- 78 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 25, 1936
- Date of passing: Mar 30, 2015
|Let the memory of Wilbert be with us forever|
Funeral Service for Mr. Wilbert Broaden will be Saturday April 4, 2015 1:00 PM
House of Light Church International
Words of comfort by Bishop Morris Thornton Sr.
Internment Union Springs Perpetual Care Cemetery
Public visitation Friday 5 to 7 pm at Carter Funeral Home
Remains will lie In repose at church Saturday. 11 am to,1 pm
Final Services Entrusted to Carter Funeral Home in Union Springs AL. http://www.carterfuneralhomeusa.com
"DADDY I MISS YOU EVERYDAY! BUT, FIRST OF ALL HAPPY BIRTHDAY DADDY! UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN!"
"Dad another day has passed without you in my life. Happy B'Day Daddy. Not a day goes by I don't think of you in some capacity. Rest In Peace Daddy. We Will Meet Again. Love Your Daughter Yvette."
"Wilbert we spent 60 years together. Wilbert you were my sunshine my only sunshine, you made me happy when skies were gray. I'm sorry I lost my sunshine for now. But, we will meet again. Love Your Wife Ernest Dean"
"Today Daddy i am lost without you. Apart of my heart died with you the day you left. Daddy I know you held on until you felt we were strong enough to handle your passing. Daddy thanks for being that strong figure in my life. You Will Forever Be Apart Of My Heart. Love MaryStine."
"Let me begin by saying my Dad was my hero. He was everything a Dad should be. Even though I know Dad is resting in peace I'm hurting deeply. I enjoyed every minute I spent with Dad in his final days. I looked forward seeing Dad everyday. When I look back I remember Dad being brave for all of us. Dad tried to keep his eyes open to show he was fighting with everything he had. Rest In Peace My Hero. Love Your Daughter Yvette."
"Although I am unable to be there, my thoughts and prayers are with my family. I have never forgotten the memories we shared and they will forever be in my heart. Granddad your legacy will live on through your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and so on. I love you and thank you for being the strong Black man you were, stay strong Grandma and continue to be the backbone. Love Mann"
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