Ruth D. Shealy

13 junio , 195317 enero , 2020

GILBERT - Ruth Deloras Shealy, 66, was born June 13, 1953 in Atlanta, GA, Fulton County, and passed away on Friday, January 17, 2020. She was the daughter of the late Dorothy E. Tumlin and John L. Manders.

Mrs. Shealy is survived by her daughter, Janet Jones of Lexington; son, Kevin Shealy of Gilbert; sister, Mary Drake of Cartersville, GA; brothers, J. C. Manders of Temple, GA, Ted Manders of Douglasville, GA; five stepchildren; one granddaughter, Amber Shealy and five step grandchildren.


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Janet Jones

marzo 9, 2020

I remember the good times that we once had. but still my life
is oh so sad I try to look forward, but my mind goes back. because a piece of the glass on our portrait is cracked. I try so hard to protect the glass. I won't let it shatter. Because you and your love
are all that matters. My family is all that means anything to me.
Still...everything always gets blamed on me. This happens to many as woman all over the world. We're supposed to be perfect; we learn this as girls. I have never been great or the "best of daughter" And at times I've failed by the things I've done wrong. For those things, I am sorry. I didn't want you to cry. but please remember my eyes are not dry. I hope you can find our love that seems lost. For the mistakes I have made came at a very high cost. A piece of my life, is missing and gone. And everything feels Oh so wrong. But there is one thing that I can do. I will try to be strong just for you. One thing I feel down deep in my heart. It's my love for you. It's a new beginning. you will forget all that dreadful past. It completes you as a woman to make you strong and It will be "love at last."

Aunt Mary, Kevin, Amber and I love you to the moon and back. We will treasure our memories of you and will be strong together. No matter what others may say, how we feel is all that matters in the end and always.