In Memoriam

Dorothy Brantley-Weston (Cheatham)

Dorothy Brantley-Weston (Cheatham)



 
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12/15/08 11:06 PM #1    

Janice Johnson (Shider)

Dot, a true friend until her passing, A friend who would always send a Christmas card, call to wish you Happy New Year, never onced failed to ask about the children and grands, was always their in family bereavements. Was the same today, tomorrow and yesterday. We were pregnant at the same time our senior year, my son and her daughter are three days apart. We shared an apartment with our children, a lot we did together. Our friendship and love for each other was not where we had to talk on a daily basis but one that when we talked, it was as if it was just for a day. We knew that there were something special. If it was not so then I certainly did not know. I am so grateful not to know of any difference. SHE never complained of any circumstance, myself never noticing it before. The eve of her passing, an ordeal I went thru, my heart hardened so, not able to stand, the pain were so strong. She had lefted me, going home, my friend now gone and now I realize how Blessed I am to be here and not wanting to complain again, a lesson learned, never to be perfect, but to live as Dot did, so I want complain. To all of you, I hope you remember "Dot" too. I'll never forget my friend, Thanks for the memories... Janice

02/16/10 01:19 PM #2    

Emma Bell (Pinkins)

DOT is a friend and a cousin of mines in which I love and never had any dislikes.We saw a lots of each other because we was in the same classes most of the time.She never complained of her illness and the hearing of her death was unexpected to me.Until we meet again Dot love you.

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