Aunt Helen, I wish we could have been there for uncle Alton's funeral. He was a favorite of mine with a bag full of bubble gum and always some great jokes. The last time I talked with him he was still raising money for the Lions horse show and we got him a donation from Phillips Petroleum. So sorry to hear he had to leave us. You take care of yourself, okay!
Marshall and Tana
Al and Helen stood with me for Baptism as an adult at Edenton Street...for which I am forever grateful. I met them on a church bus to Savannah, when I told them I was contemplating church membership. Helen said, "Just do it!" On Baptism Sunday, there they were - standing by me, without being asked.
Aunt Helen, Libby and Al: I am sorry to hear about Uncle Alton's death. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Graw-I'm so sorry about Big Graw. I didn't learn of his passing until this past weekend and I am very sorry I didn't get to attend his service. He will be missed. Many good times are remembered by me and my husband, Wendell, but, especially me of Big Graw. Please know you are in my heart and in my thoughts.
Mrs. McGraw and family, Mom told me about Mr. McGraw's passing. I'm so sorry. I'm in NY for the summer, otherwise I would be there for the service. You both meant a lot to the Reaves family when we were neighbors on St George St. I guess the last time I saw you was at Eddie's service in 1997. My thoughts are with the family at this sad time...Love, Pat Reaves