I was so sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. Lord, she put up with so much from us from kindergarten through high school! How very blessed we all were to have the parents and the friends we had, and the memories are priceless.
May God give you all strength to find comfort in the years of love and memories. I still miss my Mother (and Dad) so very much, but I continue to strive to make them proud. Stay strong as a family and continue to be there for each other as a family as your parents were always there for all of you.
Love to all,
Heaven gained a true treasure.
I am so sorry to hear about your mothers' passing...I have heard about the great care you gave her. I always loved staying at your house...since Kindergarten! She was ALWAYS so funny and sweet and giving. How she put up with "Adams Ambulance Service" and all of our shenanigans, I will never know! I'll never forget when the FBI(?) or whomever came to your house about all the prank calls we made to a certain girl! Your mom just believed EVERYTHING you told her, and defended you 100%! She was the best. I have such wonderful memories of our old life together, and you, your mom and dad and family are deeply loved by mine!
Please tell your family that we are deeply sorry for your loss.
Debbie Downs Nix
Sending love and prayers to Jan and the family.
We are so happy to have known such a wonderful, caring lady. God has blessed all of us. Our love to family.
William and Ordelle Watts
Dear Jan, I am sorry to hear about your mother. It's hard to believer it's been 40 some odd years that we were hanging your house with your Dad and mom and both of them were always very kind to me and I always thought a lot of both of them. Please give condolences to your family.
Ft. Worth, Texas
I will miss so much about your sweet mother. She always made me laugh and loved being a part of our lives in jr.high and high school. I am so blessed to have known her and have such fond memories of her talking to us about "doing the right thing". You lost your sweet mother on my sweet mother's birthday. We can never replace our mothers,but we can be strong to honor them.
Monica Mabry King