Nonie A. Cornett

Condolences

  1. Uncle Nonie made a difference in my life. He taught me more about horses that I still use to this very day. He was a very loving and smart man. I am so glad that when I would visit him in the hospital, he would light up when he heard me talking about my horses. That made me feel good to know that I made his last few days on earth a little brighter. Rest in Peace Uncle Nonie.
    Linda Tisdale

  2. Nonie entered into my life at a pivotal time. At times he was a teacher, a mentor, a bit of a father figure when I really needed one, and always a friend. Horses have provided a good life for me and my family. I owe some of that success to the horsemanship that I learned from Nonie. I regret that I lost touch with him in recent years but I will never forget him and will always have fond memories. I send my deepest condolences to the entire family and may we all have a long and full life as Nonie did.

  3. Lillian and family,
    Just to let you know we are thinking about you.
    With thoughts and prayers,
    The Achille Family

  4. I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MY BROTHER TOM JOHNSON AND I WENT TO SCHOOL WITH YOUR CHILDREN. OUR PRAYER IS THAT GOD WILL WRAP HIS ARMS AROUND YOU AND GIVE YOU PEACE.

  5. I am truly so sorry to hear of your lose. Noni was kind person, and great horseman. Sincerly, Becky D’Arcy

  6. Lillian and Family,
    We were so sorry to hear about Nonie. You all have our deepest sympathy. Nonie was a great man and the sweetest person. We are so blessed to have known him and very thankful for the influence he had on Whitney’s life. She still remembers the talks her and Nonie had in the car during those Avon runs. She will never forget his kindness. God bless you all and you are in our prayers.

  7. Mrs. Cornett and family

    We are very sorry to hear of your loss. I have such fond memories of your home in Algoa so many years ago. You and your family will be in our prayers.

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