Guest Book for Louise (Mosby) Cook

Provided by Ballou & Stotts Funeral Home

Posted by: Pam & Dale Scott
Wed October 08, 2014
John & Kenneth.... So sorry for your loss.  Our heart's go out to both of you. If there is anything at all that we can do for you please don't hesitate to call..... Cumberland County has lost one of it's best & Heaven has gained a great one..

Posted by: Bobbi Neathery
Wed October 08, 2014
I am so sorry for the loss for this family. May God Bless each and everyone of this family and friends as you go thru the next few days.

Posted by: Mitchell and Effie Catron
Wed October 08, 2014
We have enjoyed knowing and working with her. She will be greatly missed.

Posted by: Michelle
Wed October 08, 2014
Kenneth and John I am so sorry for your loss. Louise was such a good person.

Posted by: judie garner
Wed October 08, 2014
Kenneth i'm so sorry for your loss.praying for the family.

Kenneth i'm so sorry for your loss,praying for u and the family.she will b miss by many..


Posted by: Donna Dyer
Wed October 08, 2014
Kenneth, I am truly sorry to hear of the passing of Louise...I worked with her years ago at the factory in Burkesville...Louise was a sweet, wonderful woman..I remember her laugh...I hope somehow you and your Son can find peace....God Bless you Both...I'm Sorry for your loss...

Posted by: Dale Smith
Thu October 09, 2014
My thoughts and prayers go out to Louise's family and friends.  We worked together both at Oshkosh and Carhartt for several years.  Always had a lot of respect for her.

Posted by: donna hamilton
Thu October 09, 2014
To the family and friends of Louise ,my deeppest sympathy goes out to all ,I worked with her @ the factory in burkesville,and use to watch her throw horse shoes @the park,she will be missed by many.R.I.P. my friend~

Posted by: connie mosby kinnaird
Sat October 11, 2014
Kenneth, Jonathan , Mosby and all family members. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Every time I thought of Louise I remember the time Jonathan was a baby and he way crying and crying so I took off his shoes and poor
Louise had not taken the paper out of the end of the shoe, needless to say he quit crying and we all were laughing.
My prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.