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~Acknowledgement ~

A beautiful person has gone away, however, in our hearts he will always stay. There’s a void that will slowly heal, and with family and friends like you, we will live. Perhaps you sent a card, food or flowers, or just thought of us during that hour. Whatever the part mere words cannot adequately express our sincere gratitude. May God bless and touch your lives in a special way. Special Thanks to Mr. Larry & Maria Porter and Ms. Jerri Robinson.

Poem from Siblings Words can’t express how much we will miss you Through the ups and downs and all the things we been through You were there and showed us how much you cared When we think on the times we shared

~Active Pallbearers ~ F. McKinney A.J. Allen

It was your presence and strength that has made the family strong So Aaron spread your wings because you’re not alone There’s not a brother none like you nowhere So we’re blessed to have the times we shared We thank God for loaning us you thus far Your smile will always remain in our hearts This is a hard pill to swallow but easy to bear The Lord is with us because this is times we shared Oh how time flys and has swiftly passed us by Growing up we were so close, so it’s hard not to cry We looked up to him because he was always there That’s how we remembered the times we shared

Teamsters

C. Harris J. Brooks

Weep Not For Me By an Unknown Author

Weep not for me though I have gone Into that gentle night Grieve if you will, but not for long Upon my soul’s sweet flight I am at peace; my soul’s at rest There is no need for tears For with your love I was so blessed For all those many years

There is no pain; I suffer not The fear is now all gone Put now these things out of your thoughts In your memory, I live on Remember not my fight for breath Remember not the strife Please do not dwell upon my death But celebrate my life

Now rest on our dear brother The holidays and birthdays won’t be like no other We will cherish you as a memory like a mist in the air But it’s moments like this, when we remember the times we shared Poem by Veronica Maclin

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Aaron Antonio Merriweather was born August 15th to Mr.

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and Mrs. Arthur Sr. and Bertha Jett. He went to Melrose High School and later became a truck driver for over 40 years. He retired from Yellow Road Company in 2012.

The Church Ministries 1219 Finley Rd. Memphis, Tennessee 38116

He was an avid golfer and loved music. He was a traveling enthusiast.

Reverend Malcolm Crawford

He was married to Evelyn Merriweather and from this union his only child, Robyn J’nai was born.

Pastor ~Officiating

He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Arthur Jett, Jr. To cherish his loving memory, he also leaves three sisters, Julia Jett, Charlene (Rory) Rankin, Brigett (Malcolm) Crawford and one brother, Michael Jett and a host of other relatives and friends.

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Processional Scripture & Prayer................................................................................Pulpit

Expressions: (3 Minutes, Please)

Family: (Song)...............................Charlene Rankin Friend: (Golf Buddy)..............................T. C. Mason Co-Worker: Special Recognition to: (*Please Stand) Teamsters Union Members Golfers Words of Comfort..............................................Reverend Malcolm Crawford Presentation of Memorial Committal Rites Recessional

“You prepared me for everything life was going to throw at me but you didn’t prepare me for a life without you. I hope that I’ll continue to make you proud of me. I love you, Daddy.”

-Robyn Merriweather

Aaron Antonio Merriweather  
Aaron Antonio Merriweather  
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