Pay tribute to a loved one by building an online commemoration. Invite friends and family to contribute their thoughts.
|Randy Abraham, Sr.—"We all miss him but we would never want to call him back to the world of suffering that he left." ||Brandon L'Shawn Carter—"My heart does fill with joy when I think about when our lives are all said and done we will again reunite." |
|Daniel Joseph Hood—"I'm glad he was my father and that I had the honor of knowing him as I did. I love you dad, wherever you are." ||Jessi April Thwaites—"My heart aches for her, to talk to her, smell her and tell her I love her just one more time." |
|Mattie Swinson—"When times got hard |
You never gave in.
You pressed your way through it,
You held on til the end."
|Richard George Scott, Jr.—"I won't cry; No, I won't shed a tear. Just as long as you stand, stand by me." |
|Aaron James O'Neil—"I don't understand why God called him home at such a young age. His life had only just begun." ||Diana Lynn "Nanner" Holderfield—"Nanner,I'm doing the best I can to raise your children the way I know you'd want them raised." |
|Kimberly Davis—"I can't look around my house without seeing something she gave me for my birthday, or for Christmas, or just whatever, but I wouldn't have it any other way." ||Orville Stoer—"I think of you often, and pray for your help with Meemaw, who I'm sure you know is still suffering the loss of you most greatly of all." |
|Robert B. Hornbuckle, Sr.—"He was a master carpenter, draftsman, handyman, butcher, canner, turkey carver, back-scratcher, gumbo-maker, comforter, and protector." ||Michael F. Dooley, Jr.—"If my parting has left a void, then fill it with remembering joy." |
|Lady Bobcat |
"She loved catnip, toy mice, soft pillows, kitty treats but most of all she loved us and we loved her."
"I will always remember the little things, like how you would run to greet me when I got home from school, and run in little circles around my feet."
"The best family pet we have ever had and will miss her so much. Love you!"
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