2011-01-27 / Obituaries

Card of Thanks

The Family of Gladys M. Presnall would like to say thanks for the many helping hands and phone calls, and prayers during her extended illness and death. Your acts of kindness have helped us to endure these difficult times. We would like to give a special thanks to Jackson Home Healthcare, Dr. Neal and staff, also Daystar Hospice Care.

Sincerely Thankful

The Presnall Family

The family of the late Ms. Jennifer Lynn England would like to take this time to say thanks for the many acts of kindness shown during the illness and death of our loved one. Your thoughtfulness gave us much needed emotional support and strength. Special thanks to our pastor, Rev. Hazel Kirksey and our church members from the Williams Temple CME Church for so much love shown to Lynn during this time. To Pastor Jimmy R. Allen and your congregation for the acts of kindness during our sister's illness and death. Rev. Carlton Hogue and the New Greater First Baptist Church family, and to the members of the New Hope Number One Baptist Church family. Thank you to Rev. Cory Pruitt, Mr. John Conner and all of the members of the community who sang the beautiful melodies in the choir and all other program participants. Rev. Thomas E. Jackson (Honorable Representative District 68), you are always there for us. Rev. and Mrs. Clabon Autry always offered much assistance during this time. The DCH Cancer Center and the DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa were superb. The staff at both of these facilities went beyond the call of duty caring for our sister. To her former coworkers at TMHRC, International Paper, and the Clarke County Sheriff's Department and The Clarke County Jail, thanks for being so caring and so thoughtful. Also, thanks to Reese Funeral Home, the individuals who helped with the preparation of the gravesite, her classmates of the THS Class of 1986, her neighbors and her sister's neighbors. Lynn's death is a reminder of how beautiful and fragile life is. She will be forever missed in our family and forever kept in our hearts. May God continue to bless and keep each of you is our prayer.

The England and Martin families

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