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Myrtie Cassity Obituary
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August 22, 2018

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January 12, 2018
We only met Myrtie a few times, but she was the epitome of a gentle, loving Southern lady. She was fun to be around and made everyone feel very comfortable and welcome. We are sorry about her passing, but know that her pain has been erased and that heaven has welcomed her with open arms. Our deepest condolences to all the family. May your fond memories of Myrtie comfort your sense of loss.
January 12, 2018
Our heartfelt sympathy to Larry and family. Vata & Bobby Gillispie
January 11, 2018
Miss Myrtie was one of the finest people I have ever known, she always treated everyone the same and made all feel worthy. I very seldom had the opportunity to eat out anywhere as a child so when I was invited to eat out with a group that included her at a semiformal restraunt the only thing I knew that resembled a hamburger was what they called a Ground Chuck Steak, which I ordered. The waitress asked me how I wanted it cooked and I was totally dumfounded I was never asked before and was just used to eating what was placed before me. This little country boy replied Fried someone else at the table wanted to chastise me for this and the waitress started to make fun of me at which Miss Myrtie gave them that wonderful smile of hers and said You know I think I will have the same thing and just Fry mine as well I think If I looked up Lady in the dictionary today the only thing I would see would be a picture of Myrtie Cassity.
She also leaves two fine sons behind who will always bring honor to her memory