Mrs. Johnnie B. Abernathy (Turnbow)
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Dear Mama John,
I love you and always will. Love, Love, you,
Leslie, Pamela Jean Green "Pam", Jenifer Woodley
My Mother - oh, how I loved her. She lived with me for the last two years and we really had a great time together. We learned to disagree and move on, we learned to laugh together, and how to talk to each other. My Mother loved to talk and she had great stories about her childhood and mine . I will miss her terribly but I know that after all she went through the last two weeks, she is truly resting in peace. I will always treasure our time as Mother and Daughter and especially the time we spent together as friends!
This wonderful lady first came into my life in 1997 when I met her youngest son, Mark. It was not long after that, she became the best mother-in-law in the world. She was a wonderful wife, mother, granny and great granny. She was loved by many as well as many were loved by her. She loved her family and was very proud to call them "her family". She was very proud of her kids! Paula, I know she was so proud of you and your accomplishments and the woman you had become and I know this because she told me on more than one occassion. John and Mark, she was also proud of you two as well. There is one thing I know for certain she loved each and every one of you. But, now it is time to let her rejoin her other two sons, Steve and David, who she missed each and every day. And now she is with her beloved husband who will take care of her as she did for him for many blessed years. To the grandkids and great grandkids, you had the best granny God ever made. She will be missed by many family and friends, but know that she is at peace now, and her worries are no more! So with these words I say from the bottom of my heart, "Mom, I loved you so much, and will miss you each and every day. The tears that I cry are for selfish reasons, because I did not want to let you go".
REST IN PEACE