Noah Scott Talbert of King George, VA went to be with the Lord while surrounded by his loved ones on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. He is the son of Kathryn Ann Beddoo and Joseph Vernon Talbert of King George, VA. He is also survived by his sister, Gabrielle Elizabeth Smallwood of Wyers Cove, VA; maternal grandparents, George Henry Beddoo III, Jane Martin McGill and Valerie Miller Beddoo of Montross, VA and Sarah Davis Jones of King George, VA; paternal grandparents, Jody Scott Talbert of King George, Loretha Mae Talbert of Ft. Meyers, FL; and his great grandmother, Opal Ruth Martin of Montross, VA. Noah was preceded in death by his maternal great grandparents, Reverend Roy Cecil Davis and Melva Fuller Davis of Chatham, VA, George Henry Beddoo II, Kathryn Sanford Beddoo, and Eugene Martin of Montross, VA; paternal great grandparents Fred Vernon Bartram and Anni Bartram of Copperas Cove, TX and Joseph Nathaniel Talbert and Chestine Louise Talbert of Salisbury, NC ; great uncle Eugene Martin II of Winston-Salem, NC; and two blessed siblings.
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Noah knew only his family's love and the Lord's peace while he graced us with his precious little life. He was here for the time the Lord needed him to be here to show us His love and give us a very minuet understanding of what the Father did for us in John 3:16. As his Mommy and Daddy, we have not known such love, strength, peace, and mercy as we have during this time. Three hours old or 30 years old, that’s your baby and not even death can shake that kind of love. To think that when his little eyes opened and the first thing he saw was the face of Jesus, that is a beautiful thing to think about during this heart wrenching time. The day our son was born was the most amazing and most heartbreaking day of our lives. In the weeks that followed, the Lord placed it on our hearts to have our celebration on Easter as that is the day that makes all of this okay and causes death to lose its sting. Easter is the celebration that we were given Jesus Christ, not to condemn but to shepherd the lost and to love us where we are. Jesus conquered the grave and that gives us hope. His resurrection was justification that He has the power to remove sin and spiritual death. We thank the Lord for His only son Jesus, for every day we were blessed to have our only son with us and that He chose us as Noah’s parents. “Some people dream of Angels but we held one in our arms.”
The Wake will be held from 4-5 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at Nomini Baptist Church with a message starting at 5 p.m. and supper to follow. A time will be given for anyone who would like to prepare something special or address the family. Covered dishes and extras are always welcome so long as you leave with a belly and heart full. A Celebration of Life will be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 21, 2019 at the Talbert Home, 16127 Ridge Road, King George, VA. Please notify Kathryn via Facebook or telephone to let the family know how many to expect for each celebration. You may also email her at KBeddoo@umw.edu.
The family asks loved ones attending not to wear black but instead wear their colorful and vibrant Easter attire. It is also asked to be sensitive to the current loss and not bring any children to either celebration. Also note that an offering will be taken as a donation to Mary Washington Hospitals Garden of Angels and their grief support for the parents and families