Condolences for Estelle Prince

Henry and Helen Acosta posted on 4/30/19

To the family of Estelle Prince, My wife and I would like to express our deepest condolences for the passing of Estelle Prince. We would like to share with you some good news regarding the hope of a resurrection which is brought out in the video link below entitled: “Is there hope for the dead?” The Bible mentions in Acts 24:15 that there is going to be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous. Why can we be confident of this? It’s because God has resurrected humans in the past as brought out in John 11:39-44 (Read). So, what does that mean for all of us? It means that we have a real hope of being reunited with our dead loved ones again and that includes your beloved, "Estelle". That’s a promise from God! It is our hope that one day soon we will be able to talk to you personally, until then, please visit us at where you can find the answers to many of life’s questions. Please watch the video: “Is there hope for the dead?” in the link below: Please feel free to contact us at (757) 593-7285. Also, you can meet us at our place of worship if you’d like it’s completely free of charge and we don’t pass collection plates ever! We would love to see and hear from you! Sincerely, Helen & Henry Acosta Denbigh East Congregation - Newport News VA (USA) 111 Browns Ln Yorktown VA 23690 Meeting Scheduled times: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 1:00 p.m.


Charles Chewning posted on 3/14/19

Debbie, Karen and Richard, your mother was very special to me. I have many wonderful childhood memories of the time we spent together. Your mother, Bobby Watson and I were the oldest cousins and had lots of fun playing together at our grandparents’ home in Bishopville, at our Aunt Themla’s home in Florence and at the beach at Ocean Drive. In more recent years we enjoyed seeing each other at the Chewning family reunions and reminiscing the good times. Your mother will always hold a special place in my heart. We pray that the good Lord will comfort you and bring you peace. Charles


Shirley Mitchell posted on 3/11/19

I worked for many years with Estelle while I served as President of the Auxiliary and in many other board positions for 30 years. After she retired as general manager of Luther Manor, she waited 2 years and joined the LM Auxiliary Board and she then served as Treasurer for the Auxiliary. She was dedicated to the residents and to the Auxiliary. She was a very fine lady.


Kathryn Arn posted on 3/11/19

Debbie, Your mother had the greatest laugh. Her whole body shook. I had not seen her since church work at Trinity where I was a member. How wonderful that she left her mark on so many people. You did a fine job of caring for our daughters, Hallie and Lindsay. I think of you often and send my love to you and your family. Kathy Arn


Joan and Fred Rebmann posted on 3/10/19

Debbie,Karen,and Rick,your Mother was a wonderful woman and a great neighbor.


Alice Watson Peters posted on 3/8/19

Debbie, Karen and Richard, what a special person your mother was! While I did not spend much time with her in this life, I know this to be true because of the wonderful things I've heard about her over the years from those who knew her well. My brother, Bobby, spent more time with her as a child since they were closer in age and visited our dear Aunt Thelma together from time to time. Later, they reconnected when he was at UNC school of dentistry and she was at Duke. My husband, Art, and I are lifting you in prayer and send our love your way. May God comfort you in your sorrow and bring yo peace. Alice


Pat & Barbara Lewis posted on 3/8/19

Debbie and Craig, so sorry for your loss! Sending prayers for comfort and healing.