• Ms. Mildred L. Cook

    31 Jul 2012

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    Ms. Mildred L. Cook

    D.O.D. 07/31/2012

    Age: 69

    Place of Death: Hospice of West Al.

    Funeral services for Ms. Mildred L. Cook will be held Saturday August 4, 2012 at 11:00am at Mt. Sinai Methodist Church in Big Sandy, AL., Pastor Willie Townsend Jr. will officiate burial will follow in Frierson Cemetery in Big Sandy.The remains will lie in state one hour prior to funeral time at the church. Wills’ Funeral Service of Northport in charge of all arrangements.

    Public viewing: Friday 12:00 noon -7:00pm

    Flower times: Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

    Saturday 9:00am-9:30am

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    To the family of the late Ms. Midred Cook: The Smith family would like to extend to you our deepest sympathy. We want all of you to know that earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. From experience, it will seem hard at first, but just take it one day at a time. Cry if you must, but always remember that time will heal your wound and leave you with all of the wonderful memories you have of your mother. Always lean and depend on Jesus, for HE is truly able to carry you through. We love you all. Blest By Four and the Smith Family

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    To a awesome women of God may your soul forever rest in Peace. You have left behind a legacy of Greatness and a standard for rightous living for us all to live by. May God comfort and strengthen the family and keep them in perfect peace during this time of bereavement.

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    I am sorry I cannot be there for the service. My heart felt thoughts and prayers are with you. We will all miss that sweet smile of Mildred's. Keep your hands in God's hand. He carry us when we can't carry ourselves. He can do no wrong,no matter what it feel like right now. You Will understand .God is Good and perfect. Love you all. Your Cousin Ella and Bishop Thomas S. Lee Jr.

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    Aunt Mildred from your niece sharon justing wanting to say I love you and will truly miss you. Great love from the Hughes family Joe,Sharon,and Justin. May you rest in peace.

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    To my nieces and nephews of my sister-in-law, Mildred Cook. Sorry, we couldn't be there with you all but just know that we're there in spirit. I know how you all are feeling right now. Carolyn and Deborah lost their Mother and your Auntie, Sarah(Aunt Bay Bay) back in March of this year. Just know that Mildred is no longer suffering anymore. She's at peace and pain free from the cares of this world. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. God picked His best flower to be at rest with Him in eternity. We love you all and may God's Holy Spirit comfort you on today and the coming days ahead. Rest on, sister-in-law. You're home in your heavenly mansion with your Momma, Daddy, Robert, Oscar and Sarah. We love you but God loved you best. Roosevelt, Carolyn and Deborah Bishop.

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    In sorrow we mourn those lost. In gratitude, we embrace those around us. In sympathy, we reach out to those who grieve. As you grieve, know that others are remembering you and honoring the memories of Mildred. Let not you heart be troubled. I love you guys.

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    My Sister, sister I know you had to go, but I didn't want to see you go. I remeber you would always say when someone went on to glory, " They have done what we all must do some day." My heart is broken, I Love You so much, but you will be forever in my heart, and mind. Go on, take your rest in peace, we will meet again. R.I.P Your Sister Eddie Lois Riley.

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