A Shining Tradition at Greenville FMBDec 15th, 2011 | By Staff | Category: Community News
By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
As it has done every year for the last several years, the Greeneville branch of Farmers and Merchants Bank continues its longtime tradition of hosting the Big Bend Hospice Remembrance Tree.
Ever year, from right after Thanksgiving until New Year’s, the Tree of Remembrance stands in the bank’s lobby as a reminder to all who see it to cherish loved ones who are still with us and remember those we have lost.
People who want to pay tribute to those they have lost as well as those who are still fighting the good fight have adorned the tree with the names of those loved ones among the other beautiful ornaments.
A shining tradition, the Remembrance Tree stands there every year for those who want to pay tribute to someone they love, in the season of hope and light.