Laura and I extend our sincere sympathy to the family of Byrdel.. Due to illness we are not able to pay our respects personallt
Laura And Herman Kohlman
I am a cousin of Byrdell's. I had breakfast with her and others several months ago at Pie Pan. It was so good to see her! I am unable to attend her funeral as I cannot get around at this time. My sincere sympathy to her family. She was a wonderful person.
The Lord has called Byrdell home but he has left a lot of wonderful memories in exchange. I have very fond memories of Byrdell growing up in Evansville and at Centenary Church. She was a wonderful Sunday School teacher and was always involved in Vacation Bible School and Jr. Church. I can't think of my childhood and Centenary without thinking of Byrdell. She was truly a blessing to my life.
My sympathy to Byrdell's family and friends. She touched so many lives with her kindness and wonderful smile. I will always remember her for all her words of wisdom during our time in nurses training, she was the one we all turned to when we needed guidance and a good listener. This is a time to celebrate her life as she was truly a wonderful person.
Phyllis Stateler Lewis Deaconess School of Nursing .. Class of 1960