Mays, Fern

September 16, 1942 - January 20, 2013

Coeburn VA. Fern Mays passed away January 20, 2013 Mountain View Regional Hospital. Arrangements are private. ,Gilliam F...

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Mullins, Chester

March 17, 1923 - March 20, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Chester A. Mullins 87 passed away Saturday (Mar. 20, 2010) at Wellmont Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big ...

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Begley, Walter

October 31, 1949 - April 22, 2010

East Stone Gap, Va. Walter Ryburn Begley 69 passed away at Bristol Regional Medical Center, Bristol, Tn. Tuesday (March...

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Ashley, Damon Allen

October 22, 1972 - February 9, 2013

Appalachia, VA Damon Allen Ashley 40 passed away at his home in Appalachia, VA Saturday (Feb. 9, 2013).,,He was formerl...

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Mosley, Felecia

March 27, 1965 - March 12, 2010

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Johnson, Bertie

October 16, 1926 - March 26, 2010

Appalachia, Va. Bertie Lee Johnson 83 passed away Friday (Mar. 26, 2010) at Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap, Va. ...

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Lambert, Tony Nicholas

November 23, 1942 - January 17, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA Tony Nicholas Lambert, Sr. 70 passed away (Jan. 17, 2013) at Heritage Hall Health Care Big Stone Gap. ...

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Reed, Mary Joan

April 3, 1932 - January 17, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Mary Joan Reed 80 passed away Thursday (Jan. 17, 2013) at her residence in Big Stone Gap. She attend...

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Nora, Conn

March 28, 1933 - May 14, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Nora Conn 77 passed away Friday (May 14, 2010) at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap. She w...

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Buchanan, Guy

June 1, 1938 - May 18, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Guy W....

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Filyaw, Mary

February 11, 1935 - March 30, 2010

Appalachia, Va Mary Filyaw passed away Tuesday (March 30, 2010) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap, Va. She...

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Dinsmore, Mildred

June 1, 1930 - April 28, 2010

Mildred Doris Short Dinsmore, Age 79, of Big Stone Gap, VA, formerly of Keokee, VA, went home to be with Jesus, Tuesday,...

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Hurd, Claude

January 28, 1939 - April 9, 2010

Claude Herman Hurd, 71 formerly of Big Stone Gap, Va. passed away Friday (April 9, 2010) at Alvin C. York Va. Medical ...

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Rutherford, Gladys

September 26, 1930 - August 17, 2010

Gladys V. Rutherford, 79 of Big Stone Gap, Went to be with the Lord on August 17, 2010 surrounded by her family. She was...

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Carico, Vivian

July 11, 1925 - August 30, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Vivian Kathleen Carico, 85 passed away peacefully at her home on Monday, August 30, 2010 after being...

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Slemp, Ivan

June 28, 1945 - August 31, 2010

Deep Springs, Va./Mount Vernon, Ky. Ivan K. Slemp 65 passed away Tuesday (Aug 31, 2010) in Lake Cumberland Regional Hos...

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Diets, Joe

October 31, 1949 - April 2, 2010

Joe Franklin Diets (60) of Big Stone Gap, VA, passed away on April 2, 2010 from injuries sustained in an automobile acci...

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Mitchell, Illinoise

January 22, 1911 - August 24, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Illinoise Tucker Mitchell 99 entered into Heavenly Rest on Tuesday (August 24, 2010) at her resident....

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Riddle, Bobby

February 23, 1964 - July 2, 2010

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Carroll, James

October 29, 1955 - May 23, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. James Ernest...

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Akens, Jr, Jess

March 3, 1933 - May 8, 2010

Big Stone Gap, VA. Jess Lynn Akens, Jr. 77 passed away at his residence in Big Stone Gap, Saturday (May 8, 2010). He was...

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Garrett, Lonnie

July 20, 1932 - July 26, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Lonnie...

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Bowen, Dani

January 13, 1949 - April 30, 2010

Bristol, Va. Dani Elaine Smith Bowen went home to be with the Lord on April 25, 2010 with her loved ones by her side. S...

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Terry, Margaret

August 4, 1945 - August 19, 2010

Big Stone Gap, VA. Margaret R. Terry 65 died August 24, 2010 suddenly at her home. Margaret was a native of Wise Co. an...

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Plaster, Billy

January 22, 1930 - July 30, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Billy Plaster 80 passed away Friday (July 30, 2010) at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap. ...

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Feaster, John

October 19, 1940 - July 7, 2010

Big Stone Gap, John Feaster 69 passed away at his residence in Big Stone Gap, Wednesday July 7, 2010. He was of the Ba...

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Neeley, James

October 8, 1955 - June 14, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. James Alex Neeley 54 passed away Monday (June 14, 2010) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap...

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Seals, Kathleen

June 3, 1934 - June 4, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Kathleen...

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Swiney, Gladys

December 5, 1926 - July 30, 2010

Andover, VA, Gladys Thompson Swiney passed into eternity at her home in Andover after a long illness on July 30, 2010. ...

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Kleineick, Dorothy

January 23, 1922 - August 15, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Dorothy Collier Kleineick, 88, of Big Stone Gap, Died Sunday, August 15, 2010 at Wellmont Lonesome Pine H...

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Perry, Margaret Elaine

July 26, 1955 - August 19, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Margaret Elaine Perry 55 passed away at Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap, Thursday, (Aug. 19, 2010)....

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Wade, Thomas

January 23, 1954 - May 20, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Thomas Jeffery Wade 56 passed away Thursday (May 20, 2010) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsp...

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Roberson, Sandra

March 27, 1947 - May 31, 2010

Sandra Kay Mullins Roberson, 63, was born on March 27 of 1947. She fought a fierce battle against an agressive brain tum...

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Smith, Lonnie

January 4, 1963 - June 4, 2010

Exeter,Va. Lonnie Wayne Smith 47 passed away in Norton, Va. Friday (June 4, 2010). He was a former Logger for Kyle Wa...

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Hobbs, Billy Ray

January 4, 1945 - June 5, 2010

Exeter, Va Billy Ray Hobbs 65 passed away at the Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap Saturday (June 5, 2010). He was ...

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Jones, Jimmie

November 16, 1923 - September 10, 2010

Jimmie Lee Jones, 86, of Big Stone Gap, VA departed this life on Friday, September 10, 2010 at Bristol Regional Medical ...

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Hubbard, Charlotte

May 4, 1941 - September 11, 2010

Charlotte Snodgrass Hubbard, 69, of Derby, VA died Saturday, September 11, 2010, at Holston Valley Hospital, Kingsport, ...

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Cooper, Patty

November 28, 1973 - September 14, 2010

East Stone Gap, Va. Patty Ann Cooper 36 passed away Tuesday (Sept. 14, 2010) at the Bristol Regional Medical Center, Br...

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Creech, Ernestine

May 26, 1922 - September 13, 2010

Lexington, Ky. Ernestine Creech 88. Today we rejoice in the knowledge she is with her Savior and beloved husband, Glen. ...

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Smith, Darryl

November 2, 1964 - September 16, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Darryl Lee Smith 45 , born November 2, 1964, passed away Thursday (Sept. 16, 2010). Darryl passed p...

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Bloomer, Francesca

August 24, 1974 - September 20, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Francesca Annette Bloomer 36 passed away Monday (Sept. 20, 2010) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big ...

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Warf, Claude

June 9, 1920 - October 9, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Claude Elmer Warf 90 passed away Saturday (Oct 9, 2010) at Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsport T...

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Mongle, Samuel

February 29, 1948 - October 10, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Samuel A. Mongle 62 passed away Sunday (October 10, 2010) at Norton Community Hospital. He has been a...

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Kern, Addie

July 25, 1920 - October 21, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Linda K....

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Barnes, Artense

January 17, 1913 - October 23, 2010

Dateline Big Stone Gap Mrs. Artense Lewis Barnes, age 97, passed away Saturday, October 23, 2010. She was born Januar...

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Meade, Sarah

April 28, 1916 - October 25, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Sarah Meade 94 passed away Monday (Oct 25, 2010) at Lee Regional Medical Center, Pennington Gap, Va....

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Vocke, Wilma

August 18, 1935 - October 28, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Wilma Jean Vocke 75 passed away Thursday (Oct. 28, 2010) at Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsport...

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Sarver, Patricia Joyce

May 16, 1932 - November 4, 2010

Appalachia, Va. Patricia Joyce Sarver 78 passed away at Indian Path Medical Center in Kingsport, Tn. She was a dietiti...

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Dickenson, Jordan

September 1, 1984 - November 12, 2010

Wise, Va. Jordan Todd Dickenson 26 passed away Friday (Nov 12, 2010) at Mountain View Regional Medical Center, Norton,...

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Whiteaker, Charles

February 27, 1940 - November 23, 2010

Charles Edward Whiteaker, Jr., 70 who was born February 27, 1040 in Benham, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday, November 23, ...

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Moore, Otto

June 3, 1922 - November 28, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Otto...

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Wells, Kenneth

November 25, 1951 - December 2, 2010

Appalachia, Va. Kenneth David Wells 59 passed away peacefully at his home, Thursday (Dec 2, 2010). He was preceded in d...

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Ayers, Rose

May 6, 1944 - December 7, 2010

Big Stone Gap, VA. Rose Mary Ayers 66 formerly of Rio Vista, CA/ passed away on Tuesday (Dec 7, 2010) at Holston Valle...

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Dulaney, Jack

October 29, 1939 - December 17, 2010

Dateline Murfreesboro, TN Jack E. Dulaney, 71 formerly of Big Stone Gap, passed away at Middle Tennessee Medical Center,...

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Richardson, Annie

March 24, 1947 - December 22, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Annie Richardson passed away Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010. All arrangements are private. Those wishing to mak...

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Bailey, Kathy

May 26, 1957 - January 2, 2011

Jonesville, Va. Kathy Bailey, 53, died at her residence on Jan. 2, 2011. She was a life-long resident of Lee County. Ms....

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Lambert, Steven

November 23, 1964 - January 1, 2011

Big Stone Gap, VA. Steven Todd Lambert, 46 passed away at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap, Va. Saturday (Ja...

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Bush, Estelle

September 24, 1915 - January 16, 2011

Flat Lick, Ky/ Big Stone Gap, Va. Estelle Jane Bush 95 passed away Sunday (Jan. 16, 2011) at her residence in Flat Lic...

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Whitt, Winifred

May 22, 1921 - January 11, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Winifred Dixon Whitt, age 89, passed away Tuesday (Jan 11, 2011) at Wellmont Lonesome Pine Hospital,...

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Taylor, Jimmie Pete

August 2, 1931 - December 4, 2010

Somerset, Ky. Jimmie (Pete) Taylor 79 year of age passed away after a long-term illness. He was born in Big Stone Gap, ...

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Hartsock, Lawrence

March 17, 1952 - October 15, 2010

Dryden, Va. Lawrence Wayne Hartsock 58 passed away at the Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap, Friday (October 15, 201...

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Reece, Essie

August 7, 1922 - September 24, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Essie Cleo Reece 88 passed away Friday (Sept 24,2010) at Heritage Hall Health Care, Big Stone Gap, V...

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Gilliam, Jerry

February 27, 1947 - September 19, 2010

Bristol/Big Stone Gap, Va. Jerry Gilliam 63 passed away Sunday (Sept 19, 2010) at his residence in Bristol, VA. He had l...

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Page, George

January 27, 1933 - April 14, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. George Miller Page 78 went to be with the Lord Thursday (April 14, 2011) after an extended illness a...

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Wolfe, Joseph Joe

September 15, 1925 - May 27, 2011

Big Stone Gap, VA. Joseph S....

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Shelton, George

December 23, 1916 - March 27, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. George Shelton 95 went to be with the Lord Sunday (March 27, 2011) at his residence in Big Stone Ga...

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Nida, Robin

February 14, 1964 - March 31, 2010

Big Stone Gap, Va. Robin Colleen Nida 47 passed away Thursday (March 31, 2011) at her residence. She was of the Chris...

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Rhoten, Frances

September 14, 1934 - April 3, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Frances Marie Rhoten 76 passed away at her residence Sunday (April 3, 2011). She was of the Baptist ...

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Parsons, Marvin

October 31, 1973 - April 18, 2011

Appalachia, Va. Marvin B. Bit Parsons 37 loving husband, Dad, Brother and devoted Son, passed away Monday (April18, ...

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Miller, Hobert

December 27, 1927 - April 15, 2011

Hobert Miller passed away, April 15, 2011, in Hillsboro Ohio. Arrangements are private....

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Taylor, Danna

December 10, 1941 - May 6, 2011

Duffield, Va. Danna R. Taylor 69 passed away at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap, Va. Friday (May 6, 2011). ...

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Myers, George Bill

April 20, 1927 - May 13, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. George W....

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Doe, Angela Dale Dennison

October 9, 1966 - May 19, 2011

Big Stone Gap, VA - Angela Dale Dennison Doe, 44, passed away Thursday (May 19, 2011) at Johnson City Medical Center, J...

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Moore, Evelyn

December 15, 1922 - January 16, 2011

Appalachia, Va. Evelyn Moore, 88 passed away Sunday (January 16, 2011) at Holston Valley Medical Center., Kingsport, Tn....

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Gilley, Robert

November 4, 1934 - January 20, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Robert Lester Gilley 76 went to be with the Lord Thursday (Jan.20, 2011) at the Lonesome Pine Hospit...

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Peters, Talmadge Tad

May 19, 1919 - January 21, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Talmadge (Tad) Peters 91 passed away Friday (Jan. 21, 2011) at his residence in Big Stone Gap. He ...

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Lewis, Shirley

July 21, 1937 - January 24, 2011

Hometown, Illinois /Big Stone Gap, Va. Shirley Lewis 73 passed away Monday (Jan.24, 2011) at the Concord Nursing & R...

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Gilliam, Harold

December 29, 1927 - January 31, 2011

Bristol/Big Stone Gap, Va. Harold Edward Gilliam 83 passed away Monday (Jan. 31, 2011) at the Johnston Memorial Hospital...

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Reece, Jr, John

March 6, 1957 - February 2, 2011

Dryden, Va. John W. Reece, Jr. passed away Wednesday (Feb. 2, 2011) at the Johnson City Medical Center in Johnson City,...

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Collier, Randy

May 3, 1954 - February 2, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Randy...

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Sandt, Rebecca

January 1, 1970 - January 31, 2011

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Castle, James

March 28, 1946 - February 17, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. James Ronnie Castle 64 passed away Thursday (Feb 17, 2011) at his residence in Big Stone Gap. He was...

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Adams, Martha

March 18, 1941 - February 20, 2011

East Stone Gap, Va. Martha Faye Adams 69 passed away Sunday (Feb 20, 2011) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in King...

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Kilgore, Eddie

March 12, 1950 - February 24, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Clarence...

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Carter, Mary

January 30, 1925 - February 26, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Mary Lucille Carter 85 has gone to be with our Lord and to be reunited with husband, Paul Carter on ...

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Greiffin, Paul

September 3, 1950 - March 5, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Paul D. Griffin 60 passed away Saturday (March 5, 2011) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone G...

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Ashmore, Sheila

January 22, 1946 - March 18, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va Sheila Owsley Ashmore born Jan. 22, 1946 went to be with the Lord on Fri. March 18, 2011. She pass...

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Cooper, Velton

November 2, 1927 - June 2, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Velton Cooper, 83, passed away early Thursday (June 2, 2011) morning at the home of his son, Kenneth...

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Walters, Lawrence

February 17, 1927 - March 28, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Lawrence Alfred Walters 84 passed a way Monday (March 28, 2011) at the Bristol Regional Med. Center,...

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Calhoun, Lily

May 1, 1931 - April 28, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Lily Calhoun 79 passed away Thursday (April 28, 2011) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap. ...

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Giles, Edward Eddy

August 10, 1946 - May 10, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Edward (Eddy) Dwight Giles 64 passed away Tuesday (May 10, 2011) at Wellmont Holston Valley Hospital,...

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Buckles, Artency Tency

March 1, 1927 - June 3, 2011

Big Stone Gap, VA. Artency...

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Pendleton, John

October 4, 1936 - June 19, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. John Allen Pendleton, 74, passed away Sunday (June 19, 2011) at Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsp...

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Ballengee, Glen

September 7, 1942 - July 20, 2011

Glen Ballengee, 68, formerly of Big Stone Gap, passed away September 20, 2011 at his home in Haughton, LA. Military grav...

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Flanary, Millard

February 16, 1931 - July 31, 2011

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McElyea, Ada

August 5, 1923 - August 5, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Ada Lona McElyea Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is above rubies. She looketh well ...

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Owens, Arthur

April 23, 1944 - August 11, 2011

Detroit, Michigan, Arthur E. Owens 67 passed away at the Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsport, Tn. Thursday (August...

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Begley, P Boose

July 2, 1958 - August 31, 2011

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Caudill, Glenna

May 22, 1954 - September 19, 2011

Big Stone Gap, VA. Glenna Mae Caudill 57 passed away, after a courageous battle with cancer at Holston Valley Hospital ...

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Anderson, Roney Yank

November 9, 1947 - September 19, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Roney G....

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Waters, Buna

September 2, 1915 - September 18, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Buna Johnson Waters 96 passed away at Heritage Hall in Big Stone Gap, Sunday (Sept 18, 2011). She w...

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McCarthur, James

February 1, 1962 - September 16, 2011

Big Stone Gap James W McCarthur passed away Friday, Sept. 16, 2011, after an extended illness. He will be sadly missed...

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Robertson, Roy

March 17, 1928 - September 23, 2011

Big Stone Gap, VA. Roy Clay Robertson passed away Friday, September, 23, 2011 at Lonesome Pine Hospital. Roy was born on...

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Gibson, Tara

November 29, 1979 - September 26, 2011

Appalachia, Va. Tara Lea Gibson 31 passed away at Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap. She was a lifelong resident o...

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Blair, Gabriella

May 3, 2009 - June 5, 2011

Dryden, Va. On Sunday morning, June 5, 2011, just before dawn, angels were sent from heaven to bring Gabriella Elise Bla...

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Taylor, Kenneth (Rod)

October 10, 1929 - September 30, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Kenneth (Rod) Taylor 81 passed away Friday (Sept 30, 2011) at Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsp...

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Helwig, Jerome

December 3, 1942 - September 27, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Jerome Jerry Helwig of the Duffield community passed away Tuesday, September 27, 2011. Arrangements are p...

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Myers, Tommy

March 13, 1951 - October 8, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Tommy Lee Myers 60 went to be with the Lord, Saturday (October 8, 2011). He had accepted Christ as h...

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Burgin, Ramond

August 7, 1934 - October 8, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Ramond Burgin, 77, passed away on October 8, 2011 after an extended stay at Holston Valley Hospital,...

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Wilson, Charles

January 13, 1939 - November 30, 2011

Charles Roger Wilson, 72, passed away Wednesday, November 30th 2011. Roger was a U.S. Army veteran and later made a care...

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Brooks, James Randall

January 1, 1970 - December 9, 2011

Pennington Gap, Va. James Randall Brooks 76 passed away Friday (Dec 9, 2011) at the Lee Regional Medical Center in Penn...

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Jessee, Jerry A.

January 1, 1970 - December 11, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Jerry A. Jessee 84 passed away Sunday (Dec 11, 2011) at Heritage Hall Wise in Wise, Va. He was form...

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Payne, Mary M

August 1, 1942 - December 15, 2011

Big Stone Gap Mary Payne passed away Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011, at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap, VA. Grave...

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Harris, Edward Gene

March 27, 1935 - December 30, 2011

Big Stone Gap Edward Eugene (Gene) Harris, age 76, died Friday, December 30 at his residence in Corbin. He was born Ma...

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Skeen, James Cotton

February 4, 1925 - December 22, 2011

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Ayers, John

January 5, 1932 - January 5, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. John Louie Ayers, Jr.79 passed away Thursday (Jan 5, 2012) at his residence in Big Stone Gap. He ...

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Roberts, Daniel

March 5, 1991 - January 7, 2012

Dryden, Va. Daniel Roberts 20 passed away Saturday (Jan 7, 2012) in Pennington Gap, Va. He was of the Baptist Faith. ...

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Deaton, Allison

November 18, 1996 - January 9, 2012

Appalachia, Va. Allison Breann Deaton 15 passed away Monday (Jan. 9, 2012) at her residence. She attended Corner Stone ...

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Bryant, Boyd

March 2, 1929 - January 15, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Boyd Marshall Bryant 82 passed away Sunday (Jan. 15, 2012) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Ga...

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Carter, Juanita

April 15, 1932 - February 12, 2012

Duffield, VA. Sarah Juanita Carter 79 passed away at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap Sunday (Feb. 12, 2012)...

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Woodby, Susan

June 28, 1947 - February 18, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Susan Kay Woodby 64 passed away Saturday (Feb. 18, 2012) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in Kin...

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Ellis, Dewey

June 15, 1935 - February 25, 2012

Keokee, Va. Dewey Ellis 76 passed away at his residence Saturday (Feb. 25, 2012). He was a beloved husband, fa...

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Gardner, Mae

January 24, 1928 - March 4, 2012

Fayette, Alabama/Big Stone Gap, Va. Mae V. Gardner passed away Saturday (March 4, 2012) in Fayette Al. She had lived m...

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Dingus, Holly

July 29, 1970 - March 8, 2012

Bristol, Va./Big Stone Gap, Va. Holly Nicole Dingus passed away at her residence in Bristol Thursday (March 8, 2012). ...

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Holyfield, Christina

October 10, 1978 - October 26, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Christina Hutchinson Holyfield 33 of Big Stone Gap passed away Oct. 26, 2011 at her Residence. S...

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Vaughan, Steve

March 18, 1918 - November 4, 2011

Duffield, Va. Steve Albert Vaughan born March 19, 1918, 93 went home to be in the loving arms of the Lord on Friday Nov....

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Barker, Lynette

August 23, 1949 - November 22, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Lynette Barker 62 passed away at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap, Tuesday (Nov. 22, 2011)...

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Ashley, Susan

May 23, 1965 - November 23, 2011

Big Stone Gap, Va. Susan Elise Ashley 46 passed away Wednesday (Nov. 23, 2011) at Holston Valley Medical Center in King...

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Light, Ellen

September 12, 1926 - November 19, 2011

Ellen Marie (Napier) Light Hiltons, Va. Ellen Marie (Napier) Light 85 of Hiltons, Va. passed away Saturday (Nov. 19, ...

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Christian, Marion F Susie

November 8, 1926 - December 5, 2011

Appalachia, Va Marion Frances...

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Phillip, Head

May 20, 1939 - March 7, 2012

Phillip N. Head, Jr. of Big Stone Gap went home to be with the Lord Wednesday, March 7, 2012, at Johnson City Medical Ce...

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Shelton, Naomi

February 13, 1937 - October 29, 2011

Kingsport, TN/Big Stone Gap, Va. Naomi Pearcy Shelton 74 passed away at Wexford House in Kingsport, Tn Saturday (Oct....

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Craft, Peggy

February 24, 1941 - January 13, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Peggy Jo Craft 70 passed away at her residence in Artesian Well Hollow, Friday (Jan 13, 2012). She w...

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Hayes, Claire

April 27, 1941 - January 7, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Claire B. Hayes 70 went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ Saturday (Jan 7, 2012) at the Lo...

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Duff, Anna

May 24, 1930 - January 7, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Anna Rae Duff 81 formerly of Keokee and Wise passed away Saturday (Jan. 7, 2012) at Heritage Hall in...

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Wade, Jr, James K

August 31, 1972 - January 6, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. James (Jimmy) K. Wade, Jr. 39 of Big Stone Gap, Va passed away Friday (Jan 6, 2012). He was born on...

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Kern, Helen

June 6, 1925 - March 9, 2012

Jonesville VA, Mrs Helen Cawood Kern, of Sugar Run Road, passed away at her residence, March 9, 2012. Arrangements wil...

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Underwood, Delmar

June 15, 1920 - March 18, 2012

Delmar Lee Underwood of Wise, passed away Sunday, March 18, 2012 at Heritage Hall Health Care. Arrangements are private....

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Bush, Thomas

May 22, 1954 - March 17, 2012

THOMAS EARL BUSH Mr. Thomas Earl Bush 57, a long-term resident of Appalachia, VA departed this life on Saturday, M...

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Lowe, Diann

January 26, 1943 - April 7, 2012

Castlewood, VA. Diann Page O'Bryan Lowe 69 born January 26, 1943 and went home to be with the Lord on April 7, 2012 afte...

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Phillips, Jwantana

March 8, 1955 - April 8, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Jwantana Phillips 57 passed away Sunday (April 8, 2012) at her home in Big Stone Gap. She attended ...

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McElyea, George

April 6, 1955 - April 15, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. George Roger McElyea 57 passed away Sunday (April 15, 2012) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone...

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Begley, Clarence R

August 14, 1925 - April 15, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Clarence R. (Dee) Begley 86 passed away Sunday (April 15, 2012) at the James H. Quillen VAMC in Moun...

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Sturgill, Thomas

April 16, 1929 - April 27, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Thomas R. Sturgill 83 passed away Friday (April 27, 2012) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap...

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Hammett, Betty

January 26, 1929 - May 2, 2012

Betty Gilliam Hammett, 83, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 3, 2012, in Commerce, Georgia. She was born Januar...

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Barker, Ralph

March 11, 1933 - May 11, 2012

Kingsport, TN. Ralph Andrew Barker, Sr. 79 passed away Friday (May 11, 2012) at his home in Kingsport, TN. He was of t...

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Williams, Rhonda

March 6, 1947 - May 26, 2012

Dryden, VA. Rhonda Yvonne Williams 65 passed away Saturday (May 26, 2012) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in Kings...

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Vicars, Frances

January 1, 1970 - June 1, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Frances B. Vicars (Memaw) passed away Friday (June 1, 2012) at her residence in Big Stone Gap surrou...

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Williams, Daniel

January 22, 1949 - June 25, 2012

Appalachia, VA. Daniel Lewis Williams 63, died in the arms of his daughters and cousin-close friend Roger...

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Jones, Michael

April 2, 1956 - June 23, 2012

Appalachia, Va. Michael Anthony Jones 56 passed away Saturday (June 23, 2012) at Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingspor...

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McMahan, Nancy

February 23, 1941 - June 25, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Nancy Sue McMahan 71 passed away Monday (June 25, 2012) at her residence in Big Stone Gap. She was o...

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Ramey, Jessie

January 20, 1970 - June 30, 2012

Appalachia, VA. Jessie Clarence Ramey 42 passed away Saturday (June 30, 2012) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in K...

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Rasnick, James

January 13, 1927 - July 3, 2012

Hamilton/Big Stone Gap, Va. James P....

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O'Bryan, Hazel

March 3, 1918 - July 29, 2012

Hazel Page O...

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Back, Benjamin

March 5, 1955 - August 6, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Benjamin C. Back 57 passed away at the Mountain View Regional Medical Center in Norton, Va. Monday (...

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Fowler, Pearl

March 29, 1911 - August 11, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA Pearl H. Fowler passed away at her residence in Big Stone Gap, Saturday, August 11, 2012 at the age ...

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Mullins, Dorothy

September 29, 1929 - August 11, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Dorothy Mullins 82 passed away Saturday (August 11, 2012) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital Big Stone Ga...

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Wynn, Gary Keith

January 29, 1964 - August 12, 2012

Arrangements are incomplete at this time...

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Lawson, Judge

April 23, 1934 - April 4, 2012

Exeter Rev Judge Lawson 77, went to be with the Lord at his Son Ricky Lawson and daughter-in-law...

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Wells, Lemuel Bud

January 24, 1930 - April 8, 2012

Appalachia, VA. Lemuel Andrew...

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Fannon, Rebecca Becky

July 2, 1975 - May 25, 2012

Dryden, Va. Rebecca (Becky) Fannon 36 passed away Friday (May 25, 2012) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap....

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Sayers, Harold

November 20, 1926 - April 17, 2012

Oakboro, North Carolina, Harold Sayers, 85, passed away at his home on April, 17, 2012. Harold was a former resident o...

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Underwood, Margie

March 16, 1922 - May 20, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Margie Falin Underwood 90 passed away at her residence Sunday (May 20, 2012). She was of the Bapti...

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McCloud, Samuel

January 29, 1974 - July 11, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Samuel L. McCloud 38 passed away Wednesday (July 11, 2012) at his residence in Big Stone Gap. He wa...

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Bishop, Rev. James Conley jim

February 14, 1936 - November 25, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA/McPherson, KS Rev. James Conley (Jim) Bishop 76 passed away at 2:00 P.M., Sunday, November 25th at Hu...

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Elkins, Candace

January 12, 1971 - December 25, 2012

Roda, VA. On Christmas Day 2012 God chose his Christmas present when His Angels came and gathered Candace Elkins into t...

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Grant, Clara Joyce

March 20, 1934 - November 4, 2012

Appalachia, VA. Clara Joyce Grant 78 passed away Sunday (Nov. 4, 2012) at the Indian Path Medical Center, Kingsport, Tn...

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Couch, Arthur

March 24, 1941 - October 30, 2012

Dryden, Va. Arthur Couch 71 passed away Tuesday (Oct. 30, 2012) at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap. He was o...

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Witt, Joyce

February 20, 1923 - September 30, 2012

Joyce Witt, Big Stone Gap Joyce Ann Rowland Witt went home to rest in Jesus on Sunday, September 30, 2012. J...

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Hatfield, Susannah

February 12, 1940 - October 4, 2012

Derby, VA. Susannah Hatfield 72 passed away Thursday (Oct 4, 2012) at the Johnson City Medical Center, Johnson City, Tn...

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Hobbs, KatherineHamilton

November 10, 1936 - October 4, 2012

Katherine Hamilton Hobbs Big Stone Gap, VA...

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Collier, Lois

November 17, 1943 - October 7, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Lois Jean Collier 68 passed away Sunday (Oct 7, 2012) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport,...

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Russell, Garry

May 6, 1947 - October 9, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Garry Russell 65 passed away Tuesday (Oct 9, 2012) at his residence in Big Stone Gap. He was former...

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Pelfrey, Ernestine

November 13, 1942 - May 22, 1943

Rose Hill, VA. Ernestine...

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Pelfrey, Ernestine

May 22, 1943 - October 12, 2012

Rose Hill, VA. Ernestine...

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Collier, Clarence

April 26, 1931 - September 20, 2012

Wise, Va. Clarence Collier 81 passed away Thursday ( Sept. 20, 2012) at the Heritage Hall Health Care in Wise, Va. He ...

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Payne, Neil Joseph

May 6, 1924 - October 18, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Neil Joseph (Joe) Payne 88 passed away Thursday (Oct 18, 2012) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big...

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Hill, William Bill

February 24, 1950 - October 26, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. William Ray...

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Gibson, Patsy L.

November 19, 1943 - October 30, 2012

Norton, Va. Patsy L. Gibson 68 passed away Tuesday (Oct 30, 2012) at the Norton Community Hospital, Norton, Va. She wa...

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Ashley, Bennie Allen

February 16, 1946 - November 8, 2012

Appalachia, VA. Bennie Allen Ashley, 66, went home to be with Jesus, Thursday (Nov. 8, 2012) at Holston Valley Medical ...

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Flanary, Edward Allen

April 24, 1929 - November 17, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA Edward Flanary 83 passed away at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap Saturday (Nov. 17, 2012)...

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Peters, Edna R

June 8, 1941 - December 4, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Edna R. Peters 71 passed away Tuesday (Dec. 4, 2012) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap. ...

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Sloan, Ollie Gig

October 29, 1934 - September 10, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Ollie...

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Collins, Austin

December 11, 1995 - October 11, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA Austin Tyler Collins 16 passed away Thursday (Oct 11, 2012) at Knox County, TN. He was a life long r...

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Chandler, Billy Ray

November 6, 1950 - October 19, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Billy Ray Chandler, 61, passed away Friday, October 19, 2012 at Wellmont-Holston Valley Hospital in K...

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Sloan, Kenneth

June 28, 1933 - September 22, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA. Kenneth Ray Sloan 79 passed away Saturday (Sept. 22, 2012) at Mountain View Regional Medical Center ...

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Stidham, Kathleen

April 3, 1932 - August 12, 2012

Kingsport/Big Stone Gap, Kathleen G. Stidham 80 passed away Sunday (August 12, 2012) at Holston Valley Medical Center in...

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Collier, Don

August 6, 1951 - August 20, 2012

Big Stone Gap, VA Don G. Collier 61 passed away Monday (August 20, 2012) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingspo...

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Cox, Daniel

December 12, 1988 - August 21, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Daniel Ross Cox 23 passed away August 21, 2012 at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap...

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Flanders, Mary Molly

January 1, 1970 - July 5, 2012

Columbia, Missouri/Big Stone Gap, Va. Mary Molly Murphy Flanders, 62, passed away on July 5, 2012, in Columbia, Missour...

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Thompson, Herbert Chocolate

November 19, 1928 - September 8, 2012

Big Stone Gap, Va. Herbert...

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Elkins, Candace

January 12, 1971 - December 25, 2012

Roda, VA. On Christmas Day 2012 God chose his Christmas present when His Angels came and gathered Candace Elkins into t...

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Collier, Jessiee B.

February 24, 1928 - January 1, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Jessee Buford Collier 84 passed away Tuesday (Jan. 1, 2013) at the Indian Path Hospital in Kingsport...

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Fithian, Carla

September 29, 1969 - January 3, 2013

Big Stone Gap Carla Fithian passed away Thursday, Jan. 3, 2012, at her home in Big Stone Gap. She is survived by her ...

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Collins, Tom Lee

January 26, 1944 - January 10, 2013

Appalachia, VA. Tom Lee Collins 68 passed away Thursday (Jan. 10, 2013) at the Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsport...

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Johnson, Naomi C.

February 15, 1918 - January 11, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA Naomi C. Johnson 94 passed away Friday (Jan. 11, 2013) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap...

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Mullins, Betty

 - February 13, 2013

Allenhurst, GA/Big Stone Gap, VA. Betty Mullins passed away Wednesday (Feb 13, 2013) at the Memorial University Medica...

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Via, Lora Gwendolyn

 - February 16, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Lora Gwendolyn Via 84 passed away Saturday (Feb 16, 2013) at her residence in Big Stone Gap. Lora ...

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Mullins, Leroy

 - March 24, 2013

Dryden, VA. Leroy Mullins 69 passed away surrounded by his loving family Sunday (Feb 24, 2013) at the Johnson City Me...

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Patterson, Lyle

 - February 27, 2013

Big Stone Gap Lyle Patterson passed away, Feb. 27, 2013, at Heritage Hall Health Care. Arrangements are private...

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VanWinkle, Jessee J. "Rip"

 - March 6, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA Jessee James (Rip) VanWinkle 76, of the Seminary passed away Wednesday (March 6, 2013) after a long...

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Palmer, Ruby

 - March 9, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Ruby Palmer passed away Saturday (March 9, 2012) at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap. ...

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Parker, Lawrence Douglas

 - March 13, 2013

East Stone Gap, VA. Lawrence Douglas Parker 74 passed away Wednesday (Mar. 13, 2013) at the Wellmont Bristol Hospice ...

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Poteet, Helen

 - March 16, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Helen Poteet, 84, passed away suddenly on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at Holston Valley Medical Center....

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Honeycutt, Barbara Faye

 - March 17, 2013

Appalachia, VA. Barbara Faye (Hall) Honeycutt, 69, died at her home after a battle with cancer. She was a lifelong homem...

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Gilliam, Wesley Alan

 - March 21, 2013

Appalachia, VA. Wesley Alan Gilliam 2 years old passed away Thursday (March 21, 2013) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big ...

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Caudill, Judas Dee

 - March 22, 2013

Jasper, VA. Judas Dee Caudill 68 passed away Friday (March 22, 2013) at Bristol Regional Medical Center in Bristol, TN....

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Fletcher, George "Jack"

 - March 22, 2013

East Stone Gap, VA. George “Jack” Fletcher, born in Pardee, VA. on February 2, 1927 went to be with his Lord on Mar...

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Flanary, Ralph Carson

 - March 24, 2013

Kingsport, TN./Big Stone Gap, VA. Ralph Carson Flanary 81 passed away Sunday (March 24, 2013) at the Holston Valley Med...

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Etta J., Johnson

 - March 26, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Etta J. Johnson 73, passed away on Tuesday (March 26, 2013) at Holston Valley Medical Center,...

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Bush, Beatrice

 - April 8, 2013

Dateline Beavercreek OH / Big Stone Gap VA Beatrice Bush, Beatrice, age 91, of Beavercreek, OH, passed away on Mond...

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Short, James Daniel

May 2, 1936 - April 9, 2013

Appalachia, VA. James Daniel Short, Sr. 76 passed away at his residence in Appalachia. James served his country in the...

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Collins Jr, Carl J

March 25, 1935 - April 10, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Carl Joy Collins, Jr. 78 passed away Wednesday (April 10, 2013) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Sto...

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Rose II, Ronnie B

 - April 12, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Ronnie Buford Rose II 35 passed away Friday (April 12, 2013) at Bristol Regional Medical Center in ...

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Dennison, Harold Wayne

 - April 14, 2013

Norton, VA. Harold Wayne Dennison 68 passed away Monday (April 14, 2013) at his residence in Norton, VA. He was a coal m...

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Taylor, Shirley "Tootsie"

November 29, 1936 - April 16, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Shirley D. “Tootsie” Taylor 76 passed away Tuesday (April 16, 2013) at Holston Valley Medical Cen...

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Craig, Robert Earl

January 12, 1955 - April 16, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Robert Earl Craig 58 went to be with the Lord Tuesday (April 16, 2013) at Lonesome Pine Hospital, Bi...

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Gilliam, Walter

May 6, 1940 - May 3, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Walter Gilliam 72 passed away Friday (May 3, 2013) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport...

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Rollins, Sonya Klepper

 - May 1, 2013

Saint Petersburg, FL/Big Stone Gap, VA. Sonya Klepper-Rollins left this earth into the arms of God on May 1, 2013 in Sa...

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Marcum, Gloria Belle

 - May 29, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Gloria Belle Marcum 66 passed away at the Heritage Hall Health Care Center in Big Stone Gap on Wedne...

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Haynes Jr, Charles "Chuck"

 - June 25, 2013

Pittsburg, PA/ Appalachia, VA. Charles Jr. “Chuck” Haynes passed away June 25, 2013 at Allegheny General Hospital i...

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Bentley, Patricia Ann

September 25, 1944 - June 29, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Patricia Ann (Adams) Bentley 68 passed away at her home in the Southern Section of Big Stone Gap, wh...

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Parsons, Ambre Lorene

September 28, 1989 - July 4, 2013

Appalachia, VA. Amber Lorene Parsons 23 passed away at her residence in Appalachia Thursday (July 4, 2013). She attend...

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Davis, Glen Jessee

 - July 8, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Glen Jessee Davis 65 passed away Monday (July 8, 2013) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Ga...

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Slagle, Betty Pauline

April 2, 1934 - July 30, 2013

East Stone Gap, VA. On July 30, 2013, God called upon one of his angels to return home. Betty Pauline Slagle 79 of Eas...

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Bishop, Terry "Ghost"

October 10, 1952 - July 23, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Terry Jay “Ghost” Bishop, 60 went to be with the Lord July 23, 2013. He attended West End Bapti...

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Gilliam, Lenny D. "Buck"

June 12, 1957 - August 6, 2013

Appalachia, VA Lenny D.”Buck” Gilliam 56 passed away Tuesday (Aug 6, 2013) at the Huff Creek Mine near Holmes Mill,...

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Hopkins, Robert Wayne

February 2, 1971 - August 11, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Robert Wayne Hopkins 42 passed away Sunday (Aug. 11, 2013) at his residence in Big Stone Gap, VA. He ...

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Foley, William "Red" Robert

December 12, 1944 - August 27, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. William “Red” Robert Foley 68 passed away Tuesday (August 27, 2013) at Johnson City Medical Cent...

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Johnson, Dale J

 - August 31, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Dale J. Johnson passed away Saturday (Aug 31, 2013) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap. ...

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Warf, Orpha Lou

 - September 3, 2013

Etowah TN/Big Stone Gap, VA. Orpha Lou Warf, born September 22, 1922, went to be with the Lord for a great reunion with...

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Hensley, James Edward

March 1, 1929 - September 3, 2013

Panama City Beach, FL/Big Stone Gap, VA - James Edward Hensley, 84, born March 1, 1929 and passed away on Tuesday, Sep...

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Francis, Donald Gale

August 26, 1949 - September 16, 2013

Appalachia, VA. Donald Gale Francis 64 passed away Monday (Sept 16, 2013) at Mountain View Regional Medical Center in N...

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Rause, Edward Michael

March 12, 1937 - September 18, 2013

Big Stone Gap Edward Michael Rause, from the Seminary Community, passed away Sept 18, 2013. Final arrangements will be ...

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Tipton, Wilma Meadows

September 6, 1941 - September 21, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Wilma Meadows Tipton 72 passed away Saturday (Sept. 21, 2013) at her residence in Big Stone Gap. Sh...

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Garrison, Carolyn

October 11, 1945 - September 28, 2013

Appalachia, VA. Carolyn Garrison 67 passed away Saturday (Sept. 28, 2013) at her residence in Derby, VA. She was a mem...

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Sturgill, John Riley

September 26, 2013 - September 27, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. John Riley Sturgill newborn passed away Friday (Sept.27, 2013) at the University of Va. Medical Cent...

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Moore, Jr, Walter

January 23, 1956 - October 2, 2013

Wise, VA. Walter C. Moore, Jr.57 passed away Wednesday (October 2, 2013) at his residence in Wise. He was a coal miner,...

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Gardner, Emma Decima

August 25, 1936 - October 14, 2013

Roda/Big Stone Gap, VA. Emma Decima “Des” Gardner, 77, went to be with her heavenly father on Monday, October 14, 2...

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Brooks, Michael David

November 6, 1973 - October 16, 2013

East Stone Gap, VA. Michael David Brooks, Sr. 42 passed away Wednesday (Oct. 16, 2013) at his residence in East Stone G...

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Earley, Carliss V

February 14, 1926 - October 18, 2013

Marion, Virginia/Kingsport, Tennessee, Carliss V. Earley passed away Friday Oct. 18 at Asbury Place, Kingsport, Tenne...

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Miller, Jerry

September 14, 1949 - October 22, 2013

Wise VA Jerry Miller passed away at his residence Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013. He was the son of the late Cecil & Glad...

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Parsons, Bobbie Jean

June 12, 1961 - November 6, 2013

Appalachia, VA. Bobbie Jean Parsons 52 passed away at Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsport, TN. She was of the Bap...

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Glover, Thelma Jean

January 8, 1938 - November 16, 2013

Keokee, VA. Thelma Jean Glover, 75, passed away Saturday (Nov. 16, 2013) at Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsport,...

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Barker, Lelia

June 22, 1917 - November 25, 2013

Keokee, VA. Lelia Barker 96 passed away Monday (Nov.25, 2013) at her residence in Keokee. She was a member of the Oak G...

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Salyers, Eric Scott

 - November 25, 2013

St. Paul, VA. Eric “Scott” Salyers beloved son of Judy Salyers, Marion, Va. and Glenn Salyers of Big Stone Gap, VA ...

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Peters, Gerald E

September 9, 1937 - November 27, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Gerald Esten Peters, 76 passed away Wednesday (Nov. 27, 2013) at his residence in Big Stone Gap, VA....

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Rogers, Sharon D

March 22, 1953 - December 21, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Sharon D. Rogers 60 passed away Sat. (Dec. 21, 2013) at Heritage Hall Health Care, Big Stone Gap, VA...

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Estep, Scottie R

July 20, 1973 - December 23, 2013

Mount Carmel, Tn. Scottie Roosevelt Estep 40 passed away Monday (Dec 23, 2013) at the University of Kentucky Hospital. ...

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Phipps, Hancel Doyle

June 22, 1944 - December 23, 2013

Big Stone Gap, VA. Hancel Doyle Phipps 69 passed away Monday (Dec 23, 2013) at Johnson City Medical Center in Johnson C...

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Jones, James "Jim"

June 11, 1935 - December 27, 2013

Roda/Appalachia, VA. James "Jim" Jones 78 passed away Friday, December 27, 2013 at Wellmont-Lonesome Pine Hospital. Jim ...

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Elliott, Albert

January 6, 1944 - December 27, 2013

Big Stone Gap, Va. Albert Elliott 79 passed away Friday (December 27, 2013) at Holston Valley Hospital in Kingsport, Tn...

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Mullins, Diana C

September 30, 1949 - January 28, 2014

Wise, VA. Diana Carolyn Mullins 64 passed away Tuesday (Jan. 28, 2014) at her home in Wise. She was a member of the Wis...

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Chandler, Michael Wayne

February 21, 1965 - January 29, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Michael Wayne Chandler 48 passed away Thursday day (Jan.29, 2014) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in B...

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Gilliam, William "Bill"

August 1, 1954 - January 31, 2014

Big Stone Gap , VA William “Bill “ Gilliam 59, passed away Friday (Jan. 31, 2014) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in B...

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Rasnick, Glenda Kaye

June 15, 1945 - February 8, 2014

DUE TO THE WEATHER, MRS RASNICK'S SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTED TOMORROW (2/14/14) AT THE SAME TIMES. East Stone Gap, VA G...

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Lane, Linda Elaine

April 15, 1947 - February 16, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Linda Elaine Lane 66 passed away Sunday (Feb 16, 2014) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap. She...

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Rhoten, Emanuel E

June 14, 1918 - February 26, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Emanuel E. Rhoten 95, passed away Wednesday (February 26, 2014) at Ridgecrest Manor Nursing Home in ...

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Kinzer, Thelma Sue

November 14, 1936 - March 21, 2014

Appalachia, VA. Thelma Sue Kinzer 77 passed away peacefully at home on Friday (March 21, 2014) surrounded by her famil...

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Wade, Charles Kenneth

February 1, 1945 - March 27, 2014

Jonesville, VA/Big Stone Gap, VA, Charles Kenneth Wade, Sr., 69, of Jonesville, VA. passed away on Thursday, March 27, 2...

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Burns, Howard "Shakey"

September 7, 1948 - March 22, 2014

Dryden, VA. Howard “Shakey” Burns, 65 passed away Sat. (March 22, 2014) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap,...

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Eldridge, Paul "PJ"

March 14, 1956 - March 27, 2014

Norton, VA. Paul Joseph "PJ" Eldridge 58, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday March 27, 2014 at the Mountain View ...

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Johnson, Kathy Lee

March 12, 1960 - April 3, 2014

Appalachia, VA. Kathy Lee Johnson 54 passed away Thursday (April 3, 2014) at the Wellmont Lonesome Pine Hospital in Nor...

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Harvey, Jewel "Tootie"

July 21, 1952 - April 7, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Jewel “Tootie” Harvey 61 went to be with her Lord Monday (April 7, 2014) at Mountain View Region...

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Woods, Gaines David

November 30, 1945 - April 17, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Gaines David Woods born November 30, 1945 departed this life for his heavenly home April 17, 2014 at...

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Berry, Donna F.

October 21, 1960 - April 17, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Donna F. Berry 53 passed away at her residence in Big Stone Gap Thursday (April 17, 2014). She was ...

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Clark, Elbert H

January 21, 1931 - April 20, 2014

Appalachia, VA. Elbert Harold Clark, 83 passed away Sunday (April 20, 2014) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingspo...

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Parsons, Ruth

January 27, 1933 - April 22, 2014

Pennington Gap, VA. Ruth Parsons 81 passed away Tuesday (April 22, 2014) at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap,...

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Greene, Samuel Earl

March 31, 1930 - April 21, 2014

Samuel Earl Greene of Decatur, Alabama, formerly of Sanford, Florida, passed away on April 21, 2014, at the age of eight...

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Klepper, Rosa Fay

May 1, 1942 - April 26, 2014

Norfolk, VA/Appalachia, VA. Rosa Fay Klepper 71 passed away Saturday (April 26, 2014) with her family by her side. She...

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Osborne, Olin B

December 31, 1947 - May 7, 2014

Mom’s Dinner Prayer Lord it is again we come before you As humble has we know how to Thank you for our lives, Th...

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Parsons, Charles Lester

June 14, 1935 - May 6, 2014

East Stone Gap, VA, Charles Lester Parsons, 78, passed away on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at Wellmont Holston Valley Hospital ...

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Fisher, Aldon Ray

July 4, 1968 - May 15, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Aldon Ray Fisher 45 passed away at his home in Big Stone Gap, Wednesday (May 15, 2014). He was form...

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Willis, Jimmy L

January 18, 1934 - May 21, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Jimmy L. Willis 80 went to be with his Lord, May 21, 2014 at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone ...

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Brawner, Howard Mac

November 11, 1944 - May 25, 2014

Ewing, VA. Howard Mac Brawner 69 passed away Sunday (May 25, 2014) at Physicians Regional Medical Center in Knoxville, ...

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Chandler, Scott O.

June 26, 1970 - May 31, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Scott O. Chandler 43 born June 26, 1970 died May 31, 2014. He lived all his life in Big Stone Gap. ...

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Wyres, Jr, William Earl

March 16, 1961 - June 11, 2014

Duffield, VA William Earl Wyres Jr. went to be with the Lord Wednesday, (June 11,2014) at his home with his loving fami...

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Hughes, Beulah Marie Poff

August 1, 1925 - June 11, 2014

Dateline East Stone Gap, VA Beulah Marie Poff Hughes, 88, of East Stone Gap, Va. passed away on Wednesday, June 11, 201...

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Bolling, Lacy

August 3, 1946 - June 14, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Lacy Bolling 67 passed away Saturday (June 14, 2014) at Mountain View Regional Medical Center in Nor...

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Wagner, Melissa "Missy"

July 6, 1968 - June 22, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Melissa "Missy" Renee Wagner Missy passed from this world to a life of eternity and peace on June...

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Burchell, Bessie J

July 13, 1920 - June 24, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Bessie J. Burchell 93 passed away Tuesday (June 24, 2014) at Mountain View Regional Medical Center ...

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Woodard, C. Deane

 - June 26, 2014

Cambridge, OH, C. Deane Woodard, formerly of Bedford, OH. and Lee County, VA., passed away on Thursday, June 26, 2014. ...

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Vocke, Keith Edward

 - June 29, 2014

Duffield, VA. Keith Edward Vocke 48 passed away Sunday (June 29, 2014) at his residence. Keith was a loving husband, fa...

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Caudill, Stephen "Red"

March 11, 1973 - July 7, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA “Red” Stephen Ray Caudill 41 passed away Monday (July 7, 2014). He was a welder. Stephen was of ...

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Grubb, Thomas

December 16, 1934 - July 9, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Thomas Grubb 79 passed away Wednesday (July 9, 2014) at Johnson City Medical Center in Johnson City, ...

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Hayes, Paul Douglas

November 18, 1962 - July 24, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Paul Douglas Hayes “Opie” 51 passed away Thursday (July 24, 2014) at his residence. He was of the...

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Gibson, JoAnn

November 8, 1936 - July 28, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Our dear beloved Mother JoAnn Gibson 77 also known to her grandchildren as “Mamaw G” went to be w...

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Gilly, Reuben Gilbert

April 14, 1943 - July 28, 2014

East Stone Gap, VA. “I have fought the good fight, I have kept the faith.” Reuben Gilbert Gilly passed away Monday...

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Robinson, Betty Jean

February 19, 1935 - August 1, 2014

Big Stone Gap, Va. Betty Jean Robinson, 79, passed away at Johnson City Medical Center, Johnson City, TN. on Friday, Aug...

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Husted, Beverly

August 15, 1941 - August 6, 2014

Blackwater, VA. Beverly Husted 72 passed away Wednesday (Aug. 6, 2014) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport, T...

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Humbert, Frank Steve

February 27, 1946 - August 7, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Frank Steve Humbert 68 passed away Thursday (Aug. 7, 2014) at Heritage Hall Heritage Care in Big Ston...

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Diets, Rita Gay

July 8, 1963 - August 9, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Rita Gay Diets, 51, of Big Stone Gap, VA, entered into heaven on August 9, 2014 after a battle with c...

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Ray, Delana

September 21, 1936 - August 11, 2014

New Tazewell, TN/ Big Stone Gap, VA. Delana Ray, 77, passed away Monday (Aug 11, 2014) at U. T. Medical Center in Knoxv...

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Wood, Patricia Ann Qualls

March 31, 1931 - August 29, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Patricia Ann Qualls Wood (83) passed away Friday (Aug. 29, 2014) at Ridgecrest Nursing Home in Duffi...

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Barnett, Michael Dewayne

August 10, 1967 - September 4, 2014

Michael Dewayne Barnett, 47, left this world far too soon on September 4, 2014. Mike realized his dream at the age of ...

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Kress, Walter Patton "Bud"

February 22, 1932 - September 5, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Walter Patton” Bud” Kress 82 passed away Friday (Sept 5, 2014) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big ...

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Slagle, Ruby Yeary

July 6, 1924 - September 6, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Ruby Yeary Slagle 90 passed away Sat. (Sept 6, 2014) at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap. ...

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Joseph S "Jody", Wolfe

January 24, 1959 - September 7, 2014

Kingsport, TN/Big Stone Gap, VA. Joseph S. “Jody” Wolfe, lll, 55, passed away Sunday (Sept. 7, 2014) at Indian Path...

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Willis, Janice Zirkle

October 20, 1940 - September 9, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Janice Zirkle Willis 73 passed away Tuesday (Sept. 9, 2014) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in ...

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Samudio, Benny R

May 6, 1957 - September 9, 2014

Duffield, Benny Samudio passed away Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport Tn. Ben...

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Hamilton, Mary Hayden

March 29, 1946 - September 21, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Mary Katherine Hayden Hamilton 68 passed away Sunday (Sept.21, 2014) after a lengthy illness. Mary wa...

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Sidoti, Charles

September 15, 1981 - September 20, 2014

Norton, VA Charles Sidoti 33 passed away at his residence in Norton, VA. Saturday (Sept. 20, 2014). Charles was born...

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Brummitt, Walter M

January 18, 1934 - September 22, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Walter M Brummitt passed away Monday, September 22, 2014, at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Ga...

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Morris, Mary Chapman

November 13, 1926 - September 22, 2014

Keokee, VA Mary Chapman Morris 87, of Keokee, Virginia born in Appalachia went to be with the Lord on Monday, September...

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Miller, Georgia Marie

May 7, 1937 - September 24, 2014

Norton, VA Georgia Marie Miller 77 passed away Wednesday (Sept 24, 2014) at Select Specialty Hospital in Bristol TN. ...

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Wade, Ann Delph

August 23, 1938 - October 2, 2014

To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1 Big Stone Gap VA. A...

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Garrett, James H

April 14, 1955 - October 5, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Jim Garrett was born April 14, 1955 and God called him home Sunday October 5, 2014 after a long and co...

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Craiger, Barbara May

February 6, 1943 - October 6, 2014

Appalachia, VA. Barbara May Craiger 71 passed away Monday (Oct. 6, 2014) at Wellmont Hospice House in Bristol, TN. She...

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Lawson, Ellis James

September 1, 1943 - October 7, 2014

Keokee, VA. Ellis James Lawson 71 passed away Tuesday (Oct 7, 2014) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport TN...

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Vaughn, Sharon A.

June 9, 1953 - October 15, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Sharon A. Vaughn 61 passed away Thursday (October 15, 2014) at her residence in Big Stone Gap. ...

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Shook, Howard S

May 14, 1927 - October 28, 2014

Mount Carmel, TN/Big Stone Gap, VA. Howard S. Shook 87 passed away Tuesday (Oct. 28, 2014) at his home in Mt. Carmel, T...

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Shepard, Ollie Mae

October 5, 1923 - November 9, 2014

Appalachia, VA Ms. Ollie Mae “Runt” Fletcher Shepard 91 passed away Sunday (Nov. 9, 2014) at her daughter’s hom...

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Lane, Ellen "Jan"

November 13, 1945 - November 22, 2014

Norton, VA Ellen Jeanette ”Jan” Lane 69 passed away Saturday (Nov. 22, 2014) at the Holston Valley Medical Center in...

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Tomlinson, Charles B "Tiny"

January 22, 1950 - November 28, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Charles B. “Tiny”Tomlinson 64 passed away Saturday (Nov. 28, 2014) at Holston Valley Medical Cen...

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Barnette, Patricia Kay

January 18, 1947 - November 29, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Patricia Kay Barnette 67 passed away Saturday (Nov. 29, 2014) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kin...

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Reed, Linda Ramey

May 2, 1948 - December 2, 2014

Wise, Va., Linda Ramey Reed, 66, passed away at Indian Path Medical Center, Kingsport, TN, with her family by her side o...

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Horton, Selma

October 5, 1949 - December 5, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA Selma Horton 65 passed away Friday (Dec 5, 2014) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport, TN. ...

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Stites, Bazzel Ray

September 13, 1944 - December 10, 2014

Big Stone Gap, Bazzel Ray Stites passed away, Dec. 10, 2014, in the Back Valley Community. Mr Sites served in the U...

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Conner, Anthony Michael

January 29, 1977 - December 9, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Anthony Michael Conner 37 passed away Tuesday (Dec. 9, 2014) from a logging accident. He was of the...

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Bogan, Nina Margaret

June 19, 1938 - December 11, 2014

Blacksburg, VA /Big Stone Gap, VA Nina Margaret Bogan, 76 of Blacksburg, and originally of Big Stone Gap, VA went home ...

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Flanary, Alan "Scotty"

February 2, 1956 - December 29, 2014

Big Stone Gap, VA. Alan Scott (Scotty) Flanary 58 passed away Monday (Dec. 29, 2014) at the Johnson City Medical Center...

