Daisy Humbles, formerly of New Orleans, passed to Glory January 4th, 2006 in San Antonio, Texas. Services to be held Saturday 11 AM, January 14th from the Macedonia Baptist Church, 963 SW 40th St. San Antonio, Texas.

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  1. It is with deep sadness that we all bid Miss Daisy farewell but it is with great Joy that she has touched each of out lives. I am honored to have known Miss Daisy for she was a witness of strength for her belief in Christ. There is no doubt that she continues to rejoice in the Lord in the company of Angels. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Julie

  2. To my cousins, My deepest sympathies are with you all. I have not seen any of you, in so many years, but you are always in my thoughts and prayers. I will let Bumpsie and the rest of the family know of your loss.Just continue to hold on to God’s unchanging hand and He will give you all the strength and comfort to get through your grief. Your cousin, “PEANUT”

  3. Our prayers are with you at this time. I have so many memories that I will cherish of Aunt Daisy. I will miss her laugther and the opportunity to drink a cup of coffee with her. I will also remember her guidance and compassion. I remember the closeness she shared with her sister. The devotion to God and her love of singing the goodness of God’s mercy. Our Lord has called one of his angels home to delight in his presence. May her love of family and peace continue to grow as a memorial to her memory.

  4. My condolences and love is sent to the family. May God Bless you with strength and endurace during your time of loss. Love, sandra

  5. my deepest sympathy is with the entire humbles family.My mother has gone home to rest her weary soul and to look after us from the heavens above. She’s always been there for everyone even those that turn their back on her. Up until the day the lord called her home she would always say don’t worry about it the lord would take care of it and she would always forgive them. The one person that hurt her the most was her oldest daughter beatrice a. jones.My mother forgave her but, I will never be able to because when she needed our mother my mom was there. where was she when our mother needed her?

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