Cora Beth Obituary, Death – Cora Beth has passed away unexpectedly leaving family, friends and loved ones in pain and agony. Living in a neighborhood with a population that is lower than 5,000 people presents one with a number of opportunities that one might not otherwise have access to in a larger community. These benefits just cannot be overstated in any way. One of the aspects that is seen as being among the most important factors is the degree to which members of the community show affection for one another and concern for one another. The day after Cora Beth passed away, my family and I went to the Church Hill Florist and Gifts location so that we could place an order for a casket spray. The casket was only 24 inches in length from end to end.
We were in an unimaginable level of misery due to the fact that we had been completely destroyed. When we arrived, those who were there to receive us greeted us with friendliness and affection and treated us with warmth throughout the rest of our stay. Love was constantly showered upon us, and prayers were continuously given up for our benefit. What a wonderful privilege it is to live in a neighborhood where the majority of the other people are kind to one another and aware of one another’s feelings. The previous week, I had a phone call from Chrissy Lynn, an employee there, who asked me to come by and pick up something that she had left there for me.
She asked me to do so because she had forgotten it there. She said that she had forgotten it there the week before. She and Shona Bare House had fashioned these lovely necklaces for me and Hannah, and each one of them included a rose bud that had been painstakingly taken from one of Cora Beth’s petals. The necklaces were a gift from her and her friend. Their generosity had such an effect on me that it is something I will never be able to forget. For everything that was done, I would like to express my appreciation to everyone who was involved. We won’t be able to stop thinking about it any time in the near future!