Abbie Cothren Obituary, Death – We are very sorry to have to break the news to you that Mrs. Abbie, one of our very own, has passed away. On behalf of the family here at Robyn’s Nest, we are sorry to inform you that Mrs. Abbie has passed away, She was a remarkable woman who had a positive outlook on life and made it her mission to live her life to the absolute fullest by making the most of every opportunity that came her way. She made the most of every opportunity that came her way and lived her life to the absolute fullest.
She made the most of every opportunity that was presented to her and lived her life to the fullest possible extent. She loved each and every one of her children the same, despite the fact that some of them were the product of more than one pregnancy while others were the result of just one. We have a reason to be joyful because, very early on Thursday morning, God granted permission for heaven to take in one more angel than it had previously been able to take in.
This brings the total number of angels that heaven can house to a greater number than it had previously been able to hold. During this trying time, I ask that you remember the Cothren family in your thoughts and prayers, along with all of Abbie’s friends, coworkers, and other members of her extended family. Thank you so much for your consideration of this request. I can’t thank you enough for giving this request the time and attention it deserves.
In addition, I would like to request that you keep those people who are important to you close to you at all times and draw them closer to you. The following passage, which can be read in its entirety, provides further explanation on the particulars of her plans and can be accessed at any time: Bear Creek Baptist Church will be hosting a visitation on the day of her service, beginning at eleven in the morning and continuing until twelve in the afternoon. The visitation will take place on the same day as her service. The funeral services for her will begin at twelve o’clock in the afternoon. At one o’clock in the afternoon, we will begin the memorial service that is being held in her honor.