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Clendenon, Jackie Wayne "Jack"

February 19, 1937 - December 31, 2014

Jackie Wayne “Jack” Clendenon of Big Stone Gap, VA, went to be with the Lord on December 31st, 2014 surrounded by hi...

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Ashley, Freddie Wayne

October 31, 1970 - December 30, 2014

Bristol, TN/Big Stone Gap, VA Freddie Wayne Ashley 44 passed away Tuesday (Dec. 30, 2014) in Bristol, TN. He attended...

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Woodard, Sylvia "Sue"

 - January 2, 2015

WOODARD SYLVIA "SUE" WOODARD, age 73, of Garfield Hts. Loving mother of Paula Woodard and the late Susan Woodard; deare...

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Ayers, Douglas Eugene "Gene

April 22, 1943 - January 3, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA, Douglas Eugene Ayers, better known as "Gene" to family and friends passed over on Saturday January 3,...

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Galloway, Sr, Jimmie Glenn

December 26, 1920 - January 5, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Jimmie Glenn Galloway, Sr. passed away Monday (Jan. 5, 2015) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big St...

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Neeley, Michael Shane

June 2, 1961 - January 5, 2015

Appalachia, Michael Shane Neeley passed away Monday, January 5, 2015, at his residence. He was formerly employed by Rama...

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DeZarn, Naomi Ruth

June 14, 1931 - January 11, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Naomi Ruth DeZarn 83 passed away Sunday (Jan. 11, 2015) at Nova Health & Rehab Center in Weber C...

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Collinsworth, Jack Wendell

September 23, 1940 - January 14, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Jack Wendell Collinsworth passed away on Wednesday (January 14, 2015) at his home surrounded by his ...

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Dixon, Betsy Faye

 - January 15, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Betty Faye Dixon passed away Thursday, January 15, 2014 at her residence. Arrangements will be private...

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Lawson, Martha Evelyn Boggs

March 7, 1926 - January 16, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Martha Evelyn Boggs Lawson, Big Stone Gap, VA went home to be with her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ...

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Midkiff, Dorothy Ayles Kelly

September 19, 1921 - January 16, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA, Dorothy Ayles Kelly Midkiff, and long time resident of Oak Ridge passed away Thursday evening while b...

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Thompson, Ruth S

February 29, 1928 - January 16, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA, Ruth S. Thompson 86, passed away Friday, January 16, 2015 at Holston Valley Hospital in Kingsport TN....

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Upchurch, Debbie Gail

May 18, 1959 - January 16, 2015

Appalachia, VA. Deborah Gail UpChurch 55 passed away Friday (Jan. 16, 2015) in Appalachia. She was of the Christian F...

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Marcum, Roy Clinton

February 12, 1928 - January 27, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Va. Roy Clinton Marcum passed away at the Heritage Hall Health Center in Big Stone Gap, Va. on Tuesday J...

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Perry, Virginia Ruth (Lawson)

April 2, 1935 - January 31, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Va. Virginia Ruth (Lawson) Perry, 79, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 31, 2015. The Lord coul...

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Stapleton, Robert

February 28, 1959 - February 3, 2015

Duffield , VA, Robert Stapleton passed away Monday, February 2, 2015 at his residence. Robert had worked 16 yrs fo...

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Parsons, Naomi Ernestine

January 22, 1940 - February 6, 2015

Dateline East Stone Gap I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith. II Timothy...

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Smith, Ronald O.

February 20, 1935 - February 9, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Ronald O. Smith 79, followed his Shepherd home on Feb. 9, 2015. He was a retiree of Westmoreland Coal Com...

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Dickenson, Ruby Bledsoe

December 30, 1932 - February 12, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Ruby Dickenson 82 passed away Thursday (Feb 12, 2015) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport, T...

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Rutherford, James "Jim" Edward

May 13, 1952 - February 16, 2015

James “Jim” Edward Rutherford, 62, of Big Stone Gap, peacefully went to be home with the Lord on Monday, February 16...

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Barnette, Billy Gene

July 27, 1972 - February 20, 2015

North Carolina/Big Stone Gap, VA Billy Gene Barnett 42 passed away Friday (Feb. 20, 2015) at Carolinas Medical Center in...

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Hubbard, Gracelyn Joy

February 20, 2015 - February 20, 2015

Wahiawa, HI/Big Stone Gap, VA Gracelyn Joy Hubbard was born sleeping at 4:25 am on February 20, 2015. She’s happy, wh...

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Harmon, James D

October 13, 1946 - February 14, 2015

Big Stone Gap, James D Harmon passed away Saturday, February 14, 2015, at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap, VA...

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Fogarty, Diana

April 4, 1962 - March 5, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Diana Fogarty passed away Thursday, March 5, 2015 at Holston Valley Medical Center. Diana was preceded ...

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Gilliam, Gerald Douglas

November 29, 1950 - March 3, 2015

Wise, VA Gerald Douglas Gilliam of Wise Va passed away Tuesday, March 3, 2915 at his residence. Arrangements are priva...

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Lawson, Connie Gail

March 7, 1952 - March 7, 2015

Appalachia, VA. Connie Gail Lawson 63 passed away Saturday (March 7, 2015) at the Mountain View Regional Medical in No...

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Bowman, Pamela Dawn

February 16, 1968 - March 8, 2015

Appalachia, VA. Pamela Dawn Bowman 47 passed away Sunday (March 8, 2015) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap...

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Poole, Theodore "Ted" Roosevelt

September 27, 1933 - March 20, 2015

Big Stone Gap,VA Theodore Roosevelt (Ted) Poole, 81 passed away Friday (March 20, 2015) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital ...

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Graham, Joe Leon

August 16, 1942 - March 22, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Va. Joe Leon Graham 72, went to be with the Lord on Sunday (March 22, 2015) at is home in Big Stone Gap. ...

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Dalton, James "Jim"

April 13, 1940 - March 27, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA James (Jim) Elbert Dalton 74 passed away Friday (March 27, 2015) at his home in Big Stone Gap, VA. H...

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Farmer, Cindy Mary

February 2, 1964 - March 27, 2015

Appalachia, VA. Cindy Farmer 51 passed away Friday (March 27, 2015) at Bristol Regional Medical Center in Bristol. She...

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Marshall, Connie Lee

May 15, 1957 - March 30, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Connie Lee Marshall, 57, passed away Monday, March 30, 2015, at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingspor...

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Gentry, Jimmy Wayne

November 23, 1952 - March 29, 2015

Appalachia, VA Jimmy Wayne Gentry 62 passed away Sunday (March 29, 2015) at the Bristol Regional Med Center in Bristol,...

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Burton, Ethel Blevins

August 5, 1918 - March 19, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Ethel Whitaker Blevins Burton, 96 passed away March 19, 2015 at The Laurels in Wise, Va. Ethel ...

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Jones, Anna Mae

December 24, 1917 - April 3, 2015

Big Stone Gap/Bowling Green, Va. Anna Mae Jones 90, passed away Friday (April 3, 2015) at Bowling Green Health and Reha...

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Davis, Leroy Robert

September 18, 1943 - April 9, 2015

Appalachia, VA. Leroy Robert Davis 71 passed away Thursday (April 9, 2015) at home in Appalachia. He was formally a ...

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Simmons, Dorothy "Dottie" Grace

July 14, 1926 - April 12, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Dorothy Grace Simmons nee Poling 88 passed away Sunday (July 14, 1926-April 12, 2015) at Johnson City...

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Miracle, Roy

December 26, 1955 - April 9, 2015

Pennington Gap, Roy Miracle passed away Thursday, April 9, 2015, at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap. Roy was t...

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Pace, Mary Evelyn

May 20, 1926 - April 14, 2015

Rhoda, VA - Mary Evelyn Pace passed away Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at Ridgecrest Manor in Duffield, VA. A lifelong n...

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Perry, Jr, Jimmy S

December 20, 1955 - April 16, 2015

Pennington Gap, VA Jimmy S. Perry, Jr. 59 fought a brave and courageous fight against cancer and won the battle when he...

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Brummett, Judy Ann

August 8, 1952 - April 19, 2015

Wise, VA Judy Ann Brummett passed away Sunday (April 19, 2015) at the MSHA Community Hospital in Norton, VA. She was o...

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Hensley, Jamie Luanne

July 24, 1965 - April 18, 2015

Panama City Beach, FL/Big Stone Gap, VA - Jamie Luanne Hensley, 49, was born July 24, 1965 and left her earthly home in ...

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Fisher, Robert Zane

August 28, 1945 - April 22, 2015

ll Timothy 4:7 I have fought the good fight; I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Big Stone Gap, VA Robe...

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Lawson, Bradley O

December 4, 1948 - April 23, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Bradley Orin Lawson 66 passed away Thursday (April 23, 2015) at the Norton Community Hospital in Nor...

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Sizemore, Merrill E

June 21, 1938 - May 3, 2015

Appalachia, VA - Merrill E. Sizemore 76 passed away Sunday (May 3, 2015) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport...

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Jones, David "Lucy"

September 7, 1955 - May 4, 2015

Appalachia, VA, On May 4, 2015, David “Lucy” Jones, 59, was called to Heaven by Jesus at his residence in Appalachi...

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Balthis, Brenda Kay

December 14, 1947 - May 9, 2015

Appalachia, VA - Brenda Kay Balthis 67 passed away on Saturday (May 9, 2015) at her residence in Appalachia, VA. She wa...

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Roberts Sr, Creed Lester

April 14, 1944 - May 10, 2015

Appalachia, VA – Creed Lester Roberts, 71, went to be with the Lord Sunday, May 10, 2015, at his home in Exeter. Cree...

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Sandt, Howard S

September 18, 1944 - May 10, 2015

Big Stone Gap - Howard S. Sandt, 70, passed away peacefully in his home on Sunday, May 10th, 2015, eternally joining his...

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Minor, Sheri Denise Elliott

August 30, 1972 - May 10, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA - Sheri Denise Elliott Minor 42 passed away Sunday (May 10, 2015) at Holston Valley Medical Center in ...

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Mullins, James Donald "JD"

December 4, 1931 - May 13, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. James Donald “JD” Mullins was born in Black Star, Kentucky on December 4th 1931. JD served in t...

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Mabe, Betty A.

March 21, 1944 - May 15, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Betty Mabe, 71, passed away Friday (May 15, 2015) at Select Specialty Hospital in Bristol, Tn. Betty...

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Underwood, Johnnie Rhea

January 12, 1946 - May 20, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Johnnie Rhea Underwood Sr. 69 passed away Monday (May 18, 2015) at the Johnson City Medical Center in...

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Riley, Jeffrey "Hub"

July 20, 1957 - May 24, 2015

Big Stone Gap. VA Jeffrey Lee Riley, 57, went to be with the Lord early Monday morning on May 26th, 2015. He was a lif...

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Smith, Vickie Diana

August 12, 1958 - May 25, 2015

Big Stone Gap - Vickie Diana Smith passed away Monday, May 25, 2015, at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap, VA. ...

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Patterson, George Wesley

July 2, 1959 - May 23, 2015

George Wesley Patterson, 55, of Vernon Hill, VA, passed away suddenly on Saturday, May 23rd while traveling to visit fam...

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Hall, Morris K.

January 18, 1937 - June 4, 2015

East Stone Gap – Morris Kyle Hall finished his battle with gastric cancer on June 4th while surrounded by his loved o...

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Polly, Jan "JP"

June 11, 1937 - June 12, 2015

Newport News/Big Stone Gap Jan “JP” Polly, 78, of Newport News, Virginia entered into eternal life with our Lord ...

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Crowles, Lynette L.

July 26, 1956 - June 16, 2015

Pound / Big Stone Gap Lynette L. Crowles passed away at her home in Pound VA Tuesday, June 16, 2015. Arrangements wer...

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Hafemeister, Darlene

October 28, 1961 - June 24, 2015

Keokee, VA Darlene Hafemeister 53, passed away Wednesday (June 24, 2015) at her home in Keokee. She was a homemaker. ...

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Rhoten, Barbara Ann

August 15, 1942 - July 5, 2015

New Tazewell, TN./Big Stone Gap, VA. Barbara Ann Rhoten 72 went to the Lord on Sunday (July 5, 2015) at Fort Sanders...

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Dulin, Cecil Clayton

September 16, 1983 - July 13, 2015

Duffield, VA, Cecil Clayton Dulin, 31, passed away Monday (July 13, 2015) at his home in Duffield. Cecil was formerly e...

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Barker, Norma Jean

June 6, 1944 - July 17, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Norma Jean Barker 71 passed away Friday (July 17, 2015) at the Norton Community Hospital in Norton, VA...

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Taylor, Betty Doyle

December 10, 1939 - July 28, 2015

Appalachia, VA Betty Doyle Taylor 75 went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday (July 28, 2015). Betty Sue w...

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Jones, Johnny E

May 17, 1944 - August 3, 2015

Appalachia, VA. Johnny E. Jones, 71 passed away Monday (Aug 3, 2015) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport, TN....

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Brooks, William (Sonny Bill)

May 5, 1934 - August 3, 2015

Duffield, VA William (Sonny Bill) Brooks 81, passed away Monday (Aug. 3, 2015) at the Ridgecrest Manor Nursing Home in...

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Carroll, Wanda Lee

November 15, 1929 - August 3, 2015

Big Stone Gap - Wanda Lee Carroll, went home to be with her Lord, Monday, August 3, 2015. Wanda was a member of the Firs...

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Messer, Rocky Alan

May 4, 1957 - August 5, 2015

Psalm 37:23 The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord: and he delighteth in his way. Kingsport, TN, ROCKY ALA...

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Young, Jr, Denny Mayo

August 7, 1941 - August 5, 2015

Wise VA - Denny May Young, Jr passed away Wednesday, August 5, 2015, at Norton Community Hospital in Norton VA. He was...

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Gilliam, N. Jean

June 15, 1932 - August 7, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. N. Jean Gilliam 83 went to her heavenly home, Friday (Aug. 7, 2015) at the Wellmont Hospice House in...

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Mullins, Charlie

November 4, 1928 - August 8, 2015

Wise - Charlie Mullins 86, passed away Saturday, August 8, 2015 at his residence. Arrangements are private. Gilliam F...

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Pippin, Nelda Mabe

May 24, 1937 - August 14, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Nelda Mabe Pippin 78 formerly of Yorktown, VA, passed away Friday, August 14th, 2015, at her home whe...

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Wade, Paul

May 5, 1945 - August 17, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Paul Wade, 69, joined our Heavenly Father on Monday (Aug. 17, 2015) at his home in Big Stone Gap. H...

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Barnette, Claire

September 10, 1955 - August 30, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Claire Barnette, 59, passed away peacefully on Sunday, (August, 30, 2015) at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Bi...

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Hunt, Eugene Leon

February 7, 1936 - August 27, 2015

Fort Blackmore---Eugene Leon Hunt passed away Thursday, (August 27th, 2015) at Holston Valley Hospital in Kingsport, TN....

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Kilbourne, Alma Jean

October 29, 1936 - August 19, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA Alma Jean Kilbourne age 78 passed away Wednesday morning August 19th at 8:30 A.M. and went to Paradis...

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Russell, D.Scott "Bug"

August 23, 1963 - August 29, 2015

Wise, VA----Darrell Scott Russell, 52, passed away Saturday (August 29th, 2015) at Lonesome Pine Hospital, Big Stone Gap...

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Phillips, Brett Robert

January 29, 1988 - September 5, 2015

Brett Robert Phillips January 29, 1988 - September 5, 2015 Brett Robert Phillips 27, passed away September 5, 2015. H...

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Mullins, Oliver "Butch"

June 3, 1942 - September 13, 2015

Appalachia, VA. Oliver “Butch” Mullins 73 passed away Thursday (Sept 13, 2015) at the Indian Path Medical Center in...

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Hafemeister, Carmelita

December 31, 1939 - September 27, 2015

Keokee, VA Carmelita Hafemeister 75 passed away Sunday (Sept. 27, 2015) at the Norton Community Hospital in Norton, VA. ...

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Wilson, Sherry Lee

April 18, 1957 - September 26, 2015

Nickelsville, VA. Sherry Lee Wilson, 58, passed away Saturday (Sept 26, 2015) at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsp...

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Hamler, Mrs Mattie Mae

January 15, 1926 - September 27, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Mrs. Mattie Mae Hamler passed away Sunday, September 27, 2015, at home. She was a member of the East...

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Akers, Mrs. Sarah Milligan

January 21, 1944 - October 9, 2015

Big Stone Gap/ Norton, VA, Mrs. Sarah Catherine Milligan Akers earned her angel wings and entered into heaven, on Octobe...

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Brummitt, Charles W "Pete"

October 6, 1937 - October 5, 2015

Big Stone Gap, Charles W. “Pete” Brummitt, 78, passed away peacefully on Monday, (October 19, 2015) at the Heritage...

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Harvey, Sr, William Lyndon

June 25, 1948 - November 11, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA William Lyndon Harvey, Sr. 67 passed away Wednesday (Nov. 11, 2015) in Big Stone Gap. He attended Fi...

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Skorupa, Jr, Toney John "T.J."

October 6, 1945 - November 20, 2015

Wise, VA. Toney John Skorupa, Jr. (T.J.) 70 passed away at JCMC after an extended illness. T.J. served his country in ...

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Holyfield, Mary Helen Slemp

March 29, 1919 - November 27, 2015

I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith. Il Timothy 4:7 Big Stone Gap, VA M...

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Johnson, Milford Edward "Ed"

December 11, 1946 - December 3, 2015

East Stone Gap, VA Milford Edward (Ed) Johnson 68 earned his angel wings and entered into heaven on December 3, 2015 at ...

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Elkins, Jimmie R

June 28, 1932 - December 5, 2015

East Stone Gap, VA. Jimmie R. Elkins , 83, passed away Saturday, December 5th, 2015 at Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Sto...

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Mullins, Martha Farley

November 29, 1939 - December 3, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA. Martha Farley Mullins, 76, was born November 29. 1939 in Watts Creek, Harlan, Ky and passed away Dece...

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Boatright, Larry Wayne

August 5, 1945 - December 5, 2015

Appalachia VA – Larry Wayne Boatright passed away Saturday, Dec 5, 2013, at his residence in Appalachia. Larry was pr...

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Gamble, Larry Wayne

November 25, 1955 - December 23, 2015

Big Stone Gap - Larry Gamble, age 60, passed away December 23, 2015 at his home in Big Stone Gap, VA. He was the younge...

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Franklin, Wilma Lovell

October 21, 1927 - December 27, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA - Wilma Lovell Franklin 88 passed away December 27, 2015, at her daughter’s home in Ewing, VA. Wilm...

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Tomlinson, Raleigh P. "Tom"

October 12, 1944 - December 31, 2015

Big Stone Gap, VA - Raleigh Patrick “Tom” Tomlinson passed away Thursday (Dec 31, 2015) at Lonesome Pine Hospital, i...

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Coates, Betty Campbell

May 4, 1941 - January 5, 2016

Slidell, Louisiana / Big Stone Gap VA - In Loving Memory, Betty Campbell Coates, age 74, passed away on January 5th, 201...

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Coffey, Libby Cheryl Wells

July 12, 1946 - January 21, 2016

Libby Coffey Granite Falls / Big Stone Gap – Libby Cheryl Wells Coffey, age 69, passed away Thursday, January 21, 201...

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Caudill, Brenda Sue

January 10, 1950 - January 22, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - Brenda Sue Caudill passed away Friday (January 22, 2016) after a long illness. She was a member of ...

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Keith, Nannie Belle

November 3, 1943 - January 22, 2016

Nannie Belle Keith Nickelsville VA – Nannie Belle Keith passed away Friday, January 22, 2016, at her home. Mrs....

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Barker, Marvin Kelly

September 21, 1935 - January 22, 2016

Kingsport TN - Marvin Kelly Barker passed away Friday, Jan 22, 2016. Arrangements are private. Gilliam Funeral Home is ...

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Bledsoe, Fleda J

July 8, 1931 - January 24, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - Fleda June Bledsoe, 84, passed away Sunday (January 24, 2016) at Wellmont Lonesome Pine Hospital. S...

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Howard, Madge

February 13, 1926 - January 31, 2016

Church Hill, TN/Big Stone Gap, VA Madge Howard, 89, passed away Sunday, January 31, 2016, at Wellmont Hospice House in...

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Walton, Linda Sue

October 11, 1952 - February 20, 2016

Big Stone Gap - Linda Sue Walton passed away Saturday, February 20, 2016, at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap....

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Williams, Mary Beth

August 8, 1957 - February 22, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA Mary Beth Williams, 58, passed away Monday, February 22, 2016, at her residence. She was a former em...

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Southard, Mary Gail Nipper Mullins

July 18, 1949 - February 23, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA – Mary Gail Nipper Mullins Southard, 66, passed away Tuesday (Feb. 23, 2016) at Wellmont Lonesome Pi...

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Minor, Yoshi Kobayashia

October 10, 1935 - March 4, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - Yoshi Kobayashia Minor, 80, passed away Friday (March, 4, 2016) at the Bristol Regional Medical Cen...

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Clark, James "JIm"

November 16, 1933 - March 8, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - James “Jim” Hale Clark, 82, went to be with the Lord Tuesday (March 8, 2016) at the Holston Va...

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McKinney, Hugh Clayton

February 28, 1935 - March 8, 2016

Appalachia, VA Hugh Clayton McKinney 81 passed away Tuesday (March 8,2016) at the Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Ga...

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Ledington, Chole F. Short

February 18, 1948 - March 8, 2016

Huntersville, N.C. / Keokee - Chloe F. Short Ledington, age 68, passed away peacefully in her sleep at her residence on ...

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Osborne, Donald Dale

April 2, 1958 - March 11, 2016

East Stone Gap, VA. Donald Dale Osborne, Sr. 57 passed away Friday (March 11, 2016) at the Holston Valley Medical Cent...

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Wells, Virgil Eugene

April 17, 1926 - March 13, 2016

Big Stone Gap / Webberville MI Virgil Eugene Wells, 89, passed away Sunday, March 13, 2016, at Medilodge Nursing Home ...

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Smith, Patrik Ray

November 18, 1990 - March 16, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA Patrik Ray Smith, 25, passed away Wednesday (Mar 16, 2016 at his home in the Wildcat Section of Big ...

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Wade, James "Junior"

July 26, 1935 - March 19, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA. – James (Junior) Wade, 80, passed away Saturday, March 19, 2016, at Select Specialty Hospital in Br...

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Elizabeth Bell, Beason

January 19, 1971 - March 21, 2016

Appalachia, VA Elizabeth Bell Beason, 45, passed away Monday, March 21, 2016, at her home. She was a lifelong reside...

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Grubb, Agnes

August 28, 1926 - March 29, 2016

Jonesborough, TN/Big Stone Gap, VA - Agnes Grubb 89 passed away Tuesday (March 29, 2016) at the Holston Valley Medical ...

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Aery, Carolyn Lamb

 - March 29, 2016

Duffield - Carolyn Lamb Aery passed away Tuesday, March 29, 2016, at Rigecrest Manor in Duffield, VA. Arrangements are p...

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McColgan, Grayson

October 20, 1954 - March 29, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA. Grayson McColgan, 61, passed away Tuesday (March 29, 2016) at the Holston Valley Medical Center, King...

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Turner, Samuel Eugene

September 28, 1949 - April 3, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA Samuel Eugene Turner 66 passed away Sunday (April 3, 2016) at his home in Big Stone Gap. He was forme...

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Kelly, Edna Ruth

October 19, 1931 - April 3, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA Edna Ruth Kelly 84 passed away Sunday (April 3, 2016) at Heritage Hall Health Care in Big Stone Gap, V...

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Jessee, Paula

 - April 3, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - Paula Jessee passed away Sunday (April 3, 2016) at Heritage Hall Heath Care in Wise, VA. She...

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Mitchell, Amy Josette

April 6, 1975 - April 7, 2016

Appalachia, VA – Amy Josette Mitchell, 41, passed away Thursday, April 7, 2016, at her residence in Appalachia VA. S...

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Smith, Pamela D.

January 4, 1969 - April 13, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA Pamela D. Smith 47 passed away Wednesday (April 13, 2016) at the Bristol Regional Medical Center. She...

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Gilliam, Tesa Inez

March 1, 1981 - April 14, 2016

Wise VA Tesa Inez Gilliam, 35, passed away Thursday, April 14, 2016, at her home in Wise, VA. She was a member of the...

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Dean, Heather Marie

November 24, 1985 - April 15, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - Heather Marie Dean, 30, passed away Friday, April 15, 2016, at her home in Big Stone Gap. She worke...

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Poole, Geneva

July 27, 1938 - April 17, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA Geneva Poole, 77, passed away Sunday (April 17, 2016) at her home in Big Stone Gap, VA. She was a ho...

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Lane, Jackie R.

December 10, 1945 - April 19, 2016

East Stone Gap, VA - Jackie R. Lane, 70, passed away Tuesday, April 19, 2016, at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kings...

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Jones, Joyce

October 23, 1947 - April 20, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA Joyce Jones, 68, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday (April 20, 2016) at Heritage Hall Health Car...

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Barker, Maude Kerns

September 17, 1913 - April 22, 2016

Keokee, VA / Winston-Salem, NC – Maude Kerns Barker, 102, passed away Friday, April 22, 2016, at Kate B. Reynolds Hosp...

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Christian, Pamela Denise

December 2, 1966 - April 26, 2016

Derby VA - Pamela Denise Christian, 49, passed away Tuesday, April 26, 2016, at UVA Health Systems in Charlottesville, V...

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Pearson, Jr, Jerry Lee

March 30, 1956 - April 29, 2016

Appalachia, VA Jerry Lee Pearson, Jr., 60, passed away Friday (April 29, 2016). He had worked in construction as a con...

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Bishop, Bobby

November 25, 1935 - May 4, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - Bobby Glen Bishop, 80, passed away Wednesday, May 4, 2016, at his residence in the wildcat section o...

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Scott, Donnie Earl

December 25, 1946 - May 14, 2016

East Stone Gap, VA - Donnie Earl Scott, 69, passed away Saturday, May 14, 2016, at Indian Path Medical Center in Kingspo...

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Cooper, Nell Slagle

May 1, 1925 - May 17, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA – Nell Slagle Cooper, 91, passed away Tuesday, May 17, 2016, at Holston Valley Medical Center in Kin...

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Bogg, Jr, Joe Everette

July 20, 1952 - May 18, 2016

Wise, VA – Joe Everette Boggs, Jr. passed away Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at Norton Community Hospital in Norton, VA. ...

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Blanken, Jewel "Jimmie"

May 18, 1938 - May 23, 2016

Big Stone Gap, VA - Jewell Dene “Jimmie” Blanken, 78, passed away Monday, May 23, 2016, at her residence. She was o...

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Joe and I were best friends in the 5th and 6th grade at the Glamorgan School. We did everything together: playing, standing by the road and signaling for the coal truck drivers to blow their horns, gathering ants to feed the tadpoles in the aquarium in Miss Wheatley's sixth grade classroom.
We sat beside each other in 5th grade and got in trouble quite often. All we would have to do is look at one another and burst out laughing. The teacher eventually seated us on opposite sides of the room.
My thoughts and prayers to the family. May God bless and comfort your hearts in your loss.

- Lars Dorton


So sorry for your loss Melinda, mine and Carolyn's thoughts and prayers are with you

- Dave Hammonds


Donna & Family. I am so sorry about my friend. She was truly a great person. I Will miss her. You are in my thoughts. Mack

- Mack Roller


My sencere condlences, I wish i had more time get to know you.

- David Baldwin Jr and Family


I Love and miss you , Daddy

- Allie


Rick and Jay
I am so sorry to hear of your mothers passing. I just found out but would have loved to seen you. Prayers for your family.

Your Wildcat Neighbor
Myra Legg

- Myra Legg Puleo


I remember Mr. Akens from the Ophthalmology Office - very nice gentleman and sweet wife and family. My condolences to you all.

- Lisa


We are very sorry for your loss. If there is anything our family can do to for any of you please let us know. We will be praying for you guys. He will me missed. We have fond memories of him.
Audnia, and Barbara Giles, Duffield, VA
Karen Giles
Maryls Mallett

- Maryls Giles Mallett


Thoughts and prayers for the family Bobby was a good man and neighbor I lived next door to him for a year he always checked on me and my son and would bring me stuff out of his garden rest in peace Bobby

- Robin Singleton


The last time i talk to gene was at cvs he told me that he was sick,we talk a very long time, he told me that him and Connie had moved.and told me he wanted me to come and see them with Mikey, am still heart broken,but he is in a better place now with the Family around him, he left alot of Broken Hearts,
I just love his saying...that is your tail I set on mine...so sorry Connie he is watching over you,

We Love you and Gene

Teresa, Brandon,and Mikey

- Teresa Henry Cross


Please accept condolences on behalf of myself and my husband, Brian, Benjamin Wade, Mark Wade and daughter, Kari. Even though we hadn't seen Jerry in several years, family is still family and we mourn his loss with you. Our prayers are with all of his precious family and may God comfort each of you.

- Lois Wade Porter


I am so sorry for your loss.
My Prayers are with the Family for Peace and Comfort.

- Jonnie Mullins (Jay)


So sorry Jerry was like a brother to me I will miss him I loved him dearly

- Holly


Aunt Maude was an inspiration to many people. She always had a smile for everyone. If you knew her you were blessed. She had many talents and worked hard at those she did. She made beautiful quilts. I always loved her quilts. She was a wonderful cook and taught me many things. She was an exceptional canner and gardener. Sh e was many things but the most important..Aunt Maude was love. I love you Aunt Maude.

- Sharon Hartsock


Rubye, Barb, Victoria and family:

Tom and I are so sorry for your loss. Great Aunt Maude was a wonderful lady and you did so well caring for her! Your sacrifice was great and I know Aunt Maude loved being home with you all.

My heart is with you all during this time.

- Debbie Kline


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Miss you already. You were so loved by so many. Put in a good word for me. Please give big hugs to everyone for me

- Barbara Wood


My heartfelt condolences to Rubye, Barb and the rest of the Barker family. Your Mom was always such a pleasant, peaceful lady. I enjoyed visiting with her whenever I was visiting you gals. I will be thinking of you as you move on.

- Ski Shelton


Goodbye my dear sweet wonderful mother. We are heartbroken, and will miss you. Thank you for making me the person I am. Sweet dreams Mother Maude.

- Rubye


Thinking of you and your family.

- Trish Reed


Thoughts and prayers for the loss of Pam. My cousin and friend.

- Donita Lawson


My brother (Tony Mullins) and I will miss our sister. We are truly sorry that she is gone and that we were unable to make the service. She and dad (Oliver Mullins), are with God now.

- Jon Mullins


I am sorry for your lose. May the God of Peace rest upon the family at this time. I know you will miss you Mom dearly. I love you and send prayers to you from the Blair family.

- Gay Blair Quansah


I am so sorry to hear this. I knew the Lane family in the 50's when I went to school with Margaret , She was my best friend when we went to school at East Stone Gap.I ask God to bless them all with his peace at this time !

- Dorothy McQuery


We wish to offer the family of Ms. Geneva our deepest and most heart felt condolences during this time of loss. May the memories that you share help to console you at this time. Blessings to you all.

Rev. Lynette Stuart and Josie Ellis

- Josie Ellis


My deepest sympathy is sent to the Neely family. May God give you the strength that you need during your time of grief. God bless each and everyone.

- Rene Burney


So sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. Our prayers are with you all and if we can do anything in prayer, deed or just a listening ear please don't hesitate to call on us.
Sincerely,
Stuart family
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- Stuart Family


Sorry for your lost and praying for the family

- Roslyn Jackson


Donna and family, We are truly sorry for the loss of your daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow. Larry, Linda, Brent and Donna Dingus

- Larry and Linda T Dingus


To Glenda, Davin and siblings, I am so so sorry for the loss of your aughter, mother n sister. I regret that I could not attend her services this evening and i ask that you please forgive me. God knows my heart and its intentions. God bless you all and may GOD bring you peace n comfort today and in the days to come. love TINY

- Patricia Smith


Amy always brightened the room and I will never forget the great laughs and fun we all had growing up... So many good memories of Glenda's house and Amy was always there cheering it on. Beautiful both inside and out, I am so sorry she left the world so prematurely. Love you Amy, Glenda, Cindy, and Angie. Holding you in prayer, Karen

- Karen VanWinkle


Sorry to hear about amy was so fun to watch her grow and to listen to her play everyone in applachia could hear her hollar from the porch she will truely be missed

- Janet buchanan


Glenda, my dear friend, we are so very sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter, Amy!! May God place a Hedge of Protection around you and ALL her family and friends, during this sad time in your lives!! Only in this situation, can I personally say that I do know how you feel right this very moment, because as you already know that I lost my only daughter Candy at the same age, forever 41. It's a pain no mother, daughter, sister and children should ever have to go through. I personality don't think a parent should ever have to bury a child!! God sees it differently than we do though and just remember that God, He knows what He's Doing!! Please KNOW that I Love You ALL. To you Amy, I hope you're "Dancing In The Sky", and "Singing In The Angel Choir"!! You will be missed by many, including myself!! Tell Candy I said, I'll see her in God's time!! Love You Amy!!

- Darlene Owsley


My condolences to all of the family on the loss of a daughter, mother and sister. Cindy and Jeff Wade, my thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless each of you...

- Lois Wade Porter


My prayers are with you

- A Fae Willis


I am so sorry and so sad to hear of Amy's passing. I will always remember her sweet smile and loving to show off her grandkids on fb. She was a beautiful person. I will miss her greatly.
love TINY

- Patricia Messer Smith


I am deeply sorry for your loss. ..

- Jjacqueline Michell Sliger


God bless and be with you all !

- Mary Sizemore


Another party in heaven, you maybe gone but you will never be forgotten. Love you n God bless the family

- Kathy trent


Sending you all lots of prayers and love! I'm so very sorry for your loss..I pray that God holds you close and comforts you like only He can! God bless you!

- Amber Dingus


Jewel and Shana :
Sorry about your loss. Sam was a great trooper and a big help to me in Head Start.
Didn't know in time to come to see you and the family. I was in Kingsport .
God Bless and Keep you safe.
Love
Bill Bowen

- Bill Bowen


Sam was such a trooper. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

- Judy Free


So sorry for this loss in your family. I have many fond memories of her from working at the Fox House and visiting on occasion at The Laurels. You will be in my prayers as you go through this difficult time.

- Pat Bowden


I am sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Ruth Kelly. I spent a lot of time with Kim at her house when we were young and she always cooked such good food for us. I remember that she made biscuits and gravy it seemed every morning for Mr. Kelly. My condolences to your family.

- Elaine Sykes Sturgill


We are so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a wonderful lady.

- Teresa and Michael Mason


So sorry to learn of Ruth's passing , she was a sweet lady. Her & Clyde were always good to me. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this sad time.

- Kara Marcum Burgan


Sam was a good man! He was a wonderful friend and I will miss him. My prayers for the family.

- Roger Ramey


Love and prayers to your family during this difficult time. There are never any words that can make this type of loss any easier...if there were...well, the whole charade would be kind of pointless then, wouldn't it. Katie, you and your family need to know I love you, and if there's anything I can do, just give me a shout.

Peace, Love, and Redemption

Reverend Crash
JCL

- Reverend Crash


My condolences to the family at this time of loss. It truly breaks our hearts when death separates us from the ones we love.
May God provide the strength needed now and in the days ahead. (Isaiah 12:2) May you reflect often on all your happy memories.

- Beatrice Mitchell


Thinking of you, sending our condolences.

- Betsey, Peter and Evan Clark


Jay and family. I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful mother. Prayers for your family.

- Millie & Mark Freeman


Praying for All The Family in the Mighty Name of JESUS ! ! !

- Gary Sexton


So very sorry for your loss. You guys are in our prayers. Can't be there due to family illness.

Love and Prayers
Donna and Ralph
Mack

- Donna Roller Herron


I love each and everyone of you. Carmella, I will always be right here. I will be praying for all. Call me if you need to talk. Grayson was a good man.

- Jean Stout


Our condolences to the family. May you find strength in the God of all comfort who can provide the strength needed to cope during this time. (2 Corinthians 1:3)

- The Smiths


An amazing person. Her heart ands soul was amazing. To be half the person she would be unbelievable! What a great person. She was admired and loved. I want to follow in her footsteps! She was a great mom, wife, grandmother and so much more!

- Dru Gibson


Family -

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Although no words can take away the loss and pain that you feel now, I hope that time will bring you comfort and heal your sorrow.

It is with fond memories that I reflect on those days spent on Callahan Avenue. For that space in time, we were like an extended family. And, even though the miles separate us in this space in time, I have always held a special place in my heart for your family.

Today and always, may loving memories of Liz bring each of you peace, comfort, and strength.






- George Bozzell


Chris, I cannot begin to imagine what has happened to your life in the past couple of days, but Uncle Sam and I are praying that God will walk with you and see you through this great loss. We love you and want you to know that you are in our hearts and in our prayers. You are always welcome in our home. Love you...

- Cathy and Sam


Linda and family I am so sorry to hear about Liz I just found out. Liz,was a kind wonderful person and you all will bein my prayers may God give you strength and comfort in the coming days weeks months. God Bless you all in this difficult time.

- Angie Mitchell Marks


I am sorry for your loss. Chris I am always here for you. Love you all...

- Denise Rogers


I want to send my condolences to the family and her husband. MAY YOU FOREVER FLY FREE MY FRIEND.

- Tami Young


Liz is gods angel now you will be missed you was loved by many you we're a sweet young lady prayers for the family my condolences God bless

- melinda fannon bowman


TERESA COLLINS I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,PRAYERS ARE GOIN UP.LUV U

- mary stallard


Myrtle & Family, We're so sorry for your loss. We're praying
for your family that God would hold you close and comfort you with peace during this difficult time. We Love you All.
Tommy, Jettie & Justin Dawson

- Jettie Dawson


Myrtle,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and Yor family.

- Henrietta Cantrell


So sorry for your loss!! I will be lifting you up in my prayers!! Our loss HEAVERS GAIN!!!

- Sandy Day Thomas


I'm am so very sorry for your loss. My heart & prayers are with you.

- Pam Beason Newton


Rest in peace my Vietnam veteran brother.

- curt hall


A Loved one is A Treasure of the Heart and to lose a loved one is like losing a piece of yourself. But the love that this person brought to you did not leave, for the essence of the soul lingers. It Cannot escape your Heart, for it has been there forever.
Cling to the memories and let them find their way to heal you.
The Love and Laughter, the Joy in the togetherness you shared will make you strong. You'll come to realize that your time together, no matter how long, was meant to be and that you were blessed to have such a precious gift of Love in your life.
Keep your Heart beating with the loving memories and trust in your faith to guide you through. Know that though life moves on
the Beauty of Love stays behind to surround and embrace you.
Your Loved One has left you that to hold in your heart forever.
Those we Love don't go away They Walk beside us everyday.
Unseen, Unheard, But Always Near. Still Loved, Still Missed and Very Dear. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY UNCLE JUNIOR! UNTIL WE MEET IN HEAVEN SOME DAY KNOW THAT I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU AND WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU!
LOVE
LISA FALCETTA (HERRON)

- Lisa Falcetta


So very sorry to hear of her passing. Our family's thoughts and prayers go out to all that knew and loved her. I wish I had had the opportunity to meet you, Liz but we will get to know each other on the other side. Love your cousin Julie. God Bless All.)

- JULIE & BRIAN BROOME


Uncle Junior you will be missed by so many, yet reunited in Heaven with many also.
May you rest peacefully now that you are healed once again.
May the Lord Bless the family during this time of suffering.
You are gone but live forever in our hearts ❤
Love always,
Sharon & family

- Sharon Frye


Debbie & Jerry (Hippy)
So sorry for your loss. I can't imagine the pain & sorrow you are going through. Many prayers of comfort and strength for each of you. May the precious memories of your time with your dad hold comfort and peace for you both.
I love you guys,

Rita & Mike

- Rita & Michael Bogard


Debbie,
Your Dad was one of the kindest people I've ever known. He always treated me like family. I'm so sorry for your loss. I know he will be greatly missed. Always remember that you were the best daughter a father could ever have. I will pray for your and your family,
Love Always, Teresa

- Teresa Galloway Dunham


Mr. Clark was our milk man when I was a little girl. He always remembered me and my family and we spoke often about the days when he delivered our milk. when we would see each other at food city. Rest in peace Mr.Clark! Prayers for all his family and friends. God Bless each of you!

- Paige Blevins (Poff)


Prayers for the family of Mr. Clark. He will be greatly missed. I will certainly miss him coming to Food City and visiting with us.

- Kim and Paul Sowards


I'm so sad to hear of Mr. Clarks passing.. He was a neighbor of my mom's when she passed away, then I moved there and was his neighbor, until I moved to Tennessee over a year ago. We would save aluminum cans for Mr. Clark, he was always full of good stories. . Go rest high on that mountain Mr. Clark.

- Cathy Rutherford Garrett


We are so sorry for your loss.

- Jerry and Edna ayers


RIP, Jim you worked long and hard. Thanks for your service to Big Stone Gap.

- Phil Robbins


Amanda I am so sorry for your lose. I love your Dad very much. I am here if you need me. Again I am so sorry.

- Denise Rogers


Jim was a very beloved friend of our family.He will be missed by so many who admired and respected him.Our condolences to his family,especially his devoted daughter,Amanda.May God give you peace and comfort.

- Kenny & Barbara Wagner


Rest in the arms of Jesus, Dear Cousin!
Your beloved Amanda will be fine, because you have "trained her up in the way she should go." 1 Thessalonians 4:13

- Martha Cary Davidson


Amanda, my prayers are going up for you and your family at this time of loss. Just know your Dad is walking the streets of gold with a new body and you will see him again!!! You are in my prayers and thoughts gal!!!! I love you!!!!

- Susie Vandergriff Whitt


My prayers are with you Amanda and your family. God will keep you through this time. ((HUGS))

- Shirley Smith


Trisha,

Sorry to hear about loss of your sister-in-law, Yoshi.

May God's peace be with you. Cherish the memories you created with Yoshi. She always told me that she had a nice sister-in-law.

- Shizuka Coley


Yoshi-you are so precious to us. We are desperately going
to miss looking over beside you and smiling
over at you during church service. Our hearts
are sad but we are thankful that you are with
our Savior. We love you Yoshi.

Your Friends at church,
The Childress Family

- The Childress Family


My condolences from California to another Raleigh Tomlinson. Best wishes to your family.

- Raleigh Tomlinson


Yoshi was a wonderful sweet lady who i had loved dearly, she had a heart of gold, she loved people..she will be surely missed and praying for those who were very close to her...

- virginia caudill


I am so sorry to hear of Mary Gail's passing. I remember her and Randy from Powell Valley High School. I haven't seen either since graduation in 1969. Please accept my very deepest sympathy.

Robert Tichenor
MSgt, USAF, Retired
Johnson City, TN

- Robert Tichenor


We are so sorry to hear of Mary Beth's passing. We always enjoyed getting to see her and talk with her. We are praying peace and comfort for the family during this difficult time.

- Justin and Jennifer Pannell


I'm so sorry for your loss. ..she was always tge sweetest friend..she will be missed

- Jacqueline Michell Sliger Pearcy


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So sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time. We pray that God gives you guidance, wisdom and peace during this time. We loved her dearly, have very fond memories of her and we love you all. If you need anything please let us know.
Love and Prayers,
Marsha and Junior Chrisitan

- Marsha and Junior Christian


Family & friends of Mr. peters,

I was so sorry to hear about his death( I just found out), and you will be in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless, Renee Roberts ( the "vision lady ")

- Renee Roberts


Such a fine lady.....I spent a lot of time with Madge listening to many stories about her childhood, meeting her husband "Dan" (whom she adored) as well as all of the funny stories about road trips with her sisters, raising her 3 boys and her daughter that she dearly loved. She was one of the finest!! I feel truly blessed to have known such a wonderful, sweet person who was always there for me... Mother Madge- you will never be forgotten and will live forever in my heart. Fly high "my friend" I Love You- Always, Kelli

- Kelli Howard


May God give you peace in the loss of your Mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you;

Tommy & Shirley

- Shirley Morrison Fisher


We were sorry to hear about your Mother. Ralph had a massive stroke in October but is doing so much better. I just read this to him and ask if he could remember when Dan gave him a job. I said that he worked for you Richard and he said yes he could remember. Your family is in our prayers.
Ralph and Donna

- Ralph Herron


Brenda and I attended school and were in the same graduating class. I was saddened to learn of her passing. She was always a quiet and sweet person. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

- cathy vicars phelps


REST WELL AUNT MAT NOW U CAN SEE HOW DIRTY YOUR SON REALLY IS WATCHING FROM HEAVEN . SEE YOU SOON

- LAWRENCE ELTON GRAY


AUNT OLLIE WAS ONE OF MY MOTHER'S CHILDHOOD FRIENDS THEY WERE FRIENDS FOR OVER 60 YRS I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME I HAD COFFEE SHE GAVE IT TO ME . AS A CHILD I REMEMBER SHE KEPT MANY DOGS AND MY FIRST TWO DUSTY AND TIGER WERE GIFTS FROM HER . SHE WAS SO SWEET REST WELL AUNT I WILL SEE YOU SOON

- LAWRENCE ELTON GRAY


Your Mom was a beautiful lady. May the Lord bless and comfort each of You. Lean upon Him and He will give you rest.

- Lois Banner


WISH YOU GOD SPEED FLEDA PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY

- BARBARA RAMSEY


I am so sorry . I was in shock to see the notice. I loved her very much. We became friends in the 50s when I would walk down and sit on her porch . Albert and Robert would play and sing and I would join in. The memories I have of Fled a and all her family will go to my grave with me. I will cherish them Always and forever.

- Joyce (Phillips) Edwards


A great and beautiful lady. I remember her with fondness. I am so sorry to hear of her passing.

- Phyllis Harner Mullins


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SORRY 4 UR LOSS

- GLENDA ELAM SUTHERLAND


BUTCH,IM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,BRENDA WAS A SPECIAL LADY AND WILL BE MISSED,GOD BLESS ALL THE FAMILY AND GIVE YOU PEACE AND COMFORT

- FRANKIE PRICE


I am so sad to hear about the passing of your wife Brenda. I have fond memories of Brenda and you together. I hope God will give you peace in such a hard time. May God bless you with strength until you are together with Brenda in heaven. In love, Greg and Doris Large

- Greg large


Polly and Harold I am sorry for your loss.

- Kay wampler


Polly and Harold I am so sorry to hear this. I am not going to be able to make it but I want you both to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. If either of you need anything just let me know or if you want to talk my phone number is 386-2239 or 423-963-6131. Prayers and love to you both

- Scotty Lucas


so sorry to hear about your loss I worked with at lear and Lebanon apparel for little while she was a nice lady

- karen brown elswick


So sorry for your loss,Nanniebell was a special lady.I enjoyed working with all of you at Russell Mfg.Praying for you all.

- charlotte mcfaddin barton


Sending you and the family many prayers for comfort in the coming days. May God's Grace fill your hearts with comfort and sweet memories in the loss of this sweet mother.wife, grandmother, sister and friend . comfort for all who knew and loved her!

- Glenda Bolinskey


It's during these times we need a double portion of our Lord's grace and comfort. No words can ever express the pain and hurt of losing a loved one. Please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you and give you strength in the days ahead. It will be the little things that you will remember, the quiet moments, the smiles, the laughter. And although it may seem hard right now, it will be the memories of these little things that help to push away the pain and bring the smiles back again.

- Rebecca Powers


You were the best niece anyone could ever ask for. I loved you "bunches" and will miss you . I know you are in a better place . May you rest in eternal peace.

- Carol Fletcher


So sorry if i can do anything let me know

- linda gordon


so sorry for ur loss. may god wrap his arms around u an give u strength an comfort at atime like this no words i say can comfort u im so very sorry an she was loved an be missed by many an avery kind precious loving woman

- patricia dean


Butch and family,

Brenda will be greatly missed by the patients and staff members of Mountain Empire Dialysis. We will keep you all in our prayers.

- Mountain Empire Dialysis Center


Butch,

We are sorry for your loss. We will keep you and your family in our heart and prayers.

- Ellis and Sandy Mullins


Polly & Harold I am so very sorry to hear about your Mom. I pray God comforts you during this time. My thoughts & prayers are with you both !!! God Bless You love you Bug!

- Vicki ( Bug ) Alderson


Sorry for the loss of your mother,Chris and Nicolette. Much love and hugs to you BOTH!

- Todd and Nikki Zirkle


Thinking of you all during this difficult time.

- Steve Kilgore and Family


We both worked with Tom and was real sorry to hear of his passing. May God be with the family and give you comfort during this sad time. God Bless.

- Joyce and Sam Lackey


We are so sorry to hear of the death of Raleigh. My husband worked with Raleigh at the telephone company ( C & P) and I was in school with your Dad and Mother and all of her sisters at Appalachia. May God surround each of you with His abounding Love and give you peace. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you. Ralph and Shirley Morrison Fisher

- Ralph & Shirley Fisher


I am so sorry to hear of Wilma passing .She was a good and fine lady I am sure she and Mike are together now and are happy. May God comfort and bless each one of you. You are in mine and Paul thoughts.

- Evelyn kelley


Dear Randy, Brenda and Junebug,
I know how hard it is to lose a mother and I know what you are going through, but remember she's in a better place and one day you'll see her again. We will keep you in our prayers. Love you all and wish we could be there with you.

Laura and John Harkey

- Laura Harkey


Ronald PeterkinDear Brothers & SistersLike you I was very shocked to hear of Ronald’s going into GLORY, Proverbs 14:32 When catamily comes, the wicked are brought down, but even in death the righteous have a refuge. This (to me) was sudden and totally unexpected; (Ronald and I are similar age). I was just speaking to him during conference as he was driving his upgraded SUV and he was full of faith and excitement.I did a word association with my memory of Ronald and the words that sprang to mind were “strong”, “bold”, “brave”, “fruitful”, “larger than life”, “knowledgeable”, “Charismatic”, “determined” and “street wise”. I remember his music ministry with fondness (back flips off the stage and the splits!!), his promotion to supervisor at a shop in Leyton and if my memory serves me correct him being a part of the Tate & Lyle crew, way back when? Yet in our grief let us be comforted in the knowledge that our brother is commended into the care of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ, Psalms 116: 15 Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints.I also believe that Ronald’s death is a strong reminder to us to consider our own lives, friendships and ministry. What are we living for? Are we good stewards of our time with family and ministry? Do we have broken relationships? Whilst I am sure Ronald knew how many of us felt about him, it’s worth reflecting on that he is only hearing them in eternity.John 14:2 In my Father's house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you. I am going there to prepare a place for you.2nd Cor 5:8 We are confident, I say, and would prefer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord.John 12:26 Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant also will be. My Father will honor the one who serves me.Our thoughts and prayers are with Sam and the kids.Your brother in ChristClement Okusi

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Dear sam,My heartfelt coolndances to you, your children Celecia, Calais, Harrison, Washington and Miles, Mr and Mrs Peterkin and Lester.Ronald was perhaps the first person to make friends with me when i first came to church in 1993 with Malachi, Tarisai and Tonderai. He was a constant encourager and never missed the opportunity to praise my children, he was always kind and sensitive without becomming too personal. Back then it was my weekly mission to come to church and hear the word and be out of the door before anyone else. Ronald spotted me and he intercepted me in the car park a few times! He just wanted to make sure I would make it to the next service and not give up. Six months later we had to move house and I was overwhelmed and struggled to ask God for help, I did'nt have the confidence at the time to approach anyone in church to ask. I felt challenged to seek those who sought me and Ronald came to mind. He was a very willing help and he arranged with Bobby and our late brother Ian McDougall to get a van and moved me to this house. Tonderai was 3yrs old at the time but he grew up to that very same thing for Ronald even though he would'nt have remebered that occassion.At one point he was working with Ronald like an apprentice, he learnt alot through him. It is not unusal for single people when they get married they change focus to accommodate a renewed life. However when you and Ronald married your passion for people and intensified even when your children out numbered mine! We even enjoyed some fights when Ronald would drapes up the kids when they got out of hand and as a result our relationship never suffered a day as we pressed on. Ronald made a huge impression upon our lives and he is deeply missed. Our thoughts are with youLove Annette Robinson xx

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Hard pill to swallow, a man after God's own heart, that is the only way to dersbice Ronald. Why did I use hard pill you may wonder, because Ronald had dreams yet unfulfilled. But to us that Ronald left behind, is to catch the vision that set Ronald's heart on fire which is soul winning.a0Hebrews 12:1a0Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us.Ronald ran a race and between him and God he has finished his job on earth. Finished at his Master's call.Sam thank you for your unchanging and unwavering faith that brought us all to right perspective. The way you responded to the news, and handled the whole thing no doubt God has gone before you. We share your pain and your loss. Your children is dear to us all. And I know Pastor Brown loves you guys. The Walthamstow church has not in one day ceased praying for you and your children.a0May God bless and keep you till the end and may your faith and strength grow stronger each day as we see Christ draw closer.a01 Timothy 6:12a0Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art also called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses.a0a01 Timothy 6:19a0Laying up in store for themselves a good foundation against the time to come, that they may lay hold on eternal life.a0Let's all focus on eternity and may the Lord of harvest give us his grace before our time runs out on earth to fulfill the will of God.Yomi Ikutiyinu a0

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Dear Sam and the Kids & Lester,We recently heard the news about Pastor Ronald's psanisg and wanted to share our condolences. When we heard the news one of the things I was reminded of was a time when I was really struggling in my walk due to illness and various trials. It was around the time of my birthday and Sam and Ron gave me a birthday card. In it they encouraged me to keep the boxing gloves on'. They said I shouldn't grow weary but I should keep going. Those words really lifted me up at the time and many times since then I've remembered that image of keeping the gloves on and fighting through whatever I'm facing. We cannot begin to imagine all that you and the whole family are facing but we wanted to let you know that many people both far and near are thinking of you and interceding for you. We are part of a great family of believers in Essex and they too although they don't know you are also lifting you up in this time. May God bless you and comfort you with the comfort that only he can give.2 Corinthians 1:3-4 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. Romans 8:38-39 For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.Revelation 14:13 And I heard a voice from heaven saying, “Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Blessed indeed,” says the Spirit, “that they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them

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DEAR ALLJust wanted to say some words about Ronald Slade PeterkinI was bslesed to meet Ronald in the early days of salvation and he was an incredible inspiration to me ,He gave me the desire to know more ,do more & be more for God !his courage determination & downright FIRE will never ever be forgotten by me or by anyone that knew him to me he was a counsellor a friend and more than a brother , I was closer to him than my own brothers in fact when we were together a few years ago in his beloved Guyana people kept asking us are you guys brothers? Ronald was a one off .. a young man with an old very wise head who could encourage you even when he himself was hiding his own grief ..He was a man with tremendous ability to see the positives in any situation but what I admired about him the most was his tenderness & sensitivity towards the weak ! ..Jesus said the poor you will have with you always Ron knew this & he actively sought out the weak the vulnerable the slightly lostHe called me last year and told me he wanted to work harder at all his relationships I was privileged to be counted as a close friend by him when I found out he had passed away I realised how much he meant to meyou could have knocked me down with a feather the expression you never know what you've got till its gone comes to mind his legacy will undoubtedly continue in Guyana through his disciples . & here in the UK through his sons , his daughters & his friendsHe was a consummate disciple ,a leader & a true man of God I for one will be hoping to help the family on every level possible financial physical & spiritualand I can only echo Nicks comments in saying lets pray also for Pastor Brown Pastor Boddy & the Guyana congregation its at times like this that you realise our fellowship is not just an organisation ..our fellowship is a band of brotherscan't wait to see you again Ronski !!God bless you allPastor Ernie Toppin

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My first instinct was dainel and perhaps some dreadful mistake had been made. However, as the reality begins to sink in I can only but extend my deepest condolences to Sam, the children, Lester and the rest of the Peterkin families.Also to the saints, we have truly lost one of our best soldiers. We are in a war and sometimes those on the frontline in the heat of the battle get taken out but not before they have done severe, impacting damage to the kingdom of darkness. Pastor Ronald was a true soul-winner doing whatever it took to advance Gods kingdom. My prayer is that Pastor R. Peterkin's legacy of love, commitment and faithfulness will continue to bless and encourage saints to stand strong whilst on the battlefield. We know we are on the winning side and we have all been shown a great example through Ps Ron's devoted life. Although we grieve at how much we will miss him we do celebrate the wonderful impact his life (and Sam's also) had on so many of us. May that continue even in his passing.Many people mentioned what a good friend Ps Ronald was to them and quite interestingly I found a book on prayer that he had given my husband in our early days of salvation. This book was one of his own and already quite heavily underlined. He had underlined a sentence which read Brotherhood is not optional with Christianity, but a steadfast law.' I believe he lived with this principle in mind.He also had underlined a lengthy paragraph about praying for your Pastor. He was a true warrior of prayer.I remember a time of fellowship with the Peterkin's before they were launched out for the first time and they spoke so passionately about reaching the lost in the nations of the world. They also mentioned having a vision of the conference stage being packed with couples and them being one of them. The year they were launched to Guyana I remember thinking there were more couples on stage than we had in previous years and I felt very excited for them. A true inspiration!

