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January 10, 2017
No words can take away the pain of losing one's mother, but what words can do is remind you of God's grace and mercy. When her transition occurred, I imagine Aunt Dee being escorted with open arms to her place in God's divine kingdom. Be assured that all is well with her soul.
January 10, 2017
Sylvia and Shelia,
Thank you for sharing your mom with us. She was, and is, a great blessing to me. I will always love her and miss her until we meet again. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord, and may His pepetual light shine upon her. May she Rest In Peace.
January 10, 2017
Dear Family,
All of you are in my thoughts & prayers! May God continue to be with you during this time!
January 09, 2017
To the Family, my deepest sympathy, mourn as must, may each tear that fall be a gentle reminder that you and your loved one meant so much to each other, and that no loss or sorrow can take that away.psalm 18:6.
January 07, 2017
My Dear Sylvia and Shelia I am so sad to hear of the passing of your dear Mother. I had the delightful opportunity to run into her the week she was signing up for her therapy. She talked of you girls with such love and pride. Such a wonderful conversation we had. I was looking forward to seeing her when we had therapy, but God had a different plan. He wanted her at her Heavenly home. She will get that new body free from pain and suffering.. Your Mother will be missed from the house on the corner.Our sincere sympathy to you and family. From the Abneys, Shirley, Sam, & J.C.
January 07, 2017
Sheila, So sorry to hear that your mother passed. You are in my prayers.
January 06, 2017
Dear Sylvia ad Shelia, it had been several years since I have seen or talked to your mother but each time I passed her home I would look over and from the lights I knew she was still with us. It has also been years since we have seen one another but I never have forgotten Mrs. Dolores beautiful daughters. You mother and I have been neighbors for years and often I would see her at the market. Always smiling and in such a good spirit. We shared the same first name just spelled it different. Please know that my family and I send Prayers and Love to you and your family, we will continue to keep you in our daily prayers. My the Lord strengthen both of you during this sad time and keep each of you STRONG!!!. Love from DeLores, Tennyson, Anthony and Emerson Wright
January 05, 2017
Sylvia and Sheila:
Aunt Dolores was such a very special person! Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel watching over you. Thank you both for sharing your mother with us over the years!
January 05, 2017
My dear Sylvia and Sheila,

We were very sorry to hear of Aunt D's passing. I was very fond of Aunt D and will miss her greatly. We are happy to know that she's no longer in pain. Both of you are in our thoughts and prayers as you cope with the tremendous loss of your mother. The Lord will comfort and strengthen both of you in this time of sorrow. We love both of you very much.

Charles & Lois
January 05, 2017
On the death of a friend, we should consider that the fates through confidence have devolved on us the task of a double living, that we have henceforth to fulfill the promise of our friend's life also, in our own, to the world.
Henry David Thoreau


Sheila and Sylvia,

Although Mrs. Dolores and I were the briefest of acquaintances, it was an absolute joy to converse with this remarkable woman who met all of life's challenges with a grace and grit that remained until her final breath. She would sometimes allude to the hardships that she endured in her earlier years, but I never once heard her complain about the hand she was dealt. She was a fiercely protective mother that was extremely proud of your professional accomplishments and deeply appreciative of the lengths that her two devoted daughters went to ensure that her later years were free of hardship. In the immediate aftermath, it's natural to question whether more could have been done to prolong what is inevitable for us all, but I'd like to reassure you that her final days were filled with peace and contentment because of the daily reminders of how much she was loved. Take comfort in the notion that the dead never truly die, but continue to live on through their loved ones and the other lives they touch along the journey. As one of those lives that she inspired through her words of kindness and encouragement, I wanted to pay my respects to the daughters she spoke of so fondly. Godspeed, Mrs. D!

Sincerely, Tanya Marino (home health care nurse)

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