Condolences for Laura Anne Butler

Angela posted on 1/13/20

We look forward to the time when no one will say "I'm sick". Isaiah 33:24. Please allow Jesus words to bring comfort and hope to the family: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither pain mourning nor outcry be anymore. The former things have passed away" Our deepest condolences to the family.


Betty May posted on 1/11/20

Laura hosted the first Scout reunion, she made my husband feel welcome. Later when I met her she was the sweetest person. She always had a smile. She will be missed


Janice Self posted on 1/11/20

I’ll never forget when she taught us Christmas songs and we went around the neighborhood singing that was so fun



James Waterhouse posted on 1/11/20

You will always be missed.


James Waterhouse posted on 1/11/20

This woman had so much love to give that she made me a part of her home. I always felt comfortable in her house and she treated as one of her own. The only name I have ever called her was "Mom." Through love you gave us, carried us through dark times. Through love you gave us, brightened our days. Through love you gave us, we grew into women and men. Through love you gave us, your life's candle has gone out. Now, throught love you gave us, you will live on in our hearts.



Scott and Ashley Jones posted on 1/11/20

Mamaw was a loving caring person she will be very missed and forever be in our hearts


Janet Burke Whitaker posted on 1/11/20

To my Sweet Aunt! My heart will never be the same as you were always a huge part of it. You always told me I was your girl and now i know it, because a part of me is gone with you. I love you always & you are always in my heart & mind. I hear you, I remember things you have said. I am so grateful to God that we spent time together last weekend. Until we meet again my beautiful Aunt/Mom