You are all in my prayers. xx
Christmas won't be Christmas without your cheerful sweater.
I am so sorry to hear this. Barbara, I have your family in my prayers.
While searching for the right sentiments to put into words, I found myself reminiscing about my memories of your mother. She was always kind, very proper, and so well respected. Her manners were impeccable! I remember traveling with your family to Virginia on vacation and watching your mother to learn more about manners in restaurants. Your Mom understood the importance of her job as a mother. I remember as teenagers, we would roll our eyes about her objections to the lyrics in Beatles songs—but even as teenagers, we knew the reason she spoke up was because she cared so much about us. I will remember your mother's smile most of all and the happiness she exuded when she was around friends.
As a McKendree UMYF "youth" in the late 70's, I well remember Mrs. Muncy, Vern and Barbara, during the pre-service coffee time in the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Muncy always made a point of saying "hello," finding out how I was doing, and asking about my mom. I remember her as an elegant, kind, friendly, and most gracious lady, whose warmth and gentle smile always brightened my day. Peace. Ian C. MacDonald (Nashville, TN)
The 'Supper Club' will have another regular at it's next gathering in heaven.
The kindnesses of Florence and Vern over the years will always be remembered and cherished.
Your mom had Such a beautiful and Kind Spirit! Her legacy lives in you.
Hope she is having coffee with Milt and Thelma today:)
You are loved, Laurie
Florence was a blessing to many, and she will be missed. McKendree UMC will never be the same! Love, The Hattans
Hugz from Maine Barb... Pam and the girlz