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Lettie Maude Taylor Roberts (12-03-2015)
Photo of Lettie Maude Taylor RobertsYou can shed tears that
she is gone, or you can
smile because she lived.
You can close your eyes
and pray that she will come
back, or you can see all that
she has left. Your heart
can be empty because you
cannot see her, or you can
be full of the love that you
shared. You can turn your
back on tomorrow and live
yesterday, or you can be
happy for tomorrow because
of yesterday. You can
remember her and only
that she is gone, or you can
cherish her memory and let
it live on. You can cry and
close your mind, be empty,
and turn your back, or you can do what she would want:
smile, open your eyes, and go on.
Lettie Maude “Coot” Taylor Roberts was born on October
19, 1926, in Point and went peacefully into the arms
of her heavenly father on November 25, 2015 at Alpine
Gamble Guest Care in Ruston, LA.
Visitation was held at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in
Downsville, LA on Friday.
Her service was at 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 28,
2015, at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church officiated by Bro. Tuck
Roberts. Interment followed at Mt. Ararat Cemetery. Arrangements
were under the direction of Farrar Funeral
Home in Farmerville.
Lettie was preceded in death by: Her husband, George
V. Roberts; a son, Talbert “Buddy” Roberts; her father
James H. Taylor; her mother, Maude Taylor Bridges; a
sister, Edna T. Lowell; and brothers Eugene, James, Woody,
Walter and Charlie Taylor. Lettie is survived by: Her sons – George Roberts and
wife Josie, Bruce Roberts and wife Sherry; a daughter
Mollie Stancil and husband Jimmy; special granddaughter
Monique Auger and husband Josh; eight other grandchildren
– Amy Bagwell, Kelley Gannon, John Roberts, Sabre
Fee, T.J. Roberts, Tori Marcantel, Jim Stancil, and Ronnie
Stancil; and 14 great grandchildren.
Pallbearers were John Roberts, Jordan Roberts, Jacob
Roberts, T.J. Roberts, Josh Auger, Wayne Hammons, Mason
Bagwell and Damon Bagwell.
The family expressed special thanks to the staff of
Southern Care Hospice of Monroe and especially to Mia
McCall, hospice nurse, Mae Robinson, hospice aide, Alpine
nurses, Holly Cherry and Christine Russell, and special
nurse’s aide Lakishsa Evans.
Online messages for the family may be left at farrarfu
neralhomeonline.com.