Rev. Cline-Borders-Obituary

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Rev. Cline Borders

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My condolences to all of you. Mr. Borders was a lovely man, and I have many childhood memories of "hanging out" with your family at cookouts and family visits.

Saddened to hear of Cline's passing. Worked for Cline when he headed Ministerial Referral Services at Gardner Webb University. His entire salary went directly into the Scholarship Fund for his Preacher Boys as he called them. It was truly an honor to work for him and to know his wife Doris. Two dedicated people who served life fully. He will be missed.

In some cases the passing of someone beloved is a deeply sad occasion, but in this case I'm pretty sure is a time of celebration. What a life! To have lived, and loved, and been faithful is a wonderful legacy and now to have traded in this life for eternal life is simply amazing. May God be with all of you; I'm sure there is a sadness in the loss, but I know that you also recognize the joy which accompanies this transition. Love you all.

We are so sorry for your loss. It is never easy to say good by but just know that his last breath here was his first breath with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ that he served so faithfully and with his loved ones. What a comfort to know we will see our loved ones again. Now our job is to be ready when our time comes. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May God Bless you, Mickey & Mary Beam

Our deepest sympathy to you and your family,Cline. Your father must have been a wonderful person! Out love to you and Vicki. Uncle John and Aunt Ginny

It was our privilege to know Cline and Doris. We have many wonderful memories of the good times we spent with them. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. With love and hugs!!

Cline will be remembered for his many ways of serving God. He had a heart for missions. We at Hands On Missions know of his love for the people of India. He will be missed as a Godly man of integrity.

My prayers are with Mr. Borders family durning this time. I met Mr.Borders when he came to Summit. He was a nice person and i enjoyed
talking to him.

May God's blessings and the legacy of Rev. Borders continue to reflect in the lives of many... Our prayers are with you.


Rev. Cline's Obituary

Rev. Cline Wilson Borders age 87 died Friday November 1, 2013 at Summit Place in Kings Mountain. Born on April 14, 1926 he was the youngest child of Mike L. and Dona Cline Borders. The family consisted of eight children, Ambrose Borders, Bernice B. Hamrick, Hess Johnson, Mary Sue Carroll, Laura...

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