Hattie McLendon

Hattie McLendon

Created by: Cynthia McLendon

12/30/33-04/14/23. Mom was the oldest of 14 children. She never met a stranger. Once you met her, you had a friend for life, and you never forgot her infectious laugh and sense of humor. She loved her flowers, gardening, and being with her family at family gatherings before her declining health. Mom, we still long for your wisdom, scriptures and prayers every day, or just to hear your voice. You are always in our hearts and on our minds, and we know you are looking down on us. It gets hard sometimes, but we know God knew best. No more pain and suffering. RIH
MoM. We love you!❤️❤️

More Memories of Hattie McLendon
  • Donald Ray McLendon says:

    I leave a” LOVING”tribute ❤ to my wonderful “ONE OF KIND” mother Hattie, So much to say, could talk to Mama about anything. Thank! you Lord ! taught me about how to manage an stretch your money, and was a very Wise Woman ! Loved by everybody ! I mean everybody! Thanking her and my father Sherman for carrying me to church, that I found God! and know him for myself. No one will understand but self, what a blessing it was to have two parents, to carry you to church, and find God! and to become a Christian, all this is given from my heart to a wonderful, God fearing , loving lady! That was , supportive to her family in every, way she could in anything, always, always!! there!! Kept her family laughing and ☺ Fun feel 🥰Joy all the time never complaining!! not once ! Thank you for your spirit stopping by, to speak to me every now and then mama see you again mom 🤗when I get there your loving son, an (pet 🐰) You will never ever be replaced nobody like Hattie, a Contagious spirit, I thank God for her contagious spirit that lives in me, that I don’t meet no strangers ,nobody but my Hattie in me and the good Lord above. Love you an thank you for 89 years Mom, at home with God! No more suffering baby or pain that we didn’t know nothing about. Continue to smile and keep the Angels laughing🥰😁 can’t thank you enough! What a Mother! what a Mom, what a Lady!

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