Epitaphs for Females - Mother,
Endearing words that comfort and inspire
the reader who remember the devoted woman in his/her life. If
you need help in choosing or creating an epitaph these will serve
as a good starting point.
To know even one life breathed easier
because she lived is to know she
truly succeeded while here.
We can only be said to be alive when our hearts
are conscious of our treasures. Let it be forever
remembered she was always a diamond to us.
She never took no for an answer and pushed
ahead when others paused. But a kinder, gentler
woman you will never meet again.
She appreciated every moment because
she knew she might never be able
to experience it again.
She took in all the wonders of life,
wrapped them in a colorful package
and gave it to us. We'll miss you!
The past is history. The future, a mystery.
But we will hold dear our memories of her,
her smile, the sound of her laughter...forever.
She did more than exist, she lived.
She did more than listen, she
understood. Rest peacefully, dear.
Goodbye to a wonderful mother and grandmother.
She lived a long and wonderful life, and was loved
by all who knew her. She will be dearly missed,
but will live on in our hearts for generations.
Sleep on, sweet mother and wife,
And take thy rest, God called thee home
He thought it best
My wife, my friend, the mother dear
In dreamless sleep repossess here
May those whose love to her was given
All meet and live with her in heaven
Mother thou art gone to rest
And this shall be our prayer
That when we reach our journey's end
His glory we may share
God's greatest gift returned to God - my mother
O,Lord I put her in thy hands
She had a kindly word for each
and she died beloved by all
She lives with us in memory
and will for evermore
May God grant you eternal rest, dear Mother
She concealed her tears but shared her smiles
God took her home, it was his will,
but in our hearts she liveth still
God bless thee wheresoe'er thou art
in his great universe today
She is resting peacefully with
Jesus in that beautiful home above
Her memory is enshrined in our hearts
Her friendship was an inspiration,
her love a blessing
Resting with those she loved
She served and kept the faith
She walked in beauty
Her friends were her world
She loved people and laughter
She would rather give than receive
God called her from among us
to a home of eternal rest
Always loving: always loved
To know her was to love her
She gave so much and demanded so little
Her children arise up and call her blessed
A mother is a mother still,
the holiest thing alive
Grace was in all her steps,
heaven in her eye,
in every gesture dignity and love
When she had passed, it seemed like
the ceasing of exquisite music
She passed through glory's morning gate
and walked in paradise