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Monday, November 18, 2013

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Jeremy

The link for the memorial service is incorrect. The domain name has a .org extension and not .com

Geoffrey Philp

The Reverend Dr. Mary A. Tumpkin was a phenomenal teacher. I will miss her physical sermons, but her teachings will always be with me.

KAY RUSSELL

ONBHALF OF LAACADEMY STUDENTS TEACHERSIN TRAINING MARY WE KNOW YOU ARE WITH US YOUARE WATCHING OVER US WITH YOUR LEGACY, TEACHIBGS THAT WILL ECHO IN OUR HEARST,AND MINDS FOREVER. WE WILL CARRY THE WORD FOREWORD NO DOUGHT . ALL OF WILL CARRY UFBL FORWARD PLEASE AND BLESSINGS KAY RUSSELL LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA

Calvin James

RIP thank you very much Rev Mary I used to always look forward to attend Sunday service when I was living in Miami.
You have bring job to South Florida.

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