Don't see the exterior of society on us but see the light that shines in everyone of our souls.Justin Lindley
This memorial website was created to remember our dearest Justin Bradley Lindley who was born in Jonesboro,Arkansas on August 13, 1979 and passed away on July 16, 2008. You will live forever in our memories and always in our hearts.
Information about the site: Check back often as it will be a work in progress. Anytime you need to contact me there is a link to my e-mail at bottom of the page. Also you can register your e-mail to receive notification when the site is updated by clicking on the people icon in right menu bar. Please bear with the frequent postings from me(Mom). This is a way for me to fill a hole in my heart and give my grandchildren the gift of lasting memories of their Daddy!
Please sign the guestbook, light a candle or send us a memory. It brightens our day to hear Justin's name and know others are thinking of him.
Please feel free to add comments, encouragements or whatever you'd like. It is the prayers and encouraging words that keep us putting one foot in front of the other as we stumble down the path of grief. Thank you all so much for your support, all the candles and graphics!
~♥~A very special THANK YOU to the many who remember Justin's birthday, angel anniversary, who light candles and send graphics. The last-memories family has become very special to me. The love and support I receive from you continue to help make this grief journey more bearable. Although we certainly wish we were not members of this horrible club I feel fortunate that we have found each other to carry us through it. Blessings and prayers to you all.
~♥~Teresa-Mom to Justin~♥~
This is a photo redo of Justin and his children. His
babies were the light of his life. One of the things he
"did right" according to him. He often told me "Mom I
make beautiful babies, don't I?" The answer is YES
Justin and you were beautiful too! We LOVE YOU and
MISS YOU so much My Baby!
If we had one lifetime wish, One dream that could come true We'd pray to God so hard For yesterday and you. They say memories are golden Well, maybe that is true But we neverwanted memories, We only wanted you. If teardrops were a stairway And heartaches a lane, We'd walk a path to heaven And bring you back again. A thousand times we've needed you A thousand times we cried...... If love could have saved you, You would have never died. We love and miss you Justin
Merry Christmas my firstborn. You will never be forgotten. I long for the day that I can hold you again. I had my first dream of you when I saw your face and got to hug you. I live today because I know that day will come again. Love you to heaven and back!!
December 9, 2014 recipient of Rylee's Random Act of Kindness in Memory of Justin. Thank you Rylee. Your Uncle Justin is so proud of you. And so is you Nana! I love you so much. So thankful you are learning to give and be thankful.
Here we are again at Christmas time and missing you never stops. The pain is softer now but still hurts. I think of all the sweet memories, the bad things that come to mind have faded into the background. I wish everyday for another time to hold you but I know it will come in God's time. Love you my baby! You are never far from my thoughts! Momma
Watched Austin on Easter choose only ham and macaroni and cheese to eat, out of all the food available that's all he wanted. Sounds like someone else I know. Watching your kids grow up sure makes me miss you even more! Love you Justin!
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