James Thomas “Jimmy” Mulledy

May 27, 1950 - August 16, 2018

James Thomas “Jimmy” Mulledy, age 68 of Romney, WV passed from this life and entered eternal life in Heaven on Thursday, August 16th as a result of a farming accident.

Jimmy is preceded in death by his parents, Thomas Jr. and Sarah Katherine (Potter) Mulledy and by his sister, Janice Woodward.

He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Dianna Simmons “DeeDee” Mulledy; a son, Jesse W. Mulledy and wife Tammy of Romney; (2) daughters, Elece M. Bursey and husband Bryan of Winchester, VA and Misty M. Cook and husband Eli of Slanesville; a brother, Richard L. “Dickie” Mulledy and wife Janis of Romney; and a sister, Dorothy A. Wood and husband Norval of Shanks.  Jimmy is also survived by (6) grandchildren; Tessa W. Mulledy, Emmagrace Bursey, Mulledy Jane Cook, Jakob V. Bursey, Elijah H. Cook and Berkeley Raine Cook as well as his faithful furry friend, Linda Lou.

Jimmy was born and raised in Romney and graduated with the class of 1969 from Hampshire High School.  At a young age, Jimmy established a very strong work ethic that included cutting pulp wood starting when he was in high school.  His first real job was that of a truck driver working for Randy Ewers’ orchard and was followed by a couple years of Diesel College in Nashville, Tennessee.  Soon after, Jimmy went to work as a Telephone Lineman for Hargets moving to GTE (which became Telecommunications) from which he retired in 2000 after 32 years of service.

Jimmy’s life took on a significant change in 1973 when he met DeeDee.  They married in 1975 and the girls came along in 1977 and 1979 and Jesse became part of the family in 1986.   A move back home to the Mulledy Homestead occurred in 1981 and Jimmy was back on the farm.  Jimmy worked two full time jobs.  One for the phone company and the other was being a farmer.  At one time they had 150+ head of cattle and he not only worked his farm, he farmed adjacent farms.   For the first 17 years after the girls arrived, DeeDee was a stay at home mom raising kids and being a workmate of Jimmy’s.  His life was centered around hard work and long hours.  Jimmy could always find time to help whoever needed help.  His heart had a huge capacity for love, humor, friends, and family.  Jimmy could be tough when required to be.  In the next moment he could be a classic prankster who loved to cut up and tease.   A slap on the back because he was glad to see you was not uncommon and he could always find something to laugh about.  He was a principled man who was totally committed to his family and through example, taught his children high morals and values.

Jimmy found joy in many ways.  Before his family came along, he enjoyed the rodeo and being a part of it.  The pleasure he found in being around horses never left and became part of family life at the Mulledy’s.  Jimmy faithfully attended Calvary Assembly of God for 20 years where he was a devoted part of the church family.  His devotion to family, friends, and community will leave an empty place in many hearts and will be deeply missed.

PLEASE!  If you have a memory, thought or insight about Jimmy, please take a moment and write it down and send it to Shaffer’s.  It is DeeDee’s wish to save these memories for their grandchildren, and your time and effort will be deeply appreciated and remembered.

Friends will be received Sunday, August 19, 2018 from 3:00pm till 7:00pm at The Calvary Assembly of God “The Grace Place” in Fort Ashby, WV (Rt. 46 West out of Fort Ashby).  ***Please note funeral services will be in Augusta***  Funeral  services will be held Monday morning August 20, 2018 at 11:00am at the Augusta Church of Christ with Pastor Wesley Beahm officiating.  Interment will immediately follow at Ebenezer Cemetery, Romney.

In lieu of flowers the family would like to bless Daniel and Amber who risked their lives to save Jimmy’s life on the day of the accident.  Please make contributions to: Shaffer Funeral Home ~ 230 East Main St. ~ Romney, WV 26757

Please direct inquiries to Shaffer Funeral Home, 304.822.3511

Carter Wagoner August 18, 2018

56 condolences for “James Thomas “Jimmy” Mulledy”

  1. Dee Dee & Family

    Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. May God`s grace and your happy memories
    of Jimmy, help lessen your pain. We send this with our deepest sympathy.

    God Bless You!

  2. I spent many happy nights at the Mulledy farm. Dottie and I were good friends who have lost touch over the years. Jimmy was a year behind us in school and his mother was my 4th grade teacher. I have fond memories of those days and extend my deepest sympathy to the whole family.

