Dorothy Anne Gostic

dorothy anne gostic

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  1. I am sorry to learn of the loss of your loved one. God’s Word promises that soon there will be a time when there will be ‘no more death’. (Revelation 21:3,4) I have found comfort in these Scriptures and I hope they comfort you and your family as well. Please accept my condolences. Sincerely, B Anthony

  2. Jane,I am so sorry for your loss. I know that Ms. Gostic is no longer suffering and is at peace and I pray that you will find peace in this hard time of sorrow. When tomorrow starts without me,And I’m not there to see,If the sun should rise and find your eyes,All filled with tears for me,I wish so much you wouldn’t cry the way you did today,While thinking of many things we didn’t get to say,I know how much you love me, As much as I love you,And each time you think of me,I hope you’ll know I miss you too.-author unknownThe love you have for your mother is pure and so sweet. Smile and know you made her proud and her life complete. God bless you and your family in this hard time. -Murphy

  3. You left us with beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, and though we cannot see you, you’re always at our side. I love you Mom.

  4. This is my MomShe was one of life’s best gifts, She was caring and loving,Thoughtful and true,She was such a special part of my life,I would have never made it without her,She was a mentor, a confident and a friend,She always had your best interest at heart,She never had a cross word towards anyone,She was so dear and so good,she always put others before herself,She was truely a blessing, she is a gift,She was a treasure like no other,My Mom’s love would always see you through,I wouldn’t want anyone but you Mom, And thats why I am so grateful, that life picked you for me.Mom I love you so, and you will always be in my heart until we meet again.Your son, Jerry

  5. I will never forget when we used to prayer ‘the beads’ together, at the end you always asked God to help you see the face of Jesus in everyone you would meet the next day. I asked you where you got that from and of course it was a teaching from Mother Teresa. You spent your life doing that. in the pursuit of Heaven and I’m so happy for you because you are there now, you made it! You did all that Christ required of you. You served, loved, sacrificed, gave selflessly and no matter which of the many hats you wore throughout your life you wore them with humility and in that humility was your greatness. It never was about stuff for you or power it was only about what God called you to do and you heard Him. That is why so many now are remembering what a great person you were here on earth. Of course I grieve your loss but as they say, that is the price of my love for you. I miss and love you with all my heartΓÖÑ∩┐╜

  6. My sincere sympathy to Dorothy’s family. I worked with Dorothy at J C Penney’s for many years. She was a lovely woman, I have only nice memories of her. I saw her last when the retired women would get together for lunch to celebrate birthdays. I always enjoyed being in their company. I was the ‘young one’.

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