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Carolyn Archer/Saunders lit a candle
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Carolyn Archer/Saunders posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 29, 2019My sympathy and deepest regrets go out to you at this difficult time. Please know that I care about you and your family.
Aaron Queensbury posted a condolence
Thursday, May 23, 2019To Aunt Gerry, Peter & Glenda, Ronald & Malay: One cannot remember Sister Warren without remembering the depth of her spirituality and the strength of her personal relationship with Jehovah. The solid, scriptural substance of her comments at Christian meetings; her clear grasp of Bible principles as well as her skillful teaching in the ministry were reflective of a genuine Christian who enjoyed a rich and in-depth study of God's word for many decades. Looking back on our young, formative years in the Camden South congregation, I count it a privilege and a blessing to have been able to work personally with Sister Warren in various aspects of the ministry, including accompanying her on home Bible studies. The lessons I learned from watching her teach on Bible studies continues to benefit me to this day. Not to be forgotten is her playing of the piano at congregation meetings, including a very special meeting at the Kingdom Hall on 1464 S 9th st on August 7, 1982, when my wife, Alice, and I were married. It has been said that "it takes a village to raise a child." Indeed, while parents have the primary responsibility to inculcate the truth into the hearts of their children, others in the congregation can, by their good example, play a vital role as well. (Deut 6:4-6; Eph 6:4) In the case of my brothers, Mark, Jeffrey and I, we can truly say that Sister Warren was a major part of that "village." She was a significant role model whose example profoundly influenced our decision to make the truth our own. I am thankful that I was able to personally tell her so during our last visit to Camden in November, 2017. We look forward very much to her return in the resurrection of the righteous. (Acts 24:15) May you have comfort. May you have peace. May you have hope that will never lead to disappointment. (Romans 5:3-5) Nephew, cousin, brother and sister: Aaron and Alice
Jeffrey Queensbury posted a condolence
Thursday, May 23, 2019My mom sites as a highlight of her pioneering, the years she was able to do so with sister Warren. The rest of us are privileged by the memory of her piano playing at the Kingdom Hall in “ Old South” Cong., before the use of recorded music, and before the formation of Parkside Cong., and the excitement of seeing my cousin Pete follow in her footsteps and start playing the piano for the congregation. We were all blessed to see her sterling example of continuous full time service have a positive impact on our lives, more and more the older we got. And I always was inspired by how proud my cousins Pete and Ron were of their grandmom. And all of us feel a huge debt of gratitude to Jehovah for providing us with such a strong and steady example right here in our presence and for so many years. My deepest condolences go to aunt Jerry, her syblings, Pete, Ron, Glenda, Malay. There is no way to adequately express our gratitude to Jehovah for sister Warren and the example she provided for us. But contemplating it definitely sharpens our determination to BE THERE, when she awakens. “He will call.......” Job 14:13-15 Love, Cousin Jeff
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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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