You can now begin to send in your payments for the 2019 Family Reunion in Dallas, Tx. Installment Payments are also accepted for the reunion as low as $20. Registration Form is available click to downloadDownload Registration Form Here
Hello family!! In exactly 3 weeks to the day, we will be gracing the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex with our FAMILY REUNION!! I like the way that sounds!!! There's still time to get your fees paid for those who haven't! From this day forward, cash or money order made out to Cedric Bowman, cash app or pay pal will be the way to pay. The Family Account has been CLOSED. Can't wait to fellowship with you all!!! It's party time!!
Hello Family!! I hope all is well! sorry the long message but we no further ado..... The time has come for us to gather and fellowship as one! The Thomas, Perkins, Williams, Bowman, TPWB Family Reunion, was an idea by Papa Charlie with the first in Sacramento and has evolved into a tradition that solidifies the fact that "Together We're Better"! On behalf of the Dallas Chapter, we present to you, The 24th TPWB Family Reunion to be held in Arlington, Tx, June 20-24, 2019!! We will start with: Hospitality Night Thursday 20th We will host a family fish fry, by Norborn and Melba Mitchell, highlighted by a history of this great tradition we know as The TPWB family reunion. Friday June 21st: We will start with our picnic, at 10am at which we ask all to wear your reunion T-shirt. Afterwards, we have a list of activities, which will be relisted by weeks end, for you to enjoy with family members. A whole day to get a chance to see what our city has to offer you, our distinguished guest! Group rates will be provided! Saturday June 22nd: We will start our day early with a tour of the African American Museum, Hosted by Carl and Vita Thorn, leaving the hotel at 9am sharp with a tour of downtown Dallas and some landmarks of the city as well. There will be a $10 donation per adult required for the museum. To make it fun and apart of our history we're asking all to wear your favorite, or the oldest reunion T shirt you have so that we can publicly display our lineage over the years. Let's see who will have the oldest shirt!! Later that evening we will reconvene with a party to remember!! Boots, Blazers, and Bangles is the theme! Western ware if you can, but a party on the mind is required!!! We will delight you with a traditional Bar B que dinner, with all the fixings, by Cedric Bowman! Let's party y'all!!! and head down the Old Town Road!! Sunday June 23rd: We will be taking a tour of the infamous South Fork Ranch, leaving the hotel at 1130 AM to insure our tour time for 130 PM. Once again, if you can, wear another reunion T shirt from years past! As the reunion concludes We (The Dallas Chapter) want to thank you all for your continued support. We all must remember what the purpose of this tradition started as and has continued to represent, the unity of the family, from generation to generation!! We thank our ancestors who had the vision to start an event that would be carried on by generations to come!! It is the the power of God all mighty working thru us all, that makes this tradition all the better!! Together, We're Better!!! We love you all and we look forward to hosting the 24th TPWB family REUNION! Any questions, or comments, feel free to contact myself (Anthony Bowman) at anytime or any of the Dallas members!! Spread the word to all of your closest family and friend's to insure that everyone attending will be duly informed on the great time we're about to have!! Have an awesome day!!
*****Attention family ***** yesterday we had 2 family members to pass away. Melba Father Johnny Johnson and Mildred Fuller Papa Charlie neice at 98 years young. Please keep their family and loves one in your prayers or reach out to anyone if you know them.
The Family of Thelma Williams Hall-McDaniel would like to extend eternal
gratitude to all who called, emailed, sent a text, came in person, or sent
a prayer in support of us.
We sincerely thank you.
Keep her family lifted up in prayer.
Love to all.....Thelma Williams Hall-McDainel's children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchild
Friday, November 24, 2017
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Morgan Jones Funeral Home
Sacramento, CA 95817
Saturday, November 25, 2017
Christ Temple MBC
3030 26th Avenue
Immediately following funeral service
Odd Fellows Lawn Cemetery
2720 Riverside Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95818
Immediately following Interment
St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church- Social Hall
3996 14th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95820
Mom (Themla Hall-McDaniel) will be wearing purple and silver
Silbings will ride in the limo, which will leave from Aunt Margaret House at 10:15am.
Its with sad news that we informed the TPWB Family of the passing of our
Dear Thelma McDaniel. She will be missed tremendously. She was a
loving Sister, Mother, Grand-Mother and Aunt to everyone around her.
To the childern you have the love, support and prayers of all members of the TPWB Family
Good morning, (please forward this email to those children or grandchildren
that are not listed)
Granny’s Dementia/Cancer has progressed to the point that her… Doctor is placing her into hospice care. This request, is a direct result of mom being admitted to the hospital, but she will be released today. Here’s a brief history of mom’s condition, in 2016 mom was diagnosed with Dementia and since this August… breast cancer too. Mom has lost 20+ pounds, since August and the Dementia has progressed to the point that mom has no desire to eat or drink fluids. However, on occasions she will nibble (on a little bit of food) and/or sip (on a little bit of water/juice/coffee/smoothie or etc.). The Breast Cancer is in her right breast/lymphoid and the surgeon wanted to remove it, but mom’s children opted out of surgery (because of her age and condition).
We (the children) accepted an alternative approach called-- Hormone Therapy medicine. Some started to questioned the medicine and mom’s lack of appetite, so at the family’s request the doctors reduced mom’s medicine to see if it was causing the lack of appetite, but it wasn’t the medicine. The doctors found that the Dementia (was moving fasting than expected) and mom’s inability to swallow correctly was at fault. We just found the inability to swallow correctly, after the Speech Therapist performed a swallow test on mom. Right now, mom is being made comfortable and I would advise everyone that can and want to… to see her. Hospice will be set up in mom house, so contact uncle Demetrus (he email is listed above or call him).
If this is new news to you or just additional news, I’m sorry if we haven’t kept you all in the loop, but charge that to time not our hearts.
Love auntie Jackie
Son of Pamela Bowman Coleman Graduated from Basic Training on Ocatober 19, 2017 in Georgia. Congratulations from the TPWB Family!!
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