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April 17 1940 – December 29, 2012
She was preceded in death by her mother and father Jesse and Norene Baker, also her sisters, Delia, Joan, Rosa, Wilma and brother David. She leaves behind her sisters, Sharron and Mollie and brother Jerry and nephew Jackie and her children Donna LaFlay and her children Hoyt and Haley Baughman and Tessa Baughman. Lisa and Ronny Williams and their children Jennifer Williams, Joesph and Nicki Williams and granddaughter Aiden, Jessy Williams and Anna Williams. Laurie and Steve Gale and their children Jeremy and Hope Gale and grandchildren Rozalyn and Drayven, Kristina Gale, Amber Gale and granddaughter Rianne, and Tiffany Gale. Rebecca Rick and her children, Erick Rick and Ashley West and grandchildren Kurtis and Bentely, Tommy Rick and Chanille Rick. Sally Eastman who was Lavonia’s best friend forever. Lavonia also had many more she took to be her own children, Jane Ditto and her children Susan, Amanda, Jared and Derek and Robbie Castille and her children Andi and Justis and many more nieces and nephews.
Lavonia touched so many people’s lives and was very loved by all. Lavonia was from a large family and has now joined a big part of them that have gone before her. They are celebrating and rejoicing with her. We are happy her suffering is over and her eternity of peace and no pain has begun. We love you!
April Johnson says
I am so sorry for ur loss. Please let Robbie know if there is anything I can do. My heart and prayers are with all of you.
Jack and Cheryl says
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We love you all so much.
I am sorry to read of your loss. Many have lost loved ones and want to see them again. The Bible actually says what will be death’s unavoidable eventuality at Revelation 21:4, which says, “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” Death will be gone forever. May this be of encouragement.
Robbie Castile says
I deleted my Facebook eulogy to better write it here. I’ve been looking at the things Lavonia left me this morning. I have to say, im just devastated by the loss of someone who loved me so much. I know it’s weird to put it that way. But I often feel that I love so many people. My friends, co workers, patients, men and I so rarely feel the love back. From the first week I met Lavonia she loved me, even if i was acting stupid. And Laurie Etta you have been a great friend to me, really the best friend to me in all of my life. You never forget me, never hurt me, always there for me. You and your sisters have been good to me. I’ve said it before, and ill say it again. Letting me come, spending time with Lavonia the last couple of months, comforting me at the Hospice house….showed me again who all of your girls are. Showed me how your mom raised you, how you live your lives. There will never be a time any of you need me that I won’t come. Just ask.