Resources
Related Pages
Pages (100+)
See More >
Mentions
See More >
Helpful Services


Obituary Condolences Gallery

Thelma Greenup Lundy Obituary
Add a memory or condolence to the guest book
  • UPLOAD
    PHOTOS
  • ADD A
    VIDEO
  • LIGHT A
    CANDLE
If you need help finding the right words, view our suggested entries for ideas.

Back to Personal Message


Add a photo to your message (optional)
Preview Entry
July 22, 2018

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed. Legacy.com reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling.

Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Select up to 10 photos to add to the photo gallery.

Select a candle
*Please select a candle
Preview Entry
July 22, 2018

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed. Legacy.com reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling.

Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Keep updated on this Guest Book
Sign up below to receive email updates.
 Memories & Condolences
This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Kathy Lundy Jones.
February 20, 2017
Such wonderful memories of her smile and kindness when she came to Barbourville, Ky with my wonderful Uncle John Lundy. God bless the family and all those the miss her. Charlene C. Evans
October 7, 2014
Thinking of my Nana so much today. It's been so long since I have spoken to her now and I would give anything to hear her voice. Love you Nana xo
May 16, 2007
Sunday was the first Mother's Day without my mother. She has been gone 3 months and 9 days but it feels like an enternity since I have heard her voice. On this day I am thankful for the blessing of having her as a mother. She was a beautiful person both inside and out, a loyal person to family and friends and steadfast in her love without reservations. I can only aspire to be as good a person as she.
March 7, 2007
Adjusting to my grandmother being gone is very strange. During the week, I can focus on work and absorb myself in other things to get my mind off of it. But the weekends are another story. My mom and I used to see her quite a bit on Sundays and now those days feel empty. Going to her house is probably the worst part. She lived there for close to half her life so everything in it is her. Its the most dreadful feeling to walk in and not see her. Even though I cant physically see her any longer, I feel her in every room. Maybe someday that will bring comfort but right now, it just intensifies the heaviness of loss. I look around at all the things she loved and took such good care of and want to make sure that not only are they preserved but that the important parts of her are remembered and written down. The greatest things that people leave behind have nothing to do with money or material possessions. They are the people that they loved, the solid morals that they taught to their children and grandchildren, the love they had for animals, the generosity of spirit for those less fortunate than others, an unwavering belief in God to name a few. There are so many things, now that the time has come to reflect, that my grandmother passed on to me. Some of them may have been dormant until now, some engrained so deeply I didnt even know that they drove my actions. But I see the goodness in her in aspects of myself sometimes and I want more than anything to strenghten those aspects in myself if only to carry on her legacy. All that said, I never imagined how long one month could feel until now. I hope that everyone continues to pray for my family that we will emerge from this with more understanding and empathy for others.