  3. To Elece and Bryan, and the rest of the Mulledy Family,
    I am so deeply sorry to hear of your lossl.
    We meet you all and the family and other staff at the market on Route 50 last year and fell in love with you and the very fresh produce you had. Visiting you at least twice a week and more sometimes. Last summer my husband only wanted fresh fruits and vegetables and that it what we had all summer from your market. You all was so kind and carried the produce to the truck and always said something to my husband. Which was much appreciated for the contact you had with him. He always admire the neatness and appearance of your market, especially in the fall And we just fell in love with you for your kindness and concerns for our family. He loved the manure spreader with the fall flowers and pumpkins. He often laugh about that and said it was the only farm equipment that kicked the s___ out of it self. And I have pictures of that, it was so pretty. We both were raised on farms and both know the value and importance of the fresh produce and all the care and work it takes to get it from the farm to table. May God hold each each of you in the palm of his hand in the days ahead. Prayers for your whole family and friends for your sudden loss. Deloris and Charles would say me too.

  4. I have known Misty and her family since we were in 1st grade (1985). We use to also go to church together for many many years. I have always adored Jimmy and DeeDee. They were some of the nicest people I have ever met in my life. I’m so very sorry for your loss DeeDee, Misty, Elece, Jesse and the rest of the Mulledy family. May God bless and keep you.

  5. My husband, four children and I were neighbors of Tom and Sarah Mulledy from 1973 to 1977. Great neighbors. I graduated with Janice and got to know Dottie and Dickie in school, too. We moved to Florida but did not stay in touch. When I moved home some of the first people I ran in to were DeeDee and Jimmy. They hugged me and said how glad they were to see me. I didn’t know they even knew who I was. It was the same thing every time I saw them, inviting me out to their home. Life being what it is I never made it to see what Jimmy had done to the double wide he bought for a rental that we had owned. My great loss. I had no siblings and am fortunate both my parents are still with me (100 and 91). Dottie and Dickie, I cannot know the pain you are going through. Jesse, Elece and Misty, I can only imagine your loss. I know each of my children grieved their dad’s loss in different ways and none were wrong. It’s been 18 years and their raw grief surfaces at different intervals. DeeDee, having also lost my husband too young and too soon, I understand your grief and feeling of loss. Remember all your feelings no matter what they may be are okay. I love you and am here for you if you would like to get together. May God Bless and strengthen you all as you begin this new phase of your life. Sharon

  6. I’ve known Jimmy and the family all my life. My heart is saddened to know of this tragedy. My love and prayers go out to Dee Dee and the family. He will forever be remembered and missed.

  7. DeeDee, I was sadden to hear about the passing of your husband. I’m asking God to give you peace & comfort. God bless you & your family!

  8. Dee Dee and your dear family,
    You have been in my prayers and I know this is not easy.
    May God continue to bless you and comfort you in the coming
    days ahead.

    Love and prayers,
    Nancy Bowman

  9. My heart goes out to you Dee Dee , and your dear family. I know what a great loss this is . May God continue to bless you and comfort you in the coming days ahead .

  10. So very sorry …Jimmy was a Good Man and will be missed greatly,no doubt…I am sending love,hugs, and prayers to the family from our family,we couldnt pay our,respects in person due to family heath in our own circle but wanted to reach out. God Bless !

    Bil, Uli, and Bea Taylor
    Dottie Dayton

  11. I’ m very sorry to give a good a friend and fellow farmer to our lord. I remember his parents and how his guick thinking saved my boy from becoming seriously hurt.
    We can’t manage to be with you in person to celebrate Jimmy life, but we sent out love and prayers.

  12. Have known Jimmy and his family for a very long time. We were all family. All thru school and all. He will be missed. Love you and your family Dee Dee.

  13. We send our deepest and fondest condolences as well as our prayers to all the Mulledy family and friends. Jimmy was a wonderful and well loved man. God Bless you all and God speed in finding peace in this hard time.

    From, Denice and Pete Strickler and family

  14. I did not know this man or his family, but I know them now through the words of those who have written here.

  15. Deepest condolences to the Mulledy family in this time of despair. A great man of God that had the support of a godly family will be forever missed and I’m positive that him and Mark are keeping everyone entertained up there.

