Condolences for Lovie Wiggins Ewell

Mary jo Eason posted on 4/12/19

I met sister Lovie at Damascus Road Church in the late 70 We immediately Became great friends! I had 4 children and was not suppose to have any more, so after our forth child was born... I found out 4 years later I was excepting a 5th child.I’d had surgery! I thought NO WAY!!! But it was true. The next church service I ran to the alter !! Crying my eyes out, just a few minutes after I heard sister Lovie say well honey what’s the matter? I final was able to get the word out as soon as I told her I was excepting a 5 child she started laughing!! Me still bawling. I said What am I going to do with another baby ?? She again was just a laughing at me. She said well honey You’er just going to love it just like the rest of them. I looked at her a the beautiful smile on her face and I began to laugh also. That was it! Never thought about my baby being a fifth child again,but just another blessing from God. He’s my baby boy and we are just like sister Lovie and her son we are inseparable.I loved this beautiful lady and she always blessed with her beautiful smile kind word and great wisdom. I will always cherish that day at the altar with her. Praying her family! God will give them all peace.❤️♥️


Joann. Hinson posted on 4/12/19

My condolences to the family’s,I’ve have now sister Lowell for years from the Dramas road church and from living down the road from me .she was a very loving person that will be miss ,she love the lord with her whole her ,we share money memories together talking about the lord .i have a terry bear she gave me .she will be miss ,fry high sisters.


Betty Kornegay posted on 4/11/19

My deepest condolences to all the family. I am thankful for the time we spent together and learning so much from a loving, giving friend. God bless and give you strength. I send you all my love and prayers.


P Davis posted on 4/10/19

May you find the courage to face tomorrow in the love that surrounds you today. May the support of family and friends sustain you. May you be comforted by the God of all comfort who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God, 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4.