Image via WikipediaThe day that my cousin passed away unexpectedly. I was reading a study about the Aaronic priesthood in relation to Jesus Christ our Lord. It brought to my mind the name Aaron the brother of Moses, prophet of Yahweh YHVH. If only his family brought him up the way he should have gone his death wouldn't have been so premature. But, life doesn't seem to work that way. Not many will enter in the Kingdom of God. I received a message from a lady who was told by the LORD that not many will enter in. It's was very sobering. Not many are following the ways of the LORD. It's a warning to get right or get left.
My hope for my mom's sister's family is to prepare. If you happen to read this it's time to prepare to meet the LORD. Judgment Day is coming and we have to put away our differences forever. The LORD says forgive and be forgiven. My aunt Hazel Frances Hall married James George Hopkins. They lived at Cline Hollow long time ago and raise their family of 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls, Mildred, Ethel, Arthur, and Richard. After the kids were grown and married some of them moved to Roanoke, Virginia. There George got a job there with the Board of Education. After George's retirement. He passed away and his body was brought back to Cline Hollow to be buried in the Hopkins family cemetery.
Aaron Blair Hopkins, 29, of Roanoke, Va., passed away unexpectedly on December 16, 2010. He was an electrician's helper.
Surviving are his parents, Tonda and Rick Hopkins of Copper Hill, VA; daughter, Kaylee Hopkins, and son, Adam Hopkins, both of Roanoke, VA; sister, Erikka Hopkins; two grandmothers, Emma Stone Johnson of Charleston and Hazel Hopkins of Roanoke, VA; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins and a host of friends.
Funeral service was held at 3 p.m. Saturday, December 18, 2010 at Oakey's South Chapel, Roanoke, VA, with the Rev. Greg Fleshman officiating. Burial will be in Copper Hill Cemetery at a later date due to the inclement weather.
Fidler and Frame Funeral Home, Belle, WV submitted this obituary.