  16. My heartfelt love goes out to DeeDee and wonderful family. Just seeing the pictures shows the special love of your family. Prayers and hugs!

  17. I have known him for about 12 years and he was a good hardworking man. He was always smiling and willing to help others. My family and I will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  18. Dear Mulledy Clan – up to 1968 our family (Elmo Pownell) spent a great deal of time on Jersey Mt – two things happened our grand fathers family farm was sold and we grew up – having said I may live many miles away but my heart never leaves jersey Mt – it had a profound affect on my life- a major part of that experience was spending time at the Mulledy farm – very hard work – a dedication to family -religion – and a prinipaled moral life -these are traits which found there way into Jimmy’s life-while time drifted us away I treasured those times and it saddens terrible to know Jimmy has passed

  19. DeeDee, We regret that your husband passed. i am so sorry for your loss.
    I only knew him the day of the sale. You both seemed so nice.
    Our prayers and sympathy. .
    Dale and Delores Bailey

  20. Our thoughts, prayers and blessings to the entire and extended Mulledy family. Jimmy’s passing from this life to more life is a tribute to his love and faith.

  21. More than a half century ago I was a classmate of Jimmy’s in the fifth/sixth grade class at Three Churches School taught by his mother. We were also neighbors and Jimmy once invited me to spend the night at their house. We played football together the next day in the pasture field. Jimmy and family have been good friends and neighbors to my family and I appreciated their friendship with my parents as they grew older. May God comfort you all with his love and hope in Christ Jesus.

  22. I remember the time when I lived on Grassy Lick Road that my cat climbed up a 30 ft tree. He meowed all night and I was worried sick! I called the Mulledy’s, and even though cats were not Jimmy’s favorite animal, he brought his boots with the spikes and climbed up the tree to retrieve that cat. The dumb cat then panicked and proceeded to jump. Of course he landed on his feet but he scratched Jimmy in the process. This is an example of the kind of man he was. Willing to lend a hand because a friend, even though maybe for a silly reason, needed help. He was and is a wonderful example of Christ like love. You will be so missed but I look forward to seeing you in Heaven!

  23. My first memory of Jimmy is of riding horses at the local horse shows, along with naming a few, Larry Moreland, Jimmy Pyles, Jim Billmyer, Alan Westfall, Janet Westfall, Terry French, Karen French and many more. My daughter Carli was just a young kid, but had a great pony and Jimmy was always ready to help. I on the other hand, was not much of a rider, but along with Jim Billmyer we always did the fun things. This was probably 40 years of so ago, but I never forgot him, he was always so kind and as I remember him, he was always wearing a baseball cap. In his obituary picture he still looks the same only a little older. Dee Dee has been meeting me for the last several years at “Doc” Stewart’s office and is truly a sweet person. My heart aches for her and her children and there will always be a “big” void in their lives. With God’s help they will be able to go on, remembering all the years they have had together. I also remember Jimmy’s dad, Tommy. He was the “figure caller” at a lot of local square dances. We kids always liked to dance with the “figure caller”. They were truly a good and kind family. God’s blessing on all the families and friends. Truly a big loss for the community. I have lived in PA since 1999, but have never forgotten all the people in the Springfield, Levels, Points and Romney area.
    Love In Christ, Arbutus

  24. Jimmy’s Dad, Thomas, was my Dad’s cousin (Elmo Pownell). Long before we were born, Thomas and Elmo grew up together on Jersey Mountain. When they were older, we would visit. I always loved visiting the Mulledy family and – as kids, all the cousins, Janice, Dickey, Dottie Ann and Jimmy along with Don, Joyce, Tim and me (Patti) would play on the farm. Jimmy and I were the same age. Elmo had an annual family picnic on the river at Capon Bridge. The Mulledy and Pownell clans would gather and we all played in the river and had so much fun. They say we are all made up of bits and pieces of everyone who touched our lives and we are better because of that. While our lives seldom touched after our youth – Jimmy and Janice and Thomas and Sara Catherine as well Dickey and Dottie are a part of who I am and I am forever grateful for that. God bless Jimmy’s family and the Mulledy clan.

