- February 1, 1933 - February 1, 2013
- Harriman, Tennessee
of Bertha's Passing
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Dearest Ray Family:
Grace be unto You and Peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ.
I WILL lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help, My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. Trust in the Lord; Lean on the Lord. O Give thanks unto the Lord; for HE is good; for his mercy endureth forever.
Now unto HIM that is ABLE to keep You from falling and to present You
Posted by: Cobina Timmons & the Knaff Family - Oak Ridge, TN Feb 06, 2013
May God be your comfort during this most difficult time. Bertha was indeed a special lady. She had a gift of loving and helping those with special needs and our son (Steven) was blessed to have been one of them. A donation in her memory to Michael Dunn has been made so the love she had for these individuals can continue. Our prayers are with you.
Ron & Vicki Blanchard (Parents of Steven Wright)
Posted by: Vicki Blanchard - Lenoir City, TN - Friend Feb 06, 2013
To the Ray family my thoughts and prayers are with you.May God comfort and strengthen you during this time of sorrow. Much Love To All Of You!
Posted by: Cynthia (Cindy) Latham - Augusta, GA - cousin Feb 06, 2013
Although your hearts are heavy with the sorry that you all bear, may all of you be comforted to know how deeply others care. Our deepest and heartfelt condolences in the loss of your beautiful mother.
Mrs. Barbara Johnson (Oak Ridge, TN), Chenetta Jefferson (Huntsville, AL), Corliss Thompson (Knoxville, TN), Karen McNair (Cookeville, TN), Dan Anderson (Birmingham, AL) & Daryl Anderson (Oak Ridge, TN)
Posted by: Corliss Anderson-Thompson - Knoxville, TN Feb 05, 2013
I am so sorry that you have lost a very special lady. Remember that Miss Nancy is having a great time rejoicing with the LORD.
You all are in my prayers.
Posted by: Earnestine W Johnson - Harriman, TN - Friend Feb 05, 2013
Your mother and my mother Evelena Rucker were the best of friends. I remember her sitting on the front porch with mother talking for hours. I"m sure they have found each other in heaven.
Posted by: Clydean Liggett - Decatur, TN - Friend Feb 05, 2013
Whenever I would come home to Harriman and see Aunt Nancy around town I'd get the biggest hug ever. There is a poem that I carry that reminds me of Aunt Nancy. An Indian Chief wrote it.
So live your life that the fear of death can never enter your heart. Trouble no one about their religion; respect others in their view, and demand that they respect yours. Love your life, perfect your life, beautify all things in your life.
Posted by: Rev. Oran & Mrs. Sharon Bazel - Westminster, CO - Nephew Feb 05, 2013
May God be with you and your Family , during your time of sorrow.
Love , Peace and Joy
All our Love
Posted by: Mr. and Mrs. James C. Gallaher Jr. and daughter - North Haven, CT - Brothar and Sister in Law Feb 05, 2013
I can't imagine how loud Aunt Nancy, and Aunt Annie are right now in Heaven. I almost want to think they are spreading the white table cloth's getting the table ready for the feast. I can see them shaking hands with all our loved one's and how they are so glad to see Aunt Nancy. I can hear Uncle June telling her it's about time you got here "Sap Sucker" and the smile on his face to see her. I
Posted by: Melinda S. Bertram - Harriman, TN - Neice Feb 05, 2013
U HAVE OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS
CLARENCE WELLS AND THE STUBBS FAMILY
Posted by: JIMMIE STUBBS - kingston, TN - Friend Feb 05, 2013