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Thank you from the family of Marsha Roberts

We would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude for all who came to the funeral home, had prayer for us or with us, brought food, sent cards, sent flowers, keepsake mementos, purchased Gideon bibles, or just called to check on us during this trying time in our lives from the loss of our dear Marsha.

She lived life to the fullest as well as she could and wanted others to do the same. Life is but a whisper, so make every day count as though it would be your last. We had a lifelong saying: Go while you can go, Do while you can do, See while you can see. We all need to tell our spouse how much we love them every day. Hold your children closer everyday. Love and cherish your neighbors as though they were family

We would like to especially thank David, Cathy, Robert, and Daryl at Grissom-Martin Funeral Home for not only everything being professionally and courteously done, but for being friends of our family for years. A special thanks to Betty and Susan at Flowers 'N Things for making the flowers and everything else perfect. Marsha would be so proud of you all.

May God bless everyone,
James & Jamison Roberts

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