Inez-Bishop-Obituary

Inez G. Bishop

Manchester, New Hampshire

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Manchester - Inez G. Bishop of Manchester passed away Aug. 8, 2014, at the Catholic Medical Center. She was born in Lloyd, Fla., the daughter of the late James and Bertha (Evans) Glenn.Inez was a past member of the Faith Baptist Church and a current member of the First Congregational Church in Manchester. She was a past president of the Greater Manchester Black Scholarship Foundation and also served on its Board of Directors. Inez was a lifelong member of the NAACP and served as a former president.Members of the family include her son, Frank E. Bishop of Manchester, and her three daughters, Helen M. Phillips and her husband, George, of Colorado Springs, Colo., Stephanie A. Aldridge of Manchester, and Patricia Griffin and her husband, Clarence, of Moore, Okla. She is also survived by 11 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, 13 great-great-grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins.She is predeceased by her husband, Frank E. Bishop Sr., and her sister, Margie Plummer..

SERVICES: Calling hours will be held on Thursday, Aug. 14, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Cain & Janosz Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 74 Brook St., corner of Pine Street, Manchester.Services will take place Friday, Aug. 15, at 11 a.m. at the Cain & Janosz Funeral Home. Burial will take place at Pine Grove Cemetery at a later date.Memorial donations may be sent to the Greater Manchester Black Scholarship Foundation, P.O. Box 534, Manchester, NH 03105.

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My first introduction to "Grammie" was when my daughter Chas married her grandson Josh in 2001. After our introduction, she insisted I call her Grammie.
Grammie lit up a room the moment she walked in with her infectious smile; Her quick wit brought much laughter, but most of all she filled a home with love.
My condolences to her family on their loss of one remarkable and an unforgettable woman.

Dear Friends, Your parents were two of my favorite people, from the age of 10, when my Dad was called as pastor of the then Merrimack Street Baptist Church. Your father was the usher par excellence, always greeting the people with his quiet warmth and dignity, and your mother was a role model of wisdom, determination and perseverance, with grace. All of our parents are now WELL, in the presence of God, who gave them to us, and to whom we now entrust them. May you receive comfort and...

This is with great sadness for such a wonderful, love one. May, you continue to find comfort with family & friends as well as having so many happy memories to fill your hearts forever. May it be comforting to remember that we can call on God and he will always give us the needed strength to cope with our sorrows.(Psalms 55:16)

From the staff and members of the William B Cshin Senior Activity Center please accept our sincere condolences

To The Bishop Family: I Remember this wonderful Lady from my Bartlett Street days. May your fond memories replace the pain of your loss. My Deepest Sympathy.

Frankie & Stevie, my sincere consolences for your loss.

Dear Frankie and all the Bishop girls - so sorry to hear about your mom. I remember those days on Bartlett St. very fondly. She was a wonderful lady and there is a special place in heaven for her.

Offering our deepest condolences at this difficult time.