Emma-Braund-Obituary

Emma Braund

Appomattox, Virginia

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Mr. & Mrs. Carson, Sylvia, Janet and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I'm so sorry for your loss. What a sweet, sweet lady she was. Emma Mae was my "shepherd" at Concord United Methodist Church. She was so sweet to remember me and my family for birthdays, Christmas, etc. I know she'll watch over everyone from heaven now.

Mr and Mrs Carson, Sylvia and Janet,
My sympathies on your loss, Sylvia always spoke so fondly of EmmaMae.

Our sincerest condolences to the entire family. Cousin Emma will be remembered with smiles and warm feelings.

To the family of emma, what a wonderful person she was, i sat on the same seat with her every sunday , she smiled at me ,held her hand out to me and kissed me on the cheek when i kneld down to her . I walked her out and helped her to the car two weeks ago , i felt privlilaged because she had a wounder caretaker . i will miss her more then i can say , the end of my seat will be empty,

cathy campbell

DEAR MISS EMMA,
YOU WERE A WONDERFUL FRIEND,TO OUR "NANNIE",ELIZABETH REYNOLDS,FOR THE LATTER PART OF YOUR LIVES. MAY YOU NOW, BE IN HEAVEN,TOGETHER,CATCHING UP ON ALL OF THE CONCORD GOSSIP. REST IN PEACE.
LEON,LAWRENCE REYNOLDS AND FAMILIES CHESTERFIELD, VA.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Obituary

Emma's Obituary

Emma Braund passed away in Appomattox, Virginia. The obituary was featured in The News & Advance on January 14, 2011.