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Before we, too, were in a caregiving situation with loved ones, we were touched by the devoted care Carolyn Gaines showed to her sister, Lillian.
Every week, Carolyn would bring Lillian in her wheelchair to the front of Trinity United Methodist Church in Tallahassee FL where Lillian could see and hear the service.
We have long admired Carolyn, and her witness has been an encouraging memory. We give thanks for her life.
We hope it will be some small comfort that others do care about you loss and are praying for you. Find comfort in the knowledge that the separation is "temporary" and that Christians never say a final goodbye.
With much sympathy,
Habeger Family- Vancouver WA
Mrs. Gaines was a wonderful Christian and I looked forward to visiting her at WMO.
She will be missed by her family at home and our flower ministry folks.
To the family of Miss Carolyn,
Miss Carolyn worked with my grandmother, Mary Sue Beyer, at Southern Scholarship and Research Foundation many years ago. It was through that relationship that I came to know her. She was such a nice friend to my grandmother. She and her sister Lillian attended my grandmother's funeral in 1994. Her presence was a great source of comfort to me.
Over the years we corresponded and it was always a delight to see as she grew older, her mind remained sharp and clear. I will miss knowing she is still with us, but I know she is now in the arms of Jesus and reunited with her loved ones. Oh what a day that must have been! May the comfort of our Lord and Savior be yours at this time of great loss to those that knew and loved this wonderful lady.