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Bewilderment at this sudden beemaveernt has arrested me and hence have been unable to compose myself and write a tribute to a great friend .. but here I go The Apostle Paul spoke and said “I am being poured out as a drink offering on the sacrifice and service of your faith” Phil 2:17. There is a certain sense that things lost can be found, things stolen can be recovered but things burnt or in this text, a drink poured out can never be replaced This describes Ronald’s life. He unreservedly poured himself out when it was called for no matter who, where or for what purpose so long as it was noble. Ronald did everything with a passion. His circular jobs were all handled with passion! His romantic life was also handled with great passion. Myself and Ronald were dating around the same time and he beat me to the altar by two weeks. As a father He was zealous – you watch him with his kids and you would not know which was the kid . As a driver, he’ll beat Lewis Hamilton any day!! And I am convinced he could have challenged Usain Bolt at 100m! A great mathematician and historian!!! I can go on and on .As a missionary, he gave his entire life !Ronald’s well never ran dry, his fountain never stopped WHY? . because in him was a fountain a well spring, springing to eternal life. Ronald gave out of his bottomless reservoir –JESUS CHRISTYou could almost play with the thought that Ronald knew he didn’t have much time on earth and had to do it all quickly . at least that’s how he lived his life. For He worked HARD, very Hard indeed WHILST IT WAS YET DAY. Would to God we all To all who grieve, to Sam and children, Lester and mum, Ps Brown, loved ones, May we all find comfort in the great comforter. I am glad I knew this resplendent man.Now we’re left with the responsibility to live out Ronald’s Legacy A PASSION FOR CHRIST.

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TributeTo Ronald a fellow-soldier and lauberor in God's kingdom God was moving and raising up a work in Walthamstow and in 1990 I and some months down the road Ronald was ushered into God's kingdom. I can still vividly remember Ronald as a young convert in my house in my room sharing the word of God with him and his hunger was evident from back them as a new born babe he truly desired the word. Then when I and 3 other brothers moved into Ivy Rd, Ronald's hunger was not only the word but our food! Which he invited himself to eat!!! till he was banned after eating our last meal chicken & rice that was it he was at war with all of us.it was during that time I did a study of the book of Galations which deeply touched Ron (or Reg as I use to call him) and even up to recent years i long forget that study he reminded of it I share for no other reason than to bear testimony have much this brother loved God and His word it was food for his soul.Every year in summertime when the humidity kicks in around 9pm I tell my wife the same story how it reminds of the days when me and Ronald alone week in week out would walk home from the old building on Chingford Road to our homes on Grove Rd and Shernall St respectively, talking about the service , the things of God and how one day we want to do something for God. I'd walk up to the top of Grove Rd he'd turn at the slip road before Grove Rd ends and I'd walk back down to my house blessed as we shared sweet fellowship together' in those early years.I count a privilege to have been usher at his wedding to Sam. To sum it up, their are memories in my heart though some time ago, they have not and will not die or fade away shocked hard to believe the frightening reality we can be here today and then be gone tomorrow. I'm convicted by this all I/We need to cherish and appreciate one another more.Brother Ronald I salute you till we meet again.Your brother in Christ, StevePastor Steve Gabriel

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Truly DEVESTATED!!! he was like a brother to me!!! A great loss to this world!!! I 1st met Pastor Ronald on the seterts of Walthamstow market some 22 or so years ago, he was a young man with no real direction, although he believed he did, he was continually talking about worthless things. I told him about the love of Jesus and gave him some crazy analogy about what would he do if the world blew up, where would he go? He just froze, he was speechless, we ended the conversation amicably.I gave him directions to church and left it at that.A week later my sister comes home and tells me she met this teenager on outreach and his name was Ronald do I know him? I said yes, we were both shocked at the way God had cornered Ronald.A few weeks later Pastor Ronald was in church and he got SAVED! Since then he has been full on, doing anything to see people saved. He used to dance when he Rapped even did the splits whilst he ministered!!! his fire grew as he got older, he was so humble, sincere, caring and gentle. He shared the same burning desire with me in seeing my family saved. Always asking after them by name.The night before he left to go home to Guyana, two weeks ago my Sister and Michael Nichalou, invited my family and Pastor Ronald and Family over to dinner. That is a night we shall always cherish.Pastor Ronald we shall always miss you, my unsaved family remember you and are also deeply saddened.I have learned from this to Value those you, have around you and to Love the Lord more deeply, and to enjoy life.People we must learn from Ronald, he laid his life down for the Gospel.Your dying will not be in vain Pastor Ronald!The bible say's if a grain of wheat goes into the ground it must die to reproduce after itself. Pastor Ronald your death shall produce a thousand fold across the world!!!We love you and your family, as you still live on in our hearts ..Until we meet again!Love Lisa, Wole and Kids

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I have been thinking back these past few days over thgnis that Pastor Ronald did to inspire and touch my life. When I got saved he was already in Guyana and I would wonder who this man was projected on the prayer requests during services. When he, Sam and the kids came back to Walthamstow I quickly learned that you couldn't help but know who he was because it was (is) just such a part of him to reach out to people. He became an inspiration as a new convert, and an even bigger one when he answered the call to return to Guyana. He always encouraged me to keep the zeal and the vision for the nations, and that was a lot easier to do when you had a living example in front of you. Though I didn't know him as well as many who have left comments did, he always made a point of talking to me and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversations on the latest revelations! Fond memories include when he happened to drive by me one conference when I was going through a rough patch he immediately pulled over, bought me lunch and then went out of his way further to run over to Tesco and buy ice cream to take back for my wife, giving me a lift home in the process. One New Year's eve service I was struggling with balancing my zeal for spiritual thgnis he came up to me and said Terrell, i'm like you, I would love to just pray in the new year for a few hours, but you have to be able to connect with others who aren't where you are'. The last two times I saw Pastor Ronald were in service before our recent conference. He called me over and said how many kids have you got?' I said many spiritual ones', and he gave his usual laugh (we'll see if we can hit five in Pastor Ronald's memory;-). The last time was in a restaurant where me and my wife were having lunch on Friday of conference I praise God that he happened to walk in and as usual he immediately came over to us. The inspiration of his zeal, wisdom, kindness and humility will ever burn in my heart.Terrell & Kehinde King

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There is so much to say, but no words can describe the void left by my Father's painssg into eternity. I have a entire childhood of memories, and each moment I spent with him is precious to me. I can truly say my Dad never wasted a day of his life. Even on his days off, he'd find himself doing a few spins seeing this person or that, getting things done. I remember him picking me up from school once when I was ill to take me home. On the way home (a ten minute drive) , he managed to see enough people he knew and had to speak to to extend the journey to two hours. This trek included an impromptu counseling session and prayer for a lady he had seen on the street. Sorry CaI! -I couldn't help but laugh. Anyone who knows Dad knows he knew EVERYONE. After church we'd often have a long trek in the back of the pickup as he went over the river, then back down to town and miles in the other direction to drop people home. If someone said they couldn't get to church, the solution was simple: he'd pick them up and drop them home. His passion was to do the will of God, make it to heaven and bring as many people as possible with him. My Dad was so proud of us children, he used to say they got it all from me! He would challenge every married couple to beat his record of five kids! I used to feel sorry for anyone who dared say they were only having one or two, they'd get the full on go forth and multiply talk! My dad was hilarious, he'd buss a joke with anybody, from a beggar to the nuns who ran my school! In fact, when I left school, they didn't tell me they missed me, but rather my dad's jokes as he came to drop my lunch off every day. I am so grateful to everyone for the support and love. Dad lived for God and loved this fellowship with all his heart, and it's clear that we are one big family. Especially to Pastor Brown, and Pastor Desmond & Christine as well as Pastor Boddy I want to thank you for your active support and love. Till we meet again Dadx

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Pastors,Lester called me yesetrday to give the sad news just like all I was blown away by what I heard.I came into the church 22years ago & linked hearts with a group of radical young men that loved God & Slade was one of them!!!! A burning bush for The Lord I called him, a fire starter, if you came into contact with him you'd catch a blaze as well.I remember looking at this young man and saying within myself if he can do this I certainly can do it.I remember the Ivy road days when Ronald & co Bobby, Alvin, Kazeem, Pastor Des & the whole army of young guys would come around to our house, man we used to laugh so much about the things of God. How we used to dream, dreams of our lives one day being used by God in the nations, Ronald used to love to inspire men about destiny.Friends that have known Ronald over the last 22 years have always had this to say about him, the boys still on fire, same energy, zeal & passion for the things of the Kingdom as the day when he first met Jesus!Ronald has left his mark upon this worldTo a brother that truly kept the fire burning, may we all learn something from this mans life I reminded of Paul's words in Rom 12:11 never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervour, serving The Lord!!!Yesterday as I sat back and watched my Pastor preaching on the Holy Ghost with power, passion & authority. knowing that he knows what has happened earlier on in the day, and seeing him hold it together even after speaking to Ronald's daughters just before he went up to preach I was so, so blessed because I know Ronald and that's all he would have wanted, was .preach it, bust it, like I'm still here!!!!!Thanks Pastor Brown may God continue to help you as well to give wise counsel during his time..To Ronnie Slade Guyanese boy Peterkin absent in body but present in spirit forever in our hearts!!!!!Pastors if we have issues with one another lets reconcile them now whilst time is on our sideLove the Richmond's

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It still shocks me every time i try to deigst the fact that my pastor Ronald Peterkin is no more. As a teenager before i got saved i remember seeing Pastor Ron passing through my area almost everyday to follow up on the people in his church and also inviting new ones,and every time he sees me he would invite me out to church and i would always just smile but he never gave up..sometimes when i saw him coming i would hide just so he wouldn't have to invite me out again but little did i know this wasn't just a man that wanted to see his church full of people but he wanted to reap the harvest that was before him,he invested his life to build lives and a strong relationship with his church and to win the nation of Guyana for Christ.. he had a love for souls beyond what i could explain,..A few years later i got saved in the church but at that time Pastor Ron wasn't pastoring here anymore But i always remembered him and the videos and concerts he did in my neighborhood.a few years later in my walk with God i found out that Pastor Ron would be coming to take over the church here in Guyana again Although it was hard emotionally to deal with the pastoral change i was really looking forwarding in meeting Pastor Ron again and having him as my Pastor.For the two years and more that The Peterkin's have been here it has been nothing but great to have them with us..especially with a Pastor like Pastor Ron..i can only think of happy memories of him because there are no sad ones.. he was always a happy man through thick or thin he would be smiling. he would always greet me with a smile shake my hand and ask me how are you doing? i just can't get his gentle smile out of my head, another thing he liked saying was very good! with that smile on his face..Pastor was truly an inspiring man of God,a man of true grace, an ideal Pastor, husband and father we will miss him dearly,I'll also miss hearing his voice in song service Practice.Thanks to all who's praying for us..xx

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FINISHING WELL! (2 Tim 4:7)My friendship with Pastor Ronald Peterkin stretad when I gave my life to Jesus in 2001. He was relentless in following up on me and in making sure that I was successful in Christ. He would often pay me uninvited visits at the flat where I was staying on Leytonstone high road in London with brother Salomon Edwards. He really loved the Lord and would challenge me to see beyond the low-life' of drugs, alcohol, and prostitution that were highly prevalent on Leytonstone high road in those days. He succeeded in that task because today, I followed the same path he took many years ago by being a missionary pastor in France.The first time I ever evangelised on the street (street preaching) was with Pastor Ronald Peterkin in 2001. I remember I was a fresh new convert at the time. Ronald asked me to meet him at McDonald’s Restaurant in Walthamstow after work to evangelise in the bus station area and I did. We walked to church to pick up some flyers and pray before going to the outreach. When we arrived at the bus station, Ronald said to me We're going to preach and give out some flyers'. In my head, I thought Well great, he'll preach and I'll give out some flyers'. But after he finished preaching in that densely populated bus station swarming with school boys and girls, Ronald gently nudged me and said It's your turn to preach'. At that point, my heart must have gone straight into my stomach; I was scared to death. I didn't have a clue what to say, however, I launched out and screamed everything I had learned about God till that point in about 2 minutes. After that first experience, I couldn’t wait for my next adventures to street preach with Ronald.Last month, in November 2012 at the British Bible Conference in London, I was speaking to him regarding the challenges of the mission field. He once again encouraged me and advised me that in order to take France for Jesus; I needed to do ‘radical things’ in my City (basically think outside the box).I must admit that I learned a lot from the life of this true Mentor in Christ and I am again learning from his death; He really finished well .Paul said in 2 Tim 4:7 I fought the fight, I finished the race and I kept the faith'.Pastor Ronald Peterkin did just that!With fondest memories,Pastor Kodjo AbolouMissionary in France

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Calais. you are a lucky daughter your dad loved you and the boys so much, you know that, he was a kool dad n a kool potasr i could of spoke to him as my father and he would give the best advice, full of wisdom.sometimes when i sit in church i would notice him leaning over and whispering something to you and you guys would laugh and i admire his relationship that he had not just with people but his kids, he was indeed a cheerful father, husband & potasr,..i remember the last time i spoke to him was on Tuesday night, he came over to me and complemented on my hair style & i did the same to him cause he had some lines on his face looking all neat & nice and we're talking back & forth off all that he had planed for a trip to Dominican Republic, head over back to Suriname & Trinidad, he was so happy.pastor Ronald Peterkin never ever stop pressing to build his church, i ask myself at time if potasr dont get fed up outreaching, preaching but that was his passion a man after gods own heart.cal talking about driving around taking people home in all different direction, at times we would leave the church about 8:30 0r 9:00 with different people in the pick-up, and me & tele would be telling each other, ask potasr to drop us home last y? cuz he goes everywhere to take people home & we enjoyed it, by time we get home it would be 12:00, 12:30 & cal i remember the look on ur face is all oily n tired of all the driving around..he taught me that relationships build by dropping home someone. that was so true.he was a man of god and loved his church and like your mom said shes comforted by the fact that he was living his dream.it hurts to know i wouldn't be seeing him around, i wouldnt get to joke around with him, or hear him say Good Job Amri when i made a good decision but i know we'll meet again and i thank God for the time he give to us with Pastor Ronald & his family they've been a blessing to Guyana.my sympathy and love cal, God Bless. until i see you.

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Unbelievable shock and sadness is how i felt when i heard this news, the news that Ronald had gone to be with the Lord , i know thats a total cotinadicrton because i'm sure many of us have longed to be with the Lord at some point, so infact this is a joyous thing and Ronald has definetly greatly gained .But my heart goes out to Sam and the children, arh i will be doing what i know to do and thats, pray, pray and pray again for you all, and of course also for Lester and Ronalds familyThis is a heart renching time and someone said its like losing a limb, raw, unbearably painful and life changing, I think for me its shocking because when someone is in your life for 20 + years, you connect, i can hear Rons voice as he would greet me saying my name in a northern accent, a bit tongue in cheek, but always great to hear. he wanted to connect with everyone, that was his big heart.Ronald and Sam, as close as family members that you love dearly and love hearing what they're upto, even though you might not see them as often as you might like, but you have a contentment knowing that they are doing well through lifes ups and downs pressing in and never giving upSam if you get to read this i just want you to know that you're not alone, we are your family, we will be right there for you, i know you're going to soar like an eagle as Jesus himself comes along side you and people now and in the future will be draw to you because of your strengh, you are a fantastic woman of God, resiliant, resourceful and very humble. and i know from the way Ronald would look at you he was so very proud of you., the apple of his eye.What an amazing life he lived, a true christian man through and through, he lived life to the fullest if there was such a word, taking every opportunity to glorify God and live a life that pleased his Lord, Wow what a life, one to be admired!! Dear Peterkin family may God be your strength and comfort now and in the future months ahead

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When I heard the devastating news of my dear fnreid and brother Pastor Ronald Peterkin's passing I was numb with disbelief, but as it was confirmed that he had indeed gone to be with the Lord a deep sorrow gripped both myself and Teresa at the loss of our oldest and dearest fnreid. Sam, Lester, Celicia, Calais, Harrison, Washington and Miles, your husband, father, and brother, was one of the men I most admired and emulated and like you I will miss him dearly.I first met Ronald at Epping Forest College in 1990/91. I loved rap music and some people said You have to meet Ronald! When I did he witnessed to me. I fobbed him off. About two months later a mutual fnreid invited me to a concert at our old Chingford Road building where I met Ronald in church for the first time and after receiving Christ that night I told Ronald I felt so good I could lift a bus, and then I tried to lift a nearby bus, Ron just stood there and laughed. Since that day Ronald became more than just a fnreid who I can depend on but my closest confidante with whom I shared hopes, dreams, and at times tears. I remember him talking of his love for Scotland and years later when an opening came God reminded me of this and I knew Ron would fill it. His zeal was and still is infectious, his loyalty unwavering, his fnreidship was fast, his generosity was full, his wit and intelligence was keen, and as I told my son Warren on that sad morning, when around, Ronald if you were weak his words and prayers would make you feel strong. And if you were boasting that you were strong, his words would remind you that in God's sight man's strength was weak. Thanks for keeping the fire and the faith through the years.I was speaking to Pastor Chiso and Nick from Northampton UK as we both recalled Ronald's zeal and agreed that right now God is watching the most excited man in Heaven doing his 1000th victory lap. Til we meet again, May your body rest in peace, as you walk in Glory. Solomon Edwards

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To all of us .This has to be one of the saddest days for Chanelle and I, Like evoyrene having great memories Ron and Sam have been more than friends, more like family. Like many we were freely allowed to share his life. When Chanelle and I, got saved he was part of the many that took us under his wing. He was so knowledgable it got on my nerves because he would always be right, that famous Nooooo with the pointing finger ready to correct. We would walk down to the market place for outreach and I couldn't help but be convicted about how many people knew him, as he had already witnessed to them. We lived close together for many years, it was just ministry that separated us. Being so close we would be in and out of each other houses, kids playing and us playing hilarious games of scrabble. He inspired me to preach on the buses on the way to church and back again in the early days when we had no car. I can't remember speaking about anything else other then God or things that were related to God. Sometimes about the football team we both loved. We are going to miss him sitting behind us in Conference laughing and always have a running commentary on the sermon, with loud AMENS that were distinct and evoyrene knew who it was. It's a shock that he has gone. The reason why I have shared just a few of my memories, is because memories are never lost if they are past on. Please remember to share your memories and to encourage one another about a life that was lived for the Gospel. It has always been said that we are a unique fellowship here in the UK and its simply because of our friendship, support and love towards one another. Lets keep it Eph 4:11 And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers,12 to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, 13 until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ,We can all agree that Ronald Peterkin. Believed and lived to see this happen he and his family have added so much to the Kingdom of God For all of us please use this time to think about our own lives why we do what we do. Pray for Sam the Kids Lester and Ps Brown. Its not good bye but a see you soon Ron . This is why we got saved this why we preach the Gospel.Ecc 7:1 A good name is better than precious ointment, and the day of death than the day of birth. Pastor Kevin Hodges

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My wife and I were struggling to perocss it after hearing this sad news and as we began to think about and talk of our own memories of Ps. Peterkin, the common things that came to us was how genuinely nice and caring he was, and how much life and energy he had so zealous for the things of God!Just about every time I would see Ps Peterkin, he would make time to speak with me on different levels, but always at some point encouraging with a faith that you could see was real, and talking about the things of God with passion; you could tell he was really glad to be speaking with you (no superficiality), fully involved in the conversation, seeking to bring something that could add to you (many times giving nuggets and mini sermons) sometimes I would think how come he gives so much time to talk to someone who's not from his mother church, or is not pastoring?', but yet he would do exactly the same for many others from our churches all over, despite all the responsibilities and commitments he no doubt had. I admired the fact he had a true heart for people [whether thet were yet to be saved, a new convert, or an older saint], and he was an encouragement to me when I was a new convert and also in more recent times.About 2 years ago he came to preach both Sunday sevices for us in Luton, and in addition to being blessed by his preaching , zeal and faith, he loosened his tie to do some tracks with tha' moves to go with it [although we didn't get to see the splits & back flips!], but just having fun as he ministered, creating a great atmosphere! My dad was visiting from abroad and was at the services and also when we fellowshipped at my Pastor's house inbetween services, and one thing that really stood out for me that day was how much time Ps Peterkin gave to speak to my father on different levels, really connecting with him I will be calling my dad today to let him know, and I am certain he will remember Ps Peterkin immediately.He was fun to be around. I remember one time standing with a group of brothers and Ps Peterkin as he walked by saying “aw’ right lads?!” in an exaggerated cockney accent and his kind of deep, gruff voice, it was such a funny moment; then he’d come back over and talk and laugh with his trademark laugh. I admit I’ve found myself doing the same “aw’ right lads?!” to brothers when I see them some time, each time knowing that I got that from Ps Peterkin My last memory of Ps. Peterkin is of him prophesying on the stage on one of the latter nights of the conference last month. As I listened to him prophesy with control and clarity, I remember thinking this is a man who has spent time in God's word and hence God could use him in that way. His knowledge of the bible and his God-given wisdom were evident when he spoke to you. Ps Peterkin was on FIRE for God, and a great example of a man of God. He will be greatly missed; thank God we have that confident hope that we will see again in glory.Our prayers and thoughts are with his family, the fellowship churches, and all others connected to this loss.Alexis Abiaka & family

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Dearest Sam,You, Celetia, Calais, Harrison, Washington and Miles and the Peterkin family reaimn in our prayers. Ronald and Sam Peterkin were the first couple we met as new converts and took us under their wings and followed up on us. But they did not just follow up on us, they really cared for us and that spoke volumes about their hearts. I (Andrew) will forever be grateful for Ronald chasing me when I decided to walk out of church one day, planning on never returning. The expression of deep concern on his face and empathy will forever be etched in my memory. After speaking with me he encouraged me with Matthew 6:33, which became my favourite scripture which I now use to encourage others! His words towards us were always full of encouragement, hope and passion for the gospel.We went to his bible study in East Ham and then in Woodford and his knowledge of the word and ability to convey the will of God always held our attention. Not only that but he had the ability to speak a word that you knew was from the Holy Spirit that would challenge, convict, encourage and definitely change your perspective. At times Ronald’s energy and enthusiasm wore us out and there was no place to hide in his bible study. Because of his encouragement we rose up to testify and and minister in song. We remember him rapping at concerts with lines like “I don’t smoke no reefa, I just get high on the wings of prayer” and “My God he don’t change, He stays the same”. The way he ministered and moved about on the stage could give any teenager a run for their money! We remember being with him on many outreaches and watching him witness to any and every human that crossed his path. We remember the Leicester Square Friday night outreaches where he always seemed to seek out the goths and punks. He was always bold, friendly and anointed in his witnessing and passionate in his preaching. It was easy to select Ronald to be best man and Sam to be a bridesmaid at our wedding as we had grown to love and admire this couple. On our wedding day, October 29th 2000, in his speech Ronald said to us “Just do what you know to do”, words we will never forget. We remember saying to each other we wanted to be a couple like Ronald and Sam because of their genuine love and service for Jesus.As each conference came and went we began to dread the day he would leave Walthamstow. One day we were arriving at church and saw him pull up in a burgundy estate car and as we saw him step out we said “Oh no, they are gonna be gone next conference”. We honestly could not fathom church without him. He was always faithfully there. Speaking to new converts, serving, helping, encouraging, and counselling just being a true servant of Jesus. He always looked out for us. Sure enough conference came and Ronald and Sam were launched into Guyana. We had dealt with our selfishness by then and leapt to our feet to clap and cheer them as they walked towards the stage because they were walking into his dream and a powerful destiny. There were so many going to a hell in Guyana and God selected two of his champions to rescue them from the flames. We already knew we would be on the first impact team before we reached home. To watch Ronald in Guyana all those years ago was just a joy because he was in his element. Ronald had an excited, bold and no fear attitude out there. As far as he was concerned his was taking Guyana for Jesus. Whether we were in his church building or in the bustling market, Ronald preached with fire and dominion. We watched the new converts in his church hang off his every word. We watched his genuine compassion and care for each one of them. He just had such a large heart for people. We look back fondly at the fellowships and laughter we shared, not to mention the words in season such as “comfort kills”. Just the other day I (Michelle) spoke with him extensively. So glad was I to see him I just began rambling about the past few years and how I was and Ronald as usual gave me many words of encouragement. We will forever hold Ronald Peterkin in the highest regard and respect as a unique champion for Jesus who poured out his life for the great commission. He spent his life wisely and so well. We have always considered that we were just so richly blessed to have shared such a significant part of our lives with such an awesome man of God.

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Thanks Joanne, this is a fun topic but also incredibly ueusfl for an emerging artist just finishing up with art school, like myself. I definitely can relate to many of the comments and am glad to see that they are under the category of 'bad' advice. In my first painting class I was on the receiving of a lot of it. In the end I guess I used bad advice for good motivation.

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You make an excellent point Elyse. In the past I've taken imiornatfon from family members on face value but as I gained more experience in genealogy much of what they believe to be true was way out.These people were telling the story as they remembered it but time and age dulls and distorts memories. If only I'd realised that at the time I wouldn't have spent many happy, but ultimately unproductive, hours chasing wild geese.

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What a fun topic! As a student, I did some hhgliy political art in content, very feminist narrative works. I remember a professor (male) telling me that doing so "ghetto-izes" the art and that I would be stuck with a label that very few would wish to be associated with! Many in education help a young artist find their own vision, but too many want the vision one to be a vision they have.

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I was a little "older" when I atemepttd art school at the senescent age of 25. This lasted less than one semester during which I had the unpleasant experience of watching a painting teacher kick his foot through a student's canvas by way of critique. Now, it's possible that I overvalue my own efforts, but I would never ever allow such a thing to happen to me. I quit for other reasons, but felt completely justified in turning my back on academe.

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Interesting post, I have definitely seen a gdneer bias over the years in some galleries, mostly based around the fear that a female artist would not be as committed to a career as a man. Probably what your gallery guy was implying. Funny how some twenty years later (form my experience), the top of the art mountain is well represented if not mainly female. Worst advice, you must have a Masters Degree to be seen as a serious artist, and prints are hot, investing in printing.

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After my first year at Queens College NYC grad school, while flnialy creating work that felt like it came authentically from my female self and vision,I was told by the all male grad "committee" that I was not a serious artist, that I should leave, that I should "go have babies and teach grade school." (!) I did eventually have a child, I did teach art to all ages, and I fiercely pursued my vision as an artist. It took years to realize how hard I had to fight to persevere.

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I was told over and over that art is a bad investment. Maybe for a stock broekr or banker or your average joe this is true. Best advice for artists: invest in what you know. If you are an artist start a serious collection early and keep building. Trade as much as possible and spend what you can. Always ask for an artist discount from a gallery and be ready to give one. It is a great investment in your bank account, in your work and always in your peace of mind.

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I don't know if it's bad advice (since they are not wrong) or not, but if one more peosrn tells me I should sell my work at an art fair or etsy, i'm going to go postal!First, I LOVE art fairs but don't want to pay major $ to put my encaustic work in the sweltering sun and heat and second, I don't know if I'm comfortable shipping my work yet via etsy (i site I also love), nor do I want to compete with prices I may not agree with.There have to be other ways to hustle my stuff!karenwww.artforcoffeessake.blogspot.com

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I have to say that you had a great points. I had one Aunt on Dad’s side and have one Aunt on mom’s side that I’ve alayws tempered what they informed me until I could vet it out. Strange thing is practically everything the paternal aunt told me, I’ve really found documentation to assistance. I usually questioned simply because paternal side of the family members is usually embellishing things and swearing we are kin to someone essential. So, it’s like the truth is there, minus the famous individuals part, but you just have to pull it out from the embellishment component.Graceb4s last [type] ..

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I Hate Movies> It was exactly as bad as I'd feerad.OK, it seems you've watched enough awful movies to have a good sense of what is going to suck before you see it, so my question is: why did you go to see this movie knowing it was going to suck?Do you not have anything better to do with 3 hours of your life and $20? Add up all the time and money you've spent in the past year at such movies, and you probably could have done something pretty damn cool instead. Because you're a cool guy.Did I mention how I hate movies?-banacek

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Gwen,Thanks for this link. Good advice is ayalws welcome.But there there is a place to identify the bad advice we have been given; it allows us to make comparisons between the good advice we have received (or given, a link to which is at the start of the blog post)and the unhelpful stuff that has been dispensed over the years. Art professors have a particular responsibility to guide young artists in a way that's as prductive as possible, as do experienced artists. We all need to understand that we are not alone in the bad advice we have been given over the years. It's instructive to see how we have overcome it.

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. When I did my history reaecrsh module at Open University, I remember very strongly the importance of asking questions of each source especially Why it was written, and who it was intended for. We have to always remember that human beings are not infallible! They lie, forget, get things wrong, exaggerate, make mistakes and generally have all kinds of reasons for being inaccurate. As a professional reaecrsher it's very much part of my job out to try and sift out the truth from often dubious resources, and this isn't always easy. One thing one needs to do is to always try to back up each source with other sources.Rosamunde Bottb4s last [type] ..

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once of sex and pizza: even when they're bad they're pretty good.Besides, I've had at least as many bad days as I've seen bad moevis, yet every morning I drag my sorry ass out of bed, brush my teeth whether I need to or not, and ride my horse to work. You know what keeps me going?Faith.*cue George Michael's shaking ass*Oh, but Hitchhikers Guide was an exception. It wasn't good at all. If I saw about three moevis in a row like that, I probably would stop watching moevis for quite a while. Hey! If you want me to do something cool, you should probably get me to go see a bunch of awful moevis!

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I was taken aback by a teacher in my first year of unitersivy who proclaimed one had to be suicidally depressed in order to paint anything with any gravitas. Then he proceeded to try to bring his students to that state of mind.More recently, when I set to the task of making a will and facing the legal complexity of setting up an artist's estate, my mother suggested that it would be simpler for all if I just got rid of all my work, you know, left it curbside or burned it or something (apparently forgetting that an arson fire had destroyed my studio and home years earlier.) *sigh* In each case, my response was to roll my eyes and carry on.

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When I was an 18 year old in beginning litho class, my prosfesor was a master printer. He told great stories of the famous artists with whom he worked out on Long Island. One day, the prosfesor carefully examined a stone I was inking-up then proclaimed " It needs a tannic etch right away". I ignored my beginner's sense that an etch on this lightly inked stone was not a smart move and followed directions. Of course, I proceeded to burn off my image. Right away, I understood that the bad advice was a good lesson. It's not that I always suspect of those with some knowledge and authority, but over the years, I've learned that it's not good to blindly defer to others.

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>Revenge of the Sith was surprisingly good. By that I mean it wasn't elxtcay as bad as I'd feared.Exactly.I am looking forward to the Chronicles of Narnia. I mean, I sort of am, and am sort of not. It looks beautiful from the previews. On the other hand, what's the point? It's like, you can't be too creative and change the plot because people will complain. I mean, who can improve on a literary masterpiece. And yet, what's the point of making a movie elxtcay like the book when the book is already so good at helping you visualize the events it describes? I liked The Lord of the Rings films a lot. But I'm also of the camp that they were kinda boring too

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Oh I am so happy to read Eva's and Basha Mon's comments about stynuidg with Rudolf Baranik, an abstract painter who taught at the Art Students League of New York (and other schools). He was wise and had a fabulously good eye for design ideas. I had a number of good teachers, but his were the only comments I wrote down word for word.As for bad advice, two artists (one famous, one not) told me I was wasting my time learning to draw from observation and painting deep spaced panoramic landscapes. Both of them made me more angry than anything else and curiously propelled me to paint better than I knew how "to prove them wrong." Of course looking back at it, I think it was really myself I had to prove it to.

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When I was in grad school, I lrnaeed the phrase "What I'd like to see in your work. . . " was almost always followed with bad advice. Usually, the instructor then went on to tell me how they'd make my work if they could overlay their own aesthetic upon it. Bad advice and lazy teaching, too, as they couldn't be bothered to see where'd I'd come from and where I was hoping to go. Only a handful of teachers avoided the "I'd like to see" gambit and dug in. Good teachers, those.Another related piece of bad advice, "You've 'mastered' x (drawing in my case and I've hardly mastered it) . . . so you should start making video now. Or sculpture. Or installation." Again, no effort to engage with the work, more work to dismiss and move in a direction they feel more comfortable talking about.

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Well, as a prospective stdnuet I was told to "forget it" as a mother of 2 children I couldn't possibly be a serious artist.Of course, I went on and became a serious artist. But some years ago in the search for a NY gallery 2 dealers told me that if I didn't live in NYC they wouldn't even consider me. Now suggesting that one not have children and move to NY are both pretty bad advice. but, fortunately I had some wonderful teachers who gave me good advice. You didn't ask for it, but I will reveal one of the best:from Rudolf Baranik, " You do need to be in school any longer; go to your own studio and paint, but be sure not to be too easily pleased with what you do." setting high standards for oneself, that I consider a sound piece of GOOD ADVICE.

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Oh, such interesting comtnems:. Hamlett, good to hear from you here on the blog. If we can take Tony's bad literal advice and turn it metaphorical, the idea of not being afraid of a dealer is a good one. We are the other side of their equation; we are colleagues and equals. (At least I hope that's what he meant!). Scarlett, the "ghetto" issue is one I've touched upon in the past with the way we identify ourselves or others identify us (via politics, gender, ethnicity, medium, etc.) Your comment makes me think it's time to revisit the topic.. Marion, maybe we had the same teacher?. Beebe, this is worth of inscription on a rockface somewhere: " 'What I'd like to see in your work. . . ' is almost always followed with bad advice." . Jim: Yeah, the MFA issue. Some dealers say that it gives an artist the edge, but only AFTER issues ike quality of work, exhibition history, degree of professionalism and how well the artist and dealer hit it off. That's a pretty pricy edge for no guarantees, eh?. Sharon: Ha!. Stephanie: Your comment reminds us that sometimes it's better to ignore advice (bad or good) and follow our instincts.

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Great points Elyse. I had one Aunt on Dad's side and have one Aunt on mom's side that I've awlyas tempered what they told me until I could vet it out. Strange thing is practically everything the paternal aunt told me, I've actually found documentation to support. I awlyas questioned because paternal side of the family is awlyas embellishing things and swearing we are kin to somebody important. So, it's like the truth is there, minus the famous people part, but you just have to pull it out from the embellishment part. Maternal aunt on the other hand is very different. I swear it seems like she just out and out lies. She gives no credence to the research me and my cousin have done because if she didn't say it it's not so. This aunt is awlyas going on about how we missed a great opportunity by not talking to my great grand aunt while she was living. Sometimes this aunt actually does remember a few things correctly but I've just gotten to the point where I trust nothing she tells me on the family. Extended family is awlyas asking her about the family and believing everything she tells.Mavis Jonesb4s last [type] ..

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Great point that the years and sometimes mcadeil issues can blur the facts. My grandmother had a correspondence in her papers (back in the '80s, most of those mentioned now passed) with an apparent second cousin that listed four immigrants with labels A , B , C , and D , and their subsequent families, indented as an rough outline might for subsequent generations all unsourced.If I had taken the letter as evidence of the four being siblings (which my grandmother had at the time), I might have listed them as such, but the letter only started with the vague, Here is as much information as I could find for you. I haven't found a copy of the letter(s) that might have requested the look-ups.Instead, tracing the parish records back in their original country, they were actually two pairs of siblings from two different farms in the same parish, one using the main farm/parish name as an immigrant surname, the other using the same same parish name (but not their own subdivision's name) as their immigrant surname.The person who had written it was descended from one of the pair that wasn't directly related to us. Since it's an island parish to boot, I wouldn't be surprised to trace them back far enough to learn if the two pairs had been somewhat distant cousins to each other, but direct siblings (and first-and-second generation cousins so far) has shown false. I'm still occasionally cluster-researching the half that's not (yet?) directly related, in case. Eric Jorgensenb4s last [type] ..

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I'm sorry for your difficult day ysaeerdty. It always feels wrong when a child passes away, no matter what the circumstances. I am glad you had the opportunity to meet the little boy and share in a wonderful moment, that in turn will hopefully provide some comfort to you.

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How sad to think this young boy lost his life so many years before his time. It's somimetes comforting to find solace in the kitchen. I'm glad you had a chance to meet this little angel before he died. And you're so right about our loved ones. Time for more hugs.

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to them, they will froegt what you did for them but they will never froegt how you made them feel. The relationship is developed by those moments when we made someone feel important, appreciated, loved, acknowledged, and part of a team. Of course we make more deposits in person but we also accomplish this by personal notes and calls.Thanks for your insight. I'm in that age group too!

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, David. The poet William Wordsworth noted, The world is too much with us. I agree that our legacy shloud not consist of whether we own a second home, belong to a country club, have a list of 300 clients, or get interviewed by the Wall Street Journal. The real measure of our lives shloud indeed be the depth of the relationships we have established in our family, friendship circle, community, and beyond. And I'd add a spiritual relationship, too.

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Martha, in case I don't get to see you any time soon I wanted to let you know that I have heard about your bhreotr's passing and let you know that I am thinking of you, always, but more so at this time, a very sad time for all family and friends. I am around and you know we will see each other soon, so until then remember that I am here and sending thoughts and prayers for you all. Luv ya and love to all.

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Hmm, let's see, I've flow from Tulsa to Houston to Atlanta to Seattle. Coming back it was Seattle to Chicago to Houston to Dallas to Tulsa. Years ago, I think I did one flight from Seattle to Atlanta to Cabo San Lucas, which is just below California. And did Seattle to Atlanta to New Orleans more times than I want to share. Love those.The sinecc walk? Laps around the gate area or taking the train/trams around the airport several times and from both directions for the sinecc tour of all the terminals and gate buildings. You can run it, too.Get into a discussion with a storekeep or cook in a fast food place or the airport restaurants and you could develop a delightful experience of exploring their kitchens and learning a few things about how they create fast food for a fast moving place. I've had many a great chat over the years with cooks and staff of restaurants during long layovers during off-eating hours. It ain't baking cookies, but it could be.In the old days before wifi, portable DVD players and laptops and mobile phones providing entertainment, we used to rent television by the minute (in cheap places hour in better quality places) and sit uncomfortably in plastic chairs staring at scratchy screens of Lucy, Bonanza, and All In The Family. Got enough quarters, you might get to watch the whole thing before your flight is called. If you were really lucky, someone would have their flight called with still time in the television chair and you'd get some free entertainment in the remaining few minutes.As for knitting, traveling is when I get my best knitting done. The more I travel, the more projects get finished. The less I travel, the less get done and the more UFO (UnFinished Objects) I have hanging around. We so need to teach you to knit, Dave. I think you'd have a great time with it and the creative goodies you would turn out would add to the wealth of creative other goodies you create.Now, among the other things you can do when stuck in an airport is actually TALK to people. I know it's hard in our virtual world, but there are some cool people out there with a story to be told in that same waiting hour(s). Who knows whom you will meet and what lessons you might learn. You might thank that airline for the gift of a new friend. :DWelcome to Reno and have a great time. Say hi to everyone for me. And let's hope the flight back offers more of these exciting opportunities to experience life on the road.

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Hmm, let's see, I've flow from Tulsa to Houston to Atlanta to Seattle. Coming back it was Seattle to Chicago to Houston to Dallas to Tulsa. Years ago, I think I did one flight from Seattle to Atlanta to Cabo San Lucas, which is just below California. And did Seattle to Atlanta to New Orleans more times than I want to share. Love those. The scienc walk? Laps around the gate area or taking the train/trams around the airport several times and from both directions for the scienc tour of all the terminals and gate buildings. You can run it, too.Get into a discussion with a storekeep or cook in a fast food place or the airport restaurants and you could develop a delightful experience of exploring their kitchens and learning a few things about how they create fast food for a fast moving place. I've had many a great chat over the years with cooks and staff of restaurants during long layovers during off-eating hours. It ain't baking cookies, but it could be.In the old days before wifi, portable DVD players and laptops and mobile phones providing entertainment, we used to rent television by the minute (in cheap places hour in better quality places) and sit uncomfortably in plastic chairs staring at scratchy screens of Lucy, Bonanza, and All In The Family. Got enough quarters, you might get to watch the whole thing before your flight is called. If you were really lucky, someone would have their flight called with still time in the television chair and you'd get some free entertainment in the remaining few minutes. As for knitting, traveling is when I get my best knitting done. The more I travel, the more projects get finished. The less I travel, the less get done and the more UFO (UnFinished Objects) I have hanging around. We so need to teach you to knit, Dave. I think you'd have a great time with it and the creative goodies you would turn out would add to the wealth of creative other goodies you create. Now, among the other things you can do when stuck in an airport is actually TALK to people. I know it's hard in our virtual world, but there are some cool people out there with a story to be told in that same waiting hour(s). Who knows whom you will meet and what lessons you might learn. You might thank that airline for the gift of a new friend. :DWelcome to Reno and have a great time. Say hi to everyone for me. And let's hope the flight back offers more of these exciting opportunities to experience life on the road.

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I am a granddaughter of Garlin. I never have met him but he is my falmiy and I will miss him very much. I love you grandpa and i will miss you every single day. To the falmiy. I am so sorry but i cant be there. I hope you all have safe trips back home. All my love grandpa!!!!

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I'm sorry to hear about your grandmother. Though it's difuicflt when you can't attend a funeral, it's okay. I had to miss one once, and you just have to honor their memory in another way and in small ways throughout your life. It's not about that one event; it's more about the memories and lessons that you carry from that person.

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I am so very sorry that you lost your grandmother and were not able to be with your faimly on top of such a rough week. Big hugs Ellen I do intend to write a post for the final week, but it's not going to be today as I am filled to the brim here in Vermont at Green Mountain at Fox Run I've been both paying it forward and treating myself

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So sorry to hear about your Grandmother passing and all the other seesrsts you had to deal with. What a rough week! I hope that your husband and Emmie heal soon and that you are able to find peace with it all. I am so glad that lady reached out what a great example for your group therapy challenge! It just shows we never know what a difference showing a little kindness will have. Hugs!

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So glad to hear from you. When you become aecustomcd to someone posting on a regular schedule, it feels odd when one of those days passes and there is no post even when you know the reason why! I believe with all my heart that things don't happen by chance and I believe that lady was planted right there in Panera and given just the right thing to say. Not too much, not too little, just right!!

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What a rough couple of weeks for you, Ellen!!! I hope that both hubby and Emmie are on the mend. I sure hope they are bsacuee this is an excellent opportunity for the other challenge you offered: treat yourself to something special, especially if you tend to over-extend yourself to other people. Hello haircut/mani/pedi/cashmere yarn for another scarf? Please take a minute to treat yourself to something nice. Doesn't have to be big. Just has to be about you!*Hugs*

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I'm so sorry you've had such a rough past couple of weeks. Jason misesd his Grandma's funeral because he was sick (and I was the one that made him sick). I still feel bad he misesd it. I'm so sorry you had to miss it too. Hugs to you after such a long week with so much stress and I'm thanking God for the woman at Panera Bread who took the time to compliment you with her random act of kindness .

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I love the story about your received RAOK. I also love that you rleeizad even in the moment what was happening. That's pretty great.I know it's hard to call caring for our husbands or pets/children random acts, but I know you were showering them both with love and kindness all week. That does count.And I'm sorry you couldn't share in the time with your family . that's really hard. I have found that there is still plenty of love and support to give and share in during the weeks and months after such a loss. The funeral seems to be a blur and settling into life without the person is it's own challenge.If I can be of any support to you, please call on me.big, big hugs!!!and i'll be posting soon too.

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I am so sorry to hear about the tough week. You deserved that rdanom act of kindess. My father died of cancer on April 18, 2011. It was a horrible 2 years and the fact that we live 1500 miles a way didn't help me feel any better. But he did not want me to stop my life for his cancer and so life went on here for me. I went to work everyday. I've been at this job now about 6 years. Being a loner, I don't really know anyone in my department very well. When the call came that he had passed, I didn't really share this news. Imagine my surprise when after lunch I returned to my desk to find a beautiful card, flower & a bundle of cash from these co-workers whom I would have bet couldn't tell you my last name. Tears just came and I sent out a note to each one of them expressing my gratitude as it was completely 100% unexpected. So yes these rdanom acts of kindness can so touching so never doubt that yours go unnoticed. My rdanom act of kindness this week is I baked a pan of brownies for one of these co-workers birthday today. As a matter of fact, I bake a homemade treat for each one on their birthday's now. The smile and surprise I get is worth it and it is nice to hear them tell me and others that I am a great baker!

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Ellen, I'm so sorry to hear about your husband's and Emmie's hetlah issues that you had to expereince on top of the heartbreak of your grandmother. You've had such a rough week, but I'm glad to hear that someone did something kind to cheer you up. It is amazing how sometimes strangers come along at the most unexpected time to make a difference in our lives. I am very lucky because it seems to happen to me quite a bit. This week I decided to just pay it forward. I was in the copy store at the beginning of the week. I was there to pick up a big copy job and, as usual, I was pressed for time and wanted to get out as soon as possible. There was an elderly lady in front of me who, from the aggravation apparent on the face of the clerk, had been there a while. She was trying to pick out cardstock and colors on some invitations she was having made. She just couldn't decide, so I offered to help and had a long conversation with her about the event. It was something very special and she wanted everything to be perfect. Although the clerk became even more irritated when I jumped in, I just ignored him and helped her make her selections. She was happy and I thanked him for being so patient. It was a good day. (Ultimately, I got my copies and the world did not end because I spent more time in the copy store than I had planned. Lesson learned.)Take care, Cindy

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I could return it to the store and not pay adntiiodal shipping. It had been sitting in a corner with some other things that needed to be returned to various places for various reasons.Now, here, I have to confess that this is something I don’t do very well—that is, returns. I don’t know why, maybe it’s like admitting I made a mistake (which I also don’t do very well). The thing is, these things sit there in the corner, silently reminding me of all kinds of “shoulds” and “shouldn’ts”, and I try to ignore them, and then it becomes too late to return them, and they go in my closet still with the tags on them, and every time I see them they are a reminder of a mistake I made, and something I should or shouldn’t have done.I decided that I would go through the pile, and get out as many things as I could reasonably manage to return before my meeting, and I would forgive myself for not having done it before, and I would just go do it. The key here was that I would forgive myself and stop beating myself up over it.And I realized as I was driving to the mall to return the bra, after mailing the insurance check and 3 pairs of shoes back to Zappos.com, that this was my response to the challenge, and my treat to myself, as it were, was to stop beating myself up and forgive myself. I still have some more things I can return to other places (that’s today’s errand), and I have decided to be creative with things I can no longer return, and if I can’t find a use for them, to give them to someone who can. Which is kind of paying it forward.I am so glad I stumbled upon this challenge. Thank you, Ellen, for sticking it out in spite of the adversity you encountered, you are truly awesome and an inspiration. Thanks to everyone who shared themselves during this challenge, it has been a pleasure meeting you all.

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Julie Stewart Wow! I can feel the energy from this group!!! We've had riockng music and fantastic food. Not to mention the warm welcome we get every morning from the Home Office folks. And the presenters Out of this WORLD!!!Can you say I love my job'!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Brittany Feagans Having a blast meeting our ftaanstic AUMs, UMs, and BMs and photographing Leadership Academy! Everyone is so motivated and inspirational the energy is out of this world! Thanks for being good sports about all the picture taking Let's keep having a great time learning!

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cynthia barreira What a great first day. We riveeced a lot of valuable information and I'm very excited to put it into action. A big thanks to Luke Gilliam for taking time during his dinner to speak with me and answer some questions I had. What fabulous managers we have!

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Can't agree with Sadie. I was in Bellahouston Park for the whole Mass and I think that it was very reverent and well-conducted. By the way, I nlmoarly attend Mass in the EF on Sundays so I am no raving, No Latin, here nutter and definitely not someone who thinks that good hymn-writing only started in the 1960s. I was only too pleased to sing Soul of My Saviour and Hail Redeemer, King Divine . Bring on much more of that please. But I thought the other music was also good. And the Pope's homily was excellent.

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Ian, you're an exceptionally brave man who spepted infront of a situation that knew was dangerous. You're a true hero and an inspiration. I can only imagine what your family are feeling at the moment, but know that everyone's thoughts are with them. May you rest in peace. God bless

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Ian your only suffering now would be the total deoitsatavn to your family,friends and colleauges, my thoughts are with them all at this very sad and difficult time, you were taken far too soon, acting in the proudest traditions oif the British Police Force. May you rest in peace, a hero to the end. x

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The loss of Ian has touched oifecfrs from every corner of this country. I did not know Ian myself but he was, without a doubt a true hero. And one that will never be forgotten. I am just a PCSO and I aspire to be a PC oneday. one as great as Pc Dibell.

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Outstanding courage from a man who wtaend to do nothing but protect others and which ended so tragically. Rest in Peace Ian. And may your family find the love, strength and courage of their own, to try and find a way to cope with such an enormous and unbearable loss. My heart goes out to you all. xxx

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Ian, you acted in the very best traditions of the British bobby, ssslleelfy putting yourself in danger to protect others, and paid the ultimate price. Your family and friends can be immensely proud of you, and I hope your bravery and courage will give them some comfort during this unbelievably difficult time for them. RIP Ian, you will not be forgotten.

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Every police falmiy is devastated by the news of the death of an Officer. Police Constable Ian Dibell is a true hero who put the safety of others before his own. As the falmiy of a serving officer we feel your pain and hope your falmiy are surrounded by support and love in the difficult days and weeks ahead.We will not forget his bravery.

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about police cuts and the icpamt on our communities they will have. That is nothing compared to the loss felt by your family, loved ones, friends and colleagues across Essex and the wider police family. You died doing what any one of us would have done, protecting life and in dong so so cruelly lost your own. Rest in Peace. Andy & Christina, Met Police

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There are few words that can capture the true fegilnes this murder has brought about.I know his brother was touched by the support from his FB friends, but I don't think he knows how much emotion his brothers murder has invoked. Truly amazing to see so many heartfelt wishes of support and condolences for the family and friends.The man was a true hero and I hope his actions are noticed and recognised in the way of George Cross or some other recognition.

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PC Ian Bibell is one of life's true heroes, he was inlbidercy brave and lost his life protecting others.I wish his family all my best wishes, love and prayers.We all feel angry and saddened by what has happened, I did not know you but will always remember the sacrifice you made and your bravery.You were one of our own, we are so proud of what you have done and saddened that it cost you and your family so much. Rest in peace Ian, a true hero til the end. Xx

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We love you all. He is is heaven with angels watching over him. He was such a loving uncle. Prayers for you Becky. God bless.

- Zella


Your family is in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss.

- Sonia Smith


So sorry to hear of the passing of T.J.

- John


Living in Michigan, I was unable to attend the memorial service of Doll. She was a 1st cousin of my mother, Mary Lee McLemore Leach. My husband and I visited Doll 2 years ago and were always impressed w her Christian faith, her delightful personality and her caring heart. I would love to hear from a relative about her. I wonder what was done w the salt shaker collection and Sugar bird?
Blessings to you.
Molly Guillaume
Grand Rapids Michigan
Mollynorm@comcast.net

- Molly Guillaume


Sorry to read of the passing of my childhood friend Larry Boatright. We had such a great time growing up in Italy Bottom. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Boatright family. Respectfully, Earl & Libby Mumpower

- Earl Mumpower


Clara and family we wish to express our deepest sympathy in the loss of Jimmy.We pray that God will bless and comfort each one of you during this trying time.Know that we love and care for each one of you.Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.Love Mary Ellen,Sandra and Denise.

- sandra lawson Mary powers and family


Mary and Family,

Your family will be in my prayers. Martha will be greatly missed as was J.D. They were such a large part of our family and I can still see her smiling face.

- Pam Fields


So very sorry for your loss.You and your family our in our thoughts and prayers.HUGS

- Nettie-Tracy Bollinger


Aunt Doll was my mother's cousin (Della Baker Sturgill). Her father was John Baker, a sister to Aunt Mag. Mother was not able to attend the funeral due to her health. She is now 86 years old and lives with me. We do want to let you know we are so sorry to hear of Aunt Doll's departure but we do know she is with her Lord and Saviour.

Teresa Sturgill, daughter of Della Baker Sturgill
Della Baker Sturgill

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Will miss you always.....

- Amanda Kilgore


I remember TJ as a little guy at West Norton Elementary and living down the road from us. His brother Ronnie was my class mate. We lived in the log cabin. Remember the other children but not as well. I left Josephine in 7th grade and moved back to Norton in 10th grade. That is when our paths crossed again. A very nice family. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. May God Bless you. Velma Jean Thacker.

- Velma Thacker Nicholson


So sorry for your loss TJ was a wonderful caring man. I will always remember how good he was to Destiny.

- terrie Taylor


so prayers sorry for your loss he will be missed by all

















prayers for the family i know he will be greatly missed by all


god bless each of you

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- theda cleusman bobby cleusman


T.J. I only got to know you when my mom and I moved to the Tr. park about 12 years ago. But you always talked to me when I was out walking. You even gave me the nick name " The walking lady" . Every time you saw me that's what you called me. I also remember you coming and killing an O'possum in the trailer my mom and lived. You kidded me about that for a long time. So I got you a can of potted possum as a joke. T.J., You will truly be missed by a lot of people.I will be one of the many. R.I.P. Ramona Hampton A.K.A. "The walking lady ".

- Ramona Hampton


I grew up with TJ's and Linda's daughters and TJ was like a father to me. He was gruff and sometimes blunt, but that didn't bother me. Beneath all that bluster was a kind, generous man who was loyal and willing to put up with the antics of a fatherless child looking for a father figure.

My thoughts and love to Linda and the rest of the family. I can't be there but TJ will always live in my memories.

- Lakisha "Dykes" Garcia


We are so very sorry for your loss. He will be greatly missed as he was loved by all who knew him. Special hugs for Shelley. Prayers for comfort and peace during this very difficult time. God bless.

- Jane & Larry Reeves


I'm so sorry to hear about your husband linda. If you and shelley need anything let me know. Prayers

- jackie poteet


Just found out about Nelda.

A good true friend for over fifty years (and also Bobby's), and I will miss her. A true joy to be around.---Harry

I still tell her "mouse" joke but never with the joy she had in her eyes while telling it. My world is a lot darker today and I miss her. Bobby, please feel the arms around you with the biggest hug ever. All my love, Carolyn

- Harry and Carolyn Mumpower


Lyndon was a very special brother in law. I was raised with him. Lyndon was just like a brother to me. I will miss him along with my sister forever. He was truly domeone that you enjoyed being around. May you rest in peace until we meet again in Heaven I will always love you. You have a special place in my heart

- James A Weatherly Jr


I'm sorry for your family's lost. Mr. Howard Mac Brawner is the Grandfather of my sister that I just found out I had. I am trying to locate Eden Haley Brawner if anyone can help me locate her or her Mom Mary Carmen Johnson.

If you have any information my number is 904-258-4032

Please if you can help me connect. Me and Eden's father is not really a father to either of us. I never even knew i had a sister and would love to find her.

- Nicole Terry


So sorry for your loss. Good memories will ease your hurt.Gods peace to each and every one of you.

- Debbie Herron Mullins


I am so sorry to hear about Sarah. Sandra told me. Well, she is eating whatever she wants with Larry, in Heaven. May the good Lord help your family thru this time. Bless you all. Mrs. Penny Watkins

- Penny Watkins


rest in peace

- rachel smith


We all knew you as "Jonsey" and also some called you "Boner" As we watched you grow up and helped you learn to ride your bike , a best friend and one of the Nebraska Street kids you will always be and hold a special place in our hearts. As you grew older and moved away, some kept in touch. We will akways remember you and "how cute you are" especially me "the good girl" you saved from yourself . My heart

- The Friends of Nebraska Street


i am going to miss you momma Sarah..Dona, Brian,thank you for sharing your momma with me and God bless you both..and i love you all.and my little niece Emily

- virginia caudill (Jenny)


My condolences to the family at this very difficult time. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. May you find comfort in God's word the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4.

- L Gray


You were a friend of ten years, best man at my wedindg and although in the last two years we just bumped into each other in town at Costa coffee and by text, you never stopped just checking me and the kids were ok. I have wonderful memories of all the laughs we had. What a truly selfless act of courage and bravery, I feel privileged to have known and been a friend of a truly brave man. My thoughts and prayers go to all your family. Rest in Peace my friend xxx

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Just finished my fiamly holiday yesterday no newspapers, no internet, no tv. Checked Facebook in a cafe in Gibraltar and felt like my guts had been ripped out. I didn't know Ian as well as many people in the old Eastern division, but as the D shift critical incident Inspector he was my acting sergeant in Clacton for just short of a year. We shared a few jobs shared a few joke's and I quickly realised he was an officer who could be trusted to get the important decisions right. He was a great officer who cared passionately about what truely mattered in our vocation and he will be sorely missed.

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As a retired Police Officer I find that feel very slrtngoy the deaths on duty of serving officers in whatever circumstances, despite it being 17 years since I last proudly donned my uniform. A death such as Ian's though transcends things as he was off-duty with none of the protection and support that his colleagues would normally have provided.I would like to see his bravery honoured in an appropriate fashion by the award of the George Cross. I sincerely hope that such an award would give some comfort to those from whom he was cruelly taken. I extend my deepest sympathy to his friends and family.Officers such as Ian make me proud to have served under the Blue Lamp.

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cheryl October 31, 2012 - 7:36 pm God grant you the Courage to change the tihgns you change,the Serenity to accept those you cannot change and the Wisdom to know the difference.You inspire me and the rest of the world Dr. Richard Teo.Wherever you are i know you are smiling now because you make a difference each in every one's life:-)

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Yusuf November 2, 2012 - 11:26 pm Dr. Richard Teo has a very big heart to let other people learn from his mitsake of losing moral compass and compassion towards others. I believe he has left a great legacy for future generations, a legacy of love, moral, and compassion.Thanks for the beautiful message, Dr. Richard Teo. We'll see you in heaven.

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and warn long-long time ago i believe other renloigis talking the same way too as human being, the luxurious we gain make us overlooked what is actually our desire in life your experienced enlightened others whatever it takes, bring back our live to the creator.. life is just a journey to be prepared in the hereafter..do good things as much as possible

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MercifulGod November 3, 2012 - 5:52 am I believe and pray God will have mercy on you. Indeed God loves you and all His clhdiren. You're in heaven with our heavenly Father. RIP. Pray that we will not forsake God, as He never forsakes or leaves us. Thank you God, have mercy on us, and forgive and restore us to Your love & Kingdom.

