My sincerest condolences on the loss of your husband. May warm memories and the abiding faith that shaped your lives together give you comfort in your grief.
May the peace of Christ be with you,
Gene was an inspiration as a man and pastor. It was always a joy and learning experience when in his company.
Praying with you, family and many who were encouraged and edified by Gene and his ministry among us. There are many wonderful memories of Gene's service in the Farmville District and beyond. Grace and peace in the the Lord Jesus Christ, Who prepares a place for all who love Him. (John 14)
Dear Mary Nell,
Our deepest sympathies i the loss of Gene...did was a true servant of our God...he gave so much to us at Ocran as did you....you both will always be a part of great memories serving the Lord...May you be comforted by God's gift of memories and his love.
Mary Nell, I’m so sorry to hear about Gene’s passing. He is in some of my earliest memories as a child when he was pastor for Tabernacle UMC. He was always very supportive. Praying for your peace and understanding during this time. Much love always.
Mary Nell, I was so sorry to learn of Gene's passing. I will always remember our high school days . He was a much loved and respected member of DHS Class of '64. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
So sorry for your loss. Our family loved Gene when he was at Corinth church on the Cartersville charge❤️❤️
Leslie and Lydia Parrish
Mary Nell, Words are never sufficient to express condolences. For several years I served with Gene on the board of directors for the United Methodist Conference Center at Blackstone. Gene was an inspiration and the two of you were highly valued supporters and advocates of the Center. Even now I have a picture of Blackstone hanging in my conference room and it serves as a reminder not only of the institution but of the friendship I enjoyed with Gene and the great respect I always had for him. I am praying that you sense that peace and comfort that is promised for those who know Jesus as their savior and that in the not too distant future we'll all be together again. With love and respect, Glen Huff
Mary Nell, there are no real words to express my sympathy at this difficult time, but please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers as you walk through the trying days in the future. May God guide you and comfort you every minute of every day!
So sad to hear of the death of my dear high school friend and fellow Methodist. I will never enter Dinwiddie Elementary School without hearing his laughter. May you rest in God's loving hands?
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