ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our Mother, Grandma, Aunt, Great Aunt, Granny, etc, Minerva Reid, 90, born on March 20, 1911 and passed away on February 28, 2002. We will remember and miss her forever. 

Posted by Spencer Spinks on February 28, 2019
2/28/02 forever changed our family. Since that day we have never been the same. I still miss you! I love you and I still try to live in a way that would make you happy. Now you have 7 out of 9 of your children. I wonder how you feel about that. I keep you with me in my heart. I tell my children of you and teach the lessons u taught me. As I speak of you I still cry. No one could have ever surpassed you as a lady, mother, grandmother, and especially friend. I love u yesterday, today, and always.

Spencer
Posted by Spencer Spinks on March 20, 2017
Happy 106 birthday Grandmama! Love Always
Posted by K New on March 1, 2017
R.I.P
Posted by Spencer Spinks on May 23, 2016
Grandmama, the world became so dim the day you left me. As a tot, I use to pray that I would never see a day without you. I love you so much still. You were the most meek, kind, loving, wonderful person I could have ever known. I thank God you were mine. I love you more and forever.

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Posted by Spencer Spinks on February 28, 2019
2/28/02 forever changed our family. Since that day we have never been the same. I still miss you! I love you and I still try to live in a way that would make you happy. Now you have 7 out of 9 of your children. I wonder how you feel about that. I keep you with me in my heart. I tell my children of you and teach the lessons u taught me. As I speak of you I still cry. No one could have ever surpassed you as a lady, mother, grandmother, and especially friend. I love u yesterday, today, and always.

Spencer
Posted by Spencer Spinks on March 20, 2017
Happy 106 birthday Grandmama! Love Always
Posted by K New on March 1, 2017
R.I.P
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Top of her High School graduating class.

Shared by Spencer Spinks on May 23, 2016

My grandma graduated the top of her class. She told me back then in science class, the boys did all experiments behind close doors and reported their findings to the girls. She was so smart that she still does higher then all of them!