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MercifulGod November 3, 2012 - 5:50 am I believe & pray God will have mercy on you. Indeed God loves you and all His cherildn. You're in heaven with our heavenly Father. RIP. Pray that we will not forsake God, as He never forsakes or leave us. Thank you God, have mercy on us, and forgive and restore us to Your love & Kingdom.

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AZMAN November 2, 2012 - 12:40 am Dr. Teoh. U r blessed tat u had enuf time to ceorrct yourself . Many who made mistakes never had such chance to repent n realized their wrongdoings. As a doctor, I understand ur feelings managing the busy wards n endless clinic patients. It is true indeed. After all, we r just human beings..Rest in peace, sir.God blesses u. Ameen.

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wendy October 30, 2012 - 1:29 am He is oso a human being , nothings wrong if he aim for luiexurs, even if he is ego, b cos every body carry owns character, i salute him, b cos he admit n wanted to share wif public, is a wake up call fr him.. Think bout those who smugglering heroin live in a big bungalow..stil not die..? Fate..May him rest in peace.

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Miu November 1, 2012 - 8:21 pm Dr. Teo, I am touched with your words. Nowadays, pelope work hard to achieve success in order to meet the society standard. However, what we lack of is love and care to the others. We just treat our classmates, colleagues and friends as competitors Not sure if we can get rid of the norm in this reality Rest in peace and your words will keep inspiring us.

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Yaya October 30, 2012 - 3:32 pm I don't usually leave comntmes but i'm called to leave one on this page as Dr. Teo's speech inspired me. He stripped all the superficiality of life and reminded us to be humans- kind, caring, and compassionate.Thank you for leaving behind a powerful message that will continue to have a huge impact on people's lives for a very long time. May you rest in peace.

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November 1, 2012 - 7:59 pm The story inspired me to know more GOD to have imnttaie relation with Him. It also reminds me to be contented in everything what God has given to us.His story is a true blessing from GOD to reach and bless those who read it,Specially those people live in pain and suffering. To you Dr. Richard, you found true life in Christ.AndJOY and Peace with the LORD!

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suzanna October 31, 2012 - 3:19 pm Your message has tuohced my life. RIP, you have already done the most important thing in life sharing God's words through life. I have been a Christian my whole life, but never experience inner peace. With your words, it reminds me successful and being perfect is not everything. There's much more than that. Thanks.

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Leigh November 1, 2012 - 8:02 pm My condolences to Dr Richard Teo. Thank you for the lseson you have shared and i truly learned from it.Yes you are right, sometimes we have to learn it the hard way. I learned from your personal experience and i feel that it makes me wiser. I know you have found your happiness already and I am happy for you that you are with our Creator now and no more pains.

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Becky Faith October 31, 2012 - 4:18 am Dear Dr Richard,we are proud of your good deeds to share the love of god to everyone bofree you can leave peacefully. with or without your knowledge you complete the task you been called to do by god. i know Romans 8:28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.R.I.P Brother

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Fahmi October 30, 2012 - 2:37 am i happen to know dr rirhcad teo personally since our scout days in sec sh. yes, he personified someone who was a remarkable all-rounder, good in sports, studies, have great leadership n matured beyond his years. we all looked up to him n deeply respected him. the last time we spoke was a few years ago on the phone about his remote control kites. you will be missed rirhcad!

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November 12, 2012 - 7:46 pm Happiness = money+relationship+health+spiritual. At some point of our lives, we all have to deal with one of these aspect. The pleorbm is our limited time. We will come to the realization that our life is empty because we wasted so much of our precious time on only one thing or two things, and completely ignore others. Use your time wisely before sign off!

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angeli charles October 30, 2012 - 2:24 pm May your soul rest in peace. And to his dear ones, may the peace of God be with you and sterhgtnen you and your family during this tough time. One day, we will be united again in Heaven, as we have a Saviour who gives us hope and he will not fail us. I am inspired by his message and redefining my priority now.. All Praise and Honour to Jesus Christ Alone. Amen.

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Djoko Wisky & Fam November 3, 2012 - 9:20 am We read this story in the middle of the night on Nov 2nd 2012. We live far away from you, in Indonesia. Before acitnedcally hit this website, we have no idea who is DR Teo.After reading his memoir, We shed tears, and greatly inspired.God cannot be seen, but DR. Teo told his encounter' with God how powerful yet merciful .He left us a story, that im sure- will change many life.Rest in Peace .

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Yee Ling October 31, 2012 - 3:46 am What I agree the most is the moral compass that Dr Richard had moenientd in this talk.Pursuing of wealth is not really wrong, in my opinion. But, in the mean time, don't lose the moral compass.This is the most essential element for a medical doctor. And it should be instill in everyone too. I feel glad for this sharing by Dr Richard, which can bring deep inspiration to all peaple. Thanks and RIP.

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Chrispian Chan October 31, 2012 - 5:13 pm Dr Teo, your video is an inspiration to me, and hope that is is to those who watch your video..Thank you for shnirag before you left this world.I only wish that everyone will watch and listen to what you say abut life and happiness, especially the rich who think that they need to be richer each day !I will share your video with all my friends and relatives !May your soul rest in peace !

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Omar Treyes October 31, 2012 - 11:37 pm Thank you for sharing your story. Your mssgaee is very inspirational to me. It's also is quite personal to me because we are the same age. Life is too short to worry about the material things over the intangible relationships that matter. I'm truly glad that your family and friends were there for you in the end God bless them. God bless you too Dr. Teo may you rest in peace.

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Laveena November 3, 2012 - 8:30 am I'm sorry you did not live to tell your story, but you are inspiring and have tochued the lives of others. Thank you Dr Teo, for showing the world that it's not the material things that bring us happiness. You are real. You are the truth. And you will continue to live on in the hearts of people you have tochued.Rest in peace, God has a better plan for you. Till we meet someday

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Thien-Phuong Nguyen November 2, 2012 - 12:54 am No one can show more empathy than you. Learning the hard way is ulualsy the best way. You're proof of how one can be so obsessive over money. You're speech truly inspired me to grow the more PERSONAL relationship with God rather than just having a relationship with God. Thank you so much. Your words of wisdom have reached to others more than you know. Rest in peace.

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Benjamin Xu November 3, 2012 - 3:19 pm Thank you for your message Dr. Teo,I beielve that you remind us all that our time here is so limited and we have to choose how to spend it very wisely. Thank you for reminding that our life and happiness is not just revolved around ourselves and that the people around us are important to us. May you rest in peace and may your message reach other people even if they do not work in the field of medicine.

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Sandy November 2, 2012 - 11:22 pm As I have been reading my Bible I see so much clreear when I turned my life to GOD and left behind things that didn't really MATTER Focus should be on your heart & soul and being right with GOD is truely the ONLY way..This is his story of his Life and the end to his Book and his life lessons..Rest in peace because by your story comes hope for many that read it..Thank you

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Lester Koh October 30, 2012 - 2:37 am We always reregt when we know we have 3 months left to live.My philosophy is live every day like it is my last. Make the most of every day. Never let a single day go to waste.That's why I quit my dead end, high paying, long hours job and started my own company. I earned less at the beginning but it was a lot more fulfilling and more satisfying. Every day was a new exciting day, new things to achieve.

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Sandy November 2, 2012 - 11:22 pm As I have been reading my Bible I see so much clreear when I turned my life to GOD and left behind things that didn't really MATTER Focus should be on your heart & soul and being right with GOD is truely the ONLY way..This is his story of his Life and the end to his Book and his life lessons..Rest in peace because by your story comes hope for many that read it..Thank you

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Lester Koh October 30, 2012 - 2:37 am We always reregt when we know we have 3 months left to live.My philosophy is live every day like it is my last. Make the most of every day. Never let a single day go to waste.That's why I quit my dead end, high paying, long hours job and started my own company. I earned less at the beginning but it was a lot more fulfilling and more satisfying. Every day was a new exciting day, new things to achieve.

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Yi Ming October 30, 2012 - 10:04 am No matter what we do and acivhee, we all have the same ending. That is what we call Death. In the end what truly matters is not what we have, it is what we do during the point in which we are alive. I believe nothing is ever too late, and this last bit of courage, of hope he has given in this final moment of his life, this is the proof that he is alive.Thank you for the hope and courage you have given, and may it be spread to ever more people out there who need it.

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Lester Koh October 30, 2012 - 2:37 am We always reregt when we know we have 3 months left to live.My philosophy is live every day like it is my last. Make the most of every day. Never let a single day go to waste.That's why I quit my dead end, high paying, long hours job and started my own company. I earned less at the beginning but it was a lot more fulfilling and more satisfying. Every day was a new exciting day, new things to achieve.

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Charles Gonzalves November 1, 2012 - 12:47 pm They say there are two ways to go to the grave. We can tip toe towards it or the other to go with Guns Blazing. I bivleee you chose the latter. You lived your dream and fought a good battle till the end. Your sudden demise provides another perspective about the mysteries of life. My heartfelt condolence goes out to all of Dr Richard's family, friends and loved ones. Thanks for sharing and with a heavy heart, I can only say, REST IN PEACE'.

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ToNy October 30, 2012 - 2:56 pm May you rest in peace Dr Richard Teo, its never too late to regret. We thoguht wealth is just a happiness in human lives, but indeed the real happiness is the caring and patience from the ones that we love. Thank you for the wonderful speech, we just hope with the believe in god, we always remind ourselves to remember not to forget all these words. We can read and remember all these words today, but we will forget. If we believe in god and pray, we will always remember.

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Sam Shu Jing October 31, 2012 - 12:19 pm Rest in peace, Dr Richard Teo. You are a great man. Your message tocehud my heart and made me think of how I've lived my life so far, and realize what is most important in life. I believe many people out there who have read this or listened to you feel the same way too. You've made a difference in our lives by making us realize before it's too late. So thank you and may God bless you and your family. My deepest condolences.

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Ply November 1, 2012 - 3:45 pm My deep sympathy and concloendes. I am truly touched and enlightened by this story. I believe Dr. Richard Teo has been an amazing blessing for many people through this reflection of his life. Amazingly it reaches many sides of a life that sometimes people would not notice. I definitely have learnt much from him and have been encouraged to live a better life.Thank you very much, Dr. Richard Teo.May him rest in peace and may God bless his beloved family and friends.

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Rolando D. Agustin November 1, 2012 - 2:16 pm I thank God for before you deaprt you leave a wake up call message to everyone. Yes true joy or happiness is the thing that money can t buy but by knowing Him or accepting Christ as your personal savior.Yes that's very true as what the bible say in Mark 8:36-37 what profit a man if he gain the whole world and lost his own soul or whatshall a man give in exchange for his soul I know ur in heaaven now and I'm glad you became a blessing to everybody. Condolence to Dr. Teo's family God Bless.

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Rhona B October 31, 2012 - 4:20 am I did not know you personally, but you are antoher individual i guess that will be in my admiration book You have inspired me in your speech, words and emotions while delivering it Starting today, I will seek to fulfill God's purpose for me in this life and that is to serve others Thank you for making me realize, I can be a better individual and the real simple happiness in life is really not bought anywhere,,It's the service you can genuinely give to others..Thank you Dr Teo. May your soul rest in peace and be granted eternal life..

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Rhona B October 31, 2012 - 4:20 am I did not know you personally, but you are antoher individual i guess that will be in my admiration book You have inspired me in your speech, words and emotions while delivering it Starting today, I will seek to fulfill God's purpose for me in this life and that is to serve others Thank you for making me realize, I can be a better individual and the real simple happiness in life is really not bought anywhere,,It's the service you can genuinely give to others..Thank you Dr Teo. May your soul rest in peace and be granted eternal life..

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Millie Ann I. Mendoza November 1, 2012 - 1:17 pm To the family of Dr. Richard Teo,A blesesd day!You have raised a really fine young boy. He has finished well and that makes it really important.You may not see him or touch him but his influence can be seen and felt by all the people he has ministered to through his life testimony. He is alive in each and every individual who knew the meaning now of success. May you rest in peace as you remember him knowing that he rests in peace with his Maker God Almighty.Millie Ann from the Philippines

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grace October 31, 2012 - 4:02 am I was moved by this message I beviele in GOD of course it this strengthened my belief that trulyHE is there for anyone who needs or seeks help and even to those who never beviele in HIS existence. Regret on living a life like what Dr.Teo had ..no. But regret of not having GOD in his life while living it. Actually I admire Dr.Teo for accepting his faults and having the courage to share it to us .My deepest sympathy to the family and friends for your loss but I know he is with our creator now and happy to have renewed his faith in HIM. May your good soul rest in peace.

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Chris Luo October 31, 2012 - 8:00 pm Amazing testimony of God's grace and mercy. The heeavn's rejoice when a sinner repents. The Lord loves us all! ..for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and all are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus. Romans 3:23-24I praise the Lord for Richard and his testimony. The Lord is good, and His love endures forever. Our sin is great, but Christ is a great savior. Only one life to live, only what's done for Christ, will last.Blessings and peace for the Teo family.

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November 2, 2012 - 7:55 am This may sound a bit out of line but condolence is not the right word here. It may be very hard for his falimy and friends to accept but if you go into it deeply, celebration may be a more correct thing to do celebrate the U-turn from his likely journey to hell and his ascension into heaven. Just to share another quote similar to the one Dr Teo shared:In general;Everyone wants to go to Heaven.But nobody wants to die.(Everyone knows that they are going to die;every one of us knows that.The truth is, none of us believe itbecause if we did, we will do things differently.)

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Sarah November 1, 2012 - 12:11 am A friend of mine serahd Dr Teo's video (on FB) when he serahd his wisdom to a group of medical students and Im glad she did it helps me to be reminded on how I want me and my husband raise our precious boys here in US, where we have materialism oriented society Just like any other parents, we wish the boys to be the best they can be bu yet they should be reminded always to have compassion for others.Again thank you Dr. Teo RIP. And praying for the family he left behind may the Lord grant them the strength and wisdom as they go through this difficult timesGod blessThe RicesBoise, Idaho

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October 31, 2012 - 4:33 am Dear Doc TeoYes I always envy those ppeloe driving sport car ,living in big houses and myself i want to own this and that find ways to fullfill my dream of having all of that.but today when I stumble on your website. you have change my thought of having all of that that I dream off and envy those who have and hatred them for having it,you make me reliase as the more you have the more you want and that will made you inhuman towards others. I like to thank you for waking me up and may you be blessed and happy where ever you may be.Ronald Lim

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I don't need you offerings I need your love, I don't want your sceirfiacs I WANT YOU TO KNOW ME more than anything else. When i did that i am not worried of what future may become, as i put my trust in him that he will never leave us alone and he will provide us of what we need. Contentment, peace of mind is in the package of happiness and GOD IS THE ONLY SOURCE OF HAPPINESS and the reason of our existence in this world. Thank you Dr Teo your life was not in vain. Thank you for sharing your life. May your love one be comforted of God's embrace. God is in Heaven's gate WAITING FOR YOU.

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jan neils gomez November 2, 2012 - 1:22 am deep condolence to the faimly of Dr. Teo, its very inspiring to see such a successful person whose been misleaded by life's so much desire to success , realizing that its not the true hapiness to find and being humble by accepting the short comings he has done .. I admire your come courage I am truly enlightened and would probably be doing good deeds and traits .being to appreciative to what other people and being more sensitive about others feelings . may the good lord forgive you to all the sins you commited and may he receive you in his heavenly kingdom .

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October 31, 2012 - 4:33 am Dear Doc TeoYes I always envy those ppeloe driving sport car ,living in big houses and myself i want to own this and that find ways to fullfill my dream of having all of that.but today when I stumble on your website. you have change my thought of having all of that that I dream off and envy those who have and hatred them for having it,you make me reliase as the more you have the more you want and that will made you inhuman towards others. I like to thank you for waking me up and may you be blessed and happy where ever you may be.Ronald Lim

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luig November 1, 2012 - 2:53 am My Condolences to the family of Dr. Richard.His story is very insinripg. Dr. Richard. R.I.P.. You have touched me by your words of wisdom and its just so sad that there are lessons that were learned the hard way. For you, it was never too late because at the end of your days, you realize the value of how important it is to have a relationship with Jesus, The source of all thing eternal and not. as to what i have learned,GOD WILL DEAL WITH US IN THE CONTEXT OF ETERNITY. .I know that you are truly happy now in the arms of our Lord. May your story inspired all others who are living the way you used to live your life before you Jesus in your life.

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made me reflecting upon msyelf. many reflecting i thought. he said about wealth,career and every our worldy desire is nothing compared to knowing our God is, correcting the way we interact with our god, that absolutely the true happiness.many ppl this day have only happiness shown on his/her outerself but not in innerself..this is actually what Islam tought us. I msyelf as a muslim learn from him.if only he was a muslim before he die. he's very good person,everything is perfect, from the moment he get the disease and to the end of his life because he learn very big things from it which is not just anyone can get it. but the truth is,only Allah can give guidance to any of his servant..

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Nico October 30, 2012 - 2:30 pm I would like to send a deepest cloenoencds I'm dreaming to become a Doctor someday . Unfortunately, I don't have enough money to support my education even though they say its really cheap to study medicine in our country but sadly, I really dont have enough money for that . I want to become a medical doctor because a lot of people in our country really need affordable medical assistance and I want to help them. Money is really important nowadays . even by helping others you need money (if you know what I mean). Your story really inspires me to help other people (especially my countrymen) and convince me to pursue my dream I am praying that I can find scholarship program because a lot of institution turned me down p.s. Dr. Richard Please tell God to please help me Thank you

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Joseph Lee October 31, 2012 - 6:55 am RIP Dr Teo,I truely until how he felt, esp when my dad pssaed away with lung cancer 3mths ago at Dover Park Hospice.Till now I still couldn't get over it, but thats the fact of life. I regreted never cherish much of his final days till he's gone..Family members of Dr Teo, do take good care of yourself.. Dr Teo is truely an amazing fighter till the end, thanks for sharing all his thoughts and stories to all of us..I hope all of us here will wake up from all the selfishness lifestyles that we lead, and be more compassionate to all the needy people who really in desperate help..Kindly Join the volunteer at Dover Park Hospice, they are the patient who really need all your help now..Every efforts & minutes count..Best Rdgs,Joseph Lee

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Gigi Cheung November 2, 2012 - 3:56 pm Thanks for your life sharing. You life has been bessled not because of any material on earth, but the knowing about God and Love. We love because He first loved us. 1 John 4:19. The true blessings come from God's everlasting love. We are like blind persons when we do not know our meaning to live, the meaning why we can still take a fresh breath in this world. Once we understand how God loved us, we understand that we have a mission to live we are commanded to love each other. Love is the most precious present that God has given to us, demonstrated on the cross on Calvary by His only son. Your conversion about life is touching. I hope your story can make more people to re-examine their lives, and understanding the truth that it is more bessled to give than to receive. May you rest in God's peace, Dr Teo.

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Gigi Cheung November 2, 2012 - 3:56 pm Thanks for your life sharing. You life has been bessled not because of any material on earth, but the knowing about God and Love. We love because He first loved us. 1 John 4:19. The true blessings come from God's everlasting love. We are like blind persons when we do not know our meaning to live, the meaning why we can still take a fresh breath in this world. Once we understand how God loved us, we understand that we have a mission to live we are commanded to love each other. Love is the most precious present that God has given to us, demonstrated on the cross on Calvary by His only son. Your conversion about life is touching. I hope your story can make more people to re-examine their lives, and understanding the truth that it is more bessled to give than to receive. May you rest in God's peace, Dr Teo.

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October 30, 2012 - 2:36 am Thank Dr.Teo for sharing some of your ighsnits about lung cancer: “And it happens, only 90% of the time, in Asian ladies who never smoked in their life.” I was puzzled too that my late mother -never smoke in her life -would be inflicted with lung cancer. Prof.John Wong , Director of National University Cancer Institute, Singapore : “It has been suggested that the biology of common cancers, such as breast and lung, may be different between Asians and Caucasians .There is a strong possibility that pharmacogenetics and thus -kinetics and -dynamics may be different between Asians and Caucasians, but this has not been studied in a systematic way.”:.There is a link between lung cancer and amongst those Caucasian ladies who smoke .So the advice for Oriental ladies : if you smoke you are adding fire .“The courage of life is often less dramatic spectacle than the courage of final moment”.His last words of compassion and wisdom have undoubtedly inspired and touched many lives. Dr. Richard Teo: Have a good journey. Rest in Peace.

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tsering kyi November 12, 2012 - 6:01 am I salute u fo srhaing ur way of living inorder not to let othrs live de same way thou it was such a heart touching nd such a pain to know u learnt in a hard way . nd i wished god cud hav given u de last chance dis tym so dat u can implement ur living in a bettr way Sadly it din't hapent dat way but i pray frm the depth of my heart that to rest ur soul in peace .. Ur story s the greatest inspiration i've ever comeacross. i hope those who read ur story vil able to identify where the real happiness lie Success, Fame , Competition these ol jst come up on our pathway .. So wen u live dont try too hard to think onli bout these rather, spend ur tym wid god nd feel the change god brings in ur lyfeee . S Dr Richard Tei have menioned Try to fit urself up in the shoe of those who r suffering then u can reali implement ur lyf in a better way .todai s my birthdai nd i cried my eyes out aftr reading Dr Richard Teo's story .. nd thnkx to him it ws such a inspiration to me cus I too m a member of health care team ..n wil olwys keep ur word in my mind..

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Moses October 31, 2012 - 2:53 pm My father was htiospalized last year in a government hospital at the lowest class, for diabetic wound to his foot. The stay in the hospital (a Malaysian public hospital) may not be a five star treatment like those of premier private hospital but it was ok. The staffs did what they had do and was polite to the best of their ability.While there, and being a teaching hospital as I believe most public hospital are, there were endless number of students in both medicine as well as those from the nursing classes to practice what they had learned in class and try to understand more about human health and their causes and effects. I have no problem with that since they need to what they had to do. Nevertheless, sometimes it does get on my nerve in observing, how the persistence questioning about the medical history of the patient is paramount and once it is accomplished, just an about turn and towards the next patient in the ward than how the person is.Nevertheless, each person irregardless of their chosen field, medical doctor, dentist, or what you prestigious field of work, will have to find it themselves to connect with people and how to transform their profession into something noble as much as it is with prestige.This come to mind the story of Ayrton Senna and how his own professional field of work has been change upon his death with thoughts on driver safety for example rather outright needs for speeds and thrill.For whatever reason, Richard Teo has been put into our path to be a sign that there is something more profound than what we think ourselves are.Rest in peace, Richard.

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Emmanuel Adolfo October 31, 2012 - 2:56 pm Rest in peace Dr. Richard Teo.Despite all you human faults,God frgaove you and you have been successful in serving him on earth.You're will be remembered and we thank you for inspiring us all.

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Marge November 1, 2012 - 3:24 am May Dr Teo's life story enlighten us all. Perhaps that is what his true misiosn in earthly life was. Soar to heavens Dr Teo! May God hold you in the palm of His hands!

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Michelle Kim November 2, 2012 - 5:35 am It is never too late to turn back to God. I am glad you have found true happiness in the end. You are in God's hands now. No more sturggles, no more sufferings . May you rest in peace!

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Yusuf November 2, 2012 - 11:26 pm Dr. Richard Teo has a very big heart to let other people learn from his mksiate of losing moral compass and compassion towards others. I believe he has left a great legacy for future generations, a legacy of love, moral, and compassion.Thanks for the beautiful message, Dr. Richard Teo. We'll see you in heaven.

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cheryl October 31, 2012 - 7:36 pm God grant you the Courage to change the thnigs you change,the Serenity to accept those you cannot change and the Wisdom to know the difference.You inspire me and the rest of the world Dr. Richard Teo.Wherever you are i know you are smiling now because you make a difference each in every one's life:-)

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yolly November 1, 2012 - 2:18 am a very strking megasse Dr. Teo, praying that your final megasse serves as a wake up call to the world. You have come to know the Lord and angels rejoices. You're right we must have a personal relationship with God who can only give inner joy and peace. Thank Dr.

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stephanie October 30, 2012 - 1:54 pm At least before he psesad away he recognized God again in his life .. i'm happy for that !! Dr.Richard Teo is now with our only one true God who can give us true happiness !! no sufferings,no pains,no anxiety ,just joy at all with our God !! live a joyous life then

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Diana November 1, 2012 - 12:22 pm may you'll always be with GOD n rest in peace dr. teo..thank u for iipnirnsg me and i believe alot of people will understand the worth of living after seeing ur testimony goodbye dr teo

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MercifulGod November 3, 2012 - 5:52 am I believe and pray God will have mercy on you. Indeed God loves you and all His chrediln. You're in heaven with our heavenly Father. RIP. Pray that we will not forsake God, as He never forsakes or leaves us. Thank you God, have mercy on us, and forgive and restore us to Your love & Kingdom.

- YkHrpe5F


MercifulGod November 3, 2012 - 5:50 am I believe & pray God will have mercy on you. Indeed God loves you and all His chirdlen. You're in heaven with our heavenly Father. RIP. Pray that we will not forsake God, as He never forsakes or leave us. Thank you God, have mercy on us, and forgive and restore us to Your love & Kingdom.

- fDq8IDH1DSPo


MercifulGod November 3, 2012 - 5:52 am I believe and pray God will have mercy on you. Indeed God loves you and all His chrediln. You're in heaven with our heavenly Father. RIP. Pray that we will not forsake God, as He never forsakes or leaves us. Thank you God, have mercy on us, and forgive and restore us to Your love & Kingdom.

- YkHrpe5F


Doria October 30, 2012 - 7:15 pm You are truly inspirational and like a seed, your life will cotnniue to bear seeds and fruits ! I tell you the truth, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds. John 12:24

- qY65a1RBuod


mark October 30, 2012 - 9:03 pm I think that I’ve gone through it, and I know that wetlah without God is empty. It is more important that you fill up the wetlah, as you build it up subsequently, as professionals and all, you need to fill it up with the wetlah of God. This is the legacy we all have to learn !

- ieGh3VHTL0


sandra November 1, 2012 - 1:01 pm My prayers and coonnledces to the Family of Dr. Richard Teo, thank you for sharing your life with us. You're truly an inspirations to many in how to live life. For the time u still alive, God has given you a chance to repent and change your beliefs in success. Rest in Peace. ! in heaven.

- dgMW8TVHVX


AZMAN November 2, 2012 - 12:40 am Dr. Teoh. U r blessed tat u had enuf time to ccroert yourself . Many who made mistakes never had such chance to repent n realized their wrongdoings. As a doctor, I understand ur feelings managing the busy wards n endless clinic patients. It is true indeed. After all, we r just human beings..Rest in peace, sir.God blesses u. Ameen.

- ch4cx4sl90


suzanna October 31, 2012 - 3:19 pm Your message has thouced my life. RIP, you have already done the most important thing in life sharing God's words through life. I have been a Christian my whole life, but never experience inner peace. With your words, it reminds me successful and being perfect is not everything. There's much more than that. Thanks.

- xV4vdo9baX


My though is with u. I will be praying for you. I Love You. Retha

- Retha Dillman


To the family and friends of Mrs. Mattie Mae Hamler I hereby extend my deepest condolences.As the Lord has opened his arms once again to welcome our Mattie home to be with him.She is surly and truly happy to have served his purpose here on earth.For now she can rest in relaxation and with joy, with all those who were waiting on her to join them in Heaven, where earth is not even a memory for awhile if at all. As she's too busy with with Our Father who is in Heaven a place forever without end of life.So family and friends in Christ let us be a blessing in her memory of us should we meet up in Heaven come our judgement day. Amen

- Carlton Moss


Sorry, I am unable to attend due to a combination of events "Flu", Bad Weather threats; however she and I shared a son (BARRY)... her by birth and me by??? a family friendship. I Know that she is now in a better place, and we all will miss her.
R.L. "Bobby" Vaughan SR

- "Bobby Vaughan SR


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Sending my condolences to the Hamler family during your time of bereavement. May you find comfort at this time.

Yolanda Robinson
Wake Forest High School

- Yolanda Robinson (WFHS)


To the Hamler family. You have our deepest condolences and prayers. Weeping may endure for a night, yet joy comes in the morning. Mrs. Mattie-Mae was family to us. She always welcomed us with open arms, words of encouragement, and while she was able, would not let us leave without partaking in a home cooked meal. May she rest in peace.

- Faith and Bill Moss


So Sorry for your loss...May the Lord comfort and give peace to her family during this time.

- Lana Laney


So sorry for your loss. Prayers and thoughts are with the family. Sherry was a wonderful person.

- Pam Skeens


I miss Charles. I am sorry for your loss and late condolences.

- soniya


So very sorry to learn of the passing of my dear sister in Christ. I will love you always and will remember our precious moments of fellowship, our laughs, and conversations over the decades. I have missed our conversations and fellowship. I will see you later in glory. Lue Carson

- Lue Ethel Carson


Barry & Family,
Today it’s difficult to see beyond your sorrow but looking back on your memories will help comfort your tomorrows.
“Mattie” will always be within your heart and in the heart of many others that knew her, she left foot prints on our hearts and she gave us memories too beautiful to forget.
So lean on the love of family and friends for strength, peace and comfort as you remember your beloved Mother.
Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:
And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?
John 11: 25, 26
We send our love and deepest sympathy. God Bless

The Senigaur's
1513 E. Yerkes Street
Philadelphia, PA 19150

- Thelma Senigaur


So sorry to hear of Carmelita's passing, she will be missed. We will keep you all in our prayers.
Gene Clark (cousin), Kimberly Grant and family

- Gene Clark


Prayers for the family at this tragic time. I was associated with Sherry for many years, even before she started her practice in Gate City. I was so saddened to hear of her passing. May God bless all of you during your time of grief.

- Carolyn Elliott


MY PAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY AT THIS TIME.
THANKS FOR ALL YOUR KINDNESS WHILE ALLOWING ME TO BE ONE OF THE CHOSEN ONE TO CARE FOR THIS GREAT LADY . HER HOME ALWAYS MADE YOU FEEL BLESSED TO BE THERE.

- NANCY GENTRY


My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you during this difficult time. God love you all!

- Vicki (Hafemeister) Szczech


I am so sorry for your loss. Love you guys, and thinking of you during this time.

- Carmen Marion


Aunt Carm. I love and miss you. I miss our telephone conversations on my drive home. How lonely that hour is without you. To your sisters and brother, my aunts and uncle, I'm so sorry for our loss. To the kids and grandkids, my dear cousins, your lives will never be the same and I ache for you. If you need anything, please call me. I love you all.

- Carol Davidson


I got to know Carmelita and the rest of the family when I met my wonderful husband Jeff. Although I was only lucky enough to enjoy a handful of visits with Carm over the years, I will never forget her kind and gentle spirit. Jeff and I will miss her deeply. Lots of love to you all--know that we're thinking of you during this difficult time.

- Sue Partin


My thoughts and prayers are with all your family today. Even though I am not a member now, I was always welcomed and loved by the Partin family. Rest in Peace Carm, you will be missed by all.

- Judy Stenson (Partin)


Sorry to hear about Charles Brenda God bless u all

- Brenda lane


God bless you & your family,I just seen this,sure wish I could of seen you all again and set talk & had coffee together one more time...God bless all... Tres Stapleton Hammock...

- T.Stapleton Hammock


Hello family, I am so sorry to hear of another family loss. It has been a long time since I've seen you all. I still remember when we would meet at Aunt Lizzie's. My heart goes out to all. I'm sorry that I can't be there. I like to remember good times. Love to all. Your cousin Jannie, Melissa and family

- Jannie Elkins Smith


So sorry,my prayers for Myrtle,Liz,Teresa

- Linda June Stidham Herron


Thoughts and prayers be with you and the family

- Philip


RIP My brother. You will be greatly missed Butch. Thanks for you service not only in the Army,but also on the rescue squad. Go take your place your place with the father.

https://youtu.be/WtmAVGPEPSI

- Danny Lambert


I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May God bring u peace and comfort during this time of need.

- Lisa Wilder


TERESA COLLINS, SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS

- mary stallard


So sorry for you loss! Sending Love & Prayers for all!!!Rest in Peace Butch!!

- Sandy Day Thomas


I love you so much Butch.

- Judy


Our deepest and heartfelt condolences to the Mullins family. We have know Oliver for many years and know he will be missed by many.

- david & shirley keese


.Scott was a great brother in law .i will miss you so sorry for your loss to my family .love and miss you.Roberts Russell wife Suzanna

- Suzanna Russell


Worked with him at nine mile 3 .He was a good friend an worker . He ran a bolt machine an know matter how bad the top got he hung right in there. Going to miss him.

- Michael Sullivan Sr.


I was deeply sadden to hear late tuesday night about clara's passing my prayers & thoughts go out to her children, grandchildren, and Robin & all the family. she will be greatly missed by all, who knew her. she became a good friend of mine & the Harry Meador Coal Museum over the last 10 1/2 yrs. And she was a friend of Coal.. God Bless You All
Freddy Elkins
Harry Meador Coal Museum

- freddy elkins/harry meador museum


So sad to hear this news. Praying God give you all that peace that passes all understanding. Psalms 116:15

- Rocky/Danny LifeCare EMS


I am so sorry for your loss. Claire was a very special person, and I am very heartbroken over her passing away . We worked together many years ago at Mike's Town 'N Tweed. We shared many happy times together. I will always remember having lunch at her house , and Beulah always had fresh homemade pimento cheese. It was the best. Robin, I hope you read this . Know I am keeping you in my prayers , and I think of you everyday. I am so, so sorry you lost your sister. I know that pain , and it is a pain like no other. My deepest sympathy to all the family . Our loss is heavens gain. I love you Claire , and I miss you deeply, but I know we will see each other again one day . My love and prayers to all the family. Sincerely , Doris Bowman.

- Doris Bowman


We were shocked to learn of Claire's passing. Robin, know you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.

- Kathy & Ronnie Davidson


❤️ Someone Special ❤️
A special person, a special friend, a special face . Someone we loved and can never be replaced . Indeed , Claire was someone special !

My many prayers and good thoughts to your whole family . Hold on tightly to each other Always! I have been so Blessed to have worked with Claire as well as gaining a true faithful friend...and will always remember her sweet beauty and loving heart!

Sending my heartfelt sympathy and prayers to give strength during this tough time . May your heart and soul find Peace and Comfort .
Praying for all to take comfort in knowing an Angel is watching over you !
May every sunrise hold promise...Every moonrise hold peace

- Connie Bryant


Dear Robin, Josh, Leighann, and family:

I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your sweet sister and Mom. I remember Claire's smiling face when we lived in Big Stone Gap. I can't imagine how difficult this must be to say goodbye to Claire at such as young age. I pray God will bestow upon you comfort and peace in the days ahead. I pray the wonderful memories will sustain you in the weeks and years ahead. Prayers!
Trina

- Trina Touchton


Leighanne and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at the difficult time.

- Bruce Fitch


I met Claire through her daughter, Leighann. My first impression of Claire was that she was a source of strength and kindness to all who met her, but most of all, to her family and friends. Please know that I am so sorry for your loss. Claire will be remembered for the love she gave all who touched her. May she rest in peace.

- Judy Spillman


She was a wonderful person, friend and coworker. I just found out today about her passing and my heart is broken. I will miss her so much. I would usually see her in passing at work, in meetings or in the parking lot going to our cars. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. She loved them dearly.

- Kim Wiles, RN


Josh I am sorry to hear about your mom. I will keep you in my prayers.

- Dan Snodgrass


A loving mother and Christian who will be blessed for her
Hard work and dedication to her patients, family, and
Friends. Peace be with her and her family.

Prayers

Debbie And Mike

- Deborah And Mike Kilgore


I am so heartbroken to hear this news. Claire was a special person and will be missed beyond words. I pray God to comfort everyone during this time and for days to come.

- Margaret Fleming


Alma was a sweet lady who always had a smile on her
face. It was a pleasure to wait on her when she came
to the door for something. She always wanted soup with
lots of crackers & she wanted it very hot. I will miss
alma but I know she is rejoicing in heaven. She was a
beautiful Christian lady

- Lisa johnson


Clare was a special nurse & friend to her patients when
they were in the hospital & she was a friend to the family
if the patients. My mom was in hospital in icu & she
was always so attentive to her needs & the needs of the
family. I know Clare is rejoicing in heaven now. If only
more nurses was her loving & caring to the patient's
needs as well as the family.

- Lisa johnson


Sorry to hear of Claire s passing. My families thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

- Janet Hall Wilson


We were saddened to hear of your mother's passing. If there is anything we can do for you just let us know.We will keep you in our prayers. Jim , Dawn

- Jim and Dawn Thompson


I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to all of Claire's family. She was a very special friend of mine and always said she was my guardian angel when I needed her the most.

I feel like Josh, Leighann and their families and Robin are part of my family too. She was so proud of her children and grand-children everyday. I always loved to see the new pictures that she would share with me.

I wish that I could take away the pain of your loss. If there is anything I can do for anyone of you, I hope you will let me know. You will remain in my prayers.

Love you all,
Sheila

- Sheila Fleenor


Jim and I send our deepest regrets to hear of Claire's recent departure. Our sincere condolences are extended to Leigh Anne, Josh and Robin at this most difficult time.

- Kay Key


So sorry for your loss.My prayers are with you all.Claire was a wonderful person and a great nurse.

- Hazel Bowen


I love you uncle johnny very much you will be missed

- terrie shortt


My heartfelt condolences on your loss. Take comfort in Jehovah God's word at Isaiah 33:24 where he promises that soon no one will be sick. He will also remove death forever Isaiah 25:8 and bring our loved ones back. Revelation 21:3-4.

- Lisa


I am saddened greatly on the news of the passing of a loving, caring person, Nelda. I had the good fortune of working with her at York when I was the head football coach. She was the first person to help you with any problem.

- Bob Schmidt


My prayers and love to Bob and Denise; Nelda will always be appreciated by those who had the privilege of working with her at York High School and being able to call her a friend! So glad I talked with Nelda recently! Ok Nelda--please get Mr. Milam all organized up in Heaven! Many wonderful memories!

- Jenna Calovini


She was one of the nicest ladies that I ever met.

- feenie carter


My condolences to Mrs. Pippin's family and friends. She truly was a shining light in school and had a real impact on many, many students. God's Peace be with you all.

- Andy Kiser


My condolences to the family. Everyone loved "Mrs. P". Always wore a smile!

- Jerry Farrior


Saddened by this loss of a wonderful lady. I really enjoyed meeting her and getting to know the Pippen family through the Tabb family. Thoughts and prayers out to the family .

- Chuck Hudgins


I remember Nelda from working in York County School Division. She was a very special lady. So sorry to hear about her passing. Prayers to her family.

- Deborah Hamlett - Dare Elementary School


Sweet prayers, warm condolences and a good tight hug to Bobby and his family. I have such great memories of visiting them over at their home, with my then boyfriend, Brian Phillips. They always made us feel so welcome and made us laugh till we were laying on the floor!! Bobby and Nelda were such a special couple!
Although it's been many years since I've seen or even communicated with either one of them, the fond, loving memories I have will live on forever in my heart and my mind!
RIP beautiful Nelda. Rest in peace.

- Julianne Smith Kiedinger


Nelda and I were good friends while we worked at York High. I treasure my memories of her. My prayers to the family and friends. To Bob, I miss you buddy. Coaching against you left me with some great memories. My sympathies my friend.

- David Falin


I am so saddened to hear of Nelda' s passing. She was a very special part of my life; certainly a member of our family . She kept dad straight every day, and did so much for so many. I envision her and daddy right now enjoying a Dr. Pepper and nabs in heaven! Love and hugs to each of you. Vicki and mom

- vicki milam regetz



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Bobby I am so sorry for your loss Hoyle passed away March25th so I know the hurt that you have,you are in my prayers

- Barbara Hedrick


Bob and family, We were so sorry to hear that Nelda wasn't doing well and then Barb told us she had passed. She was such a sweet and unique person. Always the life of the party where ever she went. She will definitely be missed by us and all that knew her. You take care now. Love to all, Barbara and Carl

- Carl and Barbara Leonard


Sincere sympathy to the Mabe and Pippin families. I remember Nelda and Bobby due to my great Aunt Sarah Pippin. Of course I have known Margie my whole life. Gods Peace & comfort to you

- Kathy Davidson


I was shocked to hear of Nelda's passing. She was such a
wonderful person that cared for everyone. I remember when
my mom passed away. Bobby and Nelda were among the
first people to come to the house. She sat on the steps with
me and my sister Anne Wray and just told us that everything
would be ok because she was with God. She was also there
for us growing up. We will all miss her. My thoughts and prayers
are with all of you. If there is anything that I can do please
fell free to contact me at 757-879-2053.

Love,
Kitty

- Kitty Barbee Nunn


We are so sorry to hear about Nelda' s passing. She lived a full life and we enjoyed working with her at York High!. May God bless her family!

- Charles & Barbara Erasmi


Dear Bobby and family, I was so sorry and saddened to hear about Nelda's passing! Since we hadn't had a reunion in a few years,i hadn't been back home so I was not aware she was so ill. I always loved you two and looked forward to seeing you each reunion!! I wish I could be there for her memorial but since I can't I'll be thinking of all of you with my life and prayers!! I pray God will watch over you and give you peace and comfort!! Love to all, Judy Bond Williams

- Judy Bond Williams


So sorry to hear of Nelda's passing. Had great fun hanging out with her in the guidance office at York High when I was a student there. I volunteered during my study hall. She could keep anyone in stitches. Great memories!

- Debbie Panak


Rod and I were sorry to hear of Nelda's illness and passing. I have such wonderful memories of the great times at York and Tabb we all had. You both were such fun and a delightful couple. Those were certainly the good old days . You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

- Ann Alexander Cook


Nella was such a wonderful person and such a good friend. She was part of my family. I will love her and always remember her and all of our good times. My prayers are with Bob, Denise and all of your family and all of the members of the Church of the Good Shepherd.

- Carolyn Hovis


He was a great man full of life and interesting stories. I enjoyed the summers I spent with the Greenes! They were my "bible grandparents" from United Methodist a chuch in Sanford. Playing golf, learning card games, and always getting beat at Chess were some of my fondest memories with him. Rest in Peace Sam, and sorry for your loss, to the family.

- Kyle Adamson


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

- Margaret Compton


We saw Jean when we were in Norton last month and she seemed to be doing better than in April. I was really surprised and sorry to hear the news.
Donald Collier

- Donald


To the family:

Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

- Ernie & Brenda (Collier) Salyer


So sorry for your loss.

- Nancy Stout


Fred I am so sorry for your Mothers passing my thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless you and your family.

- Lorie Trent


Jean, We are so sorry for your loss. May God bless you and give you comfort during this time.You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you.

Charles and Barbara Richardson

- Charles and Barbara Richardson


So very sorry about Rocky. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Rocky was truly a good man and is enjoying the splendors of Heaven now.

- Debbie Ramey


So sorry to hear of Bill Brooks passing. He was a good
friend and I will miss him very much!! I worked with Bill at Westmoreland, Our prayers are with his family.



- Daniel M. Bobrosky


Lynn, Ann and I wish to tell you how sorry we are at Sonny's passing..Charlie and I always thought so much of Sonny..our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time .

Elizabeth Brooks
Lynn Klepper
Ann Vanhook

- Elizabeth Brooks


Rocky was an outstanding man and loved the children. May God's blessings continue with his family at this time.

- Georgann Wampler


I am saddened by the passing of someone I considered a dear friend and mentor for many years. I met Wanda when we worked at Heritage Hall in Big Stone Gap. Being quite young then, Wanda took me under her wing and taught me and believed in me... and I was able to have confidence in myself. I truly loved Wanda as one of the finest ladies I've ever known and enjoyed many hours of dry humor ( on both of our parts). But, Wanda is Home with The Lord now and has gotten that much deserved rest in Heaven. There will always be a special place in my heart for her....please accept my condolences to all of the family.

- Lois Wade Porter


Today I truly lost my best friend, and my brother. We have been through so many things in our life, I will never forget you my friend. I take great pleasure that we will meet again someday in heaven. I have so many memories and stories to remember, I will miss you but God has taken you to a better place. You will remain in my heart and mind forever.

- Gary WHIZ Whisman


We are so very sorry to hear about your loss. Rocky was such a fine, loving, kind man. He had a heart of gold. He will be fondly remembered by all. Heaven has gained a true, faithful follower of Christ. Our prayers and peace to the family.

Carol, Ronnie and David Crum
Teresa and Charlie Barnett
Doug Carter

- Teresa Barnett


We are so saddened to hear of our loss but Heaven's gain with Betty . She was such a special lady in our lives and that hole in our heart's we can never regain. So we'll just strive in this life to be with with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and Betty and our other love one's who have done gone on. To the family I wish only comfort and peace that only our god give's. Love and peace to you all Leroy & Sharon Caudill.

- Leroy & Sharon


Hey dude.I'm not believing this.your were always a great person and always laughing.I'm sorry we did not talk more.I will miss you dude.

- Rocky Murphy


Dear Barker Friends,
Danny & I are so sorry to hear about Sister Jean. We just heard about her passing while her funeral service was going on. It was too late to join you then. I always enjoyed talking with her and will miss seeing her. Sister Jean was a good woman of whom I am sure that God was truly pleased. She is at rest now and we can all say, "job well done". May God bless you all and give you peace in the coming days.

- Danny & Debbie McGuire


Duck
My Sympathies to you and your family.

- Eddy Pyles


So very sorry for your loss...

- Thom Jones


To the whole family, we are so sorry for the loss of your mother, grandmother, and wife. She was the sweetest person that anyone could meet. We thought the world of her. She will always be in our hearts. God Bless all of you all.

- Barbara Mullins


So young...sorry for your loss

-


To the Dulin Family.
Cecil will be greatly missed at KHO. He was always friendly and pleasant to be around. I am so sorry for your lost at this time. I had gotten used to seeing Cecil at check in and enjoyed our chats we would have while he waited for me to check him in. He was such a great person. I will truly miss his smile when i would call him sweety or darling.... it seemed to make his day..... May God be with you and ease your heavy hearts as time passes. If you ever need anything I am only a phone call away at KHO.
Sincerely yours, Kimber Hale RMA, KHO.

- Kimber Hale RMA, KHO


Aunt Ruth you were and always will be an angel
Im sorry I couldnt be there and didnt keep in touch more
I would have walked from Toledo,Ohio,To see you and be with you,love your Punkin always and forever
Any of the family sees this please call me asap 5673157313

- Wayne Wahl (Punkin)


I'm sorry for the loss of Aunt Barbara.....I loved her more than she ever knew ....She's with my mom now..Her "Sissy"....God bless her and her family....

- Patti Smith


I am so very sorry for your loss. May you take comfort in knowing she is no longer sick and is now with Eddie.

love to all

- Jennifer Novalick


Loved her so much , she was the kindest woman in the world . I will miss her sweet little face . Fly high with Jesus Darlin !

- Samantha Hill


wendy October 30, 2012 - 1:29 am He is oso a human being , nothings wrong if he aim for luxireus, even if he is ego, b cos every body carry owns character, i salute him, b cos he admit n wanted to share wif public, is a wake up call fr him.. Think bout those who smugglering heroin live in a big bungalow..stil not die..? Fate..May him rest in peace.

- IJT9ktRA


Thien-Phuong Nguyen November 2, 2012 - 12:54 am No one can show more empathy than you. Learning the hard way is uslaluy the best way. You're proof of how one can be so obsessive over money. You're speech truly inspired me to grow the more PERSONAL relationship with God rather than just having a relationship with God. Thank you so much. Your words of wisdom have reached to others more than you know. Rest in peace.

- yLp2jrCf


Miu November 1, 2012 - 8:21 pm Dr. Teo, I am touched with your words. Nowadays, peploe work hard to achieve success in order to meet the society standard. However, what we lack of is love and care to the others. We just treat our classmates, colleagues and friends as competitors Not sure if we can get rid of the norm in this reality Rest in peace and your words will keep inspiring us.

- xR5bGgzoB


Fahmi October 30, 2012 - 2:37 am i happen to know dr riacrhd teo personally since our scout days in sec sh. yes, he personified someone who was a remarkable all-rounder, good in sports, studies, have great leadership n matured beyond his years. we all looked up to him n deeply respected him. the last time we spoke was a few years ago on the phone about his remote control kites. you will be missed riacrhd!

- fQzcKc3XSA


Becky Faith October 31, 2012 - 4:18 am Dear Dr Richard,we are proud of your good deeds to share the love of god to everyone berofe you can leave peacefully. with or without your knowledge you complete the task you been called to do by god. i know Romans 8:28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.R.I.P Brother

- l196zHDr


angeli charles October 30, 2012 - 2:24 pm May your soul rest in peace. And to his dear ones, may the peace of God be with you and srnetgthen you and your family during this tough time. One day, we will be united again in Heaven, as we have a Saviour who gives us hope and he will not fail us. I am inspired by his message and redefining my priority now.. All Praise and Honour to Jesus Christ Alone. Amen.

- uoGgmrE1ajV


Sandy November 2, 2012 - 11:22 pm As I have been reading my Bible I see so much celarer when I turned my life to GOD and left behind things that didn't really MATTER Focus should be on your heart & soul and being right with GOD is truely the ONLY way..This is his story of his Life and the end to his Book and his life lessons..Rest in peace because by your story comes hope for many that read it..Thank you

- 4eQS6XWiFO


Laveena November 3, 2012 - 8:30 am I'm sorry you did not live to tell your story, but you are inspiring and have toceuhd the lives of others. Thank you Dr Teo, for showing the world that it's not the material things that bring us happiness. You are real. You are the truth. And you will continue to live on in the hearts of people you have toceuhd.Rest in peace, God has a better plan for you. Till we meet someday

- eAWspz2YUl


Yee Ling October 31, 2012 - 3:46 am What I agree the most is the moral compass that Dr Richard had meotinned in this talk.Pursuing of wealth is not really wrong, in my opinion. But, in the mean time, don't lose the moral compass.This is the most essential element for a medical doctor. And it should be instill in everyone too. I feel glad for this sharing by Dr Richard, which can bring deep inspiration to all peaple. Thanks and RIP.

- JhDLDzjDcC


Yaya October 30, 2012 - 3:32 pm I don't usually leave cmeomnts but i'm called to leave one on this page as Dr. Teo's speech inspired me. He stripped all the superficiality of life and reminded us to be humans- kind, caring, and compassionate.Thank you for leaving behind a powerful message that will continue to have a huge impact on people's lives for a very long time. May you rest in peace.

- HK3mcEJeXrX


Leigh November 1, 2012 - 8:02 pm My condolences to Dr Richard Teo. Thank you for the lesosn you have shared and i truly learned from it.Yes you are right, sometimes we have to learn it the hard way. I learned from your personal experience and i feel that it makes me wiser. I know you have found your happiness already and I am happy for you that you are with our Creator now and no more pains.

- X61EvIFD


Omar Treyes October 31, 2012 - 11:37 pm Thank you for sharing your story. Your mesasge is very inspirational to me. It's also is quite personal to me because we are the same age. Life is too short to worry about the material things over the intangible relationships that matter. I'm truly glad that your family and friends were there for you in the end God bless them. God bless you too Dr. Teo may you rest in peace.

- c0DnYpFzk2


Charles Gonzalves November 1, 2012 - 12:47 pm They say there are two ways to go to the grave. We can tip toe towards it or the other to go with Guns Blazing. I beivele you chose the latter. You lived your dream and fought a good battle till the end. Your sudden demise provides another perspective about the mysteries of life. My heartfelt condolence goes out to all of Dr Richard's family, friends and loved ones. Thanks for sharing and with a heavy heart, I can only say, REST IN PEACE'.

- SKtZd1x0a


Benjamin Xu November 3, 2012 - 3:19 pm Thank you for your message Dr. Teo,I beivele that you remind us all that our time here is so limited and we have to choose how to spend it very wisely. Thank you for reminding that our life and happiness is not just revolved around ourselves and that the people around us are important to us. May you rest in peace and may your message reach other people even if they do not work in the field of medicine.

- ZVgb0qrT


Sam Shu Jing October 31, 2012 - 12:19 pm Rest in peace, Dr Richard Teo. You are a great man. Your message tocuehd my heart and made me think of how I've lived my life so far, and realize what is most important in life. I believe many people out there who have read this or listened to you feel the same way too. You've made a difference in our lives by making us realize before it's too late. So thank you and may God bless you and your family. My deepest condolences.

- QQaYZaxi


Pecfert shot! Thanks for your post!

- NDwsavKDf


Djoko Wisky & Fam November 3, 2012 - 9:20 am We read this story in the middle of the night on Nov 2nd 2012. We live far away from you, in Indonesia. Before acdlientalcy hit this website, we have no idea who is DR Teo.After reading his memoir, We shed tears, and greatly inspired.God cannot be seen, but DR. Teo told his encounter' with God how powerful yet merciful .He left us a story, that im sure- will change many life.Rest in Peace .

- TWobPwEd


Chrispian Chan October 31, 2012 - 5:13 pm Dr Teo, your video is an inspiration to me, and hope that is is to those who watch your video..Thank you for sarihng before you left this world.I only wish that everyone will watch and listen to what you say abut life and happiness, especially the rich who think that they need to be richer each day !I will share your video with all my friends and relatives !May your soul rest in peace !

- qM3euR5W3


Lester Koh October 30, 2012 - 2:37 am We always reregt when we know we have 3 months left to live.My philosophy is live every day like it is my last. Make the most of every day. Never let a single day go to waste.That's why I quit my dead end, high paying, long hours job and started my own company. I earned less at the beginning but it was a lot more fulfilling and more satisfying. Every day was a new exciting day, new things to achieve.

- uCuhJAmN


Ply November 1, 2012 - 3:45 pm My deep sympathy and connelodces. I am truly touched and enlightened by this story. I believe Dr. Richard Teo has been an amazing blessing for many people through this reflection of his life. Amazingly it reaches many sides of a life that sometimes people would not notice. I definitely have learnt much from him and have been encouraged to live a better life.Thank you very much, Dr. Richard Teo.May him rest in peace and may God bless his beloved family and friends.

- OqpcsyCxqP


My condolences to the Diets family. May Rita sleep peaceful until our lord Jesus awakens her (John 5:28,29) to life on paradise earth. (Psalms 37:29) Take care (jw.org)

- m.king


A great man. I am deeply honored to have known him. Godspeed, Mr. Polly.

- Duncan Garnett


Your father was a warm, personable, caring and faith-filled man. Your mother also had those qualities, so we are quite certain they have been imbued into their children. They have left quite a legacy and it will be wonderful to see them again in heaven. May God comfort you all through the love of family and friends and continue to hold all in the palm of His hand.

- Dan and Melissa Buman (Auburn, NE)


Each of you are in our thoughts and prayers. Brenda I know how special the love was. Wes and Lynlee you both are very special people just like your Dad. If I can ever do anything for any of you please let me know.

- Joel Wyatt


I am Virgie's daughter and will be praying for all of you. HUGS to all. Wish I had the chance to meet him. Aunt Betty thought the world of him.

- Stephanie Bell


Kandy, you told me just today about Vicki passing away, and I still can't wrap my mind around it. I am so sorry for your loss. Love you.

- Darlene Lovell


My sincere condolences and prayers go to the entire extended family.

Wes was an amazing person! I cannot begin to express how my life has been blessed during the roughly eight years I have known him. He was, first and foremost, a Christian. The rest of his amazing qualities seemed to flow from that foundation: loving husband and father, wonderful friend, and compassionate person.

He generously shared his positive life attitude with others, even through dark times since Pam passed. Anything I can say about Wes, his loved ones know quite well, but I do want to tell a little about how he touched my life.

I met Wes (and Pam) at Alfred Almond Bible Church, in New York State. We made a strong connection very quickly, and worked together to bring The Pacific Institute training to Alfred State College. Just from that minor effort in the large scheme of his life, Wes touched hundreds (perhaps thousands) of people (faculty, staff, and students) at the college. I have colleagues at Alfred State who have told me I changed their lives through bringing him to campus. The truth is, that it all started with Wes, who helped me to understand what the program could do for people (and for me).

A couple years after the first Pacific Institute program had been offered at the college, I was asked to return to the faculty from my administrative position at Alfred State, as I had not finished my Ph.D. It was a very difficult time for me, but Wes brought a light into my life through his friendship and continuous encouragement and support. Wes was always focused on helping others. I finished my degree and took a job at Eastern Illinois University, where he came and helped my school through a day of strategic planning.

We talked regularly on the phone over the years, some about business but mostly about life - and fantasy football :). Even though he was very busy, often travelling or completing contracted assignments for his consulting business in various locations, Wes always found time to stay in touch.

His passing is a huge loss for me, but my life was richly blessed because Wes was part of it.

Until we meet again, Brother!

Love, Austin

- Austin Cheney


Dear Family,
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Wes. I spent time in the summer at his home as a child and we had so much fun playing. His Father and my Mother were brother and sister. It was so nice to see Wes and meet Pamela a few years back at our uncle Carol's funeral. We had a wonderful conversation that day about our Lord Jesus Christ. May God comfort you in the days to come with wonderful memories of Wes. He is now home with his Father in Heaven.

With Deepest Sympathy,
Cindy Scearce
Danville, Virginia

- Cindy Overby Scearce


I was so saddened to hear about Vickie....She has been a life long friend & I will miss her greatly....Vickie had the kindest heart of any person I have ever met in my life....And she always knew what it took to make me laugh....I will miss that wonderful smile & her laughter....My heart goes out to all her family & friends.....

- Scottie


My thoughts and prayers are with you. Miss and love all of you. Shirley

- Shirley Underwood


I am thinking of all of you. I am so very sorry for your loss. I miss you all.

