“Remembering you, dear friend . . .
“I was so sad when I found out she was dead. She was one of my favorite neighbors. I remember whenever we BBQ'D she would call and ask to bring some down to her house. Also, every morning before school, she would ask for a ride to the bus station. She will always be in my mom's and siblings' mind.);
“To The Unknown Family & Friends: I am truly saddened to hear of her passing.May we all find comfort in knowing that "To be absent from the body is to be present with the LORD"
“I would like to say thank you Ms. Peniston while I was student at Pulaski Jr.High from 1973-1975. You were a source of encouragement always. I will always remember your competive spirit while you were bowling at Tri-City Bowling when it was open. I always felt you were a quiet mother always looking over my shoulder just to make sure I was obedient. May the Lord bless you because you are in a great place and that is in the Lord's presence.
“I am so sorry and saddened to hear of Ms. Peniston passing. I am a neighbor of hers. She will be greatly missed by many friends.
“Remember. “This World is the Land of the Dying; The Next is the Land of the Living.” LORD...Protect and Keep Her! With Sympathy. Atty. Clorius L. Lay
“To The Family: May you find comfort in knowing that the LORD JESUS is with us always.
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Peniston, Nellie (Lewis) Passed away at Regency Hospital, East Chicago after a short illness. Born on January 19, 1931 in Caruthersville, MO. She was preceded in death by her parents, Eddie and Ethel Lewis. After graduation from high school Nellie attended Central State University, Wilberforce,...Read More