In Loving Memory

Dora Kathleen Bairefield, d. December 2, 2014

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In Loving Memory

October 8, 1940 – December 2. 2014

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Dora Kathleen Bairefield, 74, passed away on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 in Mobile. She was a very faithful Jehovah’s Witness and to her ministry work.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Anderson and Mildred Riding; son, Bobby Bairefield; two sisters, Wanda Stoops and Kay Ridings; and her brother, Bill Ridings.

She is survived by her three sons, Anderson (Khryste) Bairefield, Lee Bairefield and Anthony (Starlyn) Bairefield; five grandchildren, one great grandchild and many other relatives and friends.

A celebration of Dora’s life will be held at 3:00pm on Saturday, December 13, 2014, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness, 419 Third Avenue in Saraland. Officiating will be Brother Steven Kemp.

Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home and Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL 36526.

9 Comments

  1. Tim Anderson

    Tony I am so very sorry for your loss. The congregation and many others like me also feel a terrible loss. She was like a second mom to me and I look forward to visiting her again. Our thoughts and prayers are for you and your family at this time of grief.

    Love,
    Tim Anderson and family.

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  2. Frances Behrendt

    It was a privilege to be an ‘in-law’ through Khryste, but even more to be her sister in the truth. She will be missed but what a grand welcome we will give her when Jehovah calls and she answers.

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  3. kenny and pam

    Tony we r so sorry to hear abput the loss of ypur mom. I know we have the hope of the resurrection, but it still hurts. Jehovah didn’t mean for us to have to suffer such pain and loss.Shes asleep now waoting for Jebovah to wake her up. Its us that have to keep working so we can be there to see our loved ones again. I can’t even imagine how wonderful that will be.Hang in there you have alot of people to love and support you. Isaiah 41:10,13. My fav. Love ya pam and kenny

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  4. Ken Behrendt

    AD and Khrys and family, There are no correct words for an event such as this. We were not intended to have it to deal with. For the world it seems so permanent, but for true servants of Jehovah, we know even death cannot separate us from Jehovah’s love. Our loving sister will come back with a perfect body and health and will probably outdo those who survive. She has paid the ultimate price for imperfection and now she simply rests with Jehovah. We all look forward to her waking up. It will be soon. Love you guys so much.

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  5. Scottie Felts

    So sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a very special person to me. She will be missed. Thinking of all of you; you are in our prayers. So looking forward to the day when these painful times will be gone and we can enjoy our loved ones in perfect health and happiness.

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  6. Mel/Barb Forrester

    We were so very sorry to hear about Kathleen’s passing. I have lot’s of memories of when we were growing up. You boys take care of each other. love you all, Aunt Barbara.

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  7. Jackie Dickerson

    To the family of Ms. Dora Bairefield please accept my sincere condolence for the loss of our dear sister. The scripture at 2 Cor. 1:2,3 calls Jehovah the God of all comfort. May his love surround you at this time. I look forward to the fulfillment of John 5:28, 29 which tells us that a time is coming when those we have lost will hear Jesus’ voice and come back to life! That will be a wonderful day that we all must strive to do our best now to be there. She is another precious reason to remain faithful. Our loving father Jehovah has given us undeniable truths to make us strong. She will rest until we get to see her again. Know your spiritual family in Georgia will be praying for you to endure.

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  8. Brenda & Ray Davis

    So very sorry for the loss of your Mother….I truly believe parents are one of the greatest gifts Jehovah has given us….I know you will hold her in your hearts till you can hold her in your arms again……as we hope to do with our son……….??
    Our hope is the resurrection ,Jesus is the resurrection and yet he cried……we cry for our loss and our hope will sustained us….
    We know that Jehovah has promised a resurrection, but that does not prevent us from having the deep hurt and trauma of our sudden loss or that gnawing pain………………… And Will not end until we hold our beloved ones again. Jehovah can and does and will comfort us , Remember when Jehovah helps us, (2 Corinthians 1:3-5) who comforts us IN all our tribulation How comforting it is to realize that when we are enduring a trial, Jehovah sees what is happening and hears our outcries! He is certainly not indifferent to our suffering. .. The eyes of Jehovah are toward the righteous ones,And his ears are toward their cry for help . Psalm 34:15.. Take heart ♥ and remember Jehovah said: “For I, Jehovah your God, am grasping your right hand, the One saying to you, ‘Do not be afraid. I myself will help you.”-Isa. 41:13. Don’t let go of his hand……..

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  9. Minnie Hemphill

    Anderson, Lee and, Anthony, I am so sorry to read of the ls of your mother. Although I did not know Mrs. Bairefield, she is my sister in the faith and I wish to extend my deepest codolences. We can take solace in our resurrection hope. Throw all of your anxieties on Jehovah, the God of all comfort and revel in the love of family and friends as you morn your loss. Agape’

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