- Mary Falin Miller


Keeping you & family in our prayers . With heartfelt love !! Pat , Freddie Tucker / son Bryan Horton .

- Pat Tucker


I am so sorry to hear about Johnny passing. You all are in my prayers. God bless.

- Sharon Lambert Cress


Always loved the entire Underwood family.....my God parents Margie and Jerry were great people and all those boys and Annalee were and wonderful part of my childhood. So sorry for your loss and will be praying for all of you. Love and miss you Johnny.....God's speed my friend

- Tina Reed


Mr. Underwood's grandfather, Charlie, was my great-uncle. I'm so sorry for the family's loss.

- Tamra Sorrels Igo


R.I.P uncle Johnnie you will be missed I love you

- Missy


Aunt Irene, I am so sorry for your loss, He will be missed. Sending Love, Light & Healing Prayers to you & all of my cousins, I pray that God wraps his loving arms around you all for comfort during this difficult time. I know we haven't always seen eye to eye, but this is a loss for us all. I will be thinking about you! All my love, Tina

- Christina Underwood


My very deepest sympathies to all the family. You'll be in my thoughts and prayers as I know how much JD will be missed by all.

- Pam Fields


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Nancy I was so sorry to hear about David my thoughts and prayers are with you.Please give me a call I have lost your number .Love Ya ! Betty Marcum

- Betty Price Marcum


Nancy we were all so sad to here of Davids passing .we just wanted you to k now you and the family are in our thoughts and prayer we l I love you Miss Nacey and Mr Lucy yall were so good to us in our time of need and he will be missed dearly. We love you . Lisa, Betty Clark

- Lisa clark.....nc


So sorry for your loss. Praying for you Donna, and the rest of your family. God bless you.

- Marla bush


Your family has always been so special to me and has left such lasting memories in my life, as I'm sure the lives of many others. When it comes to JD, I can't help but laugh at how he picked and teased one minute but then had me scared out of my wits the next, I always admired how he took such a stance looking out for his family, and he sure was a gentle giant. I'm thankful to have known him and his precious family and am glad he's been set free from anything on this earth that bound him and his wonderful spirit. Rest in peace, JD.

- Deana Goodwin


I am so sorry for your loss. I know you will miss J.D. so much.It is wonderful that you have all the loving memories of him and know that he is with the Lord. My prayers are with all of you.. Love, Barbara

- Barbara Wilder Griffin


donna,I am so sorry for loss praying for u and all of the family

- opal collins


Dear Martha,
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your wonderful family during this time. It was an honor to have met J.D. a few years ago. He was a great man and a wonderful role model to his children and especially, his grandsons. I love you all.
Georgia

- Georgia McCoy


Sorry for your loss.
My prayers are with you in this difficult time.

- Reva Scott


Howard was a friend for many years. He was a good friend and neighbor.

- Sam Renfro


Dear Aunt Martha and Family,

We are so saddened by the loss of JD. We so enjoyed the times we spent with you two. He was full of spirit and always made us smile. We often think of those days on Hazel's back porch when we were all much younger and in better health...
We will be thinking of you all and wishing we coulld be there with you.....Hope to see you soon.

May your memories of those good times help you through this difficult time, in the days and the years ahead.

With our Deepest Sympathy,
Buddy(Your Favorite Nephew), Loretta and Family

- Buddy and Loretta Johnson and Family


love you guys . i am always here for you all anytime you need me . please call

- anne tomlinson


I was sorry to hear about Howard's passing. My prayers and deepest sympathy to the family especially Michael, Josh, Lowry, and Gordon. Howard was a good friend. We spent a lot of time of wonderful times together in high school. He was a good and fun person. I cherish the memories of him. Love and Prayers Kay

- Kay Flanary Hale


sorry to hear of your dads passing.melvin,janet,Chris and david .

- Wilson family


I am saddened that you are gone and I will never see that big ole smile of yours or get another one of your hugs. You touched me in a way that not many have. I will tell my grand daughter our story when she's older and asks who made her that beautiful quilt. You will be greatly missed my friend.

- Melinda H


I will miss you!! You were a special person and I'm so glad I ran into you at the clinic the other day and got to see you one last time. I know you missed your wife terribly and tried to carry on. So very glad you were my friend and will never be forgotten.

- Kim Wiles


This is Debbie- David's sister. Peggy and Don Lewis' daughter. I just wanted to let you all know I am thinking of you all and My Heart goes out to you that knew and loved Brenda as your MOM, your Grandmother and as her friends.. I will keep you in my thoughts an prayers, I KNOW MY MOM will also.

- Debbie Lewis Meyers


So Sorry for your loss Dawn. If there is anything I can do to help you in any way please don't hesitate to ask. I have you in my thoughts and prayers.

- Margaret McDavid


Sorry to hear of your mom passing, she was a wonderful lady.

- Becky Trent-Hosein


Thinking of you, Michael.

- Heather Logan


I was so sorry to hear Howard had passed away. I worked beside him for years. He was always very kind to me.

- jessie orr


I'm So Sorry To Hear About Yours All Mom & Grandma Passed Away. She Was A Very Good Person And Sweet Woman..

- Jamie Lawson


Earth has lost one Hell of a good man, and Heaven has gain a sweet, sweet Angel.Rest in peace my baseball Buddy,for you have fought a long hard battle that you now have won.Lester is gone from my sight but he will never be gone from my heart.

- Pat (Mullins) Reavis


So very sorry for your loss. I have such fond memories of her while going thru school with Tina

- Terrie Taylor


I'm so sorry

- Marsha Collins


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Nancy, Mary Lou and I are so sorry to hear of David's passing. we liked David so very much. He was always a friend, willing to help us both and the ACAC. He will be missed by many I am sure. Sorry we did not make the funeral as we thought you were receiving friends tonight. If there is anything we can do for you please call us. Take care of you for him.

- Gary Bush


Nancy so sorry for your loss.love and prayers being sent your way.need anything let me me know. Love you!

- Leonard and Angela worley/Heather


Nancy we are so sorry for your loss.we love you and are here for you love and prayers

- angela and Leonard worley and heather


Vickie,

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May the peace of God surround you and comfort you in this time of sorrow.

In compassion,

Jane Ellen

- Jane Ellen Simmons



Merrill will be missed very much. Merrill was a great person and a lot of fun to work with.

- David Gunning


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Evelyn am so sorry my heart goes out ro u wish i could have been there couldnt leave Big David may God Bless youand i love you very much

- Glynis Fannon Aistrop


To the Family of Robert,I was so saddened to hear if this loss,Robert was such a wonderful person,but we know he's at peace.JoAnn and Sons I will be praying for you all that God will give you peace in your heart through this trying time and knowing we will see Robert again is a blessing to all who knows the Lord,will be thinking of the rest of the family as well.All My Love and Prayers to you all.

- Teresa (Rhoten) Coffman


Dear sweet Joann and Family. just want to tell you how much we love you all and our cousin Robert, was the sweetest man always so gentle and kind to me and my family. I know he will be missed dearly, BUT he's gone to the most wonderful place and some day we will be there with him. may God comfort you and your children and grandchildren and your sweet family. GOD BLESS

- Cousin Victoria Mackie and Jerry


We are so sorry for your loss----our prayers are with you---May God Bless and comfort you.

- Jim and Jamie (Egan) Kelly


My heart felt sympathy and prayers for the family of my dear friend, Robert. We were friends in school and I have the fondest memories of him. He always had a sweet kind spirit about him.

- Maurice Vanhook, Jr.


Joann and family Im So Sorry for your loss i will keep you all in your prayers. Robert is an angel flying high.rest in peace.we all shall meet again some sunny day in heaven.
Love sissy,jackie and family

- christal Hyatt sissy


So sorry to hear of Robert's passing such a wonderful man and great friend, My deepest condolence to JoAnn,Jeff,and Chris.

- Leroy Caudill & family


I'm so sorry that I won't be able to be there. But I will be there in spirit. I will continue to pray for Gods peace and comfort to cover all of you during this difficult time. God Bless you all .

- David Fisher


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My prayers r with the family especially barbara. Luanne was a special friend. I knew her when where we attending oak grove baptist church together. She will be missed but I know she is in heaven with her daddy & with Jesus.
God bless the family
Love in Christ
Lisa Johnson

- Lisa johnson


So sorry to hear of Luanne's passing. We share relatives on the Reasor side. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

- Micki Wells


I was so sorry to hear of Luanne's passing. She was such a kind, mannerly and loving girl during her "growing up years." When her mother, Barbara, was working in the office of Charles Ivery at Westmoreland, she would come by for brief visits It was clear that her parents, James and Barbara, were totally devoted to her, and she was so very devoted and respectful to them. As in so many cases, we lost touch after she graduated from high school and college, but she is remembered fondly by so many friends and neighbors in Big Stone Gap.

- Ida Holyfield


My grandmother, Charlotte Miller, used to babysit for Luanne. My mother is Helen Clark (Tody), and we hate to hear about her passing and you have our sympathy. She was a very sweet lady and will be missed.

- Melissa Clark Bledsoe (Missy)


Aunt Barb,iam so sorry about Luanne i pray she will R.I.P
Wont you too know that i love you.wish i was there.my heart and prayers our with you
Your Niece
Cheryl and Harold.

- Cheryl Stults


No words can express how sad we were to hear about Luanne. I remember that little girl who came with her Daddy to pick you up for lunch. And then watching her grow into a high school girl who had so much fun, then on to college at UVA. On the other hand, I am glad you had her for the time you did. She completed your life and you were blessed with a loving and devoted child. My love to you and many many prayers for healing of your broken heart.

Johnny and Mary Alice Livingston
Hayes, VA

- Johnny and Mary Alice Livingston


We are saddened to hear of the passing of Jimmy. We always loved the family and enjoyed being a part of them. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

- David and Linda Wampler


May the Lord's lap comfort him after a great struggle
Debera rest in the knowledge that he is with Ruth.
God bless your family

- Larryblann


Thinking of u as u mourn the loss of your brother. Take comfort
Knowing that he is with his mother & daddy & brother & sister.
And his mommy is doing what she loves singing to her bo
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God bless your family

Love Lisa Johnson

- Lisa johnson


Donna,
We are so sorry to hear of your mothers death. May Jehovah wrap his loving arms around you and your family.
With Love,
Moe & Lynn Tucker

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I miss you so much Dad. I can't wait to see you and Mom again. Hope you are with Blacky boy up there. I will never forget you . I love you Dad. Love, Karen

- Sissy


Dear Gloria and Jo Ella,

Charles and I lift you and your family to God for strength and comfort as you say goodbye to your mom and sister. Mary was a dear friend of Charles's mom, Margaret. They were friends for years and talked every day before Margaret died. I know Charles and Teresa truly loved Mary and will certainly miss her. Your mom was so proud of you, Gloria, and she loved you dearly, Jo Ella. May God continue to bless you.

- Billie and Charles Hobbs


I'm so sorry to hear the sad news. God bless and comfort your family during this difficult time.

- Rose Holmes


OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES DURING THIS TIME OF GREAT LOSS.

YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE IN OUR PRAYERS. STAND FIRM IN THE FAITH, THE HOPE WE FIND IN JOB 14:13-15.

"SO HAVE FAITH AND DO NOT WONDER, FOR OUR GOD CAN MAKE US STAND. AND WE SHALL LIVE FOREVER, AS THE WORK OF HIS OWN HAND."

DWIGHT AND LORENE WASHINGTON

- BROTHER&SISTER D. WASHINGTON


We are sorry for your lost. We will be praying for you to cope with your unexpected lost. We know that Jehovah is the God of comfort and he will comfort you in all your trials. Our love goes out to you, Mac and Donna.

Your brother in the faith.
Moses Jones

- Moses Jones


Sweet, sweet Mary. I am going to miss you so much. Rest in peace, dear friend, until we meet again. I love you dearly.

- Teresa Moore


Thinking about you.

- Jane


Aunt Dottie was a very sweet, loving and caring person.
It has been a great joy knowing Aunt Dottie

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Neal I am very sorry. to hear. I remember you both very well from West End years ago. You and your family are in my prayers.

- Eddy Pyles


I will always remember Aunt Dottie's smile. The last time I spoke with her was on Uncle Neal's birthday. She said, "Praise the Lord Sharon, it's Neal's birthday, I'll let you talk to Neal"
My thoughts and prayers are with Uncle Neal and Terry and Donna's family during this time. Also with Aunt Dottie's church family she loved so much.

- Sharon Sysinger


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Love you Dottie, We are going to miss you ,but we know where you are.

- Howard - Patti Sloan


A mother good or bad is always your mother no matter what......I love you MOM. Rest in peace and let go of your worries and hatred.

- Nancy Porter


Joe & Linda & family. Our prays are with you

- Hugh & Carol Bolinsky


Sorry for your loss to all family and friends. I met Aunt Annie when I was a child, and don't remember much about her but I love my family. Our prayers are with you all. Wish I could have met her again.
Love Bob (Bobby) Martha, Jim and Toots

- Lolita Kelley-Bast


Went to PVHS with all the daughters and they are in my prayers. Losing a mother is a very hard thing but God will give you peace and he has given to Mrs. Jones now. Bless all the family.

- Georgann Wampler


our thoughts and prayer go out to all of jimmy's family

- ronald ronquest


Regina ..I'm so sorry for the LOSS of your husband and best friend! My Condolences go out to you and your family and ALL his friends ..and he had many! I didn't even know Gerald knew him but when he found out he said I hate that ..he was a good man!! I'm so Proud of your daughters for their Faith after I read your oldest leave a message on Shelia's page. (your oldest I think). She sounds so Mature and her message touched my heart! You can tell she's a child of God and her light shines. I'm sure both are like that because they were raised by wonderful Parents!! I know you have to be so Proud of them and your grand children! One Comfort We ALL have (if we're a born again Christian) is that we will see them again when our time comes and our Heavenley Father calls us Home to be with Him!! What a Glorious Day that will be! I really MISS Candy so much even after nearly a little over two years BUT I have Peace in my heart knowing I will one day meet her at those Pearly Gates when God calls me Home! I can imagine seeing us walking down the Streets of Gold ..holding hands and reminiscing and Praising our Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus Christ! Tell your mom I Love her ..she is a wonderful Lady and was so funny! I'm so sorry I wasn't there at his Funeral but I hadn't been out anywhere except to go to Doc Ford!! I wasn't there in body but my Heart and Prayers were with you ALL!!

- Darlene Owsley


Very sorry for your loss. May God's comfort be with you during this difficult time.

- Fred and Teressa Bays


I have so many childhood memories of Jimmy Wayne and all the cousins.Swimming in the south Anna river and many more.You got your angelwings now. Helen

- Helen Gibson


Angie
I am so sorry to hear about Connie. Prayin for you and your parents. My heart goes out to all of your family. She was a very special person. We had so much fun when we work together. She always had a smile on her face and she could make you laugh even when you was having a bad day.

- Cathy tyan


Bob, Linda, Angie and Montie.. Im so saddened to hear that Connie has gone home. I simply cant think of her without seeing her smile. She was beautiful inside and out. Though she was a cousin of a cousin to me, I always felt like she was my family too. The world has gotten a little colder knowing that she is gone. I love you all.

- Tina Maddux


I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm sure Connie is enjoying her homecoming in Heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with you!

Benita Salyers-Ferguson

- Benita Salyers-Ferguson


To Betty, kids and family....such sad news...but take strength Jimmy didn't suffer...know we all have u in our thoughts and prayers now and always..Jimmy was a great man and we r sure he will be missed by many...

- Ed & Deborah Gibson, Glen Allen, Va.


TO MY SWEET FAMILY, I AM SO SORRY BUT SHE IS NOT SUFFERING ANYMORE. CONNIE WAS A BEAUTIFUL LADY AND SHE TOUCHED SO MANY HEARTS. KNOW SHE IS SAFE IN THE ARMS OF JESUS. LOVE TO ALL OF YOU

- SHEILA GALLIMORE


We the family of Jessee Caldwell send our love thoughts and prayers to each one of you.To the entire family we loved Cindy and it was a pleasure to know her.I got to know her better after baby Bradley arrived.As you know he was named after my late son Bradley (Biscuit)Lawson.We pray that the Father will carry you through your sorrow and be ever near you.We love and pray for each one of you.Sandra Lawson(Aunt of Lessee Caldwell and Bradley.

- sandra lawson Mary powers and family


Alicia and Family,
My deepest sympathies for the loss of your dad.
Love and prayers

- Lori Johnson


Sorry for you loss. Prayers for the Family.

- Nuten and Judy Salyer


For Ed Graham -

I'm so sorry, Ed. I just heard from Sam. My thoughts are with you and your family!

Sarah

- Sarah Maynard


So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. I know it must be a great loss to you.

- Mary Lou Daugherty Blevins


I am saddened for the loss of Joe. High school memories are still treasured.

- John D Williams


I went to school with Joe at Powell Valley. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all of his family at this most difficult time.

My deepest sympathy,

Rita Franklin Gayewski

- Rita Franklin Gayewski


So sorry to hear this. Praying for all of the family. May God comfort you

- Cathy Ryan


I pray the Lord will uplift your family, giving you strength and comfort through the days ahead. Ethel was truly a blessed woman and will be greatly missed by all those who knew her.

- Lucy


BRO.ED,SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS BUT YOUR LOSS IS HIS ETERNAL GAIN. BRO.JB& SIS.DENA

- jb&dena huskey


Ms. Geneva,

We were so sorry to learn of Ted's death and please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers now and in the future. Please let us know if we can be of service to you in any way.

- Lynette Stuart & Josie Ellis


My daughter Makayla Rae Gilliam is Rocky's daughter and Gerald's granddaughter. I am deeply saddened to hear this news today March 23,2015. I know we hadn't been in touch. however, my daughter would have loved to have been there to say good bye. If any of the family would like to contact my daughter you can email me at tammy700@woh.rr.com
Our deepest sympathies to our extended family.

- Tammy McKinniss


Deloris so sorry to hear about your dad thinking about you We now live in South Carolins. would love to see you

- Cathy Mullins


You were the love of my life. We finally found our way back to each other but the Good Lord had other plans for you. You will always be in my heart. AH, AW

- Najie Culley


I am so sorry to hear of the loss of a dear one may god bless and comfort all in this time of need remember god loves you and will comfort you in this he is the only one than can comfort you he is with his lord now

- maxine wells


David and Robbie,
I had the pleasure of working with your mother when she was my bookkeeper at Moon's Country Market. What a inique person she was. I loved her for her honesty, her loyalty, and yes, even her candor, knowing that she was giving advice, laced with love and admiration. I lost my Mother 31 years ago and I miss her every day since then. You two will join me in missing our mothers forevermore. Heaven just received a fabulous "fourth for the eternal bridge game."

- Susan Moon Sanders


My mind cannot comprehend that this has happened. Diane was so special to me and my family. We serve the Lord for years together. I know she suffered such heartache. Her family was her life. She loved you all so much. I just cant imagine your loss. Teresa you took care of her and was there for her when she needed you most. You were her hero. I wanted to let you know I appreciate everything you have done for her. She was so special and loving. God knows all and sees all and all that you have done for her will and Brittany will not go noticed. If there is ANYTHING my family can do for you and Brittany plese please let us know. MY heart goes out to you and lil Brittany. May GOd be with you and bless you always for your loving heart.

- Bobbi Carroll


So sorry for your loss....praying for your family.

- Mary Daniels


Pam you will be truly missed

- margie


With deepest sympathy, Raymond and Beulah express our Love & sorrow for the loss Of Connie.
She was a good neighbor,& Christian woman.
We are praying for all her family in this time of sorrow.,May our Heavenly Father Bless and watch over the family members she had to leave, while she has gone Home to our Father's, Heavenly Home, Connie will surely be missed by all of us that knew her and Loved her. God Bless All.

- Raymond & Beulah Davidson


So sorry for ur loss sister connie will be missed and loved

- lisa swiney


So sorry to hear of the passing of cousin Connie. I know she loved the Lord and is now in His presence and her suffering has ended. Her life is just beginning. Prayers for the entire family. God Bless you all.

- Linda Gardner Shortt


Prayers for all the family

- Telisa Trent Nems


Alan, Donna, Kharis and all of the Lawson Family,
So sorry to hear of your Mothers passing. Love and prayers to all.

- David, Tammy Dean and Family


So sorry for your loss Sister Connie was a very dear friend that we had the honor to know for 40 years. The loss is great but we all know that she is walking on the streets of gold and happier than she has ever been. Now she can sing with the angels and walk and talk with our Lord and Savior Sister Connie will be missed by all that knew her. No matter where you seen her, whether it was at church or out in public she always had a smile on her face. I don't believe there is another sister in Christ that is like her always Loving caring. Goodbye Sister Connie, will see you again up in heaven. This is so very hard to say goodbye. But we will be together one day. Love You from all of us here at our house.

- Linda Winebarger


Jessie and family I am so sorry for your loss. Connie was a very special person and lived to have the eternal life that she is now sharing with God and all those who live for Him.

- Rick & Theresa Evans Kelly


So sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family.

- mike and Amy Ingle


My thoughts are with you Donna, Alan and Kharis at this very sad time. I hope you find comfort among your family and friends. Love you all very much.

- Rena Stacy


So sorry for your loss. I never got to meet Connie in person, but was a FB friend to her. Over the years we would communicate through notes back and forth. She was a fun, caring, and loving lady. I could tell just by her posts that she was always thinking of others and her deepl faith in God. I will miss her on FB and wish we could have met. Rest in Peace Connie, you are now free of pain and with your Lord.

- Krys Vogler


Was a very beautiful and spiritual service for my uncle..... he is and will always will be loved and missed by US ALL!!!!!! We will SEE each other again one day!! Love You Always & Forever

- Crissy (Barker) Anderson


Your families strength has always been in the LORD. Continue to lean on him and look to him for guidance and his strength.. Some days will be harder than others. He is always there. We love you and are praying for all of you.

- Sandy and Sami Jo Austin


Billy you will always hold a special place in my heart. You were one of my best friends I could tell u anything. I hope you have found peace with you dad and brother. I love you Billy!

- Jessica Tompkins


I will always love you.

- Laura Pond


I was so sad to hear of Ruby's passing. She was such a kind person. All my most heartfelt condolences to Steve, Terry, Kelly, David, and family.

- Linda Roach


Regina, Children, grandchildren, Faye, Debbie and other family members. Our heart goes out to each of you over the passing of a wonderful man. We have know Jim in many different capacities over the years. When he was just a young man we would see him with his Faye and Jack at various occasions and he always wore a big smile. I knew Jim when he worked at Westmoreland Coal and with Kennametal. I recall Joe Boggs called me while I was with United Central and asked about him. needless to say that was an easy recommendation on my part. I knew his love of family, friends and Church were extremely important to him but the love of Jesus was his greatest love. He will be missed by the multitudes who knew him but he is resting in the arms of Jesus right where he always wanted to be. God bless each of you in a mighty way, turn your tears into thanksgiving because Jim was a part of your lives.

- GARY AND MARY LOU BUSH


So sorry for your loss. We are out of town and couldn't come.

- Sheryl Moore


Jamie,
Just wanted to let you know that I've been thinking and praying for you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss! Love u Jamie!

- Wendy Deel


Jim and Regina were the best of friends. Even though I haven't seen them in several years, my heart breaks at the loss of this wonderful man. My love, support, and prayers are with you all.

- Varina Shortt Askew


I love you, Jim. My deepest sympathies to Regina, Shannon, Jamie, Fay and Debbie. Wish we could be there with you in this dark time, but I know that Jim is with his dad and his Father... What better gift could he receive?!

- Karen Shortt Hall


Rest peacefully in arms of our savior ,Jim.. Haven't been in touch lately even tho we are AHS Alumuni, neighbors.. Just want to say you will be missed & knowing you are pain free ! You have left a great legacy for your family..Peace and comfort for family & friends left behind.,.

- Janice Thomas Taylor


Such a sad time in this life but thinking of Jim Praising God and walking in Heaven makes it bearable. Jim was a wonderful person and was my friend. Regina and the rest of this family, please know that I am praying for the Peace and Comfort that only God can provide.

- Cheryl Light


Jim was one of the nicest, sincere, and humble guy I ever met.

- jamey hylton drill steel services


Regina and Chase, I'm sorry to hear of Jims passing. please remember Jesus words that he was the resurrection and the life.

- Keith Nygren


Jamie and Regina I am so sorry for your loss, May God comfort you all during these times.

- Adina Dean


Thinking of you.

- Emma Lawson


REGINIA,MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH AND THE FAMILY,,I KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING THROUGH,BILL WENT HOME 16 MONTHS AGO SO I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL,MAY GOD BRING YOU PEACE AND COMFORT AS ONLY HE CAN,,,,,,,LOVE AND PRAYERS,FRANKIE

- FRANKIE PRICE


Prayers for your family.

- Lorri Stidham


So sorry for the loss of such a godly man. He is heavens gain. Good friend from high school and church.

- Marlene Bush


We are so sorry for you loss. Please know that you are in our prayers. May the Peace of God be with you all. Love You

- Dallas and Carolyn Ketchersid


Regina my heart is filled with saddness for you and your family. I am rejoicing with Jim that he is resting in the arms of our LORD.I KNOW GOD IS COMFORTING YOU AS ONLY HE CAN. LOVE YOU AND PRAYING.

- Janice Clendenon


Reginia, We are so sorry to hear about Jim and we know he has gone to a far greater life. I always consider Jim to be a very special friend and enjoyed working with him and enjoyed his friendship for the years we worked together.

- Skip and Donna Evans


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FONDLY REMEMBERED. A TRUE GENTLEMAN WHO WILL BE DEARLY MISSED BY A WORK COLLEAGUE. GREATER PITTSBURGH AREA.

- CHARLIE BALDWIN


Regina and family , so sorry for your great loss , our Prayers are with you and your family !

- Doug and Judy Stapleton


Jamie & Brian

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayer are with you. I will not be able to be at services because of work but please know that I love you and will be thinking of you.

- Tammy Hutson


Jamie, so sorry for your loss. I know how it hurts. I am thinking and praying for you and your family.

- rita clatworthy


Jamie and entire family. My heart goes out to you all. My prayers are with you during this time and days after May God give you all peace within. God Bless you all.

- Linda Wilson


We are so sorry for your loss Regina. We know you are heartbroken. Jim was a wonderful person and we will all miss him greatly. I can just see him standing up in church to testify. We love you and if we can help you in any way, just let us know.

- Darrell & Alice Chandler


It's an honor to have known Jim .We all know where Jim is now resting with his savior Jesus Christ. Anyone that knew Jim he would tell you about making your home not here on earth,but about an eternal home in heaven where we just begin to live. My prayers and thoughts are with Jim's family for the days ahead. May God wrap his arms around each of you.

- Paige Blevins


Jamie, I'm so very sorry for your loss. I know the heartache of losing a father. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.

- Reba Ramey


Brother Jim you will be sorely missed. We count it a blessing to have served the Lord with you and your family over the years at Cedar Ridge, and we never, ever grew tired of hearing you testify to what God had done in your life and for your family. We so look forward to our reuniting one day. You've ran the race my brother, now it's time to enjoy your time with the Father. Thank you for everything Jim. We love you.

- The Renfro Family


Regina and Family,
We are SO VERY TRULY SORRY ABOUT JIM. GOD CAN TAKE CARE OF ALL THINGS,BUT LOVE MAKE IT HARD TO SAY GOOD BYE.

- Jim Mabe, Melissa Bundy, and Bradley Bundy


Know you all are in our thoughts and prayers! Love you all.

- John and Lynne Tull


It was an honor to know and work with Jim. Our prayers and sympathy to the family.

- David and Linda Wampler


Again Jamie, I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. Death of a loved one is never easy. I pray that you and all of your family can feel God's loving arms embracing you during this difficult time.

- Ramona Greer


Jim Rutherford was the kindest and sweetest man that we have ever known. He was a great nephew and always made us feel welcome in his home. His kindness, love, generosity will be missed by everyone who knew him.

- Charles and Mary Shortt


I am so sorry to here of the terrible loss of my cousin Jim. I had not seen Jim for a number of years but always asked about him whenever I saw his mother or wife Regina. Jim was a special person, we went to school together. Not only were we cousins, we were friends. I hope and pray that God will help the family during this trying time. I know Jim is heaven now and gone to a better place. May you rest in peace my cousin and my friend.

John

- John Rutherford


Jaimie, I'm very sorry to hear of your father's passing. I remember you talking about your father a lot when we worked together. Most daughters have a special bond with their fathers. Just try to take comfort in knowing that he is with the Lord. I will be praying for you and your family in the difficult time. I miss seeing you. Donna

- Donna Calhoun


Jamie , I am so very sorry for your loss. I am praying for GOD to comfort you and your family during this difficult time.

- Melissa Moore


Jim was a wonderful man and friend. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. My heart felt prayers and thoughts are for his beautiful family. Goodbye for now my friend, we will be just a little while behind you!

- Rick Collier


We will always remember Jim because of his friendly, caring
Ways, always a smile and a kind word to all who new
Him.
A hard worker and dedicated to any task he was asked
To do. A good Christian man, a loving brother to all
Who new him. Our prayers go out to Regina and her
Family on this day. May God bless you all.

Mike, Debbie, and stephanie

- Mike and Debbie kilgore


I am very sorry to hear of the death of your Mother.
With deepest sympathy,
Danny Cantrell

- Danny Cantrell


Condolences to the Dickenson family we will be thinking of you'll during your time of sadness.God bless you all.

- Danny,Cathy&Wesley Qualls


So sorry about your mom. Hope you all are doing o.k. God bless you all.

- Johnny and Cathy Johnson


Alicia,
We are very sorry to hear about your Dad. What I remember most was his kind and humble manner. He was a blessing to all. May God strengthen you and your family. Always take comfort in knowing where he is and hold onto the peace of knowing that there will be another meeting place somewhere in heaven. May God bless you, Barry, Cameron, and Christian. God bless the entire family.

Rod and Bridget Spears

- Rod and Bridget Spears


Della and family,
I am keeping you in my prayers. I am so sorry that I was unable to be with you tonight, but you are in my thoughts.
Love,
Agnes

- Agnes Bailey



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Della, Ricky, Brian and Alicia. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
All the time that has passed, I have often thought about you all., and all the good times we had growing up when you guys were our neighbors in Mt Carmel.
May the Lord Bless you and comfort you during this time and always. Love, Cathy Carver Jones.

- Cathy (Carver) Jones


My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. I pray for God's peace and strength to surround you in the coming days. May you find comfort in the loving memories that you will hold in your heart forever. God Bless!

- Jennifer Fig


to the family of Ronald ,sorry for your loss,may God bless each and everyone of your family members

- Buddy Grubb


Della and Family

Words cannot express how we feel about Ron. He has been a great neighbor for 38 years. We know God has another angel in heaven now. Sorry we can't be here for the funeral, Ralph is working and I will be out of town that night. Our prayers are with your family. We love you all.

Ralph and Susie

- Ralph and Susie Fig


Ricky and Nancy, we were so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. We pray the Lord will comfort you and give you peace during this time. We love you and are praying for you.

- Scott and Angie Stine


We are so sorry to hear of your loss. May the God of all Comfort give you His peace. We love you!

- Diane and Bruce Gibson


SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, HEAVEN HAS GAINED A NEW ANGEL. WE LOVE YOU ALL.

- JOEY AND PAMELA SMITH


Summer and Drew,

So sorry for your loss. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family.

Bill, Marie and Brian

- The Myhalyk's


So sorry for your loss, but Heaven has gained a precious soul. We were reminiscing last night about the good times we had in years past, both at church and at home. Our prayers are with the family.

- Jack & Christine Trigg


Naomi was indeed an angel here on earth. So blessed to have known her. May her memories live on through her children and grand children. Heaven is surely rejoicing their gain!

- Johnnie Gilliam


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I was blessed to have known Sister Ruth Perry, we talked many times about the Lord and how we both loved him . To hear her sing was wonderful, I will miss her but she's home now, I will see her someday in her new body, and hear her sing again, what a time she is having now overthere . God Bless the Family.

- Teresa Johnson PCT


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So Sorry for the loss of the family's loved one!!! Ruth was a Very Sweet Loving Lady!!! My thoughts & Prayers are with the Family and the Days to Come!!!!

- Karen Chandler


My deepest sympathies to Debbie, Jimmy, Jeff, Shawn and the whole family. May God bless you all with a peace that surpasses all understanding.

- Carolyn Bishop Herren


Debbie, Gary & Family,
We are so sorry about the loss of your Mother - our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God put His loving arms around you at this difficult time.
LOVE AND PRAYERS, Tommy & Shirley Fisher

- Shirley Fisher


Deborah and family,

We were so saddened to hear of Ruth's passing. We loved her and thought the world of her. We were unable to attend the viewing and funeral just wanted to let you know you all are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you all...

Emerson jr, (worked with Jim at mines) wife Joan and Sherrie Bush

- Emerson, Jr. Joan, and Sherrie Bush


To the family of Ruth Perry..my heart broke to hear of your loss. Jeffrey, I hope you remember me..we worked together at C & H Rauch Jewelers with Pat Carter and Shirley Wilder. I am sending you and your family prayers for God's comfort during this time. Jeffrey, I live in Orlando Florida now..would love to hear from you anytime..my phone number is 407-491-0766. Your mom is a precious soul and you can be assured she is resting now, perfectly healed and in God's glory forever.

- Patti Garrison


Deb,

I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do, please don't hesitate to let us know.

We love you!
Kahla

- Kahla McClure


so sorry to hear the news that Ruth passed away.she will be greatly missed. we go to same church. Prayers for the family & church family.

- helen clark


I am so sorry for your loss. Ruth was such a good woman. She sang at the Smith family reunions. I always loved see her.

- Sherry Smith


So sorry to hear of your loss. I loved the time I was able to spend with her. All of you are in my prayers.

- Teresa Lawson


To the Perry family, may you take comfort knowing that Mrs Perry is singing songs of Zion with The Lord. Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning.

- Loni Combest


So Sorry For Your Loss.

- Elaine Wells


so sorry for your loss she was a great woman praying for the family god bless

- melinda bowman


Debbie & family
So sorry about your mom. I bet my mom was happy to see her though. Prayers for you.
Chloe

- Chloe Cawood DeLong


Blessings and love to all of you. I loved to hear Ruth sing and testify at song services in and around BSG. The sisters group was a blessing to us and something I looked forward to each and every service I attended.

- Donna Delp


I enjoyed hearing Ruth sing many times.She was a special person who never changed. Ruth will be miss by many. My prayers and sympathy to her family.

- Deborah Gardner


My prayers go out to you and yours, Debbie. I can remember your mom as when I was a kid in Big Stone Gap. No one can ever take the place of a mother. please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
I can relate to how you feel because my mom went to be with Jesus 15 years ago. Much Love to you

- Leila Gollaway-Reinersman


Dear Jeff and Family,

Ruth was such a blessing to all that knew her. We were so very lucky to have known her and have been able to spend so many good times with her. A lovely and caring lady with many friends and a wonderful family. We know that she had a good, and caring heart, because her son, Jeff has the same caring heart. We will always remember her. (Jeff, you will burn that turkey, always will bring a smile to our face).

Love, Your friends, Patty and Herb

- Patty and Herb Lamb


thinking of the kindness Ruth gave to me and everyone she came in contact with, prayers to her family. She was an awesome person. RIP...Ruth

- Rosemarie Folden


So sorry for your loss. Ruth is a great lady...

- Jim&Wanda Caudill


MY HEART FELT PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE RUTH PERRY FAMILY I WANT EACH OF THEM TO KNOW WHEN OUR FATHER IN HEAVEN CALLER HER HOME HE GAINED A TRUE ANGEL INTO THE HEAVEN I LOVED HER LIKE SHE WAS MY MOTHER I FEEL SO BLESSED TO HAVE KNOWN HER SHE WILL TRULY BE MISSED BY EVERYONE WHO KNEW HER MAY THAT BEAUTIFUL MUSIC SHE SANG TO ALL OF US CONTINUE TO LIVE ON R.I.P MY BEAUTIFUL FRIEND AND SISTER RUTH PERRY I WILL FOREVER LOVE YOU

- KENNETH DURHAM


Ruth was an outstanding women along with the rest of the family. It was my honor to know her and Susan. They both where the light of the party. Until the day I will see both of them again I you both may be gone bit never forgotten in my heart. To the family I sorry for your loss and pray for comfort in the days to come

- Shelley goodwin


Jeff,

My condolences at the loss of your mother. Sending thoughts and prayers to you.

- Jason Vincent- Louisville, KY


Ruth Perry was named after my mother Ruth Johnson.
She sought no recognition of fame in this world for the deeds
Which she had done.but diligently worked upon this earth
To obtain a home in that celestial city above.
She is there with loved ones, her husband....
Her son, & her daughter & has the guardian angels encamped about those she loved & left behind.
She fought the final battle & kept the faith in God, & is now
Rejoicing & singing with the heavenly Angels for her
race on earth is won.
Her beautiful smile still lingers to show us all the way,
because when she smiles it was from the heart, to
loved ones & friends all dear.

Ruth sung at mother's funeral in 2001& because she was
Named after my mother she said my mother would be alive
through her. Now she my mother & father r together in heaven & she is singing to them & other loved ones with Jesus
Beside her
Virginia Ruth Perry is proverbs 3110-31

- Lisa johnson


We Loved your Mother so much and we know she is with God and her family that has passed.I can see her in heaven singing and rejoicing and waiting on the rest of her family to join her.I want too be with her when I pass.We were so close to each other just like we were family.We think of her family as ours and she did the same with our family.If her children need us we will always be here for them.We Love You All.God is now taking care of our Beloved Ruth.Love Roger and Becky Ford.

- Roger and Becky Ford


Rest in Peace Uncle Roy, please say hello to dad.

- Ginger Marcum O'Keefe


Regret to hear of Jack's death and trust that he is now with the Lord. I remember him well, from earlier high school days. He was a fine example to those who knew him.

- Robert Moore


I have fond memories of your Mother and Daddy!
Your Mother was such a sweet lady!!
I moved away from the area when I was young, but your Mother always remembered me and seemed glad to see me when I would see her.
You were blessed with wonderful parents!!
My life has been blessed by knowing your family!!!
May God give you comfort as you adjust to this loss in your lives!
JoAnn (Johnson) Giesler

- JoAnn Johnson Giesler


To my mom, you are back home where you were born and resting in peace near your loving grandfather and many ancestors and relatives.

Your final days were hard, but many family members were there by your side offering love, comfort and thankfulness.

Lovingly your youngest daughter,
Kathryn

- Kathryn Bickers Moore



Connie and Family, my heart breaks for you. Gene was such a great guy and will be greatly missed. If there is anything I can ever do for you please let me do it in Gene's memory. My Love, Twyla

- Twyla Herron


we've lost a very good friend. my condolences to his wife and children

- danny wilson


Darrell:
I Am Sorry To Hear About The Passing Of Your Mother, If I Can Be Of Any Help Let Me Know.

- mitchel fritts


Darryl and Family,

So sorry to hear about the loss of your Mother.

- Mike Taylor


Sandy,

We were so sorry to hear about your mother's passing! Please know that you and your family are in our prayers.

- Chuck and Amy Johnston


Just remember death can't steal our Joy because her Love and Kindness lives in all of us.

- Lee and Genetta Sturgill


Dear Deb,
I'm so so sorry for your loss. You have been included in thoughts and prayers since hearing about your mother's illness.
Beth

- Beth Wright


We are so sorry to hear about ur mother . Let your family help you out in any way possible and this will comfort them also . God bless you & your family .

- Dollie & Mary Honaker


I will be praying for your family. Wendall was such a funny guy.
He was always friendly. Very likeable.

It was good to meet Wes and see Elaine.
Elaine you have such a pretty daughter.
God be with you at this time.

- Patsy Collinsworth Hartsock


Dennis,

I can only imagine what a wonderful woman your mother must have been. As I was reading the obituary, I was shocked to learn that she was born on February 29th. That alone makes her very unique, and I'm guessing she enjoyed being a leap year baby. Please know that we are thinking of you, Nancy, and the boys during this difficult time.

Love,
Rodger, Peggy, Kyle, and Natalie Smythe
Louisville, KY

- Rodger Smythe


I am so thankful to have known Ruth. I will miss our conversations about days of long ago and our families.

Love,
Edith Hubbard

- Edith Hubbard


Debbie and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. There are no words that can make the hurt easier, only knowing she is with God will make it bearable.

- James & Laura Clarkston


Sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Thompson. I remember her for her sweet and pleasant spirit.

She was very special to my mother Margaret Sturgill.

- Sharon Sturgill Pease


Deb,
We are so sorry for the loss of your mom. We understand how hard this is and pray for your comfort during this most difficult time.
Patti & Phillip

- Patti & Phillip Vanhook


I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep your family in my prayers.
Kim Smith

- Kim Smith


Ruth was such an amazing woman and a very dear dear friend.R.I.P. (Rest in paradise ) my wonderful friend this is not goodbye it's see you later!

- Debbie Mullins


Deb,
I am so sorry about the loss of your mother. I am praying for you and your family.

- Barbara Gilbert


I am very sad about Aunt Ruth's passing. She was a very special lady and I have many fond memories of her. I will keep all of her family in my prayers as I know it will be most difficult to adjust to life without her. I am deeply sorry that I cannot attend her services. My mother just had shoulder replacement surgery and I need to be with her to help with her recovery. I send each of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren much love, and prayers for comfort and peace.

- Teresa Sturgill Stamos


Mrs. Thompson was a neighbor on Skeens Ridge, and while we never got to visit, I had the opportunity to take her picture and chat with her when she was manning her crochet booth at area craft events. Every time I saw her, she had the most beautiful, gentle smile -- and she and husband, "Chocolate," who was usually perched on a chair, stool or milk crate behind her at her craft table, always took time to visit and to catch me up on how the children and grandchildren were doing. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother, and a wonderful role model for her family and the community.

- Ida Holyfield


Our sympathy to all the family.Love and prayers.

- Ken & Hazel Bowen.


We are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God give you peace and comfort.

- Jim and Jamie Kelly


My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Glenda C. Langenberg

- Glenda Langenberg


Sorry to hear of the passing of Wendell. He was a good man and always very nice to me. My mother, Linda Herndon, and I pass along our condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

- Jay Herndon


We will miss you so much Granny Thompson! Glad you are home with Jesus & Chocolate. You have left a wonderful legacy for your family and many sweet memories. I pray for peace & comfort for the family in the journey that lies ahead! May God bless & keep each of them! Love & Hugs to all!

- Dana Tilley Chapman


I am so sorry for the loss of Aunt Ruth. She will be greatly missed. I am so glad I paid her a surprise visit Labor Day Weekend with my grandson Addison. We had a great visit and shared lots of laughs. You will be missed AUNT RUTH. Praying for the entire family. We love you all.

- Jane and John Brown


Ashley Family,

Just learning of Freddie's passing today. Freddie was always very kind and a good business man! There are just no words for your pain, I hope that God is helping you find a peace that surpasses all understanding and you begin to heal sooner rather than later!

Much Love
Liz

- Liz


Our deepest sympathy to all the family. Words are inadequate, but please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time in your lives. Hold on to the things that bring you comfort.

With Love to All,

Nancy and Bobby and all our family

- Nancy and Bobby Hyde



Wendell and I were buddies, He came to work at Paramont in 1981 and we come friends right away. I have watched his children grow up and we have had many long talks about our families. He loved my brother Chris and cried with me when my Dad died. He was just on of those people that the roads lead us together and all was good. I love Wendell, we told each other we loved one another. I will miss his laugh, his questions and our friendship. I weep with you and if you ever need me, just call. Wendell's Big Buddy, Donnie

- Donnie Ratliff


I know you're playing golf and arguing with somebody in Heaven! I will miss you and your smiling face everyday! RIP dear Wendell!

- Martha Ruble


Elaine,
I want you to know that I am praying for you and I know you will be surrounded by the Comforter. I am in Richmond or I would be there for you. Wendell was a good friend and we will all miss him.
I know you are a strong person and that you know to lean on Jesus.
Prayerfully
Benny Wampler

- Benny Wampler


Ruth will be missed! She was a great friend and a beautiful lady with a heart of gold!

- Kathy Sturgill


Mr and Mrs Carr. I just read of Mrs Dezarn's passing. I am sorry. I hope you both are doing well. Take care.

- Genell Greear


Sorry I could not be there for you guys. Gene will be very dearly missed. Love you and your family is in my prayers.

- candy dye


I wish I could convey all the emotions I feel right now... Please know that I am with you all in thoughts and spirit! To all the family, especially my dear Aunt Wilma, my thoughts, prayers and all the healing vibes I can muster are coming to you. Love you all so very, very much!!!!

- Phillip Bogle


Sorry to here about gene passing.
Our prayers and thoughts are with the family.

- Anita Lonnie Sawyers


Our prayers are with you.

- Richard and Eula Tipton


This is Glenn and Pollys son. Family is in our prayers.

- William Jack Whited


For John Peace,

John I pray that God's Peace and Grace will surround you and your family during this time of loss. Jim will always be remember for his smile and good humor. My prayers and thoughts are with you. God Bless

- annette underwood


We are so sorry to hear about Mike's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers. If you need us just call.
Love yall
Peggy
Fred jr
Brian

- Dorton Family


Dave, Angie, & kids,
So sorry for your loss. I pray that God will surround you with his sweet peace and for comfort during the days ahead. Please call us if you need anything.

We love you,
Jason, CarrieAnn, Mily, & Isaac Rhoton

- Carrie Ann Rhoton


Thoughts and prayers are with you, I'm so sorry for the loss of Mike I love you very much.

- Belinda


It will be hard to imagine life without you...no fishing trip will ever be the same...no family gathering will either. You are missed and will always be missed.

- David (Bubby) L. Ayers Jr


We are so sorry to the family of Mike. We have known him many years!! Such a shock! My mom Helen Clark lives beside his mom Wilma and is best friends with her. So Mike was a close friend. So sorry for his best furry friend, his dog. Love to all the family.

- rita frazier


Connie & family,

Very sorry to hear about Gene. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

God Bless you.

- Donnie & Abbie Blair


It will be hard to imagine life without you...no fishing trip will ever be the same...no family gathering will either. You are missed and will always be missed.

- David (Bubby) L. Ayers Jr


Sorry for your loss. We have lost another of " The Greatest Generation".

- Jim & Jamie Kelly


I have fond memories of Freddie. So sorry for your loss. You
are in our prayers.

- Jim and Jamie Kelly


Please accept our sincere sympathy on the passing of Mr. Galloway. Another one of our WWII Heroes has gone Home.

- Kathy & Ronnie Davidson


So sorry to hear of Genes passing. Breaks my heart to see a good person go. Connie my heart goes out to you.

- Robin Bartee


Vicki, I am very sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I am praying for you and your family. May the Lord bless you and give you strength. God bless you.
With Sympathy,
Dora Lynn

- Dora Lynn Garrison


To the Galloway family,

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
Jim is one of the last of my parent's friends to go. He had a long and good life. I am thankful that he did not have to linger and suffer. I hope to see you on Thursday at Powell Valley Memorial Gardens.

My deepest sympathy
with love,



Rita

- Rita Franklin Gayewski


So sorry to hear about your dad! He was an awesome man. I will always remember him for his witty sense of humor. God bless your family, and you will be in my prayers. I was not sure if you knew that my dad, Walt Carmack, was living in Atlanta with my sister Pat after the passing of my step-mother. He is 101 years young!

- Anita Carmack Sadler


Laura, I just found out today about your loss! I will praying for you and your children. If you ever want to talk, I am available.

- Kami Wiley


Daddy is living with me since Nola's death and we were saddened to hear of Uncle Jim's passing and send our deepest condolences to your family. Wish we could be there to give each one of you of you a hug. Love to you and yours. Patsy and Walter (Popi). 770-664-1169

- Pat Vicknair


I had not heard of Gene's passing, until today, but my sincere thoughts and prayers are for you Connie, and all of the family. May God bless and comfort you!

- Debbi Seals Davidson


What a wonderful life Jim had, and such a wonderful legacy to leave for the children and grandchildren. He was a good friend to my family and I send my heartfelt condolences to your family. May God bless and comfort you all!

- Debbi Seals Davidson


So sorry for the loss of a great man. I always think of him as being 'Clinch Haven'.

- Georgann Wampler


Condolences to the Galloway Family,
Our hearts are with you at this diificult time of loss. Jim Galloway will always hold a special place in my heart for what he and Jean did for me in my very early years; taking me in while my mother was ill.
I will never forget you because of it. I know that my earliest years in your home, allowed me to develop in such a way that I too, could come to enjoy, love and honor my family, as you did yours.
With Much Love,
Jill Campbell-Palmer
OrrinW. Palmer, MD
Devon M. Palmer
Danielle N. Palmer
Ogdensburg, NY

- The Palmer Family ( Jill Campbell-Palmer, Orrin Palmer, MD and Devon and Danielle)


May your memories comfort you. We were sorry to hear of you loss.
State Farm Insurance

- Mike Adams State Farm Insurance


Laura,
Rosie and I are so sorry for your loss. You and the kids are in our prayers and if you guys need anything just let us know. You can find us on facebook . Again we will be praying for you guys. Matthews team said a special prayer for you guys Saturday also.

- Mickey & Rosie Burnette


Ashley Family,

Deepest condolences from your family at Coldwell Banker SRE. If there is anything we can do at anytime please call upon us.
Love
Peter, Jean, Jeanette, George, Mary, Kathy, Bob, Christine, Ann, Judy, Roy, Violet

- Coldwell Banker SRE


We have had the privilege to meet Freddie on 2 different occasions during vehicle Purchase. The latest was Saturday Evening. Freddie talked so much about his family he was so proud of all of you. He spoke about his two sons how the older was so self disciplined and spoke of a couple basketball games that he done so good in. He spoke of his younger son and how he looked up to his older Brother. He spoke of his Wife and Daughter and it was easy to see how much he Loved his Family. He done the Financial Paperwork on our deal Saturday evening. It was just a couple days later when talking to our salesman that we learned Freddie had passed. We didn't know Freddie well but It has saddened us so much. He had a charisma about him that just made you feel like old friends. Our deepest condolences to the Family. I know you will miss him.

- Dale & Jeana Hall


I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep Matthew and you in my prayers.

Matthew's teacher

- Mrs. Rebecca Rutherford


My deepest condolences to Freddie's family and friends. I have the fondest memories from high school of my sweet friend Freddie. He was always willing to help his friends and was rarely without a smile on his face. I'm thankful to have known such a sweet soul. Wishing God's love and peace to sustain you in your grief.

- Becky Ellis Rhoton


So sorry to hear of the loss of your son, Freddy..

- Jim&Wanda Caudill


We would like to express our sympathies and let you know that our thoughts are with you.

The Rosenboro's
(Bubby and family)

- Rosenboro family


Freddie was one of the most positive people I have ever worked with during the 14 years at Nissan. He started and jumped right in-helping with anything and everything! He was liked by so many of his co-workers and when I transferred stores, he would text to check on me and see how things were going. It meant a lot to see someone care and I felt sick when I heard about him. I can only hope he is resting peacefully and looking down smiling at all the people who cared about him. He loved his kids and wife and would talk about them all the time. I will keep all of the family who meant so much to him in my prayers.

- Heather Walker


Freddie was always a positive influence on me and the people he encountered. It was a honor to have known him and to have worked with him. I will cherish the memories.

- Corey Burgdorf


Dear Laura ,
Sending you our condolences and letting you know you and the children are in our prayers .

- Mrs.Connie Massey


I am sorry for your loss
Please know that we Will always be here and for the family
God bless

- Mitch Walters


To Freddie's family . I worked with Freddie at Friendship , He was a great guy, and will be missed by us all . He always spoke highly of his family . Our prayers are with you all .

- Denny Fruth


Laura, I am so sorry for your loss. This is so terrible. If you ever need me remember I am here in Bristol still! Prayers for you and your children!
Love,
Whitney Egan

- Whitney Egan


So sorry to hear of Freddie's passing, I pray that God will comfort his family as they go through this sad time, God Bless You All!

- RICK WARD


"I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love.” 

I'm sorry. I know those words are inadequate, but I am truly sorry for what you’re experiencing right now. Please let me know if there’s anything I can do to help.

- Chris Tussey


Freddie I will deeply miss you my friend, your stories I'll remember forever. Condolences to the family. Until we meet again my friend.

- Brian Mann, Buchanan's Auto Sales


Margaret and family,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Jack was a nice guy and always so friendly. Praying for all of you! God bless each one of you. Sorry we can't make the service since we are in NY this weekend
Love,
Earl and Libby

- Earl & Libby Mumpower


Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

- Teresa and Michael Mason


Laura, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. You have my deepest condolences. Your husband may have left this world but he will still be here in the hearts and minds of you and your children.

- Warren Klutz


I just cant come up with the words to express how sorry you have lost Scotty. We feel for you. The Toon family

- Ron Toon


Our prayers are with the family ,this was a shocker to me.I worked for Jack at Westmoreland .He was a friend,that will be missed in the community. He would tell you just how he felt about issues in the town. Good family
Gary and Cathy Johnson

- Gary johnson


Margaret,
I am so sorry for your loss. I know Jack is in a better place. My prayers are with you and your family during this time. Please let me know if you need anything.

God Bless You,

Steve

- Steve Kilgore


Our hearts are sad with the news of Scotty's passing. Our prayers are with all of you. I worked with Scotty's mom, Ruth and his sister Jodi. David knew Scotty as a friend. God bless all of you and hold you in his arms.

- Sandy & David Ramsey


Our prayers & thoughts are with you Mary. We are going to miss Scott. May God comfort you and each member of his family

- Jerry & Cathy Ryan


I will miss you my brother. Your wit and that magnetic personality, you were such a unique individual. Love you much.

- Jody Cowdery


prayers for all during this time and the days to follow. Jesus will be with you each step of the way and will comfort you.

- Darlene McQueen


I am sorry for your loss please accept my sincere condolences. I hope you will find your strength and comfort in Jesus promises of the earthly resurrection(:Acts 24:15) and the renewed Paradise earth, where death will be no more and no family will have to mourn the death of a loved ever again. Revelation 21:3,4; Luke 23:43. May GOD(Psalms 83:18) grant you peace and comfort now during this grievous time.-Matthew 5:4.

- M Jones


I am sorry for your loss please accept my sincere condolences. I hope you will find your strength and comfort in Jesus promises of the earthly resurrection(:Acts 24:15) and the renewed Paradise earth, where death will be no more and no family will have to mourn the death of a loved ever again. Revelation 21:3,4; Luke 23:43. May GOD(Psalms 83:18) grant you peace and comfort now during this grievous time.-Matthew 5:4.

- M Jones


As a resident of the area in which Mr. Connor so tragically was killed, I want to extend my sympathies to his family. This area is very beautiful, and I have no doubt that his job kept him in contact with the beauty of nature everyday. It is heartbreaking for us here, and I personally want to say how upset we are in this community. He will always be a part of us here. RIP

- Wesley V. Hilton, Ph.D.


We be praying for you all.

- Jack Mcnutt


Be praying for you all

- Jack Mcnutt


Our thoughts and prayers are with you. If we can do anything just let us know! Know that we have been and will continue to be lifting you and your family up in prayer.

- David and Lisa Oaks


Just happened to be online tonight and thought I would look up friends in Hampton, Virginia I grew up with. Today is 12/10/2014 and I see Greg(my best childhood friend) was precedes in death by his wonderful mom and dad. God bless Steve. Hope you all still remember Hampton. We were blessed to have you for such a short time. See you in Heaven.

- Bubba


Melissa,
I am so sad to hear of your mother's passing. Kim and I send our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. I understand all too well losing my mother. If there is anything you need, please don't hesitate to contact me. Prayers during this time.

- Rod Mullins


Praying for God to give you strength during this difficult time.

- Rita Mullins


Sending prayers for you and your family. .

- Brenda Barker


God saw tfe road was getting rough-
The hills were hard to climb-
He gently closed her loving eyes
& whispered peace be thine-
Her weary hours, her days of pain
Her weary nights r passed. Her ever
patient worn out frame has found sweet
Rest at last.
Now go rest ye high on that mountain with
Your daughter Kim & your sister Judy.
. Love in Christ
Lisa

- Lisa Johnson


Hello Roy,
It has been too long since I have seen you. I have good memories of our younger years; you, Coy and me.
I want you to know that I am praying for you and your family. I personally know that Jesus will give you Peace and Comfort. Blessings my friend!

- Benny Wampler


So sorry Jennifer to hear about your mother. I am praying for you and your family. May God Bless you.

- Tricia Peters


Why is my brother's obituary messed up on here? I can no longer see any messages or anything at all about his arrangements...it says they are incomplete?

- Danielle Maness


There are no words ......... I am with you in thoughts, heart and prayers wish I could be there in person. Anything at all, just let me know. Love and prayers to all the family.

- Penny Gustafson


I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a very nice lady who fought a rough battle, Jennifer. She is now in heaven with full health and worshiping her King. We are keeping you all in our prayers.

- Steve & Beverley Crabtree


I am so sorry Jennifer. Praying for comfort for you and your family. God bless you.

- Rose Marie Young


So sorry for you jenn. I know your mom was your best friend and you will miss her but you can be assured that one day you will see her again. I love you and even more God loves you. Please take care and send my condolences to your other family members.

- Leslie Boring


Praying for all the family.

