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Battle Hunt Critcher

Battle Hunt Critcher

August 01, 1919 - June 21, 2011

Battle Hunt Critcher

August 01, 1919 - June 21, 2011

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Critcher, Battle Hunt, 91, Of Chesterfield, Went To Be With The Lord On Tuesday June 21, 2011. He Is Survived By His Beloved Wife Of 68 Years, Gertrude C. Critcher; Daughter, Paige E. Critcher; Son, John D. Critcher. He Was Preceded In Death By His Parents, Lewis And Lucy Critcher; A Sister, Lois C. Burnette; Brothers, Wyatt, Leland, Doyle, Harry, And Carlton Critcher. Battle Served His Country In The Us Army During Wwii. He Retired From Dupont After 45 Years Of Service. The Family Will Receive Friends 6 To 8 Pm Thursday (Today) At Morrissett Funeral Home, 6500 Iron Bridge Road. His Funeral Service Will Be 11 Am Friday At Chester Baptist Church, 4317 School Street, Chester. Interment Will Follow At Sunset Memorial Park

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1 responses to Battle Hunt Critcher

  1. I wanted to take this time to express my condolence to you for the loss of Battle, your loved one. I wanted to share a thought with you that comforted me when I loss a family member in death. The man Job in ( Job 14:14) asks” If an able-bodied man dies can he live again?”. Happily Jesus answers in ( John 5:28,29)-” Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life” Imagine a resurrection or a bringing back to life. And right here on earth.–( Ps.37:29)-“The righteous themselves will posses the earth. And they will reside forever upon it”. Jesus in ( John 5:28) was relaying a promise from his heavenly Father-(Jehovah-(Ps.83:18) ) who at (Titus 1:2) says is a ” God who can not lie” Well I hope that you will be able to draw some comfort from these scriptural thoughts as I did.

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