joe were friends for many years. Joe taught Tim how to run a backhoe. He will be missed. GOD BLESS ALL!!!

 

 

Debbie Walker posted on 2/13/19

Joe I'll miss your smile and your jokes. I'll miss the most is that giggle and your eyes dancing. That's when I knew you were full of mud. We will miss you dearly my friend. With a broken heart . I love you my dear friend.

 

The Rachels' Family posted on 2/13/19

We are so sorry to hear about Joe.... Good man, great soul! Prayers, thoughts, and love to your family!

 

 

David & Diane Turner posted on 2/13/19

Joe was a great man and Always with A Happy Smile...God Bless The Family

 

Ralph and Barbara Cable posted on 2/13/19

We were blessed to call Joe our friend. A great man with a heart of gold and a beautiful smile. Joe will be missed by so many and was dearly loved by his family and friends. Rest in the arms of your Lord and Savior. Love you Joe!

 

Doran & Charlene Harris posted on 2/12/19

Joe,what can we say about Joe? First one there to help, first one to put a smile on your face no matter what the situation was, Joe so kind hearted and loving. Joe made the world around you a better place. Joe made the world brighter. I think the world will be a little dimmer now. We love you Joe King....you will be missed by all.

 

Jody (Breiholz) Kirchner posted on 2/12/19

Lee & Family, you have my sincere condolences on the loss of Sandi. I will always remember Sandi and your family from my days growing up in Sleepy Eye and belonging to United Methodist. Prayers for you all.

 

Amber Burgess Cox posted on 2/12/19

Joe, You’re in a better place and your memory lives on in all of us that knew you. I will never forget you and David Cagle taking such good care of me when I was a rookie deputy. You all were the best. Nobody makes them like you anymore! I love you.

 

 

Karen Harris Allan posted on 2/12/19

Known him since the 80's from Blue Ridge Fire Department. My father worked with him. He was always laughing at something, always had a smile. I will miss him so much. What a great Angle Heaven received.

 

 

Tami Nordman posted on 2/12/19

You were an amazing friend and will be greatly missed by us and everyone else who ever had the chance to get to know you! Love you Joe and I'll really miss your laugh and mischievous smile!

 

Chris & Shirley Drake posted on 2/12/19

We thought the world of Joe, on our last visit we reminisced about the fun times & we laughed a lot, so glad to have known him for some many years! RIP our friend, we will be praying for your family & loved ones! ♥️

 

Cheryl (Sherri Anders) Davis posted on 2/12/19

My first date when I was 15.. My Aunt fixed us up in a blind date. God bless him!! Rest in Peace my friend

 

Bill and Candy Watson posted on 2/12/19

Prayers are with your family, you will be missed by many. But, I know that now you are healed and with our Lord.

 

Tammie (Steadman) Condon posted on 2/12/19

Joe - The Man, The Myth, The Legend. I learned a great deal from you over the years and enjoyed you giving all the juniors a hard time on fire calls. I will forever cherish those memories of you. Rest in Peace. You left a lasting impression on everyone you met and helped care for over the years.

 

Randy & Tina Stepp posted on 2/12/19

Joe I know you are in a better place with no pain. But you really haven't left us. God gave us memory to remember all the wonderful things you done. You always made us laugh, always there to help when it was needed. And you were always so very proud to pull out pictures of your grandchildren. God also gave us a heart to always love you dearly.

 

 

Marrissa Owen posted on 2/12/19

You was am amazing man! Every time anyone went to the fire house you was always there with a smile on your face!! You will be missed by many!!!

 

 

Mindy Gray posted on 2/12/19

Thank you for all the wonderful memories and laughs thru the years. I will sure miss seeing you.

 

Janice G Ledbetter posted on 2/12/19

I was so sorry to learn of the passing of Joe. Joe was a good man he always kept me laughing hes definately going to be missed

 

Janice G Ledbetter posted on 2/12/19

I was so sorry to learn of Joes passing he was such a good man anyone who knew him loved him

 

Elizabeth Howe posted on 2/12/19

Joe played a huge part in the joy I found at Hope UMC and became a cherished friend. He is with his Lord and Momma. Thank you God for creating Joe

 

Doug & Mary Stepp posted on 2/12/19

what a loss for the family and me & Doug. You were a wonderful friend to us & always helped Brian out as a junior fireman. The one person people could count on in their time of need. You will TRULY BE MISSED!!!! So glad I saw you while you could still give me a big hug. WE LOVE YOU!

 

Jason and Marti Garren posted on 2/12/19

We are so very sorry for your loss. Heaven gained a wonderful soul!

 

Mike Barnett posted on 2/12/19

Joe was a great friend to many of us, I will always cherish the memories I have being Joe's partner at EMS. May God bless Joe's family and friends.

 

 

Shanon Byrd posted on 2/12/19

you will truly be missed joe

 

Kimberly Atkinson posted on 2/12/19

I wish I would have met him sooner so I could have loved him longer! Joe was a amazing man and will be missed!

 

Lynn Lackey posted on 2/12/19

I have lost an incredible friend, and the world has lost an amazing man! Life will never be the same without him. Thank you for the many years of wonderful friendship. So long for now, but I'll see you again.

 

Rocky Hyder posted on 2/12/19

Joe spent his life making the world around him a better place. His service at Blue Ridge Fire Department and Henderson County EMS is an example of his love for our community. The Brotherhood has suffered a great loss but his footprints will remain forever. May God Bless and Comfort the family.

 

Chad Michelle Evan Simpson posted on 2/12/19

Glad I got to know you Joe. Enjoyed those times! Breathe easy my friend.

 

 

Belinda Eckhardt posted on 2/12/19

Blessing to call Joe King our friend. A true Southern Gentleman.

 

 

George & Marleen Marshall posted on 2/12/19

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

 

Jane Peterson posted on 2/12/19

Lee and family, I am so saddened to hear of this. I have many good memories of Sandra at church in Sleepy Eye. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Jane

 

Gail Keller posted on 2/12/19

One of a kind. Joe was such a blessing to me and my family. He will be missed by so many. Our loss, The Good Lord gained a character . A good Christian man!

 

Arthur and Susan ( Watschke) Clocksin and Philip. posted on 2/12/19

Dear Lee, Kim , Erica and Krienke Family, So shocked to turn on Facebook this morning and see a post concerning Sandi's passing. . Sandi was a kind and beautiful person. She will be fondly remembered and missed.

 

Donna Spring Layman posted on 2/12/19

Our heartfelt condolences to the Gaunt family from the Sprung family (2nd generation of "The Crowd").

 

gc posted on 2/12/19

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Glenda Sass posted on 2/12/19

Joe has been a friend to our family for more years than I can remember. He was always willing to help a neighbor. Melissa, Chris, & Doug, we are praying for you all now, and in the days ahead. Our love to you all, Glenda McMinn Sass & Tim Sass

 

gc posted on 2/12/19

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

gc posted on 2/12/19

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

 

Heather Thompson posted on 2/12/19

I have known Joe for 35 years. He's been like a father to me. He was such a wonderful man. I'm really going to miss him. Prayers to the family.

 

 

Shane Bradley posted on 2/12/19

What a good man. I am going to miss him at the mustang for lunch. One day will all be together again. God bless all of you and your family at this time.

 

Gail Bremner posted on 2/11/19

Joe was an amazing man. Our family has been blessed knowing him.

 

Sandra Norman posted on 2/11/19

Cheryl and James and all the family, you had a wonderful mother and grandmother. I only knew Lila for a short time but both Raymond and I enjoyed the time we had with her. Thinking of you.

 

 

roxie Pressley posted on 2/11/19

Had just recently met Ms Rgina but fell in love with her and Cookie . She will be missed ...Rest in Peace my friend.

 

Aida Sierra posted on 2/9/19

You were such an an amazing lady. You will be missed by so many people. All my love to you and your beautiful family.

 

Karen Andreasen posted on 2/9/19

This beautiful woman has gone home to be with Jesus. I will miss her dearly. I've know Mrs. Blakney ALL my life we met when I was 5 days old. Lila Blakney has been such a wonderful influence on me and many others, it's because of her that Jesus lives in my heart. I have such wonderful memories of our family Mrs. Blakney and Mr. Blakney on summer camping trips in the Carolina Hemlocks camp ground on the Nantahala River in North Carolina. Her delicious pecan pie and so much more. She never forget to send me a birthday card every year, we had a special bond since our birthdays were only a few days apart. I will miss our telephone conversations and our occasional visits. Until we are reunited again in heaven and see each other, oh what a day that will be. ❤❤

 

Alana Mossie posted on 2/9/19

Thank you for giving me the best gift anyone could give me. Your daughter and grandchildren. They are truly beautiful and I am beyond blessed to know them. You made a beautiful family and are truly loved by all of them. You and your family are in my heart forever and always.

 

 

Judy Lipe posted on 2/7/19

Love you Earl with all my heart love you and will miss you. I will see you in heaven and my mom to.

 

Dean lipe posted on 2/5/19

She was at the nursing home where my wife works she was a sweet lady I did not know her very well but she always was a sweet lady glad to got to meet her

 

Helen.Don King posted on 2/5/19

My 1st cousin; You have a place in our hearts of loving and missing you; Also from 1st cousin BettyMullisLakey; who holds you dearly in her heart;

 

Helen.Don King posted on 2/5/19

R.I.P. James Preston Ward; You are loved and Missed; the name Preston is from our Uncle Prestpn Brown

 

Helen.Don King posted on 2/5/19

My first cousin; He was the light of many lives; Soo good looking; had to run from the girls; Until he met and Married Mary; Well loved by all; has a wonderful family;

 

Lora Parker posted on 2/4/19

I didn't know Toolie well, but my Daddy, Willie Cleo King, his first cousin, talked about him all the time, sharing fun memories. I got to see him several years ago and really enjoyes the visit. He had a smile that lit up the room! I was doing some genealogy and Googled his name, or I wouldn't have known of his death. Thanks, Toolie, for loving my Daddy! And thank you to his son who unlocked my car, on another visit, when I locked my keys in the car. I also have fond memories of viaiting the Wards when I was a teenager...enjoying the pool, trampolines and riding around in the car with the record player! I dont have a lot of memories with my Daddy's family, but they are special!

 

gc posted on 2/4/19

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

 

Carole Serling posted on 2/3/19

I remember Dave.....always ready, always there, always willing to help, especially when it came to cooking for large groups at our Methodist church or at local organizations that feed the hungry. Dave....always a broad smile on his face, never one to make any personal troubles more important than the immediate opportunity he found to be of service to others. What a sweet, generous, kind, big-hearted bear of a good man! You are missed by many. Rest in peace.

 

Jeremy Caldwell posted on 2/3/19

Rest in peace, grandfather. I don't recall ever meeting you but it would have been nice to hear your stories.

 

 

Michelle Morgan posted on 2/3/19

Thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Diane Colon posted on 2/2/19

Mi amigo! Te extrañaremos mucho! sabed qué fuistes un buen amigo y excelente compañero de trabajo! Cuidanos desde él cielo!

 

Sandy and Steve Hayes posted on 2/2/19

Our fond memories of you include your teaching in the kitchen.

 

Vicki Tesnear posted on 2/2/19

I Pray for God to comfort you in your lost. My deepest condolences to the family.

 

 

Loren posted on 2/2/19

Elementary through Middle, you made me laugh everyday. Long Live and Cherish the moments.

 

 

Donna posted on 2/2/19

So sad for the loss of a special young man he always had a smile to share and was a very polite young man. I knew him from coming in where I worked he always had a hug to make my day special. Prayers for Family he will truly be missed.

 

Celina Valdez posted on 2/1/19

Mi más sentido pésame para toda la família. i still cant belive is you Hornitos... i look at your picture and i cant belive is you.. i remenber when we were neighbors and u use be outside playing with your brothers.. Or when we use to work at El Cocula and how u use to make us all laugh... one time you were cracking up because you couldnt belive how fast i was reading the news paper to you in spanish.. and you told me i should be a reportera for univicion.. also when i use to pick u Up to go to work.. and drop u off on my way back home rapping to SPM.. lol.. oh my.. hornitos.. im gonna miss seeing you walking home from school.. you were such a hard working young man.. You are in a better place now Hornitos. fly high my friend... RIP

 

Ruth Ramirez-Tafolla posted on 2/1/19

Mi más sentido pésame para la familia. Mary y Horacio, que Dios les de mucha fortaleza para sobrellevar la pérdida de su hijo.

 

Marian Mederos Visoso posted on 2/1/19

I'm going to miss you dude. Everytime I visited you you would make me and my sister smile and have fun. Your my cousin but I always saw you as a big brother. I will remember you. You were always so kind and happy. I will never stop missing you and never forget all the good times we had together. Rest in peace Horacio

 

Jackie Hernandez posted on 2/1/19

Horacio and my grandson, Maverick, we’re friends. My heart breaks for all of u!

 

Michael A Mccravey posted on 2/1/19

Man I can’t believe your gone brother it was just yesterday that me and you was out for a hike. My heart breaks for your family. But I also know your in a better place man. God gained two beautiful angels man how I will miss our conversation and our good laughs. Rest ready bro and I’ll see you again man. Love you little man.

 

 

Nadia Carlos posted on 2/1/19

You will forever be missed.. with your amazing smiles and your amazing heart and ethical skills of work and dedication towards a bright future. I'll see you soon my sweet little friend ❤️♥️

 

Nadia Carlos posted on 2/1/19

Bruh.. I'm going to remember you always in my memories. Our constant laughs and calls we made towards people. You always made me smile in my worst day and always helped me around at Coculas. I always enjoyed our rides when I took you back home or to your dad's work. I would have never thought I would see you one more time like this. It breaks my heart so much. I'm going to miss you and all it was about you even after we drifted apart.. you never left my heart. Race hard up in heaven like you always wanted to with your fast car while bumping on your music. Fly high my little sweet friend ❤️. You're gone from earth but not from my heart. Love you.. R.I.P. ❤️

 

Tiffany J posted on 2/1/19

Prayers and condolences to the family.. I’m sorry for your loss.. I went to school with him but even though I didn’t know him my thoughts and prayers are with y’all. May God give y’all the strength to heal

 

Christi Ballard posted on 2/1/19

I am so sorry for the loss of your son. I knew Horacio from FRMS. He was always friendly and had a contagious smile. Many prayers for you all!

 

Lisa Lee posted on 2/1/19

My husband and I got to know Horacio at El Paso when we figured out that he went to school at East with our daughter Maggie. He always came to our table to speak to us. A very respectful young man. My heart goes out to this family. May God comfort you in the days ahead.

 

Todd Norgan posted on 2/1/19

For a time I drove the boys home from school as their bus driver from Upward Elementary when Horacio was in my wife's (Diane Norgan) 5th grade class. My prayers go out to his family as well as the other young man's family. So sorry for your loss.

 

Jacob Visoso Salinas posted on 2/1/19

Me acuerdo cuando jugaba fútbol con tigo y tus hermanos

 

Jacob Visoso Salinas posted on 2/1/19

Hay primo querido duele en el corazón lo que te paso. Yano estás te voy extrañar mucho haré lo possible para estar hay

 

Tamekia Oyesanya posted on 2/1/19

Prayers and condolences to your family. Horacio was a very sweet young man. Through my daughter Tahje’ I was able to get to know him and spend time with him. He hung out at our home frequently and it was such a joy to see him. Horacio was always very respectful. This breaks my heart.

 

Mykailee Elizabeth posted on 2/1/19

Horacio and I went to school together for years. He was always so nice and left everyone laughing. He never failed to leave a smile even when you didn't feel like you could anymore. He was truly a good soul with a heart of gold. He will truly be missed.

 

Estella Hernández posted on 2/1/19

Mis más sentidas y sincero pésame. Para las Familia. Dios les dé el.consuelo a sus corazones.

 

N. Reynolds posted on 1/31/19

May his family be blessed with the comfort you need now and may you gain strength from your precious memories. The loss of a loved one is a heavy burden to bear, but special memories can help us to cope. May the God of comfort, Jehovah, help you to hold fast to the words of Jesus Christ at John 5:28, 29...what a marvelous time this will be! We can have our dear loved ones back in our arms at that grand reunion. Please accept my condolences.

 

AJ posted on 1/31/19

To the Roach family I send my sincere condolences. I hope that the fondest memories of David will help bring smiles to you when it is needed most. Pray for comfort and support as you prepare to celebrate his life and may you all have peace. -Philippians 4:6, 7

 

Shelia Rains posted on 1/31/19

Your smile and warmth will be missed by all.

 

Dominick & CJ Wasielewski posted on 1/30/19

Though we only knew you for a brief moment, you touched our hearts. You will be missed and your memory will live on.

 

 

Kris Wallace posted on 1/30/19

I will miss your friendly smile.

 

William Eudy posted on 1/27/19

I left Saluda in 1979 after living there for only a year and I left Hendersonville my first

 

Barbara Clay posted on 1/25/19

To the family of Betty. Please know that you are in our prayers and in our hearts. Your Mom will be remembered fondly by everyone who knew her. Barbara Clay & Dianne Brennan - daughters of Dorothy Schorr

 

Don Kuchenbecker posted on 1/25/19

Eric, I was surprised to see that you had lost your mother. It does my heart good to know that she is with her Lord and Saviour in heaven. I hope you have wonderful memories of your mom that you can keep in your heart for ever. God bless you and your family.

 

Kimberly Long posted on 1/23/19

I've known her all my life... She was so sweet to me no matter what ive done she was always happy to see me to see i was ok! I love you Mickey RIP im so sorry uncle steve & aunt Charlotte!

 

 

Lealah Jean Fowler Price posted on 1/22/19

Loved her dearly

 

Erma Huntley Rhodes posted on 1/13/19

Bob was an amazing friend. He sang at my wedding. We worked together at Ruth Originals. He is now singing with the angels with that amazing voice

 

Camie McMinn Robles posted on 1/12/19

When asked the security question What is your favorite teacher it is one I can always remember it's Mrs. Smith. I think of her often especially when I get to the end of a chapter of a book I am reading and it is so good I cannot stop I think of Mrs Smith. She would read to us every day after lunch my favorite was The Secret Garden she would read us one chapter a day and we would beg for just a little more some days when everyone would behave and do their work she would surprise us with another chapter. When she finished a book I would hurry to the library to check it out so I could read it all the way through. She passed her love of books to me and it makes me happy that she was still reading, I will always wonder if her one chapter rule was intended to make us love books and if it was it worked. I thank her family for sharing her with all her students and I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Martha Gaillard posted on 1/11/19

Alice, sorry to read of Bob's passing. I knew him when we worked at Olin, but also at 1st UM church when many of the UM churches met at Hendersonville. Bob was always a very friendly man! He will be missed by all who knew him. Prayers, thoughts, and sympathy during this time

 

 

Betty Barnett posted on 1/7/19

My prayers have been with all the family.

 

Alice Merrell Worley posted on 1/7/19

Sorry for your loss!

 

Jeff Pruitt posted on 1/6/19

Toby I am so sorry to here of your loss of your Dad my prayers will be with you and your family.

 

Rhonda L Pruitt posted on 1/6/19

Im so sorry for this families loss tyler and josh are great young men and loved their grandpa very much we are praying for you all..

 

 

Robert Burleson posted on 1/5/19

I remember riding in the backseat of their Buick as a child and the anticipation of a visit from Aunt Jo and Uncle Clyde when they would come to visit Pap. Such a beautiful woman with a beautiful soul now forever cradled in God's care.

 

Gordon and ZO Ann Nix posted on 1/4/19

We loved Bea. She was always so sweet and nice. She loved her family and was so proud of them.Most of all she loved and missed her husband, Dick. During the last days she was so ready to go to heaven for the Lord was always present with Bea. God Bless her and her loved ones. We know she is very happy now. We will miss her. Love, ZO Ann and Gordon Nix.

 

Alton Connor posted on 1/4/19

Judy ~ My heart goes out to you and your family in the passing of your Mom. I know you feel a relief that her suffering is over, but you will also miss her greatly. Please know I send my love, prayers and deepest sympathy to you all at this difficult time. Alton

 

David McNamara posted on 1/4/19

Liz, so very sorry for your loss. Sending my condolences and prayers for healing to you and your family.

 

Linda Larimore posted on 1/4/19

Liz and family, I'm so sorry to hear of the your grandmothers passing. My love and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Grant Brekke posted on 1/3/19

Mr. Johnston was really funny and had a great laugh. A giggle mostly. My thoughts are to Mrs. Johnston and the kids. take care

 

Denny Forcier posted on 1/3/19

I've so many wonderful memories of my brother. Never met a kinder man. All were blessed who were fortunate enough to have come in contact with him. Love forever, brother Denny

 

Marcellus Allen posted on 12/31/18

Our deepest and sincerest condolences to the family. Words alone can not ease the pain when grieving the loss of a love one. The Bible provides comfort during these difficult times. Revelation 21:3-4 states, "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away". May God give you and your family comfort in your loving memories and in His promise that soon we will never experience losing our loved ones in death and we will be able to see them again once Jesus Christ resurrects them. According to John 5:28-29 Jesus will call and all those in the graves will hear his voice and come out. May these words give you a new hope, with deepest sympathy and warmth of heart. For more comforting thoughts from the scriptures please visit the website jw.org and search “Hope for the dead”

 

Dolores Drasser posted on 12/29/18

Dear friend, sister in the Lord, I will miss you! I will always remember your wisdom, encouragement and loving kindness! Till we meet again....

 

Melinda Wallington posted on 12/28/18

To Steve and family.I am very sorry about the passing of your Mother May our God carry you through this this difficult timePrayibg for you and your family.

 

Jim and Jackie Bowden posted on 12/28/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Ms.Mickey and Jr both were such a loving and caring couple. The "old buzzard", Jim and I will surely miss her. You were blessed with very loving and giving parents.

 

Judi Gawor posted on 12/27/18

Bea was a special, special friend and a shining light in my life. The experience, strength, hope and inspiration she passed onto me will always remain with me. A kind, loving and gentle spirit. She will be missed.

 

Russell and Susan Clay posted on 12/27/18

Mrs Mickey was the sweetest person and she always had a huge smile every time I saw her. She loved everyone but especially teaching the children and they loved her too! I know the angels and Mr Jr are rejoicing in Heaven but she sure will be missed down here!

 

Betty Ann Barden posted on 12/27/18

As long as I have memory...I have Uncle Jr & Aunt Mickey. There really aren't words to describe the loss only to say that it suddenly feels a bit smaller her...perhaps even colder. While I will work REALLY hard to remember ALL the good times from them both .. without her smile & kind way it will seem fewer are the ones I respect and look up to. THANKS Aunt Mickey for being that wisdom...that grace... & most importantly that UNCONDITIONAL LOVE i could always count on!!!! You were a TRUE SOUTHERN BELLE!!! I will love you for my lifetime!!! I will cherish always the example of LOVE & FAMILY that you & Uncle Junior were to me. You will do GREAT in heaven ( LOL) cause your smile & beauty will captivate all the other angels. ♡♡♡♡ I am praying for your children and grandchildren. You would be sooo PROUD of how they celebrated YOU by loving each other...just like you taught them!!!! ♡♡♡♡

 

Kathy Dyckman Neville posted on 12/27/18

So saddened to hear of your loss. My prayers will be with you all as you move through the days to come.

 

Lynn Young posted on 12/27/18

Vera was a sweet dear friend who impacted my life by her kind words. She worked hard & was a prideful woman. My condolences to the family.

 

Kim Hemphill posted on 12/26/18

I'm going miss u for all the things we did together and the time we spent together especially at Christmas time you line the pool table full of present and have a wrap party and bake bacon wrapped liver her favorite for Christmas eve she would not stop until we have all wrapped. But this year she wrapping in heaven and rejoicing. I going to miss you and I will keep talking to you so please listen and I'm looking forward to see you on the other side one day.Rip

 

Shirley Jensen posted on 12/25/18

My love and prayers to family and friends.

 

Jan Summerville posted on 12/25/18

My dear friend Sheilah I miss you so. You were kindhearted and loving, always welcoming and ready to enjoy life. There is a space in my heart that you occupied. I will not ever forget Ms Sheilah. Thanks for the beauty that you brought to this world.

 

Sandra Register posted on 12/24/18

I am so very sorry for your loss of mother, grandmother, friend, etc. I know she is in heaven and I know my Mom, Doris Register, must have been one of the first to welcome her. Praying for peace and comfort that passes all human understanding. God bless you. Sandy Register

 

 

Mary & Randy Smith posted on 12/24/18

Beautiful heart and beautiful soul. You'll be a gorgeous Angel. Love you & miss you

 

 

Dawn Daughtrey posted on 12/24/18

Ms Mickey was a beautiful person inside and out. She always had a smile on her face. I'm so sorry for the world's loss of her but I know all the angels are rejoicing and welcoming her in Heaven along with Mr Jr. My thoughts, love, and prayers go out to all of her family and friends.

 

Bob posted on 12/24/18

From Bob...Pooand chilli pepper will remain happy and very well taken care of ..here in our paradise...with all her flowers and poos best friend Sadie..

 

Bob posted on 12/24/18

My first and most cerrished memory of my dear Sheilah..when she first came to my home it was only a small cabin on a mountain...she looked to the sky and said I can touch the stars...she moved in with me very shortly after...as Tim moved on the turned my small and very tough home into a doll house..with no running water or power...only rain water and battery powered tv and music...she was beautifully happy and amazing. When I would return home from work she would have a hot bath and dinner ready for me in an old washtub from the woodstove..she decorated my little home with her awesome taste and charm...we later built a home together and her charm never stopped...my home is now surrounded with flowers and rock gardens..we called it Alice and wonderland. She is an will always be missed and in my heart ...forever..

 

Aaron Clark posted on 12/24/18

Very sorry for your loss Neal and Tyler we will be praying for god to comfort you both

 

Sylvia Holleman posted on 12/24/18

Ms. Mickey was the sweetest person I have ever known. She was always smiling and would do her best to make everyone else smile. I sincerely loved her. The world was a better place because she was in it. Rest in peace my dear friend.

 

Mary Kuykendall posted on 12/24/18

I will miss Sheila's smile and loving spirit. Heaven has another angel.

 

Elizabeth (Iler) Coleman posted on 12/24/18

So sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort strengthen your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus our Lord.

 

Maggie Alderfer posted on 12/24/18

What a free spirit and a loving mother. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Christina Rackley posted on 12/24/18

I love ms.micky she was so sweet of me

 

Wendy Adams posted on 12/24/18

Mrs. Mickey was one of the most kind hearted women I have ever known. I know she is happy in heaven but she will be missed down here.

 

Sandy Gerstenmier posted on 12/24/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. I have loved Miss Mickey for so long. My heart is broken for all of you, but rejoicing with her. I will keep you all in my prayers

 

 

Joyce Dillingham posted on 12/24/18

Rest in Peace dear girl, your smile, carefree heart and spirit will be missed.

 

Phyllis Smith posted on 12/23/18

Steve and family. My heart goes out for you at this time. Your mom was a wonderful person. Always have a special place in my heart for her.

 

Karen Richard posted on 12/23/18

Kathy, Steve and Eric, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you guys and the rest of your family.

 

 

Ricky Meeks posted on 12/23/18

Cousin Mickey, Wonderful Person Beautiful Smile with a caring heart hundreds of hugs! My prayers with children & grandchildren during this time my love to each one family & friends. In Loving Remembrance ❤️

 

Alton Connor posted on 12/22/18

My deepest sympathy to Vera's family. She was a sweet lady and she decorated many beautiful cakes for me over the years at McFarlan's Bakery. Each cake was always perfectly done. May God's grace and peace sustain you all during this time of sorrow, especially here at Christmas. With Love and Prayers, Alton

 

Sandy Bonnett Briggs posted on 12/21/18

Gary so sorry for you loss. My dad (Charlie) always considered your dad a good friend.

 

Stephen Briggs & Sandy Briggs posted on 12/21/18

Jan and family you have been in our thoughts and prayers! He will be spending Christmas with Jesus!!

 

ROSEMAN AND NORMAN CCANN posted on 12/21/18

REMEMBERING A VERY KIND AND THOUGHTFUL MAN TO EVERYONE. OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILIES LOSS. GOD BLES

 

 

Sylvia Tennille posted on 12/21/18

We'll miss you Ron. Always loved visiting with you and Joannie and your Springers and my springers. Rest in Peace

 

Jo Hodges, Vicki, & Mike posted on 12/21/18

We are sending the family ours prayers and condolences. We have wonderful memories of the family when we all lived in Jupiter.

 

RuthEllen Boerman posted on 12/21/18

I am so sorry to hear about David. I'm sorry I miseed the funeral. I just didn't know until today. Please know I am praying for you all.

 

 

Kelleigh Jarrett posted on 12/21/18

To my Papa, you’re loving and compassionate soul is with the lord now. I will keep memories of, swimming in the lake and creek, picking from the gardens, and playing Nintendo in the basement for as long as you and meme would let me close to my heart, I will never forget the love and devotion you showed to me and my sisters. Love, Kelleigh Jarrett

 

Arleigh Kaltenbach posted on 12/21/18

Jan sorry to learn of Lowell's passing. He had a long life and I am glad I got to know you at First Baptist and all the wonderful things you both did. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

 

JEREMY MURRAY posted on 12/21/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY

 

 

PAMELA H. CAIRNES posted on 12/21/18

TOOLIE, WAS WONDERFUL MAN.I ALWAYS ENJOYED HIS SENSEOF HUMOR, GOD BLESS ALLOF

 

Jim Smith posted on 12/20/18

My thoughts are with all of you Jacksons. David was a character; i have a lot of funny memories of him from high school. So very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Linda Harris posted on 12/20/18

Kriss, Alleigh, Tori I am so sorry for your loss. Your father and/or grandfather is in a better place with a new body.

 

Linda Harris posted on 12/20/18

I am so sorry for your loss. He is in a better place now.

 

 

Rob and Ann Watkins posted on 12/20/18

So sorry for your loss he will be greatly missed.We really enjoyed our visits with all of you it want be the same without Lowell.Love you all if u need us we are only a phone call away

 

Gloria Hoekstra posted on 12/20/18

My love to you all! I will miss my Uncle Em. He was always such a blessing in my life and I look forward to seeing him again one day and sharing a sweet tea!

 

Scott Hearing posted on 12/20/18

Janice, Mark, Kriss- Please accept my condolences and prayers, ironically on Sunday we were reminiscing about the Barnacle Bill's Float in the Christmas Parade, (and nearly dying of heat exhaustion in our wet suits) this year was a big parade celebrating Bert Reynolds and The Bandit Movie.

 

Ann Miller posted on 12/20/18

Jan, Kriss and Mark, I was so very sorry to hear of Lowell's passing. A more wonderful, caring and giving man you could not find. May you find comfort knowing he is in the arms of our Heavenly Father.

 

Amy Singletary posted on 12/20/18

I am so thankful God brought Lowell into my life. He was a Godly man. I learned so much for him as he shared with his quiet spirit. Jan, you and your family have been in my thoughts and prayers. May our gracious God give you all peace and comfort in the coming days. God Bless you all!

 

Amy Singletary posted on 12/20/18

What a wonderful, Godly man. I loved the spirit of Lowell and enjoyed learning from him. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Jan, as well as the rest of the family. May God provide you with comfort and peace in the coming days.

 

Alton Connor posted on 12/19/18

Jan, Kryss and family ~ We were so sorry to learn of Lowell's passing. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers as you mourn his Homegoing. He was a fine man ~ you all, just a special family. May God's grace sustain you all in these days, weeks and months ahead. With Our Love, Prayers and Deepest Sympathy ~ Mildred, Lynda, Alton

 

Kelly Kuettner posted on 12/19/18

I am very saddened by the loss of my dear cousin. To the extended Jackson family, I grieve with you in your loss and I look forward to that day when we are reunited with David in Heaven. I pray that the Lord will comfort you and that David’s service be a time for everyone to draw close to the Lord.

 

JOYCE Suttles Case posted on 12/19/18

He will be missed by all. He was always there to lend a helping hand , always with that big smile. He always treated me like family.

 

 

Dennis Gelsomino and family posted on 12/19/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with wife Janice, Mark, Carol and entire Jarrett family. As a friends and neighbors of our extended Jupiter/Tequesta family, we are saddened by Lowell's passing, he is now with our Savior...May he rest in peace.

 

Jody Roe posted on 12/19/18

My sincere condolences. Praying for your family

 

Retha Engel posted on 12/18/18

Jan and family, we are sorry to hear of Lowell’s death. Heaven has gained a faithful servant. Lowell was special in so many was, one of the most special was how you saw Jesus in the way he lived. Keeping you in our prayers. In HIS love, Jim & Retha

 

Phillippa posted on 12/18/18

SO many delightful memories - probably my first friend. I cannot attend, but we all send our love and prayers.

 

Jason, Josh & Justin and families posted on 12/18/18

We are so sorry Jeremy & Jacob and family. We are all lifting you up in our prayers!

 

Debbie Norris Huff posted on 12/18/18

Prayers to the Jackson family. We will miss you David. May God bless the family with peace in the coming days and grant all the sweet memories of David as precious gifts of this holiday season.

 

Wally and Lynn Hollis posted on 12/18/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Toolie was a really good guy and a great neighbor. He will be missed.

 

Larry Rhodes posted on 12/18/18

So sorry Debbie.

 

Renee Johnson Layton posted on 12/18/18

David was a good friend from high school, lots of crazy times and joking around. RIP my friend

 

Dartha and Bill Wilkinson posted on 12/18/18

During this time in the home going of David Jackson, please know that we grieve with the family, but, we rejoice with you in the assurance that you have, knowing David is in heaven and this year his Christmas celebration will be with Jesus! The Jackson family has a special place in our hearts and you are loved!

 

Sandy Powell Melchor posted on 12/18/18

I always felt like David was my second brother. Most of the memories of my childhood included David and Debbie. I will always be grateful for having the Jackson family in my life to provide friendship, laughter, and love. Even though we haven't been close my soul has always missed those times and thinking about the good old days is like comfort food, and i often wish to be back in our neighborhood. My heart is broken for your family and am praying for You all in this saddest of times.

 

Sharon Stephens Schaefer posted on 12/18/18

Your family and friends are in my prayers as you begin this journey of loss. GOD'S plans are His timetable. Prayers for comfort and healing in your most difficult moments.

 

Karen Lynch Thompson posted on 12/18/18

I will always remember the sweet and playful spirit that was David. And his quick smile made contagious by those dimples of his! He was a frequent visitor in our home when we were growing up, and he will be remembered fondly by the Lynch girls. We are in prayer for his family during this time.

 

Jane Pears, Coastie Mom posted on 12/17/18

My condolences to the family. You now have a Guardian Angel to watch over you. He will always be with you in heart, soul, and spirit. Never forgotten.

 

 

Virginia Shore posted on 12/17/18

You will be missed

 

Lindsay Corris posted on 12/17/18

I will hold all of you in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sending lots of love your way.

 

Alton Connor posted on 12/17/18

With my thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to each of you in David's passing. I am so sorry for your loss. Alton

 

Kim posted on 12/17/18

Daddy I miss you so much. I know you are with me for you always give me little signs when I need it the most. I love you!!!!

 

Harvey F. "Bunny, III" Brown, III posted on 12/15/18

Alice and family, I would like to share a poem I recently read. I don't know who the author is (was) but I am hopeful they don't get angry if I share it with you. If so, I'm sorry. "Life is for the living and so we must go on. Trusting God to see us through when our loved ones are gone. But those who have departed now claim their sweet reward. Exchanging life on earth for eternal life with the Lord. Tiny seeds fall to the ground and bring forth beautiful flowers upon the earth. What seems to have passed away has in truth been given an entrance to new life." June and I were so sorry to hear of Bob's death. He was a cousin that we seldom got to see, but when we did, we'd just pick up the conversation where we left off the last time we saw each other. Please know you all are in our prayers. With our deepest sympathy, June & Dr. Bunny Brown

 

 

Barbara Bohannon posted on 12/15/18

Bob was such a lovely man funny smart loved his family took such good care of his parents in there later years. I miss you every time I see M&M I will think of you even more. Love Barbara Bohannon

 

K posted on 12/15/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in God's sure promise of a resurrection as set forth in the Bible. (Acts 24:15; John 5:28,29) Those who are raised to life will have the prospect of never again being subjected to misery, sickness, or death. (Revelation 21:4) I hope that reflecting on these thoughts and your wonderful memories will give you some relief during this difficult time.

 

Patsy Shepherd posted on 12/12/18

Deepest sympathy to the family. Wilma was a long time trusted employee.

 

barry pilcher posted on 12/12/18

YOUR forever in my memery and my deepest condolences to the family for my pal and very close friend hyland smith we will never forget you and may god take you in to heaven were you suffer no more thanks barry lamar pilcher /red

 

 

Michelle and Jim Towne posted on 12/12/18

Mr. Sir... I can't believe You passed away! I'm so sorry You couldn't stay... I will always miss You My dearest Friend. You are always a special part of the Family!!!

 

 

Michael Arrington posted on 12/11/18

Darlene, this is a lot to take in. with the loss of Mary and Hyland right behind. I truly believe that God has a need for these angels and a special reunion is in store. Praise be to God. My heart mourns your loss but just look how Heaven now shines.

 

Lori Richards posted on 12/11/18

I grew up with Cindy, and I have many happy memories of spending time at Cindy's house with her parents. Mr. Young was a very kind, humble man. My condolences to Cindy, Robin, and the entire family. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. -Lori

 

Lawrence Debel posted on 12/10/18

Bob gave me my start in education and I owe my career successes as a teacher, coach, and administrator to him. His genuine concern for people and positive outlook molded me professionally. He embodied the spirit of collaborative effort and joy, and was a truly good man. He life will be celebrated and he will be missed.

 

Jack Mould posted on 12/10/18

Dearest neighbors - a tough year for Wadsworth Street. 'Many fond town and lake memories of a gracious lady who raised a wonderful family.

