WELCOME TO THE
My Aunt, Sister Mary Corley, passed
away this February after 56 years of
religious life as a nun with the Sisters
of Saint Joseph in Springfield, Mass.
An inspiration to & well-loved by all
who knew her, Sister Mary will be
missed and remembered for her love,
dedication and most of all, her amazing
"I never saw a moor
I never saw the sea....
Yet I know how the heather looks
And what a wave must be....
I have never spoke with God
Nor visited up in heaven
Yet certain am I of the spot All donations to the Sisters of Saint
As if the chart were given!" Joseph, in memory of Sister Mary
will be gratefully accepted!! Just click
the link below! Thank-you!!
SISTERS OF SAINT JOSEPH'S WEBSITE
|Called home to New Life on February
Many lives were touched and shaped by
the Presence of God through Miss
Roxie, a Charter Member of Garr Church
and Sunday School Teacher to untold
numbers! Roxie never married. Her life
and love was wholly devoted to Jesus,
her Groom! It was her wish that her
memorial service be more of a wedding
reception to celebrate her wedding day
when her Groom came for her!
info coming soon....
|Mr. Marvin Reid Kendrick, Jr., 64, of
Reidsville passed away peacefully after a
long courageous battle with cancer on
Monday, April 8, 2013.
Reid was born in Rockingham County on
October 8, 1948 to the late Marvin Reid
Kendrick, Sr. and Laura Wilson Kendrick.
Reid was a Sunday School teacher and
member of Canaanland Baptist Church in
Reidsville. He was a retired truck driver with
thirty five years of service and was honored
with "Driver of the Year" and "Safest Driver
of The Year" among many other awards
during his career.
|Reid was also a local gospel singer/songwriter and found great joy playing his
guitar and singing wherever the Lord lead him to sing. He enjoyed gardening and
fishing and spending time with his wonderful neighbors, family and friends of the
community. He had a generous spirit toward those in need.
Survivors include his wife, Linda K. Kendrick of the home; one son, Pastor
Michael Kendrick Storm and wife Seme Storm of Kernersville; one daughter,
Angela Staley of Summerfield; grandchildren, Heather Staley and Aaron Staley;
two sisters, Virginia Kendrick Rogers of Greensboro and Anita Kendrick Staton of
Summerfield, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
LINK TO HIS MEMORIAL SITE>>>> COPY & PASTE INTO YOUR BROWSER!!
FEB 8, 1015 --- DEC 23, 2012
OCT 8, 1948 --- APR 8, 2014
|Mrs. Sylvia Katherine Ryan 71, of Scotland, Arkansas
passed away Monday, May 20, 2013. She was born
January 19, 1942 in Michigan to Henry and Catherine
She was a member of the Assembly of God Church.
She was preceded in death by her father, Henry
Green, brother, Wayne Green, two sons, Robert
Honeycutt, and Charles Honeycutt.
She is survived by her son, Henry Honeycutt of Salt
Lake City, Utah; two daughters, Linda Hamilton of
Scotland, AR; and Pamela Mackey of Rock Hill, South
Carolina; ten grandchildren, Bobby Hamilton,
Jonathan Hamilton, Amanda Clutter, Stephanie
Wilson, Monica Pope, Tara Honeycutt, Dustin Doan,
Ivy Doan, Jessica Honeycutt, and Jimmy Honeycutt,
ten great-grandchildren, Madeyson and Dylan
Swain, Micah and Chase Styles, Zion and Sophia
Wilson, Aliyah, MaKayla, and Bre'Aunna Pope, and
Anna Honeycutt, mother, Catherine Green of Gravel
Ridge, AR; sister, Elaine McGuire of Jacksonville,
AR; brother, Kenneth Green of Oklahoma; and many
other relatives and friends.
|MRS. SYLVIA KATHERINE
JAN 19, 1942 --- MAY 20,