Condolence: We are all saddened to the lose of a wonderful lady i use to drive for 4 county transit i picked Nannie up for the senior center she was such a nice lady all 5 of us are going to miss her like crazy. Our deepest condolences to the family always remember she was loved by many...R.I.P Nannie we love you.
I’m am very touched with your tribute to your Grandma. How beautiful it is to see how she touched your life and taught you so many important lessons and the value of the Holy Bible. No doubt the promises contained in them has indeed brought you comfort. Such as Jehovah God knows your suffering and he cares (James 4:8) but not only does he care he promises a time when families will be reunited in paradise on earth. (Acts 24:15; Ps 37:29) We know it’s true because God can not lie. With my deepest sympathy.
Condolence: I love and miss you also Grandma!! You will always and forever be in my heart. You mean sooooo much to me and you've been the best Grandma a Grandson could ever have! I remember those afghans you made for all of us in the family, those times when I was a toddler you and Mom would hold each of my hands while I walked on the wall that surrounded the park in Benson you both took me to all the time. I remember you, Tinker and I going to the auction. Your amazing beans & cornbread with a chunk of onion or onions from the garden on the side. Your lasagna, all the meals you made and especially your famous Banana Pudding! You always took me to church and taught me how to pray. I remember when I lived with you, us watching Antiques Roadshow, eating popcorn and drinking sprite together all the time. I remember the giant cookies you would bring me from work at Sky Chefs/American Airlines when I was little if I was good that week. I remember us going to the Gospel singing at the Breaks state park. I remember you always took me to the fairs and rodeo in Tazewell so I could dress as a clown with the costume you made me and make balloon animals and sell them for a dollar. I remember when I was very little, in Benson, North Carolina we lived near the church and I would run and play in the tall wheat grass and you couldn't see me so you would yell "Abb" and I couldn't say "what" so I would say" Yat? - I have so many fond memories of you and Mom that I think of often, cherish and hold close to my heart. I miss you so very much, more than words can say, more than anything... I still can't believe you're gone. Although I know you're in a better place, up there singing, rejoicing, praising God and pain free with Mom, Grandpap, Georgie, Tommy, Uncle Billy and other family members and friends gone too soon. As I write this I'm crying both tears of love, mourning, and celebration of your life. You taught me so much that has changed my life. You are my everything! I miss you, I love you and you will always be in my heart, thoughts, feelings and life forever. Until we meet again...