Category Archives: MEMORIES

A Tribute to a Father

I want to express my deepest sympathy to the Epps family and the Estep’s too. I have always had the highest regard for Butch. His presence on this earth will be missed by me.  I have been praying for him … Continue reading

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It’s a Matter of Trust

  It has taken me awhile to be able to put my sadness into words. Here recently as we all know, we lost ‘Billy boy’ as I fondly called him. Way back when I was a young girl trying to … Continue reading

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My Neighbor

Matthew 19:19 Honour thy father and thy mother: and, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. I have been very saddened by the death of my neighbor Gary Hiatt, who finished his days this past Saturday morning. The last time … Continue reading

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Loosing Those We Love

John 11:35 Yahushua wept. When Yahushua therefore saw Mary weeping over the death of her brother and the Jews also weeping which came with her, Yahushua groaned in the spirit, and was troubled. He asked where they had lain Lazarus? … Continue reading

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A Memoriam Letter ~ Remembering Thomas Bates

Greetings Bruce and Debra, Ever since I became filled with the spirit of our Beloved, I can’t seem to see the since in sympathy cards at the loss of our loved ones while we are in the interim awaiting the … Continue reading

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“Sleep well Rebecca-Ruth”

To all my family who are crying: This is how I work my way through death, is writing about my feelings and my thoughts. Please bear with me. In times like this, I am reminded of the 23rd Psalm where … Continue reading

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MEMORIES of Shirley

I was a CNA at the time when my mother-n-law Shirley was very ill. Somehow, I knew that morning before we even left for the hospital, she in an ambulance and my father-n-law and I off , each in our … Continue reading

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