Mrs. Palmira Rose Bynum Griffin, 88
Mrs. Palmira Rose Bynum Griffin, age 88 of Gainesville, Georgia, passed away Friday, February 9, 2018 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center surrounded by her family.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30pm on Sunday, February 18, 2018 at Memorial Park North Riverside Chapel. Following the service, the family invites everyone to join them for fellowship. After the time of fellowship, interment will be held at Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive from 1:00-5:00 on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at the funeral home.
Mrs. Griffin was born on March 22, 1929 in New York City to the late Frank and Wilhermina Paim. Mrs. Griffin’s parents had moved to New York City from Portugal. Mrs. Griffin moved to California where she lived until the early 1960’s and then moved to Georgia to live until she passed away. Mrs. Griffin was preceded in death by her husband Coleman Griffin; son John Leroy Bynum; daughter Brenda Lee Moreno.
She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Ana L. Metz and Hans Metz; daughter Linda Campbell; granddaughters Amber Hernandez, Christy Fowler, and Emma Metz; grandson Daniel Hernandez; and 8 great-grandchildren.
The family wishes to thank everyone for all the love and support for we have received for our precious mother. We thank you from the bottom hearts. Online condolences can be made at www.memorialparkfuneralhomes.com. Memorial Park North Riverside Drive, Gainesville, Georgia 30501. 770-297-6200.
What a blessing to have known this precious woman!
To you Ms Anna, the entire Metz Family, friends, neighbors, associates and anyone who knew Mama, I and my wife Connie send our most sincere condolences. Words are hard to come by at a time like this but I am so glad that I had personal contact with Mama for the last few years. Everyone says she was a good, sweet lady. It matters not when she was born or died, its all she did in between that she will be remembered for. I for one won't forget her, her smile, her upbeat personality and her pretty little smile. God bless you all from us here in California........
She was an amazing woman with the warmest heart of anyone I have ever known it was a great honor to know this sweet lady
Such a beautiful lady inside and out. She will be deeply missed by everyone. My prayers go out to you and your families. God Bless...
She was a beautiful blessing to all. Lifting your family up in our prayers. Love, the Appling's.
Ms. Griffin was one of my Meals on Wheels clients for a year or so. She brightened my day so much, always asking about my family and having such a positive outlook even on days she may not have felt great. I started out as a stranger to her but quickly became her friend. She had such a sweet tender heart. I'm so sorry for the family who lost such a matriarch.
I met Ms. Griffin through one of the Hall County agencies serving the elderly. I was a stranger at first, but quickly grew to become a friend. She was just that way; open, unassuming, tender, wise, trusting. She made my day every visit with her caring and admonitions to 'be careful out there.' She would ask about my family and share stories. I know she was loved by her family and will be missed terribly. I'm blessed to have known her such a short time near the end of her long and fulfilling life.
John grady burns
My thoughts and prayers are with you. I will miss Mama Bynum dearly
I loved Palmira! We sang together in the choir at First Methodist Church for several years before I moved to Florida. She was a sweetheart! My condolences to her family.
Beautiful sweet lady who will be greatly missed love you Ana an family, prayers for comfort
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