ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Armeta Whitman 38 years old , born on November 11, 1946 and passed away on October 13, 1985. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Michelle Welch on November 11, 2019
HAPPY 73RD BIRTHDAY MOMMA!!!! I know that you stopped having earthly birthdays a long time ago but I can't skip this day because this was your day. I love you and miss you so much, and I have a lot of days that I truly wish you were here so I could hug you and tell you just how much I love you but I know that you are better off where you are because you are no longer in pain. I love you momma ❤️❤️
Posted by Michelle Welch on October 13, 2019
October 13th of every year is always the worst for me because I relive the day you died over and over in my head all day long. But this year I have done something a little different about it. Instead of reliving October 13, 1985 over and over all day today, I have written down the events of what happened that took you away from me... and I have stopped crying and I am not reliving the day now, so I am hoping that I won't relive it again next year. I only want to remember the good times we had together, not the day you left my life. I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU SO MUCH MOMMA ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️. HAPPY HEAVENLY BIRTHDAY MOMMA!!!!
Posted by Michelle Welch on November 11, 2017
Today was a little lonely without you. I should have been baking you a cake to celebrate you being 71 yrs young but you were not here. I love you and miss you so much. I played video games all day just to keep my mind busy so I wouldn't think about how much I miss you.
Posted by Tammie Beebe on April 16, 2017
I remember the time I ordered you roses for mother's day and all you could do is yell TAMMIE RENEA!!! I MISS YOU SO MUCH MOMMA AND LOVE YOU EVEN MORE

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Posted by Michelle Welch on November 11, 2019
HAPPY 73RD BIRTHDAY MOMMA!!!! I know that you stopped having earthly birthdays a long time ago but I can't skip this day because this was your day. I love you and miss you so much, and I have a lot of days that I truly wish you were here so I could hug you and tell you just how much I love you but I know that you are better off where you are because you are no longer in pain. I love you momma ❤️❤️
Posted by Michelle Welch on October 13, 2019
October 13th of every year is always the worst for me because I relive the day you died over and over in my head all day long. But this year I have done something a little different about it. Instead of reliving October 13, 1985 over and over all day today, I have written down the events of what happened that took you away from me... and I have stopped crying and I am not reliving the day now, so I am hoping that I won't relive it again next year. I only want to remember the good times we had together, not the day you left my life. I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU SO MUCH MOMMA ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️. HAPPY HEAVENLY BIRTHDAY MOMMA!!!!
Posted by Michelle Welch on November 11, 2017
Today was a little lonely without you. I should have been baking you a cake to celebrate you being 71 yrs young but you were not here. I love you and miss you so much. I played video games all day just to keep my mind busy so I wouldn't think about how much I miss you.
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Cujo

Shared by Michelle Welch on October 16, 2018

I can still see that tiny little woman fighting that dog with everything in her tiny little body. 

Then, I remember a couple of weeks after that, momma decided to join us girls in our aerobics workout...she got just as weak-kneed as when she fought Cujo. She walked down the hall to her room on her butt.

Watching cujo

Shared by Tammie Beebe on October 15, 2018

the movie cujo was always known as a thriller movie. My sisters and I were getting ready to watch it when our momma decided she would watch it with us.we all warned her about the movie but she insisted on watching it. She worked so hard at killing that dog all 4 of us girls laughed so hard. She couldn't even walk to her room afterwards we had to help her while still laughing and our dad came out of the room and wanted to know what we did to his little woman. I will never forget her fighting that dog that was on t.v. 

My favorite memory!

Shared by Michelle Welch on April 15, 2017

One of my favorite memories of my momma/best friend is one that I was teased about for years. My daddy, Fred Whitman, was gone hunting and my three sisters were gone; momma and I went Pizza Inn in West Memphis for supper.  I peeled the toppings off and ate those first; momma looked at my pizza and said, "good grief, Chelly, that looks like brains." After that night, any time we went out for pizza, momma would tell the rest of the family;  "We are having pizza for supper but Chelly will be eating "brains".