Allie Melba Cantley
- January 29, 1918 - February 11, 2013
- Crossett, Arkansas
of Allie's Passing
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Our prayers are with you as you celebrate the life and homecoming of your Grandmother.
Posted by: Wade Hollinger - Richmond, KY - Friend of Family Feb 23, 2013
I think often of you and your family, sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you.
Posted by: Donna Smith Vinson - Saint Joseph, LA - Friend Feb 21, 2013
Sorry for your loss, Henry. Heaven has gained another angel.
Posted by: Cliff and Harriet Carter - Friend Feb 13, 2013
May God be with each of you. How blessed each of you are to have had your mother/grandmother for a long time. I remember her at the Cantley's Feed & Seed when I was in grade school and would cross the highway from Patton Drive to go to the store. May God richly bless you.
Posted by: Pam Culp - Crossett, AR - Friend Feb 13, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Posted by: Ralph & Nelda Williams - Texarkana, AR Feb 12, 2013
Dear Cantley Family,
We were so saddened to hear of your mom going to Heaven. I know there was rejoicing up there as she crossed over into Glory! I can just see your dad greeting her with open arms! She was a very special lady whom I admired very much. She was the picture of the Proverbs Woman of God. She lead by example and the leaves don't fall far from her tree! We are praying for you all as you
Posted by: Paul & Doris (Griffis) Baxter - Conyers, GA - Friend Feb 12, 2013
Our sympathy to you in the loss of your mother. Although it is a joy to know she is free of the weariness of this life, we know how much you will miss her. God bless you all at this time.
Posted by: Mike and Cheryl Forbus - Cabot, AR - Friend Feb 12, 2013
Allie became a very sweet sister to me through the years, as she was married before I was old enough to remember her at home. Her concern and caring meant so much to me. How blessed she became, gaining wonderful daughters, as the boys selected wives with special talents, who loved her as their own. Wish I could be there with all to share the hugs! Martha
Posted by: Martha House - Huntsville, AL - sister Feb 12, 2013
There'll never be another like Mrs. Cantley. She genuinely believed she was supposed to help the world. There wasn't a missionary, mission fund, or charity she wouldn't help as she could. Mr Cantley always said they were two pistols, .32 and a .22 because of their ages when they married. A pair of pistols they certainly were.
Posted by: Eddie Goodson - Crossett, AR - Former Pastor Feb 12, 2013
Our hearts are saddened to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Posted by: Leslie & Judy Hughes - Friend Feb 12, 2013