 

Tim Warner posted on 12/9/18

Burke Family, so sorry to hear the passing of your mom,a great remembrance of your mom and several others had Two "Mothers Days" The one in May and the one that was the First day of school at my Moms house,which consisted of Champagne,coffee, and danishes, as I recall, more Champagne consumed than coffee,at 7:30 in morning. Mrs.Burke, may you RIP

 

Arleigh Kaltenbach posted on 12/8/18

Jim and family. Many memories that I cherish over the years. Had planned to attend the service today but with snow in forecast decided to stay home. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Arleigh

 

Margaret Inman Hedgecoe posted on 12/8/18

Joel and I send our sincere sympathy to Jimmy and your family. I am flooded with memories since reading in the Tabor-Loris Tribune that Frances Ann died this week. I think my mama taught her in seventh grade, and you too Jimmy. Mama said that was a smart class and I think she said Frances started a band at WC. I remember the jewelry store where we registered for china when we were engaged. I always enjoyed seeing you both at the reunions and loved our dental connection. Joel still practices two days a week but I never was his office manager like she was for you. I also remember Mrs. Winstead had a party for me when we got married. Thank you for the wonderful memories (like Jimmy Rogers said) of growing up in a wonderful town. Jimmy, I hope to see you again at the reunion if Richard can find a place.

 

SaraLee Nickell posted on 12/7/18

I remember Frances as a gracious, loving person who was always supportive of me through my teaching years and in our church UMW circle. My prayers and thoughts are with Jim, Carl, and Brian. SaraLee

 

 

Jimmy R. Rogers posted on 12/6/18

Frances was my first real friend as we walked to school together in first grade. We remained "heart" friends even though we were often far apart until our paths crossed once again at Tabor City reunions and that was indeed a blessing. We were connected strongly by her husband and my good friend, Jimmy. The two of them have been a major part of my wonderful memories of growing up in a Norman Rockwell town. They were kind, caring,, gracious and I think always in love...and that was who Frances was, and Jimmy continues. Much love to Jimmy and family. Hug the good times.

 

Kevin A. Seaman, Esq. (Section XI) posted on 12/6/18

Bob was a true gentleman/sportsman. He was caring, genuine and kind in nature. He set a tone; he never spoke ill of anyone and always found the good in everyone. In fact, ironically, he possessed the same character and style as the late President Bush; the timing of their losses may not be coindidental ! Knowing Bob was a blessing in my life.

 

Roberta posted on 12/6/18

Please accept my sincere condolences. I have taken comfort knowing that God . . . will wipe all tears from their eyes, and there will be no more death, suffering, crying, or pain.”—Revelation 21:3, 4 The Bible, however, holds out a much different hope. As we have previously noted, the Scriptures indicate that it is possible to be reunited with your dead loved one in the near future, not in an unknown heaven but right here on earth under peaceful, righteous conditions. And at that time humans will have the prospect of enjoying perfect health, and they will never have to die again. ‘But surely that is wishful thinking!’ for some may say. For words of encouragement please go to JW.org Sincerely, Roberta

 

Rose Logan posted on 12/6/18

Jeremy, Scott and I wish you our sincere condolences. We wish you peace and courage to face the days ahead. You will always have loving memories to hold in you heart forever. Love Scott and Rose

 

 

Daniel Solecki posted on 12/5/18

So many memories of this great woman that I was proud to call MomMom. Not enough space in this text box to list what my grandmother meant to me and the memories we shared. I love her deeply and will miss her.

 

Charise Morgan posted on 12/5/18

"Show me favor, O God, show me favor, For I take refuge in you, And in the shadow of your wings I take refuge."Psalms 57:1. I offer my Condolence yo your family, Ms Morgan

 

Sandy Camp posted on 12/5/18

So sorry to hear of your loss. May God comfort all of you.

 

 

Jean Vanasci posted on 12/3/18

So sorry, Kathy, on your loss. After reading about your wonderful mom, I can see where you inherited your tennis ability, kindness, and spunk! Wishing you peace and love. Jean and Al Vanasco

 

Ed McGinnas posted on 12/3/18

I am so sorry Corrie. You are and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Stephen Gerard posted on 12/3/18

Oh my goodness Kathy, just happen to be paging FB and there's this wonderfully infectious smiling face of your mother! So sorry for your loss just when you choose to spend more time there in the Carolina Mountains and be closer to her. The very best to your entire family in celebrating her long life!

 

Gaylord & DeeAnn Boots posted on 12/2/18

Found out about your loss on Friday night from Chris. So sorry to hear that. Obviously she lived a long and fruitful life. We will keep you in our thoughts.

 

Debbie Williams posted on 12/2/18

Baby Girl, I am so sorry for your loss, Sheron was an awesome friend and family member, we were very close when we were younger, I am going to miss her, keeping you and the kids in prayer, believe me when I say I understand your pain, love your aunt Debbie

 

Nancie Battaglia posted on 12/2/18

I remember a spirited woman in a big house on South Street and a cottage on Conesus full of kids, dogs, snacks and fun. With a twinkle in her eye she graciously managed it all. Sounds like it continued for 98 years. Hugs and condolences to you all. Sad news (sigh) but she had a long, active, great life. It doesn't get any better than that.

 

Cat Gaabrel posted on 12/2/18

Debbie, Rich and family. I am sadden to hear of Ginny's passing. She sounded like an incredibly brave, strong and funny woman. I know she made the World a better place. Her light lives on in all of you.

 

Christie C posted on 12/2/18

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Gwenda King posted on 12/1/18

Gary Beard-- Gary you are missed. I wish I could push that button on my phone and reach you in Heaven.. you were here the other day, and today you are gone. I still have some memories to share with you and there are still some things we didn't get to do.. The most difficult part of your life is over. There will be no more pain. I hope you met up with Ann and Mrs Sanders.. you can update them on things they may of missed. i'll catch you later on the other side'...….Love you Gary. Peace be with you. Gwen

 

Judy King posted on 12/1/18

Dear Carroll and family, So sorry for your loss. Praying for you all. Always remember Wilma's laughter and smile. May God comfort all of you. Love, Judy Ward King

 

Ann Wirtz posted on 12/1/18

I'm so sorry for the loss of your dear mother and grandmother. It's a joy to remember Louise and her dedication and love for the Curb Market. I loved seeing her faithfully there every day the Curb was opened - it was an honor to know her -she will be greatly missed!

 

Don & Denise Midkiff posted on 12/1/18

Dearest Patti, Catie and family, Sending our love and prayers of comfort as you mourn the loss of your dear mother! What a blessing to share so many years and now memories. Love you, Don & Denise

 

Coffee beans posted on 12/1/18

Steffie, Pam and family I am so sorry for your loss. I hope this little donation will help in some small way . If I can do anything just ask .

 

Bob and Alice Betts posted on 11/30/18

We always remember when you lived on Kensington! You moved on, but we’re still here. Frances was such a lovely person, a great mother and faithful Christian. We will miss her immensely. Our hearts go out to Jim, Carl and Brian and our prayers are with you. Sincerely, Bob and Alice

 

Bob and Alice Betts posted on 11/30/18

Such a wonderful lady!

 

 

Barbara Overton posted on 11/30/18

My sweet Gary friend........The Angels and I wish you a speedy and safe journey into your new life.....free of the pain and trauma of your earth life. I will miss you very much, but, look forward to seeing you again when it is my time. I cherish our many years of friendship. Love you, "Miss B."

 

 

Mila Aragon posted on 11/30/18

God I miss you Granny

 

 

Marcelle Martin posted on 11/30/18

Good bye dear friend. You will always rest in my heart. Your friendship is cherished. You taught me the importance of staying in touch and how much friends matter. It is a treasure to have been counted as your friend. I want and hope Jeremy and I will continue the journey. Now I know I have another angel watching over me. And you know darn well I need all the help in can get. Love you always ❤️❤️

 

Mike Martin posted on 11/30/18

My most sincere condolences Jeremy. I know he’s in a better place. No more suffering, totally at peace. He was a good man, and always a friend who was there to help others. He will be missed and always remembered.

 

Stephanie Hall posted on 11/29/18

On behalf of the Child Nutrition Department of Henderson County Schools, please accept our condolences. Lunch ladies have a special place in Heaven, and Mrs. Louise is surely celebrating today. Praying for your family.

 

 

Sharon Kirk posted on 11/28/18

Aunt Louise is having the time of her life with all of her love ones that have gone before her.She will be missed but we will see her again someday .Albert and Larry and family you are all in our thoughts and prayers.Bessie Mae Quinn & Arlene Bowling & Sharon Kirk

 

Monica Aragon posted on 11/28/18

Granny words can't say how much I love you and will forever miss you. Until I see you again

 

Nancy Malecek posted on 11/27/18

I am grateful to have been under Jane's tutelage as I became her successor Treasurer as Greenbrier Presbytery became the Presbytery of West Virginia. I especially value the church history she taught me. She and Ken were also neighbors in Weberwood! Hers was certainly a life well lived, and I am blessed to have been part of it. Grace to you her family, and Peace.

 

J.B. Jett posted on 11/25/18

Susan, IT was with stunned disbelief that I learned of Harry's passing. We spent many hours together fishing, camping, hunting arrowheads, and roaming the mountains. Words fail me. Please know that you and the family are in my prayers. God bless you and the girls.

 

Lynne Sprinkle posted on 11/25/18

Rest easy my friend and know you are loved.

 

Vicki Cerquozzi posted on 11/25/18

I'm so sorry to hear of Mary Ellen's passing. Thoughts and prayers for the entire family.

 

John Croes posted on 11/25/18

Susan and family: Harry was a high school classmate and a friend. I always thought he was one of the finest men I knew. We live in Clinton and I looked for him several times with his business but never had the pleasure of catching up with him other than the 45th class reunion. Know that he was a true gentleman.

 

Joan Johnson posted on 11/25/18

I am so sorry for the loss of your sister; praying for your family during this time.

 

Michelle and Jim Towne posted on 11/25/18

I freaking love You Mary and I'm going to miss You so much Fly High Twisted Sister! :) Blessed Be You!

 

Steve Booher posted on 11/25/18

Sorry for y’all loss. Praying for the peace of God

 

Steve Booher posted on 11/25/18

Sorry for y’all loss. Praying for the peace of God

 

Judy King posted on 11/24/18

Dear family, So sorry to hear of Margaret's passing. Enjoyed the years working with her at First Union. She was a very sweet lady and I'm sure leaves behind sweet memories for all the family. May God Bless You All, Judy Ward King

 

 

Michael Arrington posted on 11/24/18

In memory of a friends loved one, Darlene Vaughn's sister Mary, who left this earth far too soon but it was in God's time. An angel was called home. Prayers of love and comfort to the whole family, may our Lord comfort you during this time, knowing a great reunion awaits by Grace.

 

 

beth callahan posted on 11/24/18

I have so memories of mary i c a nt think she was my sister by love not blood i miss her truly

 

 

Christopher Delarioux posted on 11/23/18

You were a good and fair man. See you on the other side mi hermano.

 

 

Sue Mancuso Fehser posted on 11/21/18

Hunter sounds like a terrific person. Let’s change the laws together!

 

Patsy Butler posted on 11/19/18

My condolences to the the entire family. Sam was a great guy and friend. Cindy, you changed his life and you and your kids made him so happy. I am heartbroken that he suffered for so many months. To my astonishment, I smiled tonight when I saw that great picture of him. It was such a wonderful way to remember him. My prayers go out to you all.

 

Gail David posted on 11/18/18

Prayers and peace for Soundra;s family and friends. She is back in the loving arms of Robert and surrounded by family who were there to greet her. in her home where she is pain free and at peace.

 

 

Elaine Bernard posted on 11/18/18

For my sister , Soundra, Go withGod.I know you are with our family , I will miss you as I miss them.Peace be with you.

 

 

Judy Daniels posted on 11/18/18

Sam was a great teacher to my son and a wonderful choir member at First Presbyterian Church in Smithfield.

 

Mary Beth Fendley posted on 11/18/18

My memory of Sam is as a devoted husband, choir member, and friend.

 

Mary Beth Fendley posted on 11/18/18

My memory of Sam is a devoted husband to Cindy, to our church choir, and as s friend. Love and prayers to his family, especially Cindy.

 

LA posted on 11/17/18

Dear Family, I send my sincere condolences for your loss. There are comforting promises in the Bible that the time is coming when “all those in the memorial tombs till hear [Jesus’] voice and come out.” (John 5:28,29) Our Loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah God has also promised that “he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more” (Revelation 21:4) May it comfort you and strengthen you to reflect on God’s promises to bring back to life your dear loved one to a beautified earth where she can be reunited with her family, and never have to get sick and die, ever again. (Psalm 37:11,29; Isaiah 33:24)

 

Heather Staton posted on 11/13/18

Susan - I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. I've thought of you often since you left the Times-News. Praying for you and the girls during this difficult time. Heather Staton

 

Deborah Harris posted on 11/13/18

So sorry to hear about Betty. We used to carpool together many years ago to Westinghouse and had many meals together at Hunter's Crossing. We had some fun & great times together. She was such a gracious loving friendly happy lady. I saw her this summer at Hot Dog World. She was often in my thoughts and you all will be in my prayers.

 

LA posted on 11/13/18

Obit message: Dear Family, I read your dear loved one’s obituary and it is very clear that she was a giving and kind person. No matter the age, when we lose someone in death it leaves a huge hole in our hearts. May your hearts be soothed by the Bible’s loving promise of the resurrection found at John 5:28,29; John 11:32-44; Acts 24:15. I send you my deepest sympathy for your loss.

 

Mary Nelle (Hicks) & Alvin Connelly posted on 11/13/18

Harry was a classmate from KCHS and St. Mary’s School. He was such a kind and thoughtful person. He will be missed. Our condolences to Susan and his family.

 

Mary Nelle (Hicks) Connelly posted on 11/13/18

Harry was a classmate at KCHS and St. Mary’s. He was the most thoughtful and kind person you could ever meet. Our condolences to Susan and the family.

 

Lolita Thompson posted on 11/12/18

I was saddened to hear of Harry’s passing. I never got to meet him but felt like I knew him from all the stories Susan told me. I know she & the girls are heartbroken and I will continue to lift them up in prayer.

 

Brad Early posted on 11/12/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Harry’s smile was so warm and heartfelt. May God comfort you during this sad time. Brad and Gina Early

 

Charles Bollinger posted on 11/11/18

Susan and family, I am so sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. I went to high school with Harry. Always a nice person to be around! My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Elizabeth (Iler) Coleman posted on 11/11/18

Dear Paul, all our love and prayers for you and your family. We are so sorry for your loss and pray the Peace that passes all understanding will guard and keep you. Much love to you from the family of your cousin, Harry, “Sonny,” Iler. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family, Doris, Beth, Harriette, and Sonny.

 

Jim E Hall posted on 11/11/18

Harry was my Sigma Chi brother, a fellow member of Troop #5, an Episcopalian who I knew as a kind and sweet person. My prayers are with the family and those whose lives Harry touched and knew the pleasure of his company!

 

Darlene Ward posted on 11/10/18

Sorry to hear about your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Ray and Carolyn Jones posted on 11/10/18

Susan and family, we send you our sincere love at the passing of Harry. Thank you for the friendship we will always cherish.

 

Jeff Pruitt posted on 11/10/18

I am so sorry for your loss Harry was a blessing to me when I started my Snap On route in 1989 he was always true tried and honest he was a upstanding man.

 

Ann Ricketts posted on 11/10/18

So sorry to hear of Betty’s passing. Cheryl, Preacher Paul and family she was a precious sweet lady always with a beautiful smile and kind word. I am blessed to have known her and rejoice that she has been made whole while walking on streets of gold. Blessings to you all.

 

Cora Hammond posted on 11/10/18

Sad to hear of the passing of harry. You two will be missed at sunnybrook. Plz stay in contact and stop by often. Suzie 1

 

Billy Barnwell posted on 11/10/18

So sorry to hear of TB's passing,I know he will be greatly missed.A good man,loved by many.

 

Larry posted on 11/10/18

RIP Harry King Wood III Most stable and loving part of Susan's life. You truly were a King.

 

Kerry Hodges posted on 11/10/18

Prayers for the family! I am sorry for your loss! I had the privilege of knowing and working with Harry from the Nashville Snap-on Branch. My fondest memories of Harry was how he had a positive impact on people around him!

 

Robert V Smith posted on 11/10/18

Susan, Stephanie and I are saddened to hear of Harry's passing. Prayers for you and your family.

 

 

Judy Upchurch posted on 11/10/18

I am so sad to hear about Harry. I am praying for you my sweet friend. Judy

 

 

Sam Klaburner posted on 11/10/18

Susan my heart aches for you and your girls. My deepest heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to all of you.

 

Charlene Ramsey posted on 11/10/18

Lisa, I didn’t know your dad. But, I know you and if you are even a little like your dad, he must have been an incredible person. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. May the memory of your father surround you all with love.

 

Charlotte and Sammy Tucker posted on 11/9/18

She was a sweet,sweet lady!Glad I was privileged to know her.Our prayers are with you,Rev.Chandler and the whole family.

 

Coby Beddingfield posted on 11/9/18

Sorry to hear of Betty's passing..Prayers to you all..Until we meet again..RIP

 

Coby Beddingfield posted on 11/9/18

Sorry to hear of Betty's passing..Well see her again..

 

Elyse Bowman King posted on 11/9/18

My Aunt Betty was always full of joy and laughter. When I was a child, I remember my mother (Odelia, her oldest sister) and my aunt L'nez and Eleanor Joyce get together and start giggling like schoolgirls. I always wondered what got them all so tickled! Aunt Betty is with them now and I am sure they have resumed their giggling!

 

 

Charles Moore posted on 11/8/18

He showed me a lot of love for years RIP MY FRIEND

 

John and Carol Harnes posted on 11/8/18

Barb, we just saw in the paper of Jack passing a way. We are so very sorry. You two were such a good team and fun to be around. If we can help you in anyway, do let us know. Come and visit us.

 

Debbie Ogden posted on 11/8/18

Sam I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Pat Sams posted on 11/7/18

Cheryl and dear family, I am so sad to read this. Betty was a jewel and I was just thinking and wondering how she was when I went by Hot Dog World on Friday. God bless all of and give you love and peace. Love to all of you from years and years ago and now.

 

Linda Wilson Justus posted on 11/7/18

I grew up on Big Hungry Rd, was neighbors with EULA and family. Visited her at The Laurels quite often when my sister Shelba Jones was there before her passing. EULA was always smiling and wanted to hug you. She was a sweet soul! Anita, you sure were good to her!!, May God give you and her grandchildren His peace that passeth all understanding, and comfort you. Our prayers are with you all. God Bless

 

 

Barbara Freeman Bohannon posted on 11/7/18

RIP Uncle Jetter. Dad will be happy to see you.

 

Terry Eden & Jane Weaver posted on 11/7/18

Jack was truly like a brother to me, and will be missed as much as one. Barb will be part of our family henceforth. Jane and I will love you both forever.

 

Barbara and Terry Hike posted on 11/6/18

Barbara, We enjoyed all the time we got to spend with you guys. It was a pleasure to be able to work with Jack for 14 years. A lot of good memories.

 

Pam & Woody posted on 11/6/18

We will dearly miss Jack but will never forget all the fun times, laughs and memories we shared together.

 

Shane P Bradley posted on 11/6/18

Barbara. I am very sorry to hear about Jack. He was a wonderful man. Love and prayers

 

Sue Cockrell posted on 11/5/18

I always enjoyed playing golf with Jennie-Lynne. She was such a happy lady. I loved to hear her laugh out loud when I called her JL instead of Jennie-Lynne. Can't believe she let me get away with that...but she did!

 

Sue Cockrell posted on 11/5/18

I always loved playing golf with Jennie-Lynne. She was always happy! I loved hearing her laugh out loud whenever I called her JL! I couldn't believe she'd let me get away with that...but she did!

 

Vivian Huntley posted on 11/5/18

It was a privilege to know Linda. I will not ever look at a picture of John Wayne without thinking of her. I will miss her friendship but looking forward to seeing her again in Heaven.

 

rhonda Cantrell posted on 11/4/18

So sorry for your loss. I will miss Henry and his stories. He was a great man.

 

Roger Gasperson posted on 11/3/18

So sorry Barbara and Maria for your lost, what a wonderful man and uncle alway had a joke or story to tell. God called a special person to come home.

 

J. Smith posted on 11/3/18

TO THE FAMILY OF RITA SUE ORR MOORMAN. DURING THIS TIME OF SADNESS AND LOSS PLEASE KNOW THAT OUR HEAVENLY FATHER JEHOVAH GOD UNDERSTANDS YOUR SUFFERING AND HE CARES ABOUT YOU FOR HE TOO EXPERIENCED THE LOSS OF HIS SON CHRIST JESUS. 2 CORINTHIANS 1:3,4. THEIR HEARTFELT DESIRE IS TO REUNITE US WITH OUR DECEASED LOVED AGAIN BY MEANS OF A RESURRECTION TO LIFE HERE ON A BEAUTIFUL PARADISE EARTH WHERE SICKNESS, PAIN AND THE ENEMY DEATH WILL NO LONGER BE. ISAIAH 25:8; ACTS 24:15; JOHN 5:28,29; PSALMS 37:10,11& 29; REVELATION 21:3-5. MY HOPE IS THAT THE SCRIPTURES AS WELL AS THE CHERISHED MEMORIES YOU HAVE OF RITA PROVIDE YOU COMFORT DURING THIS TIME OF SORROW. PLEASE ACCEPT MY SINCERE SYMPATHIES. J. Smith- MINISTER/ JW.org. (. READ BROCHURE: “ WHEN SOMEONE YOU LOVE DIES “ ). IT WILL PROVIDE ADDITIONAL COMFORT.

 

Barbara Simpson posted on 11/3/18

So sorry for your loss, Henry was a gift to both you and Marie.Take care we love you

 

Barbara Simpson posted on 11/3/18

So sorry for your loss Henry was a gift to you and Marie . Take care and love from me and my family

 

Debbie posted on 11/2/18

I am so sorry that you and the family are going through this. God will soon get rid of death, pain and sorrow forever. (Revelation 21:4,5) God didn't take the dear loved one to be with him instead he will bring the dear one back to live here one earth to live forever. (Psalm 115:16; Ecclesiastes 9:11; Acts 24:15; Psalm 37:11,29) God knows that you and the family is suffering and it's distressing to him too. (Isaiah 63:9) God is there for you and the family to give comfort too. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) I will give comfort to you and the family if you and the family emails me at [email protected]

 

Treva Collins Ballard posted on 11/2/18

|So sorry for Henry's passing . He always had a smile for everyone and a personality that bubbled over. We will miss running into him in town and chatting with him. He was a great manager at the A&P where we got to know him. May God bless all his family.

 

 

treva Collins Ballard posted on 11/2/18

So sorry to hear of Mary Ann's passing. She was a dear person. I never have forgotten her swinging with us children at her mom;s when we visited. She thought of others rather than herself. We will all miss her.

 

Chris C posted on 11/2/18

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Olaf Snyder posted on 10/30/18

I loved Greg a lot. I met him at the ER at Transylvania Community Hospital, in Brevard, NC. He was one of my most special friends there. He had Wonderful bedside manner with the patients, he showed a loving, caring attitude towards them. And he was very knowledgeable, and a VERY competent nurse. I always knew I could go to him when I had questions about a medical issue, and he would know the answer. He was always willing to help. He was a leader, and I could depend on him to know how to run a stressful ER situation. He was always cheerful and friendly.. I enjoyed talking to him about trumpets, because I have one too. Mine sits on the shelf, and his played beautiful music. He played beautiful trumpet (and many other horns) music to bless thousands of people. He often spoke about all the brass bands he was involved with. He knew everything there was to know about horns, and how to play them. He was SO TALENTED.!!!!! He had a wonderful sense of humor, and was always fun to talk to. I admired Greg with high respect, and was very grateful to have him as a friend. After we both left the ER, it was a while before we got together again, but our paths would cross every once in a while, and I always was blessed to be around Greg. Sadly, I did not know he was ill, and in the same hospital where I work for many days. He was in the same building as I, and I did not get to tell him good-bye. So, I will say it now, "Greg, I love you, and thank you for being a wonderful friend to me. I am sorry about the suffering you are going through, I wish I could help you feel better. You have been one of the most special friends to me in my adult years. I have the highest respect for you, and I will remember you as my special friend, who shined light into dark places."

 

 

Wanda Siewers posted on 10/29/18

I offer my deepest condolences to Sam, Mary and Sam on the loss of Mary. I'll always remember her beautiful smile. She was truly beautiful inside and out. I'd love to be in contact with you, Mary and Sam. You can contact me at work at 910-868-5131.

 

gc posted on 10/29/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

gc posted on 10/29/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

gc posted on 10/29/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Gary Collier posted on 10/28/18

Greg has been my best friend for over fifty years. We met in band class and developed a lifelong friendship bond that we became brothers. My Mother called him son and treated him like he was her own. We played music together for years, Greg with his coronet, trumpet, mellowphone and just about any other brass instrument there is. I held on to the bottom with the tuba , contra bas and euphonium . We played music together from when we were just kids all the way to the Royal Lancers senior drum and bugle corps when he moved to North Carolina. We didn't always agree about everything but nothing could or would ever hurt the friendship and love we had for each other. I am so lucky and blessed to have a friend like Greg, a lot of people never have a friendship like we had. We talked to each other weekly and sometimes twice a week. We always shared a call on holidays as well. His loss has left a huge hole in my heart. It will take endless prayers and God's grace to see me through it. I am assured by our Lord and Saviour and my faith I will see him again. On that day I will hear that beautiful brass tone beckoning me to come a praise the Lord with music and prayer. You see, because of God's amazing grace we will be friends for all eternity. I will mourn his loss deeply and will miss him terribly. But I blessed by knowing my day will come to go home. My heart goes out to Debbie and his family was a wonderful Husband, Father, Grandfather, brother and friend. He was an incredible example of how to serve God and his family.

 

Lanette E posted on 10/27/18

To the Family You have my deepest sympathy for your loss. May God provide you with comfort during this grievous time. Be assured that one day soon God will do away with death forever. 1 Corinthians 15:26.

 

Josephine Drakeford posted on 10/27/18

Josephine Drakeford

 

Josephine Drakeford posted on 10/27/18

Dear Ones, we are deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. Our condolences. In the beginning death was never meant to be. Death exists because of Adamic sin. Adam and Eve lost the hope of living forever without dying. The Bible helps us to understand how Jehovah and Jesus feel about death. Jesus, who perfectly reflected his Father, knew the pain of losing someone in death. (John 14:9) When he was in Jerusalem, Jesus used to visit Lazarus and his sisters, Mary and Martha, who lived in the nearby town of Bethany. They became close friends. The Bible says: “Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus.” (John 11:5) Lazarus died. Jesus resurrected Lazarus as well as others -- Jesus did not claim to perform this amazing miracle on his own. In his prayer just before calling out to Lazarus, he made it clear that Jehovah was the Source of the resurrection. (Read John 11:41, 42.) This was not the only time that Jehovah used his power in this way. The resurrection of Lazarus is just one of nine miracles of this kind recorded in God’s Word. twould never forget. The apostle Peter resurrected the Christian woman Dorcas.​—Acts 9:36-42 Of course, those resurrected by Jesus eventually died again. Does this mean that it was pointless to resurrect them? Not at all. These Bible accounts confirm important truths and give us hope. "Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.”​—Joh 5:25-29. Nancy's resurrection will be similar to that of a woman mentioned in the Bible by the name of Dorcas: Now there was in Jopʹpa a disciple named Tabʹi·tha, which means, when translated, “Dorʹcas.” She abounded in good deeds and gifts of mercy that she was making. 37 But in those days she fell sick and died. So they bathed her and laid her in an upper room. 38 Since Lydʹda was near Jopʹpa, when the disciples heard that Peter was in that city, they sent two men to him to urge him: “Please come to us without delay.”* 39 At that Peter got up and went with them. And when he arrived, they led him up into the upper room; and all the widows presented themselves to him, weeping and showing many garments and robes that Dorʹcas had made while she was with them. 40 Peter then put everyone outside,+ and kneeling down, he prayed. Then turning toward the body, he said: “Tabʹi·tha, rise!” She opened her eyes, and as she caught sight of Peter, she sat up.+ 41 Giving her his hand, he raised her up, and he called the holy ones and the widows and presented her alive.+ 42 This became known throughout all Jopʹpa, and many became believers in the Lord.+ 43 He remained for quite a few days in Jopʹpa with a tanner named Simon. - Acts 9:36-43. The Bible’s resurrection accounts teach us much about the resurrection to come. People who were restored to life right here on earth were reunited with their loved ones. The future resurrection will be similar​—but much better. As we learned in Chapter 3, God’s purpose is that the whole earth be made into a paradise. So the dead will not be raised to life in a world filled with war, crime, and sickness. They will have an opportunity to live forever on this earth in peaceful and happy conditions. 17. How extensive will the resurrection be? 17 Who will be resurrected? Jesus said that “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his [Jesus’] voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29) Similarly, Revelation 20:13 says: “The sea gave up the dead in it, and death and the Grave gave up the dead in them.” (See the Appendix article “What Are Sheol and Hades?”) This collective grave will be emptied. All those billions who rest there will live again. The apostle Paul said: “There is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” (Acts 24:15) What does that mean? In Paradise, the dead will rise and be reunited with their loved ones 18. Who are included among “the righteous” who are to be resurrected, and how may this hope affect you personally? 18 “The righteous” include many of the people we read about in the Bible who lived before Jesus came to the earth. You might think of Noah, Abraham, Sarah, Moses, Ruth, Esther, and many others. Some of these men and women of faith are discussed in the 11th chapter of Hebrews. But “the righteous” also include Jehovah’s servants who die in our time. Thanks to the resurrection hope, we do not have to be afraid of dying.​—Hebrews 2:15. www.jw.org Nancy, along with trillions of the dead will have their lives restored on a paradise earth.

 

Susan Adcox posted on 10/27/18

Prayers for all the family of Ms. Mary. I remember her beautiful smile when she came in our local Fayetteville branch of State Employees’ Creeit Union. A beautiful, kind lady, always so gracious. I remember when Mr. Sam came in and he was so proud to introduce Ms. Mary to us. My life was enriched by her sweet kindness. God give you peace, strength and blessings through her precious memories.

 

Clay and Wynelle Thompson posted on 10/27/18

Sam, Mary and little Sam, Clay and I offer our condolences at the loss of your mom, mother-in-law and grandmother. From her photo we can see she was a beautiful lady. If there is anything we can do to help as you prepare for her service, please let us know.

 

Rhonda Hills posted on 10/26/18

Very special lady. Always smiles ear to ear when I would see her and give her a kiss on her cheek. One of the many CNA’s who cared for her with her stay at Universal Healthcare of Fletcher You all will always be in my thoughts and prayers. My Deepest Condolences to all of her family. She will be deeply missed but will never be forgotten. She loved everyone she came in contact with. RIP Mary Ann

 

Gatha Dickson posted on 10/25/18

Ann was a genuinely gracious lady, always sharing her beautiful smile. She loved her children and she treasured Gene - each very important parts of her life. Truly a gift to me to have her in my family of acquaintances.

 

Colleen Ward, AmeriProd LLC posted on 10/25/18

I just found out a few days ago, and I am still so shocked. Sue (Joanie) was our customer service rep for our Manual Woodworkers orders. She was so nice, sweet and attentive; the few times there was ever an issue, she was quick to help us. We will miss her greatly! Our condolences to her family, friends, and coworkers.

 

Patrina mackey posted on 10/25/18

Alisa Dwayne Gene i am sorry to hear of your mom passing.She was very sweet caring person she will be miss.

 

 

Suzie Hobbs posted on 10/25/18

Aunt Ann you were always so special to me. Ever time I saw you there was that beautiful smile. You never complained about anything and again you were always wearing that smile. I'm so thankful that I got to see you and the wonderful thing is that I have the promise of seeing you again. So until that time comes rest in peace. I love you and will miss you.

 

 

Alisa Dean posted on 10/25/18

My Mama, the sweetest woman and the most loving wife, mother, Grandma, GG, Sister, Aunt and Friend. Mom was kind to all those who knew her and ones that didn't. Mom never complained through out her life even in her sickness When asked, how are you, she replied I am fine with a smile that that she always wore so precious on that soft sweet face. The skies are brighter and heaven has the smile of Miss Fine which now she is Miss Perfect. I have always thought of my mom as being perfect. Mama had the love of Jesus and she would like for all to know the love that Jesus has for you. Sweet Mama , thank you for my wonderful life and Thank you Heavenly Father.

 

Lucas Johnston posted on 10/24/18

Rest in peace Grandma. May the Angels listen to all of your stories. We'll miss you.

 

Leslie Loy posted on 10/22/18

I am so sorry to hear of Greg's passing and your loss. I worked nights with Greg at the Elizabeth House and knew him as a wonderful nurse with a quiet strength & compassion. He was always ready to assist a co-worker or just spend time talking if that was needed. He made me laugh and was always ready to share stories about his family and music. He talked often about his family with great fondness. May you all find comfort in the wonderful memories of him and know that he touched many people's lives in a positive way. Leslie

 

Scott Stwpp posted on 10/22/18

Our hearts go out to the family.The family of Charlie Stepp

 

Nancy Stepp Deso posted on 10/22/18

I am so sorry to hear about Norman. You are all in my prayers

 

Emery Laidlaw posted on 10/21/18

Sincerest condolences from your family in Arizona.

 

Becky Franz-Paul posted on 10/21/18

What a huge loss. I worked with Greg for many years at hospice, he taught me so much, I loved his passion for music, animals and. Nursing

 

Becky posted on 10/21/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. I worked with Greg at the Elizabeth House and we became close friends. I loved his passion for nursing, dogs and music. I loved his energy straight from his soul ☮

 

Gina Moore posted on 10/21/18

Deborah and family, Please accept our condolences on the loss of Greg. We wanted you know you are in our thoughts and prayers. We cannot imagine the grief you are experiencing. It was a privilege to take care of Greg and his sweet family. As Nurses, we try to give everything and then some to all of our patients at all times, every day and then when its one of our own, we try to give that much more. We were honored to care for him. Our deepest Sympathy Gina and The Rapid Response Team

 

Sheila King posted on 10/21/18

Debbie, Just saw this in paper. So sorry will keep you and family in my prayers

 

Brenda Cameron posted on 10/21/18

I am so very sorry for this huge loss for your family. I worked with Greg for many years at Elizabeth house. He was my friend. We talked a lot. His devotion to his family was his top priority. He was passionate about his career, his faith, helping others, music, dogs, gardening, politics, and was forever learning and teaching. He will be sorely missed. Holding you in my heart.

 

Ajay Jain posted on 10/20/18

We will remember you fondly

 

Jan and Duane (Dewey) Johnson posted on 10/19/18

We remember Henk's stories about his bravery and courage in World War II. Our love and prayers are with you Anna! Jan and Dewey Johnson.

 

Jan and Duane (Dewey) Johnson posted on 10/19/18

We remember Henk's talks about his courage and bravery in World War II. It was a privilege to know him! Our love and prayers are with you Anna. Jan and Dewey Johnson

 

S.A. Brown posted on 10/9/18

My sincere condolences to the family. I am sorry to hear of your loss. It was never the Creator’s purpose for mankind to suffer (Romans 5:12). I hope you will be comforted by the "God of all comfort" who promises to comfort us during our grief. (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4).

 

S.A.Brown posted on 10/9/18

My sincere condolences to the family. I am sorry to hear of your loss. It was never the Creator’s purpose for mankind to suffer (Romans 5:12). I hope you will be comforted by the "God of all comfort" who promises to comfort us (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4).

 

Maureen Morris posted on 10/8/18

I loved my uncle immensely. His brother (my father) shared a special bond that was talked about often and with laughter, passion and respect. This was passed onto me. Many memories, much heart over the many years. He helped his younger brother at critical times, and then me as well. I am a better person for having had him in my life. My fondest memories of him are when he just made me laugh. Enjoy the angels and Jesus my beloved Oom until we all are reunited in joy! Love, Maureen

 

Maureen Morris posted on 10/8/18

I loved my uncle immensely. His brother (my father) shared a special bond that was tagged about often and with laughter, passion and respect. This was passed onto me. Many memories, much heart over the many years. He helped his younger brother at critical times, and then me as well. I am a better person for having had him in my life. My fondest memories of him are when he just made me laugh. Enjoy the angels and Jesus my beloved Oom until we all are reunited in joy! Love, Maureen

 

Roland and Lois Hoots posted on 10/6/18

To the Dorn Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers in the passing of your loved one. She was a wonderful person and beautiful lady. We were on vacation and did not get to the service. May God give you comfort and bless you.

 

Jim Sr., Mike, and Kathy Spachman posted on 10/4/18

Dennis, Jeff, and family We are truly sorry to learn of your Mother's death and offer our deepest sympathies

 

 

L Gordon posted on 10/4/18

Anna was one of the sweetest and kindest ladies I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. She and I used to meet for frozen yogurt and chat about our lives and about the LDS church. She had a strong will and determination about her which I admired very much. She will be greatly missed.

 

Lynn Lance posted on 10/3/18

Dennis and Family, We want to extend our deepest sympathies to you during the loss of your mother. God be with you all! Chris and Lynn Lance

 

Linda Glasgow posted on 10/3/18

I remember your Mother fondly. A beautiful lady. Praying for you all during this time of loss. Love to all. Linda Hill Glasgow and family, Charleston, SC

 

Tamara (Strange) posted on 10/3/18

Jim was my very first internet friend. Might not sound like a big deal, but we shared a lot of laughs together and I always treasure someone who makes me laugh. Gonna miss you, Jus Jim. Save some bacon for me....

 

Cecil and Pat Lance posted on 10/3/18

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. I did not know her well but I remember buying dresses at her clothing store. She was a beautiful lady.

 

Alan Dincan posted on 10/2/18

Mary and I want to express our sincere condolences in the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Candy Watson posted on 10/2/18

Sorry for the pain the Dorn family is going through, for the loss of their precious mother. Haynes I think back over the years she would bring into the office her baked goodies for you and Argyll. She will be truly missed, she knew that she was loved by all of her family. Dennis, Jeff and Audrey, all of you are in our prayers.

 

Donna and Mark Allison posted on 10/2/18

Loved her like my own mother. Going to miss that smile and that pineapple, cottage cheese and cherry thing she use to make. Sorry for your lost she will be dearly missed

 

Donna (and John) Crawford posted on 10/1/18

Dick, We admired Betty for her courage, grace, and charm. As are you, she was an asset to Trinity Church. God's blessings to you and your family and hope to see you soon!

 

Donna (and John) Crawford posted on 10/1/18

Haynes and Argyll, I remember your mother being behind me in a cashier line years ago with Tasha, I think. She was so poised and gracious! We are thinking about the Dorn family at this time of loss. Tell all of your children we said, "hello".