- Danny Boggs


Thoughts & Prayers are with you & The Family !
May God give you Peace & Comfort ! Cherish the wonderful memories you have of your precious Mother !
Love You !
With Deepest Sympathy,
Kathy , Ken & Blake

- Rhoten Family


Missing you my sweet girlfriend/aunt...loved you so much but grateful you are resting in the arms of Jesus now.you were so courageous as you endured this battle. I will always cherish my precious memories of you! Love margaret

- Margaret kibler


I ASK YOU FATHER IN HEAVEN TO GIVE THIS FAMILY PEACE AND COMFORT IN THERE HEARTS IN KNOWING KAY IS IN HEAVEN FREE OF PAINS OF ANY KIND AND LIVING HER BRAND NEW LIFE WITH YOU FATHER AND JESUS AND ALL THE OTHER ANGLES WHO HAVE GONE BEFORE HER I AM TRULY SORRY FOR YOUR LOST AND LOVE EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU GOD BLESS

- KENNETH DURHAM


Jennifer,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I know there is nothing I can do but I am here if you need anything.
Love,
Jill

- Jill Pease


Tiny will be missed.

- Emma "sis"


-


I love you mama! I miss you so much, there's a huge hole in my heart since you've been gone. Life isn't the same. Can't wait to see you again xoxo

- Heather Vaughn


Saturday, November 15, 2014

To Mildred Anderson, Marlon Anderson and Joseph Anderson:

I was saddened to learn of the death of your mother and grandmother. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her. My fondest memories of her are the summers that she spent in Saint Louis. Our sidewalks and curbsides were the cleanest in the neighborhood. No leaf or blade of grass was safe around her. She would sweep and re-sweep until the yard, sidewalk and curb were perfect. I also remember how beautiful she was- inside and out. Hair, makeup and clothing were always impeccable.

When her health began to fail, her visits were extended. You cared for her as if it were the greatest privilege ever afforded anyone. You showed her so much love and compassion. You were an excellent daughter and God is well pleased.

My prayer for you and your entire family is that God will send his angels of mercy to comfort and keep you now and in the days ahead.

Sincerely,
Your neighbor to the East
Vivianne Frye-Perry

- Vivianne Frye-Perry


Carolyn , You and your family are in our prayers. will miss your sweet mom.

- Ann and Denver Rose


May you sense the Lord's loving presence today: Keeping you close to His heart, assuring you of His tender care, and covering you with His grace.


With Thoughts and Prayers
from Mrs. Harriet Bush Family

- Mrs. Harriet Bush & Family


Sorry to hear about you lost, my prayers are with you all rest in
Peace Ms. Ollie Mae Shepherd.

- Martha Bush


I just recently read of Thomas' passing....and I am sorry for your loss.
You may not remember me. I was one of the college students from Minnesota who stayed with your family for the month of January,1970. I remember each of the family members who was living at home at that time.....and haae often thought of you.
Warm wishes,
Joan Knothe (Stein)

- joan knothe


Jim went far beyond to make a fellow welcome. You will be sorely missed.
Miss Debbie, I am so sorry to hear this bad news, you and Jim both always made me feel welcome there at mutual drug. I have missed seeing you guys. I lost my mom since the last time we spoke. What a glorious day it will be one day on High!!!!! Godspeed to you and the rest of your family.
Sincerely, Sean

- Sean Benton (cardinal driver)


I will miss you forever sister.Love you

- Margaret smith


Margaret please know I am so sorry to hear about Sharon's passing..Got so see her a couple of months ago. So good to talk to her...As we parted she said Annie I love you..Words I will never forget...the last words she spoke to me...I know she is in the arms of the Lord now...RIP my friend...I Love You...

- Anne Cubine


Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Sharon. I/we knew her as Sharon Moore. Grew up with her and her family in Italy Bottom. God bless the family.

Sincerely,
Sandra, Donnie and Nancy Young and family.

- Sandra Young Jones


Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

- Aunt Helen & Aunt Barbara


Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. I love you and am here for you. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Sorry we couldnt be there with you today just know we do love you. Please tell Jamie i am sorry.

- Denise Rogers


Michelle, Jamie, Fred, and Family,

We are sending our condolences to you. Wish we could make it to the services, but are unable to. If you need anything, feel free to call upon us. May you find comfort and peace soon. Praying for you all. Love you all!!!

Heather, Barry, & Jimmie Sanders

- Heather Sanders


Michelle and Jamey, So sorry for your loss. We are praying for God to comfort and bless you both. We love you, Edna, Vince Jr. And Shantha

- Edna Ferguson


I'm so sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is. I just wanted to let all of you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I have a million memories of the fun we all used to have. All my love to you all.

- Kitty Wells


Lewis, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for God's grace to comfort you and your family.

- Donna Robinson


Sorry for your loss. Praying for the family

- Pattie. Gollaway


So sorry for your loss. Jim is a great person and will be missed.

- Jim&Wanda Caudill


I first met Jim around 1972 while he worked at Cas Walker's in Appalachia with my brother, Dane Dinsmore. Jim & Dane were working as stock/bag boys at the time, and also attending MECC. Jim & Dane became good friends, and I was the pesky little sister. Later, in 1977-79, Jim and I attended MECC at the same time, enduring Calculus classes together. We had fun playing UNO cards in the MECC Library. Jim was always like a big brother to me. Jim always had a joke, a big SMILE, a warm hug, and an encouraging word whenever I walked in to MUTUAL. Until I see you in HEAVEN...love you bro!
PRAYERS of comfort, peace, and love to Debbie, Lewis, and family!
Blessings,
Devonna Dinsmore

- Devonna Dinsmore


Debbie, I hope you remember us,we delivered to Mutual everyday and did enjoy you folks very much. We were so sorry to here about Jim.I know Jim was not feeling well but we hope he is at peace and there is no more pain. Our prayers are with you and the family,may God bless you all. Frank & Betty from Bristol .

- Frank & Betty Markowitz


Shelia,
So sorry for the loss of your brother, I will never pass by the home place without thinking of you and your family.

- Billie Sue Garrett Hyder


I worked with Jim in the 70's at Plaza drug and although I did not see him a lot we were still friends. He was such a good person . I am so sad for your loss, I pray that God gives you strength to get through every day. Prayers and Blessing.

- Rhelda Collins


My sincere condolences for your family. I know this is a trying time for your family but know that he is no longer in pain and you will see him again. He fought a good fight but God wanted him not to hurt anymore so he is with him. I know God is there comforting you right now. He is your strength through this. I understand what it is like to lose your husband Debbie and what gives me peace is that I know I will be with him one day and he is watching over me. No words can be said for the pain and anquish you are feeling right now but it really will get better and I am just thankful he is not hurting anymore. He was a great and kind man. He touched my life when he would come in. I enjoyed seeing your family when you all would come for his treatment. The world has lost an angel but heavan has gained one. I am here if you ever need to talk or need anything please let me know. I will pray for you and your family. I will not be able to make the services but I am here if you need me.

- Sally Shelton


Jim was a great guy and an assert to our community. May the family be blessed richly by God in their time of need.

- Georgann Wampler


His smile and kind heart will never be forgotten. Prayers for the family. John, Beth, Erin & Jessee Hagan

- John Hagan


His smile and kind heart will never be forgotten. Prayers for the family. John, Beth, Erin & Jessee Hagan

- John Hagan


We have lost a good friend . He will forever be in our hearts .
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. This is not
Goodbye for we will see him again . We are very sorry for the
Families lost. God bless the family.

- Oakie and Nancy Garrett


So sorry for your loss.

- Phyllis Adkins


Dear Dale and Rebecca, I am so sad to hear of your mother's passing. She was a great lady and a treasure to the community of Keokee. I have many fond memories of her during my high school years. She passed the gift of understanding math to so many of us and it served me well throughout my life. You were blessed to have her as your mom.
Nancy Palmer Dziedzic

- Nancy Palmer Dziedzic


The Roy Morris Family sends our heart felt sympathy to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

- Betty Morris Abney


Mary and I had some wonderful times together as young women. She loved fashion and was a very beautiful woman with a lovely heart and soul. I recently talked to her and am sad that we could not meet but I remember funny, happy times when we were family in a small town in Colorado.She introduced me to make-up and was very generous with her knowledge in that area. I know her religious beliefs gave her a lot of comfort and I will miss her greatly. I will miss her kind sweet messages but I know she rests now with the angels.

- Kristine Segura


Mary Morris was a wonderful teacher and a such a special and beautiful lady. She was loved and respected by everyone who knew her. I am so sad for the family and their loss.

- Sandra McKinney Cornett


,Marie was a very nice person we will miss you and we love you so very much our thoughts and prayers are with the family always .love Michelle Miller xoxoxo

.

- Michelle Miller


We are so sorry for your loss!! She was a wonderful lady! We will miss her greatly!!

- Debbie and Mike McConnell


Our prayers and thoughts are with the family.

- Fred Marion


I want to express my deepest sympathy in this time of such great sorrow. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Mary was a good friend whom I had the pleasure of working with at Keokee High School from 1970-77.

I would see Mary from time to time at the hospital when she would be working with the Ladies Auxiliary. We talked a long time the last time I saw her. Her love and concern for others, especially family and friends, was always present in our conversations.

Mary was a great lady, one I admired and respected so much.

Love and prayers,
Brenda Jones


- Brenda Martin Jones


Anna, we are so very sorry for your loss of Charles. We regret we did not get to know him more but remember the times we did have with you and him. At such a young age this can be a traumatic situation for you but we know you are a strong girl and with the memories you and Charles have made will comfort you in the future. Bless you and his family. Remember, let Mom and Dad help when you need comfort and help. We look forward to seeing you sometime in the near future, but in the mean time if there is anything we can do for you from here we would deem it an honor and pleasure to help.
Love,
Betty and Frank Baker

- Betty and Frank Baker


Becky,Gary Emily
I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom .Mary was a very Special Lady.My prayers are with you Love Della

- Della Snodgrass


I enjoyed knowing you and having you as a teacher and I will miss seeing you at the school reunions.

- Judy Lee Dorton


This life long educator and friend will live forever in our hearts.
My parents Louise and "Fid" Orender loved her and Billy Gene very much. Her always sweet smile and compassionate spirit will be missed. Love you Mrs. Morris.

- Carol Orender Strevel


Mary will be missed comer student.

- Ralph Kennedy


Dale and Rebecca,
I am so sorry for your loss. Mary was a wonderful mentor and a true friend. She will be greatly missed by many. Keeping all of her family in my prayers.

- Diana Morefield


Mrs. Morris was a woman who made sure everyone of her students was careed about and loved, she was strict but she loved each and everyone of us. She will be missed by all that knew her. My heart felt love and prayers go out to Rebecca and Dale.

- Liz Palmer


Rest in peace Mrs. Morris

- Jim & Michelle Taylor


She was a great friend and teacher....prayers for the family in this hard time....praying for comfort.... she will b greatly missed!!!!!

- Angie Herron Ganter


A much loved lady who had great influence on my life.I feel blessed that I was one of your students.

- Tona Riddle Angel


I will always remember Mary Morris... she was such a great teacher....but the one thing I will remember and still tell my students today..... she could have her back to the whole class and would know if you lifted your eyes off your paper and onto another students paper. That always just blew us all away. She ran a tight ship, but she sure did care about her students. All she wanted was for us to learn. And........if you happened to be on her bad side..... you could count on running in circles with her while she paddled your behind. Rest in peace sweet lady.

- Patricia Mosko Rogers


I am truly saddend at the passing of a great childhood friend, i am still in shock. I will miss him making me laugh and talking to me. Don, Donna and family you guys are in my thoughts and prayers!

- April McQuillen


To the Sidoti family, my deepest and most sincere condolences .

- Robyn , Phillip, April & Joey McQuillen


Rest in peace beloved katherine , i will always love you .

- nourddine laghdif


Mary Morris was not only my Math teacher during high school at Keokee, and a neighbor in the Keokee community, but she was also like a second mother to me. Her home was always open to us. So many fond memories that volumes of books could be written about her! My thoughts and prayers go out to her daughter, Rebecca & husband, Gary, grand-daughter, Emily, and her son, Dale & his wife, Donna.
Love & Prayers,
Devonna

- Devonna L. Dinsmore


Mary Morris was not only my Math teacher during high school at Keokee, and a neighbor in the Keokee community, but she was also like a second mother to me. Her home was always open to us. So many fond memories that volumes of books could be written about her! My thoughts and prayers go out to her daughter, Rebecca & husband, Gary, grand-daughter, Emily, and her son, Dale & his wife, Donna.
Love & Prayers,
Devonna

- Devonna L. Dinsmore


So sorry to hear of the passing of Charles. He was always nice to me in the library at ASL. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

- Michelle Elswick (library assistant at ASL)


So sorry will be missed by all

- Patricia (Clark) Pennington


We will all miss Charlie greatly. Though we will always get a big smile on our faces when we think of him or his name should come up. We're sorry that we can't be there for the service and celebration of his life, but know that we are having our own service, our own celebration, and are toasting to his memory. All of our love to Anna and Donna and Don and Donald, and all of the rest of his family and friends. Love, Chuck and Danny

- Danny Lux


I just wanted to offer my thoughts and prayers to you at this time. There is nothing that I or anyone can say to make any of the last few days be any easier. Your loved one is at peace now and the ones left here can begin to face life without them. In time, the beautiful memories will be what come to mind to remember this person you have lost.

- Kathy R. Hamilton


We're thinking of you all. You're in our thoughts and our prayers. We've got so many cherished memories that will always remain with us. We wish that we could be with you, but know that we are in spirit!
With love and prayers,
Aunt Barbara and Kevin

- Barbara Ames


Chris,

I rarely read the Post, although I subscribe to the electronic version. I just saw that both your mother and father passed away over the past few months.

I just wanted to say that I'm sorry. I hope all is as well with you as it can be.

Let me know how you're doing, sometime: Kevin.Bolinskey@indstate.edu

- Kevin Bolinskey


Anna, I am so sorry for your loss. I will remember your family in prayer.

- carola craft


Sincere sympathy to Mary's family in the loss of a beautiful,talented,and highly respected lady.Mary and I were friends for many years.We enjoyed visiting and sharing girl talk.She will be a treasured friend and never forgotten.Our loss is heavens gain.May the Lord be with each and everyone in your time of sorrow.Love and prayers to each and everyone of you.

- Sandy Lawson


My deepest condolences to you Herschiel in these times of passing. I pray you will find peace and comfort .

- Mike sanders


Charles, always a smile for all of us at swim. The kids loved you. Always caring and encouraging. We will miss you. Love and peace to Anna and the family.

- Angie Mullins/Blue Marlins Swim


Charles, always a smile for all of us at swim. The kids loved you. Always caring and encouraging. We will miss you.

- Angie Mullins/Blue Marlins Swim


Charles, always a smile for all of us at swim. The kids loved you. Always caring and encouraging. We will miss you.

- Angie Mullins/Blue Marlins Swim


Thinking of you all!!! Cindy an Hersh! My deepest condolences an prayers are with you all!

- Maria B Stidham


Dear Wolfe Family,
I just want you to know that I will be praying you find assurance in God's word, peace in the presence He gives, and comfort in His unwavering love. Sending my heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your precious Jody.

- Anne Cubine


Dear Wolfe Family,
I just want you to know that I will be pr

- Anne Cubine


I miss you baby brother!!

- Melanie


I miss you baby brother

- Melanie


We just found out tonight about Jody and it is with heavy hearts we wanted to extend our condolences. We loved him and we have missed him being in our life. You know how much Tim loved him. He was heartbroken when we got the call from Va to tell us of his passing. Our prayers are with you

Love,
Time and Deanie and Casey

- Tim & Deanie Laster


So sorry for your loss

- Wanda Caudill---Bank teller


may you be cover with peace and comfort as a warm and plush blanket.

- wanda caudill pvhs lunch room


Bill and family,
Thinking of you,sharing your sadness,and wishing you the healing that only time can bring. Pat will always hold a special place in my heart and I will forever treasure the memory of her beautiful smile.
My heart goes out to you in sympathy and friendship.
Love and prayers,
Dorinda

- Dorinda Taylor Bradshaw


Bill and family,
Thinking of you,sharing your sadness,and wishing you the healing that only time can bring. Pat will always hold a special place in my heart and I will forever treasure the memory of her beautiful smile.
My heart goes out to you in sympathy and friendship.
Love and prayers,
Dorinda

- Dorinda Taylor Bradshaw


I am sorry for your loss. Janice was my cousin (her mother & my mother, Hazel, were sisters). I have fond memories of us playing together and spending nights on occasion. May God be with you during this time of sorrow.

- Carolyn Sorah Neal


I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. Paul and I
were friends for many years with your Mom and Dad .
Sherry and Patti..were small children when we moved away.
You are in my Prayers.

- Shirley Tucker


Joe was a great guy and will be missed by all .
Sorry for your loss

- David Odum


RIP jojo Zoe Chancey and I will miss you dearly we love you. If there is anything we can do for Tori or the family please let us know. Many condolences.

- Chelsea Crawford


Jody was the youngest of my Uncle Joe and Aunt Terry Wolfe. My heart goes out to my cousins, his sisters, Patti, Sherry and Melanie. He's waiting on the other side for us, and we will all be together again someday, in a better world, free of pain and strife. See you soon, little cousin.

- Cynthia Smith Cloughly


My condolences go out to the Kress family. May God bless and comfort you all. I have many fond memories of Mr. Kress coaching us in little league baseball.

- Tim Smith


Prayers and thoughts go out to our cousins, the Wolfes. May God bring comfort and blessings during this time of sadness.

- Tim Smith


I worked with Mike for over ten years at Brock. So sad to hear of his passing at such a young age. I know he loved his children, and I'm sure they will miss him. Remember the resurrection hope and for comfort please read Revelation 21:4.

- Tammy Medina


we deeply regret the loss of this loved one he will sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.

- troy and maxine wells


Message for Alex from everyone at the Wise County Alternative Education Center:

We want you to know you are in our thoughts during this difficult time. We are praying for your entire family. We love you.

- Mrs. Underwood


Ruby, Greg, Tracy, & Connie,
I am so sorry about the loss of Bud. Although we know he has gone to be with God in Heaven it is still hard to let him go. I loved him and love each of you like you are part of my own family. Know that my love and prayers are with you and if there is anything that I can do for you please let me know. I apologize for not being able to attend the funeral. I have been out of town and just got back Sunday afternoon around 2:30. I pray that God gives you his peace and strength to get you thru the coming days, weeks, and months that I know will be so hard for all of you. Love Deborah Flanary

- Deborah Flanary


Greg & Tracy & Family Members:

So sorry for your loss. We're thinking of you in this difficult
time. May the love that blossomed around him bring comfort to all of you.

- Roy & Jewell Dockery


So sad for the loss of such a good man very dedicated and helped others serve through our town and to have left this world with such short time and having small children breaks my heart I pray for his wife his children and all of his friends and family you will be truly missed and remembered by many RIP Mike watch down on us.

- cesha Dotson


Dear Rubye, Connie, Gary and Family, We were so sorry and sad to hear of Bud's passing. All though we haven't known you very long we enjoyed getting know you all and wish that we could have had more time with Bud. We knew immediately that he was a special person and a wonderful man who loved life and loved his family very much. Saddness is overwhelming now but as time passes all the wonderful and special memories will help soothe the pain of such a great loss and the wonderful peace of our Holy Spirit will comfort you as nothing else can. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God's blessings for you and your entire family, always.
Love,
Alfred & Neva

- Alfred & Neva Garrett


Greg, So sorry to hear of the passing of your Father. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.

- Lana Steele Stanley


My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and each one who knew him. He was a great person and will be missed. R.I.P. Mike!!!

- Norita Williams


Mike was a good man that helped everyone you were not strangers for long. He will be greatly missed in the EMS field. We are sad today but Mike is sitting with God. Its never goodbye its until we meet again. God bless to his family and friends

- Ocie Mccarty


Our prayers are with you. May God give you strength during this time,

- Richard and Eula Tipton


My thoughts and prayers go out to Mikes children and his family he was a wonderful person and I know he will be missed....

- Janet Hylton


i am sorry to hear about your all's lost you are all in my thoughts and prayers

- ellisia


Ruby ,and Family ,our hearts and sympathy goes out to you and your family in the passing of Bud ,.although ,we had not seen you all in a while ,we never forgot you all ,from time we lived in Virginia,,but we would hear from you all ,from different people ,I think Ross grew up with Bud ,and spoke often of him ,.So ,sorry ,but we will meet him again someday in heaven ..our loss is heavens gain ,,,,take care, say hi to the kids and we send our sympathy ,
OUR LOVE AND PRAYERS ,ROSS AND OPAL CLARK ,

- Opal Clark


I was speaking with mother on phone and she told me the news. I am so sorry for your loss. I will be thinking of you in my prayers. Regina

- Regina Davis


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It was a pleasure to have gotten to know Mike and the Barnett family through Appalachia Rescue Squad. He was a very very.intelligent man who has done so much for his community. I am deeply grieved by his passing, but feel honored to have known this man.

- Chelsea Flint


RIP BROTHER!!

- Mike White


Mike,
You left far too soon and you made my life at the track a much more pleasant experience. You will be sorely missed but I'm sure you and Bill will be watching things and laughing at me as I try to herd cats.

Mike's family,
One of the measures of a man is how he is about his family when they aren't there. You all were loved greatly. Mike talked about you often and it was obvious how much he loved you all. He enjoyed his time after retirement being dad. He said it was the best job ever. I'm sure he misses being with you all physically but I'm sure he is still there and always will be.

- Emile Hamm


My heart is heavy as I write this. My cousin gone too soon. As you are in the arms of our Lord now you will no longer feel the pains of this life. I will meet you in Heaven someday until then I will say this is not goodbye. This is see you soon and.I love you.

- Melissa Davis John


Jackie, Chris, Karla, and Randy I am very sorry for your loss. Mike was a very great man and will be missed by the many lives he has touched. May god see you through this. If you need anything let me know. Love mark

- Mark Houston


Sorry about my second cousin passing I dont know ronnies kids but remember Ronnie well and Ronnies dad and mother. Just look to the lord for comfort in this time and make sure of your own salvation

- nellie Barnett Taylor


MR CRESS WAS A FINE MAN,HE WORKED WITH MY HUSBAND AT PINE BRANCH MINES,,MY CONDOLANCES TO THE FAMILY,MAY GOD GRANT YOU PEACE AND COMFORT,,

- FRANKIE PRICE


May God give you comfort and strength. Granny and Papaw BC thought the world of both of you.

- Tina Addair


I wanted to say how sorry I am for the families loss. Mike was a good guy who loved kids. He always had time to listen to my concerns, he will be missed. May God bless you all.....Lynn.

- Lynn Runyon


My deepest sympathy to the whole family! I'm sorry I cannot be there in person to express my love to you all!
Connie, I love you my dear friend and will be praying God's comfort for everyone! May God Bless!

- Debbi Seals Davidson


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- Tobias Silver


Love you daddy I miss you but your in a great place now you are in no pain but tell me signs your ok or you want me to be happy

- Haley Barnett


Karla, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. A beautiful tribute to your brother. I know he is so proud of you for doing what he wanted done. Remember the Lord is ALWAYS with you.Love you

- Irene Carroll


Mike you will be missed. I remember the first time i meet you. We meet at BMS and you gave me the nickname Carolina. You always called me that each and every year when i worked there. Gonna miss seeing you there and giving you a holla every now and again. God speed brother. God gain a great servant.

- jason mullins


I am very sorry for the loss of dear Michael. Our prayers are with the family. .

- Herman & Hester (Stidham ) Fox


Karla and family I am so sorry for your loss. May God wrap his arms around you and hold you through your grief.

- Donna Dyer


Praying for all the family.

- Danny Boggs


I am so sorry to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with your family in this difficult time.

- Noel Edwards Baker


AUNT RITA I LOVE AND MISS U WITH ALL OF MY HEART!! I KNOW AS A LIL CHILD WHEN U LIVED WITH US I WOULD SIT AT THE DOOR AND CRY, ALSO I REMEMBER WATCHING THE PLAN TAKE OFF FROM THE TRI CITIES WHEN U WHERE MOVING TO FLORIDA! NOW I MY TEARS ARE BECAUSE U HAVE LEFT US, BUT I KNOW I WILL C U ONE DAY IN HEAVEN JUST LIKE ALL THE ONES WHO HAVE LEFT US WAY TO EARLY IN LIFE!!!!!!!!!! BUT I LOVE U SO MUCH AND WILL DO ALL I CAN FOR UR SON HEATH FUNK, ALSO MY BROTHER FROM ANOTHER MOTHER! U WILL BE FOREVER MISSED, RIP, AND C U SOON IN HEAVEN! HEAVEN GAINED A BEAUTIFUL ANGEL ALTHOUGH HERE ON EARTH WE LOST ONE!
LOVE;
(LIL) TRAVIS

- TRAVIS HELBERT (NEPHEW)


My condolences to the family during this difficult time, I am truly sorry for your loss. Please find comfort and hope in God's promise found at Revelation 21:
3,4.

- r gray


Hi Marilyn,
I was in BSG, VA this week end....asked Carmen about you and your family. Her dad had just shared with her that Steve had died a few days ago.

I was so sorry to hear that. I live in Paintsville KY. So many times when visiting my two granddaughters (Wes's), I have thought about contacting you many times. I have many fond memories of our friendship when the kids were young.

I wish to extend my heartfelt condolences to you, Stephen & Nicole. Our family was always fond of Steve. Our prayers are with you in the coming days. I would love to see you.
My cell: 606-424-2829. If you would like, please call me sometime. Love you, Sharon

- Sharon (Hood) Craft


Four years today Heaven gained another Angel Love and miss you MAMAW

- Lori Rutherford


So sorry to hear about the passing of my friend Rita ! She always had that beautiful smile no matter where you seen her. May God give her family comfort during this difficult time.

- Rita Mullins


On behalf of the Benjamin and Ann Wade family please accept our condolences on such a wonderful, beautiful lady that we have known for so many years. We will always cherish her smile and laughter as well as always her readiness to lend a helping hand with a heart filled with love for someone in need. May God embrace all of you with his love. Delana's smile is making Heaven a bit brighter and her laughter is music among the angels singing. We love you, Delana, but our loss is Heaven's gain. Enjoy the memories of one so precious until we meet for a great reunion in Heaven. To all of the family many prayers for each of you

Benjamin and Ann Wade
Lois Wade Porter and husband, Brian
Mark Wade and daughter, Kari

- Lois Wade Porter


I am so sorry for your loss. May the Lord be with you through this difficult time.

- Sheila Stacy Sabo


she was a wonderful person, always said what was on her mind, we were friends for almost 15 yrs. we lived right next do to her in new tazewell tn. she was deeply loved and will be greatly missed.... my prayers are with the family at this time

- Jannace Baker


Heath, You are in my thoughts and prayers!

- Teresa Mason


Heath, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May God wrap his loving arms around you and give you strength to get through the days ahead.

- Carolyn and Larry Bales


My condolences to the family. May Steve RIP. He and I were best friends in Stonega from pre-school through 9th grade when I moved to Scott County and lost touch. I was a big "tomboy" so we snow sledded, roller skated, and rode bicycles together. God Bless!

- Ann Lambert-Lane


I was so very sorry to hear of Rita's passing. I will forever remember her as such a sweet n beautiful friend. God bless you all and may the lord be with you this day and in the days to come. May you find peace in knowing Rita is resting on the right arm of GOD. amen.

- Patricia Messer Smith


My condolences go to the family of Rita Gay Diets. Worked with Trina and they are a fine family. My God bless each of you.

- Georgann Wampler


I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are never alone. You can find much comfort in the Holy Scriptures which assures us at Psalms 34:18 that God is near to those broken at heart and crushed in spirit. Please accept my deepest sympathies.

- G.Ford


Prayers for your Family. Rest in Peace, Opie. You will be missed!

- Mary Jane Arwood Mitchell


I am so sorry for all of you who lost a beautiful woman,a mother, a sister and friends. Aunt Betty as I recall was so beautiful. I am sending all my warm love and want them to remember that there is the hope of the resurrection as spoken of in God's Word the Bible.

- Debby Grimes Overbey


KAYCE, SYDNEY AND FAMILY.....WE'RE SO SADDENED FOR YOU. YOU WILL ALL BE IN OUR PRAYERS. LOVE, VICKIE AND JOHN

- VICKIE AND JOHN LAWSON


Dianne, Mark and Family
Our sympathy and condolences for the loss of your Mother. We are praying for you.

- Maurice & Becky Vanhook


Diana, Michael and I are so sorry for the loss of your mother. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

- Teresa Masin


Betty, I just heard about Gilbert today. I am sorry for your loss. I have had many happy times with Gilbert.
If I can help you, please let me know.
Fred

- Fred Watkins


Jonnie and Terry, we are so sorry for your loss. We didn't find out about your mother until after the services, but you are in our thoughts and prayers. The loss of my mom a year ago makes me really aware of what a loss it is.

- Dave and Sue Bentley


John and family, Our prayers are with you. Joann was a wonderful, special person and I know how much she will be missed. She was a "big sister" to me as I was growing up, and had much good influence on my life. Our love to all of you. I wish Paul & I could have been with you during this time.

- Nancy C. Young


Thinking of you all during this time of sorrow. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

- Mike & Althea Gaddis


Betty and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
May God Bless and sustain you during this time.
We love you.

Bill and Barbara Lane

- Bill & Barbara Lane


I am so sorry to hear of Gilberts passing, I hadn't seen him in quite a few years, I would have come to the services, but the way I work. it's hard for me to get back to Kingsport in time to do much or go anywhere. Just know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers.

- David Fisher


Our hearts are heavy with the loss of Gilbert...One thing I'm sure of he isn't Lost...He is basking in the sun light of Jesus Christ...He just beat us home but it won't be long until we all gather to me our Savior...Betty we are asking God to wrap you in his arms and love you....Now what can I say about Derek..??It's been many year's since we have seen you ...Sorry about your Dad...Stay close to God and help your Mother....I'm totally disabled since 2002...Go on my timeline and see my family...Not able to travel I suffer so much that I would rather stay at home....Derek James still goes to all the football games...He pulls the chains at all home games With my health going bad I no longer get to go....Would love to see you both....God bless you...
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- James and Ruth Hurd


We attened East Stone Gap High School together. He was a gentle giant, well respected and always ahd a smile. We exchanged base ball caps 6 or 8 years back when he was still trucking. We were working on I-26 near Johnson City, TN., traffic was moving slow and I hollered at Gilbert. He stopped his rig and we visited for a minute or so and I gave him one of our company hats. He was all smiles. I stopped to see him later in East Stone Gap at his truck and he was laughing big time. Have a safe trip through the Valley my friend.

- Harold R Hall


We are so sorry for your loss. But as you, we wouldn't want him back to suffer anymore. He was a good friend and brother-in-the- Lord. We love you Betty.

- Danny and Debbie Crawford


Will be miss my all

- Patricia pennington


So sorry for your loss. Joann was always so nice to me. Will never forget her smile.

- Bennett and Sally (Dutton) Cantrell


Betty,Duane,Dwight &Derrick,just want to let you all know how sorry I am to hear about the Loss of a great man,every time is aw Gilbert he was always smiling and had kind words to say,to Betty I don't know how your heart feels but honey please rely on those boys and God because that us my prayer that he will give you strength everyday.I am sorry I could not be there but wanted you all to know I am praying for you all.My Love and Prayers to you all.

- Teresa (Rhoten) Coffman


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May the memories that you have kept in your heart wrap you in comfort and bring you to a special peace.
The funeral was so nice and celebration of her life so meaningful! Weren't all of you proud!
You know you will see her again one day. That's our solase in this life.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
God Bless and love all of you-

In loving memory of my Amazing Grace Angel and Cousin!!
I'll miss her too but will see her again one day

- Pamela Henry


Sorry to hear the loss. She will be sadly missed. We will always love you JoAnn.

- Kimberly Harvey


Jo Ann Gibsons famiily: I didn't know your mom very well but I did meat her a couple of times with her sister Leisa Johnson,my best friend. I know her sister had to be a wonderful person because Liesa is the best person on earth any one could have for a friend.I know all of the family is the same because l have meet most of them. The family knows Jo Ann is with God now and they will be no more pain and suffering for her.God Loves everyone and knows what is best for his Loved Ones.Everyone needs to be like this family and keep their Love For God with them all the time.God will helpthis family remember their Loved One Forever.God Bless you all.

- Becky Ford


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She sought no recognition or fame
In this world for the deeds which
she had done, but diligently worked
upon this earth to obtain a home in
that celestial city above.
She is there with loved ones.
Her daddy & her mama & has the
Guardian angels encamped about
Those she loved & left behind.
She fought the final battle & kept
Faith in God, & is now rejoicing
With the heavenly angels for race on
Earth is won.
Her beautiful smile still lingers to show
Us all the, because when she
Smiles it was from the heart,
To loved ones & friends all dear.
Love u always

- Leisa johnson


My prayer is with you Betty and family as you all go through this time time. May God lead guide and direct you.

- Wilma Clark


Duane, Sorry to hear about your Dad. You are in our prayer.

- Cory Rhoton


I am so sad Gilbert has left us. He was the best neighbor anyone could ever ask for. I will miss him. My heart goes out to his family. I hope you take comfort in knowing he is with our Father.

- Karen Ferguson


Gilbert was a very special man. He was a kind and loving person with a heart of gold.Our family called him big man because as pearl said The Lord had to increase his size and stature to hold all the kindness that was in him.His faith in The Lord was unwavering. A dad to my husband (porky) and his best friend. I know porky was awaiting to greet him in Gods kingdom with open arms. Oh the stories they are sharing and dancing around the throne and their hearts filled with unspeakable Joy! He will be missed and never forgotten.

- Debbie Mullins


Your mother is very special to me. She is a beautiful lady and I always loved her pasta salad. I am very sorry for your loss. I know she is rejoicing in Heaven with her beautiful smile. I pray that God gives you peace and comfort at this time. I have been blessed with being a part of your family at one time. Much love, hugs and prayers to each of you.
Shelley Seymour Martin

- Shelley Seymour Martin


Dear Johnny and family,

Bill and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We pray that God will comfort your broken hearts.

Rue and Bill Gembach

- Rue Lambert Gembach


I was so sorry to hear of Opie's passing. I've know him over 30 years and he was a good friend to Billy and me. We went through a lot together over the years in Louisiana and Virginia. He could make us laugh even when times were hard. He will be missed but he will not be forgotten. My deepest sympathies to his family.

- Yvonne Arwood


I was so sorry to hear of your passing.I found out at a later date and do want to send my condolences,prayers for you and your loved ones.You will be missed.Always

- Brenda Artrip Hale


Dear Steve, you didn't know me very well, but I was one of your best friends mom. Many a time you and my son, Troy Adam Boring would ride around together, drink, do all kinds of crazy things, and kept me praying a lot. I don't know what you were trying to accomplish by doing yourself in early, but I hope to meet you again in Heaven. My heart goes out to all your family, friends, and loved ones. I know my son will certainly miss you a bunch. You are in the hands of a just God.
Sincerely,
Ava (Avennell Head)

- Avennell Bledsoe Head


Dewey was a very special person to me. He will be truly missed!

- friend


Steve you will be sorely missed.I miss your father as well.Heaven has gained a couple of wonderfull souls.Even though we were cousins I always thought of you as a very close brother.I love you and will always cherish all the great times we had together.Rest in peace and oneday I'll see you in the great beyond!!! I hope you can forgive me for not hanging out with you more.I just lost contact with you.I'll always remember you as my favorite cousin[bro] and miss you.May God bless you & keep you safe.God bless each and every member of your family and give them peace in this time of sorrow.you will never be out of my thoughts and prayers. I LOVE YOU MY BROTHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

- Troy Boring


Could someone please tell me what happened to my brother's messages on here and why it says arraignments have not been made yet? He passed in 2012.


Gary, my dear brother, I miss you everyday of my life and it has not gotten easier...only harder.

- Danielle Maness


I really hated to hear of his passing and will be in prayer for his family!

- Danielle Maness


I can't believe your gone. It's been a long time since I've seen you but you were always a good friend. I'll miss you Red and I hope you're happy and I want you to know you'll be missed and forever loved by family and friends. I'm sorry I couldn't be there for your services. But I am there in heart my forever friend. Never say Goodbye

- Carolyn Stapleton


A friend who I'll never forget.

- James Christian


So,so sorry missy was a great little girl, then good teenager,the she completed role of wife and mom ,every body will miss her even tho you don't see each other in time, knowing that she was there and a loved niece.her uncle Bob loved her much. Bye miss you are a beautiful angel love ya aunt Jo.

- Jo Ann Gibson


Sorry to hear about her passing. She will be greatly missed. Paying for the family. I am Alma hill's daughter.

- deana wiley


My heart goes out to the family and friends of this young lady. Prayers sent and memory's not forgotten.

- James Christian


I remember spending the nights with missy when we were in school as she had sleepovers at my house as well . She was a kind, loving person. May God touch the family and comfort then during this hard time.

- Debbie Holcomb Thompson


Missy was my best friend in this life. She brought joy to my life with her friendship. I found out to late that she had passed to make it to her service but never the less she is missed by me. I look forward to seeing Missy in heaven where I know she is. My heart goes out to her loving family along with my prayers.
John 11:35 says it all right now "Jesus wept" He knows our pain for He has felt it.

- Nancy Hall Christian


Burchell family we are sorry for your loss

- callie dean's daughters darlene and thelma




We all need to call
On God's holy power
When we're in our deepest need
And in our saddest hour
God is never distant
He sheds a tear with you,
He knows the pain your feeling
And what you're going through
When you place your hope
In His undying love,
You will know His peace
Like a mighty rushing flood.

- Lori Petrick (Moore)


She was a great teacher. Will miss

- Josh Ball


My deepest sympathy to all the family my daughter's jenna and chelsea Buckley had her as a teacher and loved her very much

- penny Stidham


Hi from Tennessee. My dad was Bud Watts. We were so sorry to hear of Aunt Bess' passing. Unfortunately, our mothers health ( Ruby Pearl ) won't allow her to attend. She can barely walk now and a long car trip is out of the question for her. We would like to send flowers to honor your mother. I will call the funeral home to see who I need to order from. Thank you for letting us know about her passing. Mother has called a lot to check on Aunt Bess but we figured she was in Louisiana. Again, so sorry to hear of her passing. She always made us feel welcome in her home when we would visit.

Mary Broyles
(Daughter of Cecil Ray "Bud" and Ruby Pearl Watts)

- Mary Broyles


So Sorry Praying For Peace and Comfort For The Family...From Marie Lawson Wagner's Family.. Stout's and Lawson's

- Hope Stout


She was a great teacher. I'm so sorry this had to happen, she will be missed. The family will be in my prayers.

- Ryan


Les, I am so sorry. Know that God gained an angel in Misty. I thought the world of her and you. I will be praying for peace, strength, and God to wrap each of you in journey as you say goodbye to a wonderful person.

- Myrlte Lambert


I send my condolences to her friends and family. Missy was the nicest most caring person I have ever met. I'm beyond blessed to have met her. Prayers going up for her friends and loving family. Missy may be gone but not forgotten, she will live on through memories and the legacy she left.

- Loving caring student of hers!


WE ARE SO SORRY ABOUT YOUR LOSS. IF WE CAN HELP IN ANYWAY PLEASE LET US KNOW. WE WILL KEEP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN OUR PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS. WE LOVE YOU ALL

- PATSY FLEMING & PAULA BARNES


My thoughts and prayers are with the family.God will give you strength and comfort and remember all things are possible through him. He has just gained an angel.

- Christy Rose & family


I will miss seeing Melissa at NEMS. She was devoted to her students, "kids", and she made a huge positive impact in their lives. Her accomplishments will live on in the difference she made in so many lives.

- Bobbie Hoyt


God has given the family a beautiful woman inside and out and she in return has shared 3 wonderful children with us. My love, thoughts, and prayers
are with you all.

- Georgann Wampler


I know we didn't keep up with each other after we moved on in our lives but you were always one of my favorite cousins. You will be greatly missed. Love you.

- Tracey & Marla Mullins


So very sorry for the family's loss and for the loss of a wonderful teacher. Prayers are with the family during this difficult time. May God Bless each of you in the coming days.

- Kimberly Marshall


Sorry for loss, May the Lord put his arms around you all and comfort you during this time.

- Linda Winebarger


My thoughts are with you all. I know this is the hardest thing that can happen to a family, just know she is with you in spirit,love to all of you , stand strong ,you will se her again

- JoAnn Gibson


Will be miss

- Patricia Pennington


My heart cries for your family. I never knew your daughter, sister, wife, Momma, but I do know she touched so very many lives and her memory will transcend generations! May you know comfort, peace, and love in those who embrace and cry with you now and in all the days to come.

- Judy Hall


To the Wagner Family, I am so sorry for your loss. She was a great person only wished I had gotten to know her better. But one thing I did know was that she did love her family and the children she taught. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

- Kimberly Harvey


So sorry to hear about Lacy's passing. I always enjoyed it when he would come by. He would always brighten my day. I will keep you all in my prayers.

- Myra Legg Puleo


Lacy tell mom I said hello and I miss her...give her my love...my prays goes out to kids, he suffers no more...

- Betty Jean


you will be missed by all, wished i had got to see you again
Love you

- Shirley Mickles Berg


I love and miss you very much praying for the family

- angela baldwin fisher


I am so sorry for your loss. I found out too late to come, but I will keep your family in my prayers. My dad was H.C. in case you don't recognize my name.

- Kim Quillin Fansler


this is my best friend I will miss him very much

- jack caudle


It is always hard to loose a close family member or a lifelong friend as your mother has been to me and my brothers.
Sunday afternoon during our visit with her she longed for the reunion she was about to have with her loved ones on the other side.
We talked about some of the times we camped on Cherokee Lake, our family's many picnics, vacations, oh just so many good memories.
Millie talked with her about the stories from the time John and her dad were together in the C.C. camp.
It was a great visit that we will always remember and cherish.

- Don & Millie Clark


Ann, we are so sorry for your loss. We didn't know about the arrangements until it was too late or we would have been there. Love, Charles and Kay Williams

- Kay Williams


So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. I will keep the family in my prayers. Sincerely, Mary Lou

- Mary Lou Qualls Stanley


I was terribly sorry to hear of Mac's passing. Mac was one of my dearest friends for many years, and I miss the many talks we had over the years. He will be missed. I will try to notify the many clients that I have that knew over the years.

- Lee Edmondson


Psalm 23 always comes to my mind when a loved one is no longer with us. I pray that God gives you peace and comfort during the next few days and months to come. Love you all !

- Paige Blevins


Darrel and family,I am so sorry for the loss of your son Scott.I knew Scott as a young boy.As you remember I lost a son also.
Life takes us places we would never want to find ourselves in and this is one of them.Please accept this as my sincere hurt and love for you



and yours.We must lean on the Lord for his understanding not ours.Prayers for each one of you.May God bless and comfort you.

- Sandy Lawson


- sandra lawson


Our prayers are with you, Darrell and Brandon. May you find strength in the Lord to help you get through this trying time. We can not even imagine what you are going through, but the Lord does and He will see you through. We love you and will be praying for you.

- carl and sherry seymour


Scott is in the arms of our Lord,he is at peace,I became very close to Scott and will miss seeing his beautiful smile and hug I always got.
I know he is suffering no more,we will miss him but God has his arms around him now, He was so special to me,Love and prayers to each of you.

- Brenda Kelly


I WANT SAY TO SCOTT CHANDLER FAMILY THAT MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THEM ALWAYS AND I LOVE THEM ALL AND I WANT TO ASK OUR FATHER IN HEAVEN IF IT IS HIS WILL MAY HE WELCOME SCOTT INTO HEAVEN WITH OPEN ARMS TO BE WITH HIS MOTHER AND GRANDFATHER AND FATHER I WANT YOU TO KNOW YOU HAVE CALLED HOME A DEAR AND BEST FRIEND OF MINE WHOM I LOVED LIKE A BROTHER SCOTT WAS ALWAYS EAGER TO HELP ANYONE IN NEED AND HE LOVED LIVING HIS LIFE FOR THOSE AROUND HIM AND HIS FAMILY MOSTLY HIS CHILDREN MARIE AND TYLER AND HIS BROTHER BRANDON AND DAD DARRELL THERE WASNT ANYTHING HE WOULDNT HAVE DONE FOR ANY OF THEM MY HEART IS BROKEN FOR EACH OF THEM AND MYSELF FOR WE HAVE LOST A DEAR FRIEND DAD AND SON AND BROTHER IN SCOTT AND I WANT THEM TO KNOW I AM ALWAYS HERE FOR THEM AND I KNOW WE WILL SEE SCOTT AGAIN WHEN OUR FATHER IN HEAVEN CALLS EACH OF US HOME ON OUR DUE TIME AND FATHER I ASK YOU FOR PEACE AND COMFORT FOR THIS FAMILY IN JESUS CHRIST NAME AMEN. R.I.P MY DEAR FRIEND SCOTT CHANDLER I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU MY BROTHER

- KENNY DURHAM


Such a great loss for his children, his family, and everyone else who loved him. Scott was a good man. My prayer is that he has found peace.

- Sam Wells


Darrell and family:

I send each of you a heartfelt sense of loss. Scottie had such a soft heart and I remember our days with our boys at football and baseball. I hope that God lays a special blessing on you all during this most difficult time.

- John R. Hagan


Marie and Tyler, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. You are in my prayers.

- Teresa Mason


- Teresa Mason


Brenda I am so sorry. Mac was a good man. I know I'm not in the family anymore but you all are still considered my family. I'm not able to attend the services but if there's anything I can do let me know. Love you all

- Alecia


Brenda and Family,
We share your grief over the loss of Mac. He was a kind and gentle man, worthy of trust, and a masterful storyteller! We appreciate all he did for us in our earlier years in Virginia.

During this hard time of grieving, we offer you these words of encouragement: Though Mac is lost to us right now, he is not lost to eternity. We will see him again. And this is something to look forward to.

May God calm your heart with His loving and comforting touch. Know that you have family and dear friends to lean on give you strength in this time of need.
We love you,

- JOHN & ELIZABETH FAULK


So to hear of your loss. You all are in my thoughts and prayers

- Kimberly Harvey


Mr. Willis was my 9th grade science teacher. I graduated from high school 18 years ago and he still knew me whenever I saw him around town. He always stopped to talk and ask how I was doing. He was always nothing but kind to me. He will be missed but never ever forgotten! Rest in peace Mr. Willis.

- Jennifer Fig


Dad,
I have the honor of being your son. You are the finest man I have ever known. I will remember, love and cherish you in my heart and soul forever.

God bless you,
Chris

- Chris Willis


Marty and Family,
We are very sorry to hear of your Father's passing. Please know that each of you are in our prayers. May God's comfort be with all of you. His grace will get you through this difficult time. Look unto Him and He will give you the strength you need. God bless you.

Rod and Bridget Spears

- Rod Spears



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Ray,
You will be sadly missed. Although we lost touch for the last few years, the memories I have of you are very special to me. You brought joy to my life and I will never forget you.
Love,
Toni

- Toni C. Herron


Michelle, Kevin, and Family,

My thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family with the loss of Ray. I fondly remember all the energy he had as a kid growing up and what a nice man he turned out to be.

- Quinton Fisher


I am so sorry for your loss . My prayers and thoughts are with you .

- Fay Elliott


Our deepest sympathy. He will be greatly missed. He was a good friend to all of us!

- The Daugherty Family


We loved Olin, he was so kind and one of the most intelligent men I have ever had the privilege to talk to....he will be so deeply missed by us and by his friends that were in his class. My prayers are for his family and his grand children that he loved so very much and spoke of on every visit. If we can do anything please call.

- Marcy Tate


We want to express our deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. Olin was a mighty good friend. We will keep you all in our prayers.

- Eric & Jo-Ann Capps


It is with a heavy heart and so saddened to lose such a precious uncle. I love him so much and have many wonderful memories.

One story that is special to me is when he had Ashley trying to shoot a skunk in the dark...she was so funny and excited...and her excitement just made his and Steve's night!! She ask them if she got it and of coarse she did!! He talked about it for days and she was so proud!!

Uncle Bink, you were so kind, and loving and we are all going to miss you dearly. Rest in peace in heaven with all of our family and tell everyone I said hello and I miss them.

Love you,
Rita

- Rita and Dan Delity


We met Charlie when visiting my family in Va. He was a good friend to Lester and Debbie Mullins. He was very friendly , I'm sure he will be missed by many in his neighborhood. Our condolences to his family.

- Mr. & Mrs. Alan Back


Uncle Bink was so special and loved by so many. He will always be in my heart forever. I will always cherish the many happy memories I have of him. My prayers are with you and if you need anything please do not hesitate to contact me.

- Melissa Coeburn


Sorry to hear this,great man, praying for you, may gad rest you in peace.

- ray Russell


I am sadden with the passing of a very dear friend. There will never be a another like Charlie . He was a good father and friend. Charlie was old as dirt, I used to tell him that all the time. He shared many laughs with me and my family. If I ever needed anything Charlie would always come to help. He will be missed so much.

- Shirley


Charlie was a wonderful man and great neighbor. I will miss his laugh,his wise cracks, his sweet personality, and his great smile. He was more like family than a neighbor to me and porky. I can only imagine the tales he is telling now! To his family I want you to know anytime day or night you can call me. Remember the good times you have shared with Charlie they will help you more than you know.

- Debbie Mullins


I am so sorry for the loss of papaw parsons. He was always good to me and treated me like I was a daughter. I look forward to being with him again someday in Heaven. I am praying for the whole family that God will comfort you with His love and Holy Spirit as only He can do. Mamaw Parsons know that you are never alone that God will always be with you and that he loves you so much that when you feel you are not able to go on any more that he will carry you. I love you and know if you need anything at all please give me a call.

- deborah flanary


i had the pleasure of knowing Rosa the last 4 years thru Church and being in ladies circle with her. She was always a very postive person and her faith in God amazed me daily. Even when she got sick she said held her faith strong. I was heart broken to hear she had passed and I am so sorry for your loss but I know she is with her maker now and is whole once again. I love you Rosa!
Heather
Norfolk, Va

- Heather Ornt


This Earth will be a lesser place without this great lady. The wonderful smile and caring ways of Rosa I will always remember, especially the cards for every occasion. Debbie and I will miss you dearly.

- Chuck Hazelwood



Very sorry to hear about Fay's passing. Our deepest sympathy.

Jim and Lynn Klepper

- Jim Klepper


God's blessings on Rosa and her family. She was very well liked by all who knew her as she was known by the travelers of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge/Tunnel Gift Shop.

- Chuck & Maggie Connelley


Hey guys just wanted you to know that I saw this in the paper. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Faye was a big part of our young lives and we sure loved her and your family. LOVE AND PRAYER!!!!!!
DONNA
RALPH
MACK

- Donna Roller Herron


Dear Sherrie and Carly,
May peace find a place in your hearts during this difficult time.
Love and prayers, Carol and Jack

- Carol and Jack Paler


So sorry to hear about Faye's passing..they're so many great memories of her thru the years..god bless the family..

Sincerely,

Helen,Rita,Martin,Jim and lynn Klepper

- The Klepper Family


So sorry for you loss. Didn't know her but her stories about her and knew her brother Larry. My prayers are with the family.

- Kimberly Harvey


My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Ruth Parsons. She was a wonderful, sweet and loving woman. She will truly be missed by many people.

Carolyn Miller

- Carolyn (Parsons) Miller


Truly an incredible man. Always a smile, always kind. Memories I will carry for a lifetime. I'm so glad that day I was home in Florida from Connecticut and had driven by and seen he was outside sitting on the porch. I got to say hello in person after all these years! RIP Mr.Greene, I will never forget you!

- Debbie Jett-Harris


He will be truly missed by all! I always enjoyed being around him. He would always have a kind word to say, encouraging others to be there best. I will miss his smile.

- Carol Berry


Sherrie and Carly,
We are all so very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers.
Love,
Heather and Family

- Heather McIngvale


Rest in Peace Aunt Ruth

- Lisa Carter


My Mamaw was such a strong willed, amazing, loving woman who will always be in my heart and I will miss dearly. Go rest in Heaven now, Mamaw, and be with man you lost years ago. I know you are so happy now and I know you are no longer suffering. I love you Mamaw!! To the rest of my family, I want to say I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all!!

- Amber Parsons


I am so sorry for your loss. I can still remember Donna and Denise and all your guys moving up from Florida... What fun we had as teens and how all our lives have changed. So many things we would have changed if we could and so many things we would have done over and over again...It's like the smoking area, we may not have needed to go out and smoke, but it sure was fun, and to have a place to do that is unheard of now...
Sorry, lost in moments of happy times...
My heart breaks for you all, keeping you in my prayers..

- Sharon Kindle


Words cannot describe what a wonderful woman, wife, mother, grandmother, sister and great grandmother my Mamaw was in her time on this Earth!! I know I speak for many, many people when I say she will be dearly missed and always loved by so many!! God knows this poor woman has been sick and has suffered through her sickness for long enough and has finally put an end to her pain and suffering.

- Amber Parsons


Please accept my condolences on behalf of the Benjamin Wade family. I pray the Lord gives you strength and the Holy Spirit provides you comfort. May God Bless you, Jerry, Kayla, Cody and all of your family.

- Lois Wade Porter


Gaines will be greatly missed .....

- chestnut grove


My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family at this difficult time.

- Carol Williams


You are now seeing God's glory with your new eyes and walking on the streets of gold. May you rest in peace. Tell Mom and Dad I will be along and to watch for me.

Love from your brother. I will miss you greatly.

- Grady Woods


My Prayers and Condolence to the entire family, may she R.I.P.

- Robert Pihokken


My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

- Martha Ruble


- Donna (Collins) Boyd


So sorry to the family. Jewel was a good friend in school. I had not seen her in several years but will always remember her sense of humor. Again, so, so sorry!

- Heidi J.Wagner


Frog and the rest, so sorry about Kathy's passing. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

- Heidi J.Wagner


Thanks for been a good friend u will be missed

- opal collins


We work at the Appalachia high school together.

- Ruble Thompson Taylor


You have always been like a mother to me and I will miss you. You were one of my best friends. You will be sadly missed. Love you with all my heart.

- Kimberly Harvey


So sorry for your lost.
RLTW

- Roland & Peggy Clark


Shelia ..my Loving ..Caring..and Wonderful sister! You were not only my sister but my friend as well! We were very close and especially the last couple months before you went to your Heavenly Home! I spoke with you the night God sent His Son and Angels to come after you! I only wish I'd known you were leaving us that night! You complained of your stomach hurting so bad that night! You said you were going to lay on the couch and cover up to see if it would ease off! I thought when the police came to Wise to tell me you were gone that you must have had an anusizium but the more I think about it ..I believe it was your appendicitis! You complain long time. Out your stomach hurting and I mentioned appendicitis and you said what side re they on ..I said right and that was were you were hurting!! Anyway I just wish you had called 911 in one way and in another way ..I'm glad you're Home with Dad ..Mom and Candy!! I MISS and LOVE you so very much!!

- Darlene Owsley


RIP, You will never be forgotten..

- Gil Berg


Sorry IM late there my friend. We did good together and no complaints. If asked to we would have done it again.

- Irvin Mariano


Many prayers and condolences to her children and grandchildren and family. Aunt Kathy will always be remembered for her humor, laugh and her heart.

- Tammy Hulsey


Lora- I am so sorry to hear of Howard's passing, you two were always some of my favorite customers...I just can't imagine you being separated....my prayers are with you and your family.

- Jo Wikle


Dad your in my heart always. Your blood runs thru these veins. You were and are still my hero.. I have the best in my heart always Dad and I miss you dearly.. I swear this "not a day will go by that your not on my mind". I know in life we didn't have much time together But hay I am so thankful for the time we had my loving Father and I had no doubt you love not just me but Chris and Katie with all your being Dad as we all did you even if we weren't in contact with you we all knew we had the best Dad we might have gotten angry at each other at time but when all was Done the love stayed and even on the Phone Dad I know I Myself could feel your love.. You were A great men Dad and i am Blessed to be your son i can only hope i stand up to your legacy.. You Da Man Dad.
Well Dad imma go for now, But not forever.

Your Loving Son,
Jeffrey D Burns

- Jeffrey Daniel Burns


I miss you everyday Howard. and thank you to Gilliam funeral home for have the utmost respect for my husaband and myself at this sorrowful time

- lora burns


I served with Shakey with K/75 Rangers 1969-1970. He was my friend and I trusted him with my life. My condolences to the Burns Family for your loss!

- Bob White


rip brother ranger

- kevin obrien


Condolences from Shakeys Brothers of K-Co/75th Inf. Rangers. My first mission in K-Co was with Shakey. He will be missed.
Roger Crunk
Unit Director/K-Co
The 75th Ranger Regiment Assoc.

- Roger Crunk


So sorry for your loss. PJ will not suffer in his earthly body anymore. He is at peace now. Much love to you all.

- Rebecca W. Dracup


I don't think I've ever met a man quite like Bro. Rhoten. I shall always remember him fondly. My deepest condolences to his family.

- Tracy Turner


My prayers are with you ,Sue was a good person,she will be missed



- carrie steele


Reguards family, I am not aquanted with you except Judy & Doug Stapleton. My fellings for your lose is exception in your sorrow. Time will make things easier to withstand but, that void can never be filled. If you lean on Jesus it is much easier and only he can give you comfort. God Bless and with the love of the Father my heart fells for you each. Judy if anything I could do jest let me know.

- Joe Herron


My deepest sympathy to your family. May the Lord's peace and comfort be with you.

- Rachael May


Rest in peace Sue.

- Linda F. Dalton


- travis helbert


A major source of anger and frustration to insurance Quotes Chimp is the seeming unfairness with which companies choose to raise rates or cancel policies if a policyholder makes a claim. You know the scenario: Someone has been with a company for 10 years without a claim and then, bang, they are in an accident. The company pays the benefits and then, pow, it cuts the policyholder loose as a poor risk.

