In Memory Of

Cora Lemke

Cora Lemke

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08/17/14 08:52 PM #1    

Joyce Byrd (Slaughter)

It was so good to see Cora at the 50th Class Reunion.  I have such fond memories of her during high school.

08/18/14 09:14 AM #2    

Charlene Kendrick (Stamps)

I remember that Cora was always very nice to me.  We laughed a lot and to me, she was sometimes very original and witty.  I was sorry to hear of her debilitating illness and I will remember her fondly and pray for her family.

08/19/14 12:16 AM #3    

Annette Preston (McGiboney)

Cora was always very friendly, caring, and funny. It was always a joy to share a class with her, especially gym class.  Cora was the only classmate that could absolutely break Miss Jay into uncontrolable laughter. RIP sweet lady.

08/20/14 07:55 AM #4    

Joyce Hudspeth

Cora was very special. I went to Palmer Stone junior high with her and played basketball with her during those years. She came over to my house and spent a week the summer between 7th and 8th grades. I shall always hold special memories of Cora.

08/21/14 04:52 PM #5    

Penny Parish (Windham)

Cora and I were good friends from ninth grade up until her death.  Right after high school I went to Atlanta to find a job and "reinvent" myself while Cora went away to college.  I was just getting into the swing of being an entire, different, un-shy person when Cora dropped out of school and joined me at Fulton National.  So much for my new persona; she blew my cover.

Despite her lack of respect for boundaries, I've never known such a big hearted, generous, loving, funny person. She lived with Jim and me for eight or nine months and I think she believed she had given birth to our kids.  She was a part of our extended family and was always with us on vacations and at family events.  I was priviledged to have her in my life so long and to be able to spend the last two weekends of her life with her.  Rest in peace, Cora.  We love you.




08/22/14 12:48 PM #6    

Hal Bailey

I went to school with Cora from Palmer Stone to NCHS. She was one of a kind. I will always have fond memories of Cora. RIP.

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