  25. Mr. Mulledy was one of the first people I met when my grandparents moved to Romney in the 90’s. I was actually a bit scared of him at first. But he was so kind. I remember he was teaching me how to sit on a horse and get my stirrups to the right length when the horse stepped on his foot. He didn’t cuss or yell. He just calmly got the horse to move while I was sitting on top even though he was in obvious pain. I also remember another time he was playing with my little brother who had to have been about 4 or 5 at the time. Jimmy kept messing with him, picking up a little sheep figure and saying it was a cow. My brother finally blurted out, “It’s a sheep stupid!” Of course, since I was scared of him, I thought my brother was toast. But Jimmy just burst out laughing admitting that it was indeed a sheep. When I moved here a few years ago I always enjoyed when I would get to stop and talk about my new excursion into farming, or when I saw him cleaning the halls of our schools. We always made sure to wave every time we passed by and we saw him out working. I will be forever grateful for the wisdom, care, and love he and Dee-dee showed my grandparents while they were alive. And I am sure we will all need to pray for our Lord with both Jimmy and my grandparents (Diane and Laurence Scates) making all kinds of havoc up there in heaven.

  26. We were so sorry to read about Jimmy’s accident and now his passing. As a child I spent many happy hours at the farm with my cousins! Dottie and I were classmates and Sarah Katherine was my 4th grade teacher so I had my cousin instead of my mother! Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family during this sad time.

  27. So very sorry for your loss…I pray God gives the family, friends, and loved ones, the peace, strength, comfort, that you need at this most difficult time and surround you with His unending love.

  28. Jimmy Mulledy was a man of his own kind.

    It was 1988 or 1989, when he met with my grandfather at his bedside and bought his whole herd. He never contested the price, but assured my grandmother that he would be back in the morning with a check. He then bought the remaining square bales at a premium price. He did not have to do what he did, but he did it.

    In 1990 when the transmission went out on my bailing tractor, I was in trouble. He called me and we jockeyed his Massey Ferguson back and fourth between our farms all summer. Both of us bailed our hay.

    He and my daughter Lorin had a joke about popcorn. Whenever they were riding horses, they had a joke about who would be at the top of the hill first and eating popcorn waiting on the other one.

    Words cannot describe the wisdom and perserverance this man had.

  29. Deedee this man came to me one day in honor of your long hair!! He dreamed of the younger days when you would wear a hat with a ponytail out of the back of it! So he decided to make it his mission to harass me hoping I would give in and just stop cutting your hair! Little did he know this girl was just as bullheaded as him therefore the short hair conquered! Jimmy always put a smile on my face he had the most beautiful contagious smile of any man I’ve ever met! To know your family is to love your family! I know everybody in the Frye house loves us some Mulledy’s! Love and hugs from all of us!!

  30. It has been many years since I saw Jimmy, but the best memory of him was his ready smile and happy greeting – every time we met. We had a common love of horses, and talked of them at times, when he slowed down enough. I also remember his great work ethic and love of his family. My heartfelt condolences to his family and healing thoughts are sent their way. I’m sure Jimmy is on God’s big farm up there, not far from a good horse. If the world had more Jimmy’s it would be a much better place for us all, and his big heart and love of others made it special to know him and be around him. For his family, I know he will always be with them, through the good memories, the special advice at times, and the knowledge and high moral values he lived and demonstrated. So long old friend, maybe we’ll get to take a ride together in Heaven someday.


  32. When I first got word of my friend’s, Jim’s, accident and then his passing, I was literally numbed and saddened; and deep in my soul, I wept. I first met Jim and his family in April of 1992. ” Jimmy ” Mulledy is, and always will be(in memory) a Good, Decent and Wise man. God Bless ” DeeDee ” and Family !

  33. Jimmy and his family have always been giving people. My husband was laid off in the middle of winter. We had 3 little kids and don’t you know here came Jimmy with a load of wood for us. He was always doing things for people.
    I also remember Easter Sunrise service on their farm. Riding the wagon to a special place where the sunrise was beautiful for the service.
    There was always laughter when Jimmy was around. He and his family always made you feel like you were family. DeeDee and the girls have that same giving caring spirit. He will be greatly missed by our community. He touched so many lives. Jimmy I am sure you have a crown with many jewels. And I know God said to you “Well done my good and faithful son!”

  34. I first met Jimmy and Dee-Dee at CAG-now The Grace Place. Jimmy and Dee-Dee are a wonderful couple and it was a pleasure to get to know them. I remember riding horses with Jimmy and the laughs we had when ‘ol blue, the dog, chased Keith while on horseback. We found Keith’s hat on the ground and Jimmy grinned and said, “This doesn’t look good”. He then looked at the ground and noticed the deep hoof-prints and said that the horse that Keith was riding was running very fast. We found Keith, the horse, and ‘ol blue in the woods recovering from a fast run. We always had a good laugh with Jimmy about that.

