Laurie McCauley

Lynchburg, Virginia


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Continuing to celebrate the life and memories of Laurie Lee McCauley!!

Dear Greg and family+,

I'm sending my deepest sympathies.
I knew Laurie in the early 1970's. We sang and danced together at the Muny Opera in St. Louis, Mo.
This is shocking to me, to find out that she has passed on. May she rest in peace with Our Lord Jesus Christ.

I just got the word, and memories flooded back: A shared Missouri childhood of make-believe in Miss Boehm's log cabin, catching toads and box turtles in the creek and exploring the shady woods. I was lucky enough to have shared all this with Laurie Lee. I think a lot these days about those carefree times; it's what I want for my own kids. Laurie was my next door neighbor, and we were inseparable in our grammar school years...playing barefoot from dawn to dusk, four-square, friendship rings,...

To the Bartram McCauley Family,
My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you on your loss. I only heard of Laurie's passing this morning and only knew her through her film work, however she had a timeless elegant beauty about her. Not just her physical appearance but her heart which was so huge and open to all. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Dear Greg & Family & Laurie if you're looking down. I saw you a few years back at my 20th reunion at Liberty. We recognized each other immediately. We were friends many years ago at college. I always admired how your walk with Christ made you so different from the world others seemed to be so drawn to. What an inspiration you were then as a Christian and later as an incredible mother. You made me want to be closer to Jesus. I love you, friend, and I'll miss you terribly. That weekend...

Greg and Family,
My heart goes out to you. I lost my first wife to cancer a number of
years ago. We had 4 children. Please know that your hope does not
escape you. What Laurie had seen by faith, she now sees face to face. I
graduated in '82, was the RA in dorm #5, second floor. I knew Laurie
personally and you in-passing. May the Lord continue strengthen you as
fix your eyes on Jesus.

Dear Greg and family,
I read about Laurie this week! I was drawn to LU when Laurie came with Smite to sing at my church. She became a DEAR friend. We lost contact after I left, but I've told people how she blessed my life and how the Lord used her to change my life while we were in school together! You have been in my prayers and will continue to be! May God grant you comfort and peace as you walk through the difficult days ahead! Praise the Lord we WILL be with her again!!!!

Dear Greg and family:
Laurie is looking down and wondering what all of the fuss is about - she is now with God and is keeping a smiling and close eye on her family and friends. Don't grieve, but celebrate that she is now at true peace. God bless the family and comfort them with their strong faith.

Dear Greg;

I just heard of your loss and I am so saddened. I barely knew Laurie but everything I had heard from my days at Liberty made it clear that she was an example of a lady in the truest sense of the word. It is good to know that she is in the presence of an awesome God. May you find the strength that only God can give while you continue to provide for your children. You have seen tragedy before and I know you are up to the task. God has prepared you for the coming days and...


Laurie's Obituaries

McCauley, Laurie 49, daughter of Larry and Lee Bartram, died Friday, May 25, 2007 in Virginia. Service of Diuguid F.H. 434-385-8900.

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