HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Moreno Valley a very long time resident of the city Charley Triplett was born in Lake Village, Arkansas.
“Brother” and the family moved to California, (Wasco) later relocated to Los Angeles. After moving to the city of Angles Brother met and married his lovely wife Ms. Sallie Francis Purnell two children Francine and Caleb. Brother worked many years at R.T.D. As a maintenance supervisor. Brother was a faithful member at “Mt Moriah” Riverside, Ca. Baptist Church serving with various ministries, Charley was known for his love of people. Charley never met a stranger in his life, he was truly a God fearing man, he was my God brother and a very loving brother I will miss him but as he always said he I’m just a thought away. Sail on Brother see you in the morning. And to sister (Francis) hold on to God’s unchanging hand, and you will make it.
The homegoing service for Mr. Otha Johnson was held at Cathedral of Praise International Ministries. Mr. Johnson was born in St. Louis, Mo. and relocated to California with his wife Sadie Tillman. To this union were born five children. He was enlisted in the United States Air Force, served, and was honorably discharged. Mr. Johnson was a faithful member of COPIM until his death.
THE RIVERSIDE ELITES invites you to their first Bunco Activity Event at Stratton Center “Bordwell” Park Community Center, 2008 Martin Luther King Blvd. on Saturday, March 21, 2009 beginning at 3:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. A donation of $15.00 per person or $25.00 for two is asked. Drinks & snacks will be included, as well as prizes. There is limited seating. For information call Veronica at (951) 784–1345 or Ann Mabry at (951)
REMINDER: The Inland Empire Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Assoc. Bronze Statue Committee proudly presents its Second Annual Breakfast Fundraiser on April 4, 2009 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Donation is $10.00 per person. The event will be held at Campers Resorts of America, 375 Ramona Expressway Perris. For information contact either Doris (951)
679–0577, Gilbert (951) 657–7088, Phil (951) 367–9284, Rosia 672–8320, or Wilbert 657–9535. To God be the glory. Last Tuesday March 10th my oldest son Greg L. Barnes rededicated his life to Christ. What a very proud time for me and I know it would have been a very proud time for his dad. Now I know that he can continue with what God has for him to do in this life here on earth. There was praise and worship and Pastor Dr. Robert L. Wilks taught a great Bible lesson on yielding to the Holy Spirit. Thanks to the members and their kindness to me as I sat in your spirit filled home. To Alice hold on my dear friend God will keep on holding you until you can stand on your own, but yet he will always hold your hand.
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