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TRU'VANTE WOMACK

TRU'VANTE AUGUST WOMACK

Tuesday, August 27th, 2019 - Thursday, October 3rd, 2019
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  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 | 11:00am - 12:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
    Location
    Chapel of Caliman Funeral Services
    Address
    3700 Refugee Road
    Columbus, Ohio 43232
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  • Service

    Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 | 12:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 12:00pm
    Location
    Chapel of Caliman Funeral Services
    Address
    3700 Refugee Road
    Columbus, Ohio 43232
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  • Interment

    Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 | 1:30pm
    When
    Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 1:30pm
    Location
    EASTLAWN CEMETERY
    Address
    1401 WOODLAND AVE
    COLUMBUS, OH 43219
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Tamera Jackson

Posted at 02:27am
Dearest beautiful Tru'Vante. I know Heaven light up extra bright when you were recieved; and I know you are surrounded by angels, and resting in the sweet arms of Jesus. Dear DJ, your siblings, Tru'Vante's mother, my brother-in-law Ronnie, grandmother Charmin, and the entire family, I'm so so sorry for your loss.

My heart grieves with you. I mourn with you. I pray for you and with you. It's hard because sometimes we can't see getting through this kind of loss, let alone over the hurt and pain.

I remember when my beautiful mother, unexpectedly, died. I was running off the grace of strength and nuturing, God gave me, and I powered me on through. I carried on each day, but I felt like the world was missing a much needed soul. My father, sisters and family was missing a much needed soul. I was missing a much needed soul.

I didn't understand why. I don't even think I ever asked God why, not even to this day (30 plus years later); but I sure did ask myself that question many many times. Then one day, a few weeks after mommy passed away, after the Sunday sermon ended, I was on my way out, and an elder man stopped me in the aisle, took hold of my hands and said, with tears in his eyes: "I am in my 80s and I still miss my mother, and sometimes I still cry.

Dear sister, I know you're hurting and you miss your mother, and you will always miss her, but I promise you, as time goes by, it won't hurt as much, but sometimes you will still cry. Don't worry, because it's okay to cry.

I don't even know this man or his name, other than I would see him and his wife sitting a row or two in front of my mother and us children every Sunday.

Thirty plus years later, I still remember what he said, and it's true, I still miss my mother; it doesn't hurt anywhere near the way it did before, and yes, I still cry, and quite frankly, I cry much more than I ever did; but guess what? It's okay.

DJ, Ronnie, Charmain, and all your children, I say to you, what was said to me some 30 odd years ago: I know it hurts and you miss your little angel. I promise you, as you get through the days, months, and years, you will find the grace, strength, and fortitute to get therough. You're still gonna miss baby Tru'Vante, but I promise you, it won't hurt as much, and you may even still cry. Guess what? That's okay too. With my most sincere and deepest sympathy, Tammy.
TJ

TAMERA SHEPHERD JACKSON

Posted at 02:16am
Dearest beautiful Tru'Vante. I know Heaven light up extra bright when you were recieved; and I know you are surrounded by angels, and resting in the sweet arms of Jesus.


Dear DJ, your siblings, Tru'Vante's mother, my brother-in-law Ronnie, grandmother Charmin, and the entire family, I'm so so sorry for your loss.

My heart grieves with you. I mourn with you. I pray for you and with you.

It's hard because sometimes we can't see getting through this kind of loss, let alone over the hurt and pain.

I remember when my beautiful mother, unexpectedly, died. I was running off the grace of strength and nuturing, God gave me, and I powered me on through.

I carried on each day, but I felt like the world was missing a much needed soul. My father, sisters and family was missing a much needed soul. I was missing a much needed soul.

I didn't understand why. I don't even think I ever asked God why, not even to this day (30 plus years later); but I sure did ask myself that question many many times.

Then one day, a few weeks after mommy passed away, after the Sunday sermon ended, I was on my way out, and an elder man stopped me in the aisle, took hold of my hands and said, with tears in his eyes: "I am in my 80s and I still miss my mother, and sometimes I still cry.

Dear sister, I know you're hurting and you miss your mother, and you will always miss her, but I promise you, as time goes by, it won't hurt as much, but sometimes you will still cry. Don't worry, because it's okay to cry.

I don't even know that man or his name, other than I would see him and his wife sitting a row or two in front of my mother and us children every Sunday.

Thirty plus years later, I still remember what he said, and it's true, I still miss my mother; it doesn't hurt no where near the way it did before, and yes, I still cry, and quite frankly, I cry much more than I ever did, but guess what? It's okay.

DJ, Ronnie, Charmain, and all your children, I say to you, what was said to me 30 odd years ago:

I know it hurts and you miss your little angel. I promise you, as you get through the days, months, and years, you will find the grace, strength, and fortitute to get therough. You're still gonna miss baby Tru'Vante, but I promise you, it won't hurt as much, and you may even still cry. Guess what? That's okay too.

With my most sincere and deepest sympathy, Tammy.

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