“It was a joy knowing you.
“You will always live in our hearts.
“As Laura's mom I saw the beautiful influence she had over my daughter. She showed her that no matter what is happening there is joy and laughter to be had. When I spent time with her she was so wonderful and sooooo funny. How blessed I feel that I got to spend a few precious fun times with this wonderful lady. Thank you "Granny" for all your wonderful love and laughter!
“Granny always had a smile on her face and would cut up with me at every chance she had. I'd like to thank her for her part in making me the same way. I'll always smile thinking about all the silly pictures we've taken, her telling me how to play Spin the Bottle, getting truckers to honk for us on road trips and the importance of pulling the handle on slot machines! I love you Granny
“Forever in our hearts. We love you Granny!
“Granny was more than a grandmother she was a very close friend. She will live in us and in our daughter. We are sad for our loss but so happy she is with her creator and in peace. Hugs and kisses for all who are missing her today.
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Alma "Christine" Seay left this earth peacefully, Nov. 1, 2012, at her home in Las Cruces, N.M. where she resided with her daughter and son-in law Dorothy and Wayne Crisp for the past five years. Christine was born, Sept. 1, 1920, in Atlanta, Ga. to Mack Anthony and Annie Liveakos. She...Read More