Frances-Edmonds-Obituary

Frances Edmonds

Louisville, KY, Kentucky

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EDMONDS, FRANCES "NETTA," 55, passed away Thursday August 20, 2009. She was a member of Stoner Memorial Baptist Church and an employee at Westminster Terrace Presbyterian Homes. Survivors include her children Rickey, Monique, Corey, Norton and Scottie Edmonds and Deanna Mayes, her...

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So sorry to hear of the passing of Netta. My family and I will be lifting your family up in prayer. Just heard about her passing. Trust, Lean and depend on God he will bring you through. God knows and feels your pain. Shes Gone but the love she had for everyone will always live on . When you feel like cryin,think of past pleasant memories of her and I promise they will make you smile. God bless you all. (The Wilson(curtis) and Alexander(Shawn) Family

MONIQUE & DOMONIQUE,

SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF THE DEATH OF YOUR LOVE ONE. DOMONIQUE & MONIQUE WE WILL KEEP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN OUR PRAYERS.

LOVE YOU

Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.

To Monique , Domonique and Family
...It will not be easy, but remember to stay in pray, because God answers prayers...I Love you!

I WILL KEEP THE FAMILY IN MY PRAYERS STAY STRONG.

GRANDMA, I LOVE YOU SO MUCH. I KNOW YOUR IN A BETTER PLACE. WE ALL LOVE YOU AND WILL MISS YOU.
YOUR GRANDSON, KAYVON

I'm sorry that Netta left so soon I really wish she could have got to know her grandson Latwan.We will miss her very much.

"the last thing I said to you was 'I love you' and you replied 'I love you too'.........a few days later you were gone. You have always been a beautiful lady with so much class and style. I'm proud to say that you are my mom. Some view dying as a sad thing......but dying is a part of god's plan for all of us....anything that is a part of god's plan can't be sad. you had a very strong spirit and I still feel it. Until we meet again....I love you. Oh yeah, tell dad I said.... what's...

I was so sorry to see Frances' name and picture on the obituary list this morning. She looked after my mother in law at Westminister Terrace until her death. She was always so kind and caring and I often thought I would not know what I would have done without the confidence of knowing Frances was there looking out for her. In fact, she was the one I specifically looked for after my mother in law passed away to thank her. You can be comforted knowing your mother was a caring, wonderful...