Funeral services for Mother Nina Cora Ramsey, Wednesday, October 22, 1986, 1:00 p.m., Iconium Baptist Church, 1050 McDaniel Street, S.W., Atlanta, Georgia, Reverend Malvin A. Linsey, pastor

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"Let Your Light So Shine Before Men, That They May See Your Good Works And Glorify Your Father Which Is In Heaven." Matt. 5:16 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1986, 1:00 P.M.
Iconium Baptist Church 1050 McDaniel Street, S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia Reverend Malvin A. Linsey, Pastor

OBITUARY
Mrs, Nina Cora McCord Ramsey was born September 14, 1898 to the late Mr. and Mrs. John McCord in Lincolnton, Ga.
Mrs. Nina Ramsey was united in holy matrimony to the late Kelley W. Ramsey. This union was blessed with seven children (three preceded her in death).
During her youth she professed the Christian faith. She joined the Mt. Zion Baptist Church under the late Rev. G. W. Harrison. After moving to Atlanta, she united with the Antioch Baptist Church North and later the Iconium Baptist Church where she served on the Mothers Board until her death. She was a dedicated and faithful worker of her church and a loving and caring mother of her large family.
Mother Nina Ramsey leaves to cherish her memories four sons: Rev. and Mrs. John W. Ramsey, Mr. Robert K. Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Ramsey, Mr. Theodore R. Ramsey; twelve grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchild ren; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ella Mae Ramsey; a brother, Mr. Floyd McCord, Elberton, Ga.; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of relatives and friends.
Mother Ramsey slumbered peacefully to eternal rest on Friday evening, October 17, 1986.
."God saw the road was getting rough, And the hill too hard to climb, He gently closed her loving eyes; And He whispered, "peace be thine", Her weary hours, her days of pain, Her weary nights have passed, Her ever-patient worn-out frame, Has found sweet rest at last."
GOODBYE UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN Fatnilv

ORDER OF SERVICE

Processional
Hymn _._...--_--.._..--. "What A Friend We Have In Jesus"
Scripture: Old Testament ,,__..___._.,,.,,-_ Reverend Floyd Ricks New Testament __. Reverend Howard Price, Jr.
Prayer _.,,__,,_________,,_--_,,'-_.._...,, Reverend Moses H. Lee

Solo ..__----_~.-..--.----_.-...__----- Mrs. Sallie K. Parrish

Remarks: Board of Deacons ____.......... .... Dea. Lonzell Wells Iconium Baptist Church -__--.... Mrs. Eunice Saffo

Hymn ..-_--,,,,_.--.-_.,,--_----,,-..--,,..---.-- "Blessed Assurance"

Eulogy _--_...__--,,_--_--.--.-.- Reverend Malvin A. Linsey

Organ Medley

Acknowledgment .-_.,-......_..'.,,--.....,,--........__.l.'................ Pastor

Recessional

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. INTERMENT

Southview Cemetery

HONORARY PALLBEARERS Officers of Iconium Baptist Church
ACTIVE PALLBEARERS Grandsons
FLOWER BEARERS Mothers Board of Iconium Baptist Church
ALTHOUGH THE CURTAIN FALLS
There conies a time for all of us When we must say good-bye -- But faith and hope and love and trust
Can never, never die.
Although the curtain falls at last Is that a cause to grieve?
The future's fairer than the past If only we believe.
And trust in God's eternal care -- So when the Master calls
Let's say that life is still more fair Although the curtain falls.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Family wishes to express sincere thanks and ap preciation to all who have been so understanding, kind and sympathetic. May God's richest blessings remain with each of you.
MURRAY BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, INC. 502 Pryor Street, S.W. Atlanta, Ga. 30312

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