Obituaries

Stump, Lexie Elizabeth

Lexie Elizabeth Stump, January 29, 1994 – November 19, 2009 A beautiful precious angel, a gift from God who brought peace, hope and love. We didn’t know that she was only on loan. God took his sweetest angel home with him on Thursday, November 19, 2009. Left behind missing and always loving her are father, James Boling Stump; mother, Lori Price; brother, James Mason Stump. The most loving co-parents a child could have, Brandy Stump and Brian Barrett. Also grandparents, Roger & Mary Hinkley, Earl & Wilma Price; uncles, aunts, cousins and many friends. One very special friend, Dallas Wayne Reed. “We Love you Baby Girl, We will never forget You.”

The family would like to express a special thank you to all the nurses, doctors and respiratory department at CRMH, II South. Thanks for caring for her like she was your own daughter. Funeral services were conducted Monday, Nov. 23, at the New Hope Church of God with Pastor T. Michael Bond officiating. Interment followed in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. The Stump family is in the care of Horne Funeral Service, Christiansburg, VA. On line condolences may be sent by visiting www.hornefuneralservice.com.

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  • I miss Lexie so much. We were great friends in Elementary School and then we just drifted apart after I moved. It’s still hard to believe that after two months, she’s gone. Sometimes I wish a had a do-over and become even closer with her throughout my high school years that were spent with her. No one was quite like Lexie; she was unique in every way possible. She didn’t let people push her around & she stood up for what she believed in. Her funeral and viewing were hard to attend, but we all made it through the day. Her mom is very close with my family & she’s holding up pretty well considering she lost a child.

    Rest In Peace, sweet babygirl.

  • I was Lexie’s best friend up until a year before she died. Even after she moved, we still talked a lot. I’ll miss her more than anything. I was there with her when she died. Watching her like that has to be the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. Even now I’m tearing up thinking about it. She was loved by many people, and she kept us all together. She never let anyone push her or her friends around, and if there was something to laugh about you best believe she was laughing at it. God, I miss her so much. I can’t wait to see her again.

    I love you, so much.

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