Wendell Harold McKinney

August 22, 1944 - September 15, 2009
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Wendell Harold McKinney BEECHMONT — Wendell Harold McKinney, 65, of Beechmont died Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2009, at his home. He was a coal miner and Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Janice Smith McKinney; a son, Kevin McKinney; a daughter, Pamela McKinney Blackwell; and a brother, Donald McKinney. Services: 1 p.m. Friday at Tucker BeechmontContinue Reading

Connie left a message on September 17, 2012:
Wow Nick, I'm still trying to wap my head around this. Your passing is such a shock to me. I wanted to stop in to pay my respects on your third year anniversary. Also, Here is a little something I wrote.. = I'm Finally Going Home = Written By: Connie R. Smith Dearest Heavenly Father; I'm finally coming home - to live with You in a place of love and peace. ~*~ I've spent so much time feeling so alone. Suffering in silence - didn't want my loved ones to know. ~*~ Heavenly Father ~ I extend my arms out to You, For I'm ready to leave this world behind... ~*~ There's no place i'd rather be - than to walk this eternal journey with You.... ~*~ Yes, I'm ready to be set free To journey into paradise - far beyond the deep blue sky. ~*~ I place my weary body down to my final rest. For I know it's now my time. ~*~ There's no more darkness - no sense of fear - for the warmth of Your love so brightly shines... ~*~ I'm saying goodbye to my pain and sorrow. I'm saying goodbye to the times I felt so alone. ~*~ I shall be with You, perhaps as soon as tomorrow. Father, Is that You I see? Oh Heavenly Father; What an exhilerating rapture Knowing - "I'm Finally Going Home." = In Loving Memory Of = Wendell "Nick" Mckinney You'll always live within my heart... 2012 Connie R. Smith (All Rights Reserved)
Connie left a message on October 11, 2011:
"Nick" I thought about youthrought the years. Wondering what ever became of you. I tried looking you up via internet, Needless to say it blew me away when I discovered your death. First I cried, then I took a journey down memory lane. I remember how every thursday evening we would go bowling. You kicked my butt every time. You were awesome and you knew it:0) My deepest regret is that I broke up with you. You were such a good man. Guess I have to blame my age. I was only 14 and you were 19. Wow, I can't believe you're gone... There are so many memories I have of us..Some great and some sad...Mostly great... Your shell may be gone - But, your spirit will live on forever in my heart. I HOPE TO SEE YOU AGAIN ONE DAY. Connie
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