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Name: Brad Braden
From: Gresston
Tony, My condolences to you and your family during this time of bereavement.
 
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Name: Kyle Barrett
From: Warner Robins
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I have worked with Mr. Tony Graham for over ten years. I have heard nothing but great things about this lady and her family. My deepest condolences go out to her family.
 
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Name: angela adams
From: lizella ga
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Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this time.
 
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Name: Craig
From: Warner Robins
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There are moments in our lives that are so sad, but at the same time an honor as part of a family that tells us how very important love is in this short life. Being asked to be a pallbearer is one of those honors. A “pall” is traditionally a ritual cloth that covers a casket and the bearers (of course) are the people that carry a casket. With Aunt Louise the term and position I’ve been honored with is very true…she was the cloth that always wrapped my brother and me in love as if we were more than nephews, we belonged to her. To be asked to be her final escort is a moment I will cherish and fills my heart so much it’s broken.

Aunt Louise and Uncle Newt were the type of people had brother and I asked for their last dollar, they’d hesitate not thinking it over if they should, but if there was more to give. Of course as survivors we’re selfish as we know there will be other blackberry cobblers, but never another one Aunt Louise made so we mourn a part of our lives lost that will never taste the same. We mourn that feeling of loss that her home was always so much fun and will not be the same instead of taking joy knowing as long as she’s loved, she is not lost. A long life, a lady that was envied because of her kind, pure heart…so we make it past the next couple days because how lucky are we to have been hers.

“An aunt is a safe haven for a child. Someone who will keep your secrets and is always on your side.”
― Sara Sheridan (Scottish author)
 
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Name: Janice S. Cartwright
From: Milan
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All of you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Hugs, Wayne and Janice S. Cartwright, Milan, GA.
 
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Name: Stokes-Southerland Funeral Home
Please accept our deepest condolences.
 
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