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Rhonda Millhorn Spellar
In Memory of
Rhonda Kay
Millhorn Spellar (Millhorn)
1967 - 2017
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SueAnn Stout

It's amazing how objects of a This world can reflect a vivid memory of people we love. Ive seen so many things the past few days that remind me so much of Rhonda. Rhonda and I would often talk about our upbringing and helping our parents and memories of our parents when we were young. We would laugh at how it seemed kids today know nothing about our journeys back in time. And what I remember, is though our worlds was far a apart, how similar we truly was. My first memories ever of Rhonda was her at her apt, Kevin and Jennifer running around in Pjs, and Rhonda bumping Shana Twain on the Radio, or what we would call a boom box. She always was smiling. And not far after that, of course I met Richard and Mary. And knew automatically, the apple didn't fall far from the tree. Rhonda was a reflection of a good old country girl, and one of the most humble people I know. She was so happy to help other people, and did so many. She genuinely would worry if someone else was in need, even though she didn't have much herself, she helped and did so in such a loving manner. She had a innocence about her, it reminded me of being a child in church and sitting beside your grandma, that essence surrounded her. She was tender and tender hearted. In the past year, Rhonda and I really became. Closer than we ever was. Natasha and I sat with her and listened to stories of her life and she listened to ours. We went for walks and as stubborn as she was, she would,be out of breath and instead of worrying somebody, she would say"you see that tree ".Of course I knew she needed a breather so I would always play along. She brought a bunch of family together for a good game of bingo, for dinner, cook outs, and how can I forget, rides in her car,kitty. that she was so proud of. I watched her interact with Kevin and Brittany, anticipate Kevin's call everyday. Brag on how proud she was of Kevin and Britt. How she loved Jennifer and Lee and all her grandbabies,and of course George. The weekends would come and she would say"Mckenzie is coming over,thats my heart ". And to see Rhonda and McKenzie fix each others hair, paint nails,.... All the laughs they shared. It was priceless. Rhonda taught me alot in the 23 years I knew her. She taught me that no matter what or where you are in life, whether you have alot or a little,its where your heart is and what you make of it.In the past year, she taught me to be humble, to take a deep breath, to love and forgive. She was like a sister I never had. I will miss our laughs, I will miss our talks, our phone calls, cooking together... I will miss everything. I'm so blessed to have known you. Sis, you would always talk about seeing your mamaw, Pap, mother and dad again, and I know you are dancing with them now. I made a promise to you and I will forever keep it. I love you sis ,you breath easy now, until we. Meet again.Kevin,Jennifer..I know she is smiling down on you.
Thursday March 30, 2017 at 7:35 am
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