Dorinda Hightower's Obituary and Tribute to her life:

 

 

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The preacher said, “til death do you part”

To two young loves shining very bright

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

Her name was Dorinda meaning: God’s bountiful gift

His name was Chris meaning: follower of Christ

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

First came Keisha meaning: Dear to the people

Loved by all and so smart and bright

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

Next came Israel meaning: Contended with God

Not afraid of anyone and ever ready for the fight

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

The next seven children were lost in the womb

The sorrow it brought almost put out her light

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

Many hurts came to her from both family and friends

She needed time away so she took a short flight

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

Even though separated the two loves still burned bright

In time healing came as many wrongs were made right

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

Their vow was for better or worse and in sickness or health

And the cancer came with such force and blight

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

Though she fought hard her health would not win

Without much suffering to Christ she took her flight

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

Many were their heart aches, sufferings and trials

Yet many were their victories and joys so bright

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

For those searching for what true love does mean

They wish to leave you with just one insight

When they said, “we will”

They didn’t mean, we might!

By: Chris Hightower 12-23-2006

Chris and Dorinda Hightower married July 27th 1980

Parted with Dorinda passing away December 20th 2006

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Our dear friend and sister in Christ has gone to be with her MASTER on high.  Her earthy body put to rest and buried near her home in Rockmart, Georgia on December 23, 2006 after a wonderful funeral. The on-coming cars all stopped for a moment to give tribute to our beloved departed as she was taken for her last motor drive with police escort without stopping for one red light.

Our paths first crossed over twenty years ago.  Farewell dear friend, sister, and our deepest sympathy to those left behind that so miss their wife, mother, daughter, sister, relative and friend.

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With prayers,

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Dale & Coleen Sabin and family

 

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