In loving memory of Estella Haywood, better known as âTataâ of North Union.
A loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend passed away on February 6th, 1976.
It has been 41 years since you left your earthly home as the Lord called you to be with him.
The memories you left will always remain as they are treasures we hold dear to us.
We miss you dearly. Sleep on in eternal peace. We love you, always.
Missing the one who nurtured it
But now she is gone,
Her flowers still bloom, and the sun it still shines,
But the rain is like teardrops, for the ones you left behind,
The weeds lay waiting to take the gardenâs beauty away,
But the beautiful memories of its keeper are in our hearts to stay,
Just like her flowers she was part of Godâs plan,
So when it was her time He reached down his hand,
He looked through the garden searching for the best,
Thatâs when He found her, it was her time to rest,
It was hard for those who loved her, to just let her go
But God had a spot in his garden, that needed a gentle soul,
So when you start missing her, remember if you just wait,
When God has a spot in his garden, Sheâll meet you at the gate.