Kathleen Price Henderson

In Memoriam
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In Loving Memory of Kathleen Price Henderson Eleven years ago, April 16, 2002, beloved wife, mother, sister and daughter Kathy Henderson went to be with her Lord. This memoriam is for her many family members, friends and loved ones, and for praise for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She remains with us by virtue of a wonderful legacy of family members and friends who experienced her unconditional love and kindness, and a life that demonstrated her passion for her Christian faith. This is summarized by one of her favorite biblical passages: Isaiah 41:10 "Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand." Kathy lived her Christian faith with quiet patience and courage, and she wanted others to have the very best life possible. For her friends and family members, her love was unconditional and knew no bounds. It has been said that times of tribulation generate defining moments in life from which a person's inner character is made visible to others. We had a gift from our Lord to allow us to see manifested in Kathy's life an innermost peace and faith which can only come from God's Holy Spirit. Our family will always be deeply touched by the love of Kathy's many friends. We knew before her death that God could heal her, and we continue to know that our God is all-powerful and His will shall be done. The fact that God's will doesn't always coincide with our requests doesn't in any fashion alter His absolute love for each of us. We know that Kathy is not dead; she truly is with her Creator, and merely passed from this life to a more real and lasting life above with our Lord. The word "eulogy" is from the Greek word for "praise," and many of Kathy's traits are worthy of praise. However, the praise from our lips shall be forever directed to our Lord for His love and gift of eternal salvation.

Published in TBO.com from Apr. 16 to Apr. 30, 2013