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August 18, 2018

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August 21, 2017
So sorry for your recent losses Faye. What a great picture of Barbara...it captures her kindness perfectly. Gail Durbin, former Twin Rivers resident
August 26, 2016
Aunt Barbara was the perfect role model for southern hospitality and
unconditional love. She welcomed me into the family in 1983 with
open arms and kindness, as did the rest of her wonderful family.
I am so grateful for having her, Faye and her family, and Greg and his family, in
my life.
Elaine O. Hathaway (wife of Thomas Hathaway)
August 25, 2016
Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We have fond memories of Barbara. Dad, James Robertson (Gladys Stephens' widower), is doing well, but at the age of 95 it is nearly impossible for him to attend the visitation or the service.
August 25, 2016
What a kind, gracious, lovely lady Grammie was. She never met a stranger. She was truly an exmple of Jesus's spiritual gift of hospitality. She would indeed offer a cool cup of water to anyone.
We're all comforted in knowing that she'll be among our welcoming gathering when we arrive in our Heavenly Home. She'll be among our other loved ones who've gone into the "Great Cloud of Witnesses" who "cheer us on" from Heaven.