James C. Lanier III M.D. M.D.
Mary, I will always remember how Dr. Lanier and my husband John supported us at WMU meeting. Blessings to you. Edith Jarriel
A life to be celebrated. A wonderful man. It was an honor to have known and worked for him. He was gracious and kind. Everyone who knew him loved him. It makes me sad that he is no longer with us. He is with the King of all healers and heaven is rejoicing, My prayers and sympathy to his family and friends for their great loss.
Love, Patti Barton
Dr. Lanier was my pediatrician for 15 years, and I remember him fondly as a gentle soul with a wry wit. When my family joined Riverside Baptist Church in the mid 70's I was delighted to get to know Dr. Lanier as a dedicated Sunday School teacher and jovial fellow church member.
Several years later, I reconnected with Dr. Lanier at Ortega United Methodist where his son and his family were members. I was the youth director and Dr. Lanier regularly volunteered as a guest speaker. I especially remember the time he led a frank and funny, yet spiritual, discussion about sexuality at one of our lock-ins.
To Dr. Lanier's family - you will be in the thoughts and prayers of the hundreds of us who knew and loved him. Know that his legacy lives on!
Among Dr. Lanier's patients from the mid-sixties to mid-eighties were my younger sister, nephew, and daughter. He was caring, compassionate and excellent -- a reflection of his Saviour. I pray that these tributes will comfort your family in your loss.
Dear Mrs. Lanier and family,
Let me add my name to the very satisfied patient list. Dr. Lanier kept me...as well as my 3 siblings...healthy from age 0 to age 18.
And I would always see the Laniers at Riverside Baptist...very faithful...many happy memories.
Love, Bob Lynch