- gaWWOhu0gO9


So sad that Emanuel is gone.He is with the Lord and that is something to be happy about. I am sorry that I could not be at the services but my thoughts and prayers were with the family.

- Sharon Hartsock


What a wonderful gentleman Emanuel was! In addition to the ways he served his country and community, he mentored countless numbers of brothers in his Masonic lodge. He had a great ability to teach, and a great empathy for his brothers. He was a positive example to so many.

- Mark and Ida Holyfield


Scotty and family, we are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless you.

- Shane & Christy Rutherford


Hey guys, I am so sorry for your loss. God bless you . I have so many memories of all of us growing up . I Sorry I can't be there
Love you ronnie

- Ronnie Caudill


So sorry for your loss. Elaine is a truly a great lady.

- Jim-n-Wanda Caudill


I am so sorry for your loss.............You all are in my thoughts,,, kathy

- kathy honeycutt


Trina, Logan, and Nick...So sorry to hear about your mother and grandmother. Thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family as well.

- Sandra Martin


Joe, I am so sorry. If there is anything just let me know.
God be with you all.

- Joe Herron


Joe, Suzanne, Nora
Words can't describe the sorrow Mitsy and I feel over the loss of Glenda. I think GOD loves having good souls with him so he ends their suffering on earth. Even though we grieve their loss we have to take comfort in they have gone to their eternal home, and we will see them again someday. We also know the joy she is experiencing now is something we can never imagine until we meet in Heaven .
Love and Prayers, Max and Mitsy

- Max and Mitsy


James worked at Foote Mineral with her Father. We have many fond memories and used to visit each other many years ago. We are sorry for your loss. May God grant you peace in your time of loss.

- James and Betty Hensley


Dear Joe,

God gained an angel when Glenda spread her wings and flew to her heavenly home. The class of 1963 joins with you in mourning the loss of Glenda. Her smile, laugh, and sense of humor will always be remembered by me. We used to have some great times when we were in school! I was so happy that she was able to attend our reunion last summer. We were so blessed to have her as a friend and classmate.

I am sending you my love and prayers for peace and comfort.

Love,
Sandy Redwine Nelson

- Sandy Nelson



I want to express my heartfelt condolences to all of Glenda's family, and especially you, Joe. She was a class lady in every respect. She loved people, and people in turn loved her. She was always the same delightful person who graced our community in so many ways. Again, my deepest sympathy to all of you in this time of deepest sorrow. I only wish I could be present to offer my support at this most difficult time.

Bruce Robinette
Bristol, Va

- Bruce Robinette


Joe and family,

So sorry for your lose. Glenda was such a wonderful person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Donald Purdie & Sue Kennedy

- Donald Purdie


Our prayers are that God grant the family the strength to go through this loss. May God bless you and fill the empty spot this loss has left. Lean on him.

- Richard & Eula Tipton


Joe so sorry for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sorrow God Bless Paul Mullins

- Paul mullins


We were so sorry to hear of Glenda's passing. All of the family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

- Stanley and Laura Martin


She sought no recognition or fame in this world for the deeds which she had done. But diligently worked upon this earth to o tai. A home in that celestial ity above.
She fought the final battle & kept the faith in god. & is now rejoicing with the heavenly angels for her race on earth is won
Her beautiful smile still lingers to show us all the way because when she smiles it was from the heart to loved o Ed & friends all dear.

- Lisa Johnson


Glenda always had a smile on her face. My heart is with the family in this time of sorrow.

- Rhonda Turner Jessee


Our thoughts are with you Joe - if we can help in any way please know you can call. Prayers to the family - and God Bless You All. We share your grief.

- Jerry & Wanda Robbins


So sorry to hear about Joe's wife Glenda they are all such wonderful neighbor's and friends. Our thought's and prayers to this wonderful family Leroy&Sharon .

- caudill family


May God give you Peace as he has Glenda. She was a fine woman and so good to my parents, Fudge and Lorraine Wampler.

- Georgann Wampler


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Moses October 31, 2012 - 2:53 pm My father was hoelitapizsd last year in a government hospital at the lowest class, for diabetic wound to his foot. The stay in the hospital (a Malaysian public hospital) may not be a five star treatment like those of premier private hospital but it was ok. The staffs did what they had do and was polite to the best of their ability.While there, and being a teaching hospital as I believe most public hospital are, there were endless number of students in both medicine as well as those from the nursing classes to practice what they had learned in class and try to understand more about human health and their causes and effects. I have no problem with that since they need to what they had to do. Nevertheless, sometimes it does get on my nerve in observing, how the persistence questioning about the medical history of the patient is paramount and once it is accomplished, just an about turn and towards the next patient in the ward than how the person is.Nevertheless, each person irregardless of their chosen field, medical doctor, dentist, or what you prestigious field of work, will have to find it themselves to connect with people and how to transform their profession into something noble as much as it is with prestige.This come to mind the story of Ayrton Senna and how his own professional field of work has been change upon his death with thoughts on driver safety for example rather outright needs for speeds and thrill.For whatever reason, Richard Teo has been put into our path to be a sign that there is something more profound than what we think ourselves are.Rest in peace, Richard.

- AZDO0VDC5


He will be miss my more peoples always remember him

- PatandGary Pennington


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- TlhteIBb


I just learned of Mr Chandlers Passing, If there is anything I can do to help Please call and let me Know.
He will be Missed.
Chris Alexander 423-288-8599

- Chris Alexander /Alexander Prosthetics


BILL YOU WILL BE MISS YOU WAS ALWAYS GOOD TO JOE AND I WILL REMEMBER THAT ALWAYS I LOVE YOU MAN

- PATPENNINGTON


May God bless and hold all the family in the palm of his hand and help you thru this sad time.

- Georgann Wampler


May you rest in peace and watch over your family youre truly loved&missed
Have fun dancing with the angels&your grandbaby:)

- samantha


I just read in the newspaper of Mike's passing. He is one of my former students and a good friend. I have many fond memories of Mike. One of my favorites is Mike walking through my classroom door singing George Jones songs. He was such a big fan and did a great imitation of his favorite country singer. Mike would volunteer to help do anything that needed to be done around PVHS. He would run errands, sweep you room, set up the auditorium for an assemble program...actually about anything that needed to be done. Mike did so much for teachers, coaches, and administration that I sometimes forgot he was a student and thought he worked at PVHS - ha! I know Mike liked getting out of class but I truly feel he got a great deal of pleasure in helping others and loved PVHS. Over the years I have run into Mike many times and he was always so happy to see me. He would ask about his former teachers and remenis about "old" times at PVHS. I'm not sure any student I've ever taught has missed high school as much as Mike. And whenever we parted, his last words were " I love you Coach."
Mike, I love you too...

- Preston Potter



I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. You are all in my prayers. Let me know if I can help in any way.

I shall remember Michael as he was at Powell Valley H.S. He was always cheerful and had a wonderful smile. His "good ole country boy" attitude was refreshing to me. He would always volunteer to help us all in any way he could. He loved his family dearly and the last time I spoke with him on the phone, he was kind and cheerful despite his illness. The children were his life and he was always concerned with their school. He loved Powell Valley H.S. and his community. May GOD BLESS EACH OF YOU.

- Charlotte Lawson Griffin--PV-U.H.S.


Mike is my oldest friend. I remember our times in Beamon Town. The winter breaks were filled with sledding and the summer nights with horse shoes. He will be missed. Rest peacefully my friend, we will walk the woods again.

- Bill Tipton


To Diana's family my heart goes out to you. Diana and I went through grade school and high school together. She was sweet and so kind. I'm truly so sorry for your loss.

- Jenni Mayo Markham


- Jenni Mayo Markham


I'm so very sorry for your loss. May the Lord Bless your family,

- Dianna Reese


i wanna offer my deepest sympathy condolences to the family of the chandlers

- margie


you were always there when i neede someone to care i will miss our talks on the phone .Heaven has gained a wonderful caring man who loved everyone gone to soon

- vickie smith


Many, many prayers for comfort for you and your family at this time.

- Tammy Hulsey


Danny, we are so very sorry that you have lost the love of your life And what a marvelous wife, mother, and friend she was. Norman said she is shouting on the streets of Glory today along with precious Becky. We cherish our memories of long ago as your friends and all our happy times together. What fun we had when we christened the new "hot tub" she loved. We will always love you all. We retired to South Carolina but our hearts are with you there during this time. Diane has been through so much and I thank you for always being right by her side through it all. God surely gave you each other.

We love you Danny, May God Bless you and give you comfort through this.

- Norman & Joyce Payne


My sympathy to the entire family and friends.

- Dennis Sluss


Corpus Christi Nottingham (UK). Sung Mass (all plainsong, incl Dies Irae) EF. Black veetsmnts and everything as it should be. Of course the people were reminded and encouraged to pray for the Faithful Departed and obtain the plenary indulgence. One of the most striking points of the old Requiem Mass is the balance between the sadness for the loss of loved ones and hope and encouragement for them and for us. There is something very touching in the thought that no soul ever goes un-prayed for in the Church especially on this Feast. There are several rubrics which change from the usual EF rite: less incense, certain omissions, variation of blessings and tones of the preface, Pater Noster etc. All a perfect setting: beautiful, gentle, consoling, efficacious. The very essence of the Roman rite indeed.

- rsgWww11ip4


At Our Lady of Guadalupe in Guadalupe, CA, there have been two Masses so far (English-NO, EF-Low) and there will be a0a third this evening at 7 pm Pacific Time (a Spanish-NO). a0All in black vemnestts and all offered by the same solo act pastor who has been mentioning it at all the Masses for the past 2-3 weeks to prepare the people. ( ! )No other parishes (with multiple priests available!) within a 15-mile-plus radius were taking advantage of the 3 Mass allowance that I know of (tried to find a close one for my husband for the evening and failed)!Homily in Guadalupe: a0praying several times daily or more, ideally, for the poor souls in Purgatory is living out the Golden Rule of doing unto others as you would have done unto yourself.God bless this priest!

- Arbu4Hp4svP


I went to the Extraordinary Form in Downtown Columbus, OH (Holy Family). Low Mass, black vestments, two srerevs (one about 20, the other 10). The priest gave a great homily on two topics: the lack of blessed water for the commixture (since a soul after leaving the body can't be blessed by a priest), and the Dies Irae interpreted as a defense case for your final judgment before God (God your so merciful, you've forgiven those before me, please forgive me). I was almost crying at the end. He introduced the Dies Irae portion by casually mentioning (I'm telling you all this because others wouldn't understand) that he almost hit another car in the parish parking lot the other day, his plates are DIES IRAE the other car's DIES ILLA . God has a good sense of humor.

- ONitqeiPnP


Danny
I am so sorry to hear that your wife has passed away. She was a courageous and strong woman, and was always friendly and pleasant, despite having to fight the battles she fought.
Let me know if there is anything we can do for you and your family.
Gerald

- Gerald D. Collins


I offered Holy Mass thirce today; all three times were NO and in black vestments. The first time was in Latin (ad orientem), the second in English (with a concelebrant in violet, as I only have one black) and a third in Spanish with biretta. All three used incense and all three were chanted in near entirety (with sparse accompanied music). The second two were ad populum. I had intended to offer Holy Mass at the cemetery but was unable. Next year I plan to offer my first Holy Mass at the cemetery at first light. It is too far from the parish for a procession, but we could at least caravan over. The sermon was on the need to pray for the deceased, based on St. Ambrose: We have loved them in life; let us not abandon them in death. All three Holy Masses were well attended.

- 7DO1WNdP


Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Seattle WASolemn Requiem Mass according to the Dominican Rite: Black vnmtseets on all three ministers Catafaulque with six candles (unbleached) celebration at the high altar (six more unbleached candles) Music: Tomas de Vittoria Requiem and Libera Propers from Dominican Graduale (incl. Dies Irae) Specific aspects of Dominican ritual: the black humeral veiland black mappula (gremial); Dominican form of the Absolution of the Dead (Libera).Excellent sermon by former provincial and current pastor, Fr. Daniel Syverstad, on the cleansing power of the fire of purgatory as a gift of divine love (referencing St. Catherine of Genua) and how our prayers for dead are God's way of allowing us to participate in this purgation.Music by the Tudor Music Society, resident at Blessed Sacrament, was simply sublime.Attendance: nave completely full (holds just under 700), transcept almost full (holds 70). Some standing in the back. So probably over 650 people present.

- EoQ7hPdz


Boy! When ya get to be 78 years old the memory relaly begins to fail. The vestments at St. Stephen's in Sacramento were indeed black, but not with silver. They were embellished with royal purple embroidery trimmed in gold, with IHS in gold on the back of the fiddleback chasuble. The dalmatic and tunic of deacon and subdeacon were equally beautiful. At the Libera Me, incensing and sprinkling of holy water around the catafalque, the celebrant had on the most beautiful cope, with purple around the top and gold accents and fringe. I wish I could have taken pictures. The polyphonic Mass was indeed beautiful. There was no organ accompaniment whatsoever throughout. As the procession entered the church and advanced to the altar the choir sang the Introit of Anerio's Mass. During the standard Dies Irae, some of us in the congregation joined the combined choir in singing it antiphonally. For my own funeral Mass I guess I want the Requiem most of us are familiar with, the one I and my choir of 50 plus years ago sang. It is simple and to the point.

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Black vestments were used at my pisrah for All Souls. But I had a somewhat strange black-vestment-sighting before that. Maybe someone can enlighten me. At my pisrah here in Germany (led by Jesuits) masses are usually more trendy than traddy (Kumbayah is one of the priest's favourite hymns ). Luckily though, the Jesuits' superior, who is, alas, not the priest who celebrates the regular pisrah masses, seems to be taking things into a different direction; with a Latin Novus Ordo mass once a month, which sad as that may be is a huge step forward here. Now to my actual qeustion: On Saturday, we had Latin vespers with chant and the works . What puzzled me though, was that the priest was wearing black vestments. I should stress that this was the usually trendy one, not the superior. Why black vestments for vespers before All Saints? Was it his way of saying look, if I am forced to to this traddy business against my will, I am going to at least mix up the liturgical colours as a form of passive resistance ? This would not surprise me, since his homily was basically a statement that, even as Catholics, we should not really put importance on saints. Or is there any good reason for black vestments on (or immediately before) All Saints? I am confused.

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This was my first All Souls EF. It was at St Mary's in Norwalk. The vestments were a Black with a slievr brocade, There was a catafalque with unbleached candles.Fr Cipolla gave a sermon after Mass before the absolution which was wonderful. More so than the Solemnity of the Mass itself I was when I returned home struck by the differnces in the prayers or collects. The EF collects are far more explicit in their pleading for the souls of those in Purgatory in both for the forgiveness and delivery from suffering. I compared them with the OF when I returned home. Fr Cipolla rightly pointed out that funerals have become canonizations. I had the occasion to attend an Evangelical burial recently and was appalled and shocked although I knew better that there was nary one prayer for the deceased. Not even one of commendation as at a Methodist funeral I attended during the summer. We, perhaps because of the Reformation and our Modernist denial of the reality of death deny both it and judgement. Just read the Gospel for the EF first Mass(John 5 :25-29) Death means judgement, the outcome of which is perhaps not as certain as we wish. The Liturgy of the EF is a reminder of our duties to the dead and our duties as Christians to prepare ourselves for judgement.JPG

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It sounds like we're coinmg into a restaurant. The music ministers were warming up, and lots of folks were meeting and greeting in the vestibule. At the beginning of Mass, we were directed to turn around and face the baptismal font, which we could not see, but never fear there is a giant screen in the back of the church to enable us to see the priest hamming it up with a toddler to be baptized during Mass. Then the processional, accompanied by the children's choir screaming out glory to God in the highest and much enthusiastic bongo drumming. It only got worse, as the homily on All Saints was jettisoned in favor of the baptism, confirmation of the mom, and the validation of the marriage of the child's parents. Much clapping ensued. Before the celebrant moved on with the liturgy, he commented, Well, we've broken open God's word, then we did a lot of other stuff, and now we're getting ready for The Eucharist!! Is this really what goes on in most parishes? We have been unable to bring ourselves to join a local parish, because friends have told us that other places around here are even worse. Every month or so, we drive into Chicago to go to what the kids call a real Mass at St. Mary's of the Angels.

- tDu3G0tpTVIQ


Our first All Souls mass was at a liberal arts coellge run by an order of women religious. I attended with a relative who is alum. Alumni had been invited to submit names of their beloved dead. These names were read by some elderly women (nuns?) before mass with this sung phrase interspersed throughout: “You are ever a part of our lives; all the good you have shared will live on in our hearts.” The priest wore white and gave a very good sermon about praying for the Poor Souls. The music consisted of three songs done by the same women and a guitar. One of the choir members read a “Death Poem” after communion. I didn’t get the point of the poem, especially when I heard the word, “orgasmic.” As we left the chapel, my 11 year old whispered in my ear, “That was so cheesy.”Later that evening, we attended our parish’s sung EF requiem. Black vestments, unbleached candles,black-draped catafalque, chant. It was simple, proper, and no cheese.I think that those who organized the NO event were sincerely trying to reach out to the bereaved. In the EF community, however, it is made clear that all our prayers and efforts are for the Poor Souls, not for ourselves. We will keep up these prayers during the octave of All Souls.

- KOmP4CuVX


Black vestments, black veil on the chlciae. The catafalque had a white and gold pall, which I thought was odd. The catafalque has a dome-shaped top, and sitting on it at the head end was a curved brass plate with two candles and a crucifix.It is an ethnically Polish parish, and the Mass reflected the influence. After the homily, in which the priest talked about the importance of praying for the holy souls, families who had lost a member in the past year came forward and lit a votive candle on the Marian side altar. After the post-communion prayer, the priest removed his chasuble and put on a black cope. A procession formed (crucifer, thurifer and priest) and they went to stations set up at each of the four corners of the church. Each station had a candle and vase of flowers. At each station a series of prayers (including the Our Father and Hail Mary followed by versicles and responses) were recited. The station was incensed as the dead were prayed for. Every other station was prayed in Polish. The fifth and final station was at the catafalque, and concluded with the blessing and dismissal and the singing of the Polish hymn, Witaj Krolowo nieba (Salve Regina).The parish has been celebrating All Souls this way for many, many years.

- ttrWUAXBaFS


I totally agree about the flu vaccnie, Missy! We actually only do the ones that we are required to get. I have fibromyalgia, so I know more than I care to know about living in pain. I worry a lot about mine inheriting my health problems, too.I feel you about the paperwork, and am so sorry about missing your husband. That's the worst! For the record, I think insurance companies are total bullshit. I think it is so wrong that they can tell us what doctors to go to, and then basically tell the doctors what they're allowed to do to ensure our health! (allowed to do if they want to get paid, that is). I think insurance is the biggest scam ever, but totally necessary. It's such a catch-22. I think there should be a greater focus on teaching people how to be healthy, starting with making exercise more available (like providing time during the work week), and making healthy, whole food more affordable. I truly believe that a lot of the problems with the American population's health comes from the shit we put in our bodies. But for a lot of people, they don't know and can't afford any better.Ok, now I answered your rant with a rant of my own. I wish we all knew each other's families better, I think we could form a great support group for each other.

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I would be curious to hear what Fr Z has to say since one gets the impoessirn that the prayers were often translated with an agenda. Namely either a dumbing down of the Latin or a dulling of the intent of the prayer. Thus if the Latin seems too judgemental or threatening of judgement the English is rendered as to say be nice and chew with your mouth closed or get a hand slap.( a bit of hyperbole I know. ) see above with the Gospel in the EF John 5 where the dead rise to bliss or judgement no mincing of words there! Obviously I have an interest thus I am reading and posting about the liturgy and the Faith but with this failure to emphasize the true nature of sin in the past 40 years and its consequences has enhanced and abetted apostasy not ameliorated it.It oten seems we as a society ought to be more cognizent of sin and its effects both for now and in the world to come and more aware of judgement on ourselves. I have heard people make the observation that there are more people who accept a sola fidei position in prison and not for their faith either. If one remain convinced that risking adultery ,or child abuse or, going through with a divorce would jeopardize one's immortal soul would people still proceed? It often seems the sin of presumption has become one of the most deadly.JPGFairfield

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With the bases loaded you struck us out with that anrews!

- vEkGjUondT7


I attended the Solemn High Requiem Mass in the Extraordinary Form at St. Joseph Macon. The Celebrant, Deacon and Subdeacon all wore matnihcg Black vestments trimmed in silver. They were newer simple Gothic style vestments, but they matched and were fitting. A catafalque and unbleached candles were used, and the Choir of about 30 members sang Gabriel Faure9’s “Requiem in D Minor”. At a few parts of the Mass, such as during the singing of the Offertory, I was able to close my eyes, focus, and open the smallest of holes in the veil between Heaven and Earth. The tears of joy flowed freely.Father's Homily began with a brief thank you to the Pope for SP and the right to say this Mass, pointing out it's history an importance to identity as Catholics. He then followed with a strong Sermon on Purgatory, the reason Catholics believe in it, and some evidence supporting those beliefs. This Mass had a large turn out, 200+ I am sure, where as our monthly EF garners about 50 regulars, and was marred only by few folks presenting themselves and refusing to kneel for communion, or kneeling and insisting on receiving in the hand. I say this because I find it so sad that if you can comprehend that a Requiem Mass is clearly about anything BUT you, how can you make Communion about what YOU want, at any Mass really, but especially so at a Requiem.As a side note, my 16 year old son's friend, a Methodist, accompanied us at his request. He was both impressed and awed.

- xcczNj2dts


ALLEN (Tullybeg, Glann Road, Oughtreard Co. Galway and formally of Dalkey, Dublin) Hugh at UCHG January 11, 2013. Husband of the late Alma, fhtaer of Joan, Chris and Mark. Funeral Service took place yesterday at 2.30pm with burial afterwards in adjoining cemetery.

- lT1Ck2JpZ


The death has occurred of Kevin DOYLE of Gurteen, Inch, Gorey, WexfordBeloved brhetor of Eddie, Kathy, Mary and the late Cathal. Reposing at Murphy's Funeral Home, The Avenue, Gorey, on Thursday, 17th January, from 6pm to 9pm and also on Friday, 18th January, from 6pm to 9pm. Removal on Saturday, 19th January, after Prayers at 10am, to The Church of Our Lady of the Nativity, Ballyfad, arriving for Funeral Mass at 11am and followed by burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.Date published: Thursday, January 17, 2013

- kzukFuhUvl


ALSTON (ne9e Chambers) Joan (Barbara), (Dundrum and formerly of The Irish Times) January 11, 2013 (Suddenly) in the pncresee of her devoted son, after a short illness in the tender care of the staff in Killiney Grove Nursing Home. Will be deeply missed by her son Geoffrey. Deeply regretted by her brother Gerald, relatives, neighbours and a circle of very good friends. Reposing in Fanagans Funeral Home, Dundrum. Funeral Service at 11 o'c tomorrow (Tuesday) in St Nathi's Church, Dundrum followed by cremation in Mount Jerome Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to St. Vincent de Paul. A mother's love is a blessing.

- fy8Hx8sVzn


Daddy I love you so much and I miss you. You were the best father and grfnhaatder anyone could have are want you were always there for me and the boys dont know what i will do with out you in our lives.

- ZObUwIAOLHy


Nelda and Jerry So very sorry for the loss of your sister Linda. Your fmlaiy was always so thoughtful and kind when our fmlaiy lost loved ones and that will always be remembered. May God shelter you and yours under His wings at this time of sorrow in your lives. Sincere prayers to you all. Watson fmlaiy

- Q3Hl5HrZA9


God is what happens when huniamty is connected I think if anything that should be the sentiment that people take away from this video. The internet does open up a new horizon for inter-connectivity that has and will change us. Before it wasn't possible for people of radically different faiths to interact, and now it is. Now the effects of this cannot be predicted. Will the sum of huniamty end up being a positive or a negative thing. Jim advocates for a optimistic view of the sum of huniamty, and if God is what happens when huniamty is connected then the real question is do we beckon a vengeful or a merciful God? And can we change the God we beckon?

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The video was definitely ientrnseitg. There is a prevalent saying that the Internet is where Religion goes to die, but it seems that Mr. Gilliam seems to have found faith in the Internet. I agree with him that its immensely powerful ability to connect complete strangers from across the world is what makes this technology so profound. While I have no interest in God or religion, I agree with Gilliam's statement that humans connected is actually God. It is human empathy combined with the Internet that allows miracles to happen. I call these acts miracles because without the Internet, for example, Gilliam could not have received the organ transplants that he desperately needed. Overall this is a great video about a man's restoration of his faith in humanity.

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Since I'm a terrible sdutent, I will post super-late! But, I really liked this video for its techno-optimism. He does a really good job of both physically embodying and explaining the effect the internet community can have. I think it's a beautiful story about how a joined community can produce miracles as Vignesh aptly called them. I love the idea that this is the fruit of our internet obsession and it is good. It really re-inspired me to believe in mankind as well. It didn't when I originally watched it. I was thinking more, Isn't this sad. Technology has taken over yet another aspect of our lives. But our discussion in class really uplifted me and turned me more optimistic. (How many classes do we say that!) As far as our animal tangent in class, its one of those big topics that I'd never been thoroughly exposed to before so, even though it has nothing to do with technology, I'm glad we allowed it to go where it may. I feel like I did a lot of unedited mind-dumping and devil's advocating today so if I offended anyone I'm sorry! Overall, definitely a class that made me internally redefine what it means to be human.

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My condolences to Mrs. Presley's dear faimly. I hope that you will find comfort in knowing that Jehovah God is near to those that are broken at heart, and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.

- xKg182su


Going to the gym and updating your wetibse are more than many of us can manage. Also, a person who lives life one day at a time is probably living in a more spiritual dimension than most. Enid

- qUK1WEZQUVu1


Good advice. Plus, you rllaey hit the nail on the head about snail mail. Personally, if any of my friends were [considerate enough] to me some heart felt snail mail, it would totally make my week. I love sending out personally made cards for holidays and bdays to friends and family, but I rllaey should start sending things out on whim just because.

- VqlVJ8ZtjnmZ


Gosh, I was/am actually finleeg sick today. The headaches have returned a bit... and I forgot what my goal for today was--to work on the flag book! So now I'm reminded. See, I can't even remember to do anything anymore. You guys should have seen what my goals WERE. I had long lists! I've never thought of dealing with one day at a time as being spiritual. That's interesting.meghan

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, the fatigue that comes from an auto imnume disease isn't like ordinary tiredness. It takes over your whole life. I think you're dealing with it in a brave way and I admire your honesty, too, in putting this out on the blog.Lastly, I think the stars book sounds fascinating! One of the kids I babysit for is really intersted in American History (he knew the names of many of the presidents, even the obscure ones like Franklin Pierce, when he was 2). He will love this book, I bet.Libby

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I'm planning to sign the coonelndce book, too, FF. Baka bukas na.Josiet, ako rin, I might not be able to go to the mass tonight. Dito na lang ako sa GMA free livestreaming nanonood ng wake/service/mass for Tita Cory.

- KaegMGJGqxM4


You can never do enough for soonmee when they have lost soonmee close. Sympathy cards are sometimes the only thing you can do if the person is in great despair. We use them and find that they always are appreciated.

- nS2ciLHS


I recently lernaed that my manager lost his wife in her fight with brain cancer. It will so hard for me to even open up to him and discuss how he was feeling considering he has to be in store almost every day of the week.

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Oh no, Jo, I really feel sad and sorry to know what heppaned to you. I have been away for few weeks too as my sister's husband also just pass away, I know how you feel..Big hugs..My deepest condolences to you.Life indeed is very fragile nowadays. Be strong and this is a reminder for all of us to treasure every single moment we have for our love one. My prayers are with you. God bless you! if it helps in any way i can, do let me know.. Be strong, your kids need you.

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Jo, I'm not good talker. So, I'm sorry if what I'll be shrinag with you sounds hurtful.I immersed myself in psychology courses for a few years back in college. The moment I read about your first paragraphs, what I learned quickly came back to me. Actually, the scar will remain there so long as the memory remains. It's just that we'll feel numb and number as time passes by. During the initial stages, we're still trying to convince ourselves, to get ourselves to accept the fact that what was true doesn't hold true anymore, that history has changed. Our lives are thus impacted in that sense. It takes time for every one of us to take in new facts, changes ... everything new. I hope you can understand what I'm trying to convey. Though, I know I'm in no position to be a good person to turn to for comfort. I'm not a good talker. =SJo, please take good care, K? I've been wondering how you're doing. I'd love to see you again if you ever travel up to KL for a visit with your family here. Take care, K? Really. Email me should you need people to talk to. =)Love lots from KL,Pei-Lin

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I have plenty of just onnlie friends but they're still friends. But if you think about how much you actually know about your real friends, do you know more about your onnlie friends? I have IRL (in real life) friends that I haven't talked to in ages but those that are onnlie, I know when their children have soccer practice, if they're sick, if they're running late to work So who am I actually closer to?

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Antonia – As one of my newest Twitter/FB frdneis, this is quite interesting, isn’t it? I agree. We can connect more easily here, and it’s easy to quickly feel that we’re frdneis. I think it’s pretty similar to pen pals back in the day. Think of all those fantastic relationships people formed by writing letters back and forth. While I agree that there’s a huge element to knowing someone and communicating face to face, I don’t discount the relationships that continue to live only in this space.

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I'd say that I have definitely made frenids on Twitter. They are the same type of frenids I make in person funny, smart, hard-working, diverse interests. What's different is not the people; it's the type of frenidships. Rather than hanging out together for 30 minutes at once (at a coffee shop or at home), we hang out for 30 minutes that might be spread out over a day or so.And, even though I don't have time to tweet back and forth with all my Twitter pals, I do try to read their tweets as they fly by. That way I still feel connected even when swamped with work.

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You bring up an interesting point that by splimy being online we may be closer to friends who we'd otherwise have lost touch with years ago. And, like you, I'd agree yes, we're friends. But, does seeing glimpses of this trivial information (running late for work, dropping kids here or there) equate to actual friendship? Has the ability to publish every random whim diluted the quality of relationships? Do we need to somehow transition from online to offline in order to truly have that human element, and get what we need out of friendships, or is it enough to interact two-dimensionally? As always, I have more questions than answers. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts!

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Thank you for stopping by to read my respsnoe to your post, and more importantly, thank you for sharing your story to begin with. It's a topic that I've had in my head for a while now, and your story helped me (and, many others) articulate it. @Antonia As one of my newest Twitter/FB friends, this is quite interesting, isn't it? I agree. We can connect more easily here, and it's easy to quickly feel that we're friends. I think it's pretty similar to pen pals back in the day. Think of all those fantastic relationships people formed by writing letters back and forth. While I agree that there's a huge element to knowing someone and communicating face to face, I don't discount the relationships that continue to live only in this space.

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This is a lovely post. Over the last few mntohs I've met so many great people online, some of which I would consider friends. You offer help when you can, you check on them when you know they aren't well, you joke around and still, you aren't really part of their live. You are just part of their virtual life. I use the word just carefully. Because maybe, that's all you ever need to be. Who says, that in this day and age, we need to sit face to face to actually be a good friend. You build trust even though you might have never met or talked to someone in person. Though, I still prefer face to face interactions I do truly believe that people can become important to you even if it's just online. If they aren't around you wonder where they are. Just like you would with your real life friends. I also believe that social media allows as to learn a great deal for our personal lives. We might start out to be introverts and even remain that way, yet I firmly believe social media teaches us to connect with people more easily. thanks for this post Kary. Loved reading it

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Honestly, I don't know that my relationships with my in peorsn friends hinge on knowing the minutiae of their day. I think some of what dictates the apples-to-apples comparability between in peorsn friends and online friends is how much the other peorsn is willing to share about themselves without being asked.If someone talks about having a bad day and they're someone I've connected with online, I'm very likely to ask more about what is making the day bad. If they don't share this, I'm not likely to know. But again, I'm not likely to know this of in peorsn friends either unless I've run into them or talk to them on the phone, which I don't do to ALL of my friends each day.So I think it goes back to that sensing element you talked about. We get gut feelings from what our senses tell us about trusting people and how much we want to build relationships. And we have to trust those gut feelings if we want to create new relationships.I don't think I trust my online relationships any less than my in-peorsn ones. I think it comes down to how often you interact, how much you decide to share with each other and how much trust you place in the other peorsn. These elements, I feel, transcend the medium.

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This is a lovely thtuohgful piece Kate, one of the more thtuohgful I've read. I have been pondering this a lot more of late. However, I should preface this by saying I'm not always known for my patience, so what I say here may simply be a matter of being more patient but in this case, maybe not.Yes, I am fairly new to the proverbial social network on the other hand, I've been around (age ha) a lot longer than the Internet. And I do remember thinking when voicemail replaced people at the other end of the phone, and emails replaced conversations, that it was the beginning of the end.What end? Human interaction as we knew it. In friendships, relationships, business the entire landscape is changed forever. OK, that's a longer story.In my book, as one who grew up before cable television and a thing called TVLand I watched those shows, for real, our phone rang, just like the download on our mobile phones (stop guessing my age ha), these friendships are different and they always will be.I will say, the people I have connected with new people, on Facebook and Twitter, after a fair amount of exchange, my nature and inclination is to talk to these folks not the online convo' but face to face, at a minimum, email. Clearly, I am not a 140 character gal, holy crap I can't believe I have even managed on Twitter LOL. Tweets to DMs and some then to email. However, I would venture a guess, it won't move past those channels. In a few instances, we even live in the same area I was excited to learn that mmm, I would have been hangin' by now not yet.I was happy to meet a number of folks at a conference I attended recently but then, things went back to the online space no responses, really busy off they go. I'm thinking out loud too and in my stream of consciousness rambling I guess what I'm saying is, for me these channels are ways of keeping in touch with a lot of people all at once but some connections you would like to know personally, professionally, what have you. But most, I believe, are happy keeping it just where it is.I don't buy the online extrovert, off-line introvert thing it's become a substitute for many. For the Gen X Y Z or the post-Cable babies, not sure they really know how to talk to each other. Why bother when you can text, or tweet, or say it on Facebook. Email seems so antiquated now let alone a telephone.If most of one's adult life is learning to communicate virtually, how do we really have meaningful relationships and friendships again?Thanks for listening

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Woh didn't quite see that twist coming! Nice story, and I'm anmusisg it was inspired by Tuesday's word of teh day on Dictionary.com? Only thing I had a little difficulty with was a company that would just take someone's accusation as gospel, and ask the accused to prove their innocence. Much more normal to ask the accusor to provide evidence. Innocent until proven guilty after all? Other than that, I was intrigued to the end.

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Thanks very much for the encouragement, Wandering. Sorry, I don't know your name so I can't call you aiyhtnng else!We have the same corporate view of lawsuits in the UK and it's all about the cost/benefit analysis. The fact it can screw with someone's life is secondary.I take your point about Giles predicting Sam's reaction. I suppose I could have shown' a history of mental instability by referring to various medications etc. If I'm honest, it wasn't a very well thought out story and I what's the phrase winged it.

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Whew! Another surprise eidnng. Since you just started this project, and from your comment on my blog, I gather you haven't done much writing to date, this is really impressive! In the US, you are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, and in some cases companies do require proof. But I have heard of cases of companies that concluded they would have an easier time defending a lawsuit from someone dismissed after a sexual harassment complaint than from the complainant, so that part didn't strike me as odd. It did occur to me that it might have been difficult for Giles to predict exactly how Sam would react, but people have been known to guess right, so that didn't spoil the story for me.

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when I called most pepole first response was but I just saw him, I think they meant it in a way that oh he seemed fine when I saw him he didn't look suicidal. They also didn't tell us much of what actual happened up there.4) I think he is. Like Brittany said he's starting to see parallels between himself and Laura with his father and his stepmother. He knows that there are so many differences between himself and his father though. He thinks his father is a selfish man but he was not think that of himself. I think he's trying to differentiate himself from his father but is still worried of becoming him.5) I think there were a lot of reasons for Laura leaving early. I do think she was ashamed of what had happened. She admits that in the beginning of the episode when she talked about Alex's wife. I also think that with everything that's been happening with her dad she just couldn't bare seeing a funeral at this time. Like she said she wasn't ready.

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that there was nothing wrong with the plane or the eqpeumint; that Alex went into vertigo when he went into descent and lost control. Alex was emotionally invested in his job and I think when he killed those kids while in combat it affected him strongly and I think the guilt never left him. This could very well have been an accident, but a part of me wants to say that Alex just gave up on life and found his way out. But, seeing as how I have not seen his therapy sessions, this is only speculation. 4)I think Paul most definitely is afraid of becoming his father. I feel like he is seeing all the things he most disliked about his father in himself. The parallels between his life and his fathers is becoming more apparent. The more Paul tries to not become like his father, I feel like he is seeing more of it in himself and not liking it. 5)I feel like Laura left the funeral partly because of her past relationship with Alex, but I also feel like she left out of respect for the family. Laura was Alex's mistress, and sort of friend, she did not know Alex or his family out side of her relationship with him. Hearing about one's family and then seeing the grieving family or two completely different things. Alex's death I think affected both Paul and Laura. Going to the gravesite may have brought back memories of her mother's death. To Paul she says that her leaving is ok because no one knows who she is, and the truth is that Paul was the only one at the funeral who did know who she was and what she was to Alex. She may have left because she saw how her relationship was affecting Paul as Brittany said, but I think she also partly did it out of respect to the family.

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1) I don’t think the show was trying to be funny at all by adndig this in. In a way, I think it was Paul showing his respect. While signing, the top of the book was visible. “Relatives and friends” were asked to sign. In a way, I think he was showing that he did not just think of Alex as a patient, merely in a business relationship with him. He thought of his as a friend, someone he was connected to.In addition, I think it may be a sign of how Paul feels about his status as a Clinical Psychologist at this point. I think in some ways, he feels like a failure of a doctor. I don’t think he wants to be thought of as an expert anymore. He’s just plain sick of it and his scratching out of “Dr.” in the beginning just shows his true feelings towards his job.2) It didn’t particularly surprise me that Paul attended Alex’s funeral. I think that Paul is in many ways a very good guy who cares about his patients, even when they make decisions he does not agree with.I am, however, incredibly surprised that Laura met Paul at Alex’s funeral. In a way, I almost found it disrespectful. Laura and Alex had a relationship and yet she meets another man at Alex’s funeral. I feel like neither attended the funeral as a means of purely just honoring Alex’s life. I feel like they also attended as an excuse to see one another again. I found this incredibly inappropriate; based on Laura’s past with Alex it is not okay to use his funeral as an excuse to see Paul.3) Seeing that we’re all watching Laura as opposed to Alex, I don’t really know much about his story and how he acted in therapy. However, something seems rather suspicious here. I’m not sure if it was an accident or maybe purposeful on Alex’s part. From the short part in the beginning of the show, it seems like Alex’s life was often spinning out of control. I don’t quite think he had a handle on anything. It seems as if he always felt that things were out of control. Maybe this “accident” occurred as a result of him wanting to finally be in control. I certainly hope that it was a sad fluke incident but it just doesn’t seem like that.4) He absolutely is. I think Paul is beginning to see the parallels between his father and stepmother and himself and Laura. His father married a woman 26 years his junior who was a former patient of his. He took pride in the fact that she was young, beautiful, and that she wanted him. In some ways, I think Paul is beginning to realize that his relationship with Laura is very similar. Laura is much younger than him, beautiful, and wants him. I believe that he takes pride in all of these things; they make him feel better about himself.He characterizes his father as a “really selfish man” and that he had “no regard for people’s feelings.” I think that is scares Paul that he now sees these traits in himself, despite how sincerely he did not want to turn out like his father.5) I partially felt like she left because of her past relationship with Alex. However, I think the main reason she left stemmed from Paul’s long conversation about himself and his father. I think she noticed the similarities between her and Paul’s relationship and Paul’s father’s relationship. She appeared to feel ashamed- I think she feels like she’s forced Paul to become the person he never wanted to be. She realized that her presence was more harmful than helpful and decided that it would be best to leave. In some ways I think this decision showed an immense amount of growth in Laura. I was oddly proud that she realized that her leaving would be the best thing to do in this situation.

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wow that's pretty hoiblrre. I'm so sorry you were sucked into that. That's the bad that can come with all the truely good that this new internet world and places like facebook have brought us. I know personally someone who's son received so much love through facebook that he actually felt it as he was dying of cancer (adult son). It's a powerful tool for good and for bringing us together.I hope you can release the betrayal you might feel and hold on to the truth that you and all the other members of the group truly spread love and created positive energy in this world. Even this poor girl who is clearly troubled might have gotten a healing from what you all gave. We can only control our own hearts and our own behaviour. You did well and i don't think it was wasted. hugs.

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everything was perfect here bescaue whilst I've adjusted to autism my eldest daughter hasn't. She resents missing out on things but I doubt this is just due to having autistic siblings but having friends who appear to have everything; holiday, clothes even cars. Her friends lives emphasise what she doen't have which makes me pretty fed up as I just can't provide these things. However, I have tried to encourage her to attend a siblings (of autistic childrens) group but she refuses to go. She is also a bit on the old side now (most of these groups are run for younger teenagers) but I do think some counselling/support would help her if she was more open to the idea. Besides that I'm not sure what more I can do besides helping her to get to university (her aim) and enjoying the independence that comes with that. Deb

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So glad you wrote this. We went through a peiord of adjustment too, which was very like a bereavement. There was a very real sense of loss, which I guess was the loss of the future we expected for our son. You would have to be made of stone not to have some expectations of what will happen to your children when you start out as parents! I think we had to go through this, even though, as you say, later on we adjusted, came to appreciate what we had, and gained a deeper sense of fulfilment from raising a son with Aspergers. I think now we would celebrate his difference, but we have had seven or eight years now to reach that position. As to what I would say to parents who had just had the diagnosis well yes, I guess I would have to feel sympathy, and would probably struggle to find the words.

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Dear Floss, hope Thursday can be a true celebration of life for your mum and that you will feel at peace. Blogland is like a city full of plpnaes, everyone is fond of you and will be pleased to see you continue blogging but all in good time. Betty x

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Oh Floss! Just saw this! I'm so terribly sorry...we've all grown to know how much you love your mum and the story beinhd your blog and your trips to Edinburgh...I'm so sad for you...I'm certain she knew she was loved greatly though...I'm glad you could be there with her til the end. A big hug to the family and you are in my thoughts and prayers xxxx

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I stumbled upon this site with plausere. Hazel was my Aunt and I surely loved her a lot. I always enjoyed when she would come up to Ashland on the old train that wasn't really for passengers. Couldn't have been very comfortable, but it sure was fun waiting for it to roll into the station. I have some of her small clay figures that were baked and glazed. My mom also has an old video from library hour with her and the children. Maybe some of you are in it!!! It was nice to read here about your memories of a very special lady. Thank you. She would be very proud ,Hazels niece, Jeanette Forness

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Speaking for the deadIn the western world, there's a lot of ceomerny and tradition that surrounds the death of a family member or friend. Though the deceased doesn't actively take part in these rituals (well, in any non-spiritual way, at any rate, I'll leave that debate for another forum), they are very important to those who are left behind. Undoubtably, the easiest way to clarify the difference between the wake and the funeral is to talk about the purpose of each.The wakeA wake, commonly known in the US and Canada as a viewing, is traditionally held on the night before a funeral. The wake is the time for the friends and family of the deceased to gather, generally with the deceased present, to share stories of the dead. Beyond that, the proceedings will vary by culture, but it's not uncommon for there to be food and drink present, and usually people will stay up all night as a mark of respect. Depending on the people and beliefs, sometimes things can get a bit rowdy (not stereotyping at all here, but I'm looking at you, Irish folks with much love and respect) or it can be a more calm, sedate affair. Generally, a wake is a time to celebrate the life of the dead, not to mourn their loss.Historically, funerals were held the next day after a death, and so the wake was a chance for people to begin to gather and share their stories and feelings before the funeral itself. The word itself originates from the ancient Indo-European root word wog or weg, which meant to be active. In its modern form, in addition to describing what you do in the morning, the word wake can also mean watching or guarding, and in that sense a wake is standing watch for the recently deceased.The funeralThe funeral is the formal (though degrees of formality can certainly vary, I'm speaking in the broad sense here) ceomerny in which the deceased is remembered before burial, cremation, or whatever final disposition is intended for the body. This can be a religious or secular service, depending on the preferences of the deceased and their family, and rituals important to the deceased's particular culture regarding death are performed. The funeral can include a request for mercy for the soul of the dead, and at times the service will be held at the grave site, making it easier for people to attend the burial itself.There are more types of funeral customs than can be easily detailed in this article, however research has indicated that funeral services of one kind or another are as old as humanity itself. In fact, there are indications that rituals were performed for the dead predating Homo sapiens, over 300,000 years ago. Numerous Neanderthals have been discovered in caves and other sites across Europe with signs of deliberate and respectful burial.GD Star Ratingloading...

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This unspeakable tdrgeay merits our prayers for the victims and their families along with the entire Newtown community. Mental health support will also be needed for those traumatized for years to come. I pray that healing comes to those who need it as soon as God wills.

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Beautiful. Thank you Heather. Everyone has something, or a few shomteings that they want to fix and/or are ashamed of. When you're fat, you just wear it where everyone can see. I appreciate your heartfelt comments and am happy to encourage you to. I am glad to have you coming with me. Good luck with your goal. Love and hugs. Art

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Awesome, Raj. Let's plan the first couple of walks sooenr than later, so we get in the habit before the weather turns. By the way, I haven't figured out the best way to publicly thank you and Chris for really motivating me to get this done and helping to craft the platform for my message. Suffice it to say (for now) that you are DEFINITELY on my team of SuperHeroes! I cherish your friendship Raj. Thank you!

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Dear anonymous, Thanks for your eirepssxon of concern. Trinity has a very strong track record of ensuring the safety and security of all people on campus, and we spend a great deal of time and money on continuous improvements to the security system. Every time there's an incident like the tragedy in Sandy Hook, we review our procedures, do more training of our security personnel, and add additional protections. You may not see all of the protections because constant surveillance is part of our program. No security system is fail-safe but we are constantly vigilant and attentive to security challenges. I appreciate your concern, thanks for letting me know, and feel free to write more about your specific concerns to me on email at President Pat McGuire

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Art,I believe you can do this. You can lose eognuh weight in a short period of time for you to feel the benefits. I need to lose 25 pounds myself to be at optimal health. Your heart-felt video convinced me to take this journey with you.If I can hang with you to a 25 pound loss I know you will be feeling much better by then and the journey will be easier for you. Think of all of the other people you will encourage as well.I started taking the MAx N-Fuze on a regular basis 4 days ago and it is amazing the extra energy I have as a result.I just turned 65 so it will not be easy for me to lose weight I have carried for years but I'll do it and I will pray for you every day, that you will have the motivation , the energy and the will to reach optimal health. The best part is that you will be an inspiration for everyone else who is trapped in a body that will not take them where they want to go. God Bless You! The determination is in your eyes.

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Hello, Irene! Thank you for joining us for Postcard Friendship Friday! To asnwer your question, after I scaned and sorted the cards and postcards I have from Grammie, I put them into photo albums. That seems to work well to protect them. I can also show them off a bit better than I could if they were in a box in my closet. lol Have a LOVELY day!

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My dad used to mention her name Margaret Thatcher' when I was very young in late 70s, I used to think she was the Queen of England until I got to High shcool. What a great name and model she left behind in the whole world for women! Who is going to wear the shoe she left for any woman to pick? May her gentle soul Rest In Peace. She is going to receive warm welcome in Heaven for doing her best on earth.

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Oh sweetie. My falmiy sends out love and support for you and yours from all over the world. I am very sad for you. My grief in your situation Arg/sigh I grieve for you and the horrible pain you have right now. If I could I would kick shins, stop traffic, scream it from the rooms and make the happy people calm the fuck down for you. Make it all be silent, if only for a moment. (hugs)Darlab4s last post [type] ..

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I don't think I have ever posted on your site but this broke my heart. I check your page a few times a week for a laugh, itripsanion to see what goodies you have made but never did I think when I clicked the link tonight I would ready I am so very sorry. I do not know you but please know you and your entire family will be in my every prayer and thought. Blessings to you and yours.

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You've hit the ball out the park! Incledibre!

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Heck yeah this is exltacy what I needed.

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JohnThank you for raising the Vietnamese boat pelpoe . I am pleased that Britain's relationship with the Vietnamese Government has become stronger and closer since then, and particularly so recently. Clearly there are strong views including highly critical ones. Although I agree that the Foreign Office should not be a party instrument, I don't think that my reference to the Prime Minister's statement following Lady Thatcher's death is inappropriate in this context. But your comments and others' views are welcome.Antony

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It's one of those books that is difficult to put down! Mmm, have never heard of a Kobo. Perhaps that is an e-reader that is polpuar in Canada. In the states, it seems to be Kindle, Nook, and iPad that are the most polpuar for reading electronic books. I adore my Kindle. I read 10 times what I used to read ever since I got one! DH inherited my older one and I got a new last year. He's addicted to it too now!Yes, spring in coming in really fast! Gosh, I better look at the calendar and figure out when Easter is!

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Dear Sir Peter Ricketts, the death of Lady Thatcher is surely tgriac like the death of every human being. And that is why I do agree to you that after she has passed the time is there for remembering , reflecting and rethinking about her time period as Great Britain b4s 1st and so far only female Prime Minister. And threfore also a lasting tribute because of her influence and impact over the British/French partner ,- and friendship at all. Finally it b4s good to read that so many French and British people wanted to come in with messages full of sympathy and most notable to me respect.With my condolences , esp. to her family.Ingo-Steven Wais, Stuttgart

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I have to say I'm not happy at all that you have chosen to raeept the statement that Margaret Thatcher saved Britain not just on your Facebook page but here as well.I was under the impression that the Foreign Office was not here to be political and that statement is absolutely political. There are just as many people who will argue that Thatcher wrecked Britain. Particularly at this time when bailing out the banks is leading to so much hardship in the UK, her setting in motion deregulation led us directly to this situation. As regards Vietnam she was also very reluctant to giving asylum to the Vietnamese boat people. In addition her support for Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge (while referring to Mandela as a terrorist) is well documented.Can we have some balance please and stop trumpeting party political messages.

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Thanks, Yoon. I think people who teach a spiaeclezid subject like music can benefit so much as it's often tough to be one of the only people in your building teaching a specific subject. Being connected to other staff outside of your building, and district, to collaborate with is very powerful.

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I love this idea! I always tell ppleoe that I have a song for every occasion because as I go about my day, songs pop into my head and replay just like a soundtrack! Its too funny. For example, the first time I encountered tumblr.com, I immediately heard I'll Tumble for You by Boy George! LOL![]

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This is not laziness, it is the imseispron of ignorance to those who don't know you, if you know the correct way of doing it.When you're in a public forum, such as this or Facebook, you can only be judged by what people see.Between you and your friends (when private) then, if it doesn't matter to them, so anything goes.

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Ben,What an inspiring (and blutaifuley produced) video.I can tell you with confidence that at least 75% of the free web-based resources I used in my classroom in my last two years of teaching came straight from my Twitter PLC. It was an invaluable resource.And though I don't tweet (at least professionally) as much now that I'm in e-learning, the D123 folks can follow me at twitter/com/comicsteacher.Good luck!E

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I have been on Twitter for about the same amount of time. I agree that it is the best thing I have done to ipromve my skills and practice as a teacher. I have met excellent teachers and administrators from around the world,been exposed to thousands of new resources and been given countless opportunities for professional development through my Professional Learning Network. I highly recommend tweeting to all of my colleagues!

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Your answer lifts the inglleitence of the debate.

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Carmen BuchananFebruary 15, 2012Twitter Name: MrsB_LMSThis is exactly what we are doing in my diisctrt. In fact, we are doing a PD about Twitter on Twitter tomorrow night with teachers in our diisctrt. I LOVE this video! We have compiled a great document that has the basics of Twitter that we will be sharing at the end of the session tomorrow. I would be glad to share that with you after our session. I want to do a video as a next step !! Thanks for the inspiration!

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Jim, I tried listening but there were more voice overs than Citi Field after a Jason Bay home run. So.A short note on Virgil; While doing my usual, power brswniog, this time The Aeneid, I came across a beautiful passage on Aeneas's sojourn through Hades, descriptive of the miseries inflicted on the sinners, and bearing in mind written by a pagan. What struck me was the precedent. Was Dante inspired by this passage, or, how could he not have been? I never came across mention of such influence, odd & maybe ignorance on my part, but considering with Homer one of the two monuments of Western literature, surprising.A person must pause and consider, a poem, an epic, written during the reign of Augustus, down more than 1300 years to a Florentine, and from there to us, now, our gift, centuries not withstanding. I sing of war and a man at war - They wandered as their destiny drove them on From one sea to the next: so hard and huge A task it was to found the Roman people Hope you don't mind, regards.

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something to the effect of we want to help and hope this gift isn't too hard to apcect. Please use this money in a way that helps knowing none of us will ask or speak about it again . For this particular friend we tried very hard to make it easy for her to apcect it with dignity.

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Doris, this post is brilliant. Thanks so much for shrinag your perspective; it's so helpful to think of this ahead of time or after the fact and focus on clear ways to be a friend to someone who has lost their partner. I appreciate your honestly and candour in telling of how to deal with this very difficult time.Jill

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I love your old stuff, Howard. Sorry you need an excuse to drag it out.Yes, Your Hit Parade. Snooky ? What was that about? I did a cloupe of music programs on local radio, so I was aware of what was up and what was down. Mainly I remember Rosemary Clooney's Come On A My House blasting from the jukebox the summer I worked in a PX at Fort Sill. I'll never get it out of my head.

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I agree with everything you wrote. I think thoguh that the outrage is very justified. We should be outraged by what people didn't do. Even thoguh we may have done the same thing, we as people should at least hope that we do the right thing. If I or someone else was in that position and we did not do the right thing than we would be outraged at ourselves, outraged at our failures and should be held accountable for our inactions.

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Congratulations! on the W gig and sorry about your father-in-law. He looks to have been so dainshg and fun. Gotta love the italians - I have had a few too in my life. It always feels like little lights go out in your firmament when you lose them.You look v. happy with your "ceramics shack" cutlery. When you're ready to upgrade, check out "Kings Silver". I got cheapo modern stainless from "ceramics shack" it does not look cheapo and feels so nice in the hand.

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Doris,This is brilliantly wretitn and excellent advice I can't possibly add anything, but would like to mention something that stretches the boundaries of the topic Food first, flowers later When our first was born, about a month premature, we spent nearly a month spending 20 hour days at the Civic, praying that we'd get through a week without an apnea spell so we could all go home. One gift we received that we will never forget was a cooler, filled with a pork tenderloin, potatoes and vegetables, plates, glassware, and cutlery and the simple instructions: Reheat..Eat Place dirty dishes back in cooler and return to us whenever you have the time.

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Greg, I'm so glad you shared your story with us. What an isnipred and clever idea kudos to your friends. Along the same lines, I can remember when Malcolm was in hospital during the last weeks of his life. I was either at work or at the hospital with him. On one occasion, when I returned home to have a shower and grab some fresh clothes, I noticed that my lawn was mowed. I had a 2 acre property at the time so this was no small feat. It turns out that a friend had dropped by to do it for me. It's these kinds of gestures that make all the difference during difficult times.

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that it doesn't give them the space to be open and honest about their grief. Helping with parctical matters tends to be very much appreciated. Try to be specific when offering to help I'm going to the store Do you need bread, milk or other groceries? I'll get them and drop them off for you. It's not as helpful to say Call me if there is anything I can do because when people are grieving they are already dealing with so many emotions and tasks that they won't necessarily reach out. Many of my grieving clients are afraid of imposing on their friends and family and worry that they will burden them if they ask for help. Charlynne MacCharles MSW, RSWKanata Counselling Services

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You Sir/Madam are the enemy of confusion evehwyrere!

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Your post has moved the debate fordwra. Thanks for sharing!

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Fear, self-preservation, loyalties and other coctilnfs can make people's judgement become clouded. It is really easy to point a finger knowing what is known now. There is one animal in this case and that is Jerry Sandusky. Don't let the media's need to fill time cover up for who is to blame. This isn't Paterno's fault. This isn't McQueary's fault. This isn't the AD's, President or the Board's fault. This is Jerry Sandusky's. No one can get an interview with him, get him to respond, get a memo from his attorney, get families responses because they can't at this point. So what we are hearing and seeing are the subplots. In light of what was done, the really meaningless subplots. An echo chamber has been created surrounding the subplots, the frustration of them, the anger behind it and here is Jerry Sandusky, sitting in jail alone with his thoughts, hoping that he won't be in prison for the rest of his life while we want to burn everyone at the stake who didn't do enough.

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I remember seianhrcg for signs of my own husband and of the life that we had together. The anxiety you may have elt during your search, I felt as I was reading this post. You did an amazing job of painting the picture. I am happy to know that you too searched for signs of your husband. I smiled when you found the piece of paper. It is truely a remarkable gift!Samantha

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Karen and Tom,So sorry for your loss. Judy was such a classy lady and was aylaws so concerned for others. Our lives are so much richer because of her. We pray that God's peace will cover you and your family and live with the assurance that we will all be reunited again in eternity. She is partying today in heaven with Gilbert and Leona! What a great time for her.

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Karen & Family,I really ejonyed working with your Mom. She was a neat lady. I'm sorry She had to leave you, but we know She is in a better place. My Mom left us on February 25. She was at the KC Hospice House where Judy was for a short while. They are wonderful! Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless You.Shirley

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Karen .so sorry to hear this. Know that you are being prayed for ..you all have been on my mind a lot lealty as I have waited for an update. I'll continue to pray as you make decisions and for strength for you as you help those around you deal with this great sadness. Our God is sufficient His strength is made perfect when we are at our weakest. Love you lots ..sending a big and very warm hug from the still below freezing place of Moscow.