 

Kim Sabato posted on 10/1/18

I am deeply saddened to hear of Minnie Lee's passing. No matter how long they are with us, losing a mother is a profound loss in our lives. May God bless and keep you and give you peace. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Patricia Taylor posted on 10/1/18

My deep sympathy for this family as it has been a long journey. I did not know Mrs. Dorn, but I do know her daughter and granddaughter Audrey and Ashley, and because of them I feel sure this was one very special lady. May her memory be a blessing and last for eternity.

 

Malcolm McCarson posted on 9/30/18

Uncle Ray was a pillar in the family ,was a man of integrity and honor.will miss his smile . had a nickname for everyone snuffy says I will see you next time we meet again

 

Chip Hoins posted on 9/29/18

Memories? Impossible to list there are so many. We shared everything together from the day we met - perhaps in 1957 or '58. Back then our girlfriends were best friends. Later, our wives were best friends. Richard was my "touchstone" the person I gauged my life against. (I never measured up to his) Today, his wonderful wife, Connie and my wife Jill are great friends. Shortly after Jill and I married our first dinner guests at our home were Richard and Connie. It was memorable for some hysterical reasons. I miss Richard now and always will. Bless you Connie for carrying on so well!

 

Emily DeLaney posted on 9/29/18

My thoughts are prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. I pray the Lord carries you all through the days ahead and enables you to reflect on the memories your shared with your father/grandfather.

 

Marvinccarson posted on 9/29/18

Love you Uncle Ray your nefew marvin

 

Mark and Diedra Quinn posted on 9/29/18

Our thoughts,and prayers of comfort go out to Rays family. He was a kind and caring person.

 

 

Kay Shepherd posted on 9/29/18

Our prayers and hearts are with you during this sad time. We all loved Ray and he will be missed so very much. Love to you all.

 

Bob and Alice Betts posted on 9/28/18

Carey and Forrest, Bob and I are so sorry for your loss. Anita was always a bright spot at Pine Park when my mom was there. She always seemed to have a great outlook on life and was such a pleasure to talk with. I'm sure you will both miss her tremendously. You are in our prayers. Bob and Alice Betts

 

Jan leksich posted on 9/28/18

So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers your way to help get you through this sad time. The leksich family

 

The Floods posted on 9/28/18

I only met your mother once, many years ago, but can see her vitality and love of life in you! Where did all the years go? We are so sorry for your loss and our thoughts, hugs and prayers are with you. Wish we could be at the funeral to hear Conner play. Love to you all.

 

Dolon Peete posted on 9/27/18

Sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences. When I think of losing a loved one as you have, it brings to mind the promise that the Bible holds out at Revelation 21:3,4 where it says that the Grand Creator Jehovah God will wipe away sickness and death forever and reunite us with our loved ones on a clean earth in the near future.(John 5:28,29; Psalms 83:18) jw.org website for more encouragement.

 

Lynn Jones posted on 9/26/18

To Forrest and Family, what a wonderful person we knew in your mother. I am glad I got to know her better through our time at church. We were all blessed to have known her.

 

Lynn Ward Hollis posted on 9/26/18

So sorry for your family's loss. Forrest I remember your mother both when we attended school events and church events. She was a lovely lady.

 

Malissa Stakias Booth posted on 9/25/18

Our deepest sympathies to Forest from your HHS Class of 1973 classmates and to your entire family.

 

Teresa Hart posted on 9/24/18

I met you after you were weak. But the man I met was sweet and endearing. I saw a precious heart and knew why my daughter, Crystal, loved you so much. You are loved and always will be. Rest now, my sweet friend. We will all see you soon. Love to the family.

 

gc posted on 9/20/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Assunta Goforth posted on 9/18/18

My heart is sad to hear the loss of Josa. What a wonderful man with such much for family that spoke of. He had a smile that brighten anyone’s day. He will be truly missed. My heart goes out to his family and prayers for them also.

 

Arthur Willey posted on 9/18/18

We are profoundly shocked and saddened by the news of Jose's passing. He was absolutely sincere and honest, and always 110%. It is our hope that JCA will be able to recover from this tragedy, and continue to perform the incredible work for people here in the mountains. Our hearts go out to the family members. with much love Arthur and Clare Willey, Flat Rock

 

Tim Hoffmann RN LTC (USARet) posted on 9/16/18

Sometime in 1988, after moving from Minnesota to Camden Maine, my beloved wife Pam (passed unexpectedly 12/12/170) had the good fortune to meet Rena and together, they forged a kindred, caring relationship that would continue for years. You always knew when the two were together from the continuous laughter and giggles that overwhelmed any gathering. We all grew pleasantly familiar with Rena’s escalating response to awe and excitement as, from her heart, she would utter in amazement, “OMG.” Rena very much enjoyed sharing with others and we would frequently be invited to join many a celebration of her making at the Samosette in Rockport, also the site of her beautiful home in the Samosette Village. I clearly remember the table setting with enough silverware aside each plate to announce some very special culinary delight was about to appear. Years later, we introduced Rena to our next door neighbor in Pleasant Ridge, Charles Culpepper who was most likely the love of Rena’s life. Their first meeting was a blind date that Pam and I arranged and accompanied. WE went to a beautiful, quaint, shore side lobster shack and shortly after being seated, Charlie experienced a full blown panic attack which abruptly ended the magic moment (I immediately at his demand, drove him home) but as you know, and fate would have, Charlie rose to the occasion and shortly after, they were happily married - unfortunately for to short a time. Shortly after, I accompanied Rena on a road trip, bringing her classy blue topped - white Cadillac from Rockport to her home. I flew back the next day but not before she had me look through some of Charlie’s belongings. My favorites were his Tuxedo, leather flight jacket and a gray cable knit sweater with his WW II meritorious ribbon monogram. The leather jacket is currently with a most talented seamstress, also a friend and undergoing replacement of its well worn lining. The sweater comes out on special occasions and I purposely waited for this day to add this condolence because in a short while on Chebeague Island, I will be wearing the tux my good friend Charlie wore at his wedding to Rena at my wedding. I have no doubt that Pam, Rena + Charlie, 3 loved and dear friends, will be close to me today. Thanks for the wonderful memories and see you all later...

 

jessica orr posted on 9/14/18

Ive had so many words and thoughts and things i needed to say to you, and i took for granted that your days were numbered... I will always regret not being able to say goodbye to you, to tell you I forgive u and that thru the bad and the goood and more superbad I never meant to give up on you. we were eachothers once savong grace my honey bear your honey brown... I love you scott I always will you give me 2 beaitiful boys and one day i pray i will get to tell our boys where they came from...and that they definately got there good looks and feet from you.... I think of you often and wish things didnt end like and when they did... you told me once before nothing good has ever came easy although this lifes forever came sooner than we thought when we promised eachother forever and whatever's after that.... so when my forever is over i hope we can make good on after that... im sorry for not being there when u needed me more than ever.... despite the past i never wanted to lose u like this.... i love u scott and pray u find the peace u oh so longed for... you suffered more than one life can take you deserve to not suffer and be in pain to not let past mistakes what couldve been or what may not of been eat you alive like the cancer life got the best of you ..... I just want you out of pain and suffering and finally at peace.... youve needed peace for way too long.... I love you scott brown over the moon and back over and over again..... Thank you for our time together, our boys, and the millions of memories good and bad I will always hold you dear...

 

Jonathan Souray posted on 9/13/18

I met Donald in 1994, when visiting The Gathering, Asheville. He remained a friend to me and my family. We saw him several times in the UK following. His faithfulness and kindness to me and my wife and three children, his love, encouragement and prayers touched our hearts. We miss him; but are assured of seeing him again when we meet the blessed Lord Jesus whom he loved and always pointed us to. We thank God for his life and happy memories of our times with him and Gerry. JS (London)

 

 

Carol Spachman posted on 9/13/18

Prayers for your family

 

Tara posted on 9/13/18

I'm sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. You have my condolences.

 

Rebecca Patton and Michael Dungan posted on 9/12/18

We have just received this awful news. We are so very sorry for your loss, for our loss, of this most special man. Jose was the very best - in all things he accomplished.

 

S. A. Brown posted on 9/12/18

My sincere condolences to Wife,Children and Parents.As you share the fond memories and expressions from family and friends,may you reflect on this Bible promises:" Do not marvel at this: the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs (the grave) will hear his voice and come out." (John 5:28, 29) Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on earth.Psalm 37 :29) and have the prospect of remaining on it forever in peaceful paradisiac conditions. (Isaiah 35:5, 6) You can have the hope of being reunited with your dear dead loved one.

 

S. A. Brown posted on 9/12/18

Ms. Imogene, Lori and family please accept my condolence, As you share the fond memories of your dear husband and father may The Bible promises: "Do not marvel at this: the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs ( grave ) will hear his voice and come out." (John 5:28, 29) Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on this earth and have the prospect of remaining on it forever in peaceful paradisiac conditions. (Isaiah 35:5, 6) You can have the hope of being reunited with your dear dead loved one. He will be missed.

 

S. A. Brown posted on 9/12/18

Edward & Elisabeth my condolence. As you share your fond memories of your dad,reflect on this Bible promise: "Do not marvel at this: the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs (the grave) will hear his voice and come out." (John 5:28, 29) Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on this earth and have the prospect of remaining on it forever in peaceful paradisiac conditions. (Psalm 37:29 & Isaiah 35:5, 6) Your dear father will be missed

 

S. A. Brown posted on 9/12/18

Ms. Helen, Sandy, Debbie, Annette and family; I read of your dear husband, Father's passing and want to share what helped me get through my grief. May The Bible promises: "the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs (grave) will hear his voice and come out." (John 5:28, 29) Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on this earth and have the prospect of remaining on it forever in peaceful paradisiac conditions. (Psalm 37:29 & Isaiah 35:5, 6) You can have the hope of being reunited with your dear dead loved ones.

 

S. A. Brown posted on 9/12/18

Ms. Sandi, Scott, Julia and family my condolences to you during this time of grief. May The Bible promises: "the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tomb ( the grave ) will hear his voice and come out." (John 5:28, 29) Yes Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on this earth and have the prospect of remaining on it forever in peaceful paradisiac conditions.(Psalm 37:29;Isaiah 35:5, 6) You can have the hope of being reunited with your dear dead loved ones here on earth.

 

Jody Nobles posted on 9/11/18

We are so proud to have called Jose Amaya our friend. This young man was such a positive , shining example of what hard work and kindness are! You couldnt help but to admire this man and family , and his employees. One of the most driven men ever! His smile is forever etched in our memories! Our hearts are saddened, but we feel so fortunate to have known such an outstanding incredible man. Family and friends , I know you are so proud of your Jose and will forever cherish the time you had. He touched so many lives. You will be in our. prayers. Rest in peace our honorable, sweet friend ~Jose Amaya~ till we meet again Jody&Amanda

 

 

JANICE ENGLISH posted on 9/11/18

LAURA SPENT MANY DAYS WITH US! SHE WAS A GOOD FRIEND! SHE AND MY OLDEST DAUGHTER, JENESE, WERE REAL GOOD FRIENDS. I WAS HEARTBROKEN TO HEAR OF THIS TRAGEDY. PRAYERS TO ALL HER FAMILY!

 

Garth and Peggy Hetz posted on 9/10/18

Dear Sandi, We were very sad to hear of Jack's passing. It seems like only yesterday that Jack and Garth graduated together from Fairview High School . class of 1956. Although we lived far apart, we always enjoyed the times we were able to get together, like our visit to your beautiful home in Ashville a couple of years ago. We were able to keep track of your family through Evelyn, who worked with me through so many years. Jack and I played together as children, went to the same school and church, and shared many good memories. We hope the Memorial Service today was a time of rejoicing in a life well lived! Jack's was certainly that. Sincerely, Garth and Peggy

 

Corum Smith and Family posted on 9/10/18

Dear Debbie, Annette and family, We were very saddened to hear of the loss of your father and would like to extend our heartfelt sympathy to you and all your family. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Corum and Anne Smith and Family

 

Joe Shebest posted on 9/9/18

Dear Helen and family, Norma and I are so sorry for your loss. Sam was a very good man who loved his family more than anything. He will be sorely missed. Please let us know what we can do to help you. In our Prayers, Joe & Norma

 

Sherri Freeman posted on 9/9/18

Dear Helen and family, so sorry to hear of your loss.Samuel gave it a good long fight but the Lord called him home.My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sherri (jimmys wife)Please tell Barbara I'm praying for her love you each

 

Heidi Morgan Russell posted on 9/9/18

Your father was so sweet and your mother is precious. We are so sorry for your loss. Debbie Bennett please know you and your family are in our prayers. Heidi Morgan Russell and Richard Campbell King

 

Sheri Pruitt Osteen posted on 9/9/18

Annette and all the precious Sosebee family! You were so kind and loving to me growing up. Your Dad was special as are all of you. My prayers are with you

 

Chip, Susan, Luc, and Logan Allgood posted on 9/8/18

Sandi, Terri, and Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers. Praying for peace and comfort for each of you.

 

Micheal Farlow - Windsor Park posted on 9/8/18

I initially met Jose several years ago and was immediately impressed with his knowledge, integrity, professionalism, and such a positive attitude. He was proud of his young family and business and had a bold vision of services he could provide to the community. Over the years, he worked with many of my Windsor Park neighbors and friends also, many of whom later remarked on Jose's strong work ethic and positive personality. It is with a heavy heart that I wish Jose's family peace and understanding while healing from this terrible loss.

 

Pat Galls posted on 9/8/18

Sam and I worked together at Roses. He could always make me laugh. He always had a smile. I will miss him at Main street. I love you Helen. My prayer are with you and your family.

 

 

Martha and Wayne Rogers posted on 9/8/18

Prayers for constant peace and strength.

 

Kathy and Greg Freeman posted on 9/8/18

Dearest Martin, how I will miss your dad’s beautiful garden and all the lovelies that came from it. He was so kind to share it with me and plant some of my favorites. My nicest memory was having Easter Brunch sitting outside at your house with him. I will never forget how he loved my pickled eggs! He was such a nice man and we will miss him. The Kightlinger’s send their love and prayers at this sad time.

 

Alton Connor posted on 9/7/18

Debbie, Sandy and family ~ I remember you girls well from those days at Town and Country Gift Shop and your Dad. My heart goes out to each of you in your time of loss. Find comfort in knowing he is with the Lord and you will see him again one day! Love, prayers and deepest sympathy ~ Alton

 

Lynn Lance posted on 9/7/18

Sandy and Family, We are so sorry to hear of your father’s passing. May God give you all comfort during this difficult time. Chris and Lynn Lance

 

Doris Jones Hudson posted on 9/7/18

So sorry for your loss may God bless you and your children I haven’t forgotten you

 

Patricia von Glahn posted on 9/7/18

I did not know Samuel, but I know he was adored by his family! Loving and happy memories, may his family be filled with God's Grace and Love! Heaven Rejoices.

 

Janice Denton Hyder posted on 9/7/18

I am so sorry for your family's loss. My family were members at Pleasant Hill Baptist when I was a child and I can still see and hear Sam singing, "When I Take My Vacation in Heaven." A wonderful man who loved the Lord and his family. In later years at Main Street Baptist, my mother-in-law, Margaret Bagwell enjoyed knowing he and Helen. My love goes out to you, Helen, and Barbara and all the family.

 

Sandra Moreno posted on 9/7/18

He was such a sweet gentleman and I feel blessed to have worked with him for so many years at Roses.

 

 

Sandra Moreno posted on 9/7/18

He was such a sweet gentleman and I feel blessed to have worked with him at Roses for so many years. Hugs and prayers to the family.

 

 

Barbara Nichols posted on 9/6/18

Josh was such a delight to know and to talk with, I knew him through our community Charlestown Place. Such a friend! I will miss seeing and talking with him.

 

Russ Truluck posted on 9/6/18

All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Although I only met Jose on three occasions before his accident and JCA only did two jobs for us there was nothing more impressive than the glow Jose produced as a young business person, husband, son and father. I remarked to my wife, after our first meeting, "I may have just met the most impressive young person and businessman I have met in many, many years." I brought some catalogs to your business and was taken back by what a wonderful business Jose, his family and employees had built at such a young age. I have been tremendously honored by knowing Jose for the short period of time I got to know him and am pleased to know I will see him again in eternity. May God bless you all!

 

Fran and Veech Li posted on 9/6/18

We are heart broken over the loss of Jose. We will miss his outgoing personality and kind smile so much. He was such a hard worker. I recall with a smile his telling me what the JCA stands for: his name and his two daughters, how very sweet.

 

Sue Payne posted on 9/6/18

My deepest sympathy to Jose's family and the JCA family.

 

Paul and Linda Liberman, WolfPen Community posted on 9/6/18

Jose and his crew have been doing our extra trimming for the last 3 years. We love their work and couldn't believe this young, handsome, happy guy could be so successful at such a young age. (I loved to joke with him in Spanish). We learned over time though that Jose was a hard-working team player, very fair, always approachable... We are heartbroken for the Amaya family and others close to Jose. We are so sorry and offer our sincere sympathy to all of you. He was special and we'll miss him.

 

Mr and Mrs William D Seagraves posted on 9/6/18

We are so sorry for the loss of Jose. Our prayers and heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

 

Donna Grant posted on 9/6/18

The Gregg Grant family are sending their love and prayers. We hate the circumstances that caused us to meet, but we are glad we got to fellowship together during our times of grief. God bless you all. You are in our prayers.

 

Deborah Whitley Van Wieren posted on 9/6/18

Martin and Family, I’m so sorry to hear of your father’s passing. You’re in my prayers.

 

Dave and Julie Johnson posted on 9/6/18

We were saddened to hear the news that Jose's life had been cut short at such a young age. What a tragic loss. We had used Jose/JCA for a number of projects around our house. We were impressed with the work ethic of Jose and his crews. He always had fair prices and a professional attitude. He is a shining example of someone who came to the United States to work hard and seek the American Dream. Those who think that people from outside the U.S. are rapists and drug dealers should look to Jose to see what these people are really like. We also dealt with Eva on several occasions and she was just like Jose, friendly and totally professional. Our prayers go out to his parents, Eva, his children, his family and all the JCA crew who were always number 1!

 

The Connor Family posted on 9/5/18

Our deepest sympathy and prayers to the family of Jose Amaya. What a fine young man with such a bright future, taken way too soon. Our hearts go out to his family, his crew and all who knew and loved Jose. May God's grace sustain you all in this grave time of sorrow in Jose's promotion to Heaven to be with the Lord for all eternity. Mildred, Lynda and Alton Connor (customers)

 

Phil and Kim Carpenter posted on 9/5/18

So sorry for your loss. You are a great family love to you guys

 

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Phil and Kim Carpenter posted on 9/5/18

Dear Antonio and family. This is from Phil and Kim Carpenter. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

marci fried posted on 9/5/18

Andy and myself are profoundly sadden that Jose, an amazing, loving, talented caring person and whom we considered our friend we will not have to share his beautiful love of life. To have known Jose has been a blessing. We are grateful to the entire family for allowing us to be part of your community. We send prayers of strength and love. We will always have Jose in our mind and heart forever.

 

Elle Travis posted on 9/5/18

Everyone admired Jose for his leadership and willingness to help others. He provided the best quality work and always delivered!!! I send love and blessings to Eva, his children, his mother and father, and all his extended family. God Bless JCA and may his legacy prosper.

 

Shannon and Maria Quinlivan posted on 9/5/18

I just heard of Jose passing a few minutes ago. We no longer live in NC so I didnt get to talk to Jose as much as I used to. We met Jose in 2009 shortly after building our home. Jose used to talk about growing his business and talked about his dreams. He always had such and uplifting attitude and a visions of what things could be. I remember Jose used to talk to my daughter when she was a baby and told me of his family and how it was as growing. When we moved away he and my wife repainted a bedroom for us. He was very hands on and good person to just hang around. My condolences to his entire family and friends. Jose you will be missed.

 

Dan and Carol Collins posted on 9/5/18

We were shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of Jose, who was an excellent example of a young entrepreneur achieving the American Dream. We live in The Cotswolds Development and were the first home here to hire his services in the early days of starting his business. We heartily recommended his business to several neighbors and soon he had many satisfied homeowners using JCA services. Aside from being a very professional businessman, Jose was a kind, thoughtful and caring person, whom you instantly liked and trusted. His relationship with his men seemed excellent and their deportment while on our property was outstanding. It was our privilege to have known Jose and to have seen his business grow. Given his winning ways and the respect and fondness he elicited from his many customers and friends, we know that he must have been a most loving son, husband, and father, who will be deeply missed by his entire family. We grieve with you as you experience this great and untimely loss. May the God of all Comfort minister to your broken hearts as you go on without Jose; and may the promise of Eternal Life in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ give you hope, peace, and of the assurance of your reunion with him one day. No doubt Jose has already met the Savior, who has said, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant."

 

Pam and George Danz posted on 9/5/18

Admired. Loved by all who worked with him. What a loss!

 

Donna Balin posted on 9/5/18

To the Amaya Family, Jose has worked with us for over 5 years. He and his crew have been here for multiple reasons, helping us to become comfortable and safe in our new retirement location. We chatted often at days’ end about the new business and he sought our advice on how to improve it. We always told him, “Jose if we had a son, we would like him to be just like you.” Thank you Mr. & Mrs. Amaya, you did everything right! Eva and family, you have been blessed to have shared a life with this wonderful man. Jose, Happy Birthday in heaven. You are in our thoughts. With sadness and love, Donna and Mike Balin

 

Jennifer Gueyr posted on 9/5/18

Spoke with Jose. He called to give me a quote. He told he wanted to take time out. He had to call me personally because I was Jeremy's mom he felt a call was more appropriate. Jeremy worked for Jose. Love and peace to family and crew. Prayers for this gracious spirit. He will be missed.

 

Donald Owen posted on 9/5/18

From: Don & Judy Owen, The Oaks On behalf of my wife Judy and I and the Grounds Committee at The Oaks, I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the entire Amaya family and JCA Team. I have worked closely with Jose for over the past year. Jose was a great man whom I greatly respected. His hard work ethic and dedication will be greatly missed at The Oaks and many communities in the Hendersonville area. He was always honest, fair, and extremely knowledgeable with every job, keeping our community beautiful and well maintained. He had a great deal of pride in his work and often told me, “Don, we want to make our property look good” He treated our home owners with respect and was very polite to everyone. Jose was also one of the nicest men I have ever met. He had a great smile and had a way of flashing it if he had a different idea or was suggesting something different. He will be greatly missed, but certainly never forgotten.

 

Hilary & Jouko Resla. Carriage Park posted on 9/5/18

We are devastated by the passing of Jose. One of the finest people we have worked with. Immediately we were impressed by his gentle smile and polite manner, but then our admiration grew as we saw the professionalism of his crew. The people in the office were also very polite and professional and were a delight to deal with. Jose certainly had his finger on every aspect of the business; nothing happened without his approval. Our deepest condolences go out to his wife & children and his extended family. And our thoughts and prayers are with the JCA family, too. He will be missed but we will see him again one day!

 

Gary McHone / McHone LawnCare Service posted on 9/5/18

Jose was a great friend, honest guy and great to work and talk with. I am going to miss him so much. He will not be forgotten. Prayers for the Amaya Family.

 

Saundra Rydin posted on 9/5/18

Jose and his crew were always polite and tried to please us. I was impressed with Jose's knowledge and his fairness. I am so sad to learn of his passing and am sad for his family and crew as well. He was a fine young man with so much promise.

 

Don and Lynn Johnson posted on 9/5/18

We are so very sorry to hear of Jose's passing. He has been such a part of our community and we have appreciated his integrity and honesty in his business. We keep his family and friends in our prayers, God bless you

 

Arlene & Tim Sheeran posted on 9/4/18

We are so saddened to hear this news on such a wonderful & vibrant young man. He was so dedicated to his work, knew the meaning of outstanding customer service, & shared his engaging personality to all. José was a true example to his crew in every aspect of their work. Our hearts go out to his family, friends & crew who’s lives are spinning right now. May your memories & fun stories help you through this difficult time & the months ahead.

 

Arna and Roger Campbell posted on 9/4/18

Dear family of Jose, We just moved to Kenmure from Colorado ,and Jose was one of the first people we met. He immediately made us feel welcome and helped us to make our new home and yard really lovely. He was such a special person, and we valued him as our landscape designer, and friend. We will greatly miss him, and our sincere sympathy goes out to all of his family. We are so sad to loose such a special human being at such a young age. The world needs more men like Jose. God bless him and those he loved. Arna and Roger Campbell

 

TC Braddy posted on 9/4/18

Jose was a very polite and professional young man. I hope that his family and the JCA crew will find comfort and peace during this time of loss.

 

Vivian Adams posted on 9/4/18

My deepest sympathy to Eva, Celeste, Aleah, the Amaya family and the staff of JCA. Jose was such a nice young man and a hard working entrepreneur. His passing is a tremendous loss to all who knew him.

 

Jim Jane Walker posted on 9/4/18

Prayers to the family...please know he touched many people with his kind soul. Rest in peace Jose.

 

Terry and Ben Pierce, Timber Creek posted on 9/4/18

We are deeply saddened by Jose’s passing. Though we knew him for only a short time, his profound enthusiasm for the life he created for his family and friends will remain with us forever. Our hearts go out to all of you at JCA.

 

Amber Micka posted on 9/4/18

My condolences to the family for your loss. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15

 

Bill Burnette posted on 9/4/18

The residents of Laurel Oaks wish to express our condolences to the family of Jose and likewise to the employees of JCA. He was an outstanding young man who left us much to soon.

 

Rene Ayala posted on 9/4/18

No hay palabras para desir lo siento pues nadie sabe el dolor de cada persona solo te digo amigo que Dios tiene para cada uno su tiempo nadie solo el sabe quién te sigue. Para tu familia que Dios les de fortaleza.

 

Polizonis and Carmen skeparnis posted on 9/4/18

We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Amaya family as well as the JCA family. Jose will be missed...

 

Maria Hutchison posted on 9/4/18

Mi mas sentido pesame aracely y tu apresiable familia no existen palabras para quitar ese dolor tan fuerte solo te dire que te tengo en mis oraciones junto a tu familia abrasos y bendiciones.

 

Erika Hernández posted on 9/4/18

Espero en Dios mi hermano que algún día nos volvamos a ver, Ahora estas en un lugar mejor pero dejas mucha tristeza y desolación TKM CHEPITO

 

Kathy Konduros posted on 9/4/18

I am heartbroken to hear about Jose. He was the kindest and hardest working of anyone I have met. And always did his best to take care of all requests from our HOA and owners. He will be greatly missed by me and our community. My sincere prayers and condolences to his family.

 

Hal and Anita Reid posted on 9/4/18

Jose was such a great person, both personally and professionally. He had managed to become successful at a very young age, and his death is a terrible loss to our community. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and business associates.

 

Julie Richardson posted on 9/4/18

I’m heartbroken over Jose’s passing. He was such a fine young man and an honest businessman. I pray for his family that they find peace in this terrible time. I pray they find comfort in the words of the people that admired Jose. I will never forget his beautiful smile and just what a really sweet guy he was. I am privileged to have known him for the last 10 years. He will be greatly missed.

 

Cherry & Louis Meier posted on 9/4/18

A life taken all to early. Our thoughts & prayers are with the family & JCA as they go through this most difficult time. Our hearts are saddened by his loss.

 

Ashley Crowder-Stanley posted on 9/4/18

We are completely grief-stricken by Jose's death. We have known him for years and have always admired his kindness, his work ethic and his ability to build such a fine business. We will miss him terribly and will pray for his family in these difficult days. A remarkable person.

 

Sally Hale Kenmure Property Owners Association Services Liaison posted on 9/4/18

Thoughts and prayer are with Jose's family, friends, and crew during this difficult time.

 

Gaby posted on 9/4/18

Mis mas sentido pésame para la familia de José.Fue una gran persona lo vamos a extrañar,Dios lo tenga en su santa Gloria.

 

Colette Worley posted on 9/3/18

Jose was a star, bright shining, making people smile. He always required excellence of his work, you knew he would do his best. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and his JCA team, all he loved so dearly. Dios los bendiga a todos.

 

Lem and Beth Dermid posted on 9/3/18

Jose and his crew at JCA do all the landscaping and maintenance in our community. Not until they came on board has Wolfpen looked so lush and beautiful. He was a true success story and a testament to hard work and the American Dream. I remember as I struggled not long ago to plant a butterfly bush in my flower bed, he spotted me struggling. He stopped his truc, got out, and planted that bush for me and simply said “ Let me do that. This is why we are here.” So when I see that bush I will remember him and what a kind spirit he was. What a legacy to leave his children. We will miss you Jose....

 

Richard Carter posted on 9/3/18

Not long sat in his truck and talked not about our mutual business but about the Amaya family’s migration from El Salvador to the difficulties of assimilation for Latins in the US. The struggle to maintain one’s culture and the life of Hispanics in Hendersonville. Jose was a young man of depth with aspirations consistent with “The American Dream”. A tragic loss for the Amaya family and for the all of us who were privileged to know him lo siento mucho

 

Richard Carter posted on 9/3/18

Not long ago we sat in his truck and talked a bit about tree work and landscaping. The conversation easily

 

Karen Hubbard posted on 9/3/18

Joe was always a kind soul, the epitome of what I always thought a gentleman was. I was blessed to know and work with him, and wish his family comfort and fond memories.

 

Kent & Marlene Crawford posted on 9/3/18

I meet Jose several years ago when he took over the landscaping for our association. I could tell immediately he was destined for great success. His great personality, easy smile and caring nature was very evident. We were so happy for his success because no one deserved it more than he. He will be missed by all that knew him and especially his beautiful family. Our prayers go out the family and hope his example is an inspiration to all.

 

Fred Wright posted on 9/3/18

Jose was always a pleasure to work with on our grounds and landscaping needs. Enjoyed seeing his smiling face, appreciated his and his crew’s work ethic. He will be missed.

 

Edwin and Debbie Henderson posted on 9/3/18

Our sincere condolences on the loss of such a fine young man. Jose was just at our property last week and we are saddened and shocked by the news of his accident. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends and crew.

 

Charlotte E McGinnis and Ellen Sherman posted on 9/3/18

Jose was a beautiful spirit and we are so sorry to hear of his passing. Peace and comfort to his friends and family.

 

Charlotte E McGinnis and Ellen Sherman posted on 9/3/18

Jose was a beautiful spirit and we are so sorry to hear of his passing. Prayers of peace and comfort to his family and friends

 

Dianne and Don Speese posted on 9/3/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with Jose's family, friends and the JCA crew. Jose was a man to be admired, someone who worked hard, grew his business successfully from scratch, was honest, fair and dependable. A young man liked and loved by many. He will truly be missed and fondly remembered.

 

Bob Palmer, a customer posted on 9/3/18

Jose has been taken from this world much too soon … but he left an outstanding legacy of accomplishment for his family to cherish in the days and years ahead. Vaya co Dios, mi amigo.

 

Andy & Margie Scott posted on 9/3/18

Our condolences go out to Jose's family, friends and the JCA crew for a man we admired and trusted. What a great success story he was, building up a significant business from scratch. We hope the family is able to continue to build on Jose's hopes and dreams. We will remember him as a success. God bless.

 

José Cruz posted on 9/3/18

Mis mas cincero pésame para la familia Amaya que nuestro señor jesucristo llene de paz los corazones de la familia

 

Clark and Jane Irwin posted on 9/3/18

Jose visited us several times in the Kenmure community for landscape work. He was a very likable, gracious, well-informed fellow, a fair-minded businessman, and a hard worker. We were very sorry to hear about his accident at such an early point in his life, and offer sincere sympathies to his family and coworkers.

 

Deborah & Rick Waggoner posted on 9/3/18

Jose was a remarkable young man....a young life taken much too soon. God bless his family, friends & crew.

 

Hilda Lopez Garcia posted on 9/3/18

Mi mas sentido pesame para ustedes. Q nuestro Dios les de consuelo y fuerza para poder seguir adelante. Se lo dolorosa q es una perdida familiar.

 

Larry and Elizabeth Howe posted on 9/3/18

We met Jose just after he graduated high school and set out to do his best! And that he did. We have been left empty knowing not only of his passing but of the family he loved and left behind. To them, and the JCA crew, we send our condolences as well as our love.

 

Joe & Andrea Dyer posted on 9/3/18

José, you were a very special person and we miss you a lot. Our prayers and support for all the Amaya family that you will all be strong and build on an amazing legacy that was created by José. With deep sadness. Joe & Andrea Dyer

 

 

Frank & Adriana Jones posted on 9/3/18

My husband and I are so sad and very sorry to hear this news. Our thoughts and prayers are with Eva, children, Family and JCA Crew. You were an incredible young man. Rest in Peace Jose.

 

Katrina and Erik Weidknecht posted on 9/3/18

So sad to hear this news! While I spoke with Jose only a few times - we were very impressed with his work ethic, and the excellence he and his team produced at JCA. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and JCA crew at this time.

 

Leo & Judi Gawor - Rugby Hollow posted on 9/3/18

Our deep and sincere sympathy to the entire Amaya family and to the JCA crew on the tragic passing of Jose'. It was always a pleasure contracting with him over the past several years because we knew he'd be honest, fair and we'd get a great job done. We looked at him and his crews as our "friends". Jose' was just a very, very special guy in so many ways - gone way too soon. May he rest in peace.

 

Kimberly Baldwin posted on 9/3/18

Jose was a great friend in high school, I remember him always with a beautiful smile and kind heart! One day we were walking to class together talking and laughing, I have no idea what the conversation was, but I replied with the phrase “no way Jose” he had no idea that this was a saying and found it hilarious, that memory always makes me smile. I have all his family in my prayers!

 

Sheryl Fortune, Charlestown Place HOA President posted on 9/3/18

While I never had the pleasure of meeting Jose, I heard nothing but good from the neighbors in Charlestown Place. We are profoundly saddened by his loss. My personal sympathy also to Aracely, who I worked with at WCCA.

 

Kathy and Chuck McDonald posted on 9/3/18

Such a shock. Our prayers are with you and your family. He was a wonderful young man.

 

 

Blythe Commons HOA posted on 9/3/18

For the entire Amaya Family we are sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Jose was a wonderful man, he will be missed!!

 

Chris Peters posted on 9/3/18

Jose was a great man, always honest, forthright and fair. His never ending smile will be missed by all. Our prayers are with his family and friends at JCA Landscaping.

 

 

Donna Harrill posted on 9/3/18

Jose my heart is broken you will always remain in my heart you were a great part of my family always at my house with my kids loving memories always you have earned your wings Great Sympathy for your family I can't imagine the loss they feel

 

 

Katie posted on 9/3/18

You don’t know me but Jose and his family have been in my thoughts and prayers No me conoces, pero José y su familia han estado en mis pensamientos y oraciones

 

Helen Herlich posted on 9/2/18

I was so lucky to work with Joe st SSA 30 years ago. He was a gentle, funny and kind co-worker. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Fran Hulcher posted on 9/2/18

I worked with Joe at SSA and sat next to him for several years. We became great buddies and I enjoyed his kind nature, great sense of humor and happy outlook on life. I am very sad for your loss and hope you take comfort in the many years of memories you made.

 

Jim Forward posted on 9/1/18

In the time I was lucky enough to know Joe I realized how special he was and wished I had known him earlier in both our lives. I am so sorry for your loss Mary and I hope you are blessed with understanding and peace!

 

 

Judi Curd posted on 9/1/18

My love & prayers are with you all today ♥️

 

 

Judi Curd posted on 9/1/18

My love and prayers are with you all today ♥️

 

 

Patricia A Gosnell posted on 8/31/18

Miss Margaret you will be missed very much buy me and my mother and Anthony your friend we loved you a lot

 

 

Judy Tesnear Broyles posted on 8/31/18

I love you dear brother

 

 

DIANE posted on 8/30/18

LATER

 

Erin Wade, Ocean County NJ posted on 8/30/18

Blanche was my 1st cousin twice removed. I just found her doing genealogy and wanted to ask her questions regarding the family when I stumbled upon this. I am so sad I never had the opportunity to talk with her. She seemed to have been a lovely person. My condolences and apologies.

 

debbie posted on 8/30/18

I'm Thinking Of You and the Family to bring comfort. The God of comfort is always there for you and the family. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. God will help those who are brokenhearted. Psalms 34:18. God is a God of love and he will do many Wonderful things for mankind. 1 John 4:8; Revelation 21:3,4. Here's some of the Wonderful things no will cause any harm and war will be gone, death will be no more and the dead will be brought back to life here on Earth to live forever, old will be young again, tears, out cry and pain will be gone All of this will come about by means of the Kingdom in the Lord's Prayer. Isaiah 11:9; 2:4; Isaiah 25:8; Acts 24:15; Psalms 37:11,29; Job 33:24,25; Revelation 21:3-5; Matthew 6:9,10. You and the family can get more comfort by emailing me at [email protected]

 

Donetta posted on 8/29/18

Mary, Donna, Theresa, Margaret, and Joe - my heartfelt condolences to you and the rest of our family. RIP Joe .

 

Ken and Pat Schlueter posted on 8/29/18

Ann, our prayers are with you and your family. You and Bill were wonderful neighbors in Omaha. We so enjoyed your company! May he rest in peace.

 

Dymps posted on 8/29/18

Good night sweet prince.

 

Eula Roth posted on 8/28/18

Ann, my heart and spirit is with you, my good friend. We've missed you both so much. May God wrap you with warm memories and his conforting spirit as you continue your life's journey. Love you.

 

Judy and Scott Harrington posted on 8/28/18

Ann and family, Know you and your family are in our prayers. Bill was a lovely, funny and genuine person. We feel fortunate to have known him.

 

Ed Babcock posted on 8/28/18

Ann, sorry to hear about your loss. Bill was a good friend that I always enjoyed being around. From the days I knew him at Rapid Print to the ink companies he was always a pleasure to work with. He had a lot of good friends in Omaha. I know God is looking down on him.

 

Denise posted on 8/28/18

I am very sorry for the recent loss of your dear loved one, Mrs. Margaret. I have a brief encouraging message I would like to share with you from the Bible. The Bible can be a great source of both comfort and hope during this most difficult time in your lives. For an example, at Revelation 21:3-5 it assures us that the day is soon coming when our most loving Heavenly Father is going to wipe away the tears of sorrow from our eyes and that even pain and death will be no more. I hope after reading this it will be of some comfort to each one of you. If later you would like to learn more from the Bible about why we die or why does a loving God allow so much suffering and injustice, please feel free to go to the website: www.jw.org to find satisfying answers.

