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Bernice Cetti

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August 07, 2013
To the Family,
My sincere condolences and prayers to each of you. I was a long term tenant of Mr. & Mrs. Cetti. I've often thought of her and wondered how she was doing. They were the absolute best landlords a tenant could ever have! I believe they were one of a kind and there will never be another. They took extra care of their properties and made sure everthing functioned properly. She and Mr. Cetti was like two peas in a pod. What a kind and beautiful woman Mrs. Berniece Cetti was, a jewel indeed! She was truly a family woman and would often speak about her family when ever I was in her presence. I remember her telling me how her daughter, a nurse retired to be with her grandchild. Your family have so much to be proud of. Reading the guest book, I think her grandaughter, Anne Youngblood said it best! She's now resting in peace with our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ!
Be blessed and encouraged as you hold on to every precious memory engraved upon your hearts!
August 07, 2013
Charles and Family: I know how much you mother meant to you, and how you cared for her, she's a Princess of a Lady and I know she will be missed by all that know her. Our prayers are with you.
Joe Lalas family
August 06, 2013
Norman Rockwell couldn't have painted a picture more beautiful and endearing than the one my Grandma painted with her life. I loved her best for her homespun wisdom, gleaned largely from a strong, lifelong bond with Mother Earth--a bond whose roots trace to her very earliest years, growing up on a south Alabama family farm.

As a young woman, filled with self-discipline and determination, Grandma distinguished herself as an extremely gifted entrepreneur, whose successes included work in antiques and real estate, among other areas.

She will also be fondly remembered for her deep love of family, which was frequently expressed through her masterful cooking. Every visit to Grandma's house began with her cheerful query, "Are you hungry, Shuggy? What can I fix for you?"

The mere length of her life--98 years--demonstrates what "good, clean living" will do. While her name may not be recorded on a national monument, and there may not be any best-selling books written about her, her legacy is secure. It is written with love on the hearts of everyone who really knew her. Rest in peace, Grandma. We miss you already.
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