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Mabel Guenevere Laughery

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May 16, 1915     ~     April 25, 2011

Mabel Guenevere “Gwen” Laughery went home to be with her Savior Monday, April 25, 2011, at age 95. She was born May 16, 1915 in Teheran, IL to John Franklin and Mabel Lucille (Miller) Pyle. Gwen loved her Lord and her family, flowers, birds, raising dogs and studying the Bible. Until recently she taught a Ladies Bible Study class in her home. She was a member of Glasgow Baptist Church.

She is survived by her daughter, Sandra K. Gorin, Glasgow; two granddaughters, Kristine Elizabeth Henderson (Rev. William) of Mansfield, OH and Michelle G. Burris (fiancé Nick VonMosh) of MN; brother, Norman Pyle (Jean) of Bayport, MN; sister-in-law, Norma Powell of Lincoln, IL. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Cecil V. Laughery who died January 8, 1996; and infant son, Norman Dale Laughery.

Graveside services will be held 12 noon Wednesday at the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery under the direction of the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home. Friends may call on Wednesday from 11 am until time for service at the funeral home. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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41 Entries for Mabel Guenevere Laughery

  1. David Kent Coy says:

    Sandi – please find some peace and rest for yourself as your Mom has now found. She lived a long and loving life and passed along many of the values of a good life to you and your family. My positive thoughts and prayers to you and your family. A genealogical friend – David Kent Coy from Decatur, Illinois

  2. Leslie Kohler says:


    Although I never knew your mother, she must have been a wonderful lady to have raised such a wonderfully caring daughter. I am so glad that you know that only her body died, as we are all born to do, and that she is now with our Lord!

    Having already had your father go Home, I know you understand that the pain will fade, albeit slowly. I truly wish that I were able to take your pain away now however!

    God’s love to you and your family,
    Leslie (Bridges) Kohler

  3. Mark Lowe says:

    Dear Sandi, Kris, and Michelle,
    In this time of loss, remember the wonderful experiences you shared together. They will be with you forever. May the warmth of those good times help you weather those tough days. May God keep you in His hand and comfort you every day.
    What a wonderful legacy has been shared through this special life – keep the story alive. My love and hugs to you.

  4. Jan Flowers says:

    Dear Sandi and family,

    This is a very difficult time for all of you, but take comfort in the fact that in God’s good time you will meet again.

  5. Mary A, Karnes says:

    Dear Sandi and family
    I am so sorry about your Mother..She is now out of pain and with God.
    Take care of yourself and rest. The posting can wait.
    Mary Ann Karnes

  6. Linne Gravestock says:

    Dear Sandi,
    You have given so much love and guidance to so many people. May the love that you’ve sent out come back to you a hundredfold to comfort you in your sorrow. Please do take all the time you need to be with your family; we’ll be here when you come back.
    God bless you,
    Linne Gravestock

  7. Sharon Hanna says:

    Sandi and family…so sorry for your loss. We are never ready to let go of our loved ones. My prayers are with you and your family!

  8. Mary Sloan says:

    We thank God for his continued blessings and grace in welcoming your mom back to his side. The devotion and love you have shown for your mother is a beautiful tribute. It is now time for you to to take care of yourself. With sincere admiration, Mary Sloan; Belton, Texas.

  9. Pat Wilson says:

    So sorry for your loss, may GOD be with you at this time.Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family at this time of need.May God bless you and your family.

  10. Mary Kay Bourgeois says:

    Sandi, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I know your Mother treasured your care and love during these last difficult months. Please know in the coming days and weeks that you will be in my prayers and that I will pray that all the wonderful memories of your Mother will sustain you during this difficult time.
    Mary Kay Bourgeois
    Gonzales, Louisiana

  11. Kat Locke says:

    Please know that you and your sweet family are in our families’ thoughts and prayers after losing your mom. I know that you will keep her in your heart always. You were very lucky to be able to have her with you for so many years… and know that she will continue to watch over you from heaven…
    Hugs from Texas,

  12. Vicki Stinson says:

    Heaven has gained another guardian angel. Blessings to you and your family.
    Kind regards,
    Vicki Stinson
    One of the mailing list subscribers

  13. Della Nash says:

    My Love and My Prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
    What a blessing to have her with you for so many years. The days ahead will not
    be easy, but her love will be with you and the girls.

  14. Ruth and John Anderson says:

    You and the family are in our thoughts and prayers in the home going of your mom. You were so blessed to have her in your life for a long, long time. Thinking of you presently at this time of visitation.
    In Christian love,
    Ruth and John

  15. W. Samuel Terry, IV says:

    Sandi, Michelle and Kris,
    Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. I never had the chance to meet your mother but I’ve always heard what a fine person she was. I have no doubt that those traits have been passed on to the next generation.

  16. Kris Henderson says:

    Mom,Shelley… Wish I could have been there with you today for the service.. Love you miss you! See you soon!