Sandra Faye Gray Jarvis
- January 8, 1968 - July 30, 2010
- Greenville, Kentucky
of Sandra 's Passing
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O my gosh where do i start....I Miss you so much, its One day before Thanksgivingand I would.Give anything have you with me.Since you have Been hone my World has Been crazy.As you know i was pregonan when you left me , I had my baby her name is Ella...you would have had a fit over her. We go out to the grave yard all the time, I show her your Picture and tell her how.wonderful you are and how
Posted by: Kristy Davis - 3031 beechland quality rd. lewosburg, KY - sister/best friend Nov 22, 2012
Mom i know we didnt get along much there at the end.. we kinda grew apart but i love you so much and i miss you everyday. i wish with everything i have we could all just go back and change alot of things in life that happened. I wish dalton could know you. i know you are watching over us but i just wish so much that we could go back.. i love you so much foreveer and always..
Posted by: Brittany Decker - Panama city , FL - Daughter Aug 20, 2011
I have so many memories of Sandy that are great. One that sticks out the most is on the day of my prom my date stood me up. She wanted me to go so bad. She talked me into it and even paid for my flowers. She would do anything for anybody if she was able. There are not many people in our family like that. We had alot of fun together. I find comfort in knowing she is with
Posted by: April Dukes - Belton, KY - Cousin Aug 14, 2010
The grief that is felt when we lose a loved one may seem unbearable. At such times, we can go to God's word for comfort. God too feels hurt when an individual dies. That is why the encouragement found at Revelation 21:4 assure us that "He will remove sorrow and death will be no more." According to this scripture, there will come a time when those we have lost in death will be brought back by means of a resurrection by the Almighty God. May the family find the comfort that God makes available to all persons.
Posted by: Pat Aug 13, 2010
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I did not know Sandra very long; however, she was a very nice person and my heart goes out to each family member as you share your personal thoughts.
Posted by: Retha Maxwell - Lewisburg, KY - Case Worker Aug 03, 2010
To the family of Sandra Faye, Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. May you find comfort knowing that by means of God’s Kingdom, all human suffering and even death will one day be completely removed! (Please read 1 Corinthians 15:25; Isaiah 25:8; Revelation 21:4)
As for our loved ones who are now sleeping in death, the King of God’s Kingdom, Jesus Christ, has promised that he will raise these ones back to life on earth; and restore humans
Posted by: Lynn (tlppta2yahoo.com) Aug 03, 2010
I JUST WANT TO SAY IM SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS AND THAT SHE WAS A SPECIAL PERSON IN MY LIFE AND THAT EVEN WHEN WE DRIFTED APART I NEVER FOROT HER AND I KNOW EVERYONE WILL MISS HER. I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT IT WAS A REAL GOOD TIME IN MY LIFE WHEN I FIRST MET HER AND MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GOES OUT TO YOU ALL .FAYE, PAM,DALE, KRISTY, AND CHASITY LASHAY AND BRITTANY.
Posted by: ROBERT GARDNER - ISLAND, KY - FRIEND Aug 03, 2010
I will always remember you kind heart, that twinkle in your eye, and that beautiful laugh. I will always love you, and thank you for our long talks at night when i needed you. You will be missed and love deeply.
Love Aunt Vicky.
Posted by: Vicky Dukes - Rumsey, KY - Aunt Aug 02, 2010
I will never forget the time Sandy was here visiting with us when we lived out on the hog farm daddy worked at. We rode the roads and spent alot of time together. I remember when I went to the store and Sandy's girlfriend at the time was with us, and they were kissing and people were looking at them. I was in my twenty's then and back then it wasn't cool here. She always knew the right words to
Posted by: Teanna Ponder - Cairo, GA - Cousin Aug 01, 2010