 

Marilyn Carpowich posted on 8/28/18

Ann, Our prayers go out to you and your family. Also sending many hugs your way. Sorry for your loss. God Bless you and your family.

 

 

Kris posted on 8/28/18

Ann thinking of you often especially these next few days Remembering Bill and our times in Omaha . May peace surround in the memories and the special love you had my heart and light go with you

 

Shawna & Wally posted on 8/27/18

We’re thinking of you, Chris, and sending love to you and your family. We’re so thankful to have had the opportunity to know John’s kindness, friendship, wonderful smile and laughter.

 

ALBERT H HAEFNER posted on 8/27/18

Dear Dorie: We are so sorry for your loss. John was a great guy and Jane and I enjoyed seeing you guys when we rented at Commins Cove. Michigan friends of Mary Link

 

Rosemary Santoni posted on 8/27/18

Ann, I was so sorry to hear about Bill. Just thinking of his kind, smiling face makes me smile. I am happy that you are settled in North Carolina with family close by. I remember our Harrison days fondly. Sending you a big hug, Rosemary Santoni

 

Susan Murphy posted on 8/26/18

Dorie, I am completely stunned by your losing your John and my heart goes out to you. We all at LPL are distressed for you. You probably don't remember me, but maybe you remember my yellow hat. All my sympathy to you. Susan Murphy

 

Gayle Donaldson posted on 8/26/18

Dear Dorie, my heart aches for you. I know John and Skip will be sharing smiles and passing out jokes. Comfort comes in the memories we hold in our hearts; the past helps us go on. You are in my prayers. Peace, Gayle

 

M Campbell posted on 8/26/18

Dear Newman family, I am so sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one is a common battle amongst us all. May "the God of all comfort" bring a measure of comfort to your family, and in turn be able to "comfort one another". - 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4

 

Lavinia Zimmermann posted on 8/26/18

Dorie, I am so truly sorry about John's death. I will certainly attend the funeral and look forward to seeing you.

 

Jeremy Daigle posted on 8/25/18

I will always remember the positive and encouraging words from Aunt Lorina. Aunt Lorina was a lively, energetic person who would help you any way she could, and she would always encourage you to do your best! I know she will be celebrating in Heaven with Dad!

 

M Campbell posted on 8/25/18

Dear Rorich family, I am so sorry for your loss. I hope that this promise from God's Word the Bible will bring your family comfort at this difficult time. "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” - Revelation 21:4

 

Arlene Belli posted on 8/24/18

RIP my Cousin Arlene and Barbara

 

Joan Robinson posted on 8/24/18

Julie I am keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Love you.

 

eileen hochschild posted on 8/24/18

she was a fun person to be around... invited the employees to dinner at her house.. great pasta maker... she will be dearly missed

 

Blanche Buzzll posted on 8/23/18

Lorina was truly someone that made a lasting impression, a very lively vivacious lady. We always enjoyed being in her presence. I am sure she is enjoying many reunions with loved ones!!

 

Susan Daigle Roy Morrison posted on 8/23/18

My dear aunt Lorina, Godspeed on your journey Home. You were deeply blessed in life, may those who knew you and benefited from your goodwill be as blessed as well. Thank you for all you did for your family. You will be missed.

 

Susan Daigle Roy Morrison posted on 8/23/18

Ma tante Lorina, bonne chance à ton retour. Vous avez été profondément béni dans la vie, que ceux qui vous ont connus et qui ont bénéficié de votre bonne volonté soient aussi bénis. Merci pour tout ce que vous avez fait pour votre famille.

 

Kay Shaw posted on 8/23/18

John- what a wonderful friend to George & Kay - we loved him and you dearly...another angel is in heaven-I am sure he & George are talking cars - be strong Chris..............Love you

 

Richard Daigle posted on 8/22/18

I truly thought you would live forever. Your energy and drive were unmatched. You were the true matriarch of our family and will be truly missed. I have no doubt when you arrived in heaven you received the biggest hug from my father- Roy. We have so many fond memories, of time spent with you - wish there could have been more. In God we trust, Richard and family

 

Sandra Uzell VFW 7536 Auxilary President posted on 8/21/18

We were so sorry to hear of the loss of our VFW Auxiliary Sister. Gone from us is a pleasant, cheerful heart that won so many friends. In bygone days she was very devoted to our honored veterans and to our auxiliary. In loving remembrance of her life. Sending our heartfelt sympathy to all the family.

 

Sandra (Batterson) Harter posted on 8/21/18

David and family condolences , may your memories of this lovely man help you through your grief

 

Terri (Marcus) Chulick posted on 8/20/18

I am sorry to hear of the loss of your parents. They were such good people.

 

Prijatel Family posted on 8/20/18

Barb and Diane, The Prijatel Family on Longton in Lynhurst extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family at the loss of both of your parents. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. They were both very special people and we considered them part of our family. We will miss them deeply. God bless you all!

 

kaye trivisonno posted on 8/20/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and we are so sorry for your loss! God bless! Mark, Kaye, Nick and Marissa Trivisonno

 

kaye trivisonno posted on 8/20/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and we are so sorry for your loss! God bless. Mark, Kaye, Nick and Marissa Trivisonno

 

Connie Mcfaul posted on 8/19/18

We shared a lot of memories and they are all good! John and Mary will be missed and be forever in our hearts! Our thoughts are with you today and always! Connie and Jerry Mcfaul.

 

Connie Mcfaul posted on 8/19/18

We shared so much and they are all good memories! John and Mary will be missed and forever in our hearts! We are so sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. Connie and Jerry Mcfaul.

 

Carol Patwin posted on 8/19/18

Lynn - I just learned this morning of your mom's passing and to say I am shocked and saddened is a vast understatement. I saw her only a few weeks ago and she looked marvelous and we talked and laughed as always. The first thing out of her mouth has always been, "How are my boys?" She treated each of the little Balfour boys and girls as someone very special. I have fond memories of working side by side with her and the other ladies starting days in advance preparing for and serving the annual turkey dinner fundraiser. And she was there the last day of each school year flipping burgers with your dad. I don't think she ever stopped missing him. I like to think they're together now. You and your family are blessed to have had such a light in your lives. I loved her and will miss her, too.

 

Connie. Desselle posted on 8/19/18

Joan was a very sweet lady !!! She will be missed !!

 

Chuck Di Staulo and Family and on behalf of Josephine Di Staulo posted on 8/19/18

Barbara and Diane please accept my condolences. Your parents were the best. The friendship between them and my parents was so special. All their trips together and of course their big moment as stars on the Today Show on their trip to NYC. I have such fond memories of them both.

 

Chuck Di Staulo and Family also on behalf of Josephine Di Staulo posted on 8/19/18

Barbara and Diane please accept my condolences. Your parents were the best. The friendship between them and my parents was so special. All their trips together and of course their big moment as stars on the Today Show on their trip to NYC. I have such fond memories of them both.

 

 

Paulette Wooten Kernodle posted on 8/17/18

I was a student at Half our Elementary grades 1st thru 6th. I always remember Joann with a smile on her face every time when I went through the lunch line. Also on special days her and the lunch room ladies had their special hats on to bring a smile and happiness to us all at Half our Elementary. She will be deeply missed. Even when I seen her at the Half our Elementary reunion she had a smile on her face and cutting up with fun and laughter. Thanks for bringing Balfour Elementary lunchroom happy times.Will miss you !

 

Linda Graham posted on 8/17/18

Lynn, Jimmy and Families I am so sorry to hear of Joan's passing. Betty, Ann and I had so much fun traveling with Joan on our Bus trips. She will certainly be missed. May God comfort you during this difficult time. Linda

 

Corum Smith and Family posted on 8/17/18

I had the privilege of working with Joann for over 20 years at Balfour. She was an essential part of what gave that school such a unique character. She wasn't just great at her job (it was a marvel to watch her expertly pinch off 500-600 yeast rolls at a time, much faster than the special time-saving roller we had bought for the job), but her playful spirit and loving nature made her a joy to work with. She and her coworkers would sing happy birthday to every child and make them feel special. They loved to wear silly hats and make any and every occasion fun. I'll never forget the time Balfour won an award and was being visited by two state-level school officials who happened to be named Mr. Leaf and Mr. Woody. Joann and one of her coworkers (Betty Smith) greeted them with hats they had decorated specially with leaves and twigs in their honor. Joann was always full of fun and laughter and doted on all the kids (including my own who all attended Balfour while she worked there). She will be missed by our family and so many others. Her contribution to Balfour and the community was inestimable. My family and I send our sincere condolences to her family and friends.

 

Deborah Whitley Van Wieren posted on 8/16/18

Jimmy, Lynn, and family, Your mother made my childhood sweet with warm memories as a neighbor, cafeteria mom, and church friend. My heart and prayers are with you.

 

Sharon King posted on 8/16/18

Jimmy &Terri So sorry for your loss. Never met your Mother, but she sounds like a sweet lady. Our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Cherish all the good memories, keep them close to your heart. Sharon & Tommy King

 

Jeff and Joni Gillis posted on 8/16/18

We have your family in our thoughts and prayers. So sorry for your loss.

 

Mike and Linda Pressley posted on 8/16/18

We both were so privileged to work with JoAnn. Her sweet, caring spirit and sense of humor were such a delight. She will be greatly missed. We send our love, prayers, and condolences to her family.

 

Judy King posted on 8/16/18

Dear family, So sorry to hear of Joan's passing. She was a very sweet lady. Praying God's comfort and blessing of you all. Love, Judy Ward King

 

AM posted on 8/16/18

My sincere condolences to your family. May you find comfort in the promise of Revelation 21:4 of a time when death will be no more and loved ones will be reunited.

 

Cindy Young posted on 8/16/18

She was a great lady...Jimmy my prayers are with you and your sister.

 

Denise L Dunlap posted on 8/16/18

So sorry to hear of Joann's passing. She raised all of us at Balfour. She will be dearly missed. Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you during this difficult time and in the days ahead. Doug & Denise Dunlap

 

J.Larry Keith posted on 8/16/18

All of us who play music, will miss Joann. I could always look for her at our concerts with Betty and Ann in tow....supporting a "Balfour Brat" . We will all miss her smile and her hugs this Saturday night...her seat will be empty and a place in our heart, now vacant. From ALL the bands she supported..Much Love

 

Ron & Sheila Calvert posted on 8/16/18

Jimmy & Terri So sorry for your lost. Mom Joann is safe in the arms of her heavenly Father. She singing in the heavenly choir.

 

Ansel Pace posted on 8/16/18

Sorry to hear about JoAnn, she will be missed by all who knew her. She was delight to work with.

 

Debbie and James Lunsford posted on 8/15/18

So sorry to hear about Joan's passing. She was such a precious, sweet lady. We send you love and prayers.

 

Michelle and Bryan Heatherly posted on 8/15/18

Joann you will be missed deeply...Prayers for your family

 

Terry Johnson Wheelon posted on 8/15/18

I have loved Joann like a second mother for many many years. She helped get me through one of the most difficult times of my life with her live, laughter, and positive attitude. My daughters all loved her and eagerly waited for her smile in the cafeteria. I just saw her a few weeks ago, right after church, and she was beautiful! RIP, Joann. I hope you and mama keep all the other angels on their toes, like I know you will.

 

 

Doris S. Mooring posted on 8/15/18

Sorry for your loss. Joan (and Earl) were such a delightful couple. Our paths crossed many years ago when we went on the same trip to Hawaii . We became instant friends. Will never forget either of them.

 

Wayne Hamilton posted on 8/15/18

SO sorry for your loss. Mrs Schultz was one of the best cafeteria ladies at Balfour, and a wonderful neighbor.

 

Chris A posted on 8/15/18

Dear Sue, you have spread your angel wings and are now smiling down on all of your earthly friends. Apparently a higher power needed you. I know that you will continue to impart your contagious smile, encouraging advice and hugs, Even thou I retired and moved away I will miss you. You never had a bad thing to say about anyone. I am proud to have called you my friend, God needs angels everywhere.

 

Kim posted on 8/14/18

Daddy I miss you so much. I wish I could talk to you one more time and tell you how much I love and miss you and all about my grandkids. It is coming up on 4 yrs without you and it still hurts as much today as it did when I lost you. Please keep watching over me and sending little signs that you are near. I love you!

 

 

Melissa posted on 8/13/18

It’s been 3 months yesterday since you went home to Jesus. I’m still so heartbroken & miss you lots every day. I know you’re in heaven watching the kids grow each day but I sure wish you were here with us to see it too. I love you Momma!

 

 

Lisa Worrell-Marshall posted on 8/13/18

You were my light every Sunday morning. Your big laugh and smile always cheered me. I love you, Zoe! Save a spot for me!!!

 

 

Marilyn Hoxit posted on 8/11/18

Our Condolences to the Lyons family. Barbara, such a precious lady, I will always remember..the love and compassion she had for animals, .which she had a special gift for taking care of injured or baby animals...She had a Beautiful soul and a firey spirit. I will miss you my friend till we meet again.

 

rhonda baker posted on 8/11/18

I still can't believe it. Take deep breaths and breath. God has her in his arms. So Sorry. Rhonda a sales rep in Washington State

 

Brooks & Lisa Stepp posted on 8/10/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Glenna Stephenson posted on 8/10/18

Peace and God Bless to Sue and her family. I know she will be greatly missed at Manual and by so many more. My prayers are with her and her family and friends.

 

Annette Duncan posted on 8/10/18

Sue, you have been a friend and a caretaker to me, both brightening my day, encouraging and helping me throughout the years that I've known you..not only with customer service issues, but the day to day issues we face as reps on the road. We shared many stories together of experiences we had and many similar things we had in common. You were a bright, caring and loving person, loved by all, and you will be greatly missed. ❤

 

Kim Nelon posted on 8/10/18

Sue and I would arrive to work at almost exactly the same time every day! She would come from one direction and I the other. We noticed that several years ago and found it a fun coincidence. We rode up in the elevator every day and she was always so kind and I enjoyed the sweet stories of her life. The elevator is lonely in the morning now. We will miss your kindness every day. Praying for Brandee and Curtis for peace and comfort from our Lord and Savior during this most difficult time and transition in your lives.

 

Jennifer posted on 8/10/18

Dear Charles, Curtis, and Brandee I know there is pain in your hearts right now and you are missing Sue. My deepest sympathies go out to you all. Please know that that God cares about you and "is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit", (Psalm 34:18) May the “God of all comfort who comforts us in all our trials” (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) help you cope with your grief and may his promise of a resurrection give you a hope to hold on to for the future. My sincere condolences to you and all of Sue’s family and friends.

 

Chris Ellisor posted on 8/10/18

Your family is in my prayers. Barbara was a wonderful friend and fellow firefighter with Oak Grove Fire Department. She was dedicated to service to her community. I will always remember her smile. She was a wonderful friend who will be truly missed.

 

Cheryl Turner posted on 8/10/18

May God wrap His arms around this loving family and friends at this time of loss.God Bless each and everyone and keep them strong during this tragic loss.She was a wonderful mother,sister,daughter,wife and employee.She was a great part of her community.Prayers to all family and friends

 

Robert Lyons posted on 8/10/18

Sincerest condolences to the family. Barbara and I served together at OGFD years ago. Bless you all.

 

Nikki Rhodes and Family posted on 8/10/18

Peace and Prayers for my sweet friend Brandee and her family during this difficult time! The Rhodes Family loves you Brandee!

 

Nikki Rhodes and Family posted on 8/10/18

Peace and Prayers during this difficult time for my sweet friend Brandee and her family during their loss! You all are in my thoughts and prayers!

 

Teresa Brown posted on 8/9/18

Scott will forever hold a spot in my heart. He lived his life one day at a time. He had a wonderful sense of humor and always tried to make people smile. I will miss him

 

Amy Taylot posted on 8/9/18

Sue will truly be missed. Il oved working with her....I am heartbroken.... Thoughts and Prayers to her Family and Friends

 

Rosie Mateaki posted on 8/9/18

Sue, you held me so tight that afternoon. We hadn't seen each other in years but realized at that moment that we never forgot. I love you 'glitter'. I thank God that you graced my presence that day. You reminded me that people that honestly care aren't judgemental. You sincerely looked me in the eye and asked me how life has been. You were there for me and I'll always cherish that. I love you.

 

Debra Devereaux posted on 8/9/18

So very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers Brandi, Curtis and family during this difficult time.

 

Kee posted on 8/9/18

To the family, My deepest sympathies on the loss of your loved one. Losing someone so precious to your life is very hard, but please know that God does not want any to go through this pain, so he promises to soon do away with all sickness and death and reunite you together again (Revelation 21:4, John 5:28,29). Until that time may you cherish the memories you shared together as they too can be a source of comfort.

 

Debbie Schweitzer posted on 8/8/18

I am so sorry for the loss of such a wonderful, sweet & precious lady. She had such a beautiful spirit & smile. I pray God comforts & gives the family strength for this season of sorrow. Blessings!

 

Sheila Ford posted on 8/8/18

May God bless the entire family in the loss of Sue. She was always a sweet person, I will always remember her smile.You are in my thoughts and prayers Love Sheila S Ford PCHS Class Of 1979

 

Doris Williams posted on 8/8/18

Rob, Joan and all the family. So very sorry for your loss and prayers going up for all of you.

 

Caleigh B. posted on 8/8/18

A kind, sweet person, and a huge heart. Sending my love <3

 

margarita carter posted on 8/8/18

Prayers for the Newman family.

 

 

Scott & Debbie Mestler posted on 8/8/18

We are saddened to learn of Sue's passing. She was a genuinely warm and loving person who enriched the lives of everybody she came into contact with. We will never forget all the wonderful times we had together. Sue, you will be missed by many. Rest in Peace

 

Ken Shirek posted on 8/8/18

To Sue's family: Please know that your wonderful daughter, wife, mom, grandmother and sister spread her Christ-filled spirit far beyond Hendersonville. I worked with her for most of the last 15 years as an independent sales rep for MWW, based in Orlando. I will miss her calm voice and her gentle sense of humor. She served those of us who relied upon her with great dignity. Even though you grieve your loss, I pray you feel a sense of joy knowing that she lives with the Lord.

 

Sonja Masson Wilson posted on 8/8/18

Ill never forget you Sue. You and Sharon were like my family. I love the both of you. Such sorrow for those left behind with out you. You were very much lived my friend. But the Lord loves you even more. Rest in peace and enjoy heaven!!

 

Nikia Ogle posted on 8/8/18

Sue!!! Why did you have to go so soon?! Your truly going to be missed by so many people! I will miss seeing you and that beautiful smile! Liam missed you dearly! He said he is gonna miss getting your hugs the most! We miss you so much! Praying for Tuna to have a good recovery and for you to be watching over him through this tragic loss! Liam, the girls and I are missing you so much! We love you always and forever! Rest in peace beautiful lady!

 

Sandra Guinn posted on 8/8/18

Sue was loved by all who knew her! She should be the poster child for being the best and most awesom customer service person! She is a beautiful person both inside and out! Prayers for comfort inside and out!

 

 

Christine ramsey posted on 8/8/18

You were a ray of sunshine! It doesn't seem real seeing your picture and realizing that this is real. I have so many wonderful memories of working with you at Cato's. I loved having our shifts together.. you made me laugh till I cried, you trained me and was patient.. you were just an all around good person. I'm so thankful I got to know you but am deeply saddened by the news. I pray for peace for the family . May God be with you all. My deepest condolences, Christine ramsey

 

 

Shawna Metzker posted on 8/8/18

Sue was the kindest and truest person I ever met. Beautiful lady that always helped everyone.

 

Helen Pace posted on 8/8/18

Oh, sweet Sue Boo... I don't even know what to say. You were like sunshine to so many people, always offering up a hug and a bright smile, and that laugh of yours was enough to fix any kind of bad day. You will be missed by so many people, in so many ways, for so many reasons, for a very long time. I know that you knew how loved you were and we all knew how much love you had for your husband, your kids, and those sweet grand babies. You are at peace now, and I hope that your family soon finds peace in all of this, too. I wish there was something that could be done to bring you back, to undo this thing, so that you'd have as much time as you deserved. You will be deeply missed, my friend.

 

Cheryl Fowler posted on 8/8/18

It's coming up on the 3rd year of Carol's passing. She had a simple surgery and Fentanyl took her young life. I miss her every day.

 

Linda Epstein posted on 8/8/18

Sue was one of the kindest, sweetest and selfless woman, I've ever met. Keep spreading your beautiful smile. May you Rest In Peace.

 

Bobby Myers posted on 8/7/18

We became friends so many years ago when we were teenagers, and you were one of the sweetest people I've ever known. You always had a smile and that great laugh. You will be missed by so many! God Bless you and your family!

 

 

Carol posted on 8/7/18

Loved your beautiful spirit. You will be missed by so many. Praying for your family.

 

Brenda Hudson posted on 8/7/18

Sue, You will be so very missed because you are so very loved. Your passing is so sad and sudden. I will never forget the sound of your voice, your laugh, and the smile on your face through the phone line. I'm so thankful for the times we got to have together. God bless your family as they mourn you and the devastating absence they now have in their lives.

 

Susan Clawson posted on 8/7/18

Heartbroken that the world has lost you, rest in peace. Love and prayers to her precious family.

 

Sarah Lawter and family posted on 8/7/18

Sending love and prayers to all during this difficult time

 

 

Teresa Henderson posted on 8/7/18

Sweet Sue, Joanie Sue. I can see your big eyes now glancing to see who's walking by. Thank you for all the smiles. You sure could make me laugh! Rest in peace my friend ❤️

 

John Sonnenfeld posted on 8/7/18

Dear Curtis, Brandee, and family... I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother. Fortunately, death is only a temporary part of life. Jesus promised us a wonderful resurrection of the dead (John 5:28,29/1 Thessalonians 4:13, 14), so we have the hope of being reunited with our deceased loved ones. In the meantime, even though the pain of loss through death may sometimes seem insurmountable, rest assured that God will give you the strength necessary to endure the coming months (Psalm 46:1). Please accept my deepest sympathy and sincere condolences…. John

 

 

Amanda Mack Smith posted on 8/7/18

I'll always cherish the time we spent together, whether you were giving motherly advise, be a shoulder to cry on or the one I shared a laugh with you were always a great friend to me. Thank you for all the smiles. Rest in Peace Sue....I'll see you again my friend. Love and prayers to your family.

 

Linda posted on 8/7/18

Miss that precious smile and will always remember how she loved her family. Go rest with Jesus Sue.

 

Cynthia posted on 8/7/18

My condolences to the family may you rest in peace

 

Kathy Burnett Martin posted on 8/7/18

I have a lot of memories with you. Thankful for our times together.

 

Tyler Bradley posted on 8/6/18

I met amber and tommy about three years ago at the gas station I worked at the time . They were two of my greatest customers at night time . I would always go see amber at Pizza Hut she was one the greatest waitress in there at the

 

 

Belinda Eckhardt posted on 8/5/18

We love and miss our shining star of our family. God is with each of us in our loss. Prayers for Newman and Shipman Family's. All my Love and Prayers, Aunt B.

 

Janet Bobbitt posted on 8/5/18

Tommy, if we can do anything let us know! GOD bless you and the boys! Our heartfelt condolences! William Richards and Janet Bobbitt!

 

Stacey jones posted on 8/5/18

I meet Amber A few years ago waited on her n Tommy at waffle house we use to have such good talks she is goin to be missed she always have had good advice i just can't believe believe she is gone n Tommy please if u need anything let' us know please

 

Lora Starling posted on 8/5/18

I met Amber back in 2016.I had never seen her so high on life and Tommy when you met her. Wow The Love you Shared then was Spectacular.She told me She had never known that you could Love someone So Much...Her Sons Were her World Together You built A Perfect Union..Amber I will Always Keep you In my Heart and Love you Till I am no more...Tommy My heart is breaking for the kids and you.Remember There's nothing that can Take Your Memories.May you find strength and Comfort.My Condolences to AJ Little T and you Her Mother.

 

 

Kc posted on 8/5/18

I love you Amber and I miss you like crazy you were my best friend my homie and my sister spread your wings and fly high you may be gone but you will never be forgotten

 

Richard Morgan posted on 8/5/18

Dear Tommy I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I will be thinking of you and the kids

 

molly worrell posted on 8/5/18

I met amber newman in December of 2017. She was really nice when i met her i didn't get to know her for very long but i liked her. Ahr made tommy very happy along with their boys. I'm sorry for your loss tommy.

 

Ginny Kay posted on 8/4/18

Zoe touched my life and the lives of all she met very deeply. I will remember her most for the times she made me laugh, and her ability to tell it like it is.

 

Phyllis Bailey posted on 8/4/18

To the McMinn Family,,Very sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. Genuine Heartfelt prayers and condolences to you. May God richly bless & comfort you.

 

Bill & Freida Creasman posted on 8/3/18

Precious memories of all the weeks we spent at the Mission with your special mom and dad. We went to work-and we worked hard-but we had so much fun. The Bible studies after supper we’re always refreshing. And I (Freida) always enjoyed giving your dad a hard time-even in high school. Bill and I so much admire the work they always did. Your mom was such an inspiration to our lives. We will miss them so. Much love to you all. We are sorry we will not be at the services. Please know we are praying.

 

Julie & Doug Stobbe posted on 8/3/18

We pray you will experience the comfort of the Holy Spirit and the joy of precious memories as you celebrate your mother’s life.

 

Sharon McMinn posted on 8/3/18

Dear Irene, Tony, Kim, Thonya, Chris and all the grandchildren, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We know this is such a difficult time as we have been through this also. But, we also know that God knows when the time is right to call His children Home to rest. We know that Bob is in a far better place than we are but that we will all see him again. Until then, we will forever remember our wonderful family times together and look forward to a family reunion in Heaven some day. We love you all very much. Love, Sharon & Family

 

Katie Pcenicni posted on 8/3/18

Irene and Family, I am so sorry about Bobby. He has finally won the battle with Cancer. We are thinking about you and praying for you. With our love, Mike and Katie Pcenicni

 

Kathy Tuttle posted on 8/2/18

Irene I'm so sorry for your loss. God Bless you and your family.

 

Willard Phillips posted on 8/2/18

I am sadden to hear of Hugh's death. May God comfort & keep the Family during the days ahead is my prayer.

 

Harold Swayngim posted on 8/2/18

So sorry about uncle Bob Irene. Praying for you and the family. I was glad to see and talk to him at Moms funeral.

 

Jim & Rachel Thompson posted on 8/2/18

We will always treasure the time we spent with the Kilpatricks at Frontier Missions over many years. Earl kept Jim and Bill busy working on the buildings while Oneita directed Freida and I as we worked in the kitchen. We girls spent special time together all sitting on the couch talking together about old times and people we knew. She is one of the special people that God allowed us to be privileged to meet. We love you, Oneita.

 

Ron and Betty McCallister posted on 8/2/18

Dear David, Beth and all of Oneita's family Ron and I are deeply saddened to learn about the passing of your precious Mom but, we know heaven is rejoicing to have received a True and Beautiful Angel. David and Beth, don't know if you all remember but, your Dad performed our marriage ceremony in 1962 and of course your Mom was very much a part of that exciting occasion. We will always cherish the memory of both your parents and know that we are better people because of their wonderful influence in our lives. Our deepest Sympathy to everyone. Love, Ron and Betty McCallister

 

Lisa Owens posted on 8/2/18

Mr. McMinn You and your family are in my prayers. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Mitch and Susan BAINES posted on 8/2/18

we are praying for you Irene and your Family

 

David Oates posted on 8/1/18

Really enjoyed getting to know Jim. He was fun to hang out with and very thoughtful of those around him.

 

Ray & Pam Gonsalves posted on 7/31/18

Our deepest condolences

 

James A Christos posted on 7/31/18

A loving Brother

 

 

Sylvia posted on 7/31/18

It was such an honor to know Scott, and call him my friend. I am praying for you Mary.

 

 

Sylvia posted on 7/31/18

It was an honor to know Scott! Also, his wonderful Mother Mary.

 

 

Nan Williamson posted on 7/29/18

So warm-hearted and funny. So strong and individual. Great laugh, great hugs. I loved her distinctive voice. They broke the mold when they add Zoe.

 

 

Nan Williamson posted on 7/29/18

Such a vibrant, warm-hearted woman. Wonderful laugh, giver of great hugs. Can hear distinctive voice even now. So strong and her own person: they broke the mold when they made Zoe.

 

Larry Vorbrich posted on 7/28/18

I am very appreciative of his participation at Apple Country Woodcrafters. He will have wanted it to serve generations to come and will in part because of his interest in wood crafting. RIP Chris.

 

Cheryl Anderson posted on 7/27/18

Dear Ruth, It is with deep sadness and a very heavy heart that I send my love and condolences to you, Teri, George and Susie. May you find strength during this most difficult time in loving memories, family and friends. With love, Cheryl

 

George G Christos posted on 7/27/18

Always My Big Brother

 

Carolyn Mahshie posted on 7/26/18

I remember the first time I met Chris down in Toccoa - he was getting ready to move to Hendersonville (where I live). Chris ended up working with me at Century 21 and the best memory of all was his rambunctious laugh - when Chris laughed it lit the room up - at least for me - it was a contagious laugh! I am glad that I got to know him. My heart aches for you Ruth and I send a warm hug your way..

 

Brettanny Renée Blatchley posted on 7/26/18

May the blessing of Zoe continue among those who shared her life, and may we be joyously reunited one day to share each other anew.

 

Julie and Alisa posted on 7/26/18

My best memory of Zoe was her big gregarious personality. Our thoughts and most sincerest prayers are with Kay. I can only imagine how Heaven must be now with Zoe in attendance.

 

 

Chris Watenpool posted on 7/25/18

I'll never forget how Zoe opened her and Kay's home to me and to my wife Kate for a place to stay when we were house hunting. We had not yet met in person, but she greeted us like a long lost relative. She was family to us ever since. Until we meet again, Zoe...

 

Karen Harris posted on 7/25/18

I knew Jim as the brother of one of the best friends of my life, when she and I were young. I will always remember the little boy, though I never had the chance to know the man. I did, however, know him through my friend Faith's stories. My heart goes to all of his family and friends.

 

Chad Hartman posted on 7/25/18

I worked with Jim for the past 10 years. He was very smart and dedicated to his job. Standing around the water cooler, he would share his Jeep stories and the countless ways that you can cook beef and bacon. We’ll miss him as both a coworker and a friend.

 

Shane and Pam Fish posted on 7/25/18

I feel so privileged to have known Jim and to be able to call him a good friend. I meet Jim a few years ago on the trails and felt like I had known him my entire life by the end of the day. He was a proud member of the Carolina Trail Blazers and a part of the family. He and myself always cut up about being old and him putting all terrain tires on his hover round before or trips and getting a hall pass from the rest home. All of our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time.

 

Jason Watson posted on 7/24/18

I will never forget Jim,s smile and love for his friends. I and the Carolina Trail Blazers will miss him so much. We love you Jim.

 

Troy Baker posted on 7/24/18

Jim was a very special man. I first met Jim over a year ago when he joined our Club: The Carolina TrailBlazers. Jim didn't miss a beat and jumped right in and started going to all of our monthly rides. Even the ones HOURS away. While most of us camped, Jim opted for the comforts of a hotel, even if it were miles away. But as a result, would always offer to "pick us up something" on his way in. Each morning we'd wake up and have some coffee, then "there's Jim" coming with a massive bag of biscuits. More than any of us could eat. He was always so generous. He always offered encouragement too. Few people want others to succeed over themselves. We're all so caught up in ourselves these days. Not Jim. While he took joy in succeeding and making it up a difficult obstacle, you could always tell he TRULY wanted others to succeed and be happy. I'll never forget the time in Alabama when Jim was coming up a particularly gnarly trail. Jason and I were spotting him and telling him to "hammer down" and really get a bit of this section to launch over a big rock. Well...Jim did! And he shot over into the trees the wrong way. He laughed and laughed, and had us rolling. He was always good for that....had us laughing all the time! Jim shared his life, his faith, and his stories around the campfire. And if you had the pleasure to ride with Jim on one of the adventures we took every month, he would share his love of his family with you as well, and the importance of happiness and peace. I want his family to know how MANY people Jim influenced in our club. My heart broke into pieces when we heard the news. While I know Jim's soul was prepared, My heart (and the hearts of MANY other TrailBlazers) was NOT, and I will miss my brother dearly! Jim was awesome!

 

Merle Ward posted on 7/24/18

This news seemed to come up so randomly online. I am stunned and so sad. I am incredibly sorry for your loss. I knew Kyle and Scott through high school years/church in Wilmington. I remember them as sunshine and now wish their entire family peace. ~Merle Ward

 

Jessy Castellano posted on 7/24/18

Our hearts and prayers are with your family Jim. Your presence will be missed by all who knew you. I’m sure there will be awesome wheeling waiting for you on the other side of the pearly gates. Rest Easy Pelto. -The Castellano Family

 

Nikki Laszlo posted on 7/24/18

Uncle Jim was always such a quiet, humble, but funny man. He was good to us kids when we spent time with him. I was often james’ shadow so to speak, so while we were kids uncle Jim would load us up in the Geo and take us some place fun or cool. One of my greatest memories was when he took us to jetty Park we watched jet ski races, bmx riders, dirt bikes and more! It was awesome! I am sad to say I had not spoke to him for a long time, but I think he was an awesome individual and an awesome father. I wish for peace for all who have to miss him and the memories that they still wished to share. Im thankful he found happiness, and hobbies that made him smile in the NC mountains. RIP uncle Jim. ❤️

 

 

Shannon Cooper posted on 7/24/18

You were not my uncle by blood but you were definitely my uncle in my heart. You were a great person and I will never forget you and the fun times we had and I will forever cherish all the memories jeeping with you, Jason and the boys and of course I cannot forget BACON!!!! I love you Uncle Jimmy

 

 

joy capps posted on 7/22/18

Peace be with you and your precious family !

 

Denise Pace Goetz posted on 7/22/18

Jimmy was a sweet and dear man. I know you are all missing him. Love and prayers.

 

Rev. Ray Talley posted on 7/21/18

Jim Adkins was one of the most GENUINE Christians I have ever known. I was blessed to be his interim Pastor for two years at Gethsemane Baptist Church. He is now with the Savior he loved and served so faithfully. Rev. Ray Talley

 

Chris & Joyce Maggert posted on 7/21/18

To the family we are sorry for your loss, to us Jim was family, he was a great friend and fellow jeeper, we went on a lot of Jeep rides and adventures with him, whether it was working on his Jeep, our Jeep or a Jeep Trail or hanging out in the shop, that will never beforgotten. He always had answer to Jeep questions, gave lots of good advice and was fun to be around, he always had good things to say about everyone. ( sometimes there would be a comment over time he cb about a jack wagon doing something crazy in the interstate) lol always good times that will be missed but will never be forgotten. We are here if you need us for anything.

 

Carol Upton posted on 7/21/18

Zoe and I met on FB and enjoyed long conversations on line. True to her nature, she decided that she wanted to meet me in person, so she drove from Nashville to Massachusetts and spent a week with me. We had a lot of laughs and I will always be grateful to have had the opportunity to know her.

 

Anthony and Jeff Ward posted on 7/20/18

The Coggins Family, Jimmy used to coach our little league baseball team, we had lot of fond memories of that time and really enjoyed having Jimmy as our coach.Sorry for your loss and y'all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Jeani Roberts Cantrell posted on 7/20/18

I first met you many years ago when you were a snip of a girl in Osage Beach Mo when I went to work for your daddy. You were taught to cook by the best and learned well in his restaurant .I have many good memories of you and I became your aunt. I held your baby girl Macy when she was a few hours old, Time has past but our connection never will. Rest easy sweet girl for you have joined your parents grandparents and your brothers. Your earthly home was a hard one at times and those left behind, your sister Rachel, your daughter and son and grandchildren are left with their memories and better for knowing your love, and yes this long ago aunt loved you and will miss you too. Rejoice in your Heavenly home now and know that we will see you again. Love you always, Aunt Jeani

 

Jodie Stilwell posted on 7/18/18

Words cannot express how saddened I am at your passing. The world lost a great person & heaven gained a beautiful soul. Rest easy my friend!

 

Christy Chrun posted on 7/18/18

Laura was my cousin and my first best friend. My heart is broken! Keeping Rachael, Macey and her three children, Tim and all of Laura’s friends in my thoughts and prayers!

 

Ellen Trnka posted on 7/18/18

I'm so saddened by the loss of this beautiful soul. I remember her as being a kind person who would do anything for anyone. My deepest sympathies to Laura's family and friends. I'm so sorry. I wish you all comfort and peace in your hearts.

 

Christian Diepholz posted on 7/17/18

I’m sorry to hear of Chris’s passing. It was always a pleasure to share the court with Tippy and he will be missed. The service today was touching. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Trudy Nowell posted on 7/17/18

Dear Harris family, I am so sorry to have read of the recent death of your loved one Chris. Please accept my most sincere condolences. May you find the comfort from the Scriptures at John 5:28,29 where Jehovah God promises a resurrection of our loved ones through his son Christ Jesus. And then the wonderful hope in the near future to the end of all the causes for our sufferings including sickness and death promised at Revelation 21:3-5. When I've lost loved ones these Scriptures have comforted me as I hope they will help your family also. In your time of need may God's loving arms surround your family during this most difficult time of your lives. Please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss.

 

Barbara Middleton posted on 7/17/18

I have known Chris through C.V My child also suffered with addiction.He would talk to me about it and prayed for her, but his good morning hug and smile got me though alot of bad times . I truly loved him.My child is doing wonderful now and has been clean for 3 years. I always said that God and Chris were my saving Grace through that time. I will always feel blessed that I knew Chris Harris.

 

Sandra and Randy posted on 7/17/18

We have no words for the sorrow, We will always remember the wonderful times we shared and treasure the laughter and tears. We went through a lot over the years but we will always treasure the memories

 

 

Erica posted on 7/17/18

Paula, Amy and family, I am sorry for your loss. What an angelic woman she is. I know it takes a lot of strength to get through times like this. May God bless you with wonderful memories and let your hearts be light knowing she is at peace. Love, Erica

 

Janet Arnold posted on 7/16/18

Zoe was my friend, teacher, and more. She will be missed. I miss her. Rest easy. And Kay...good job done, she could have not asked more from a partner than you. Well done.

