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Christine Aldrich (Redfern) Belton

Born: Sat., Oct. 22, 1921
Died: Wed., Jul. 20, 2016


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wed., Jul. 27, 2016
Location: Harris Funeral Home Memorial Chapel


Public Viewing

11:55 AM to 12:55 PM, Thu., Jul. 28, 2016
Location: Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Thu., Jul. 28, 2016
Location: Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church


Interment following funeral service

3:00 PM Thu., Jul. 28, 2016
Location: Hillcrest Cemetery


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MRS. CHRISTINE ALDRICH REDFERN BELTON, 94 of MONROE, NC, passed away Wednesday, July 20, 2016 at her home.   Funeral Services will be held 1:00pm Thursday, July 28, 2016 at the Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church, 503 Maurice St., Monroe, NC  28112.  Bishop Osco E. Gardin, Jr., Pastor, will be the eulogist. Her remains wil lie in repose 11:55am to 12:55pm prior to the service at the church.  Interment will follow in the Hillcrest Cemetery in Monroe, NC.  A visitation  will be held 6:00pm to 8:00pm  Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at Harris Funeral Home & Cremation Service of Monroe, NC.

Born Saturday, October 22, 1921 in Chesterfield County, SC, she was a daughter of the late Paul and Minnie Bouleware Redfern.  She was a retired  Educator in the Union County Public School System, a long time member of the Elizabeth Missionary Baptist of Monroe, NC, and a member of the local chapter of the Order of the Eastern Stars.  Mrs. Belton was the widow of the late Dr. E.L. Belton, Sr., and also preceded in death by a son Eddie Belton, Jr., and her four siblings.

She leaves to cherish loving and fond memories to her children; Surluta B. Anthony and Harold Belton both of Monroe, NC and Fronzena B. Autry (James) of Waxhaw, NC, six grandchildren and four great-grandchilldren.

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Nicole Blakeney
   Posted Fri July 22, 2016
My condolences to the Belton family during their time of bereavement. May God continue to strengthen you in the days ahead. The Robinson & Blakeney Families

Vevelyn T. bLOOMFIELD
   Posted Fri July 22, 2016
Condolence to the Belton / Redfearn, family for their loss, Ms. Christine Belton,
is my mother Ella Redfearn Thompson, cousin, so we feel your loss of a wonderful mother
and cousin. May God Bless our family.
Vevelyn Thompson Bloomfield.



Joel
   Posted Sun July 24, 2016
Dear family of Christine Aldrich (Redfern) Belton.My name is Joel, I'm a local neighbor and minister here in town. I was reading the obituary and I was deeply saddened by your loss. I can only imagine the mental anguish and pain the family is going thru. Every time I read of someone's loss it really brings home what I've found comforting in my personal life. If I may I'd like to share a few encouraging thoughts from the scriptures.

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS
“God . . . will wipe all tears from their eyes, and there will be no more death, suffering, crying, or pain.”
—Revelation 21:3, 4, Contemporary English Version.

WHAT THAT CAN MEAN FOR YOU
̇ Assurance that God does not cause our problems.—James 1:13.
̇ Comfort from knowing that God feels for us when we suffer.—Zechariah 2:8.
̇ Hope that all suffering will end. —Psalm 37:9-11.

CAN WE REALLY BELIEVE WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS?
Yes, for at least two reasons:
̇ God hates suffering and in- justice. Consider how Jehovah God felt when his people in Bible times were cruelly mistreated. The Bible says that he was distressed be- cause of “those who were treating them abusively.” —Judges 2:18, New World Translation.
God has strong feelings about those who harm others. For example, the Bible says that “hands that shed innocent blood” are detestable to him.—Proverbs 6:16, 17.
̇ God cares for us as individuals. Not only does each person know “his own plague and his own pain” but so does Jehovah!—2 Chronicles 6:29, 30.
Through his Kingdom, Jehovah will soon end the suffering of each individual. (Matthew 6:9, 10) In the meantime, he tenderly comforts those who sincerely look for him.—Acts 17:27;
2 Corinthians 1:3, 4.

I hope something within these thoughts will help you to find solace. If you have any questions there's a website I have found a vast array of comforting thoughts and research. It's JW.org, please visit it if you would like to find more info. If you feel like responding to this letter please feel free to contact me at freebiblecourse.jscrismon@gmail.com. I hope you have a blessed day,

Regards Joel

RB
   Posted Sun July 24, 2016
I am sorry to hear of your loss. May you find comfort in the resurrection promise at John 5;28,29 "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming when all that are in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out." The Bible gives us hope that one day our dead loved ones will be brought back to life.

Effie Hubbard & Perrie Crowder
   Posted Thu July 28, 2016
Our condolences to the Belton family. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May God be with your family during this time. Effie Hubbard and Perrie Crowder

Harrison JR. & Blonnie Livingston
   Posted Thu July 28, 2016
You have our deepest sympathy. We will keep you in our prayers
and may the sweet memories of your Mother & grandmother help
to comfort you at this time

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