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    September 5, 2018 @ 11:08 am

    Your Mom was such a sweet lady – I first met her at First Chuch of God – wish I could have spent more time and gotten to know her better. She seemed to have such a spunk for life!


    • Dewayne Kimbrough
      September 5, 2018 @ 1:42 pm

      Thanks for sharing



  2. Lanny Kimbrough
    September 5, 2018 @ 11:59 am

    Aunt Euna Mae always cooked us a very fine breakfast on Saturday mornings before dad and I would go quail hunting with Leamon and Dewayne. Man could she put it on ya! I will always remember the times we were at their house in the summer time and we would have homemade ice cream from the cream that came from their own milk tank as she and Leamon had a dairy operation. She was as hard a working woman as I ever knew. Proud that she was my aunt


    • Dewayne Kimbrough
      September 5, 2018 @ 1:41 pm

      Those was the fun days when we had Quail. Mom always made us two breakfasts. One before we went to milk the cows and one after we returned. Obviously we were spoiled and glad i had to work in order to get those calories off.

      Thanks Lanny for sharing the memories


  3. Valorie Wilson
    September 5, 2018 @ 2:57 pm

    Euna Mae has always been family. Whenever I think of my childhood or any memories from church, she’s always part of what I remember. I’ve missed seeing her the past few years, and I’m grateful I had the opportunity to visit her around Christmas. She is missed! Not sure that I’ll be able to make it down, but wanted you all to know I’m praying for you, and I’m so very sorry that she’s gone.


  4. Angela
    September 6, 2018 @ 9:13 am

    I loved Mrs. Euna Mae VERY MUCH! It was always such a joy going over to visit with her and Mr. Leamon. My best memories of Mrs. Euna Mae are in the kitchen. She was always in there cooking up something! She loved visiting with the babies and showing me all her pictures of the family. She has a story for every one of them! I would go over to help her vacuum the floors and have to vacuum around Mr. Leamon’s chair and he would look at me and lift his long legs way up in his chair to “move out of the way” for me and she and I would just laugh at him! She will be dearly missed!


  5. Marla Rogers and Linda Ward
    September 6, 2018 @ 2:14 pm

    Euna Mae was a neighbor to our Mom at West Vue. We always enjoyed visiting with her when we would go to visit our Mom. We loved to listen to her unique voice. She was very sweet and we’ll miss her smiling face when we go to West Vue.


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