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Everett Lee Slade
10/6/1959 - 4/28/2022
Everett Lee Slade was Received Into The Arm's Of The Lord on 04/28/2022. The Family is Gratefully accepting donations from friend's and family .
Any Donations will be gladly appreciated and may be done on this link. Thank You and God Bless.

$220 of $8,000 raised
2.7500 % Complete
Bronx, NY
Troy Bentley
5/2/1962 - 4/13/2022
My Dad was my best friend, this one truly hurts. He had the most amazing energy and could literally take control of any room he walked in. His energy and laughter were contagious.
He left this world suddenly and unexpectedly, leaving many friends and family behind.
He will be truly missed, and this will be very hard for myself and the boys to get over. As well as the many people he befriended and impacted through his life. His memory will live on forever through all of us that love him and have had the pleasure of knowing him.
He was truly a one of a kind person.

$1,100 of $2,500 raised
44.00 % Complete
Calvetta L. Jones
3/13/1978 - 4/21/2022
Ms. Calvetta L. Jones of Ahoskie, N.C. passed April 21, 2022. Calvetta was the Administrative Secretary of a Home Health Agency. She leaves to cherish her memory her family and friends.

$75 of $4,000 raised
1.87500 % Complete
Franklin, MD
Raymond Gardner
Please help with funeral costs by donating here. The fund will be directly deposited with the funeral home.

$3,820 of $5,000 raised
76.400 % Complete
Cincinnati, OH
Rebecca Brinkman
1/14/1992 - 4/23/2022
Rebecca had a heart of gold and would always go out of her way to help friends and strangers alike. Any help would be greatly appreciated in this trying time.

$1,700 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Sioux Falls, SD
Sally A. Kingsbury
1/29/1962 - 4/19/2022
age 60 of Elmira, NY Loving wife, mother and grandmother plus many other relatives. Funds are needed to pay funeral expenses.

$70 of $5,000 raised
1.400 % Complete
Elmira, NY
Jan Marie Lee
9/28/1947 - 4/18/2022
As most of you know, Jan Lee lived life on her own terms. She described herself on her Facebook page as a "self-starving artist," but that is too simplistic. She was creative, beautiful, spiritual, and extremely individualistic with an immense wandering spirit. Some of her ashes will remain with Dexter, the love of her life, and rest will be scattered in the places she requested. Small contributions to her cremation by family and friends are welcome. (Fund the Funeral sends funds directly to Lifesong Funeral Home in Quincy, FL)

$1,845 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Quincy, FL
Ja’Juan M. Russell
9/5/2000 - 4/17/2022
On Easter morning, April 17, 2022, Ja'Juan's life was tragically ended by gun violence. This bright and ambitious young man was loved not only by his family but by his community. The shock of his unexpected passing has left a void in the lives of everyone he touched. Ja'Juan's passing has left his family with many unanswered questions as well as the unwarranted task of planning his funeral. Ja'Juan's family is in need of financial assistance to take care of his funeral expenses. As you can imagine, losing a loved one so young and so quickly, is overwhelming for his loved ones. Your donations toward his funeral service would be greatly appreciated. Each donation made using this website is secure and immediately received by the funeral home. Donors may also remain anonymous if they desire. Your contributions are greatly appreciated and the family sincerely thanks each of you in advance for your generosity.

$1,080 of $10,000 raised
10.800 % Complete
Aiken, SC
Alison Marie Miller
10/11/2000 - 4/15/2022
Alison Marie Miller, 21, of Jefferson City, MO, gained her angel wings on April 15, 2022, at her home, surrounded by her family. She was born October 11, 2000, at Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City, MO., the daughter of Sean Miller and Heather DeVille.

Alison graduated from California High School in 2020 and will graduate from the Missouri School of the Blind this June. She was a member of Main Street Baptist Church. Alison enjoyed many different things but avoided exercise. She made necklaces and bracelets and shared them with anyone. She is remembered for her bright smile and never met someone who was a stranger but a friend yet made. Yellow was her favorite color. She loved cats. Madison Marie, her doll, was a constant joy who never left her love care. Alison donated her hair many times through the years to wigs for kids. Her last charitable act was to donate her brain to science.

Alison is survived by parents, Sean Miller and Danni King of Jefferson City, and Heather DeVille and Mike Mueller of California; grandparents, Debbie DeVille of California, Jim DeVille and Sherry of New Bloomfield, Steve and Cinda Miller of Holts Summit, Karen Miller and Mike Best in Deer River, MN, Cathy Beene, of Columbia; great maternal grandparents, Bert and Eddie Gilmore of New Bloomfield; siblings, Desirae Miller and Kadee Mueller, Brandi Willen (Jason), Mikie Mueller (Melissa Santana), Austin Weeces, Hunter Mueller, Domenic King, and Jada King; niece, Tessie Weeces; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. She is survived by multiple friends of all ages.

She was also preceded in death by great paternal grandparents, Lucille Mohr, and Robert Miller; great maternal grandparents, James and Doris Wimmer; and an infant sibling.

$3,525 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
California, MO

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