This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Punky Rhea, 76 years old, born on September 9, 1933, and passed away on July 26, 2010. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Heather Rhea on December 30, 2010
I miss you Nanny...
Posted by Heather Rhea on December 24, 2010
Just wanted 2 wish you a Merry Christmas, Nanny... It's not the same without you!!! Trust me, you're in all of our hearts <3 I love you...
Posted by Rocky Rhea on December 21, 2010
Mom,I will always Love and miss you!!! I realize more now than ever, just how big a space you filled in my WORLD!!!! You were the GREATEST MOM anyone could ever have. Love Rock
Posted by Vicki Rhea on December 15, 2010
Punky... I miss you! You helped raise me... taught me to take care of your son & our babies, taught me to cook, clean & do laundry... & how to love my family! I'm forever grateful for all those things... & for the pleasure of being considered your "daughter." I love you... Vic @};-
Posted by Heather Rhea on December 15, 2010
Just one more phone call, one more kiss, one more hug... that is my biggest wish!! I love and miss you more than I ever could put into words... Nanny, I love you so much... you were my hero...
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Posted by George Rhea on September 9, 2020
Happy Birthday Mom, love the Georgia Rhea’s!!Tell Dad, Granny, Grandad, GrandMom, Pooch, Helen and Doc hello and that we love and miss them all.
Posted by Heather Rhea on July 26, 2020
Nanny, can't believe it's been 10 yrs! I luv n miss you sooooo much... tell Nandad, Granny, Uncle Pooch, Uncle Doc, & Aunt Helen that I luv them too... xoxo...
Posted by George Rhea on July 26, 2020
Even though it has been ten years, not a day goes by that I don’t think about you and Dad. Love you both. Tell Granny, Grandad, Grandmom, Pooch and Doc hello and give them my love.
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My dream...

Shared by Heather Rhea on December 30, 2010

I had a dream the other night. I dreamed that I was talking 2 her, asking her alot of questions, just like I always did... I asked her what it was like where she was now. She said it was very peaceful and so beautiful! So I asked her if I could come with her, because I missed her so much. She said " No honey, not yet, you're not ready just yet..."  I began 2 cry, and then she said, " But I'm here right now, baby..."  She kept petting my cheek, and I knew she truly was there...   


Shared by Heather Rhea on December 15, 2010

There's so many things I could tell you about my Nanny, she was an amazing person. She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, friend... so many loved her...

She taught me to cook, to garden, to nurture, to love, and most of all to respect myself and those around me. She was my hero... She raised 2 boys, one of which is my Dad. The other's my Uncle George. They reflect the kind of person she was. They're great men.

I will miss my Nanny so much!!!!!!