Dearest Harmon & Wessinger families,
My memories of Miss Daisy are lovely ones from childhood. She & my mother (Susan Amick) were dear friends and I remember much laughter when they got together! She always knew the exact words to say to put others at ease and was a true Christian in every sense of the word. I'm so sorry to read of her passing and I hope your memories comfort you at this time.
Shannon Amick Hancock
I had the pleasure to walk with Miss Daisy in the Cancer Walk earlier this year. She spoke very fondly of her family. From that day, we developed a casual relationship at Colonial. I will mied seeing her at her desk, but will always cherish the memory and conversation we had during the walk. Rest in Peace Ms. Daisy.
My deepest condolences to all the family. She was a beautiful lady inside and out; such a startled to read her obituary. A wonderful woman. I am so very sorry.
I just found out today when Ann Marie told me. I am so sorry I did not know yesterday because Robert and I would have come to the service. Please know all thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad and difficult time. Love and hugs-Ursula Kaiser Ferguson
Daisy was a special person - her smile was ever present and as bright as the twinkle in her eyes. I am blessed to have known Daisy and know that she will be greatly missed at Colonial Life. My prayers go to her family.