Katie-Wray-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Lynch Conner Bowman Funeral Home

Katie Pearl Lynch Wray

Bedford/franklin, Virginia

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Colin and Betty and family, Darlene and family,
I am sorry for your loss, I know it is our loss here on earth, but it is the Lords and heaven's gain. She will be so welcomed up there. I know she will be missed here, but be happy for her in her new home.

Darlene and family,
I will always remember your Mother and her sweet smile and personality. Also remember her making me delicious cocoanut cakes at Christmas time. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. All of you have our deepest sympathy.
Jelaine & Richard Wood

Kim and family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Cousin Katie and Kelly always visited Mom and Dad and brought them food and good things from their garden. She was a wonderful lady. My condolences to all the family, my Va. cousins.

Darlene, Colin & Betty: Katie was one special lady. She always reminded me of my Mom when I was a child and teenager at Redwood Church. I admire your faithfulness to her during these last 10 years. You all have my sincere sympathy. Pam Hutchinson

Aunt Katie will be sadly missed. She was very caring and was always delighted to have you stop by. She was a very special Aunt and like a second Mother to me. Love your neice, Aimee Poff Proverbs 3: 5,6

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Katie's Obituaries

Katie Pearl Lynch Wray, age 95 of Rocky Mount, VA, passed on to her Heavenly Home on Saturday morning, May 11, 2013 after a ten year battle with Alzheimer?s Disease. Katie was born March 27, 1918 at the Lynch Family Homeplace in Rocky Mount on Rt. 707. She grew up there with her parents,...

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