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In Memory of
Viola M. Bailey
August 23, 1913 - May 6, 2013

Visitation:
Thursday,May 9, 2013 from 10 AM until 12 NOON @ Connley Brothers Funeral Home

Service:
Thursday, May 9, 2013 12:00 PM Connley Brothers Funeral Home

Interment:
Evergreen Cemetery



Viola M. Bailey, age 99, of Florence, KY passed away on May 6, 2013 at St. Elizabeth Health Care in Florence, KY. She Retired from the former Crosley Electronics in Covington, KY. She was preceded in death by her Husband: Fred Bailey in 1969; Daughters: Viola Prather in 2005 and Mildred Marsh; Sons: George Marsh and Robert Marsh. Viola is survived by her Daughter: Harriet B. Tyson of Long Beach, CA; Son: Earl Bailey of Cincinnati, OH; 18 Grandchildren; Several Great Grandchildren and Great Great Grandchildren. The Visitation will be on Thursday, May 9, 2013 from 10 AM until The Funeral Service at 12 NOON at Connley Brothers Funeral Home in Latonia, KY. Online Condolences may be made at: www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com.

Condolences

Nancy & Gary Thompson

May 8, 2013

I am so very sorry for your loss. I (Nancy) have known Viola Bailey through The Taylor Mill SDA church my entire life until she moved away a few years ago. She was such a sweet and Godly woman and lived a good life. I j just adored her. She will be dearly missed and our hearts go out to you, her family, at this time. May God bless and comfort you. I am unable to attend the funeral but my heart and prayers wiil be with you.

 

Kari Mulderink

May 8, 2013

I was privileged to meet Mrs. Bailey while volunteering with my son at Florence Park Care nursing home. We have been doing so for about 3 years. I didn't know her very well, but I do know that she loved Jesus very much....and she is so happy to be home with Him in heaven. Many afternoons we would find her curled up in her bed with her large bible by her side. Also when we would visit with her, she would always have an encouraging word for us and speak of her faith. One of my favorite memories of her happened this past Christmas. My husband dressed as Santa and we went around visiting at the nursing home. Mrs. Bailey was sitting in the activities room waiting at the table for a bible study to start. "Santa" said hello to her and she sweetly smiled up at him and said, " You know you aren't the reason for the season!" How right she was, and I have no doubt that God continued to use her for His purposes until she went home to be in His presence. I will pray comfort for your family in this time of loss of such a wonderful lady. She will be missed. Blessings, Kari Mulderink

 

Caroline Lesko

May 8, 2013

I am from the Taylor Mill SDA Church. I am so very sorry to hear about your loss. May God give you strength and peace for the days ahead is my prayer.

 

Pastor Stewart Lozensky

May 9, 2013

We are sorry for the loss of Mrs. Bailey. I met her when I became the pastor of the Taylor Mill Seventh-day Adventist church. Who can ever forget her warm smile and her singing of "The Grumble Song"? May The Lord be your strength and comfort.

 

Kitsy Marshall

May 10, 2013

Many years ago Mrs. Bailey worked for my parents, Worth and Catherine May. She was faithful, dedicated with a quiet gentle spirit and love for her family and the Lord. She really was part of the family. I am sorry for your loss .You are in my prayers.Kitsy Marshall

 

Kitsy Marshall

May 10, 2013

Many years ago Mrs. Bailey worked for my parents, Worth and Catherine May. She was faithful, dedicated with a quiet gentle spirit and love for her family and the Lord. She really was part of the family. I am sorry for your loss .You are in my prayers.Kitsy Marshall

 

Ann Williams

May 30, 2013

My two girls and I met Viola at the nursing home when we would visit residents. She quickly became a favorite. She loved God more than anyone I know. I feel blessed to have met her and spent time with her over the past few years. Her presence in this world has not gone unnoticed. May God bless all of her relatives and descendants. We were saddened to have learned of her passing, but have every confidence that she is rejoicing in the heavens now.