Much peace to you during this time of loss. Pam Guess
Ray, Susan and Chris,
My deepest condolences to all of you on the passing of such an elegant, gracious and special lady. Phyllis was always good to me and Ray your families friendship was always appreciated. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cherry and I really enjoyed the times we were with you and Phyllis.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family with the loss of your wife, and mother. She will be remembered for the wonderful lady she was and the love she showed for those around her. Alfred & Beverly Walker IV
Chris I am very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
On behalf of Leo Vital (who now resides in assisted living) and myself, we convey our deepest sympathies to Ray, Ray's and Phyllis's son and my fellow attorney colleague Chris, and family. We will always be grateful for the graciousness shown to both of us by Ray and Phyllis. -Leo Vital and Patricia Best Vital (Signal Mtn., TN)
Please accept our prayers and sympathy in the loss of Phyllis. She and the good Senator were a great couple, sincere citizen and devoted to the community. Our love and respect, Herb and Jean Adcox.
I used to work with Phyllis at NAR. I would go downstairs and tell the girls good morning and she was always dressed so nice, beautiful hair, such a sweet voice,always so nice and never had a bad word to say about anyone. What a lovely lady she was. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Dear Susan, Chris, and Family,
Please accept my sincere Sympathy for your loss. I have fond memories of your family from the Loft. It seems only yesterday that you were volunteering to work on Thanksgiving Day to help feed those that would otherwise be alone. My Prayers are offered to bring Peace to a family of Loving and Giving hearts, and in Thanksgiving for a Life well lived.
For all of the family, I regret your loss and its occurrence so close to her birthday and at the start of the holiday season. As hurtful as the loss is, it is reason for thanks that her battle is over. I will always remember her as the charming, petite, immaculate little lady doing her utmost to keep the world around her properly organized while never failing to be current on all of the details of the grandchildren. May her charming smile always be the memory that comes to mind as the future holiday seasons come along. She was a family treasure.
Ray, your care-giving of Phyllis is like your efforts in all else in your life, dedicated and unswerving. Rest well, knowing that her place is now one of rest and peace.
Ray and family,
I was fortunate to know and work with Phyllis during my years at NAR. What a kind and sweet lady she was. Often times at 5:30 or 6:00 when the building was quiet, we were able to chat about a multitude of things (while waiting for Ray to pick her up). "The girls" were always on top of her discussion list. I had lost track of her since the company closed, and was saddened to become aware of her condition when I called Ray to check on them after the tornadoes a couple of years ago. I will always cherish the lay who was always so friendly and nice to me.
My sincere condolences on the loss of our dear, beloved & beautiful sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and aunt. Judy Schwartz
My deepest sympathy to the family of Phyllis Albright. I knew her in school eventhough she was ahead of me. My brother Charles Barton knew her and Ray and always spoke highly of each. She will be missed.
Sincerely, Louise Barton Welch
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Albright family at this time.
Ray & family, I'm so sorry to read about Phyllis! She was the sweetest, most beautiful lady. I remember so many times we were together and how much she meant to me. I know the last years have been so difficult. You were a great caregiver. May God bless all of your family at this time. I will be unable to be at the visitation and funeral. Please know I care, and my heart hurts for you.
Love, Judy Clevenger