Mrs. Aiken and Family,
I worked for Mr. Aiken for a number of years in Savannah. He was always a gentlemen! He treated me and everyone with respect and I appreciated that so much. I enjoyed celebrating his birthday on the riverboat, laughing at the bank Christmas parties and other special events, but mostly I enjoyed working with such a "good" banker.
God Bless you!
Dear Mrs. Aiken,
I was sorry to learn of the passing of your husband, and I offer my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I didn't have the privilege of knowing Ike well, but I know he was a fine gentleman who loved his family and helped make Georgia a better place to live. He will be remembered and deeply missed.
To the family...may you all share in the great memories and joy that he brought to your lives, our hearts go out to you all and we will keep you in our prayers.
I wanted to share my deepest sympathies to you, Louise, and your family. I have wonderful memories of our trip to NYC with Ken Ward over 20 years ago.
With love and condolences,
Dottie Moody Clendenin (Mary MacGregor's granddaughter)
My deepest sympathies go out to the Aiken Family during this most difficult time of loss. May you find comfort from the words found at Isaiah 61:2.
Aunt Lou, Ouisa and Wyatt and families, I am so sad to hear you've lost Ike. He was truly one of the dearest men I knew, and certainly a favorite cousin. I'm sorry not to be with you tomorrow, but I hope to be able to see you soon. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. With love,
Elise and I are so grateful to have met my Cousin Ike on Saint Simons during the dedication of the Retreat Plantation historic marker. The Aiken family is in our thoughts and our prayers.
Shelley Read Heard
Grandson of Virginia Lord Nisbet (Heard).
Louise, our love and deepest sympathy. Everyone will miss Ike so much, including in particular my brother Ed MacKethan and his wife Elsie. Lee (Corky) and I remember well the delightful time(s) we had with you two with Ed and Elsie and seeing all the family things in your house, especially since it is our family also.
Our condolences to you all. Love, Virginia Lord MacKethan Kitchin
We consider it a real privilege to have known Ike and to have been treated as though we were members of the Aiken family. He was indeed, a fine southern gentleman and will be missed.
Dear Aunt Lou, Quisa, and Wyatt,
You are in my prayers, and I wish you peace and comfort.
God bless you.
love and sympathy
To Mrs. Ike Aiken and family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy.....I have very fond memories of
Mr. Aiken. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Suzanne H. Gill, SunTrust Bank
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will miss Cousin Ike.
I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you during this distressing time (Ps 1:1-3).
Its said that "life given to us by nature is short but the memory of a well spent life is eternal". Just from this biography alone, it is clear how much of himself Mr. Aiken give to others. May God hold your family close during this sad time.
And may God provide comfort and hope to help you,
Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss, and may you find comfort in your time of distress.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.