 

Rachael Zazzetti posted on 7/16/18

My sister was good to many and would help people in their time of need. Now she is with the rest of family. You will always be close to my heart and I will member the good times we shared. May you fly high with daddy, momma and the brothers. I miss you.

 

Tina McHarge posted on 7/16/18

I had the pleasure to meet Laura when I was a teenager. She was the sweetest lady and a wonderful friend. I know in my heart that she is with God and my dad also. My heart breaks for her family. Prayers for everyone.

 

Angie S. posted on 7/16/18

Laura was a sweet lady. She would give you the shirt off her back if you needed it. She and I had coffee and read Bible once a week then had major discussion about it. We would also sit and color just to pass time and catch up on life. She will be dearly missed. My prayers to her family.

 

Tammy Allison (Luke's Mom) posted on 7/16/18

I am so sorry to hear about Chris. I know you were a close knit family. I always enjoyed the basketball games. You were his biggest cheerleaders. Go Eagles! You are in my prayers.

 

vicky seelig posted on 7/16/18

I have no words to express my sorrow. A huge part of my life is now missing but I will never forget my best friend. I know Laura is with God now, and can ask Him all the questions none of us on earth could answer I have no idea what to say to ease your hurt just remember Jesus will carry you through this sorrow. I love you Laura

 

Lynn Garren Lance posted on 7/15/18

Lora, my deepest sympathy to you and your family. There are really no words to say at a time like this other than you all are being lifted up in prayer. May God give you all peace and comfort. Lynn Garren Lance

 

Peggy Pressley posted on 7/15/18

Lora I can’t imagine how you feel but want you to know that you were a wonderful loving caring mother. I remember you taking Christopher to football camp and him coming by the office. My love and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Cathy Diepholz posted on 7/15/18

We are so sorry for the loss of Chris. I have many fond memories of him playing basketball with the Eagles. Our prayers are with you and your family

 

Jerry Clyde McCall posted on 7/14/18

I very upset about Chris.It hurts that I didn't have a chance to get to know him better.He' in a better place now.He's with Mom and Dad having a good time.Will remember you in my prayers

 

 

Christa Smith posted on 7/13/18

You were a good friend to me. I will never forget you.

 

 

Christa Smith posted on 7/13/18

You were a good friend to me. I will never forget you.

 

Angie Bell posted on 7/13/18

Hi Linda and family. I used to bring you dog food, many years ago. You might not even remember! But I saw Don's obit and just wanted to let you know how sorry I am for your loss. I remember him being such a sweet man. You are in my thoughts. Angie Bell

 

Patrisia Magallon posted on 7/13/18

Please accept our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult moment. May the God of all comfort give you strength to endure the pain you are going through. “The day is near when all who have fallen asleep will be awaken”-John 5:28,29

 

Cheryl. Conwell posted on 7/13/18

Sympathy to Doug's family. Very sorry for your loss.

 

Lois Connors (ex-Brank) posted on 7/13/18

My heart goes out to not only Laura, but her family as well. Laura was a beautiful person, inside and out. I will miss her smile and her laughter. She is free from the pain and heartache that person put her through. Her heart was huge and she certainly didn't deserve this. May the family find comfort knowing she is finally free.

 

Christian smith posted on 7/13/18

Laura was my client recently when I sold some property for her. I got to know her well and we had lots of long talks. She was a funny sweet christian lady. I know she’s in a better place but doesn’t take the pain away from losing her in such a terrible way. Praying for peace for your family. May you feel God wrap His arms around you in this time of mourning.

 

Holly Fincher posted on 7/12/18

So sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts.

 

Shannon Stover Zink posted on 7/12/18

Brandee, I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I am think of you all and sending you prayers of comfort and peace.

 

Shannon Stover Zink posted on 7/12/18

Brandee, I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I’m thinking of you and sending you all prayers of comfort and peace.

 

Cliff and Sheryl Batson posted on 7/12/18

Doug,Brad and Gabe, We are sorry To hear about your father, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

JoAnne Massengale Alto posted on 7/12/18

R.I.H.

 

 

Wilma Royer Massengale posted on 7/11/18

My sincere sympathy to the family!

 

Pam and Don Cox posted on 7/11/18

Dear Margaret, we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Vicki Conwell Hinshaw posted on 7/11/18

So sorry for your loss Vicki Conwell Hinshaw

 

Denise posted on 7/10/18

I am very sorry for the recent loss of your dear loved one, Deborah. I have a brief encouraging message I would like to share with you from the Bible. The Bible can be a great source of both comfort and hope during this most difficult time in your lives. For an example, at Revelation 21:3-5 it assures us that the day is soon coming when our most loving Heavenly Father is going to wipe away the tears of sorrow from our eyes and that even pain and death will be no more. I hope after reading this it will be of some comfort to each one of you. If later you would like to learn more from the Bible about why we die or why does a loving God allow so much suffering and injustice, please feel free to go to the website: www.jw.org to find satisfying answers.

 

 

Sheri Leland posted on 7/10/18

Once in a lifetime you end up meeting some one through their work, and that person makes an impression on you that you will never forget. I was lucky enough to have met Debbie that way and even though our contact was brief I could tell she was a person who had true concern for others no matter what their station in life was ...she was kind to my entire family and that told me her work was not just a job to her. I was always hoping we would meet again and was sorry to learn she left us too soon. My sympathy to her entire family including her family at work.

 

Lana Wilde posted on 7/8/18

I have known Debbie for more than fifteen years, and immediately recognized Debbie to be a true woman of God. Can't say I ever saw her in a state other than calm and soft-spoken, and always trusting that God had things under control. When I last saw Debbie, we talked about her mother having recently passed away and how much she was missed, I can imagine a happy reunion in Heaven! Debbie was a fine Christian model for women in the work place. She was greatly respected and will be greatly missed.

 

Andy Waters posted on 7/7/18

Debbie was like a sister to me. She took me under her wings in 1991 when First Citizens Bank (my employer) purchased her employer, First Federal. We worked together in Hendersonville for about 3 months but we continued our friendship after I moved via First Citizens to Wilmington and back to Raleigh. I moved to Lexington, KY in 2004 and always looked forward to seeing Debbie every year at the Trust Advisors Forum in Pinehurst. Debbie was a godly, Christian saint. I will miss her but I know she is now worshipping at Jesus’ feet and is much happier and fully healed of cancer.

 

Christie C posted on 7/7/18

I am deeply sorry for your family's loss. The God of all comfort will help you to cope during this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:4)

 

Alton Connor posted on 7/6/18

Marianna and family ~ My love, prayers and deepest sympathy to you all as you go thru the passing of your Dad. My heart goes out to each of you. I am so sorry for your loss. Praying God's grace will sustain you all during this difficult time. Love, Alton

 

 

Stacey Culver posted on 7/5/18

Great lady, always interesting to talk with and easy; as you always wound up laughing about something. Will miss her and HUGS to her family members.

 

Elana Carland posted on 7/5/18

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Mr. Dockery. My prayers are for the friends and family.

 

Elana Carland posted on 7/5/18

I so sorry to hear of the loss of Mr. Dockery. My prayers are for healing for friends and family.

 

Elana Carland posted on 7/5/18

So sorry to hear of the loss of Mr. Dockery. My prayers are with the family.

 

gc posted on 7/4/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Barbara Sinclair posted on 7/2/18

Linda, just now saw the notice of Don passing. Our sincere condolences to you and all the children. Our thoughts and prayers are lifted up during this difficult time.

 

Martha Freeman posted on 6/30/18

Will put 4 Fried Pies aside Friday morning on Labor Day weekend in memory of Don. He was there first thing to get some hot pies first thing. Will miss him and his unique sense of humor.

 

Donna (and John) Crawford posted on 6/28/18

Linda, The beautiful remarks about Don help all of us remember he was, indeed, an accomplished man! I am sorry I have lost touch with you as the years have flown by. I have pleasant memories of you and your children at the swimming pool and working with you with school committees and functions. Tell your children I said "hello" and that John and I are thinking about you with this life transition.

 

Sally Gilbert posted on 6/26/18

Lynette, Larry, and family:. My thoughts and prayers are with each and everyone of you as you mourn the loss of Michael. May God give you peace and comfort in the days ahead.

 

Tracy Avila posted on 6/26/18

Kyle I'll never forget our trip to La trying to get on the Price is Right show you Tory and I so much fun it was a crazy weekend. You'll be missed! Love you! Btw I still have your "America" CD. Love you!

 

Brian Young posted on 6/26/18

Loved this guy great friend and great pastor. One of his first weddings at Hillcrest Baptist and here my wife and are 36 years later

 

Brian Young posted on 6/26/18

Loved this guy what a great friend and pastor

 

Kathy Coykendall posted on 6/26/18

Praying for Kyle's family during this sad and difficult time. Kyle was such a sweet person who befriended me in HS when I moved to Delaware. Praying that God will comfort you and give you strength and peace through this.

 

Angela Young posted on 6/25/18

So sorry to lose this man, but grateful we will meet again. Former pastor and friend for many years! Praying for you Delores!

 

Nicole Monjauze posted on 6/25/18

Dear Kyle, I hope you find all the love and kindness you so truly deserve in heaven. God loves you Kyle. We all loved you too!

 

Sandy Phillips Buckner posted on 6/25/18

Larry and Lynette. I am so to hear about Michael. There is nothing that anyone can ever say that will make you feel less alone , but just know God is always there for you . He will comfort you as he did when i lost my son. You are in my prayers.

 

Dawn Law posted on 6/25/18

We love you, Scott. Our prayers, thoughts and friendship are right there with you. Thank you for sharing the great memories of Kyle. Please continue his memory in our conversations. XOXI. Bob and Dawn

 

Myran Julie Jarmon posted on 6/24/18

My heart goes out to you, Gavin, Larry, Lynette and the Oliver family and friends of Michael in your time of sorrow. I know Michael has left you with many precious memories from his 36 short years with us. When death robs us of someone we love very much, it causes much sadness and grief. "Jehovah (Psalm 83:18) is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) Isaiah 33:24 guarantees us: "And no resident will say "I am sick," ever again. Revelations 21: 4 says: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore." For more comforting scriptures please visit: http://bit.ly/1K38EFt. It has given me hope, strengthened my faith and helped me find the answer to Why? I know it will do the same for you. The family is in my prayers and I offer my heartfelt condolences. Feel free to me contact me at my email address: [email protected]

 

Phil Henry posted on 6/23/18

Larry,Lynette & family. So sorry to learn of Michael's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May God Bless and give you comfort.

 

Regina Forrest posted on 6/21/18

Ramona was a co-worker of mine for many years at the hospital in Anderson. So sorry to hear of her struggle the last years of her life. My sympathy and prayers for her family.

 

 

Jo & Andy posted on 6/21/18

Douglas, you're light will never go out, we love & miss you, but will be in our hearts forever.

 

Virginia posted on 6/15/18

I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I know this is a very difficult time for you. Please accept my deepest condolences. God’s Word provides us with this comfort and hope for the future. When speaking of the future Psalms 37:29 says, "the righteous will possess the earth and they will live forever on it". This shows us a few things: 1)The earth itself will remain forever. No apocalypse or crazy atomic bomb or anything of the sort will destroy the earth. 2) Only the righteous will inhabit the earth in the near future. Note, it says 'the earth' not heaven. Only those who God deems as righteous, that is, those who live up to God's standards not men's will enjoy everlasting life. 3) They will live forever. That's the same hope our first father's Adam and Eve had. Unfortunately they were disobedient. But thanks to the ransom of our Lord Jesus Christ we have a wonderful future in store. If you would like to learn more jw.org can help

 

Jack Zimmermann posted on 6/14/18

I am so sorry Jack. Noel was always so fun to be around at our member/guest tournaments. She was a very caring person and she always seemed excited to see me and hear what was going on in my life. I will miss her! God bless your family.

 

Bob Young and Bob Reece posted on 6/14/18

We only lived next to Tom and Jan for a few short months before they moved, and only learned of Tom's passing yesterday. He leaves a memory of a terrific neighbor, and we feel so honored to have known him if only for a brief time. I'm quite sure his passing leaves a large hole in the hearts of Jan and his family. But you have been truly blessed to have a man of his calibre in your lives for so many years. We extend our sincere sympathy to all of you.

 

Maxine Gadson posted on 6/13/18

So sorry for your loss. May the scriptures found at John 5:28,29 and Acts 24:15 bring hope and comfort in the assured promise of the resurrection.

 

Maxine Gadson posted on 6/13/18

So sorry for your loss. May the scriptures at John 5:28,29 and Acts 24:15 bring hope and comfort in God's assured promise of the resurrection

 

Chris Satterfield posted on 6/13/18

Mr.C

 

Janet Davio posted on 6/13/18

Deepest sympathy to all who loved her.

 

Teresa Cunningham Sadowski posted on 6/13/18

god speed uncle Tollie will be seeing you in next realm of life you n daddy keep watch over us all love and prayers to aunt deloris and deddie and all

 

 

Denise Pudelski posted on 6/13/18

Debbie, I am so sorry about your father. I did not find out about it till Wed. and by that time it was too late to go to anything. Just know that you are definitely in my prayers as well as your family and friends. Love you, Denise

 

Robin Ertzberger posted on 6/13/18

My sympathies to his family and friends at the loss of this delightful man. He was a pleasure to know and I loved his smile.

 

Consuelo M Chastain posted on 6/12/18

The world has lost a great man and wonderful friend to my parents. Deepest sympathies.

 

 

Belinda Damron posted on 6/12/18

So many memories over the years! When Debbie, (Cousin Deb, his daughter) and I were little girls in Cleveland, OH, we were together a lot for several years; we lived right next door, and then, across the street from each other. So, I remember the fun times that Debbie and I had, playing "house"; and reading,and singing together; and just being together; like sisters; cause we even squabbled like sisters! :) Oh well.We love each of you! Then, going to Vacation Bible School at their church...Tollie and Delores were always so sweet and kind....so thankful for the good memories of all of you.

 

Debra and roger wilbanks posted on 6/12/18

what a kind and loving person. He will be missed in our neighborhood. my thoughts and prayers are with his family.

 

Michael and Kathy Short posted on 6/12/18

Prayers for Delores. He married us over 40 years ago, and know he will be having a grand reunion

 

GINA FAYE CUNNINGHAM posted on 6/12/18

You were a truly special person and the most wonderful uncle anyone could ask for. Rest in peace Uncle Tollie. I know daddy (your brother Bobby) was waiting for you to say hello again. Watch over all those who love and loved you. God speed on this next journey as we will see each other again when the Lord wishes. Prayers and love to the family. Your neice - Gina

 

Marvin/Rita Metcalf posted on 6/12/18

Brother Tollie was a true friend and he will be missed by many but if we have accepted Jesus as our Savior we will again be with Tollie someday.

 

Melody Cooper Mathis posted on 6/12/18

So very sorry to hear of Tolli8es passing -- we al loved him so much ! Melody Cooper Mathis

 

Tiffany Cole posted on 6/11/18

Pastor Tollie was my buddy and not to long ago he came to church I remember talking up.a storm with him and giving him 4 hugs he told my boy friend that I was his girl. He is truly missed praying for the family love ya guys.

 

Patrisia Magallon posted on 6/9/18

Please accept our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult moment. May the God of all comfort give you strength to endure the pain you are going through. “The day is near when all who have fallen asleep will be awaken”-John 5:28,29

 

Janie McKinley posted on 6/8/18

I remember when Fred brought his lovely bride to the U.S. for the first time back in 1956. People then (and now) have talked about how SMART he was to marry her. The kinfolks always knew that Fred was handsome, that he was a hard worker, and that he was super-intelligent. Marrying the beautiful Frances from Germany just elevated him even more in their opinion. May God grant their family His peace in this time of transition, and may your many good memories last on and on.

 

Tammy Jolley posted on 6/8/18

Connie was my mentor when I first began working at Blackboard. She loved her work and often spoke of the family she loved. She will be missed by her work family. My thoughts go out to you during your time of grief.

 

Mickey Maxwell posted on 6/8/18

What a great guy. I have so many great memories with Ray through football and work. Louise, Jeff, and Warren, I love you guys and praying for you.

 

Yvonne DeGraw posted on 6/8/18

My sincere love condolences, and prayers to the family, he will be missed

 

Alton Williams posted on 6/8/18

Sorry to hear about Ray, worked with him for more than 30 yrs. prayers for the family

 

Brenda Robinson posted on 6/8/18

You were the best fishing buddy ever. Never forget the time on the pier. I had a big black drum on my line and though I miss the fish. I stomped my foot and sad a not so nice word. I looked at Ray and he was laughing very hard. He said Brenda that fish is still on the line. I started reeling the fish in and he grabbed the net and helped me get it in. That was one of the biggest fish I ever caught. Ray I hope your fishing with your Dad and brother in heaven. RIP I love you.

 

Edith Bayne posted on 6/7/18

Prayers for the family during this difficult time. I enjoyed working with Ray over the years and bowling on his winning team.

 

Jim & Jan Hendley posted on 6/7/18

To: Dave and Family, We are very sorry to hear about Connie. She is now out of pain, and has been accepted by the Load, who has wrapped his arms around her. God Bless you and your family.

 

Nancy Clark posted on 6/7/18

We are so very sorry for your loss.

 

Chris Hill posted on 6/7/18

Frances was a wonderful sweet caring person. Her door was always open and she made me feel like part of her family as I grew up. My condolences to Ron, Mike and Steve.

 

Dean & Brenda Cagle posted on 6/7/18

Condolences to your family at this time of loss.....I've known Ray a long time and he was always a great guy !! Prayers for your family !

 

Nancy and Earl Westall posted on 6/7/18

We are sad that Frances has passed. We send prayers and love for you , the family. She was such a joy to be with. She will be truly missed in exercise. She never missed a beat! Love to you all. We are out of town. Please accept our regrets.

 

Earl & Peggy Jackson posted on 6/7/18

So sorry for your loss. We live in Blue Ridge Villa, and when I would walk, I would often talk to Francis. She was always upbeat and energetic, friendly, and always had a smile. She was a wonderful person, and now she has joined her husband, Fred, whom she missed so much. May God give you comfort and peace for the days ahead.

 

Janie Mae Jones McKinley posted on 6/7/18

Though we could not stay for the funeral (because of needing to be at our church to play the organ) we were glad to meet the kinfolks from Charlotte. Over the generations, I knew of them, but enjoyed meeting folks in person. It is good to know that Naymon had the love and care of his family and of two church families, as well. God is good, and His blessings continue into the next generations. May peace be with each of you in the coming days.

 

Rick & Darlene Dotson posted on 6/7/18

We enjoyed working with Ray for many years. He was one-of-a-kind great guy. Prayers to the family.

 

Sandra Pelfrey posted on 6/7/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my prayers.

 

 

Pamela Lewis posted on 6/7/18

So sorry to hear about Ray...

 

David Rhodes posted on 6/7/18

I am so sorry to here about my best friend ray passing away.Ray was a true friend.i am sorry i will not be able be at his service my prayers to the family

 

gc posted on 6/7/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

gc posted on 6/7/18

My sincere condolences to the Pickens family. May your many fie memories of Eliot and loving words comfort family and friends during this very difficult time and the days ahead (Isaiah 57:15)

 

gc posted on 6/7/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

gc posted on 6/7/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May your many fine memories of Michael and loving words comfort family and friends during this difficult time and the days ahead (Isaiah 57:15)

 

gc posted on 6/7/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

gc posted on 6/7/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Becky Pace Fagge posted on 6/7/18

Your mom always made me feel welcome in your home. She was a lovely blend of sugar and spice. God bless you all.

 

Sharon Park posted on 6/7/18

Her smiling face will surely be missed at Belk. She would always come find me to help her. My deepest sympathy.

 

Harish posted on 6/6/18

Sandra, Sending thoughts and prayers your way. May your dear uncle rest in peace.

 

"Birdie" Robbie Goolsby posted on 6/6/18

Rosie and family, thinking of you and will have you in my prayers. Hoping the memories of the fun times with Michael will help ease your pain.

 

Shari Sierk posted on 6/6/18

I am thinking of all of you at this time. Namon was so special to me and I am thankful to have known him and all of you as well. He was indeed a special soul.

 

Gary Warga posted on 6/6/18

Bill I am so sorry for you and your family for the loss of your father.

 

Karl Greenwood posted on 6/5/18

My good friend EL is what we called him is no longer with us. He lost his battle with a illness that's taking a lot of us he has his wings know. Like they say he only takes the best. You will be missed my brother SIP LUV YOU MAN.

 

Sandra Hudspeth posted on 6/5/18

Sandra I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Sincerely Sandra Hudspeth

 

Tammy Boyd posted on 6/5/18

Sorry for your loss. YOU and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Connie Leake (formerly Ivey) posted on 6/5/18

So very sorry for your loss. Jay was always kind and had an easy smile for everyone he worked with daily. Keeping you all in thought and prayer. Connie

 

 

Ronald Reese posted on 6/5/18

Sandra, Bobby, Debbie and Billy I am sad for your loss of your Uncle Naymon. Now he can be at peace with those who preceded him. Prayers with all of you.

 

Heather McCloy posted on 6/5/18

Jay was always so sweet and caring; whenever we had a medication emergency at night at the VA he was always came quickly to help or sent us just what we needed. He was always so kind and gave us a laugh when we needed one - he is greatly missed. Prayers for solace and strength to his family and friends

 

Shelly (Lord) Ronquillo posted on 6/5/18

We are saddened to hear of the family's loss but rejoicing for Naymon that he is home with his Lord and with the family that surely greeted him, especially your sweet momma. He was such a sweet soul & I'm thankful to have known him. Thoughts & prayers to the entire family.

 

 

Mary Pitts posted on 6/5/18

I thank God for remembrance of Mamon , now Rest In Peace.

 

Pat Hunt posted on 6/5/18

I remember " Gourmet Club "

 

Leann Rogers posted on 6/5/18

Bobby, Billy Debbie and Trixie I'm so sorry for the loss of your uncle Namon. His kind soft sweet personality and heart will be missed. You guys are 8n my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Leann Rogers posted on 6/5/18

The gardens Namon could grow. Loved listening to the stories he would tell at the Christmas dinners and always had a kind word to say.

 

stacy scott posted on 6/4/18

we are so sorry for the loss of Mike keeping family in thoughts and prayers

 

K posted on 6/4/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in God's sure promise of a resurrection as set forth in the Bible. (Acts 24:15; John 5:28,29) Those who are raised to life will have the prospect of never again being subject to misery, sickness, or death. (Revelation 21:4) I hope that reflecting on these thoughts will give you some relief during this difficult time.

 

Susan Blevins posted on 6/3/18

Love and prayers to you from your friends in the Welcome Club. We hope you can take comfort in knowing he is now at peace.

 

Frank and Rosalie Martella posted on 6/3/18

Talk about a lot of memories, including the Wendy House to all those searches for those antiques!

 

Phyllis Waddell posted on 6/2/18

My deepest condolences go out to the pickets family. Elliott Pickens have a great guy I knew him for years he one of my childhood neighbor he was my brother's best friend. Laugh joke live life to the fullest even when he found out he had cancer he was determined he was going to beat it and it wasn't going to beat him. Even through all his pain and agony he still smile, sometimes he does SNAP just had to put him back in his place and then go smile talk about you know I love you you're going to be greatly missed my brother I love you rest in peace. Essence Mrs Pickens I'm going to pray for you. I can't even begin to describe what you are going through but you are in my heart and in my prayers along with Bill and David God bless y'all.

 

Cynthia Stenstrom posted on 6/2/18

I am so sorry for your loss. I will always love you, Micheal and Rosie.

 

Jeffrey Davis posted on 6/2/18

Rest in peace and rise in glory Noel Davis (Aunt Noel)

 

Kay Galloway posted on 6/2/18

Farewell John! Thoughts of you at work at AFCENT International School spring to mind and the welcome you and Barbara extended to your home. Thank you for your thoughtfulness and your wide-ranging iintellect.

 

Jeremy Blythe posted on 6/2/18

I think this man was my real grandfather. I never knew him, but Dirk Blythe was my father and so it stands to reason. Either way, nothing but love to the surviving family.

 

Faye Barnes posted on 6/1/18

Jay was my first cousin. He was a mischievous boy. His father and my mother were brother and sister. I have a lot of family history about the Cochran family if any of his children are interested. I am sorry for your loss.

 

Myrtle Marshall posted on 6/1/18

Mr. Davis, I am sincerely sorry for your loss of Noel. May god bless you and all your family during this sad time. (ref: M. Hawkins-R. Orig)

 

Laura Wenck posted on 6/1/18

Marcia - we were so shocked and saddened to hear that cousin Donnie passed away. You two were a great team. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Kathy Blake posted on 6/1/18

I worked with Jay in the Pharmacy here at the VA, and Everyone knew Jay!! He helped feed the patients on the weekend, and if anyone needed a push, Jay was there to help. He was missed when he "Retired", but we were all happy for him living his dream!! He was a hoot!!

 

Marieka Black posted on 6/1/18

Jay was a wonderful and kind person who loved to volunteer to assist other Veterans like himself. He will be missed, RIP friend. Prayers and peace beyond understanding to his family and friends.

 

Susan Stanton posted on 5/31/18

John was one of a kind - always the first to jump in and volunteer. He was a kind soul and will be dearly missed. The photographic community will feel the loss.

 

Vernon Mitchell “ Bud “ posted on 5/31/18

Jay was just a wonderful person. Always had a big smile on his face. He made everyone he encountered happy. Heaven has its number one Gator fan now.

 

Vernon Mitchell “ Bud “ posted on 5/31/18

Just a great guy

 

Jenny Matens posted on 5/31/18

Thoughts and prayers for your family and friends.

 

 

Suzette hylton posted on 5/31/18

Thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

Bill Glausier posted on 5/31/18

You were a good friend when we were growing up in Camilla and sale city.

 

Bill Glausier posted on 5/31/18

A final salute to you Jay. Thank you for your service and warrior spirit.

 

 

Juanita Pollock Sherrill posted on 5/31/18

Juanita Pollock Sherrill

 

 

Juanita Pollock Sherrill posted on 5/31/18

I am just really saddened by the passing of my childhood friend and classmate, Jay was such a sweet boy growing up and I always loved him. My Deepest sympathy to his brother Terry and the rest of his family. Our thoughts and prayers for all of you. Love, Juanita

 

Kathie Griffin posted on 5/31/18

A wonderful man. So sorry for your loss. He will be missed!

 

Donna Crawford posted on 5/30/18

Jack, I met Noel (and you) in approximately 2006. For several years, Noel and I served together on a committee for Women Helping Women Event. I am sorry I didn't know about her illness and am happy to have known such a pleasant person with whom to work.

 

Jack and Charlotte Morgan posted on 5/30/18

Jack, so sorry to hear about Noel’s passing. She was an amazing person and a good friend to so many people. We will miss her smile and wonderful personality.

 

Denise posted on 5/29/18

Iam very sorry for the recent loss of your dear loved one, Eliot . I have a brief encouraging message I would like to share with you from the Bible. The Bible can be a great source of both comfort and hope during this most difficult time in your lives. For an example, at Revelation 21:3-5 it assures us that the day is soon coming when our most loving Heavenly Father is going to wipe away the tears of sorrow from our eyes and that even pain and death will be no more. I hope after reading this it will be of some comfort to each one of you. If later you would like to learn more from the Bible about why we die or why does a loving God allow so much suffering and injustice, please feel free to go to the website: www.jw.org to find satisfying answers.

 

Don Barbery posted on 5/29/18

Very Sorry the learn of your loss. I know she will be missed by all. You are in my prayers.

 

Al Grayson posted on 5/29/18

Julius was a friend some years ago. I knew him when he had a home in Juno Beach. I rented an apartment from him in his apartment house in Palm Beach. I was an occasional guest in his Juno Beach home and in his home on Hwy. 64 west of Hendersonville, once when I was single and once with my wife and child. Julius always showed a kind heart. The last time I talked with him on the phone he invited me to bring my family to visit him. Unfortunately we were unable to go.

 

 

Jeffrey Davis posted on 5/29/18

May the light of this candle show the way to eternal life in heaven for my aunt.

 

Jeffrey Davis posted on 5/29/18

Our deepest condolences and prayers to your family and to all the friends Noel was blessed to have in her life. God be with you all. She was a fine aunt and lady.

 

Jill Tiedge Gehbauer posted on 5/29/18

I am sorry for the passing of your mother, Nancy. I have good memories of her and your Dad from your house on 29th Street. I hope your memories will bring a smile to your heart in the days ahead.

 

 

Jill Johnson posted on 5/29/18

May you be at peace. I love you!

 

Wilma Jacoby posted on 5/29/18

My heartfelt condolence.

 

Nancy (Meade) Gullette posted on 5/28/18

I just wanted to extend my deepest sympathy. I have warm memories of both your folks.

 

Carolle McKenney posted on 5/28/18

Will look forward to seeing you in Heaven, MaryAnn. Love you so very much.

 

Roger Korthase posted on 5/28/18

Can't count how many hockey games your sons and I watched with you. One of my fondest memories is the shout "Go gett'em Stevie!"

 

 

Diane Puffpaff posted on 5/28/18

Wonderful childhood memories with you. RIP Mom Milks.

 

 

Sarah Edgell posted on 5/28/18

I am so saddened to hear of sweet Noel’s passing. The first time I met her she was immediately a friend, we jazzercised together for years. I am praying for you Jack and your family. Heaven has gained a sweet angel.

 

Mort Landsberg posted on 5/27/18

Ted: I now know where you learned to have the heart and caring of others came from. ♥️ I am certain you knew how blessed you have been for having your father in life with you. Carry on knowing he gave and taught you a lot. Blessings to you and your family

 

Patricia Mintz posted on 5/27/18

Jack , Our deepest condolences to you and your family . Jerry and Patricia Mintz

 

Bill and Audrey Fine posted on 5/26/18

We will forever be grateful for Don's advice and emotional support he gave us throughout the many years of friendship that we shared. He will be missed!

 

Laurie L Healey-Starr posted on 5/26/18

Don could make me laugh till I almost cried!!!!!

 

Laurie L Healey-Starr posted on 5/26/18

He and I had some good laughs!!!!!! Wish I could have met him earlier...then, I could have had more great memories of him. Rest in Peace my friend!!!

 

Steve Breckheimer posted on 5/26/18

In his ten years on the Hendersonville Community Co-op Board of Directors, Ron was an integral part of Board and a mentor to many new directors. Condolences and best wishes to Linnea and all of Ron's family..

 

 

Deanna Milks posted on 5/25/18

Maryann, I will miss your company and our talks in the summer! I am so grateful to have met you and was able to be a part of your life.

 

Jeanette & Bill Avery posted on 5/25/18

May you Rest In Peace....You will be missed, by family and friends. May God comfort your family.

 

Phil and Karen Farmer posted on 5/25/18

Big Al...wonderful sweet caring man who always answered his phone with, "Hello, you alright?" Just a small sign of how he put others first. Blessings to all his wonderful family. Lynn, Bernice, Doug, the girls, Melissa, Kathy, and the rest in Minnesota and England. He did make the world a better place.

 

Sharon Park posted on 5/23/18

Cricket and family I send my sympathy. She always stopped and talked for awhile. She will be dearly missed.

 

Debbie Anders posted on 5/22/18

Cricket, I am sorry for your loss. I just saw this today. I saw Miriam and talked to her just a few weeks ago. She will be missed. You are in my prayers.

 

Linda Capps posted on 5/22/18

Cricket and Michael I just now found out about your mom. I'm so sorry she was something else I can remember many stories. I'll miss her coming into Sam's she always stopped and spiked to me. My prayers are with you all. Hugs and love.

 

Mark and Cindy posted on 5/22/18

Praying for this family at this time of the loss of a Husband, Father and Grandfather! This is a special family and loved this man very much! I know he was a fighter with this on going battle and will be missed by his family and friends very much! RIP and one day we will meet again.

 

Sarah & Richard Gubbins posted on 5/22/18

Al a truly lovely gentleman and one we have been proud to have known. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this time.

 

Lowell Nielsen posted on 5/22/18

Al and I enlisted in the U.S.A.F. in the middle 50's from our home state of MN. We met later during our tour in Ramstein AFB in the middle 60's as young Staff Sgts assigned to the 526th flying Sq. Workload Control. I retired after 20 years and Al put in another 10 years or so. Somehow we reconnected during the 2000's and started to communicate through Christmas cards and later on Facebook. My Condolences to his family. Fly high Al, fly high!

 

Mike and Vicki Borchardt posted on 5/22/18

"Big Al" indeed! Polite, curious, gentle person who could fill a room with his presence. Our sincerest condolences go to you Lyn, Bernice, Melissa, Doug, Kathy and girls. Peace and strength. Love Mike and Vicki.

 

Denise posted on 5/21/18

Dear Family, please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May you think of the many beautiful memories that Barbara, left to cherish. May the God of all comfort caress your hearts with his loving promise to reunite you together again in the future Paradise when he will bring an end to sickness, pain and even death. (Revelation 21:4, 5) We will keep you in our prayers. (Acts 24:15) God knows the many tears that you cry.

 

Pat Sams posted on 5/21/18

So sorry... just saw this and it hurt my heart. Relay was always a time for us to catch up and she always made me laugh. Will miss you dear lady.

 

 

Margie and Gene Mcminn posted on 5/18/18

I really enjoyed seeing her at the store. I am so sorry for your loss. May God Bless You all and help you through this difficult time. So sorry for your loss she was a sweet lady.

 

 

Lance’s posted on 5/17/18

Mary Jane and Family, We are so sorry to hear of your father’s passing. May God bless you all during this difficult time. Chris and Lynn Garren Lance

 

KIM MARTIN posted on 5/17/18

Cathy was so sweet and kind. Truely a reflection of the Joy of Christ. My love and prayers are with you all.

 

Lisa Robinson Hill posted on 5/17/18

We are sorry to hear about Miriam. She was a sweet person,always made me smile. When I worked with her years ago at Bonworth, she always had stories to tell me about my daddy. (David Robinson) Momma and daddy send their love and prayers. They are sorry they are out of town and won't be home for her funeral. We will be praying for you all. May God wrap His loving arms around each of you and give you peace. We love you all. David, Una Mae, & Lisa Robinson

 

Dawn posted on 5/17/18

My prayers are with you and your families, John and Stephen. Aunt Bobby was a wonderful women. Love you guys and you will be in my thoughts.

 

[email protected] posted on 5/17/18

John and Ketrena I’m so sorry to hear of your loss . My love and prayers . Patricia Mintz

 

Victor Corn posted on 5/16/18

Such a sweet, Christian lady. I knew her all my life; grew up in the same community. She sure loved her family. She's now with her Heavenly Father, rejoicing around the throne eternal. RIP, sweet lady. My prayers for all of you during this time.

 

Dee Collins posted on 5/16/18

I met Bobbi at Dollar Tree and then Sam's Club. She was such a sweet and happy person. I could go in either store and be in a not so good mood and come out happy. She will be missed. Our loss here on Earth but Heaven's gain, She was an angel here but God was ready for her. May God comfort her family during this difficult time. Prayers.

 

Selina Edney posted on 5/16/18

My deep condolences to the family. Bobby was an amazing lady and will be missed by many. Her deep, deep love for her family was obvious and inspiring. May God give peace and comfort to her family.

 

Ronnie Barnett posted on 5/16/18

Bobby was a real trooper and a real sweetheart. I worked briefly at Sam's Club and got to know her and be friends. She was always ready to help when she could. Rest in peace, dear friend. May the Lord give comfort to your family that only He can provide.

 

Linda McKee posted on 5/15/18

I am really heart broken that sweet Bobby is gone. But I also know that Bobby was a wonderful, loving and devoted Christian. I loved Bobby like a sister. Bobby loved everyone but she loved her children John and Stephen with the purest love in the world. The love of a mother. And her love for her daughter in laws and her beautiful grandchildren was a love that completed her life. And words can not express the love Bobby had for her father and mother. I love you Barbara Saunders Davis. You and I made some great memories and I was truly blessed to have you in my life. You are with the Almighty Father now.

 

Linda Capps posted on 5/15/18

Loved Ms. BOBBY WORKED WITH HER AT SAM'S CLUB WAS A EXTREMELY HARD WORKER WILL MISS HER POSTING ABOUT HER FAMILY AND GRANDBABIES ONE THING FOR SURE BOBBY LOVED HER FAMILY. I KNOW THAT SHE WILL BE TREMENDOUSLY MISSED PRAYER TO ALL OF YOU

 

Mike and Laura Roper posted on 5/14/18

Tom was a friend that I had known and looked up to for many, many years. To say golf was a passion to him is an understatement. For as long as I can remember I would follow him in the HCC club championships. His family was very dear to him and made him very proud. He will be deeply missed! Our thoughts and prayers go to the entire family.

 

Captain Gene Hamilton Carswell posted on 5/14/18

See you on the Tee!

 

 

Captain Gene Hamilton Carswell posted on 5/14/18

His passing leaves a hole in this world that will never be filled. His faith was incredible, his persistence immeasurable, his devotion and his talent were undeniable. Such an incredible individual. Jan, I will miss him as I'm sure his whole family will. He set the standard more so than any individual that I've known in my entire life. May God bless him and the entire family. He simply was the embodiment of character! I cherish the moments in life spent with Tom whether traveling to tournaments or playing with him daily at HCC..

 

Jerald Wright posted on 5/14/18

Tom was a friend, my boss, a co-worker, and a mentor. Much of who I am today can be attributed to Tom. As a friend, we talked about his views. From politics to golf, we shared it all. He would accept the odd challenge of proving he could stand flat-footed next to a table and jump up and land on top of it. Everyone was surprised at this remarkable feat. He listened to my ideas and gave me his candid thoughts. Every day at lunch we went for a walk, checked out the area and ended up listening to Paul Harvey on the radio. The more I worked with Tom, the more I realized how smart he really was. Although I have not seen him in years, he has always remained in my thoughts. I was proud to have known him and honored he was part of my life.

 

Bill Stokes posted on 5/13/18

Jan and family .You are in my thoughts and prayers and although I will be unable to attend the service tomorrow you will be on my mind .So sorry for your loss.