    My favorite statement from Jimmy that I still use to this day when trying to learn a new skill is his famous, “Days in the saddle”. I asked Jimmy how he became such a good horseman and he said, “Days in the saddle” and that has always stuck with me and reminded me that mastering new skills, learning new hobbies and overcoming challenges takes time and takes, “Days in the saddle”. Thanks for that, Jimmy.

    In closing I want to say how sad I am for Dee-Dee, her daughters, and the entire family for the void I know they will feel. I have prayed and will continue to pray for strength, peace, and healing as the days ahead approach. May the kind words of all of those who loved Jimmy, the many memories you hold dear to your hearts, and the hope you have in our Savior bring you comfort in this difficult time.

    Much love and prayers,

    Crystal Rittenhouse

  35. Prayers and love pouring out for the family of Jimmy. Keep all of your memories in your heart and don’t stop speaking his name. Gone too soon but not forgotten. The family will always be in our prayers.

  36. I have known Jimmy and DD most of my life. They are upstanding people. Sending prayers. God bless all your family!!

  37. I met Jimmy in 2000. I bought a place there on apple drive. He was always so friendly. Everytime i drove by he would wave or stop me to have a conversation. He will be missed dearly. RIP.

  38. I’ve known Jimmy and DD most of my life. Very upstanding people. Sending prayers. God bless your family!!!

  39. I first met Jimmy working with him at Hargets with lots of laughs, teasing and hard work. One thing about Jimmy he always had a smile and kept you entertained. I have know him for many years and valued his and Dee Dee’s friendship, one of the best and will be sadly missed by many, but his spirit of love and happiness will always continue with his family.

  40. To DeeDee & Family,
    I was sadden by the tragic news of Jimmy,s accident. Sending heartfelt sympathies to all the family. God Bless

    Kaye Altham (New Zealand)

  41. I met the Mulledys at the Grace Place when I attended there many years ago. I can honestly say they are one of the nicest families I have met along lifes journey. I fondly remember a trip we took with Jimmy and Deedee, Dave n Margie Hamilton n Don Kesner to New York City. It was more like ” the Beverly Hillbillies take on New York”! So much fun. An incident took place that Jimmy and Don would never let me forget. All this to say Jimmy was such a kind man and made so many people laugh. He is rejoicing now in the arms of Jesus. Thank you Jimmy for touching so many lives. I pray the peace that passeth all understanding over the family during this difficult time.

  42. We met the Mulledy family when joined Calvary AG. Jimmy instantly made it a mission to give our kids the farm experience. Showing them how to shoe a horse, giving them horse rides, feeding them apples, and so on. I remember one time we were there and he asked my husband Andrew if he could ride a horse to which he replied yes. Jimmy said, I have a horse you could ride, then flashed that ornery grin. Andrew responded, “Is it Wild?!” Jimmy said “I mean, I could ride it.” Lol fortunately Andrew didn’t take the challenge.
    I also remember when he was sick once and the medication he was on was affecting him and I made him a CD of instrumental/folk style hymns. He told me every time I saw him how much he loved that CD and wanted more.
    My heart is so broken at the loss and impact of loss his life leaves on all of us here on earth. Although we moved away physically, this family is still close to our hearts. We love you all and are praying for the peace that passes all understanding to comfort you in these next few days, weeks, months, and years until you get that big reunion in heaven! We love you guys!!

  43. I met Jimmy in the 70s when he was wooing and stealing my older sister from me:) later he would have me at their house in Dogwood and hardly let me go:) he was a father friend image in my life. He and DeeDee even follow me to the the Church of God to see what in the world I was into…wasn’t long they were seeing Jesus like I was…this big farm man had my hand taking me to the alter to pray with him to receive Jesus as I prayed he rubbed my hand with those big farm hands like he was gonna take the hide off:)❤️ Thus started even a godly bond with us. As years passed we rode horses hard together on fun trail rides and game shows. We would sit at his house laughing and reminiscing over those times. I will never forget this man whom I love dearly and so glad he was the one who stole my sisters heart. What an asset he was to our family and what a bond I have with the family he held so dear to his heart My God reigns over all things❤️❤️✝️

