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Posted by: Terry L. Franklin Sr.
Sun September 13, 2020
Sister Whitley this is Bro. Terry Franklin. I am so sorry to hear about Deacon Whitley's passing he always treated me like a close nephew I love the fact that he always kept a smile on his face when he saw me at least and when we sang together he was always giving me pointers. I wish that I could have been around to see him a couple of more times before he passed. I pray for you and the whole Whitley family that God blesses you gives you peace and a sense of completeness because he is now in his new mansion new body and living and excellent life now with Yahweh (Jesus). Again my heart goes out to you and your family make this the big celebration of his home going no sadness no tears just Joy and happiness love you Sis. Whitley 😔

Posted by: Deacon Tom and Barbara Williamson
Wed September 16, 2020
Sis Wanda and family, Barbara and I send our deepest condolences. Yancey was a great friend and Deacon of the church. He loved singing in the male chorus. We had some great times in our group. He will be sorely missed. Remember to look to the hills from whence cometh your help. All your help comes from the Lord.

Posted by: Dianne Archey
Thu September 17, 2020
Wanda, I was so sorry to hear of Yancey’s passing. Know my prayers of love, strength, comfort and peace go out to you and the entire family. May God sustain you during this hour of sorrow. Blessings to you. “Weeping May endure for a night but joy comes in the morning.”