“I will never forget all the fond memories I have of you. I remember how I just loved to be around you. When I use to leave work, I would stop at your house and Motha would call and tell me to come home. I remember how we held Motha at the end. I rememmber you as being a strong, kind, helping and God loving woman. I will miss you. Until we meet again. Iola
“I light this candle for my GRANDMOTHER...You wil be truly missed!
One of my fondest memories was one of the NUMEROUS times you allowed me to camp out there indefinately to play with Tracey. I remember we wanted to skate (yes in the dirt driveway). Well Tracy only had one pair of skates and they were too small for both of us. I remember you cut a hole in the toe and an gave me a right skate and gave Tracey the left skate! There we were skating in the dirt driveway with our peep-toe skates and were just as happy as clams!!! You always seemed...
“8 Re, I remember that your name was the first that I spelled, albeit phonetically! I always thought that you were an out of the box thinker since you lived life according to your standards and with no fear. Thank you for all the time you spent with me and for being steadfast, immovable and always abounding in the word and work of the Lord. I'll always love you,
Terri and Solomon IV
“We loved you but God loved you best. You lived your life with dignity, grace and as a woman of God. I pray that I become an ounce of the woman you were. 8- Re we love and miss you now and always. Edwin, Shonna, Abdul & Jade
“To the Wynn Family .Sorry for your loss.Miss Marie was a wonderful person.My family and I had the pleasure of living next door to her for about 20 years.May god bless you .The Stephens.
“Julie, Beautiful and funny women your mother was always put a smile on my face when she came to the salon. She will be sadly missed
“Julia Ann and family you have my deepest sympathy. My prayers are with you, Mrs. Marie was very special to me and my family. I ask God to bless you and the family with strength at this difficult time.
“Julia Ann and family may God bless all of you with the loss of Mrs. Marie. You have my deepest sympathy. She was a wonderful person and I will never forget her.
WYNN, MARIE (BYRD) - was the sixth child born to the late Harkless L. Byrd, and Iola (Hunter) Byrd, May 13, 1913 in Brighton, VA. The Byrd Family moved further 'south' to South Carolina, until the 1920's when Harkless and Iola Byrd migrated with their young family 'north'. There Marie was raised...Read More