A truly beautiful soul. When I was growing up in OBUMC, she always had a smile and a kind word. She spent time at my grandparent's house visiting. Over the years after moving, I thought of her often. Rest in peace.
I loved Marion Tatum and was so sorry to hear of her loss. She was one of the sweetest woman in this world. She loved children and especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will be missed greatly. I can just vision her in heaven having a talk with our Lord. It brings a smile to my face. God bless her family during this difficult time.
I met Marion during the years my late husband, Rev. Al Lynch was appointed to the South Brunswick Charge. She was a blessing to both of us. I thank God for her friendship to our family
Please accept my deepest condolences for your family's loss. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. My heart goes out to you all. Grandma Tatum was such a sweet, sweet person.
It's with great sadness to learn of Mrs Tatum's passing. When I was a little girl Preacher Tatum was the minister at Olive branch. I dont remember much about those earlier years but as years passed by and Mrs Tatum would make her way back to Gasburg after Mr Tatum's death. That's when I really got to know her and loved to listen to her teach Sunday school or preach if the pastor was away. She was the most kind hearted lady and loved everyone she would meet. She was always doing something nice for others in all the time I knew her. She and my mother ( Ruth Wall) were good friends and shared a deep love for Olive Branch Church. After Mrs Tatum got sick and moved to Marion Jean's home I thought about her often. I'm not sure but maybe at AB's funeral I asked about her then. Our family thought a lot of Mrs Tatum. She is now rejoicing in Heaven and I know she is happy to be at her eternal home.
I'm so very sorry for your loss . Keeping everyone in my prayers !
I was not privileged enough to know her but what I have been told I would have been very privileged to have been able to meet her and learn from her. My prayers are with the beautiful family.
I remember Mrs. Tatum when Rev. Tatum served Tabernacle Methodist. She was a kind, sincere, supportive woman and was respected by all. May beautiful memories comfort her family and those who loved her.
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