My prayers continue to be with you.
To light her passage to heaven to be with her beloved John and her journey to be once again joined by past family and friends that had predecessed her. Thanks so much for her never ending friendship with my mother, Dessie. May their friendship live throughout eternity. Susan and Beth, you are in my thoughts and prayers. My heartfelt sympathy for the loss of ur mother.
To Beth and Susan, Thank for the opportunity and time I had with your mom. Sorry for your loss. It was indeed a pleasure and honor to have cared for Mrs Polly Burn. I learn so much from her and will truly miss her. Love Always Sophie and the Staff from
Sophies Caregivers And Housekeepers, LLC
Beth and Susan, You are in our thoughts and prayers and thinking of you during your time of sorrow. We are so glad that she got to visit with Mom after the Hartzog reunion. We will miss her. God bless you all and Take care and come to see us when you can. Lots of Love, Sandra and the Hartzog Family
Beth, So sorry to hear of your Moms passing.Please let Rudy and I know if there is anything we can do.
Susan and Beth, I wanted to let you know my prayers are with you during this time.
Dear Susan and Beth,
So very sorry for your loss and please know that I am thinking of you during this time.
We have been Polly's neighbors for the last ten years. I remember how she would make pound cakes and bring them to us as we worked on our house. It was her way of making us feel welcome to the neighborhood. She was a very giving person and we will miss her so much.
Susan and Beth: Gloria and I are truly sorry. Nothing we can say or do will ease your pain but we have been there and know how you feel. We go way back and your mother , Florence and Dessie were our neighborhood mom's. We spent alot of time in your kitchen after school. You are in our thoughts.
I remember Mrs. Burn from our days at the old St. Francis on Calhoun and Rutledge downtown. She was always "stern", kind, and would be helpful by showing you how to do something, not just telling you to do it. I also was "gifted" with an overcoat that she knew I needed, an "extra one that John didn't need anymore". She was quite a Lady and a respected nurse. It was my good fortune to have known her. Sincerely, Matt Rabon - former Orderly
It's hard to put into words just how special Aunt Polly was. You never went to see her that she didn't send you home with a load of "stuff" and baked goods. My girls still talk about visiting, eating honeysuckle blossoms, and hanging on the back fence to see if they could see the boys @ the Citadel. I'm so glad I got to spend an afternoon with her recently. We had such a good time reminiscing, looking at photos, and talking about Grandmother Lula. Dickie treasures the stethoscope she gave him, Glynn Ann a ring, and Saydee a favorite apron. We all loved her so much. It's no secret that Grandmother Lula was my most beloved granny, and I still get blue, missing her...when I would get to missing her, I'd call Aunt Polly - just needed that connection to that generation, and someone who knew and loved Granny Lula like I did. Will miss her more than I can say. My trips to Isle of Palms will be a little empty now.