Bessie Mae Arberry

09/28/1930 - 11/13/2022


Obituary For Bessie Mae Arberry


26 Nov


09:00 AM - 10:45 AM

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26 Nov

Celebration Of Life

11:00 AM

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30 Nov


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Paradise Cemetery North 10401 W Montgomery Road Houston, TX 77088 Get Directions »
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  • 11/26/2022

    My Auntie was a very special woman she and my mother were very close. It reminds me of a saying when someone you love passes away this means we have a beautiful angel watching over our family. Auntie Bessie has her crown and golden slippers now rest Aunt Bessie rest.

  • 11/26/2022

    The darker the night, the brighter the stars; the deeper the grief, the closer is God! "The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit." – Psalm 34:18 It is so comforting to know that the Father is beside us, especially when we are grieving. Nothing is more challenging than losing someone we love, and this scripture reminds us of God's love for us. He is never far away. Five Stages of Grief: 1.Denial: By denying the diagnosis (or death), it gives yourself more time to absorb everything. "This is not happening to me," or "the doctor is wrong" gives you some hope. Denying the issue is a form of self-preservation. 2. Anger: This is a way to mask your emotions. It is a way to cover the pain of loss with revenge, bitterness, frustration, or resentment. 3. Bargaining: By bargaining, you may be looking to regain control of the situation. All of the "if only I would have, I should have, or I could have" arguments will not change the outcome. 4. Depression: Being depressed is considered a quiet stage of grief. Feelings of isolation and confusion may abound. This is a deep sorrow and sadness that is a normal part of the grieving process, as opposed to the more worrisome version of clinical depression. 5. Acceptance: The stage of acceptance doesn't mean a happy ending, or that you are never again sad about your loss. It just means you are ready to move on

  • 11/26/2022

    Ma'Bessie words cannot describe how my heart feels about your transitioning. You were my first mother-n-law. I'll never forget you or your "duck dinners"! I'm still missing my 1st love, your #7 child/son Matthew! Rest in Heaven With Matthew! I love you Ma'Bessie ❤️❤️❤️ Your Daughter-n law forever Moe ❤️ Nyvellya Addison 🌹

  • 11/23/2022

    My deepest condolences to you and your family during this time. Words cannot express my heartfelt sympathy for your loss. You took such wonderful care of your Mom these last months. She was so lucky to have you—Ms. Bobbie Jean Hood and family.

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  • 11/23/2022

    Words can't wipe away the tears. Hugs won't ease your pain, but memories of your Mother will always remain. When we lose a love one, you gain an Angel whose name you know. May God Comfort You, Mrs. Belinda Evans Feaster and Family

  • 11/23/2022

  • 11/22/2022

    Many wonderful memories of my Beautiful Aunt Bessie. She was the babysitter (our second mommy), for her brother's (Bennie) 4 children. You will Forever be in My Heart--- Delphine Thomas Mahomes

  • 11/22/2022

    Sending prayers of comfort and peace to the family of Bessie Mae Arberry. God Bless You, Renita Evans Cunningham

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