Kaitlyn Jamora Killens, infant daughter of Edith Anne Mendelsohn and Jamorez Deontae Killens, died on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at UNC Hospital.
A graveside service will be held Friday, February 23, 2018 at 12 noon at Cross Creek Cemetery.
Kaitlyn is also survived by her brother, Krystopher Ford; maternal grandmother, Hannah Mendelsohn of Fayetteville; maternal grandfather, Gary Mendelsohn of Wilmington; paternal grandmother, Yolanda Killens; paternal grandfather, Sharzan McGahee; aunts, Rebecca Mendelsohn, Caroline Mendelsohn, Raomi Fountain and Christy Fountain; uncles, Charles Fountain, Jr. and Sharzan “T.J.” McGahee II and a host of other family and friends
Cross Creek Cemetery (Sec 1-5)
Friday February 23rd, 2018
280 Lamon St.
Fayetteville, NC 28301
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To the families and loved ones of LITTLE KATHLYN JAMORA KILLENS, who we know will be dearly. Almighty God promised at revelation 21:4 that he will wipe away all our tears. And death, pain, and sorrow will be no more. So,you can take great comfort in drawing close to God in prayer. And he will help sustain and support your families to endure in these difficult times and months to follow. My deepest condolences to all of your to all of your loved ones.
Submitted by CR on Mar 2 2018 07:33:04 AM
Hello Killens Family, I'm a neighbor living in the area.
Having heard of your most recent loss, I want to leave you a brief post. I too, well know the grief of losing love ones, and that at times like these, it is encouraging just to know that others are thinking about us. Something that has really helped me to cope with such losses, is the wonderful promise of Christ Jesus, recorded for our comfort at John 5:28,29. I hope, that when you are feeling up to it, that you are going to look up these powerful Scriptures, in your copy of The Bible. Also, I hope that this brief note, finds The Family feeling as good as can be expected Today.
With Greatest Sympathy, Your Neighbor: P.D.Walker.
Submitted by P.D.Walker on Feb 23 2018 08:04:21 AM
The death of ones child can be the greatest tragedy parents can face. You do not have to face it alone because your loving Creator feels and shares your pain. He gives hope with this promise found at Isaiah 26:19 which says: Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, you residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning, and the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." Yes the Creator provides the hope of seeing your beloved child again. May this hope give you the strength to cope successfully with your loss.
Submitted by A Neighbor on Feb 23 2018 07:57:30 AM
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