- 34 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 27, 1979
- Date of passing: Dec 11, 2013
|Let the memory of Justin be with us forever|
Mr. Justin Short of Alexander City, Alabama died December 11, 2013.
Funeral service for Mr. Justin Short will be Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 12:00 noon at Ridge Grove Baptist Church..
Burial will follow at New Elam #1 Baptist Church cemetery.
Professional services provided by Wrights Funeral Home in Alexander City AL. http://www.wrightsfuneralservice.com
"TO MY UNCLE JAKE AND MY COUSINS MONTEL & KENYON, AND THE ENTIRE SHORT FAMILY. I WISH I COULD BE THERE WITH YOU DURING THIS TIME, BUT PLEASE KNOW THAT I AM THERE WITH YOU IN SPIRIT. MY DAUGHTERS AND I ARE PRAYING FOR YOU. HOLD ON TO GOD'S HAND, AND HE WILL CARRY YOU THROUGH. I PRAY THAT HE WILL COMFORT YOU IN A WAY THAT ONLY HE CAN. HOLD ON TO THE WONDERFUL MEMORIES THAT YOU HAVE OF JUSTIN. HE IS RESTING SAFELY IN THE ARMS OF HIS HEAVENLY FATHER. PLEASE KNOW THAT YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
WE LOVE YOU.
RENEE JOHNSON & DAUGHTERS, KIKI, SHAKIA, & SIMONE."
"To Montel, Jake, Kenyon and the Short Family:
Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning. Psalms 30:5. We love you and are sorry that we are not there with you. We thank God for Justin's life. He was a wonderful, loving and caring young man. We know that the memories that you have of him will sustain you during this time. Our prayers are with you. Love, Mrs. Barbara Short and the Ford Family"
"I met Justin just a few years ago, and found him to be a very nice, respectful and interesting person to interact with. He and I had some vastly different opinions and large debates about some things, but overall we were friends. When he visited me at my place of employ, he was about business and did not have to come in with a group of folk to support him. He knew what he wanted and set out each time to search and do those things independently to accomplish his stated goals. It was a joy to assist him in his job search efforts. How smart he was about operating the computers for the good, and transmitting data to various sites across the nation. I was one of his many fax staff. One way or another we and he got information anywhere it needed to go in America. We did not see him often, but it was an adventure when we did see him. God bless the family with consolation and get to know him, family. Embrace the Lord and move forward. The last long conversation that I had with Justin was about the Lord. The photo I have shared was taken about (?) May 2011, prior to his leaving the country.
I'll Miss him saying "See you the next time, Miss Receeta.""
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