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Brenda Henson: Thanks for community support for Reece family

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Brenda Henson writes:
The Waggeners, Thank you for all the kind words and pictures. She lived for her boys, the lord no to take her home first. Anthony was her baby boy. She worked hard to provide for her boys. There were times it was hard for her, but she never gave up. She was a wonderful mother and sister. Anthony was like his mother, hard working and cleaning. I sure miss them. God knew best we don't know why this happened, only God knows.

I would like to say a big thanks to all who showed so much support, Grissom Funeral Home, thanks to JJ, Blake and Kathy. The Columbia Christian Church and all who helped with the wonderful meal. Flowers and Things worked long hours to get all the beautiful flowers there. Also a big thank you to Melissa Cundiff for her respect to the family. Her business was closed Saturday, that showed so much respect. Thanks to everyone and God bless, all my love to all, thank you. --Brenda Henson
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