Volume 52, Number 27

fourteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, July 2, 2015

Saying goodbye

Last Tuesday, Mrs. Trixie Reagan passed away at
the age of 53. She was a school teacher in Pickett
County with 30 years of service.
Schools dismissed early last Friday for students
and faculty to attend her funeral and say goodbye.
If you would like to contribute to the Trixie Reagan
Scholarship Fund, you can contact someone at the
Pickett County High School at 864-3422.

TRIXIE
written and submitted by: Misty Dowdy
March 18, 2010
In Loving Memory of Trixie Reagan
I don't remember how it happened,
The moment her heart touched mine,
She was always one I relied on,
To be there for me - rain or shine.
She had such a loving and cheerful heart,
And always met me with a hug and smile,
I always knew that if I were in need,
She would be the one to go the extra mile.
She started out as just my teacher,
But we quickly became more to each other,
She looked out for me like I was her own,
She even said she was my "second mother."
Laughing, crying, celebrating, or comforting,
She was there for my every up and down,
She was even right by my side,
When I stood in church in my wedding
gown.
No matter how busy our lives were,
Our bond was never torn apart,
Because ours went deeper than simple
friendship,
Our connection lived deep within the heart.
Anyone that knew her would say,
She is a person you cannot forget,
And i don't know how I can ever accept,
My world without Trixie in it.
I only hope that she truly understood,
How very special she was to me,
And that she was more than a great friend,
She really was....my family.

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