Daphne and I are so sad at the loss of Aunt Mary, such a wonderful personality, full of love, with a smile, a wink, a hug,,, and never an unkind word. She was talented beyond belief in every hobby she attempted and there were many. Out of the entire family she was always one of the Top 4 and we will miss her sparkling personality at future family visits. Our condolences to the immediate family, you were so blessed to have a Mom (and Grandmother) like her, a rare and precious jewel. Much loved in life, forever missed...... Wednesday, September 02, 2015
I am so sorry for your families loss. I met Mrs. Mary through some stamping friends when she lived in Azaela Lakes. I visited with her several times and we would borrow each other's stamps. Such a sweet lady. She would tell me about her family and her husbands military time. When I went to the museum in New Orleans, I made a point to find his name there. I am so sorry I loss touch with her after she moved to Denham Springs. My prayers are with your family.
Mary was a very special lady. Her kindness, sweet spirit and loving ways will long be remembered by me. She adopted me as one of her own while she was taking aerobic classes from me and would include me when she had lunch with the special women in her life. She made me a basket that I still hold dear. She encouraged me with her words and her hugs. She made a difference in my life. Thank you for sharing her with me. I am in prayer for Father's arms to wrap around you so that you feel His presence whenever you need it. I love you all, Roxanne Wednesday, September 02, 2015
My deepest sympathy to the family. I know there are no words to ease the pain of losing someone so loved and close to your hearts. The pain and grief can be intense. May you draw close to God in prayer, He is there to help you through this time. He also assures us that He will wipe all tears from our eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. ( Revelation 21:4) Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Thank you for allowing me to take part in your mom's care. She was truly a sweetheart and a blessing. She always had the sweetest smile for me and made me remember why I became a nurse. She and my Grandma Frances Smith will be up there watching over us and have a good old time. May God be with you and your family at this time and the days to come.
With Sympathy, Michelle Temple, LPN Tuesday, September 01, 2015