Tina Louise Blevins

Virginia, Virginia

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. Grief is so hard to bear, the load is just so heavy. Please accept this invitation from Jesus to make your grief bearable. (Matthew 11:29) . . .Take my yoke . . . my yoke is kindly and my load is light.”

I didn't know Tina very well but I instantly remembered her from our time at R-MWC. I wish her family and and friends love and support as they mourn an intelligent and talented woman.

Tina will always be in the hearts of the many friends that she had! We love and will miss you deeply!

Tina was a special person. I pray for her family and friends. I know we will all miss her.

We are so sorry for your loss. May God give you peace in your time of sorrow and may your memories give you comfort.

I will never forget what Tina and you as her family meant to me as her Kindergarten teacher. She could not have been a better student. May God comfort you at this time. She has left us something in her writings, which I treasure and have just discovered a poem online. I knew even at 5 years of age that she was talented. Cherish your memories as I know that I will.

Tina was not only one of the best students (at R-MWC) but also one of the finest people we have ever met. She was at the same time deeply serious and utterly whimsical. She did not suffer fools and abhorred jobs halfway or badly done; and yet she was unfailingly compassionate and kind. She was witty, clever-- and so smart. We often think of her in the marvelous Halloween costume sewn by her dear friend Aimee; of the Christmas visit to our home by the Alan Rickman fan club; of the Ides of...

I remember Tina as the little girl who loved to come to the library and check out books. Such a lovely person. My thoughts are with you all.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. May you find peace in the wonderful memories and accomplishments of Tina.


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