Katherine G. Denney

katherine denney

September 17, 1925 ~ June 20, 2012

Born in: Whitwell
Resided in: Decatur, GA

Katherine Gholston Denney September 17, 1925 to June 20, 2012 Mom's earthy body yielded to Jesus plan to come to his throne in heaven. When Mom passed through that veil her body was transformed to perfection and she gave Jesus a big hug, he said 'welcome home good and faithful servant'. Katherine is leaves behind 5 childern, Bobby Denney, Jerry & Marsha Denney, Terry & Beth Denney, Paul Denney, Doris & Laurie Frost. Grandchildern, Brooke, Andrew & Kristen Denney, Lauren Wright, April Agin. Greatgrandchilden Michael & Bradley Agin Funeral service will be held at 11:00 AM Monday June 25, 2012 at Wages and Sons Funeral Home Stone Mountain Chapel with Rev. Greg Smith officiating with burial at Decatur City Cemetery. The family will receive friends Sunday June 24, 2012 from 4 until 7 PM. Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel 770-469-9811

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  1. Aunt Katherine we will miss you. I didn’t see Aunt Katherine much since we haven’t had the Gholston reunions in several years, but I always enjoyed her Christmas cards. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family, we are deeply sorry we cannot make the services. Aunt Katherine was truly a lady and caring person. I’m glad she is at peace with the Lord.
    Your Cousin, Janet Gholston Singleton Jim’s Daughter

  2. Katherine has been a great Mother-in-law and we were grateful she could spend a few days with us recently. She had the grace and charm of a real southern lady. We love her.

  3. I’ll miss my mother more than words can express,my nightly calls to her were so comforting knowing she was always there.Now I take comfort knowing that she’s in Jehovah’s loving memory and that one day I’ll see her in perfect health in a beautiful paradise earth!I love you mother,your daughter-Doris Jo.5:28,29&Ps.37:9-11,29

  4. I will miss Gran so much. We always had wonderful conversations about so many different things, loved hearing her talk about the Lord and family. Family was her pride and to keep us all close she talked so highly of us all. The boys and I love you, will always have you in our hearts and prayers forever.

  5. I never had the privilege of meeting Mrs. Denney, but she must have been one special person to have such a loving and sweet daughter as Doris. Doris is one of my dearest friends. I’m so sorry for the family’s loss. Please take comfort in the promise God makes at Rev. 21:3,4 when there will be no more death, tears or pain here on earth and we can be with our loved ones again!

  6. I had the privilege of meeting Mrs. Denney and enjoyed our conversations. My condolences to all her family. We know she is in Jehovah’s memory and we will see her soon in his promise paradise.

  7. We were both saddened by the death of Doris’s mother, Katherine. We were very priveleged to meet her on several occasions. Katherine had a special spot in Vicki’s heart. We know that Jehovah God is a merciful God & is going to restore this earth back to it’s original condition, where death & pain will be no more. When Katherine receives a resurrection back to this earth she will enjoy perfect health & live in a world of abundant peace, just as Jehovah God has promised. Rev 21:1,3,4.

  8. I will miss my Aunt Katherine, even though I did not get to see her often. She always had that warm, sweet loving spirit. I love her and will miss her dearly. All the family is so very special to me…I love you all!!
    Aunt Katherine…until we meet again…we will hold you in our hearts!!

  9. I had the pleasure of seeing Kathryn on several occassions and she was so sweet and charming. I understand why you all love her so much. Death is so painful because we were never meant to have to endure it. We are all grateful for the resurrection promise in the Bible and I know it is a special comfort to you Doris. I agree that your Mom was a very special person and those traits that make her so dear to you are evident in your kind and loving personality. 1 Cor 15:25 rightly calls death an enemy that Jehovah promises to permanently remove. My condolences to you and all of your family.

  10. Having just lost my dear Grandma, I know the pain you all are going through. Knowing Doris as we do and having met your brothers, we know that your Mother was someone very special. We find the words of Jesus very comforting at Matthew 5:28,29, where he promised all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out during the resurrection here on earth. Job 14:15 says for such works Jehovah God has a yearning.

  11. I have never met Doris’s Mother Katherne but I am sure she was a special person, most morthers are to their daughters. The relationship between a mother and daughter has such a bond that nothing in this world can break it, not even death itself. So even though death has taken her, she will live in in the memory of those who love her and most of all in Jehovah’s memory and that is why he gave us such a beautiful hope of seeing our dear loved ones again in a beautiful paradise earth Rev 21:3,4 Ps 37:9-11, 29without anymore sickness, pain, sorrow and most of all death.
    There exist hope for even a tree. If it gets cut down,it will even sprout again. If an able-bodied man or woman dies, can he live again? All the days of my compulsory service I shall wait, until my relief comes. You will call and I myself shall answer you. For the work of your hands you will have a yearning. Job 14:7,14,15

  12. CandleImageIt’s been over 10 years and I still hold gran in my heart. I’m so thankful she is with Jesus and when I see the beauty and struggles of the world, I’m reminded of the beauty of her heart, the kindness and strength she possessed. I love you gran❤️

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