 

The Rivers Family posted on 5/11/18

Our deepest sympathy to the family. When someone we love dies it causes Pain and sorrow. Though we personally have never seen anyone raised from the dead, we have certain Scriptures that assure us of the resurrection. Jesus said: “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29). We can also, comforted by the hope expressed by the upright man Job: He will call; The dead will answer (Job 14:13-15). To know that there is a better future awaiting those we have lost in death, where the issues, such as sickness and death that plague us today, will be things of the past is comforting. I hope these scriptures give you strength to endure the difficult days ahead.

 

Barbara Machin posted on 5/10/18

Mr. Hadley leaves a legacy of being the Biblical Head of the Household, a wonderful provider and a loving Husband and Father. My prayers are with each of you.

 

Herb Young posted on 5/10/18

Very, very sorry for your loss. Herb Young & Family

 

Elizabeth Renauer posted on 5/10/18

My deepest condolences

 

Dorie Arnot posted on 5/9/18

MY heart goes out to all the Hadley family, especially, my dear friend, Kathy!!! Cherish all the wonderful memories you all have shared! You all have been and will continue to be in my Thoughts & Prayers. God bless. MY Love & Prayers,

 

 

Lisa and Cheyenne Bishop posted on 5/8/18

We miss you so much Jena. Til I see you again Big Sister. I love you.

 

Boyd Tebben posted on 5/8/18

I will miss Johnny as much as any person I have met in my lifetime. We never lost touch with each other for the fifty years spanning our friendship.

 

Xanthia Pearl posted on 5/7/18

My heart breaks for you. Iam so very sorry for your devastating loss. The best comfort I can offer is from our Heavenly Father. He promises that He will bring our loved ones back to life. (John 5:28,29). Very soon He will intervene and restore the Earth to paradise conditions, (Isaiah 11:6-9) where, among many other magnificent blessings for righteous humankind, He will do away with sickness, death and sorrow permanently. (Isaiah 33:24) (Rev 21:4) Never again will humans shed tears from losing a loved one; instead there will be tears from the pure joy and ecstasy experienced when welcoming back lost loved ones. (Mark 5:41,42) These promises were written to help us endure by giving us hope. I truly wish you peace.

 

Joyce Mason posted on 5/6/18

My prayers and thoughts will be with Bea's family. She could not have been more loved during her time in Hendersonville, NC.

 

Kenneth and Brenda Rumple posted on 5/6/18

We are so sorry to hear of Larry's passing.

 

Lisa Bishop posted on 5/6/18

Jena I love and miss you more than anyone knows. Your were a good big sister and mother. It is sad and quiet around our home. Until we are together again fly high big sister.

 

CGG Trinidad posted on 5/5/18

Sending our condolences to the whole family. May the beautiful memories and the legacy of love and compassion that she has left to you all, bring comfort and strength as you walk on this leg of the journey without her. Our prayers and thoughts are with you! From the CGG congregation in Trinidad (in the Caribbean).

 

 

Wendy Drake posted on 5/3/18

Jay was an awesome person, looked forward to our Sunday morning chats. prayers to Sharon and the family

 

Alma Sumler posted on 5/2/18

I was sorry to read about your loss. I hope you will find some comfort in these bible scriptures at Acts 24:15 and John 5:28-29 that gives us hope of seeing them again in the coming resurrection. We find in Isaiah 25:8 that,says God will swallow up death forever. With Deep Sympathy.

 

Alma Sumler posted on 5/2/18

I was sorry to read about the loss of your dear loved one. The scriptures at Acts chapter 24:15 and John 5:28-29 gives us hope of seeing them again in the coming resurrection. Isaiah 25:8 says, God will swallow up death forever. I hope you will find some comfort in these scriptures. With Deep Sympathy.

 

Susan and Bill Copland posted on 5/2/18

Mark and family. We send condolences on the loss of your father. He will be forever in your thoughts. Take care of yourself and your family. Susan and Bill

 

Rosa Lewis posted on 5/2/18

Sharon and family, I am so sad to hear of Jay's passing. He was a special man and made volunteering so much fun. He will be missed! Just know, he is a much better place and is not suffering now and we will see him again. Love and Prayers, Rosa

 

Shawn posted on 5/2/18

What a wonderful, and touching tribute to such a loving man. His smile and positive outlook will be greatly missed. Love and prayers to all of you. I am blessed to have known him.

 

Leslie and Bill Ettwein posted on 5/1/18

Johnny was a kind hearted, gentleman who loved his family and friends. It didn’t matter how well Johnny knew you, if you needed something, he would find a way to help. One summer our lawn mower stopped working and to get it repaired would take too much money. At that time, we did not have the money to replace it anytime soon. Johnny heard about our problem from his daughter Cindy and he sprung into action. One day, quite unexpectedly, Johnny pulls into our driveway and leaves a mower. He downplayed his kindness and said, “it’s just a used mower that I’ve been tinkering around with and since I have one already, I thought you should have this one.” That’s the kind of man he was, such a thoughtful man; whose kindness, sincerity and gentle spirit will never be forgotten.

 

Mark Robertson posted on 4/30/18

Mark, Michelle, and Madeline wish to express our sincerest condolences to Mark, Rosemary, Luke, and the entire Keenan family.

 

David and Cheryl Kloser posted on 4/29/18

Thinking of you and your family during this sad time.

 

Jim and Emily Smoke posted on 4/29/18

Johnny was the first neighbor we met when we moved here in 1981. Him and Lorene always made us feel very welcome. Out thoughts are with all of you in the family. Blessing to you all.

 

Sharon Showalter posted on 4/29/18

My deepest sympathy for your loss. I have many fond memories of all of you while on Elmore St. I am still there. Sharon Showalter

 

Anthony and Martha DeLuca posted on 4/29/18

Our condolences to Mark, Rosemary and Luke and the whole Keenan Family. Godspeed Mr. Keenan.

 

Ret. F/Sgt. M.L. Brock NCSHP posted on 4/29/18

Johnny and I worked together for many years for the NCSHP. He was always a pleasure to be around. He enjoyed a good laugh and was always teasing and kidding with everyone. I hope his family will be comforted with all the good memories they have. Johnny loved to meet and talk with everyone and would do anything he could to help everyone. He will be missed by all who knew him.

 

D'Andre Hall posted on 4/29/18

May Jehovah the God of all comfort, comfort your family during this time of grief and sorrow. Death is something that effects us all, but the Bible does provide comfort and hope at this time.-1 Corinthians 15:20-22 also John 5:28,29. I will pray for your family. Sorry for your loss. Please visit www.jw.org for more comfort and healing.

 

Jim Yerkes posted on 4/28/18

Johnny was the other grandfather of our granddaughter Kyleigh Sage. He had a lot of friends and was very likable. He will be missed. Our prayers are with his entire family during this difficult time.

 

 

Larry & Starlene Garrison posted on 4/28/18

Being neighbors with Johnny and Lorene for so many years, we became good friends as well. Johnny was always there with a helpful hand when needed, and was always ready to lend an ear when gardening advice was needed. God bless him as he marks the path for us that we must all take, and praise be to God that we will all meet again. I pray for comfort and strength for Lorene and family as they mourn the loss of one so loved.

 

mike ford posted on 4/28/18

What a wonderful lady, full of life, love and compassion. She was a straight shooter, for sure, but always in love!

 

Jane Kramer posted on 4/28/18

Dear Lorene and Family, Johnny was a wonderful person and never had an unkind word to say about anyone. What a blessing it was to us to call him our friend. We will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, George and Jane Kramer.

 

ALFRED H HENSELL posted on 4/27/18

May the Lord gives you strength to know that your work is done and for your love one in the blinking of an eye for here she will be alive with the first fruits

 

Elly Ikholi posted on 4/27/18

Am very sorry for the loss. May God comfort the family, give them energies to survive through the entire mourning time. Furthermore, may HE rest her soul in eternal peace

 

 

Russell Croom posted on 4/26/18

Russell and Karen Croom

 

Jerry McCall posted on 4/26/18

I remember your MOM from years ago She's at peace now Sorry to hear about her passing

 

Jean, Karen and Karl Bradley posted on 4/26/18

Very sorry for your loss. A compasionate, Godly lady who will be missed. Thoughts and prayers for the family.

 

Marie posted on 4/25/18

I’m so sorry for your loss. No one knows the depth of your loss except God. During this time he really wants to help. One way he does is through the promises he has made in the scriptures. In the Bible at 2 Corinthians 4:7 God promises to give, “… power beyond what is normal,” to go from one day to the next. When Jesus was on earth he saw the grief that his friends Martha and Mary experienced at the death of their brother, Lazarus. His heart was pained by their great sadness that he broke down and cried (John 11:35). Their pain moved him to resurrect Lazarus. Everyone was so joyful at having Lazarus back with them. This example is to hopefully give you assurance that he will also resurrect your Mother. Jesus talked about this hope in John 5:28, “… all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out.” The resurrection hope acts as an anchor. Just like an anchor stabilizes a ship, this hope can stabilizes you and keep you from drowning in overwhelming sadness so you can have the power to go on. When God brings the reality of his promised resurrection of your Mom, he will turn all your tears of pain into tears of joy.

 

Sabrina Jones posted on 4/25/18

I'm truly sorry for the loss my prayers are with the family. I remember when first started working with Joe at the DG. Miss you Joe.

 

gc posted on 4/21/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time and the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Verla M. Erb posted on 4/20/18

Doris I was so sad to hear of Larrys passing. I want you to know how much we did appreciate all Larry and you did for me at our cabin. I don't have your phone number but would like to see you when I come up next month. God bless you and be with you all.

 

Jim and Sonja Robinson posted on 4/20/18

So sorry for your loss. He is with the Lord now. Keep your faith, we are praying for the whole family.

 

Ansel Pace posted on 4/19/18

To. Brother Larry's family: I was saddened to hear about Larry's passing. He will be missed very much in his family and church. I remember the great times we all worshipped together at Fellowship Church many years ago. Gail and I all of you and are praying for you during this time of mourning.

 

christine smtih posted on 4/18/18

Please accept our condolences. It is our hope that you continue to receive comfort and peace from God. (2 Cor. 1: 3&4)

 

Willard L. Phillips posted on 4/13/18

So sadden to hear of my former classmate's death. May GOD comfort & keep the entire Family during this time.

 

Denise Dunlap posted on 4/13/18

Patty & family, I am so sorry to hear of Jody's passing. Nothing but happy memories of him. May God's Peace surround all of you during this difficult time. Keeping all of you in my prayers.

 

A Friend posted on 4/11/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Saying a prayer for your family.

 

John & Marion Hamelrath posted on 4/11/18

Just a few additional details that you may, or may not know. Ed was an altar boy for two or three years at his grade school, Assumption Grotto. He also played football for their very good team. He had a large paper route, a formidable undertaking in the Michigan climate. Ed was a green belt in judo. During adolescence, he played tenor saxophone in a rock & roll band that was actually pretty good. They sometimes practiced playing in our basement on Hazelridge, and drew in quite a crowd of the neighborhood kids. Right after graduation from De LaSalle, a private Jesuit high school, Ed enlisted in the Navy. He was a sonar man and helped track Russian submarines during the Cuban missile crisis. The Navy took him to many places throughout the world, including the Pacific Northwest. Shortly after they were married, I visited Ed & Jean in East Weymouth for a few weeks in the summer of 1966. In 1971 Ed was my Best Man when Marion and I were married. He often joked that Marion married the wrong brother. He will be missed and not forgotten. Best to all! - John & Marion

 

Bill Solitario posted on 4/10/18

I have nothing but positive memories about working with Ed. He was " an upper" and was fun to work with. The last paragraph of his obituary is perfect... ..

 

Tom Brown posted on 4/9/18

JOE AND I STARTED OUR CAREERS AT AFD THE SAME YEAR AND BOTH RETIRED THE SAME YEAR. JOE WAS A GOOD MAN AND I WAS SAD TO HEAR OF HIS PASSING. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO JOE'S FAMILY. HE WILL BE SORELY MISSED.

 

Anthony & Kim Burris posted on 4/9/18

We are heartbroken to hear this. Joe was a great guy & good friend who we think very highly of. May the lord comfort you all.

 

T. Dann posted on 4/9/18

I was searching for someone else’s obituary and came across your baby girl’s. I am truly sorry for your devastating loss...Remember the account of Jairus in Mark Chapter 5 of the Bible? His daughter was ill and fell asleep in death.(Mark 5:39) Remember what Jesus did? He brought her back to life (Mark 5:41,42) He promises to do that again in the near future. (Revelation 21:4). Prayers with you all, a friend

 

retired frank tigar posted on 4/9/18

he drove my fire truck when I was a capt with the Asheville fire dept he alwayd did a good job hope he rip

 

George Simmerman posted on 4/9/18

Ed's personality was contagious, and he provided much help to Ingalls and the Navy. He was a man of many talents and was an outstanding artist, engineer, fact-finder and friend. Several of us spoke with him two or three times a year when he called. He loved his family and was always proud of them. Ed is missed and we are thankful for the many good memories of our time with him.

 

Gary Fullam posted on 4/9/18

We were all so shocked and saddened to hear about Jody.We are praying for you, Patty and forr the whole family.

 

Gary Fullam posted on 4/9/18

So shocked and saddened to hear about Jody. We are praying and thinking about you , Pattty and the whole family.

 

Debbie Moore posted on 4/9/18

Patty & family, Curt & I are so sorry to hear about Joe. Our prayers are with each of you. We love you all. Love, Curt & Debbie Moore

 

Angela Busch posted on 4/8/18

I was saddened to hear about Jody's passing and wanted to let the family know my thoughts and prayers are with all of you; especially Patty. Love, Angie

 

RO Hayden posted on 4/8/18

Jessica..I just heard. My heart and prayers r with you and your little boy.

 

 

Robert G. "Mr Bob" Smith posted on 4/8/18

He had intricate knowledge of Ingall's history because of His long relationship with Ingall's Legal Department. I worked with Him in the renovation/installation of the new Ingall's Law Library.

 

Herb Roberson posted on 4/8/18

One of the best guys I ever worked with at AFD. He will be missed. May God comfort all the family in their time of sorrow.

 

Paul Gergen posted on 4/8/18

Ed worked at Ingalls Shipbuilding from the beginning of the expansion of the West Bank. Ed worked on a variety of ships, protocols, procedures and legal issues. Ed had the rare capacity that most in management could only dream of - he made money for the company and also saved money. I worked with Ed on many projects as we saved millions of dollars, my most cherished memory was a description Ed signed noting me as "The finest investigator I know Sincerely Edward C. Hammelwrath Jr March 19, 2001", Ed was much greater than I.

 

J Smith posted on 4/8/18

My sincere condolences to the Heafner family. My family and I 's thoughts and prayers are with y'all during these difficult times.

 

Marty Richardson posted on 4/8/18

We were so very sorry to hear of Jody’s (as Keith called him) passing. There are so many good memories of their years in Asheville together, and he was like a brother to Keith. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. Love, Keith and Marty

 

Kendal Juhl posted on 4/8/18

Sweet Audrey, I will miss your sweet smile, laugh and silliness in our class more than you know. Thinking back on our times together as a class, I can't help but smile... all the precious memories I have of you smiling, laughing or asking us questions so that you were prepared for what was coming next in our day brings me joy. When we met you, Mrs. Socha turned and said to me "I don't think this little one has had a bad day in her life" because joy and happiness literally radiated from your sweet smile and laugh. The way you talked about how much you love your family is something I will never ever forget ...you had so much love in your heart. Audrey, you have taught me what it means and looks like to have continuous joy. I am so sad that I won't see you running and playing again on this earth, but I have peace in knowing that we will see you again someday. You always had so many sweet and silly questions, and knowing you are with the One who has all of the answers, gives me peace. Rest in the arms of Jesus sweet girl. It is the best place to be. Knowing that's where you are gives me comfort even in the midst of this pain. Your sweet life and light continue to shine here on earth in the sweet memories we have of you. Thank you for brightening our lives with your smile

 

Mr. & Mrs. John Sellers & Family. posted on 4/7/18

Our thoughts & prayers are with you during this time. May Our God Give You Comfort.

 

Tamara posted on 4/7/18

I did not know you guys personally but we do have common friends and Associates my heart goes out to your family what a beautiful little girl I hope this time God will everybody that new little girl strong and faithful condolences goes to your entire family and friends God bless you all

 

 

Debbie Wong Chong posted on 4/6/18

Prayers for you and your family .

 

Christy lindsey posted on 4/6/18

Audrey was a sweet little girl . she loved playing with angel and jase and they loved playing with. We are so saddened to hear about her passing. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Regenna L. Sellers posted on 4/6/18

A wee bit of heaven drifted from above. A handful of happiness, a heart full of Love, You have your Angel Wings Now So Soar Like Forever..You're the end of my rainbow, my pot of gold. You're Daddy's little girl, to have and hold. A precious gem is what you are. You're Mommy's bright and shining star. You're the spirit of Christmas, my star on the tree. You're the Easter Bunny to Mommy and me.You're sugar, you're spice, You're everything nice,And you're Daddy's little girl. My Thoughts & Prayers Are With You & Your Family.

 

 

Lois Shumaker posted on 4/6/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I pray God will give you comfort and peace.

 

Maxine Staton posted on 4/6/18

So sorry about Paul. Sorry I didn't know. Prayer's.

 

Sherrie Johnson posted on 4/6/18

Audrey was such a precious child with a heart of gold! Her beautiful smile and bubbly personality shone brightly each and everyday. I feel so lucky that I got to teach and guide her everyday in Kindergarten. She would get so proud when she mastered a new skill. She would show that great big, beautiful smile and big blue eyes. Such a precious soul. RIP little Angel!!! I pray for strength and comfort for her mama, daddy, James, family and friends. Audrey touched so many lives and will be missed. God Bless her soul!!!

 

 

Kimberly Barton posted on 4/6/18

Prayers

 

Ryan & Karen White posted on 4/5/18

Audrey was a sweet little girl. We loved her with all our heart. She was Ryan's little princess and he loved giving her pecan twirls. You will be so very missed sweet Audrey.

 

 

Richard & Tammy Johnson posted on 4/5/18

Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear.

 

Melissa Shugart posted on 4/5/18

Audrey, was always such a sweetheart. She was such a curious little one , always with a smile on her cute face. She will be missed . Luv ya little one

 

Margaret Whittle Hice posted on 4/5/18

May the memories you helped create comfort your loved ones.

 

Sabrina McHone posted on 4/5/18

She was such a sweetheart coming into the Gondolier Restaurant :) Always with a precious smile. I am so sorry for your loss :( I'm heartbroken for the family. I will be working on Saturday and Sunday and will not be able to attend services, but I will continue praying for all.

 

Shelby Suggs posted on 4/5/18

I remember when I first walked into the hospital and seen you in your mamas' arms. You touched so many lives sweet girl. We love and miss you Audrey.

 

Sabrina McHone posted on 4/5/18

She was a Cutie, coming into the Gondolier Restaurant . Always with a precious smile.

 

Patrisia Magallon posted on 4/5/18

Please accept our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. May God give your family strength to endure the pain you are going through. “The day is near when all who have fallen asleep will be awaken”-John 5:28,29

 

Lizz posted on 4/4/18

I'm sorry for your loss. During this sorrowful transition and until you see your beloved again, may you find a measure of comfort in the Lord's promise found at John 5:28,29

 

Kai Goto posted on 4/4/18

Amy and I are still in shock over Bill’s passing. We always think we have more time. I consider myself a cousin to Bill and spent many a fine Summer vacation in Ohio with all our cousins back when we were whippersnappers. I feel glad that we began getting back together for Autumn reunions at Tommy’s in Scio , Ohio which is the last time I got to share memories and belly laughs with Bill. He was a lot like his dad from looks to sense of humor although Jane could hold her own in the funny bone category too. I will remember Bill fondly and offer our heartfelt condolences to his loved ones particularly Angala and Zach.

 

 

Pamela Lindahl (niece) posted on 4/3/18

Dear Uncle Ed, I loved hearing your stories and your laughter. You will be missed, but I’m sure Aunt Jean will be happy to see you.

 

Dorothy Halliday posted on 4/3/18

I will miss my little brother "Sandy." That was his nickname growing up. The two of us were buddies...we drove our mother crazy. The infamous "Dart Game Gun" went like this: when we were about six for Ed and eight for me, we came down with the chicken pox together, as usual. What one had the other wanted. She put us in our parent's bed, cleaned the house and dressed up, because in those days, the doctor came to the house. Well, we were not about to take "being good" and be quiet and polite so as our mother agonized over the doctor judging her by the house and cleanliness and how she took care of he two darling children, we proceeded to shoot a rubber dart gun up to the ceiling created general chaos in her Immaculate bedroom. We have never forgotten that escapade. Monday's will not be the same anymore, that was the evening we usually caught up on the current happenings of that week. I will truly miss my brother...we shared our childhood together and it extended to our "Big Peoples" life. Wait for me, Ed, then you can be "The Big Brother" and be in charge of showing me around. you will be missed.

 

 

Tim Spiriti posted on 4/3/18

Ed was a great shooting companion. I enjoyed our range time together. R.I.P old friend!

 

 

Shawn Keener posted on 4/2/18

[email protected] Peace my Brother.

 

Bill Henry posted on 4/2/18

Was with great surprise and sadness to hear of Bill's passing. Although I hadn't seen him in years, I always asked Tom how he and his family were. I remember his Chevelle as being a source of great joy. My sympathies to the family .

 

Gayle Whittle posted on 4/1/18

MY beloved brother. It doesn't seem real that you are gone. My heart is breaking for your loss and

 

Gayle Whittle posted on 4/1/18

My beloved brother, I can't believe that you are no longer with us. My heart is breaking for your loss and for your incredible wife, Tina. I will forever miss you. Your friend, your sister, Gayle Whittle

 

Diane Kilpatrick posted on 4/1/18

So very sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family, may God comfort all of you.

 

 

Connie Jenkins posted on 4/1/18

Praying for the family.

 

Richard and Dorothy Marlowe posted on 3/31/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Bill will be missed.

 

Joyce buckner ogles posted on 3/31/18

The kind man delivered oxygen to my parents! He was a blessing then and now a guardian angel to many...

 

 

Tina posted on 3/31/18

To My Dear Husband. I Love You!

 

J. Moore/Volunteer posted on 3/30/18

To the Family of Debra Jones, So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Debra. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved, Debra. (John 11:41-44)

 

Linda and Joe Brittain posted on 3/30/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Bill was a great man and he will be missed.

 

 

Beth posted on 3/29/18

Peace

 

C. Belvey posted on 3/29/18

So sorry for the loss of Mr Cushing. May the peace of God be with you at this sad time. ( John 5:28,29)

 

Marie Stinnett posted on 3/28/18

Bill was such a great guy and will be missed. I enjoyed the years I worked with him. Condolences to his children and family

 

Joe posted on 3/28/18

I had a brief chance to visit with Hank in his last week at another SNF. He cared for Margaret deeply and relied on her strength for his own. I wish I had known his wonderful history that we might have visited more about his tremendous experiences and add some supportive comfort.

 

Caren Hutchinson posted on 3/27/18

So sorry for your loss. Bill was a gentle man with a quick smile. Never once lost his patience when I asked a question... and there were lots of questions. Work will not be the same without him. He will be missed by all he worked with, as well as by the patients he cared for

 

Shirley H. Coren posted on 3/27/18

Zach, I am so sorry for your loss. Though I never got to meet him, others have talked about how nice he was and always had a smile on his face. He was loved and well thought of.Praying that God will comfort you and your family through your grief.

 

Dianne Van Blarcum posted on 3/27/18

Angela, I am so sorry bfor your sudden loss of your dad. Praying for you and your family during this time.

 

Karen Rohler posted on 3/27/18

I am so sorry for the loss of you father. Your dad was a big part of our family and he truly was the nicest man with a huge heart! He was the best at playing trivial pursuit and his humor was one of a kind. I will always remember his smile and how much he loved his family❤️ May God comfort you with all the memories you have had together and can share with your children and in time those memories will help to heal your broken hearts . Love you all, aunt kaykay

 

Sue and Jack LeGrand posted on 3/27/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of loss.

 

Amanda Pace posted on 3/27/18

Please accept my deepest condolences for your family's loss. My prayers are with you and may you all find peace and comfort in your heart during this difficult time.

 

John and Tammy Mattioli posted on 3/27/18

Your family is in our thought and prayers. May God bless Paul and all of his loved ones!!

 

Phyllis Lytle posted on 3/26/18

My thoughts and prayers are with the family in this time of your loss. Sincere sympathy to each of you.

 

Alva Cochran posted on 3/26/18

So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and. Prayers with the family.

 

Alva Cochran posted on 3/26/18

Alva Cochran

 

 

Sharon Kirk posted on 3/23/18

so sorry for your loss he was a nice man he will be greatly missed by all that knew him.

 

 

Julia Marie Warfield Wittig posted on 3/22/18

I am sorry for the death of Joanna Jenny Bemis who is my sister Betty Carol Warfield Bemis mother in law. I saw her last in Indianapolis many years ago. May she have a blesses time with the Lord who takes us when we die.

 

Pam Collins posted on 3/22/18

Traci and Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I just found out today. Betty and I became friends through work. I work for the Playhouse and she brought the residents over to see the shows. She was such a wonderful, sweet lady to all who knew her. I am just shocked with this news as I am sure you are as well. Thoughts and prayers for you all.

 

gc posted on 3/22/18

My sincere condolences to the family. may the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

gc posted on 3/22/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this very difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Cheryl’ Turner posted on 3/22/18

Remember Daryl as a hardworking family member.Prayers to family in this time of loss

 

Cheryl’ Turner posted on 3/22/18

Prayers for cherylfamily and friends .May God Bless you all in this painful loss

 

 

Jennifer Sullivan posted on 3/17/18

Another earthly Angel has joined the ranks of heaven...she will be missed dearly by those of us she left behind.

 

Dolon Peete posted on 3/16/18

My thoughts are with you and the family and how painful it is to lose a loved one. Please accept my deepest sympathy. May God's love and comfort be with you and the family. “For this is the will of my Father, that everyone that beholds the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life, and I will resurrect him at the last day.” John 6:40

 

 

Sandy Jackson posted on 3/15/18

I have never met anyone who had a bigger heart than Betty. She was a friend to all, always had the time to speak to or comfort you. I had the gift of being her office mate for 4 yrs. and did we ever have a great time! Her heart and soul will always remain in the hearts of us at Carolina Village. My thoughts and prayers to Traci, Bailey and Wyatt.

 

Gail Henderson Clemmons posted on 3/15/18

Jill and Heidi so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Your parents were such a blessing to me growing up. I have the fondest memories of you and your family. You are in my prayers. Gail

 

Jean Mooney posted on 3/14/18

What A wonderful teacher who tirelessly opened new doors for her students. Our class with her at East High was a haven from what could be a difficult world.She remembered everything about her students and genuinely cared.My prayers are with you, and thank you for such a precious person! In sympathy Jean Mooney

 

Rebekah posted on 3/14/18

Dear Hensley Family, I am so sorry to have read of your loss; please accept my sincere condolences. Something that I have personally found to be of great comfort are the thoughts expressed at John 5:28, 29 as well as Revelation 21:4. In these verses, we find a wonderful hope for the future of being reunited with our loved ones upon the earth the way it was originally intended--free from sickness suffering, and death. Knowing this has comforted me greatly and it is my sincere hope that these thoughts comfort your family as well. Again I am so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Mary Lewis-Connelly posted on 3/14/18

What a wonderful person Betty was... I remember fond memories of her when we were in high school...She will be missed...Prayers for you and family...

 

Dolon Peete posted on 3/14/18

So sorry for your lose. May you find comfort from your fond memories. The Bible gives us comfort when it assures us that soon all causes of suffering will end and mankind can enjoy life forever in perfect health. (Pslams 37:11,29; Revelation 21:3,4; John 17:3) We can even be reunited with our lost loved ones. (John 5:28,29) Please accept my sincere heartfelt condolences.

 

Charlotte Davis Mills posted on 3/13/18

Traci and family. From my mom Wilhelmina Mills, Sissy and Erikah we send our condolences to you. My mother was so sad to hear of Betty's passing. She loved your mom and they new each other for a very long time at The Village. Your sweet mothers memory will live on forever in our hearts and minds.

 

Desiree Derouen and Jerri Derouen posted on 3/12/18

Always good memories of Aunt Betty. She could always make you laugh.

 

Gary McCall posted on 3/12/18

We are so sad for your loss. Your mom was always nice to me and my brothers. She welcomed us to your home, encouraged us, and attended our wedding bringing you to be the flower girl. The promises of the Bible are true and important to remember. The hope and assurance of heaven and eternal life beyond give us some joy for the present days. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Sharon Smith posted on 3/12/18

Paul was my cousin and my mother loved him so much. I wish I had taken the time to get to know him better. RIP cousin you were Loved

 

Tina Gyorkos posted on 3/11/18

Traci and family. Sending prayers to all of you. I’m sorry for your loss.

 

 

Cheree posted on 3/11/18

Much love to you Tracey❤️

 

 

Kathryn Wright Martin posted on 3/11/18

I am one of those students who learned to love literature & drama under Mrs. Lappin & knew some of her missions as well. She was one of my very favorite teachers. While I know none of her family, I knew & admired her. May God grant you the peace only He can give as you mourn the loss of such a wonderful woman. My prayers are with you all.

 

Jeff and Kim Barnes posted on 3/10/18

Praying for the Holy Spirit to strengthen and comfort you all.

 

Jeff and Kim Barnes posted on 3/10/18

Praying for the Holy Spirit to comfort and strengthen you all.

 

Ellane Smyth posted on 3/10/18

Heidi, Jill and all the family, I am so sorry to hear about Mrs. Lappin's death. I pray for strength and comfort for all of you.

 

 

Amy Jo Sink posted on 3/10/18

Heidi and Nathan you and the family are in my thoughts and prayers. Heidi your Mother sounded like a very special woman who cared about people of all ages. I know you will miss her very much and pray God give you comfort and peace.

 

Pat Sams posted on 3/10/18

Traci and family, so sorry to see. Haven’t seen Betty in years; fond memories.

 

Jerry McCall posted on 3/10/18

Jill and Heidi Will remember you in my prayers. I live in Lake Mary, FL

 

Jerry McCall posted on 3/10/18

Sorry to hear about your lost. Julia and Dale were good friends of mind. She taught me English in 1964 at East Henderson High. Heidi and Jill will remember you in my prayers. I live in Lake Mary, FL

 

Lynn Nix Frisbee posted on 3/10/18

Mrs. Lappin was my English teacher my freshman year at East Henderson. She was the bearer of the little blue box that held 2,000 words we would learn that year. She had so many ideas to help us learn the words and I can still picture her sitting in a chair in front of us as she helped us. It truly is because of her that I know those 2,000 words! Years later, I talked with her and her husband at some event or another and she actually remembered me. She was as kind and gracious then as she was so many years before. She was a huge influence on many, many people and I am sure her legacy will last for many years to come. My prayers are with her family and I am so sorry for the loss of Mrs. Lappin.

 

 

Sandra Camp posted on 3/10/18

So sorry for your loss. Prayers of comfort.

 

Janice Ponder Guice posted on 3/9/18

Mrs. Lappin was so kind and so gentle whenever I visited in their home with my good friend Jill when we grew up together. I am so sorry for your family's loss. May you find great comfort in the memories of your mother! Praying for you!

 

Darlene McPeters posted on 3/9/18

Deepest Sympathy, Love, and Prayers

 

Cheryl Klima posted on 3/9/18

I am very sorry for your loss cousin Lorraine. I remember visiting you several years back and meeting Louis at your home. Thank you for the memory of that day. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

 

Joe & Linda Pinson posted on 3/8/18

So sorry to see this. He was a great person. Our condolences to Carol and family.

 

H.E. and Nellie Wilkie posted on 3/8/18

Praying for God's peace and comfort for all the family. Helen was such a sweet person who shared her love for Christ and let her light shine. She will be missed, and I am so thankful that Jesus made a way to see her again. "God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble." Psalm 46:1

 

Willard L. Phillips posted on 3/8/18

So sadden to hear of Helen's death. My thoughts & prayers are with the entire Family in the days ahead.

 

Liz O'Connor, Key West, FL posted on 3/8/18

So very sad to hear this news. I knew Louie from his time in Key West, and will always remember his talent, his smile and his kind heart. My deepest condolences to Carol and his family.

 

John and Carolyn Caldwell posted on 3/8/18

Susan and Family, May you find comfort in knowing God has Helen in His arms. I always enjoyed talking to her when she worked at the nursing home. Dad and Mom thought a lot of Helen and Earl. When the grief has lessened, and it will in time, take comfort in all of the wonderful memories you all have.

 

Ted and Diane Williams posted on 3/8/18

We are so sorry for the loss of your mom. May God comfort you all in the days ahead and give you peace. So thankful that Helen is with the Lord and we have the hope of seeing her again. Love and prayers.

 

Helene Shanley posted on 3/7/18

Such a warm and talented man. I'm happy to have known him professionally and personally. His love of art and music was deep and what a lively presence on stage. I will never forget his little harmonica he wore around his neck. His crafty tiles were one of a kind in design and spirit! Happiness was added to when lovely Carol entered his life. I'm glad you had precious years together. Perhaps his cries for "no chem trails" will be heard up there. Deepest condolences to you sweet Carol and the Hughes family.

 

Sharon Cupstid posted on 3/6/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Leslie sargent posted on 3/6/18

I miss you brother so much don't be burning up any hay barns up there

 

Pam B posted on 3/6/18

Carol: I am so very sorry for your loss of Louie. The few times I met him, he was such a joy to talk to. You and the entire family are in my thoughts and prayers. I love the picture of "Santa and his helper!"

 

Bill & Charlene Jackson posted on 3/5/18

I'm so sorry for your loss.....I remember Louie with fond memories. I hope you all cherish your memories. Your in my thoughts & prayers.

 

Betsy Wallace posted on 3/4/18

I will deeply miss "bantering" as he called it. What a talented man!! From art to music to entertaining kids..HE WAS GIFTED..

 

Amanda morgan posted on 3/4/18

Steven u came into my life at the darkest point on February 25 2002 and u left my life on February 25 2018 ....16 years wasnt long enough ...thank u for being an amazing man friend husband and father ...we will miss u forever ...save me a seat and kiss my momma for me

 

 

Lynn Ward posted on 3/4/18

So sorry Alan that you will not be here to help raise your beautiful first grandchild. So sorry you will not be here to meet your future grandchildren, I know you will have. Thank God we will all meet in heaven someday. Luv ya! ox

 

 

Brian and Gwyn Taylor posted on 3/3/18

We love you, Big Man. You were always a good father, a considerate friend and a faithful husband to our daughter, Brianna. We can't even express or fully comprehend the loss we feel at your passing at such a young age, and with so many family and friends to live for. I hope you knew how many lives you touched and how much you were loved. I vow to keep your memory alive for your family, to the best of my ability. Rest in peace, Big Man. We will all miss you.

 

Gwyn Taylor posted on 3/3/18

As I remember simple things over the years, I am reminded of so many things I had forgotten. I also want everyone to know that Alan was an organ donor. A generous and thoughtful gift from a considerate and thoughtful person.

 

Juanita & Fred Beddingfield, Jr posted on 3/3/18

Our deepest sympathy to the family. Carl was a lifelong friend from Tuxedo School and Flat Rock High and grew up with us on Green River. (Freddy)

 

Juanita & Fred Beddingfield, Jr posted on 3/3/18

Our deepest sympathy to the family. Carl was a lifelong friend. (Freddy)

 

The Rivers Family posted on 3/3/18

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family. No doubt this is a very difficult time for the family. The Bible speaks of death as an enemy that God’s kingdom will eliminate. Notice the wonderful promise for the future at 1 Cor.15:26“. And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” God will remove death permanently. You can also find comfort in Jesus words at John 5:28-29 “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” May these scriptures bring comfort and calmness of heart to you at this time..

 

 

Elaine Holder posted on 3/3/18

So sorry about Alan. He will be truly missed. I pray for strength for all of you.

 

 

Teresa posted on 3/3/18

Chewy i have known you for alot of years you were always so nice and friendly im sorry i didnt get to say good bye tell joey his wife says hi and misses him rest in piece my dear friend till we meet again

 

Jeanine Posey posted on 3/3/18

Alan had a wonderful heart. He will truly be missed by many. So sad to see him taken so soon. My prayers are with his family.

 

 

Tabby Alverson posted on 3/2/18

You Will Be missed...Rest in Peace My friend...

 

Lois Capps posted on 3/2/18

Ann, you and Bob were so wonderful to my mother, Teddy Frey and I will never forget that. My thoughts are with you. Lois Capps

 

Janice (Self) Turner posted on 3/2/18

God’s blessings of comfort and peace with each of you...love to alljtr

 

Jackie Rudisail posted on 3/2/18

David and I were good friends in elementary school. He was a great guy with a lot of talent. So sorry to hear he left us so soon. RIP, my friend.

 

Amber Micka posted on 3/1/18

My condolences to the family. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15

 

Rusty Breeding posted on 3/1/18

So sad to learn of your loss, Sheila. I've thought of you often since your growing up years on the Old CCC Road. With love, Rusty

 

 

Terry Self Swain posted on 3/1/18

Fond memories of " Uncle Bob "

 

Erica Dennis posted on 3/1/18

I love you Steven. You have been a great friend to me. I already miss being able to pick up my phone and call you just to say hey on a daily basis. I wish I could have cooked all those recipes you would find online and show me. Have fun in heaven buddy and put a good word in for me with the Big Guy. I’ll see you on the other side someday and I know you will be there to greet me. Love you Chewy

 

Wayne Hamilton posted on 3/1/18

Dave was my best friend at West, we had some great times together. I am at. A loss for words. My prayers for the family.

 

Geoff Fender posted on 3/1/18

I will miss knowing you are there, Uncle Bob. To Aunt Ann and all the Cheadles and Fenders I share in your sadness, but as you all well know this great man is now where he spent a lifetime of faith believing he would one day be. May we all have faith. Goodbye for now, Uncle Bob.

 

Herb and Connie Stanfield posted on 3/1/18

Connie and I had the privilege of working with David back in the 1990s for several years. We were always laughing at David's funny stories and impressed with his talents and skills but above all his kind gentleness. He always lightened everyone's load with his funny takes, low stress outlook and he contributed to solving so many problems with well thought out ideas and answers. David was one of the nicest people we have ever known and we look back on that period in our lives and know that David added so much to that great times we lived through. Thank you David. You were always such a wonderful part of everything.

