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William Gainey
In Memory of
William Walter
Gainey
1958 - 2017
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Laveeda R Liggins

"Don't think of him as gone away His journey's just begun. Life holds so many facets, This earth is only one. Just think of him as resting From the sorrows and the tears In a place of warmth and comfort Where there are no days or years. "Think how he must be wishing That we could know today, How nothing but our sadness Can really pass away; And think of him as living In the hearts of those he touched. For nothing loved is ever lost, And he was loved so much." (Ellen Brennemen) William Walter Gainey ("Nephew #3) was the fifth of my only sibling's six children. He was a "low birth-weight" baby, but from infancy he tenaciously struggled to hang in there with the big kids. He sought to live his life to the fullest, dreaming big and maintaining high ideals. My Nephew #3 captured my heart on first sight. Indeed, he was brought up in a loving, Christian environment in a home that was always a-buzz with laughter, warmth and activity. He was loved by his parents, siblings, grandparents and aunts for his winsomeness and sense of humor. In adulthood, he was a devoted husband, "hands on" father, proud grandfather, Deacon, and servant and shepherd for the Lord. William's life has been a blessing to us for 59 years, but God has called him to rest up his journey to a land beyond this earth where there is no more weeping, pain,or day or night. May flights of angels sing him to his resting place... and may our heavenly father abide with him forever. We will miss him but we know he will be safe, because "to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord." With loving prayers and condolences, Aunt Beetie Rose and Uncle Dave Liggins
Friday July 7, 2017 at 11:07 am
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