Christy Marie Hardy, age 44 of Pinebluff died Friday, February 15, 2019.

A memorial service will be held Saturday at Emmanuel Baptist Church conducted by Pastor Eugene Ussery.

Visitation will be at Powell Funeral Home on Friday from 6:00 – 8:00 PM and other times at the home.

A complete obituary will be posted when available.

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  1. Heaven has gained one of the sweetiest angels. Just know sis-  we will always love you and cherish you. Nothing eases the pain knowing you’re gone but you will forever be missed. Rest in peace my sweet sister.

  2. Christy you were taken too soon! Fly with the Eagles! Visit us in our dreams and look after all of us that Love you! Send us signs that you are with us! I miss you! Love,

  3. Fly with the Eagles my Sister! Look after those of us that are missing you and come to our dreams to let us know you are still with us!

  4. May God bless those of us left behind but we will celebrate you new home.- – 
    My prayers for our family-  and friends. Rest High Sweet Christy- 

  5. Such a beautiful smile in her picture. She just sparkled. I will miss that smile and her laugh.-  Christy was an original. My heart goes out to the family, particularly her grandbabies who loved their Ya Ya.- 

  6. I’m sorry for your loss, pain and suffering. Whenever we lose a loved one in death we feel a sting and a void in our hearts, as if someone ripped part of our heart out. The pain seems like it will never go away. It will with time, or it will at least ease

  7. I was sadden to hear about Christy…It has been a long time but I do remember elementary and middle school with the Hardy family..Sherry and Adam…soo I pray the Lord give you strength through this time…be blessed

  8. Christy, I know God has you now and I send this rose to you because you loved them so much… I do hope your wishes for your ashes are honored…love you for eternity and will see you again- one day

  9. I wish to express my deepest condolences over your loss. I know how painful it was for me when my parents died, but the promises contained in the Bible gave me hope and comfort. 1 Corinthains 15:26 tells us that God hates death; he views it as an enemy. H

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