Lucimarian Roberts

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May God continue to keep you and your family safe in his arms.weepimg may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning. Know that you will see her again. To be absent from the body is to be present with the lord. Until you meet again may God continue to allow you and your family to stay strong and trust him to see you through this.This too shall pass.
Be Blessed

You have my deepest sympathy . I am a descendant of the Toliver of the Vickburg MS area. Is it possibly that Mrs R parents were fr the same area. My great great gr parents are Hillard n Betty Toliver. Married around 1830s r earlier. Many family traveled north in the early 1900s.

From a great and accomplished woman, came
two great, wonderful and accomplished women. God bless you all.

Gemma Palmer

Thanks to Rev. Belinda Curry of Louisville I learned of the death of Mrs. Lucimarian Tolliver Roberts and would like her family and friends to know that I, who never knew her until today, am greatly impressed with the work she did for the Master and the legacy she has left for her descendants and all of us. She had an outstanding life and ministry of which we can all be proud. She has finished the work God sent her here to do. Thanks be to God!
Rev. Dr. Gayraud S. Wilmore

My deepest sympathies to Mrs. Roberts' family and friends. I had the privilege of meeting her and her daughter, Sally-Ann, while attending a conference at the Billy Graham Center in Asheville several years ago. She, along with her daughter, made such a lasting impression on me of her love for her family and for her Lord and Savior.

I am only part way through your mother's beautiful book "My Story, My Song". By her example, I am more determined to speak positive words into the lives of those around me and to take time for others. As a cancer survivor I pray for you, Robin. God has you in His arms and He will carry you through. I know you know that already, but it never hurts to hear that promise again and again. God bless you and your family. I wish I could have had one hour with your Mother, but then...I...

Robin Roberts and family,
What a Mother! You have may deepest sympathy for the loss of your Angelic Mother. I have read "My Story, My Song" several times. As I read chapter 6 "Standing on holy ground" it remeinded me of when I was at camp Middlesex with the Washington, DC Church of God.
Your reflections on life and faith as written in the book will forever be etched in my heart and on my mind.
God blessings as you cherish the memories of such a beautiful...

Robin, I know your mom would have wanted to be with you at this time, but just know her spirit lives with you and the family. Think positive and get well soon.


Lucimarian's Obituaries

Lucimarian Tolliver Roberts February 5, 1924-August 30, 2012 Pass Christian Lucimarian Tolliver Roberts was born February 5, 1924 in Akron, Ohio to the union of William and Sally Suddeth Tolliver. After suffering a stroke in July, her heavenly Father called her to be with Him on August 30, 2012....

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