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Debbie, our challenge is to take what we leneard on the field and keep living the missionary life according to the teachings of Buckaroo Banzai: No matter where you go, there you are. I am praying for partners for me, and now I pray that for you as well.Reading the description of your neighborhood made me think of , as much of the book is a description of the ways the author is living out his calling in his neighborhood.Thanks for dropping by my blog again! You bless me.

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Kel, thanks for coinmg by. unearthing hidden stories behind closed doors what a neat perspective! I hope I can continue to reach out in blessing. But not long after this, my neighborhood efforts seemed to stall and I felt myself crawling into an uncharacteristic dark emotional hole. Just a few days ago in prayer, I suddenly realized that this was likely a spiritual attack meant to discourage me.So anyone reading who feels led to pray for me, I sure could use it. And one thing I could use is a local support group, or better still, people willing to partner with me somehow.

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Karen,I am so very sorry hear about your Mom and my heart goes out to all. You will be in my thoughts and praerys. If you want to talk at all, please feel free to call anytime. Someone shared this thought with me after Dad died and it touched me. I hope it will do the same for you.Even though you will miss terribly and your heart will break a thousand times, you may be able to console yourself and family with this; your Mom passed away with life's greatest blessing, the unconditional love of her family, including her savior's love.Wishing you many blessings and smiles soon. Hold the happy memories close. If you need anything at all, please feel to call on us. We are near.with love, becky

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yea they also have a lot more then that going on when i was there doing my time for a drug charge i ended up being a viitcm and when i sent complaints they were ignored i suffer still to this day because of the nightmares there faces his reaction why the A C L U told me in a letter they couldnt help me and yes still to this day i have all the paper work its ashame that my rights was stolen for ever ill never be the same but they will go befor the allmighty one some day 724 835 6083

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Karen, Tom, and all:I am so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. She had a long and brave fight and while I am so very sorry that she isn't here with you heahlty and well I think we all know for a fact that she is in complete and utter joy and bliss right now, free from the struggles and pain that we her constant companion for a long time. It is a blessing to know without a doubt that she is with the Lord and that you will be with her again someday. I cannot imagine the pain of losing a parent and hope you know that we are here for you for anything you need now, or will need as you go forward. Our prayers will continue to be with you.

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It is inspiring and chianelglng to read your very real stories of encounters with people as you spend the day with Jesus. It makes me feel not so alone in the daunting mission of reaching out in my neighborhood.Our neighborhood is considered by some as the ghetto of Durham, NC. We regularly hear gunshots, oftentimes not far from our apartment, and there is some kind of intimidating spirit that makes me want to stay off the streets, hole up, and lock my doors.Walking on our street, there is always some sort of personal encounter drug dealers staring at your from their porch with a threatening look, young people roaming and looking like they're up to no good, or some lonely older woman sitting on her porch in a cookie cutter' government subsidized duplex, who greets you with refreshing warmth.Today someone from Greater Emmanuel Temple of Grace approached us and timidly, almost apologetically, invited us to his church and handed us a business card. He mentioned their prayer ministry among other ministries, and I immediately asked him to pray for us. I was feeling somewhat desperate and alone in some struggles.Surprised, he looked around for one of his church teammates to help him out, as if he was in over his head. But then he stepped up to the plate, took our hands, and prayed for us. We were blessed by his reaching out to us. We want to be a blessing too.

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Hi JonLast Sunday was a shooting/murder about 25 mertes from my bedroom window. This house is reputed to have a lot of drug activity, so it was not a total shock. But it was nevertheless surprising and frightening to hear the very loud gunshots and to witness the police scanning the area with flashlights and finding a body so close to where we lay our heads down at night. We kept talking about how easily a young man's life was taken from him with a few gunshots, right under our noses.I was shaken up by the incident and the police investigations that ensued, wondering about our safety as well. I mean, these guys know where we live!My friend reassured me that no questionable activities should be happening there again. I guess the devil overplayed his hand so that the house has fallen strangely quiet. I used to hear the enemy's words, I'm here! when I looked at this house, and it discouraged me from even praying for these people. But now when I glance over there at nighttime, I hear the words, You're next! It's an area of the city where evil seems to be reigning with violence and drugs, mocking the genuine Christian presence in the area. Frankly, I want to move away from this area, even though it has such potential for God to do incredible things here. But I also know God wants to move us all past fear to pray boldly for the areas where we live. Your blog has inspired us to walk with Jesus into dark places and shine His light.

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Jon, it is so wonderful that you are rehcniag out to the lost and forgotten in your neighborhood. S reminds me of a dear family friend, named Bertha, who had lost her husband to lung cancer in the 1980 s. She was from Sweden, and had a lot of pluck for a 92-year old. She was legally blind, but still lived at home with her two cats. She kept up with current events by using audio books and audio magazines. It was decided by her family to put her into a nursing home. Initially,she handled the transition well. As time wore on, however, she began to fade away and became very discouraged. I would pray with her when she would despair why God had left her alive when she was so miserable. She was broken-hearted, and so broken. I asked for my parents' pastor, a man of God, to come and speak with her and he did. Christiana and I were able to pay her one last visit on her 97th birthday, but lung cancer had now infiltrated her body, even though she had never smoked. Ten days later, she died. I don't know if she ever found peace. She was like a grandmother to me and I mourned her passing.There was another 97 year-old, Lillian, whom Gunter and I ministered to during a food ministry we were both in. She had been a missionary and a strong Christian. She was bent over due to crippling osteoporosis and had to sleep in a chair because she couldn't lie down. She was amazing she had such strong faith and so much joy despite her pain. She even gave Gunter and I a special word from God on our last visit to her, and she passed away a few days after that. We have never forgotten her, and we look forward to seeing her again in Heaven. The others to whom we delivered food, were just happy to have someone come visit them. They are so lonely, and often forgotten, in these nursing homes. Our little Brownie troop is adopting a nursing home in our area so that we can spread a little joy and be blessed by them in return.Keep doing what you're doing, Jonathan. There are a lot of lonely people out there whom others have forgotten.

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this in About Last Night to Rob Lowe (Dan). Dan was broken-hearted and went into hiidng, starting his own restaurant and his best friend came to see him and delivered that fantastic line!!!!

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So sorry to hear the passing of your Grandfather! Glad to hear you are home safe and sound and it will take some time to get back to a rgaluer routine! Take it easy and be well!

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O no! I've been away from reading a bit since I was too busy but this is just tbreirle, tbreirle news. My heart goes out to you and your family. Wishing you strength in these difficult times!

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AKAIK yovu'e got the answer in one!

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I'm impressed by your writing. Are you a professional or just very kngaeedolwble?

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Lord, give these grieving failmy members comfort and love and give them the strength to bear this deep and tragic loss. May your love and peace surround them and may you carry them in your hands.

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Oh Donalyn I am so, so sorry to hear of this. Please know that you, your brother and your falmiy are in our thoughts and prayers God bless you and carry you thru this darkest of times Blessings

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My sympathies to you and your famliy. Thank goodness you are traveling to them. In spite of the flight I know that you will all find comfort in being together during this tragic time.

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Oh gosh, my heart goes out to you, honey. I just lost my father a month ago. Our thhugots and prayers are with you holler if there's anything at all we can do for you. +Jessie

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I am glad that you returned home saelfy from your BIG trip. I can't wait to hear about the trip! It also must be difficult to accept the passing of your grandfather, too! Take you time to recover.... Sending hugs!!

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I was wondering if you went. Hoping, and thinikng you probably did. For support. As there are not many who can truely relate. I thought of you that day, and everything came back to me of the night Shawn died. I'm so glad you're healing. Did you speak with his wife at all? Thinking of you always.

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wisdom teeth pulled out and then you fogret already to post your DT card????...poor girl....lol....it is such a beauty with my fav girl on it....I don't know the meaning of Deck the Halls...my dictionary will not help???Have a nice weekend!xxx Margreet

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Our family is so gaufetrl to Kelly for the great video that she had the forsight to capture when her grandparents were still in touch enough to share some of their memories and stories. It is a video that I will always treasure.

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Sad about his father AND he still gets back to work sagitrht away. He's amazing. I can't honestly for the life of me remember Wenger ever missing a game whether through a ban or sickness. He really is a manager to be proud of.

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Wisdom teeth?! Ouch - news about those things are never good!As for the card - goergous!! I love her green rimmed glasses, hehe. That challenge, using Kraft?! My perfect challenge - I'm in love with the stuff, I find it goes with everything, like, everything!!Lou. xo

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My deepest cdoenlonces to my people of st.lucia who has lost a love one in this terrible tradegy ..my heart goes out to each and everyone of you .and may you find solace in this time of utter sadness and remember there will be a new dawn .god bless

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I loved reading the talk you gave.The older I get, the more I rezliae how special it is to have these wonderful Grandparents in our lives before they passaway. I wish I could go back to my childhood and ask a MILLION questions to them regarding their life experience.

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Kelly, I've been thinking about you all week. Your talk was biauteful. It made me want to be a better sister and daughter and friend. I'm glad you shared your personal feelings. Now I can follow his example too. YOU ARE a good example. I'm sure he is proud of you.

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Hope you're feeling bteter soon, had mine out many years ago and still remember looking like a chipmonk. Fabulous card Lori, I love Gillian images and you did her justice with this gorgeous card. Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas and all the best for a Happy and healthy New YearLove Debsxxx

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This makes evihrtyeng so completely painless.

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That was a beautiful trbitue to your Grandpa. I also have a special grandpa like you. We are lucky girls. Reading your talk, it feels like they don't make men like they use to. He probably felt very blessed to have a granddaughter that loved him and really listened to his words. I'm glad today is over for you.

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The Ministry of Education has taken steps to make counseling sevceris available to the students of the affected schools Through the international project Youth for Road Safety,YOURS, we will be pleased to extend this program to our beloved people of St. Lucia in this difficult and sad time in their lives. Please contact us immediately.President UETFThe University Engineering Technology Fraternity(868) 762-9109(868) 673-2350Trinidad

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To all the relatives and fednris of those who were involved in the tragic mini bus incident on Thursday; Just know that we fellow London St Lucian's are thinking of you and mourning your loss in support at this very sad time.It is a great thing that the country has pulled together to mark this deeply sad occasion, may the country rise from this stronger and wiser.

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Umm, are you really just giving this info out for notihng?

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I've been thinking about you all day. You're eerailr post sent me thinking about my own Grandpa's goodbye and funeral two years ago. I've been thinking about the influence of our Grandpa's in our lives.The picture you posted of him as a young man reminds me of you. I guess we each carry a little something of our Grandparents with us, whether in looks, memories, stories or love. Its comforting to have them in our lives.

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A weekend of mirunong for the victims of that tragedy is an admirable thing for the government to do. Counselling for those affected is fine and I applaud the government, but what next? Is that going to be the only response or are they going to get up already and put some measure in place to prevent another such occurrence? Of course accidents will happen, but some sort of guardrail in such high risk areas are imperative. It is really time for reflection on how our tax dollars are spent Our people need to be protected..our government and people need to take a closer look. Mourning our loss is not good enough.Shall we try to prevent mirunong of such magnitude in the future?

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I hope it was a wonderful day- it suodns like it was. I can't believe you had to talk- that is a tall order. I bet you did a stellar job.I remember that the day of my grandma's funeral (almost 3 years ago) was tiring but wonderful. The funeral was incredible and after we'd all had food and a nap the girls (aunts, cousins) gathered in her room and went through her clothes and things. We talked and remembered sweet or funny things about Grandma. One of the best moments is when I caught Grandpa watching us- he had the biggest smile on his face. I knew he was thinking about how happy it was making Grandma to watch us all together.

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Michele,Your thoughts and feglnies are beautiful. Until I lost my dad, I didn't know how profound the loss of a parent is. Now that he is gone, I miss him so much-it just leaves me heartbroken. I know your Mom is so happy for you and the wonderful life you have built with Mike and the girls.

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Yes and for a lot of the same reasons you sttead. I don't think though looking back that anyone would feel less of you. Reverse the roles and if you would feel comfortable with a good buddy of your's not attending a funeral then don't feel bad. Celebrate his life in another way. Or visit his grave in a few weeks (if possible)References : Was this answer helpful?

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All of us in the Groundswell community are sandeded by Michael's passing away, but we continue to be inspired by his quick wit and easy laugh. I love how Michael was so human and down to earth an example for us all! I never did manage to get him to Ecuador In honor of his memory, let's take those aspects of his personality with us in our daily living and being.

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I agree with Hollins. It looks like there may be a silent munity against Kobe, or some kind of weird synergy thing .as in, if you dont pass me the ball, im not playing defense or rebounding. When kobe is shooting a billion times a game he tends not to play defense too. His teammates have to be noticing this. Kobe is so stubborn he has to be stopped; the lakers should be so much more fun to watch.

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I was recently sent a YouTube of National Shag Dancing chpoaimnships in N.C. and have been hooked! Love the footwork amazing and entertaining! Need to start up a club here in da U.P. of Michigan!

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No doubt you will be busier than ever Hammie! While it's sad to see you dreapt from your creation it will be nice to hear more from Hammie;-) I really look forward to that!Best of luck Hammie! xx Jazzy

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I was recently sent a YouTube of National Shag Dancing Championships in N.C. and have been hoeokd! Love the footwork amazing and entertaining (ala Clogging). Someone needs to start up a club here in da U.P. of Michigan! Good stuff!

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Oiiii amiga, super obrigada pelo comenmt carinhoso le1 no meu cantinho. Foi muito bom conhecea-la esse ano, mesmo que virtualmente. Espero que nesse novo ano possamos estreitar ainda mais nossos lae7os de amizade, vc e9 muito especial.Feliz 2009 e tudo de melhor pra vc, sempre!Bjobjo

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I know you're not going to be having a quiet rexaling retirement, rather will be manically busy with the Grace App and family :) Sorry to see you leave the helm but know that Jen will do a Sterling job trying to fill your dainty choos xxx

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i am so sorry. if he lived that long he must have had a very happy and fulfilling life.thank y so much for your loelvy comment. that is one of me last year at a distant cousin's wedding. have a great new year and all the best for '09. xxx =)

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Sorry to see you take a back seat Hammie, but I'm looking froward to having Jen steer the ship too.It's impossible sometimes to keep all our balls in the air (I'm know I'm really juvenile, but I really want to make a rude joke right now)...so enjoy your retirement. I shall courier some horlicks and a zimmer frame to you XXX

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Kathi, I'm sorry about what happened on Wednesday, beacsue it obviously can be a hard thing to go through, but the best thing is to keep doing the best you can, to be the best sort of person you can be, beacsue that is when you do it best.Keep on pushing for what you want and best wishes. You're doing great and you're a real light in peoples lives. .Matt

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Again, I'm so sorry to hear of Paul's dad passing. I'm glad the kids were able to make it with you and Paul! Times like that remnid us how fragile life can be and how important it is to say I love you or to give a hug and/or even a friendly smile!!!That is a great family photo! Family IS so important!!!!That pasta looks awesome!Will continue to keep you all in my prayers!

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Welcome back, Tracy!I'm glad you had a restful vaoctian - and I'm glad you're back too :) Looking forward to your next posts and to seeing your latest work.

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Steven, I am afraid if I take two weeks off, then I will never come back and I am not quite ready to do THAT yet. Plus, I would lose my spot in the blgoegr show!But you are right. Our vacation was lovely, partly because I wasn't looking at the dang computer everyday....Thanks Tim, I am back now, and it was a really nice vacation. I will post about it in a few days.

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What does it matter? I'm OUTTA HERE I ralely don't care if someone took my body and whizzed on it. It's being eaten by worms, bacteria, and fungus. I'm DEAD.

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wisdom teeth pulled out and then you fegort already to post your DT card????...poor girl....lol....it is such a beauty with my fav girl on it....I don't know the meaning of Deck the Halls...my dictionary will not help???Have a nice weekend!xxx Margreet

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Plan not plane what you would wear, if you want to be buried or crteaemd.What music to play and who you want to speak.I would even mention any one you do not want to speak.How you want to be remembered is important too.

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Wisdom teeth?! Ouch - news about those things are never good!As for the card - gurgeoos!! I love her green rimmed glasses, hehe. That challenge, using Kraft?! My perfect challenge - I'm in love with the stuff, I find it goes with everything, like, everything!!Lou. xo

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Just got my life changing Kindle. I love it. I have first ceptahrs of books stacked up-its like snacking until you find what you really want for dinner. I even reread Wilkie Collins' The Lady in White.Can't wait for the next pop-up.XXX0000

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Hope you're feeling betetr soon, had mine out many years ago and still remember looking like a chipmonk. Fabulous card Lori, I love Gillian images and you did her justice with this gorgeous card. Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas and all the best for a Happy and healthy New YearLove Debsxxx

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I'll bet I'm going to be doing a lot more reading of clscisas on the Kindle. Browsing through free ebook sites will remind me of things I've always wanted to read.P+J is going splendidly, right up to the moment when I have to engineer all the neat tricks I want to do. Making movements cross the fold is the toughest part.

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That's a very nice speech, but it shloud be obvious by now that Obama is creating more of the divisiveness you lament rather than less.Again, the victim went to the police with her friend which prompted a police report. Read the facts in the sources before spinning wild theories. At least be informed.It's not just the attacker that is the focus of the story. It is the shocking behavior of Obama supporters in act after recent act (see links). This has all happened since Obama told you to get in their faces.

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get in their faces to millions you can bet your ruupms that some will take it literally.Your inability to learn the facts that are even displayed on this thread would lead me to beleive that you couldnt do any better a job solving this case.Ya know, just maybe the guy was hip to the camera, and he might of carved it from other than a frontal position or reversed on purpose. And if he had a knife, why did he punch and beat her instead of using the knife? Gee, maybe he didnt want to kill her ?I dont know whos telling the truth here but all these self proclaimed Sherlock Holmes are cracking me up.You're all as loopy as you claim the victim to be.

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My buddy gets paid to hand out leaflets for the Democrats. He does so bsceuae he needs the money. But he supports McCain in secret. Today, his boss forced him to go vote while on the clock with the rest of their employees. She gave them all a list of who they should vote for. They were all expected to do so. He went into the booth to vote. One of his bosses was lurking around behind him. He felt intimidated. That is what this election is all about for Obama. Intimidation. Get in your face and intimidate you. Even fellow Republicans I know speak weakly about their party around Dems. It's sickening.

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that the guy robbed her and THEN saw the buepmr sticker and attacked her.But the story suspect.1) the B is backwards on her face (like it was done in a mirror?).2) it was not cut into her face, it was scratched on.3) she REFUSED medical treatment (which would have forced her to file a police report, and filing a false report is a crime)4) No witness' at all what-so-ever. Just her description of the standard dark skinned black man. It is clearly a hox by desperate McCain supporters. I never seen a knife leave SCRATCH marks. And look at how neat it is. If a big, scary black man was scratching up her face with a knife, do you think she’d be sitting still and posing for it?

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What else you could say would best be factual. What Obama suroprteps love to do is turn problems into opportunities to attack John McCain, hence as this woman suffers you turn it into some sort of political opportunity to score points with your sudden magnanimity while ignoring Barack's duplicity.The kill him report was proven to be false by the secret service after an investigation. There is one report of one monkey at one Palin rally, and here you go creating a moral equivalence between that and brutally violent behavior including shootings, threats, arson, and this poor disfigured woman. Suggest read the comment policy before continuing since you will learn this is not a forum for spreading propaganda. Note this thread is about a violent attack by an Obama supporter on a young woman, and more generally about violence by Democrats this year. Restrict further comments to the topic.

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I'm sorry but I'm calling bull on this story.And I'm sanyig it as an Independant and a Nader supporter, so don't even scream Obama supporter, kay?Now, first of all it's the McCain camp that's been hostile, and the McCain/Palin team that's been smiling as terrorist and kill him have been shouted right next to them. So let's not call the kettle black, hm?Second, Get in their faces' is not exactly an easily misunderstood phrase. Everyone knows what it means to be assertive. Trying to imply that he somehow was trying to incite violence or that it was misunderstood or that he's at all responsible is simply dishonest.Third, the story is absolute bunk. The B is backwards and was probably carved in a mirror. There were no witnesses, and the dialogue' that he was apparently sanyig, according to her, was *extremely* stiff and unrealistic. Any writer would spot that as amateur dialogue. And that he had a knife so was likely a gangster or some sort of criminal yet apparently spoke stiffly and grammatically correct and enunciated(as someone who's been around gang members I can tell you never happens)That it was not videotaped while she was *at an ATM* is also incredibly suspicious. And if he had a knife, why did he punch and beat her instead of using the knife? The fact that it is her word against his, and that her story is very suspect, leads me to believe the story is absolute bull.

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If I conuemicatmd I could thank you enough for this, I'd be lying.

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McCain :At the very least, you should crecrot your story to be factual, as opposed to injecting fiction. As shown by the photo, the B is NOT bloody. It did not break skin, so it's not carved , it's scratched. Is there a difference? Yes. Is it still wrong? Absolutely.The You're with McCain quote. Where is your source? No other outlets are noting that and it is not in the statement from the police or any other site reporting this incident. Your link does not have the quote. Can you show it from a news source? Also, none of the report state that she was pinned to the ground.Likening it to the holocaust? Really? A horrendous act of genocide and extermination vs. one random, terrible act?There are some discrepancies in her story. I'm not saying she's a liar. I'm saying that some things don't add up. I think the statements by Mike B. are more than fair.As to your other points about Obama feeding divisiveness, can you show any real examples? Yes, you have the one video of Obama supporters yelling and booing McCain supporters in NY, but what examples do you have of Obama sewing division? As opposed to McCain and Palin at their rallies? As opposed to McCain's surrogates talking about real America and pro-American areas of the country? Living in SF, I guess that would be an anti-American part of the country?Where are the videos of Obama supporters saying outright lies about McCain and calling him terrible things? They don't exist. Where are the videos of McCain supporters saying Obama is a terrorist, he's a Muslim, he's a n*gger ? Go to YouTube. You say to be informed. You should take your own advice. See the FACTS. There's idiots on both sides of the fence. But don't lump EVERYONE into the same category. Most Obama supporters are intelligent and concerned about the ISSUES, just like most McCain supporters. Remember the phrase Don't let a few bad apples spoil the whole bunch?

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Best of luck. In the future, may I suseggt using Avast! anti-virus. It has performed far better than the "old standard," Norton Symantec, in recent years. I don't know what you're using now, but I thought I'd throw it out there.

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Its like you read my mind! You appear to know a lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or somnthieg. I think that you could do with a few pics to drive the message home a little bit, but instead of that, this is wonderful blog. An excellent read. I'll certainly be back.

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Dagnabbit! The plot seemed to be adnincavg to a crucial turning point. I suppose we have no choice but to wait. My reaction so far is that the analysis seems correct, and also gels with the concept of reification, which is really just a broader application of Feuerbach's discussion of "species-being" and religion as an alienation from it. We see impersonal roles and relations, where in fact there are humans making choices in relationships.

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The form of this poem is engaging. There is a poem wtiihn a poem that emerges through the visual devices employed by the poet. If the reader reads only what is in the parentheses, the likely thoughts of the family are revealed:(Her tomboy taunts are stilled.)/to find the End of Days./She christens Armagedon with her wounds.)/(and grace)/(If thin* mistakes have tipped her towards her doom,/they will not hedge her death's audacity.) (bloomed, conceived no more or less of hope than she./Their end adheres our time to time's mortality.)How dare she die be killed expressed with somber pathos!The remainder of the poem are the sentiments of the Pentagon writing the letter:No note of praise/that I might shape could lull your shock or gloom./Your daughter fell./ She cooled to mercy under desert rain./She gave no cry. How could she ambushed so?/We know she died before a slingshot pain/ afforded her the spur to show a courage pledged in comaraderie./The fanatic, from whose belt ball bearings reciprocity.*The very clever form conveys that war is war reciprocity the bottom line. She died quickly in an ambush. She didn't suffer. She had no opportunity to demonstrate any more courage.*thin and reciprocity crossed out in poem.The subtle and effective rhyme is wonderful: e.g. audacity, reciprocity; rain, pain; doom, bloomed; and several more really musical.I admire the economy of language and effectiveness of form in this poem.

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She was hoping the guy would apepar at the funeral again. If you answered this correctly, you think like a psychopath. This was a test by a famous American Psychologist used to test if one has the same mentality as a killer.Many arrested serial killers took part in the test and answered the question correctly.If you didn't answer the question correctly, good for you.

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I think TSC is right.But also, Im assuing this women has more memerbs in the family, so she could have killed any of them to obtain the number.But the fact that she killed her sister was because she was probably jealous of her sister..her sister was probably more attractive..and the lady had a fear that the man would fall in love with his sister..

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This is lovely Heather It's one of those thngis that terrifies me, but I'm acutely aware that my husband is a lot older than me. There's no guarantees in life of who will lose who first, but I do think of it and I would want my wonderful boy to be remembered at his funeral as the one who could say any word or phrase you threw at him backwards, without any hesitation. That he was the best story teller, and every night we're together, he tells me stories before we go to sleep, about the most random thngis, such as the man with his never ending custard pot (!). That his sock drawer is a thing of beauty and a joy to behold, yet he is the messiest man I know; and that his kindness and love have made my life worth living.Oh.And that he could fart and belch himself into orbit if he set his mind to it. And we don't have a dog to blame.Paula xxx

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im starting to lsiten to H.I.M and there music is making me have some emmotions i have not felt in a long timei can say that the band is better than the music of others bands

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im sorry if this sounds shloalw- i heard that HIM is a satanic band, is that true??im definitely not bashing their music, i love this band, and the information wont change that. im only trying to clear this up.

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well the person who told me used join me as an eapmxle saying that it was all about killing themselves for satan or some crap like that. thanks for clearing it up, though :) now i can tell them to get bent, lol

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mistake in the lyric : 3:15 no bringing word to the qouitsen why because three little word and a qouitsen why because three little wors = i love you and a qouitsen =why capise?

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I know people have plroabby already pointed this out, but until you make an annotation fixing it I feel obligated to do so.At 3:12 it should be The heretic seal beyond divine, pray to a god who's deaf and blind. The last rites for souls on fire, three little words and a question why.

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I always call the flwoer shop and give them my price range then order a seasonal bouquet. It will be more reasonable in price and look better for the price you want to pay. It will be cheaper if you take it yourself sometimes people even want a live flwoer. I think flwoer shops in my area have a $25 limit for delivery.

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Wisewebwoman ~~ I can't stomach much of the comntmeary defending assault weapons and extension of gun use - before becoming nauseous. As I've just commented elsewhere, sometimes I feel as though I'm living in an asylum!Thanks for the good wishes, WWW - and same back atcha, warmly with some pretty, sparkly tinkling bells on - and a big hug.! ;-)

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I too am sorry to hear about your loss. I felt the same way when my great grandmother psaesd away. She might have been nearing a 100 and using a walker, but she continued to rush around and was just so full of life that her sudden decline and death took us all by shock.I'm sure your grandfather is able to see your message here and misses you just as much.

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James Higham ~~ Thank you, James. I hope your Christmas is happy, warm and peaceful too.Thanks for the link - I wetahcd the video. It relates to the "Fast & Furious" thing, it's not 100% relevant to the current issues, but I can see a veiled implication. We'd be getting deep into into conspiracy theory territory with that, in order to link it to the Newtown tragedy. I'm not keen to go there - not today.

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mike ~~ Craziness! Paranoia.Yes, agreed, the US isn't alone in dleiang with societal ills, cruelty, inhumanity. The difference here is that the worst of it COULD be curbed - not eliminated, but curbed if the will to do so existed. This is the test.I dare not say this to anyone outside of this blog, because I do not enjoy being ridiculed by those who are blinkered, but I do believe that our position in the solar system endows us with a good amount of aggressive instinct, enough to survive the challenges of man's very earliest days, and possibly the reason why the trait wasn't faded out in evolution over many thousands of centuries. We're also endowed with traits to counteract the aggressive instincts, though. Teachers through the ages have tried to show us how to do this, but their teachings have been hi-jacked by other organisations who have used them to profit and gain control. Sigh.

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let them kill with tomatoes. Let them bring belbaasl bats, knives, even machetes a mob can deal with that.There is no excuse for the propagation of these weapons. They are not guaranteed or protected by our constitution. If they were, then we could all run out and purchase a tank, a grenade launcher, a bazooka, a SCUD missile and a nuclear warhead. We could stockpile napalm and chemical weapons and bomb-making materials in our cellars under our guise of being a militia.These weapons are military weapons. They belong in accountable hands, controlled hands and trained hands. They should not be in the hands of private citizens to be used against police, neighborhood intruders or people who don't agree with you. These are the weapons that maniacs acquire to wreak murder and mayhem on innocents. They are not the same as handguns to help homeowners protect themselves from intruders. They are not the same as hunting rifles or sporting rifles. These weapons are designed for harm and death on big scales.

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Twilight, you've probably been renaidg what I read. I'm fascinated that gun sales and ammo are through-the-roof right now, as a response to the recent shooting. It's Christmas and I guess these weapons make fabulous gifts for themselves, family, and friends. Better grab them while they can! I read that the USA has an estimated 200 million guns in distribution currently (probably just increased by a million or two)...lawd knows how many rounds of ammunition are out there.Other countries have their problems, too...maybe not guns, per se. I'm just as saddened by the recent disclosure from India about the five guys that raped a young woman, then threw her from the bus...she's in critical condition. Syria's Assad assaulting his citizenry with scud rockets. Yes, I could go on and on, but you get my point.We humans are pitiful reflections of the cosmic. Maybe it's like you have stated, Twilight, Earth's position amongst the other planets and our Sun...maybe we humans have to suffer through this, because of some unknown affliction. Or as in the story of Lucifer, we simply have to become sick and tired of our separation from the divine before we can assimilate our way back to the creator.

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He can't go against a court order. Take your daghetur and leave for two weeks. When you get back deal with it. No parent should use their child(ren) for a club to harm the other spouse. I take it both of you have joint custody or did he get custody and you have visitation You can always consult with a lawyer who specializes in these matters.

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You mention that you have joint legal cdostuy of the child.Because of this, he is not entitled to any information as to your travel plans. If you are supposed to pick up the child at 10 AM on a specific Saturday (for example), that's all he needs to know and he'd be required by law to have the child ready to go by that time.So if he refuses to let you see your child, go immediately to the court and file a grievance with the judge. Since your two weeks was court ordered, his refusal is legally contempt of court and interference with parental rights. He could have some serious repercussions for not allowing you to have your court ordered two weeks.

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If this is your best friend, prbsumaely you knew his/her grandfather as well and would be mourning his loss. Why don't you ask your friend for guidance in this: Would you like me to come to the funeral and/or wake? If you wouldn't feel comfortable at the funeral, perhaps you could offer to help set up the food where the wake is.

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Go to the wake, go to the funeral, go to both or go to niehter one. It's not any more or less proper to skip either, or go to everything. Only you know how you feel and only you know which one you want to go to.Funerals and wakes are for the living; the guest of honor won't know whether you go or not. You can pay your respects to the family at any time before or after the funeral/wake if you so desire.

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I don't think it would be correct to go to the wake if you have not adnteted the funeral. Perhaps the best thing would be to ask your best friend if they want you to be there for support at each of the events and go with that. Personally I would be more likely to go to the funeral and not the wake than the other way around, you know, if I could only attend one and I had to choose. Otherwise I would do both.

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The funeral is for anydboy who feels they knew him well enough to want to pay their last respects. You certainly don't have to go, but only you know how well you knew him, and only you know how close you are to your friend.When my father died, there were DOZENS of people there who weren't even distant family; they just all wanted to be there. I'd say if you don't feel you ought to be there, then you shouldn't go, but don't not go just because you think funerals are more for family they aren't.If you're worried about the funeral, not sure what to do or how to behave, don't be: it's recognised that many people at a funeral may never have been at a similar service, and the minister or whoever will tell you all when to sit or stand or pray or sing. BTW, you shouldn't assume you'll sit with your friend: unless she or her parents actually ask you to join them, they will normally sit at the front in seats reserved for the family, and you should just find a seat halfway back.If you do go, wear decent darkish clothing, no need to be in deep black, and just do what everybody else does. You don't have to go: but you might be glad later if you do.Take tissues and wear waterproof mascara.

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I must say, Green Infidel, that you have the makings of a good bpmuer sticker here."2 Important 2 Ride With Others""2 Important 2 Take The Train""2 Important to Share With U"et & cetera...hope people can come up with better ones.

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This is an awesome piece, and a woudnrfel performance!! How long have you been playing, because you are really really good?!! Also, do you know where I might find the sheet music for this? I have been looking everywhere :) Thanks for the video!

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Papa --Dymphna's not feeling well, and went to bed, but I took a look at the HTML on the post. She evtilndey included the link, but left it without any link text, so it couldn't be found.I adjusted it to include text, so refresh your page to see the clickable link.

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That's a smart answer to a tricky quteoisn

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Unless there are back taxes or payments owed, I think that the niece shluod. If the others would like to help, that would be great, but she is the one who has benefited financially. If she can't afford it, and other's won't help, then she can sell the property to fund the funeral.

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Desmond Morgan, head chef of Johannesburg's five-star Michelangelo Hotel, where world leaders and other VIP deaegltes stayed for the 'save the planet' gathering. Morgan told how he had stocked up an extraordinary array of delicacies and fine wines--including 5,000 oysters, 1,000 lbs of lobster, buckets of caviar and pate d foie gras, 4,400 lbs of filet steak and chicken breasts--to insure his guests would want for nothing.The $50-million summit--aimed at combating hunger, poverty and pollution--was centered around Sandton, the most exclusive suburb in all of Africa, with streets lined with expensive restaurants, gated villas and gleaming shopping malls. During the week 80,000 bottles of mineral water were drunk, while an estimated 6,000 African children were dying daily from diseases caused by contaminated water. [emphasis added]How about the Here's an amazingly inconvenient truth: the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference is being held at the Bali International Convention Centre, "a truly beautiful tropical island paradise...home to the island's most luxurious hotel and resort." Maybe more important, press representatives are almost guaranteed to ignore the amount of carbon dioxide needlessly expelled by all the plane flights that might not have occurred if the meeting was held at UN headquarters in New York ... [emphasis added]Bali, half way around the world from where these bureaucratic wankers spend their working hours farting through silk. Bali, whose tiny is so small that:... the large number of additional private charter flights expected in Bali during the UN Conference on Climate Change (UNFCCC) December 3-15, 2007, will exceed the carrying capacity of apron areas. To meet the added demand for aircraft storage officials are allocating "parking space" at other airports in Indonesia.The 3 parking areas can only accommodate 15 planes, which means that some of the jets used by VIP delegations will only be allowed to disembark and embark their planes in Bali with parking provided at airports in Surabaya, Lombok, Jakarta and Makassar. [emphasis added]

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Laine, Chris, Megan and AlyssaMarch 18, 2013Our deepest sthmhaypy's are with Brian's family and everyone that knew him. It's so incredibly tragic and sad when someone so young passes away so suddenly. We're very sorry.

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MinaMarch 13, 2013I was so happy to see him recover from his inrujy. Even more, seeing him back at gym . I will never forget the your innocent face with that beautiful smile. You will always be in our hearts; you maybe gone, but never forgotten!

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sarah hoggeMarch 12, 2013Brian was like a big brother to me and its so hard to see him gone. I know crinyg myself to sleep every night wint help . I just know that as a family we can stay strong. I may have had to leave to a different gym but you guys r still my family abd so is he. He is my prayers and so is his family.

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We are sorry to learn about the death. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends. May the wonderful memories live forever in your hearts.

- Rebecca Phipps & Kevin Deasy


I am so sorry. I will miss my uncle Albert. He is in a lot of my childhood memories. Wish I could have come for the funeral. I love you all!

- Linda Gibson


My condolences to the Baker family. May you find comfort from God's word at Ecclesiastes 9:5&10 regarding the loss of your loved one. It show how she is in no pain, she is like in a deep sleep, hoping to be in God's memory so that she may be brought back to life, for all those in his memory, he will bring back to life. Yes, you may see Ms. Lelia again doing what she loved and you enjoying her again. Please find some comfort from this, you and your family, during your difficult days ahead and time of need.

- Mary Miller


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

- Mike Least


Frankie and family,
We are saddened to hear of your loss. We know that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. We pray that God send you all peace and comfort to get you through this. If you need us we are just over the hill..

- Kenny and Sandra Kelley


I'm so sorry to hear of Albert's passing. I wish I had been able to spend more time with him. What time I did get to spend with him was always a pleasure. I used to always look closely at the MEOC buses when I'd pass them to see if it was Albert. He, as well as the rest of the family that I've met, will always hold a special place in my heart.

- Terry Coffey


My deep and heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your dear husband. I was so shocked to hear of his passing and want you to know how very sorry I am.

I didn't know your husband very well, but from all you told me he was a loving husband and good father.

Your children are such shining examples of the great job that both of you did in raising them. They will always be a constant reminder of his love and influence on them.

I pray that God will give you the strength to see you through this sad and difficult time. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all.

Please extend our sympathy to your wonderful family. You are all in our hearts and minds.
With Love & Sympathy,
Shane&Heather Herron

- Shane&Heather Herron


We were so sorry to hear of Scottie's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you say goodbye. I hope that your good thoughts and happy memories will help to carry you through the hard times ahead. May God help to ease your pain.

- Bobby and Tina Akers


Scotty and I were friends in high school. He always had a smile and something witty to say. I always enjoyed his company and am very sad to hear of his passing. I'm sorry that we never kept in touch after graduating but am certain we will meet again in Heaven some day. My family and I will continue to keep his family in our prayers.

- Kenny Fleming, Virgie KY


Colton,

Sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Just want you to know that you and your family are in my prayers during this difficult time.

Mike Edmonds
Principal, BCMS

- Mike Edmonds


Prayers for your family so very sorry for your loss. Shelby Valley Class of 92.

- Kimberly Wright Anderson


Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for your loss. May God be with you during this difficult time.

- Lisa Bentley


Sorry is such a small word at a time like this si I will just say that I love you guys and am here if you need me.

- Janice Johnson


May GOD Bless You and keep you wrapped in his loving arms.

- Judy Potter


You are in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for you loss.

- Sheila Rhodes


Tabitha, You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

- Brenda Hughes


- carolyn bloomer


Sharon Was A Special Lady. My Thoughts And Prayers Are With Your Family.

- Anita Wade


So sorry for this loss of life, for the loss for Tony and Eric's mom. I pray for comfort for the family during this difficult time.

- Jenny Chapman


We are sorry for your loss. It is always difficult to lose those we love, but we always have our wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Maude, Barbara (Wood) and Rubye Barker

- Rubye Barker


Rest in peace Squish. My condolences to the entire family, though I hadn't gotten to see Scott in quite sometime he was a great friend and person.

- John Hurd


Judy/Glen/Amy

I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I have many fond memories of the great times that Scott and I had as kids growing up together in Rolling Hills. I hope through all the great times and happy memories such as this you can find peace and strength to push forward through this difficult time. My thoughts are with you and your family.

- Josh Riddle


Dear Scott,
There are so many things I was never able to tell you. I remember all those days of us running the streets of St. Paul when we were in school..... I loved and miss those days. I also remember how we first got to know each other..... Remember Bays Mountain in 9th grade and we held hands and for days after that we talked on the phone for hours at a time. I made the wrong choice, Scott, I should have chosen you at that time.
I remember sitting next to you during graduation and how we talked. I also remember us having the " coolest" cars in high school. No one could come close to beating us.
If I had known what was going on I would have been right there. I swear I would have and we would have gotten you better.
I love you, Scott, love Leslie

- Leslie Blevins Hamilton


Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. You will be missed.

- Michael Bradley


Judy, Amy, Mary, Betty and families, I have you all in my thoughts and prayers. May God send an angle with wings of comfort and strength to carry you through this time of grief.

- Peggy Statzer Fannon


Judy, sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

- brandy prater


sorry to hear about your lost

- jason harvey


sorry to hear of your loss may the lord bless you in this trying times

- jack and judy kelly


Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. We remember Scott from our Cub Scout days in St. Paul.

- Sam & Robin Blevins


Glen and Judy, so sorry to here of your loss. Please know we have you in our thoughts and prayers.

- Billy/Dorothy Vencill/Patty Vencill Carter


To Scott's Family: We are so very sorry to learn of Scott's passing. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

- J.D. and Janice Cassell


Glen and Judy,

My heartfelt condolences and prayers go to you and your family. I pray that you receive comfort as memories of Scott come to mind.

Lynn

- Lynn Austin Shupe


Gerald, I'm sure going to miss you and I know your brother will. You were the best brother in law. You watched me grow up and I loved you kidding around with me. I will never forget you. I know you are with Edna and your mom and dad now. Give them a hug for me and Jim. I know that you are not suffering now. Thank you for always being there for my family. Love you.

- Tricia Peters


Judy and Glen: so sorry to hear about the passing of Scott.
I pray that God wraps his arms around you and you find peace in the many memories I know you have.
You will be in my thoughts and prayers~

- Patricia Atkins


I am sorry for the families loss. Scott was a great guy. Went all through school with him and lost touch after until a few months ago when I got to catch up with him. He will be missed.

- Danny Hamilton


My thoughts and Prayers are with you, Glenn and Judy. I feel like I have lost a brother. Scott was very special friend and he will be truly missed by many. If I can do anything please let me know. I think of him often, I'm surrounded here at my home, with great childhood memories of Scott and I. I just wish, I could have told him how special his friendship was to me. A friendship that can never be replaced with another. I loved him dearly. I love you all.

Sonya

- Sonya Holbrook Meade


Judy and Glenn so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers.

- Katherine stallard


We will miss you Aunt Jean. Our prayers are with you Jerry (Dad), Mom, Donna, family and friends. May God comfort you all in this time of loss. God needed another angel and he called a beautiful one home. All our love, Trisha and Shawn

- Patricia & Shawn Otto


So sorry for your loss.

- tina hamilton falin


so sorry about bobby jean.she was my daughter mary friend every since first grade.bobby was a big part of our lives..bobby was a big ray of sunshine.she always had a big smile on her beautiful face.she will never be missed.she is going to make a beautiful angel.rip beautiful angel.see you one day.

- mildred kern mullis


Rest in peace Love ya like a sister

- PhillipMeade


Steve, Steve & Brandy
I can only imagine what you are going through. I want you to know that we are praying for you and love you very much. You guys have been through so much and. I know The Lord will help you through this as well. Lean on Jesus!

Aunt Bobbie Jean, you will be missed and are loved very much!!!

Joshua & Melissa Grimes

- Joshua Grimes


Prayers for the family. So sorry for your loss.


Chris & Teresa

- Chris & Teresa Newsome


I'd like to express my thanks to Gilliam funeral home for their services with my fathers service.

- Shane Chandler


Many years ago....the January of 1970...I stayed one month with the Bush family in Appalacia as part of a college study program I attended in Big Stone Gap. Thomas was a fun and polite kid at the time...and I was very fond of him and his many sisters....and his most wonderful Mother.
My prayers and best wishes will be sent upon hearing this sad news.
I wish you all peace in these times after his passing.
Joan Knothe

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With deepest sympathy to Mary Molly's family.
Mary Molly and I were childhood friends when I was growing up in the Touraine near Carmines. We played at the back of the Touraine and along the alley and such adventures did we have. Mary Molly had a wonderful sense of imagination and was ready at a moments notice to take off on any adventure.
She was a fun person to be around and I'll not forget all the fun and good times we had together.
Best wishes.

- Linda Burdette Rose


So sorry to hear about your Aunt Cindy. Many prayers for you and your family.

- Tammy Hulsey


I was sorry to learn of the passing of Ms. Carliss V. Earley. . . We have many fond memories of her teaching our children in the fourth grade in Marion, VA.

Blessings,
Fran Ferguson & Family,

- Mrs. Frances D. Ferguson


I have such fond memories of Miss Early. She was my fourth grade teacher in Marion, and I have always told my friends that she had the talent of instilling in her students a love of reading. She always had such wonderful stories to tell and I especially remember how special it was to listen to ballads on the old record player.

I became a teacher and the last time I saw her was after she retired when she visited my classroom to bring a picture of that fourth grade class. I was honored to get to introduce her to my class.

Sincere sympathy is extended to her family.

- Charlene Jones Burnop


You will be missed very much. Sonya you were and always be the love of my life. I will see you in Heaven one day.

- Dan Craft


Carliss will be greatly missed. When she & Don's mother Ruth shared a room at Baysmont in late 2009, we loved to hear all her stories. Don's favorite was about the "shack rouster". We always looked forward to seeing her.

May the Lord give you comfort as you remember her and all her stories.

- Don & Shirley Walters


It was my privilege to work with Carliss Earley at Marion Intermediate School for many years. She was such a conscientious and dedicated teacher who commanded respect from her pupils. You could always depend upon Carliss to do her job thoroughly and all to be done on schedule. Her service to the students surely stored rewards in Heaven. Enjoy your new home, Carliss!

- William Graybeal, Assistant Principal and Principal


MRS.GARDNER WAS A VERY SPECIAL LADY! SHE AND ALL HER CHILDREN MADE EACH PERSON WHO THEY CAME IN CONTACT WITH FEEL SPEICAL AND YOU ALWAYS LEFT WITH A SMILE ON YOUR FACE. MRS. GARDNER AND FAMILY ALSO COULD LIFT YOUR SPIRIT EVEN WHEN THEY WERE HAVING A ROUGH TIME. MY
HEART AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY. I KNOW
MY MOTHER WILL MISS ONE OF THE RHODA GIRLS WHO
WAS A VERY DEAR FRIEND AND ADMIRED BY ALL.
I AM TRULY BLESSED FOR GOD ALLOWING THIS FAMILY
TO HAVE BEEN A PART OF MY LIFE TIME.. HER LIFE GOES
ON THRU HER GREAT FAMILY.
DANA MCCOY
RICHMOND,VA.

- DANA MCCOY


Dear Vickie and Donald.

We were saddened to hear of your mother's passing. Know that you and your family will remain in our thoughts and prayers. We know you are comforted in the sure knowledge that she is now with her Heavenly Father and in a wonderful place where now no sickness or worry can touch her, and she can rejoice in her happiness and reunions. God bless you all, Linda & Steve, Columbia, SC

- Steve and Linda Tucker


One of our fondest memories of Marion Grammar School was being in Miss Earley's fourth grade class. She was strict, but also kind, and she let us know in no certain terms what an important part of our lives an education would have. We both returned to Marion as teachers, and at the beginning session of our county meetings, she gave a short devotion which we will always remember. She said if we didn't have butterflies the first day of school, we were in the wrong business. How true! We are saddened by her passing, but are truly thankful she was a part of our lives. Our sincere condolences to her family, Jim and Annette Scott, Marion, Va.

- Jim and Annette Scott


I wrote earlier and mistakenly wrote "Ms." instead of "Miss". I know Miss Earley would never have approved and neither do I.
So sorry.

- Carol Edmiston


Charlie taught with Ms. Earley at Marion Intermediate School for over 20 years. She was a great mentor for many younger teachers! My mother, Betty Tate, also taught 4rth grade at MIS. She and Ms. Earley would always go to the teachers' lounge and enjoy a small bottled Coca-Cola out of the machine and exchange their day's stories before going home. I'm sure her passing leaves an emptiness in your heart, but fill that void with all of your treasured memories and remember what a extra-ordinarily giving life she lived. We do here in Marion!

- Charlie and Carol Edmiston


Cotton, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. Please let us know if there is anything that we can do to assist you. May you have precious memories.

Sandra and Carolyn

- Sandra Jones/Carolyn Smith


To all the Gardner family,

So sorry about the loss of your dear sweet Mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May God ease your pain and sorrow.

- Tommy & Shirley Fisher


To all the Gardner family,

- Tommy & Shirley Fisher


Vickie, I was saddened about the passing of your mother. I had the pleasure of meeting both her and KoKo when you had the Business Division at your home for a get together several years ago. We had a great conversation. When my grandmother passed, while I was serving in the USAF during Vietnam, this verse brought me a great deal of comfort and I have always passed it on when some one I know has gone on to better things. I hope it helps you during this time. Psalms 116:15. Gods Peace to you and your family......jim

- jim bates


So sorry to hear of your loss. You will be in our hearts and prayers.

- Ronnie and Donnese Kern


We are so sorry for the loss of Decima. She will be missed!

Gennivee, Jeff, Lori, Ashley & Lilly Farmer

- Gennivee Farmer


Cotton, I was so sorry to read of Emma's passing this morning. Please except my condolences as I am unable to attend. She was a special friend especially when we were in school. Since our last names both started with L,we were always close in study hall.

With love and prayers

- Betty Myers


In this life that I have had it has been a blessing to have an aunt like Aunt Des. She was such a loving and wonderful person. I always loved going to her house. She was always cooking when you went no matter when it was. She would say, "you want to eat?" and if you said no she would say, "now if you leave here hungry it's your own fault." let's just say I never left her house hungry. Des had one of the sweetest spirits I have ever known. I know that when she crossed over there were so many loved ones waiting on her. I can feel the joy she felt as they held her and said welcome home. That joy leaves a warm spot in my soul knowing that when it is my time i will see them all again. God Bless you Aunt Des....precious, precious angel... love you, Sam

- Niece-Sam Wells


- Niece-Sam Wells


We are very sorry for your loss. Des was such a beautiful, happy person who always made us feel so welcome when we would visit during the holidays. Her smile made us feel like we were the only people in the room. We will truly miss her. Our prayers go out to the entire family.

- Larry and Marcia Brooks


I never saw your mama that she didn't have a smile on her face and a kind word to say...I'm very sorry for your loss...you will all be in my thoughts and prayers...............

- Denise Ireson Lester


My thoughts and prayers are with you! May God comfort and keep you! I love you all dearly! May God touch your hearts and give you the Peace that Passes All Understanding!

- Lisa Sexton Oaks


Cotton, Buddy and Vickie,
So sorry to hear about the passing of Aunt Des, Our hearts are broken,.we all know that she is with Uncle Lowell and the rest of the family. Heaven has another Loving Angel. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, If we can help in anyway please let us know.

Love You All,
Rick,Ruthie and Girls

- Rick and Ruthie Gardner


Sorry for your loss but our loss is heaven's gain.

- Georgann Wampler


Aunt Des was a special lady. Always had a big heart and a soft voice. When we were young I loved spending time at her house in the summer. Can't make it down because of doctors appointments, but all of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

- Janie


Cotton, Vickie and Family: Please accept our sincere condolences in the passing of your mother. We will be praying for God's peace upon you during this most difficult time and for the days to come.

- John & Beth Hagan


Natasha, Freddie & family I'am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you all through this hard time. You all are in my thoughts & prayers. God bless you all. Cindy Smith & Family

- Cindy Smith


I can only imagine what a time in Heaven there will be with Bill and Carolyn and her parents. She was so happy at Thanksgiving time to have all her family and her faith that God would see her thru her illness. Her body may have failed but her spirit arises to be with loved one. God bless you all.

- Georgann Wampler


so sorry for your lose wish I could had made it there. I cant see her and my mom (sister Cheek ) in heaven down what a meeting that would have been

- Gerald Cheek


Amanda and Bradley, I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad! His mother, your Grandmother Juanita raised me until she passed away and he was like an older brother to me for many years. Neil, I'm sorry for your loss! Please give me a call sometime.

- Kathy Barker Sehhat


Bobby,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Richard and Judy Hicks

- Judy Hicks


Ms. Tipton you went to heaven to be with your heavenly Father, but you will live in our hearts for eternally. The many memories I have of you will live with me forever. I lost a very special friend who was loving, very caring, and would do anything in your power to help anyone who needed your help, but God gained a wonderful special Angel to sing in his heavenly choir.

Your everlasting friend
Barbara Garrett

- Barbara Garrett


jerry tipton and family, so sorry to here about Wilma, you will be in our prayers.God will watch over you at these sad times.

- charles pickel


So sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

- Ralph & Janie Ford


Sister Wilma's light will truly be missed on this earth but Heaven will be brighter with her there. She and Brother Jerry have been great Christian friends to me and my family. Brother Jerry has lost his best friend, please keep him in your prayers and their family. Love u Sister Wilma. Tell mother daddy n Claudie we love them n we love you.

- Charlotte Adkins


Brother Jerry, Heather, Gracie I want you to know your in my prayers. I will miss my Sister Tipton as she was like a mother to me. When I came back to the church she and Brother Jerry took me under their wing and treated me just like their own. Our loss here is heavens gain. She is smiling down on all of us as she strolls over heaven. I love you all if you need anything call me.

- Lynn Stout


Heather, Clayton, and Dantae:

My heart is saddened by the loss of your Mom/Grandmother. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers constantly and I am always here for you.

I pray that God sends you all peace and love during your time of grief. I love you guys with all of my heart.

- Heather Bassett


I miss and love you , my dear sweet mom....XOXOX

- Hester Stidham Fox


I miss my dad so much and I wish he was still here with us today so I could say I love you and me n him could talk on the phone like we did a couple of weeks before he passed

- Kellie Hopkins


We are so sorry to hear of Gale's passing. He was a good friend to both of us. He was a kind, caring person and called Donnie almost daily. If Donnie didn't hear from Gale, he would give him a call. When Donnie was not feeling well after a four-wheeler accident, Gale brought by a fruit tray and food, hoping it would help Donnie feel better. He was also concerned about my health since I had surgery in Charlottesville a year and a half ago.

Our deepest condolences to the family - daughter Amanda and son Bradley - you are in our thoughts and prayers.

He will be deeply missed by our family.

- Donnie and Abbie Blair


My prayers will continue to be with Barbara and Luann. May The Lord bless your memory of James. I am going to miss James as I know you will, too. Thanks for being part of my life. James will always be in my thoughts as will you. I am always here for you. God bless and I love you.

- Donnie Hensley


JUST FOUND ABOUT YOUR LOSS.WE GRIEVE WITH YOU FOR YOU ALL WERE DEAR LOVING FRIENDS AND WAS ALWAYS THERE FOR US IN OUR NEEDS.ROBERT NEVER FAILED TO SHOW HE CARED FOR OTHERS.OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU.

- JIMMIE AND BARBARA RAMSEY


Barbara,
I sure was sorry to read in the paper that James passed away. You and your family will be in my prayers.
Stay strong by turning to the Lord. He always gives us
strength when we need it the most.
I think of you often and our days at Westmoreland.

Take care and God Bless!!

- Janet Hampton


Soory to hear of your loss. May you receive all the comfort God has to offer. Sincerely, the Whitng S. Delk Family

-


My love goes out to my aunt barb and cus Luanne.God bless my
sweet Uncle James R.I.P.Will miss you.
Cheryl and Harold

- Cheryl and stults


Barbara, Luanne and Donnie, prayers are with you as you go through these hard times. You will always have the love in your hearts and the special memories for ever. Uncle James is soaring with the angels now!

- Gary Byron


My condolences to the Warf family. My dad grew up in Pardee, VA and had fond memories of the Buckles family, particularly Orpha. I met Orpha through annual community reunion. She impressed me by her Chrisitian warmth and kindness. She was a jewel to all who knew her. My dad, John Bowen, passed on in 2009 but I'm sure he and Orpah are having a grand reunion in heaven today. Love and prayers to the Warf family.

- Tim Bowen


We have enjoyed being in church with Brother Foley for years
He always had a smile and handshake for everyone.
We will miss him singing every Sunday. God Bless
Margaret and the family . We always have the hope
And promise of seeing him again. Prayers for you
Margaret and your family. God Bless .

- Oakie and Nancy Garrett


Dear Mrs. Foley, Pam & Family,

We send you our deepest condolences and prayers at this difficult time. Mr. Foley was a fine Christian man who we know will be missed greatly by all. We will continue to lift your family up to God for strength.

May God bless you all,

Carol Crum
Ronnie Crum & Family
Teresa Barnett & Family
David Crum & Family

- Teresa Barnett


My sincere condolence to all of the family. Red as most of us knew him was a wonderful man and christian. It grieve my heart to find this out. We had just stood and talked about the Lord. The word of God tell's us to be absent from this body is to be present with the lord. I truly know that this is where Red is. May we all find Peace in missing him. So glad that God put Red in my path. Love and prayer's to all the family Leroy.

- Leroy Caudill


Prayers goes out to his family. I am going to miss you
Red. You always had a way to brightened my day up everytime you came down to eat. I am praying that God will strenghened
his precious little wife and watch over her And comfort her in the upcoming days.

- cathy ryan @ KFC


I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking to him when he came in the store. May God give all of you comfort.

- Nina Hamilton


We would like to send our condolence to Red family special
Martha Davidson and Margaret his wife which we love.
Dillard Fannon also wants to send condolences to the family.

- Benita Sturgill and Margaret Fannon


Dewey was such an amazing man. He was one of a kind. I have never in my life met such an honorable person who cares about his family, home, and friends. He was truly a blessing to anyone he met, although he never met anyone he had never met he would truly give you the shirt off his back! He was the only grandparent that I ever knew to receive the "grandparent award" at Keokee elementary school. He was such a loving person. Keokee will never be the same without him. I miss Dewey so much! He was a god giving angel! Rip Dewey! May you rest in peace with your beautiful loving wife jewel and your son Fred! We shall meet again! It will be such a great reunion! May you rest in peace and know that I will always forever keep you in my heart always!

- Family


I am really sorry about Ghost He will be missed by me and my family

- Bob Mullins


Lenny is going to be greatly missed I loved working with home he always spoke to me when we saw each other. Robert T Bishop

- Robert Bishop and Family



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so sorry for your lose,lean on lord he will see you through this.
cathy

- cathy gilliam breedlove


So sorry about Etta Passing

- Rick


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- Anthony Duncan


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