  44. Our hearts are greatly saddened by the passing of Jimmy, a wonderful husband, father and friend. Larry remembers working after school with Jimmy loading pulpwood. It would two of them to put the wood up to Jimmy and he would throw it in the tier. Jimmy was a hard worker and alot of fun. Deedee graduated with both of us, class of ’74. We have many good memories with both of them, for which we are thankful. May the Lord be you and your family in the following months. Love thru Christ, Larry and Sheila

  45. Jimmy had a magnetic personality that attracted many. He was my Friend from the first time we met.Jimmy was a great man and will be missed by many. My Prayers are for his Family that God will comfort them during this very difficult time and always.

  46. Sending lots of prayers to the Mulledy family members and friends love from the Orndorff and Hott families.

  47. We are heartbroken at the loss of such a dear friend. Our love ad prayers go out to DeeDee, the kids and grandkids, family and friends. We have great memories of getting together at the farm, church events, parties, weddings and outings! Jimmy and DeeDee have the gift of hospitality and loving on people and they have shared it with us all! May all the wonderful memories give you comfort and may God give you all peace. So thankful we will meet again Ole Buddy, we will love and miss you until then! Take good care of those Heavenly horses! Love, Bill and Brenda

  48. Our families have shared so very much over the years we have known each other and become good friends. 4-H and FFA families have been together, have loved together, and have grown together in so many ways. We have shared God’s love and grace in so many ways…together!! We have shared Jimmy’s laughter, his ornery pranks, his love for animals, and his special family love for all of you. May the warmth of Jimmy’s love sustain you and our friendships hold each other in times like these. We are all so thankful for sharing this love with all of you.

  49. We moved to Romney, WV in 1964 and began attending Ebenezer Methodist Church. We soon knew the Mulledy family. The kids were older than I was but all of my older sisters went to school with them. I became close friends with Jimmy’s sister Dottie Ann when I came back to Romney in 1980. We are still close friends so I always knew what was going on in the family. God bless the entire Mulledy family and his Mom, Dad and sister Janice Marie have already welcomed him home. We are praying for Dee Dee and the entire family.
    Bobbi Miller Glass

  50. It’s been a true blessing to have known Jimmy, and his family. Each one has treated me, just like their own. I have several memories of this sweet, funny, loving man. One of my upmost favorites are he and I getting to run the Dumfries Market together on Saturdays (for Spring Valley). It was never a dull moment! We shared many jokes, and loads of laughs. Jimmy was such a story teller and full of jokes, I had to always think about the things he would tell me, because I would never know if he was pulling my leg or not. Jimmy Mulledy would light up a room with his infectious smile, I’ve always thought he had a twinkle in his eyes when he smiled. He always got a kick out of calling me “Rooster” instead of my name. Many prayers and hugs to this precious family. Love to all.

  51. My memories of Jimmy make me smile. Seeing him at Calvary A/G he’d always smile and give a hardy handshake, extending his hand first. The several times being at the Mulledy homestead have fond memories as well. What a kind man who offered such hospitality. I’ll never forget him driving the tractor so us ladies could enjoy a hayride ❤️ My heart is saddened at the loss of a wonderful husband, father, relative and friend. He truly was fearfully and wonderfully made. His love of horses on this side won’t be taken away on the other side because he’ll ride again with the armies of heaven behind the Captain, Jesus! Jimmy, I’ll see you again buddy and we’re gonna ride together! You, DeeDee, your kids, grandkids and friends and family who have made Jesus their Lord. I’m so thankful and forever grateful our paths crossed. Until then…..

  52. Words don’t come, but tears freely flow as I think of you and your family during this most difficult time. As sad as we are to be temporarily separated from our loved ones, we rest in the promise of our Lord that we will one day be reunited. You can all be proud of the fine example he set for his family and the community.

  53. I first knew Jimmy, Dickie, Dottie Ann, and Janice, as we all attended at Ebenezer Methodist Church…they were younger than us Pownall kids… well remember their Mom and Dad at Church., Tom and Sarah Katherine….great people….In recent years, DeeDee’s and my paths have crossed many times, as have Dottie and Dickie….I’ve learned to know Misty, through association with their market/Lisa and Paul’s greenhouse…….they are just a great family all of them…God is surely watching over them and will help to see them through….Bless you all, Nancy Arnold

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