“God has you now. I am sad to say that I never got to know you to the extent that I did Uncle Riley and Aunt Bertie. It seems that you continued touching lives and hearts all the way up. Say hi to my mammaw and dadoo for me. Maybe they and Uncle Riley and Aunt Bertie will let you guys in on some of their Rook games. Peace. Connie Waddle Smith
“My deepest sympathy to each of you in this tragic time. Drs. Lemone & Lee were such an inspiration to our community and to those who were privileged to know them. Just two days prior to the accident I had the pleasure of spending time with Dr. Lemone. He was so happy, so positive, sharing how truly blessed he was, and what a wonderful family he had. He was truly an inspiration and role model and a pleasure to work with.
May God replace your sorrows with precious memories!
“Our thoughts and prayers with Mike and his family.
“I did not know this couple, but I was the first one on the scene of the accident. I was there just as their car stopped and I just would like to reassure the family that they did not suffer at all. I have prayed for peace for this family, may God bless you all.
“It was unreal for me when I heard about Lee and Lee and I'm still crying. I am the Realtor that sold them the land where they built their lovely home and Lemone just called me two weeks ago to come out and visit. I'm feeling so guilt that I did not go. Loved them both as friends and business. Hope you have me out to talk about them in the last few years. That would be nice. Thanks kindly; Shirley Neese 256-335-6789
“I lost my dad less than 2 years ago & while he was in Red Bay Hospital, Dr. Yielding visited his room and just talked to him. That meant the world to my dad and all of us. My dad laughed and truly enjoyed himself. Thank you for sharing Dr. Yielding with the rest of the world! He was truly remarkable!
“So sorry for your loss. I worked with Dr. Yielding at Russellville. He was the kindest and most compassionate person. They will be greatly missed by all. My prayers are with you during this tragic loss.
“My condolences to the family, Lerena was such a sweet person and will be truly missed.
“So sad, God be with this family and help them deal with this.
K Lemone YieldingMarch 25, 1931-May 3, 2014Lerena W. YieldingSept. 16, 1943-May 3, 2014K Lemone and Lee, both of Tuscumbia, suffered fatal injuries as a result of a car accident Saturday afternoon, May 3, 2014. They are survived by seven children, K Lemone Yielding Jr., Michael L. Yielding,...Read More