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Opinion

May 2, 2014

THANK YOU 05.03.14

The family of Jimmy Ray Clymer would like to express heartfelt gratitude to everyone who sent or brought cards, flowers, food, and called. Thank you all so much for your prayers, kind words, and the love you showed our family during this difficult time.

We would like to thank Pam and Annie with St. Francis Hospice for all you did for Jimmy Ray and our family. We would also like to thank Warner First Baptist Church and Church 4:18 for the food that was brought in to our home. Thank you First Assembly for being so kind, caring and helpful during the services.

Special thanks to: Johnny and Glenna Lewis, Rick Harris, Billie and Buddy Lewis, Renee Garvin, Lacey Barnes, Mike and Melinda Lewis-Tye, Jerry and Cheryl Christian for personally caring for Jim.

We would also like to thank Kevin Jones and Phillip Haas for speaking at Jimmy’s services and Cornerstone Funeral Home for your care and compassion during our time sorrow.

The Clymer family

Buck and I would like to thank each and everyone who helped and came to the benefit given for us on April 5 at the American Legion in Braggs. The money that was raised made it possible for both of us to pay for the treatments that we needed. Special thanks to the cooks: Tammy, Tina, Sandy, JoAnn, Jerri, Lois, Samantha, Jim and crew, Linda, Ray, Cindy, and JoAn.

Also the many friends and family who brought deserts and helped with the cleanup. I was surprised at the turn out of my old nursing and my new Wal-Mart family who came and gave so much. You will never know how much this helped both Buck and I in raising our spirits. Again thanks everybody so very much. I am not forgetting my family the Dotson’s and Isbell’s but you have been there for us.

Ruth White

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