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August 18, 2018

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February 4, 2018
Mr. Wilson was a patient of mine and Dr. Hamlett at Acipco Dental Department. I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Wilson's passing. He was one of the most nicest gentlemen I have ever met. He was always so positive and I always enjoyed talking with him. A true Southern gentleman! My thoughts and deepest sympathy to all of the family.
February 2, 2018
Blessed are those who Mourn, for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:4 (NIV) . Our phone conversations, church and family fellowship will truly be missed.
Auntie Lillie praying for you and our family.




Prayerfully,
Rev. Boe & Bobbie
Rev. Elbert and Mary Jones,Sr..
Hueytown, Al.
February 2, 2018
To Danny Ray Wynne: My children and I were moved with compassion when we heard about the passing of your father, Mr. W.C. Wilson. We want to remind you that God has brought you to this point in life, not to leave you, but to bring you to an expected end. While we cannot say we know exactly how you feel, we can say that God is no respecter of persons. What He has done for others He will do for you. God has used you to be a tremendous blessing and support to other people in their times of bereavement and other life challenges. Therefore, it is our prayer that the God of the harvest will grant you an unusual return of love and support because of the seeds of kindness you have sown into the lives of others over the years. Psalms 30:5 reassures us that weeping may endure for night, but joy comes in the morning. Take this season to cry your tears. God has given us the ability to cry as a stress relieving mechanism. Most importantly, after the crying and the mourning comes the morning and the joy of the Lord. The joy of the Lord is and will be your strength. May God grant you His grace and comfort by the power of the Holy Spirit today and in the days to come. Yours in Christ
The Entire Wynne Family -
February 2, 2018
We are praying for you in this time of sorrow. In this time of uneasiness, Remember Psalms 30:5 For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. With Love C. Anthony, Glenda Brasfield and Family