Rev. Donald Black

Date of Death: March 6, 2012
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Rev. Donald L. Black, son of Lee M. Black and the late Bessie Emerson, was born in Lancaster, KY on December 3, 1945, and departed this earthly life March 6, 2012 with his devoted wife by his side. He was united in holy matrimony to Mayme J. “Jeannie” Miller, as he called her, in 1970.Continue Reading

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Rev. Robert R. Blythe left a message on March 16, 2012:
The congregation of the First Baptist Church of Richmond, Kentucky, sends to you our sympathy and our prayers in the passing of our friend, Rev. Black. It was my desire and my plan to attend the service today, but an emergency here will prevent my coming. Know that I am with you in heart.
Traci Riddell-Barnes left a message on March 15, 2012:
My mother and I just recently found out about the passing of Rev. Black. We extend our sympathy and heart felt condolences to all of the family. Mrs. Black I could include a hug in this message I certainly would.
Melinda Muncie B. North left a message on March 14, 2012:
My heart is just broken of the loss of this sweet ~ sweet man. I cannot put into words all that he meant to me, i loved him dearly , and he knew how very much. What a wonderful man he was. I know of no one he came in contact with who did not just love him. Every day at work this past while, those of us who were closer to him, knew of his daily pain, but he kept his SMILE ON and kept the JOY & LOVE & HANDSHAKES going for every one he saw. Alot did not know how ill he truely was because of his courage and commitment to continue as long as he was able to make a difference in someones life for the day, in what ever way he could. I SALUTE YOU Rev Donald Black , and i will carry your sweet memory with me forever. To Mrs Black and family......many hearts are broken and we share your grief over his passing. HE WAS LOVED.
Marilou Coldewey left a message on March 14, 2012:
Rev. Black showed me by example how to live life with all it's challenges by believing in the Almighty. I will treasure my friendship with him always. He made me a better person just knowing him and knowing how he managed his challenges and still had faith and the belief that there is a reason for all of us to believe in a life hereafter.
Mari Ann Burchett left a message on March 12, 2012:
I will miss seeing your smile and your friendly hello's. You could make my day so much brighter. God bless your family with comfort during this difficult time. God Rest in Peace.
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Dorothy Kavanaugh Roberts left a message on March 12, 2012:
Donald Lee cousin may god rest your soul we love you and will miss you. Dot and family
Dennis Romans left a message on March 12, 2012:
Rev. Black was one of the kindest men I've ever met. When I started at Bethesda North, he took me under his wing to help me get acquainted with the hospital. When I trandferred to Good Samaritan, he called me several times just to make sure I was doing OK. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. My prayers are with his family.
Pastor Dennis Thomas left a message on March 10, 2012:
Pastor & First Lady Black were surrogate parents to us in the ministry. Pastor Black touched our life with his wisdom. He took the time to minister to my mother when she was passing at Bethesda. He will be surely and truly missed. Pastor Dennis & Lady Traci Thomas
Tina Mills RT RM left a message on March 9, 2012:
I will miss seeing your smile and hearing your friendly hello's passing by in the hallways of the hospital. May God give your family comfort during this difficult time. God Rest in Peace.
Mr & Mrs George H. Giles left a message on March 9, 2012:
Bethesda North Hospital will not be the same without his presence. He generated such peace and hope in the face of diversity. We love him but know that he is at rest in Heaven.
Gordon (Dee) A Overstreet Sr & Family left a message on March 9, 2012:
It's always hard to put into works of how the heart feels. Ant Jean we are here and will always there for you. Uncle Don will be missed. But God saw fit that Uncle Don won the battle. For the battle is not ours but it's the Lords. R.I.P Uncle Don.
Brenda Goldschmidt left a message on March 9, 2012:
He was there when my father passed away at BNorth. I will never forget his kindness as someone who needed a prayer and his kind words. As an employee I will never forget his smiling face as he rolled down the halls.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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