I am so sorry to learn of Craig's death. She and my mother, Agnes Smith Pursell, were best friends as girls in Easton and stayed in touch throughout their lives. Her letters helped me so much after my mom's death in 2002, and she always wrote with pride and joy of her wonderful family. My prayers are with them.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.
Kim, John and all the Balentine family,
I first met Grandma B about twenty five years ago when her late daughter-in-law, Sharon, hosted the annual Secret Santa. Her love of family, her faith and her wonderful spirit was obvious then and many years later when her health began to fail. I know that she has found a glorious place in heaven, Rest in peace. Your spirit lives on with those who loved you so.
Dear Balentine Family:
Our memories of Craig and John go back to the middle 1960s spending time with them on the Michell College
beach. Craig was a wonderful caring person and we are blessed to have known her. Our condolences to the Balentine family.
Heather and Doug Yarnall
To All -
Your family and my family have been neighbors for a very long time. I remember you mom as the most beautiful woman and I can still smell your dad's tobacco which used to float over into our bedroom as children.......Hopefully, they are together and at peace now. Our condolences to the family. She will be missed!