Condolences for Charlene Layne McCreight

Charles & Lois Layne posted on 1/23/19

Aunt T was a prayer warrior for us throughout our days of ministry - and many other days beside. We are ever grateful for her support & counsel, for they always came from the depth of her faith in Jesus Christ. Along with her devotion to the Lord came a strong connection with education through which she also provided encouragement. She will be missed from our presence for a brief time, but we look forward to the day when our worship of Jesus together will be pure & without reservation. In Christ & With Love, Charles & Lois


April Prillaman posted on 1/22/19

cont. About 10 years ago when I wasn’t working, I was able to join the women’s prayer group on Tuesdays. Charlene and a few other ladies were the fixtures and the leadership for this group. It is a blessing to see how it has grown in fellowship and strength. We have many mighty prayer warriors. My sympathy for all the family and friends because we will already miss Charlene here in this life. I have great joy that Charlene is now in the presence of the Lord! We will remember her guidance ,her kindness and warmth,and sense of humor. We have made a donation to the Roever organization in honor of Charlene, and encourage others to do so to honor this great teacher! Love, Adrienne & Paul Abrahamson, and April and Dan Prillaman.


April Prillaman posted on 1/22/19

Charlene and Jim were always so gracious and welcoming at Fossil Creek Church over all the years- and we have been blessed and inspired by their marriage and walk with Christ. I loved Charlene’s Sunday school lessons, and her teaching manner welcomed everyone to participate in class. Years ago we exchanged names in class to pray for unsaved loved ones, and that step let me see how we are all part of God’s family and lean on each other. She was fantastic in the one woman play of Ruth Bell Graham and so delightful in the Uncle Phil’s Diner shows! Women’s prayer time on T


Kimberly Reed posted on 1/22/19

Charlene was a friend and role model. She was one of the reasons I chose teaching. Her passion, and faith showed through her actions and words. As a student, she encouraged success but didn’t mind teaching the “moral of a lesson” when you needed correction.I appreciated her concern for all students and their success- in and out of the classroom. She was definitely an asset to the Eagle Mt Saginaw ISD- by sharing her passion of teaching and learning. Thank you Mrs McCreight for your unending love for your students- and your Patience with those who preferred talking instead of listening!


Karen Helton posted on 1/21/19

I always loved visiting with Charlene through the years when we attended family events. She was a lot of fun and always had interesting things to share. I will miss her but I’m grateful she is now celebrating with Jesus. Praying for comfort for all the family.


Lollie moore posted on 1/21/19

Charlene was a very special lady. Very sweet and giving. A true Christian and such a positive kind soul.