Obituaries » Lee Ann Stith

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December 23, 1959 - August 23, 2018

Posted by:
Dan Wylie

Posted on:
August 24, 2018

From Dan Wylie and family,we would like to leave you with these words of Hope and Encouragement during your time of grief. Psalms Now 23 The Lord is my constant companion. There is no need that He cannot fulfill. Whether His course for me points to the mountaintops of glorious joy or to the valleys of human suffering, He is by my side. He is ever present with me. He is close beside me when I tread the dark streets of danger, and even when I flirt with death itself, He will not leave me. When the pain is severe, He is there to comfort. When the burden is heavy, He is there to lean upon. When depression darkens my soul, He touches me with eternal joy. When I feel empty and alone, He fills the aching vacuum with His power. My security is in His promise to be near me always and in the knowledge that He will never let me go.

Posted by:
Harvey Johnson

Posted on:
August 24, 2018

My Prayers go out to the family in this time of sorrow.Lean on the Lord and thank him for the many blessed days that you spent with her that will live on in fond and happy memories. For whatever service I can be, I am there for you.

Posted by:
Julie Lampe Gambill

Posted on:
August 23, 2018

To you Nurse Stith, I wish longevity of your soul. Your wit and caregiving of our youth can never go unappreciated. I will miss that one voice who always called me Lampe at PBJHS. May you still walk with us in the halls and guide us through to help our kids. It was a pleasure to work with you Nurse Stith.

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Jo Ann Dollar

Posted on:
August 23, 2018

I truly loved Lee Ann and her whole family. So many fun memories...riding bikes,racing the wagon,jumping rope,playing the piano,listening to music,giggling about boys,making up dance routines,so many fun times. Thank you Lee Ann for being part of my life!