ForeverMissed
 God saw you getting tired A cure was not to be So He put his arms around you And whispered, "Come with Me."
 
With tearful eyes we watched you And saw you fade away. Although we loved you dearly We could not make you stay.

A golden heart stopped beating Your tender hands at rest, God took you home to prove He only takes the best.

Forever In Our Hearts 9/16/1949 4/19/2021

Posted by Angela Perryman on April 24, 2021
IN MEMORY OF YOU

If we could visit heaven,
Even for a day,
Maybe for a moment,
The pain would go away,
I'd put my arms around you And whisper words so true, That living life without you,
Is the hardest thing to do.
No matter how we spend our days
No matter what we do,
No morning, dawns or evening fall
When we don't think of you.
Posted by Cora Hall on April 23, 2021
Mama I miss you so much and you'll always be in my heart not a day goes by that I'm not missing you I know your in a better place and no longer in pain even though I still hurt from losing you I just know you're always here with me thanks for everything you done for me when you were here love you always and forever
Posted by Deanna Bishop on April 23, 2021
It's hard to believe you're gone and nothing will fill that avoid now. I take comfort and have peace in knowing you're not in pain anymore and that you're with your savior, granny, granddaddy and the rest of the family
that has gone on before.

You left me with some many memories from hauling all of us kids around
in the back of your station wagon in Cahaba Heights, those last minute
over night trips we used to take to Gatlinburg just to ride around and
look at the scenery, going fishing, you teaching me how to clean a fish
(that was a real experience), and so many other memories that are now
more valuable than gold.

This is not a goodbye for us, it's I'll see you later. So until we meet again
know you will never be forgotten and forever loved.

                                   XOXO with Love,
                                               Dee
                            



Posted by Connor B. on April 23, 2021
Thank you, For always taking care of us. You watch so many kids in the family grow up and treated them like they was yours. I enjoyed playing card and domino games with you when we visited. It would've been nice if we could play another game to hear your laugh and celebrate when you won. Thank you from all of us for being who you was. We all will love and miss you dearly aunt Barbara.
Posted by Angela Perryman on April 22, 2021
Growing up in Cahaba Heights, going to school with Lisa and eventually meeting the one who would be my forever love, seeing you at the store almost everyday, back then I had no clue I would become your daughter in law someday. I am happy to call you my mother in law, my second mom. You are loved by many and will be dearly missed. I know you will always be looking over us. We love you Mama.

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Posted by Angela Perryman on April 24, 2021
IN MEMORY OF YOU

If we could visit heaven,
Even for a day,
Maybe for a moment,
The pain would go away,
I'd put my arms around you And whisper words so true, That living life without you,
Is the hardest thing to do.
No matter how we spend our days
No matter what we do,
No morning, dawns or evening fall
When we don't think of you.
Posted by Cora Hall on April 23, 2021
Mama I miss you so much and you'll always be in my heart not a day goes by that I'm not missing you I know your in a better place and no longer in pain even though I still hurt from losing you I just know you're always here with me thanks for everything you done for me when you were here love you always and forever
Posted by Deanna Bishop on April 23, 2021
It's hard to believe you're gone and nothing will fill that avoid now. I take comfort and have peace in knowing you're not in pain anymore and that you're with your savior, granny, granddaddy and the rest of the family
that has gone on before.

You left me with some many memories from hauling all of us kids around
in the back of your station wagon in Cahaba Heights, those last minute
over night trips we used to take to Gatlinburg just to ride around and
look at the scenery, going fishing, you teaching me how to clean a fish
(that was a real experience), and so many other memories that are now
more valuable than gold.

This is not a goodbye for us, it's I'll see you later. So until we meet again
know you will never be forgotten and forever loved.

                                   XOXO with Love,
                                               Dee
                            



her Life
In Loving Memory Of
Barbara Jackson, September 16th, 1949 - April 19th 2021. Barbara was born on September 16th, 1949 in New Merkle (Cahaba Heights) Alabama. She was the third born to Charles and Clara Perryman. She enjoyed cooking, playing, cards, and going to bingo. Barbara loved her family and friends dearly. She was a natural nurturer and her whole life she put others before herself. She always tried to make everyone around her feel welcomed and loved.
On April 19th, 2021 at 1:06 a.m. at her home in Carbon Hill, Alabama she went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Barbara is survived by her sons Charles Perryman (Angie), John Wayne Jackson, daughter Cora Hall, grandkids Casey, Melissa (Kinnie), Heather, Jonathan (Stephanie), Daniel (Nikki), Cindy (Nathan), Matthew, and Johnny, 14 great grandkids, brothers Larry (Linda), Gary, David (Brenda), Tommy (Pam), Ricky, and Terry, sisters Betty Lamb (Bob), Linda Bishop, Kathy Hudgins (Steve), Sharon Perryman, and a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. She is proceeded in death by her parents Charles and Clara Perryman, daughter Lisa Langston, grandson Raymond Jackson, brothers Charles Earl, William Michael, and Doug Perryman.
"Those we have held in our arms for a little while, we hold in our hearts forever."

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Shared by Cindy Russell on April 22, 2021
Nanny I remember you holding your grandbaby jasmyne for the frist time the smile on your face was priceless you laughed and giggled.i also remember when me and you and mommy and bubby and Haley and we would sit around and watch movies.i remember when you mom and barry sang there be a payday at the end of the road on how I wish I could find that tape.you had a golden heart and you loved your family and grandbabies so much.gone but not forgotten.i love you and miss you so much