Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of your loss of Marie. Losing a loved one is very difficult. At John 11:25, Jesus tells us that our dead will come to life. I hope you find some comfort in these words and there are more comforing words at jw.org. Please accept my deepest condolences.
Condolence: Hugs to you Amy and family!! Your mom was one of the good ones! I know you are sad to have her gone, but like mother it is a blessing. They are now in Heaven with their loved ones that have gone before them. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers for the days ahead!! Love you!!
Condolence: I am saddened to learn of the passing of Mrs. Marie. I loved being around her. She was always sweet and full of joy. What a great reunion she and Bill and Jenny are having in Heaven. May God give you peace and comfort. Love and prayers, Debbie Lee
Condolence: Marie wasFamily, Mariewas funny, Marie was well read, Marie liked grapes, Marie treated me well. Marie and Coochie always talked after a Vol football game. Marie was Family. Marie , Bill, Coochie & Lallie saw Frank Sinatra in Las Vegas. Coochie and Lallie were married by Marie’s Father, Cayce, in the Penecost home on Evrrgreen. Marie was Family Marie flew planes, Marie graduated from Tennessee at a time when most women thought different. Marie raised a Family, Marie lived a long and healthy life . Marie was Family . Love to Amy & Andy and all The Family and Peace to everyone .
Condolence: Marie Pentecost Mangum was one of the most delightful people that I have ever known. When I was a child she was my next door neighbor, and as I grew into an adult she became a dear friend. Our relationship spanned a lifetime with loving memories all along the way. Marie was animated and fun. She had a active mind was was an avid reader. She was a Tennessee grad and a lifelong Volunteer fan. I loved her dearly and the world is a little darker and a little sadder with her gone.