 

Alice Connor Schuller posted on 3/1/18

I enjoyed knowing Carl when we both worked at J.P. Stevens Company

 

Alice Connor Schuller posted on 3/1/18

I enjoyed knowing Carl when we both worked at J.P. Stevens Company.

 

Lisa Greene posted on 2/28/18

John and Jo have been so kind to me and my family. Jo, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Crystal Shipman posted on 2/28/18

Israel price was a neighbor and friend of mine and my husband and daughter. He was the best person and friend I have ever had. I loved his biscotti and his pimento cheese was the best with the bread and butter pickle recipe he shared. My how I will miss him. We loved him very much. God bless his family. I know his at home with the lord. ❤️

 

Patrick Benton posted on 2/28/18

Faithful Christian, Patriot, good friend who will be missed.

 

 

Debbie and Ken Boyer posted on 2/28/18

David is my sweet niece Sheila's husband. I will always remember how David brought laughter to the family gatherings! He was a very smart and talented carpenter , and helped my brother build an awesome deck at his home! May God Bless you and keep you safe and warm in his loving arms, my sweet Sheila! Until we meet again David, May you rest in peace! <3

 

 

Debra Justus posted on 2/28/18

There are So many happy memories....there is not enough time...nor space to condense into a single memory...a lifetime of wonderful experiences laughter and stories that entertained as well as enlightened! I will miss my good friend very much...but smile with each memory I have and wish there could have been more

 

Calvert Hunt posted on 2/27/18

Rand - Just read about your father's passing. So sorry! He was a fine man and will be missed by all who knew him.

 

Roxanna Marie ward posted on 2/27/18

I love you and miss you so much uncle Steven

 

Tom Capps posted on 2/27/18

Judy and family, sorry for your lose. Carol, Kimberly, Ada Marie and I hold you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Matt Horton posted on 2/26/18

I will always remember her teaching me to paint.(well she tried not much talent/skill to work with) I always miss talking with her the new/different crafts and paintings she's starts. I'm so glad my daughters got to meet their great grandma. I will always miss you and love you.

 

Laura & Dan posted on 2/25/18

What a fun-loving,hard-working,kind person Bill was. We know he will be remembered dearly to all his family & friends. comfort and peace we send to all his family.

 

Mike "Chopps" Lawing posted on 2/25/18

So sad to learn of David's passing.... We had a lot of good times together, high school, deer hunting, the Hot Brandy & Omega Band days ! Murphy family, my prayers are with you all. Mike "Chopps" Lawing

 

 

Tonya posted on 2/25/18

David and I were friends in high school. He and my brother Leonard were Best friends. Leonard passwd away last year. Mayybe they are catching up on lost time! David has always held a special place in my heart and will continue to. I pray that God will bless all of you during this time.

 

 

Tyria Carlane Burns McCombs posted on 2/25/18

Sheila , My thoughts and prayers are with you always . Bear Man was a good one and in return he had a good one to share all these years with . I love you both . Still get tickled when I see that "one" dart on the board . LOL. May God comfort you in the days ahead .

 

Terry Joe and Joanne Olmstead posted on 2/24/18

Joey and I are so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you.

 

Mike clark posted on 2/24/18

Thanks uncle bill for all the memories

 

Katinka Adamsn posted on 2/23/18

Uncle Ralph, we are thinking of you and we know how terrible this loss must be for you especially, after over 50 years. Sending you sympathy and much love.

 

Beth Roach posted on 2/22/18

Donna and family, Our sincerest can Dolan’s’s are with you at this time. We pray for strength and healing for all of your family.

 

Beth Roach posted on 2/22/18

Donna and family, our sincere sympathies are with you at this time. We pray for peace and strength for the entire family.

 

Carolyn Angel posted on 2/22/18

Willie, thoughts and prayers with you and the family.

 

shobits posted on 2/22/18

From Rick Mullings I am writing you both to tell you how sorry I am to hear of Uncle Lyndell's passing. I also want to share what has always been in my heart about our family. Christmas before last, my granddaughters Josie, Frankie, Ricki were in the backyard fusing about whose turn it was on a swing I had hung for them. It aggravated me to hear them acting hateful toward each other. So I told them how great my cousins were and how I always wanted to see them. Then I told them about arriving at the cabin in the middle of a snow storm one Christmas. When we arrived Nana had a horse hitched to a Sleigh. It even had Jingle Bells on it. She was ready to give all of us a ride. Josie's eyes widened and she said: Man she must have been the best grandma in the world. I didn't even have to think about that I just answered : Yes she was. When I look back at my life. The time our family was together at the cabin or the farm in Wichita are the happiest times of my childhood. Bim, Katie and I have always felt the same about that. When we gather at Mom and Dads one of us will tell a story about something that happened then. Which starts everyone sharing stories that were funny or important to us. Lyndell really stood out to me. I would see him get out of the car clean shaven, well groomed and in a suit. My impression was he must be the boss or the smartest man where he worked. Then within minutes of arriving he would emerge from the cabin in blue jeans a regular shirt and a 22 rifle or a fishing pole in his hands. He would head to the woods or the river then reappear with a stringer of fish or some squirrels. It seemed to me that the cabin turned him back into an Arkansas boy. He was always kind to me and would explain what he was doing when cleaning his game. He told me once that some people cook squirrel brains in there scrambled eggs. The attention he paid to me alone made him great in my eyes.

 

Kathleen Spratt Kraus posted on 2/22/18

Although I did not know Mr. Fulham personally, I'm sure he was a wonderful father. His children are kind, caring and hard-working. May your wonderful memories of him bring you comfort. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Karen Diana posted on 2/21/18

Donna, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Kathleen Carlton posted on 2/21/18

Donna, I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your dear mother. I am praying for you and your family. You have my deepest sympathies.

 

Karl Zimmerman posted on 2/21/18

We are so sorry to hear about your loss Donna. Terri, the boys and I have you, your dad and the rest of your family in our prayers. We wish you all peace in the days ahead. God Bless.

 

Tara Versluis posted on 2/21/18

Donna, You have been in my thoughts and I offer my sincerest condolences to you all. Donna, I didn’t get the chance to meet your wonderful mother. I know she must be proud of you for all your accomplishments in life and I believe she must’ve known and smiled at how amazingly successful you’ve become in Real Estate, just as she was. You and your family are continually in my thoughts during this difficult time.

 

Brenda and Arthur Whiteside posted on 2/21/18

Condolences to the Fullam family.

 

Ron Conrad posted on 2/21/18

Don was a great man of character who meant alot to the Conrad family. He left a wonderful legacy and I will always treasure the memories of our times spent with him and his family. I'm happy that he knew the Lord and lived his earthly life for Christ. Don is celebrating with the saints right now!! God bless the Fullam family!

 

Terri Zimmerman posted on 2/21/18

I'm so sorry for your loss! Donna - You, your dad, and the entire family are in my thoughts. I remember your mom loving to paint! That always brought a big smile to her face! Stay strong and know that you are not alone in this time of grief.

 

Joshua posted on 2/21/18

There are no words to describe the feeling of losing of a love one i'm sorry grandpa I couldn't be there and it happened so quickly but I do love you and would love to see you again soon with all the things going on with me and my living situation has not been easy but I will make it up there and I hope you're doing OK I love you

 

Katherine Adams posted on 2/21/18

Uncle Ralph, I'm so sorry for the loss of Pat. The shock of losing someone after over 50 years must be almost unbearable. We are thinking of you and sending lots of love.

 

Christine Allison Rogers posted on 2/21/18

Thoughts and prayers for the entire family. Mills River has lost another good man. Rest in Peace

 

Ms Allison posted on 2/21/18

Please except my condolence in the loss of your love one. May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him and bring him back again. John 5:28, 29 gives this assurance.

 

Gladys Wirtz & Gretchen W. Williams posted on 2/21/18

Dear Willie Faye & Family, We were so sorry to hear of Don's passing, but, rejoice with you that he no longer suffers and is with our Heavenly Father. May He continue to give you His grace and strength now, and in the days to come. Our love, Gladys and Gretchen

 

Elsie Conrad posted on 2/20/18

My deepest sympathy to Willie and your family in the loss of Don. He was a special guy and I will always have fond memories of the times we spent together with our families.

 

Pat Pope posted on 2/20/18

Dearest Willy Faye, Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.

 

Katy Hoyt posted on 2/20/18

My Uncle Lyndell ... Truly one of the sweetest, kindest men I ever known.... I have such fond memories of him and my Aunt Anita and my cousins Debby and Tammy.... we had such a wonderful childhood going to the cabin or getting together with the entire family at the apartment in Wichita.... I have always put a lot of stock in anything my Dad (Anitas brother Jimmy) had to say..... He has always spoke so highly of Lyndell and truly thought he was one of the greatest men ever..... we all did too.... He will be missed terribly... but what a truly loved and admired man he was... Love you guys......

 

Jimmy and Annetta Mullings posted on 2/20/18

Anita and Debby, What can we say? We know how much he will be missed. He has been a part of our family for so long. I admired and loved him and he was Jimmy's FIRST and LAST "best friend. " They met when Lyndell moved into your neighborhood or was visiting a family there when they were in the first grade. They became good friends than and stayed good friends all this time. Jimmy said they were the same size and liked the same things and never argued and when they wrestled neither one of them won. They spent good time together thru school and went to Korea together and then became brothers when Lynn married you. You have our sympathy and love.

 

Barbara Kay posted on 2/19/18

Billy was the man in life . and I will Iove and miss him very much . We was very happey and very much in Love . We had a Very Good life tog. I loved my Billy Barbara K.

 

Barbara Kay posted on 2/19/18

Billy was the best man in my life . And I will miss him .and his love. We had a Very Good life tgo. He loved Me and I Loved Him.Always Barbara K.

 

Tim Connolly posted on 2/17/18

Ralph, I'm so sorry to learn of the loss of you wife. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. The Lord has blessed you with 55 years of marriage, draw on the wonderful memories He gave you together. God Bless you in this time of loss, may He give you peace and strength. We send our love and support.

 

Lynn Crossman posted on 2/17/18

Brenda, I am so sorry for your loss. I have you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Lynn

 

Frances Hollifield posted on 2/17/18

I am so sorry for the loss of this wonderful lady ..she was a wonderful friend to all who knew her ...Martha was so kind to me I had just moved to the location that I now live at my car had broke down and Martha was so kind to come to the grocery store were I had broke down and after helping me load the groceries into her car she took me home and refused to even take gas money for the favor she had just did for me ...she was a wonderful friend and neighbor to all who knew her ..She made this world a much better place to live in ...I am thankful for the opportunity to have known such a wonderful human being ..

 

Karen posted on 2/16/18

Love and miss you. You have always been there for me. I have learned so much from you. It is hard to picture my life with out you to turn to. You will always be in my thoughts and heart. I think you every time I look at the sunset.

 

J. Etienne posted on 2/16/18

My sincere condolences to the McEntire family. Your loved one Mrs. Martha Ann McEntire has passed and you have loss a great family member. As you reflect on her legacy-love of family, friends and life, may you draw much comfort and strength from her. Rely on the words of Isaiah 41: 10, 13 to comfort and guide you as you face the days, months and years to come.

 

Ed Holtzendorff posted on 2/16/18

Ralph, so very distraught to learn of your tragic loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of grief. My wife and I have also been married 55 years and I know how I would be feeling were I in your shoes. We have shared some good times together and I will never forget you, my friend. God's grace and strength be with you always.

 

Amber Westbrook posted on 2/16/18

My grandmother was a strong and talented woman who always looked for the beauty around her. She will be missed dearly. Rest In Peace.

 

Scott Miller posted on 2/16/18

So sorry for your loss. Thomas was a really good guy. Our prayers are with you

 

Missy... posted on 2/16/18

Karen, my deepest sympathies goes out to you and your family. Prayers for strength and healing hearts. I am sorry for your loss! Call me if you need to talk...

 

 

Cheryl Hooper posted on 2/15/18

Mom you were ALWAYS the ight in the darkness that I could turn to. You are so missed.. Until we are together again know that I love you "Sherry"

 

 

Sharon T King posted on 2/14/18

Brenda & family So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to all at this difficult time Sharon & Tommy King Joe & Marilyn Thompson

 

 

Susan Yarbrough-Kamm posted on 2/14/18

in memory

 

Susan Yarbrough-Kamm posted on 2/14/18

Dear Anne and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Lynn will always be in our memories. We are praying for you and your family. May god comfort you and we wish you a lot strenght in these difficult days. Deepest Condolences from Susan, Günter and Leon-Russell and Charles Yarbrough

 

Sandy Phillips Buckner posted on 2/14/18

Jonnie , Ronnie and Brenda. I am so sorry for the loss of your dear mom. She was such a wonderful sweet lady. I loved her dearly. It has been years since I have seen her but she always had a smile and a hug for me. I remember all the times we shared as kids with your Mom and my Mom. They were such good friends. All the wonderful times we cooked dinner together and went to eat at Johnny's BBQ in Mountain Home. One day we will all be reunited and what a glorious day that will be. Prayers for you all. Love Sandy

 

Mona Williams posted on 2/13/18

I met Abby about 2 years ago when I began taking care of her through the home health agency I work for. I liked her instantly. She had a little twinkle in her eye, that made me think she was going to make an impact on me. And she did. I knew when I started this job working with pediatric special needs patients that I would one day be faced with this day. That I would inevitably lose one of my patients to their disease process. But I wasn’t ready for it Abby. And I wish with all my heart that you weren’t the first one. What a blessing you’ve been to so many people. Nurses, doctors, family and friends are better people for having known you. I know I am. I’m gonna miss you, Miss Abby girl. I love you sweetie. You are well now.

 

Vet Vinson posted on 2/13/18

SO SORRY sweet lady! Praying for comfort and strength during this MOST difficult time.

 

Kathleen Kraus posted on 2/12/18

Israel was a good friend that I met in 1977 at Blue Ridge Community College. He later helped my family in many ways with his amazing handy-man skills and wouldn't take any money for the work. He was very generous with his time and money and loved serving people. I am so sorry to learn of his passing - in true Israel fashion, he kept his situation to himself. I look forward to seeing you in Heaven, Israel!

 

 

Linda More posted on 2/10/18

Once again we are so sorry for your loss Amber. May God give you and the family peace and comfort at this time. Call on God Amber he will take care of you .

 

Robert & Vicki Kirk posted on 2/9/18

Pat, Vicki and I are so sorry to hear of Rick’s passing. Rick and I were roommates in Vietnam. So sorry we lost contact. He was a great friend. May God bless you and your family. Robert

 

Floyd Family posted on 2/8/18

To the family, we are so sorry for your loss. During this sad time, please take comfort in the Bible's positive message. In it, our Heavenly Father assures us of his loving support in times of grief, and he promises to end tears and death ( Psalm 34:18 and Revelation 21:3,4). In the days to come, may these thoughts provide your family with a measure of comfort. Take care.

 

Al & Betty Abercrombie posted on 2/7/18

Our condolences to the family. Former neighbors at Heritage Hills.

 

Manette {Punky} Trexler posted on 2/6/18

Anne, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that I am thinking of you and sending prayers for you and your family. God Bless you.

 

R. Faust posted on 2/6/18

Yarbrough Family, I read about your loss. My condolence to all of you. May your many family memories bring you comfort to share with each other. May you also have the peace and comfort of our Heavenly Father Jehovah. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

 

Danny Martin posted on 2/6/18

Enjoyed working with Robbie, sorry for your loss

 

Tee Medford posted on 2/6/18

Just learned of Becky's death, she was so kind to me when I worked at Pardee with her. Praying for her family, she will be greatly missed.

 

Sandee Barnwell posted on 2/5/18

I had the pleasure meeting Becky while she came to visit her dad at the Brian Center Brevard she had such a caring heart for her dad whether she was able to visit she was always on the phone checking on him always had the best interest and heart for her father she is now out of her suffering and in heaven with her father she will be missed I was glad to have met her and known her

 

Rick & Darlene Hudson and family posted on 2/5/18

So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and love to the family.

 

Doyle and Linda Jackson posted on 2/5/18

We were sorry to hear of Robbie’s passing . He was such a kind man, always a pleasure to work with him as our customer . May God give the family peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Janette Medford posted on 2/5/18

I am sooo sorry for the loss of your loving husband, Marti. May God give you peace and understanding. Love.

 

Coby Beddingfield posted on 2/5/18

Prayers for Family..

 

Roland and Lois Hoots posted on 2/4/18

Tony so sorry to hear of your brothers passing. Prayers for the family.

 

Neil & Paulette Wooten Kernodle posted on 2/4/18

Martha,so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Thinking about you and your family during your time of loss.

 

John Hart posted on 2/4/18

Anne, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Without Lynn's support and guidance, I would not have been able to have my career in printing. He was often stern (even scary), but always fair, honest and willing to listen. I felt there was an unspoken connection between us, maybe our military service and overseas tours. For whatever reason, he saw something in me that I had failed to recognize in myself. He gave me the opportunity and the encouragement to succeed, and I will always be grateful to him for that. He was even there for my retirement party, which meant more to me than he would ever know. He was and will always be one of the most important people in my life. You are in my thoughts.

 

Trisha and Richard Stokes posted on 2/4/18

Tony, we are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Billy hodge posted on 2/4/18

Working with him over the years

 

Leslie Jean Newell posted on 2/2/18

Although I only met Becky once, I heard a lot about her from her husband, Doug Sparks. Doug, my thoughts are with you. Becky is with God now, and she is cured of everything. You have so many memories of her.

 

Deborah & Michael Wood, MA posted on 2/2/18

Dear Bill , Lynn , Jordan ,and Billy , We are so very sorry for your enormous loss !! We also want to extend our sincere condolences to Terry, Linda, and Debbie! The last time I saw Mrs. Greene was at Jordan's wedding . It was an absolute pleasure to connect with her . I was fortunate enough to see her the next day at breakfast too-where we were able to share great conversation. Mrs. Greene was such a Kind Woman ! Our Thoughts and Prayers are with all of you !

 

Dan and Lynn Scrima, NY posted on 2/2/18

Bill & Lynn ,Billy, Jordan, Terry, Debbie and Linda. Please accept our Sincere Condolences on the passing of your Mom, Mother-In-Law and Grandmother. She was a Great Lady! We will truly miss her-especially when we visit the South.

 

Donna and Kevin Black, NY posted on 2/2/18

January 22, 2018 Mrs Greene, May God carry you and your family on "Eagle's' Wings" as you journey forward. God bless all.

 

Donna and Kevin Black, NY posted on 2/2/18

January 22, 2018 Mrs Greene, May God carry you and your family on "Eagle's' Wings" as you journey forward. God bless all. The Black Family

 

Becky Banks posted on 2/1/18

Terry, I am so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.. Love, Becky Banks

 

Joette Humphrey posted on 2/1/18

Some of the times that I have laughed the hardest in my life were on road trips years ago with Becky when she appointments at Duke. My heart breaks for Doug, Ryan, Heather, Ross, and other family members., but praising God that Becky is looking at the face of Jesus!

 

Dallie Corbett Cox posted on 2/1/18

Our prayers and condolende to Becky's family. I was blessed to become friends with Becky when we worked in Labor and Delivery together and my husband (deceased) Jim worked with her husband and to knowing them was a great joy. Sending love and comfort Dallie (Corbett) Cox and Donald Cox

 

Barbara & Nicholas Magro posted on 2/1/18

Our family had the surprise and pleasure to fine out Becky was member of our family through DNA testing. What a pleasure tho short, to get to know Becky and her family and, to find out we both lived here inHendersonville for over 20 years and didn't know each other. I had the pleasure of visiting Becky several times along with my other neice Deb, and together we filled her in on some of the blanks in her life. We will all miss her and wished we had found each other sooner.

 

Patricia Buck posted on 1/31/18

Loving, compassionate, very supportive of beloved wife Ann through good times and life's challenges. Even though he himself has health issues past year, he seemed to always put his wife's needs first. He had A lot of integrity. Married 63 yrs, shows how Lynn and Anne were devoted and had a love for each other rarely seen.

 

Vivian and Gerald Tesner posted on 1/30/18

Anne, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. We know your heart is heavy and in pain. Over the years of working with Lynn I gained a deep respect for him, both as a boss and a good man. We pray God will comfort you as only He can.

 

 

Coleman Terell posted on 1/27/18

The greatest gift that I ever received came from Shawn. My son Christian. I promise you Shawn that I will love Christian without end, and I will be the best father to our son that I can possibly be. I have always thought of us as family, and I promise you Christian will never be kept from seeing your side of the family. I love you brother, may you find peace and endless Grace in heaven.

 

 

OKelley family posted on 1/27/18

The OKelley family wishes to express our sympathy to the Wilson family and his son Christian Hensley, Owe knew Shwn for a short time. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you

 

Ryan and Tiffany Owen posted on 1/26/18

Shawn was one of the sweetest loving people I could ever meet. I will definitely will miss the bonfires at his house the cookout just living life the way Shawn new best. He became my husband and I's very close friends from the time I met him until his passing. Shawn Ryan and I will miss you my friend. Fly high. Until i see you again

 

Annette Heatherly posted on 1/26/18

I love you daddy so very much! I will always be a daddy’s girl

 

Keisha Lunsford Miller posted on 1/25/18

Doris and Family So Sorry to hear about Shawn Passing. I remember growing up with him in school. He was always a nice man!! He will be missed! You all are in my thoughts and Prayers. May the Lord look after and Bless You!

 

 

Deirdre Hensley Mallard posted on 1/25/18

He will be missed and will always be in our hearts.

 

 

Deirdre Hensley Mallard posted on 1/25/18

He loved to ride the lawn mower with PaPa, and fishing.

 

 

Angela Oxendine posted on 1/25/18

We always love doing things as a family that was important to him.

 

Milissa and Chuck Buddy Roper posted on 1/25/18

Dear Cooper Family, We are so saddened by the recent losses of Tommy and Laura. I remember Laura with fondness. She was kind and so sweet, even when she didn't feel good. I can imagine how sad you guys are right now! I also vision that while Laura was sleeping, she heard Tomorrow Sr. calling her and she just went up to heaven to be with him! Just think, she is out of pain and she has energy, no more blood transfusions, no more needles!!!!!! She is a wonderful lady ..... Your parents are together again! Marie and Lynn are ready to carry to family torch!

 

 

Cassandra Poole posted on 1/25/18

Shawn was a good hard working man he loved and cared about his family and sons and friends he will help anyone out when they needed it and he made everyone laugh he will be missed by many and we will always remember him and he will watching over us he's are guirdian angel

 

 

Luwanahensleg posted on 1/25/18

Ok

 

Margaret Mcminn posted on 1/24/18

Doris,Angela,and Shawn sons,I am so sorry for your loss.I pray for the strength that ya'll will need at this time.

 

Margaret Mcminn posted on 1/24/18

Doris,Angela and Shawna sons,I'm so sorry for your loss.My prayers are for each of you for the strength to get through this time.

 

Marianne and Danny Hutto posted on 1/24/18

It is our sincerest hope that everyone finds peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Tonya HENSLEY and christian Hensley posted on 1/24/18

I am so sorry for Spell in the word wrong I meant hard working man I'm sorry I apologize it was posed to say hard working man I am so sorry for that he was care loving good hearted mana Great friend a great father a great man we will miss you he will be mass we love you very dearly Shawn your kid too he was a good daddy a loving man he was so carrying love in man his Son love he so much

 

Tina Kytta posted on 1/24/18

Shawn will be remembered most for the Love he had for his kids. I tried his best to spend as much time as he could fishing with them and sitting with them around the fire talking and joking. He was a great friend and treated his friends like family. He will truly be missed. RIP Shawn, we will see each other again!!

 

Lisa Willson posted on 1/24/18

Doris and Family, we are sad to hear of the loss of your son. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Ima Jean and Lisa Wilson and family

 

Rob Hays posted on 1/24/18

Really shocked and saddened to hear of Shawn's passing. I knew Shawn from the very first day he started working at Tucker. He was a hard worker and extremely friendly. We would see each other out and about and he would always talk about his children. He was an extremely proud father. He will be missed. God be with the family in this time of loss.

 

Eric E Dalton posted on 1/24/18

We grew up together. He lived next door with his grandmother (Gladys) in an apartment. I have fond memories of Shawn, and I wish I could have hung out with him again as an adult. My condolences to his family !!

 

Gary & Gale Wilkie posted on 1/24/18

We are saddened by the news of Shawna passing. He will be missed by everyone, especially His sons. Thankful this life is not the end for believers. His perfect life is just beginning. With Gale receiving chemo we want be able to be at the service, but know each family member will be in our prayers.

 

Delton Oxendine posted on 1/24/18

Shawn was a great brother-in-law and friend. Even though I acted like I didn't need one sometimes, he always made me realize, I did. I will never forget the good times we had. Peace be with you. Until we meet again. Goodbye...For now.

 

 

Merrill and Joyce Hensley posted on 1/24/18

Will be greatly missed by everyone

 

 

Luwanahensley posted on 1/24/18

This is christen grandmother Hensley Shawn was a good man and a good dad he love his kids gave me a sweet grandson just like him came over my house love my meat loft Shawn will be miss love cut up with him so funny make you laugh

 

 

Luwa a hensley posted on 1/24/18

Shawn will be miss he was a good man and dad gave me a woundful grandson that I love very much rember Shawn came too my house eat my meat life he said that was some good meat loft he so much his stomach was hurting he wi be miss

 

 

Tim and Janet Hazel posted on 1/24/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family and loved ones of Shawn. We will truly miss him, for the last 20 years Shawn has always been such a nice man with a smile. Rest in Peace my friend....

 

Jamie burnette posted on 1/24/18

He always spoke about the beach trip we took, that it was the best beach trip he ever went on. I will never forget him saying to me "your my daughter I never had".

 

 

Tonya HENSLEY and christian Hensley posted on 1/24/18

He was a care loving good daddy a loving man a good hoard man he work hoard he love life he love all uv his boys and a bless friend he will be miss

 

Betty Henn posted on 1/23/18

Doris & Family, we send our love as we can be with you in person right now. I have another cancer and doing chemo, so my heart really hurts with yours. One day there will be a cure until then we always have our Hope in Our Lord and our Eternal Home. Love & Prayers, Betty & Charles Henn

 

Sheridan and Lora Garren posted on 1/23/18

We love you and miss you daddy.

 

Nancy Bryson posted on 1/23/18

Rest in peace my friend (family) rest in peace. And it's Cecil. Was always called that. You are in many of my memories. I won't tell anyone about you Steve and I camping on Fontana in the winter,in the snow. Or the time I beat you at horseshoes. You were always a fair person and loyal friend. You have earned your rest.

 

Rebekah posted on 1/23/18

Dear Cooper Family, I am so sorry to have read of your loss; please accept my sincere condolences. Something that I have personally found to be of great comfort are the thoughts expressed at John 5:28, 29 as well as Revelation 21:4. In these verses, we find a wonderful hope for the future of being reunited with our loved ones upon the earth the way it was originally intended--free from sickness, suffering, and death. Knowing this has comforted me greatly and it is my sincere hope that these thoughts comfort your family as well. Again I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Doran & Charlene Harris posted on 1/23/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time of loss and sadness

 

 

Bob Sweetapp;e posted on 1/22/18

Coach McDonald pulled me up from the football field where I lay as a floundering 90 pound 4th string running back in 8th grade,1967. He changed my life forever recruiting me to the wrestling team. He trained me every day to become strong and to overcome my asthma. For over five years he taught me to compete and always fight fair. To this day I work out as he taught me. As I trial lawyer I often recount that my time with Jack was the most formative in my life. I learned that I must stand alone and take responsibility for my own losses and challenges. Dozens of other former wrestlers share my love and admiration for this exceptional man. God rest his beautiful soul.

 

 

Buddy Roper posted on 1/22/18

I am so sorry for the recent loss of your Dad and Mom. They had a great life together and that was wonderful. Your Mom all ways had the prettiest and sweetest smile and was so nice. I will all ways be thankful for all the rides to baseball practice with IMOC and all the laughs your Dad and Mom myself and all the family had over MUDBALL'S. God bless all of ya'll. MUDBALL'S

 

Janet & Mike Stepp posted on 1/21/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Loyd Garren. May you find peace and comfort in Christ Jesus.

 

Mary Beth Fendley posted on 1/21/18

Precious Laura Cooper and Tommy. They always provided warm smiles and hugs to my family. I’m so thankful that heaven is a reality and as I told Brad, I can imagine Tommy’s big smile as e heaven. My love and prayers to the Cooper family whom I love so much.

 

Art Cooley posted on 1/21/18

Laura and I attended HHS together...and in fact ... seated right next to her. She was an excellent student and a wonderful class-mate. She gave her life to her family and to the forming of Cooper Construction Co. Rest in peace, Laura. GOD-BLESS.

 

Alton Connor posted on 1/20/18

My dear friends ~ My heart breaks with each of yours as you have had to say good-bye for now to your precious Mom just days after your Dad's passing. Laura was without a doubt one of the most precious people I have ever known ~ she was my "second Mother" and she often told me that I was her fourth son. I loved Laura dearly and though I am sad that she is not with us for this temporary period, my heart is thankful that her pain and suffering are over and that she is now at Home with the Lord and with a healed body! My thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy are with you all! Love each of you, Alton

 

 

Shane Bradley posted on 1/20/18

Mike and all the family. I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Mrs Laura was a wonderful lady. Heaven has gained another Angel. May God bless all of you at this time

 

Janice M Bowen posted on 1/20/18

I am so saddened to learn of your Mother's passing. I am in Florida and just heard. I am so sorry I was not able to be there to support you at the service and afterward. I feel so blessed to have had her as part of my life. I loved spending time with her. Her stories always entertained me. I still laugh thinking of her selling everything for a quarter at our yard sales. My thoughts and prayers are with all you girls and the rest of the family. Sending much love, Janice

 

 

Janet and Jenny Cecil posted on 1/19/18

We are praying for your family.

 

Jennifer posted on 1/19/18

My sincere condolences go to you for your loss. Please remember that God cares about you and promises that there will be a resurrection so we can see those we have lost again.

 

Chuck & Ruth Fent posted on 1/19/18

Just heard of the passing of Tommy, we missed you both so much when you left Buttonwood Bay in Sebring..we had so much fun, memories and stories!! Meeting your lovely family and prayers hugs to all of you god has a special man in heaven

 

Stephanie Patton posted on 1/19/18

I loved seeing Mrs. Greene with her husband and daughters in the audience at Fletcher Elementary School as they watched my 3rd graders and 2nd graders do some type of performance for the annual Cookies and Cocoa with Santa. Mrs. Greene always had a beautiful smile on her face and such kind words to say about my kiddos' performances. She was an amazing woman that raised three incredible daughters. All of them have had such an amazing impact on the teachers and students at Fletcher Elementary School. I will always be appreciative of her love and support!

 

Jimmy and Shannon Summerall posted on 1/19/18

So sorry to hear about brother Marvin. It has been a while since we had seen him. He was such a sweet, humble man. He was my favorite Sunday school teacher growing up. So knowledgeable of the scriptures and always a great story to keep you interested. Praying for all the family. We will see him again soon.

 

Bert posted on 1/18/18

Thing of you miss you

 

 

Bert posted on 1/18/18

Miss you

 

 

Joe & Marilyn Thompson posted on 1/17/18

Jane & family So sorry for your loss. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.

 

Ricky Levi posted on 1/17/18

One of the best men I knew. Loved him and looked up to him. Heaven is even sweeter now. God bless you Jane, Doug and all your precious family. Praying for you all. I love you all!

 

Lion Dave Butler posted on 1/17/18

I had many great talks and phone conversations with Miss Chris over many years. She was a special inspirational person with a positive attitude no matter what kind of challenge she had to face. Her faith in GOD and his will was an inspiration to all who knew her!! Our Lion's Family Bingo will not be the same without Miss Chris. Love, Lions Dave and Martha Butler

 

Linda Gilbert posted on 1/17/18

Jane you have my heart felt condolence in the loss of your husband. Know my prayers are with you . Linda

 

Ron Cornelius posted on 1/16/18

The last flight is always the best, especially when you know where you are going to land.

 

 

joe cornelius posted on 1/16/18

I will see you.....

 

Audrey Gregg posted on 1/16/18

Dear Nick - you were always the brightest and most clever person in any room. I loved being on the Boulevard with you. You inspired us to work hard - and you showed us how to have fun and enjoy life while doing that. Condolences to Toni and your family. Love, Audrey aka Poppins

 

 

Jonna Rae posted on 1/15/18

In gratitude for a beautiful life well-lived.

 

E. Newkirk posted on 1/13/18

I offer my condolences to the family for your loss. Fortunately, death is only a temporary part of life because Jesus promised a time when we can be reunited with our dear loved ones. (John 5:28,29) May your reflection on this hope and the fond memories you have bring you comfort and strength to endure this difficult time.

 

June (Trespeces) Trop Zuckerman posted on 1/12/18

Oh, Nick, you were the best principal a school district and teacher could have. Working with you at Central School was the best job I ever had. I learned to be a teacher and looked forward to coming to work every day. Just save a place close to the bar for us from Central.

 

 

Brooke Tamburin posted on 1/12/18

Remembering prayer time every night before bed as a child, your "rise & shine" alarm clock methods in high school (not so cheery on my end!), & us having our moment prior to your aisle giveaway on the day of my wedding- each so formative & special <3 I'm missing you today terribly.

 

Ed Kidd posted on 1/12/18

Thank you, Nick. You encouraged us to enjoy Central and still be efficient and professional. There are so many stories like the time we put the big telephone booth in your tiny office, and the time you tricked me into giving myself the Clyde Award. Who can ever forget you as Karnac, the Magnificant? God bless you; you will never be forgotten by your Central family.

 

Roberta posted on 1/12/18

To the family of Richard Allen Swann Please accept my sincere condolences. I have taken comfort knowing that God . . . will wipe all tears from their eyes, and there will be no more death, suffering, crying, or pain.”—Revelation 21:3, 4 The Bible, however, holds out a much different hope. As we have previously noted, the Scriptures indicate that it is possible to be reunited with your dead loved one in the near future, not in an unknown heaven but right here on earth under peaceful, righteous conditions. And at that time humans will have the prospect of enjoying perfect health, and they will never have to die again. ‘But surely that is wishful thinking!’ for some may say words of encouragement please go to JW.org Sincerely, Roberta

 

Sal Chiaravalloti posted on 1/11/18

Will always remember the good times at Central Jr. High, where teaching and learning was FUN and not just a job. All the great memories .... The Christmas parties and skits, the Norman trips, the Hillview after conferences, the Softball games and so many more... Nick you touched so many lives and I for one would like to thank you for giving me my first job in teaching. Rest in peace, you will always be remembered and missed.... Your Italian friend Sal ( THE ONLY ONE)

 

Betty Hensley posted on 1/11/18

I will miss Ken's smile he had for everyone, along with have a great day. He was so uplifted and happy. He loved his friends and always had time to talk and share himself. He will be miss, but all of us at the Village were so Blessed to have had him in our lives. My prayers are with his wonderful family. God Bless each of you.

 

Ben Johnson posted on 1/10/18

Willie & I were blessed to know Ken & enjoy his gardening here at Carolina Village. He was a dear and kind man. May God bless the family in their grief.

 

 

H.E. and Nellie Wilkie posted on 1/10/18

So sorry. Mike was such a sweet cousin and he will surely be missed. May God comfort all the family is our prayer.

 

Michelle Carter posted on 1/10/18

Hi Lee and family. We we're sorry to learn of Mike's passing. He was a sweet man. Love and prayers for all.

 

Michelle Carter posted on 1/10/18

Prayers for each of you. Mike was a sweet man.

 

Teresa Strickland posted on 1/9/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart, prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time in your life. Love you, my friend.

 

Kay Stepp Smith posted on 1/9/18

My Mother Bertha Stepp is a 1st cousin to Mike's Mother Edna. She recently had surgery and is in LifeCare and will not be able to attend the services. She has known Mike all his life and remembers a lot of good things about him. He will be missed!! I did get to see Dewena today and express our condolences. All the family is in our thoughts and prayers. Bert Stepp and daughter Kay Stepp Smith

 

Michael and Ruth (Mintz) Perry posted on 1/9/18

Sandra and Family, So sorry to hear of your brother, Tommy's passing. May God comfort you and the Family during this time. Think of you often. Our prayers are with you during this time.

 

Willard L. Phillips posted on 1/9/18

I am very sorry to hear of my Friend.Mike's death at such a young age. We shared the love of old cars & trucks. May GOD comfort and keep the Family during the difficult days ahead is my prayer.

 

Judy Naomi posted on 1/7/18

Richard was a kind a funny boy since he was 6 years old neighbor and best friend to my son CHAD, he was always ready to go on vacations with us, he kept us laughing I remember when he was little he said if I was a dog I'd marry muffie lol our pug and shituz he was a joy and will be terribly missed, love to his family we are here for you all. Love and prayers Judy and Kerry Naomi.

 

Bob Quattlebaum posted on 1/6/18

Years ago when Poplar Lodge was being remodeled, I was thrilled to be able to purchase a bearskin rug from Tommy Cooper. As I recall it was from one of his hunts and was so large, that he thought it would be best displayed on the wall of a much larger room than he had at the time. The  Poplar Lodge bar area was that perfect place. The Lodge was filled with many interesting things but no single item was more admired and talked about than that beautful rug.  Mr Cooper was a Christian, Southern gentleman. If he told you something or agreed to something, you could take it to the bank. In appearance and demeanor, he reminded me of another Christian, Southern gentleman I greatly admired, my father.  Mr Cooper's  bearskin rug still hangs on the wall at Poplar Lodge. Never have I looked at it that I didn't think about Tommy Cooper and Cecil Quattlebaum.

 

Henry Johnson posted on 1/6/18

To the extended Cooper family, my heart goes out to you. I know you have great memories of Tommy, who I was not privileged to know. Enjoy those memories, and rejoice in the knowledge that he is still with you in heart, mind, and spirit. Thinking of each of you in your sorrow and celebration. Peace and Love to all.

 

David and Jo Ann Fain posted on 1/6/18

Dear Laura and family. David and I are so sorry for your loss, but glad you had all this time together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May your memories ever live with you and help you through these hard times. Love and blessings, David and Jo Ann

 

Cathy Wells posted on 1/6/18

Using A.G. Lotz’s analogy, Pop has moved into his Father’s house! What a beautiful picture of love, grace & redemption! We rejoice for Pop & pray for comfort, strength & peace for the Cooper family! Physical separation is painful & leaves a footprint on our hearts but God promises, through Jesus, Joy Comes in the Morning (Psalm 30:5)!!! Cherish your memories! Love & Prayers!!!

