Friday, January 18, 2013

In Remembrance
Jimmie Leola McDaniel Sanders

03 Dec 1920 - 20 Dec 2012
Daughter of Preston McDaniel and Revella Ephraim
Wife of Paris Sanders, Sr
Mother of Paris, Jr and Velma Lee

Photographs Courtesy of Anthony Neal, Sr

A Tribute To A Wonderful Cousin
Lovingly called
"Aunt Jimmie"

God saw that you were getting tired, so he softly said it was time for the day that your precious soul would begin it’s heavenly flight to that great promise land beyond the sky. We always knew that this day would come, the day we all would have to say goodbye, the day of your home going. Our hearts are heavy with grief because it hurts so deeply. We never ever imagine it would feel this way. We will truly miss all the great stories that you would tell us about our many relatives, friends, acquaintances and many family incidents that took place in Mississippi, Illinois, Michigan and California. You were always there for us when we needed family information and we will be eternally grateful. But, through all our remorse and sadness, we know we are not alone, for you will always be deeply entrenched within our hearts and mind, and we will forever hold tightly to those precious moments and memories. For when our day shall finally come, the day when we all shall meet again, we know you’ll be waiting for us with arms wide open, to welcome us to our wonderful new Heavenly home.

WE Love You, Aunt Jimmie
Tony and Bettie McDaniel-Neal


  1. My condolences on the passing of your cousin. She looks like a storyteller and a person who was in touch with her true voice.

  2. I'd also like to extend my condolences. She sounds like she was a wonderful person.

  3. Another Angel gone home,LindaRe do you have anything on The Honor Farm?My father talked about it,like it was a place to go I used to think he was saying the Arnold Farm he was born in1922 in the town of Gordon Arkansas.