 

Shirley Redden (Ken,s wife) posted on 1/6/18

Laura and family, what a blessing to have 68 years together. It was a blessing to know you. , even though it had been some time since I saw you. Ken was in touch almost daily with the boys while he was alive. My prayers are with you at this difficult time, M ay God grant you the peace and comfort that can only He can.

 

Shirley Redden (Ken,s wife) posted on 1/6/18

Laura and family, my pracers are with you at this difficult time. May God give you the comfort. And peace that only He can.

 

Shirley Redden (Ken,s wife) posted on 1/6/18

Laura and Tom were good friends and distance kin to Kenneth

 

 

Chad Angel posted on 1/6/18

You was my first true friend and was one for 32 years. We had a lot of good times you will be missed everyday Rip brother.

 

 

Chad Angel posted on 1/6/18

Rip you was my first true friend and was one for 32 years. We had a lot of good times you will be missed everyday.

 

 

Connie Jenkins posted on 1/6/18

You will never be forgotten Rip

 

Diane Beck posted on 1/6/18

Richard was a kind young man trying to make it in the world that can be so cruel at times ! I only spoke to him a few times finding out he was my cousin! I never really got to know him well but the few times we spoke he was such a Sweet soul! Heaven is waiting on u and so is grandpas Ernest Howell and all your loved ones!

 

Jerry McCall I live in Lake MARY, FL posted on 1/5/18

Sorry to About Tommy. I worked for him in the early 70's on Duncan Hill RD. May God be with you and your family.

 

JOYCE SPEARES ( CRISTEN"S GRANDMOTHER) posted on 1/5/18

MAY GOD GIVE YOU PEACE AT THIS TIME. NO ONE UNDERSTANDS LIKE JESUS AND HE WILL BE WITH YOU. PRAYING FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

 

Shane Bradley posted on 1/4/18

Mrs Cooper and all the family very sorry to hear about your loss. May you find comfort in God's grace in the days ahead.

 

Jimmy Freeman posted on 1/4/18

You all are in my Thoughts and Prayers...... Death is nothing at all. It does not count. I have only slipped away into the next room. Nothing has happened. Everything remains exactly as it was. I am I, you are you, and the old life that we lived so fondly together is untouched, unchanged. Whatever we were to each other, that we are still. Call me by the old familiar name. Speak of me in the easy way which you always used. Put no difference into your tone. Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes that we enjoyed together. Play, smile, think of me, pray for me. Let my name be ever the household word that it always was. Let it be spoken without an effort, without the ghost of a shadow upon it. Life means all that it ever meant. It is the same as it ever was. There is absolute and unbroken continuity. What is this death but a negligible accident? Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am but waiting for you, for an interval, somewhere very near, just around the corner. All is well.

 

Mark & Penny Williams and family posted on 1/4/18

"Pop" Cooper left a great legacy, especially through his family. His sense of humor, wit and all the great hunting and navy stories will be missed. Our heartfelt prayers and love go out to Laura, his faithful and devoted wife, and to all the Cooper family. You are very dear friends and we share in the mourning of your loss, but celebrate in the fulfillment of God's plan in the life of Tommy. May the Lord bless and comfortable you all.

 

Alton Connor posted on 1/4/18

Laura, Tom, Jeff, Mike and family ~ My heart goes out to each of you in Tommy's passing. You all have gone above and beyond the call of duty in seeing that his physical needs were met and now, he is at peace with the Lord, and I pray that each of you can find peace in knowing his suffering is over. This is a temporary separation - you have the promise you will see him again one day. May God's grace sustain each of you in these days and weeks ahead! Each of you is special to me in your own special way! With love, prayers and deepest sympathy ~ Alton

 

Paul R Woodall - Retired Principal posted on 1/4/18

My condolences to Jack's family. Jack and I coached football and taught science together at Nova High School. During that time we became good friends and fishing buddies. I enjoyed those times and our long talks. Jack was the kind of man that if you knew him and spent any time with him, he touched your life! God rest his soul, and continue to bless his family.

 

Mike Pratt posted on 1/4/18

Coach McDonald was an awesome man who gave much to those he touched. He accepted me on the Nova wrestling team as a transfer from New York state. I wrestled two years for Jack for the Nova High Titans at 120 lbs. I learned so much from him and made life long friendships from the experience and camaraderie that he orchestrated around the wrestling mat. We all strive to be champions but Jack was the real champion because hiss attitude was championing each of his kids to success. I was fortunate to meet Coach McDonald for lunch in Fort Lauderdale maybe 10 or 15 years ago with wrestler's Jay Spechler and Bob Sweetapple. I remember distinctly Jack calling me out for my bad habits and weight!! You gotta love a man of such principle and a man who cared for his boys on the mat and off the mat. God Bless Coach Jack McDonald. My sincere condolences to the family and friends from myself and all the Titans at Nova High that Jack had a profound affect on their lives. Hollywood, Florida

 

Ted Galatis posted on 1/4/18

Jack McDonald helped me through some tough times in junior high school - he remembered me many years later when our paths crossed - may he rest in peace

 

Ted Galatis posted on 1/4/18

Jack helped me get through some rough years at Nova High School and even years later remembered me when we ran into one another at Perry Airport

 

 

buddy player posted on 1/2/18

a really long time friend - met Bob back in the 70's when I moved to Greenville - he would come by the office [miller / player] a few times / year & play his bag pipes. I still have copies of some of his earlier renderings he did for us. He was truly gifted. The only painting [print]I have in my office now is " water & stone two". He will be remembered...

 

Hank Grant posted on 1/2/18

My wife Linda and I knew Bob many years ago. We met at Scottish games at Grandfather Mountain, NC, and Stone Mountain, GA. I think he actually came to our home once in Atlanta circa 1982. He was a nice, kind person, and keenly interested in tartans and kilt making. I wove the tartan for a least one kilt Bob made for a friend of ours. Basically, Bob was the type of person who would endure any inconvenience to render a kindness or lend a hand to someone he could help. Although we lost contact many years ago, we have fond memories of Bob. It was interesting to read about his fascinating career and his extensive family.

 

Peter MacDonald posted on 1/2/18

I have so many great memories of spending time with Bob, both at his home in SC and when he stayed with us in Scotland for 3 months whilst researching his book on the History of the Kilt. A man for whom nothing was too much trouble, we spent many an hour talking long into the night about tartan and Highland Dress. For many years the majority of the kilts he made were from tartan I hand-wove. He opened the eyes of many to their history and culture, a fine man, a good friend and a sad loss.

 

Betsy DalBo posted on 1/1/18

Vicki, Theresa, Mary and Wanda, I was so saddened to hear of your dear Bob’s passing. He was a very intelligent and compassionate man and I was proud to be one of his many friends. He, Vicki and I had many good times together, although he never complained except to say” if you didn’t need anything why did you come out with a buggy full, when he patiently waited for us shopping? Bob, you gave me many laughs telling about events. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

 

Samuel W Ruth posted on 12/30/17

I Love her from the first time I came to the church of Christ with Laura and Merry and she and Vance have always been such. Blessing I will miss her and I ask that the Lord be close to each of you

 

Bo Wood posted on 12/29/17

Bob worked frequently with my father Avery Wood, and dad thought the world of him. I will never forget as a young man walking in downtown Greenville with Bob, he naturally in a kilt, and getting catcalls and whistles from passers by. Bob just laughed, smiled and waved. I always thought his kilts were cool. I enjoyed every chance I got to see and speak with him over the years. He was a wonderful and incredibly talented man, and he will be missed. My heartfelt condolences to his family. Bo Wood.

 

Lisa mccraw posted on 12/29/17

Praying for all our family with our los

 

Lisa mccraw posted on 12/29/17

Praying for all our family in this hard time love u all

 

Judy Sutton posted on 12/29/17

Mike and family, We sure are sorry to hear of your mother's passing. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Ricky and Millie Campbell posted on 12/28/17

You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Ricky and Millie Campbell and family

 

Sharon Gilbert posted on 12/28/17

Prayers and thoughts on Pat's passing. One of the sweetest ladies, I ever known. All the memories from childhood and beyond. Some of the best memories of Alvin and Pat was their Halloween parties for the kids. Heaven gained an angel to watch over us all.

 

 

Brooke Tamburin posted on 12/27/17

There is nothing I would change or add; I’m beyond blessed to have him as a Father.

 

Deborah Lunsford posted on 12/26/17

I have such fond memories of Pat when James and I were first married. Her friend Jeanne Belle was a good friend of ours and the two of them were a force to be reckoned with! Later, her daughter-in-law, Sally, became one of my best friends in the whole world! We send our heartfelt condolences and love to the family.

 

Larry Dorman posted on 12/24/17

Betty, I want to express my sympathy to you and all your family in the loss of Eddie. I know you will always cherish the long life you two shared together. I feel blessed for the opportunity to know Eddie, you, Renee, Alan, AJ and Cade. Eddie's love and kindness lives on in each of you and I can't think of a better role model for us all. I know Eddie is joyous to be with our Savior as we all celebrate his birth. My prayers are with you all.

 

Rhonda Freeman posted on 12/21/17

My sweet aunt Tillie, we will always remember your wonderful get together sand your ability to be the the perfect hostess. You will be truly missed.

 

Ragena White posted on 12/20/17

Eddie touch the lives of those who knew him with his smile and his love of God. Betty, my thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family.

 

Donna Reeves posted on 12/20/17

Cindy - thinking of you & your family Donna Reeves Charlotte, N.C.

 

Beverly Hill posted on 12/20/17

Such a lovely lady and such a loss.

 

Janet Newman posted on 12/19/17

Dear Betty and Rene and Family,I am so sorry for your loss. Eddie was such a special man and you could always feel his love for his family. I will keep all of you in my prayers at this most difficult time.

 

THOMASENA WHEELER posted on 12/19/17

LANE, I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR FAMILY'S LOSS. MAY YOU FIND PEACE IN YOUR MEMORIES OF HER

 

Heather R McCormack posted on 12/19/17

Sweet Momma Tillie!! You will always be dear to my heart. Your kind gentle soul I will remember fondly.

 

Melissa Shepp posted on 12/19/17

Mrs. Bradley was a sweet and kind person, she will be greatly missed by her family. Rest in power Mary Elizabeth Corn Bradley!

 

Amani Tadross - The Pines at Davidson posted on 12/19/17

Those we hold closest to our hearts never leave us. They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought into our lives. My Condolences

 

Rita Thornton posted on 12/19/17

Betty and Family, I was working as a nurse manager when Eddie came to Wesley. What a ray of sunshine he always was. He was a true man of God, loved people and had compassion for the residents and their families. I am sorry for your loss, but he is with his heavenly Father.

 

Lynn Jones posted on 12/19/17

Betty: my love, prayers and sympathy are with you and your family in your loss. I remember what a beautiful couple you and Eddie were when I first came to Ninety Six PH Church. Dale loved both of you so much. I am keeping you in my prayers. I love you.

 

Jae posted on 12/18/17

Rest in peace.

 

Jae posted on 12/18/17

Rest in peace

 

Sacha Bowman posted on 12/18/17

Granny is the light of our lives and the kindest sweet hearted lady. She's the glue of the family and we each have such a special bond with her. She will live on in our hearts and memories forever.

 

Ralph Betz posted on 12/18/17

Sorry for your loss.I work at The Pines and enjoyed seeing Mr.Muller each day while he was there.He was always a ray of sunshine at work.We all miss him.

 

Jim and Jane Roberts posted on 12/17/17

Miss our sister Sally so very, very much. Thinking of you all and remembering Sal on her birthday yesterday. Love and Prayers for all the family. Jim and Jane Roberts

 

Vina Boyce posted on 12/17/17

Eddie was a wonderful person who was dedicated to God and family. So many were touched by his smile and his laughter made you walk away with such an uplifting view of life! We will miss Eddie....along with the entire community! Love - Mike and Vina

 

Linda and Henry Tamburin posted on 12/17/17

We’ve only known Eddie for a short time (since the marriage of our son to his daughter Brooke). Eddie’s strong Christian faith and his love of family and friends were obvious to us the first time we met him and when he graciously accepted our son into his family. He is in God’s hands now; may his family stay strong during this difficult time. Rest in Peace Eddie. Linda and Henry Tamburin

 

Jane Bailey posted on 12/16/17

Eddie will never be forgotten. He was one of a kind, that loved everybody. He loved God and his life reflected just that. We had some wonderful times that will always be cherished. God is your refuge, and strong tower. He will get all of you thru this difficult time. We love you very much, and are always here for you Mike and Jane

 

Kathy L Solly posted on 12/16/17

Just heard of Lonnie's passing. So sorry to hear that. He was always smiling and really kind to us nurses at CVMC. He will be missed! RIP in my friend!

 

 

Donna and Bill Henderson posted on 12/15/17

Debbie, our hearts are with you even though it has been a while. Hugs

 

louis santiago posted on 12/15/17

We were shocked by "Bud"'s sudden death; in time, you may be relieved that he didn't suffer. We understand that his service was well-attended and trust that you were comforted by your many friends. Christmas is a difficult time to deal with a loss, but we know Shelba is strong and expect her faith will sustain her and her daughters. Our condolences and best wishes, Louis & Judith Santiago

 

Debra fisher posted on 12/15/17

Justin ,this is your mom,I was so proud of you..i ' ll miss you terribly. I love you.mom

 

 

Diana lyons posted on 12/15/17

I am so sorry to hear of this sad news. When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight. Diana, Carol McFalls' Mom.

 

Dr. and Mrs. Huskey posted on 12/14/17

Pam was a sweet lady and she will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

 

J.Y. SMITH posted on 12/13/17

TO THE FAMILY OF HARDY ALVIN RUSSELL. I AM SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. PLEASE KNOW THAT OUR HEAVENLY FATHER UNDERSTANDS YOUR SUFFERING AND HE CARES ABOUT YOU FOR HE TOO EXPERIENCED THE LOSS OF HIS SON CHRIST JESUS. 2 CORINTHIANS 1:3,4. THEIR HEARTFELT DESIRE IS TO REUNITE US WITH OUR DECEASED LOVED AGAIN BY MEANS OF A RESURRECTION TO LIFE HERE ON A BEAUTIFUL PARADISE EARTH WHERE SICKNESS, PAIN AND DEATH WILL NO LONGER BE. JOHN 5:28,29; ACTS 24:15; REVELATION 21:3-5; PSALMS 37:10,11,& 29. MAY YOU ALL CHERISH THE MEMORIES OF BUD UNTIL THAT TIME. PLEASE ACCEPT MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES. JW.org

 

J.Y. SMITH posted on 12/13/17

TO THE FAMILY OF JUSTIN NICHOLAS BURRIS. I AM SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. PLEASE KNOW THAT OUR HEAVENLY FATHER JEHOVAH GOD UNDERSTANDS YOUR SUFFERING AND HE CARES ABOUT YOU FOR HE TOO EXPERIENCED THE LOSS OF HIS SON CHRIST JESUS. 2 CORINTHIANS 1:3,4. THEIR HEARTFELT DESIRE IS TO REUNITE US WITH OUR DECEASED LOVED AGAIN BY MEANS OF A RESURRECTION TO LIFE HERE ON A BEAUTIFUL PARADISE EARTH WHERE SICKNESS, PAIN AND DEATH WILL NO LONGER BE. JOHN 5:28,29; ACTS 24:15; REVELATION 21:3-5; PSALMS 37:10,11,& 29. MAY YOU ALL CHERISH THE MEMORIES YOU HAVE OF JUSTIN UNTIL THAT TIME. PLEASE ACCEPT MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES. JW.org

 

Kim Blackwell Adams posted on 12/13/17

I'm sorry for all of y'alls loss. You're all in my prayers

 

Sarah Setzer posted on 12/13/17

So sorry for your loss Tommy and Jenny and the rest of family. He was a kind and sweet young man. I know he will truly be missed. He is a angel now!!

 

Milissa Roper posted on 12/13/17

Shelba and family, I'm so so sorry for your loss! I know hearts are broken. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers!

 

Darrell F Warren posted on 12/12/17

I am so very sorry for your loss. I am praying for your family, that's God's loving arms will comfort your broken hearts. If I can help in any way please let me know. Darrell Warren

 

Gina Morgan posted on 12/12/17

Continuing to pray for you all. Praying that God will send you all peace and comfort.

 

Tiffany Orr posted on 12/12/17

So sorry for your loss. You family is in my prayers.

 

Judy Phillips Gilliland posted on 12/12/17

Chemi, Cassie, Cady and Sheba. I am so sorry for your loss. Bud was such an amazing man! I have so many memories of him from when we were little. He was a one of a kind man! You all are in my prayers. Much love to you all!

 

Sara Boyd Grant posted on 12/11/17

Shelba and girls....so sorry to see this about Bud..please know you are in my thoughts and prayers

 

 

Sharon King posted on 12/11/17

Hardys family So sorry for your loss of a great man. I worked with Hardy at GE in warehouse for many years. Our thoughts and prayers to all the family at difficult time. Tommy & Sharon King ( Melanie's parents)

 

Lori Garcia-McCammon posted on 12/11/17

We are so sorry for your lost and will keep you close in prayer this holiday season. We love you,Cady! The Hernandez' Cristins, Laura, Eugenia, Edrie, Adrián & Lori son Edward McCammon.

 

Janice Russell posted on 12/11/17

Gone nut never forgotten

 

 

Wayne and Aline Buckner posted on 12/11/17

Prayers to Hardy's family and loss of one good man..nobody better to know and work with..

 

Connie Green Lytle posted on 12/11/17

Shelba may God give you and the family peace and Grace that will bring you through this hard time. I love you lady.

 

Pamela Fortier posted on 12/11/17

Sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family

 

 

Terry and Debbie Hoots posted on 12/11/17

A wonderful man who loved his family and will be missed by many! Love and prayers to them!

 

Marie Cross and Jonathan Pannell posted on 12/11/17

We are sorry for your loss and are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Marie posted on 12/11/17

Marie Cross and Jonathan Pannell

 

Wayne & Linda (Reid) Jackson posted on 12/11/17

Bonnie, Myrtle, Jenny and Effie: Linda and I are sorry to hear of Bud's unexpected death. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Askim Smith posted on 12/11/17

I'm so sorry for your lost. He was a great man

 

 

Becky Rogers posted on 12/10/17

Praying for all of you.

 

Shawn Fiora posted on 12/10/17

My husband just lost his dad, so we understand how hard this is on the family but most people do not. I am so sorry. I will be praying for you & your family for strength.

 

Shawn Fiora posted on 12/10/17

Sorry for your loss, my husband & I just went through this & it is very hard to deal with, people don’t understand. We will be praying for your family.

 

David and Michelle Hensley posted on 12/10/17

Prayers for comfort and healing.

 

 

Donna Early posted on 12/10/17

Sorry, for your loss, in our thoughts and prayers

 

Corliss Bakanas posted on 12/10/17

Ashley, Avery&Lily, Richard, Cindy, Cheryl, Brenda and family: My heart goes out to all of you. By now, Brett and my son Todd are exchanging "Fish" tales with the head fisherman. I will miss seeing him at Mass with his girls. Recalled fondly, Brett and Justin taking down a tree in my yard. It made good firewood...With love and prayers, Janice's friend Corliss

 

Cindy Ricker posted on 12/10/17

Oh my God I am still in shock...Such a wonderful man and friend. He was so special to so many...In Immaculata he was an adorable little boy that was so special...He is a peace now with mom and Kevin...God be with all of your family...Love you Brett...

 

Brooks & Lisa Stepp posted on 12/8/17

Your family is in our thoughts & prayers.

 

Gene and Doris Edwards posted on 12/8/17

A special blessing to all who knew her. Love, compassion, and cheer with a most beautiful smile. She treated everyone as one of her own, especially Rachel, my daughter and her daughter-in-law. She will be missed during this brief seperation. Until then, Isaiah 53:5 and John 14:2-3.

 

 

Sharon McHarge posted on 12/7/17

Barbara Willingham was a Beautiful kind special lady and touched the lives of so many. She has always been so good to me. Christine and her Mom will always hold a place in my . She always said I was her other daughter. Finally, your at Peace Lady resting with my Mom and Dad whom you never met. But tell Ruth hello I look forward to seeing you all real soon. My Thoughts and Prayers to Christine, Keeth Jerry Carolyn and all the Willingham's during this time.

 

 

OSC AR STEADMAN posted on 12/7/17

THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS TO THE FAMILY MAY GOD BLESS EVERYONE

 

heidi morgan posted on 12/7/17

Debbie, I am so sorry for your loss. You were such a great wife, friend, and nurse to Larry. I will pray for your broken heart. Heidi RN, PCU unit

 

 

Rita Ruff posted on 12/7/17

I'm so sorry for lost he was vary sweet man and loved he's family vary much he will be missed by all.

 

Julie Rollins posted on 12/7/17

I am so sorry to hear of this heartbreaking news. Brett was like my little brother. I have just been flooded with memories this week of our childhood, from riding our bikes, climbing trees and playing in creeks! The Corn family will be in my prayers during this difficult time. Love to you all.

 

Marie posted on 12/6/17

My heart goes out with deepest sympathy to the Corn family. God knows the many tears you shed and he wants to sustain you. In the Bible at 2 Corinthians 4:7 it says that God can give us, "... power beyond what is normal," to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that we no longer cry or that we forget, but it means we recover. We can recover because of our hope. When Jesus was on earth he saw the grief that his friends Martha and Mary experienced at the death of their brother, Lazarus, the Bible says, “Jesus cried,” (John 11:35). Afterwards, he resurrected Lazarus. Everyone was so joyful at having Lazarus back with them. Jesus Christ talked about our hope in John 5:28, "... all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out." Jesus was referring to the resurrection. This is our amazing hope that anchors us. Just like an anchor stabilizes a ship, our hope stabilizes us, keeps us from drowning in overwhelming sadness so we can go from one day to the next. It helps us recover and have the power to go on. Not only does God provide the Bible to comfort, he will also comfort you by moving people who care about you to give you help and words of encouragement that you need to hear. When he brings the reality of his promised resurrection, all your tears of pain will be replaced with tears of joy.

 

Lynn Pace posted on 12/6/17

Cheryl, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. Praying for you and your family

 

kathy diggs posted on 12/6/17

ash im so sorry you and the girls are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Linda posted on 12/6/17

My condolence to the family at this difficult time. Please know that Jehovah God feels your grief and that he cares for you. He wants to give you peace and comfort through Jesus Christ. Philippians 4:6,7,13

 

Cheryl C. Bell posted on 12/6/17

My addition to the obituary my love. An amazing man, son, father, brother, brother-in-law, friend, and so much more. Selfless to no end. And yes.... you did have an amazing love and heart that we all did know and see. My life will never be the same without you my love, day in and day out. You worked so hard to make everyone around you happy. I'm so proud to be your sister, thank you for the love and life you shared with Justin. You are a big part of who he is today. I don't know how to let you go. Not just my brother, but a best friend.

 

Evelyn Nichols posted on 12/6/17

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Brett. He was always so thoughtful and friendly. My prayers are with you and those beautiful girls. (I am your mail lady)

 

Larry Blackwell posted on 12/6/17

I'll never forget you and I at the Van Wingerdon fire. As we grabbed 2 airpacks of of a Mt. Home engine. Headed up School House Rd. to a wreck in the heavy smoke. I looked over and your here we go look gave me strength and a calm knowing that we would be fine. I Absolutely Love You Brother!

 

Vicki Gunning posted on 12/6/17

Much love and hugs to you all! We will all be there for you guys!

 

Ginger posted on 12/6/17

Prayers.

 

Jim and Claudia Andrus posted on 12/6/17

We watched you grow up and become a man. You will stay in our memory a long time. Our prayers will surround your family and hopefully keep them strong. You will be missed.

 

Shirley Childers Reiser posted on 12/6/17

So sorry to hear this.Brenda, my deepest sympathy for you, your Dad and your entire family. Love ya little girl, Shirley

 

KD Shelton posted on 12/6/17

He was truly one of the best men I ever knew. His heart was one of courage and strength and a commitment to the service of his fellow man. He raised the bar for everyone and demanded the best of himself. So many people rescued, so many lives saved by his hands yet he remained a humble man. He was blessed with a gift from God for comforting those in distress. I am blessed for having worked with him, and for having known him. He will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. Rest now, Brett. We will see you again one day.

 

Maria DeGance posted on 12/6/17

Sorry for your loss, I remember Brett from Immaculata school and church. He will be missed.

 

 

April King posted on 12/6/17

I remember the times that you brought the girls to my parents house during the summer and had a blast while y'all were there.......

 

Phil-Aleta Goebel posted on 12/5/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We are so sorry!

 

 

Linda Jones posted on 12/5/17

You were always so loving and never met a stranger. Rest in peace

 

 

Nicole Dalton posted on 12/5/17

I love you justin,he will be missed..praying for his family,I know he loved Jesus,we use to talk all the time about church,He liked Living Water Alot! He loves Jesus and Jesus loves him..He was one of the sweetest guys I've ever met...love you buddy

 

patricia Gosnell & family posted on 12/5/17

We are all going to miss Brett he was A good person to every one and A good father

 

patricia Gosnell & family posted on 12/5/17

We will miss you Brett you were A good person to every one and A good father

 

Susan Knox posted on 12/5/17

You were always great to be around and treated everyone well and appreciated what others did. You will be greatly missed. My sympathy is with his children and family.

 

Joe, Gwen & Kaitlyn Martin posted on 12/5/17

All of our hearts ache. May the strength be found and the wonderful memories we shared with Brett comfort you.

 

Jeanine McClure posted on 12/5/17

Ashley and girls: I am so heart broken over this. Please remember my hugs, thoughts and prayers are always with you

 

Hayden and Robin McGlamery posted on 12/5/17

May memories of Brett and the love of family surround you all and give you strength in the days ahead. <3

 

April King posted on 12/5/17

Dustin, Austin and I are so sorry for your loss. Brett was a outstanding uncle and loved by many!

 

Charles and Cherie Price posted on 12/5/17

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

 

 

Dee palmet posted on 12/5/17

You were always smiling and if you saw me and the boys you always spoke.peace to your family...

 

H.E. and Nellie Wilkie posted on 12/5/17

Praying for God's comfort to the family. We will miss our visits with her. I'm thankful that Jesus made a way to see our loved ones again.

 

Athena Whitaker posted on 12/5/17

Rob and I are so very sorry to hear of Brett's passing. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Marcia and Ron Blaine posted on 12/5/17

Ashley, Ron and I are broken hearted for you and the girls. We are covering you in prayers and will continue to do so. Love you...

 

Lori Odum Harris posted on 12/4/17

Justin and I were great friends growing up and I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. He was such a kind, funny, and genuine person. I will never forget his laugh. Love you to all in this difficult time.

 

 

Michele posted on 12/4/17

He liked coming to Ormond by the Sea

 

Willard L. Phillips posted on 12/4/17

Sad to hear of a precious neighbor.s death. May GOD comfort the entire Family during the days ahead.

 

Helen Osteen posted on 12/4/17

I am so sorry for your loss. We will keep all of the family in our prayers

 

 

Justin&Hallie Farner posted on 12/4/17

Justin and Hallie Farmer. RIP brother you will be missed by many.. you was a wonderful guy

 

Barbara Fisher Arrowood posted on 12/3/17

Sorry for your loss

 

Barbara Fisher Arrowood posted on 12/3/17

So sorry for your loss.

 

LOIS SHIPMAN WYNN posted on 12/3/17

BILLY, PEGGY AND SARAH, I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR MOM'S PASSING. PRAYING FOR ALL OF YOU.

 

Sherrie Davis posted on 12/3/17

I sure am gonna miss your smiling face. May you rest in peace my friend. Praying for you and your family

 

Amber Phillips posted on 12/3/17

My heart breaks for you. I'm hoping you can find some comfort in the love that surrounds you.

 

Brian and Ellen Henry posted on 12/3/17

So sorry for your family's loss at this time We wish words could take away the pain. but know they can't. May God bless you all.

 

 

Dell, Bow, Peggy, Cindy and Billy The Gwaltney Fanily posted on 12/3/17

Your sweet and kind ways will always be remembered.

 

Ryan posted on 12/3/17

Sorry for your loss

 

Carolyn Babb posted on 12/3/17

Seeing you and your brother play in front of our house on skateboards with our grandsons you and TJ were our adopted grandsons We love you and will miss you so much R.I.P Justin

 

Angie Hensley Jenkins posted on 12/2/17

There are no words that I can say to take away your sorrow and heartache but praying that God gives you strength. Another Angel in Heaven! I look forward to the day we will be reunited with our mothers. God bless! Love to you all.

 

 

Robert Brown & Leslie posted on 12/2/17

I miss you Mom but, I know we will see you again In heaven, No more sorrw and No more pain. Praise Jesus

 

Kathleen Vard, Talbots- Hendersonville posted on 12/1/17

On this day, December 1, 2017, as we honor and celebrate the life and memory of dear Mollie, let us all remember her warmth, style and joie de vivre. She will be forever missed by so many. xox

 

Nancy jervis posted on 12/1/17

Sending heart felt and deepest sympathy to Jesse and family. I remember Wanda as a kind and caring lady. May you find comfort and peace in God's promises and love. Peace and love. Nancy Jervis

 

Gary Hills posted on 11/30/17

Dear Jerry and family, we are so sorry to hear of Aunt Mollie having passed. What a character she was! We all enjoyed her sweet personality and most of all her sense of humor, as you know! When our son was sick a few years ago Aunt Mollie said she was praying so hard for him and lighting so many candles that she was afraid she was going to burn down the church! Now we get to pray and try to burn down our church for you! Love, Gary and Gina

 

Vickie Wyatt posted on 11/30/17

So sorry to hear that Cathy had passed away my hear and prayers go out to the family. Cathy was always a joy to be around.

 

Donna Bedsole posted on 11/29/17

Roseann, Abe, Krystal. Isaac. I was so saddened to hear that Kathy had passed away. Remember the good times and know you were loved. She will be missed. Love to all of you.

 

Linda & Jim Nelson posted on 11/29/17

Sally was a kind and loving member of our extended family. We will miss her Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

 

Jo Ann Fain posted on 11/29/17

So sorry for us that she has passed, but know that God has warmly welcomed her. It certainly is our loss but Heaven's gain. I first met Sally thru our church, but she was always at our Veterans Event each year just waiting to help. Many thanks to Roy too for being a part of our program. I would also see her at Forest Lawn for those Veteran events. She showed her love for God and also her patriotism. I too will carry with me her smiles, hugs and sweet spirit. I will not forget her. Blessings to Roy and family and may your memories help with your loss.

 

Anne R. Phillips posted on 11/29/17

My thoughts and prayers to all the family. I think of the good times, meals, and conversations we shared. Susan was always upbeat and encouraged us all. I think of the countless lives she touched and sacrifices she made for children in the WS/FCS system. No greater love. May God grant peace and comfort.

 

Anne and Bob Gilbert posted on 11/29/17

Sally was the first person to welcome us into the neighborhood. She was a sweet kind lady and we will miss her kind ways and that beautiful sweet smile that she shared with everyone. Sally always had a kind word to say and her belief in Christ showed in the way she lived out her life. She will be missed, but no more suffering for her.

 

Teresa Combs posted on 11/28/17

Susan was such a sweet person and friend! I always enjoyed talking with her and laughing with her. She was a wonderful asset to the WSFCS as well as to my list of friends. She will be so missed. I will keep her family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Sheila Royal posted on 11/28/17

Susan was such an asset to the clinical social work community. Always with the best interest of those she served in mind, she did a marvelous job of working with children and families. She was a caring friend, witty and had a marvelous sense of humor. She will be much missed by the community and will not be forgotten by her friends or those she served in her professional capacity. So sorry for your loss. Much love and immense peace to you.

 

Robin and Ruth Moore posted on 11/28/17

You are in our thoughts and prayers as you deal with this loss.

 

 

Sis Bowles posted on 11/28/17

Prayers to the family of Sally

 

Larry and Christy Casavant posted on 11/28/17

Larry and I are very saddened to know of Sally's poor health over the years and now her departure to heaven. We have many fond memories of Sally with her infectious smile every time we saw her in our neighborhood, even as she would come right up to our barking Sheltie when others were afraid to do so. She calmed her right down, just as she did so many of us just with her presence. Now she is in the presence of our Lord and so we pray for Roy and the family during this grieving time. May God's love and our prayers be of comfort to all and thank you for including us in the wonderful anniversary celebration. A special time and special memory.

 

Rachel Jolly posted on 11/28/17

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. May peace be with you all.

 

J.Y. SMITH posted on 11/26/17

TO THE FAMILY OF ELLA LEE GOINS. I AM SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MAY OUR HEAVENLY FATHER JEHOVAH GOD AND HIS SON CHRIST JESUS BRING YOUR FAMILY COMFORT DURING THIS TIME OF LOSS AND SADNESS. 2 CORINTHIANS 1:3,4. THEIR DESIRE IS TO REUNITE US WITH OUR DECEASED LOVED AGAIN BY MEANS OF A RESURRECTION TO LIFE HERE ON A BEAUTIFUL PARADISE EARTH WHERE SICKNESS, PAIN AND DEATH WILL BE A THING OF THE PAST. JOHN 5:28,29; ACTS 24:15; REVELATION 21:3-5 & PSALMS 37:10,11, & 29. CONTINUE TO CHERISH THE MEMORIES OF YOUR LOVED ONE UNTIL THAT TIME. PLEASE ACCEPT MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES. J.Y. SMITH

 

J.Y. SMITH posted on 11/26/17

TO THE FAMILY OF SUSAN PAXTON WORRELL. I AM SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. PLEASE KNOW THAT OUR HEAVENLY FATHER JEHOVAH GOD UNDERSTANDS YOUR SUFFERING AND HE CARES ABOUT YOU AS HE TOO EXPERIENCED THE DEATH OF HIS SON CHRIST JESUS. 2 CORINTHIANS 1:3,4. THEIR DESIRE IS TO REUNITE US WITH OUR DECEASED LOVED AGAIN BY MEANS OF A RESURRECTION TO LIFE HERE ON A BEAUTIFUL PARADISE EARTH WHERE SICKNESS, PAIN AND SORROW WILL BE NO MORE. REVELATION 21:3-5; JOHN 5:28,29; ACTS 24:15; &. PSALMS 37:10,11, 29. MAY YOU CHERISH THE MEMORIES THAT YOU HAVE OF YOUR LOVED ONE UNTIL THAT TIME. PLEASE ACCEPT MY SINCERE SYMPATHIES. J.Y. SMITH. JW.org

 

Carl Taylor posted on 11/24/17

Death leaves a heartache that no one can heal . Love leaves a memory that no one can steal .

 

Carl Taylor posted on 11/24/17

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal .Love leaves a memory that no one can steal .

 

Linda A Mathewson posted on 11/24/17

Dear Vicki, Mark and Tracy, We, Linda Mathewson and Julie Abrahamowicz, are so very sad to hear of the passing of your Mom and your Dad. We were such long time friends from the Beauty Shop, St. Anthony's and the East Side neighborhood. We both always admired the wonderful way your Mom went about greeting each season with appropriate decorations and cookies! She was a gem and your Dad such a gentleman. We think about all the Musials every time we drive by your house on Cleveland Blvd. We send our sincere sympathy and love to you all. Linda Veroni Mathewson and Julie Abrahamowicz (and Amy too)

 

Sharon Dillon Kopronica posted on 11/23/17

My sincere condolences to the family; My Mom and Dad were good friends, and Dad's worked together, they were James and Betty Dillon good times.

 

Susan Simsic Day posted on 11/23/17

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Rosemary was a wonderful, kind and generous person. My father, her Uncle John, thought the world of her, as did everyone in the family. My deepest sympathy to all of you.

 

Randy Gibbs posted on 11/21/17

So sorry to here about buddy I looked up to him he was a good man ... husband and father. An example for all men he will be greatly missed!

 

Ginny Ferguson posted on 11/20/17

So many afternoons spent with great chats and coffee on shamrock drive. You will be missed by all of us. Love to you Jerry and all the Family Ginny, Heather, Josh and Mishka (aka Molly 1)

 

 

Arianna Cowan posted on 11/20/17

Austin was a friend you could count on and was my shoulder to cry on I could always count on him to be there and I will miss him very much

 

Joan Barilari posted on 11/16/17

We were so very sorry to hear of your loss Judy. You were certainly Buddy's rock and beloved care giver. May he rest in God's love and peace...The Barilari family

 

Rick and Deena Harris posted on 11/16/17

Our dearest Judy, we are so sorry about Buddy's passing, but he is now in a better place. My God keep you strong in this next phase of your life. We love you. Rick and Deena Harris

 

Jerry & Pat Young posted on 11/16/17

Judy and Family, Pat and I are sorry we were unable to get to the funeral. Buddy brings back fond memories of our youth. He and Sonny were always trying to "help" the younger cousins. I loved it. I am thankful he was in my life.

 

Joanne Jecker McCraw posted on 11/15/17

Dear Gibbs family, so very sorry for your loss. You will be in my prayers now and in the days and weeks to come.

 

Michelle Dalton Simpson posted on 11/15/17

Judy, Christy, and Mark I'm so sorry for your loss. I have so many fond memories of being at your home growing up. I pray that God gives you the strength to carry him forward. I love you all. Michelle Dalton Simpson

 

Francine Holmes Taddei posted on 11/15/17

Judy, I am so terribly sorry to hear of Buddy's passing. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God's grace surround all of you with peace at this most difficult time.

 

Earl & Peggy Jackson posted on 11/15/17

Judy and family. So sorry for your loss, but we know Buddy is with the Lord and completely healed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Buddy was at one time our SS teacher, and was an excellent teacher.

 

Glenda Arve posted on 11/15/17

My sincere condolence to you Judy and all of Buddy's family. I want to be there for the services but for various reasons I cannot and I want you to know how much I regret that. I will always have a special love for Buddy. He visited me in California when he was in the Air Force and I lived there. My Mother Mary Ruth was close to Buddy's Mother when they all lived in Florida.

 

Bridgett Masters posted on 11/15/17

Susan and Larry, Hugs and prayers to you and your family, may God continue to give comfort