Wrenlee Michelle Summerville was taken far too soon, but she was such an amazing blessing the 4 1/2 months we got to love on her. She was pure sweetness and had the biggest smile when you talked to her! She loved her Mom and their late night giggles will be a lasting memory. She couldn't get enough of her Dad as she would follow him with her big blue eyes until he finally picked her up. She was definitely her Daddy's girl and her Mommy's world. She adored her older brothers and enjoyed watching them play. I'm almost positive if she could have walked, she would have been right by their sides.
She was her Lolli's world and always had a lot to say in her baby language to her Lolli. Her Pops gave her Sprite for the first time, and she had a shock of surprise flood her face. Big Daddy held her close as they watched tv. Gammy loved having baby talk sessions with our sweet girl. She drove her TorTor crazy with her car rides and many spit ups, but that's just how she showed her love. She was along for the ride with her Jess and Emmy, wherever they went. She gave her Meme the biggest hugs and loved to feel her PawPaw's beard. She was surrounded by many aunts, uncles, and cousins who couldn't get enough of her!
She was such a joy to be around and it was never too hard to get the sweetest little giggles out of her, because she was such a happy baby. She was so smart and would just take in everything. Wrenlee only knew love from anyone that got the chance to love on her. Although she was so little she held a big place in all of our lives!! Wrenlee enjoyed giving hugs and kisses. She enjoyed the ball park and was considered the team baby. She was always moving and turning over faster than you could lay her down. Wrenlee girl, our precious, sweet, beautiful, amazing baby, oh how you made such an impact on our lives and you will forever be missed.
We love you!! Forever in our hearts! Our hearts are broken, but we rest assured knowing that our Savior Jesus Christ has you safely bundled up in His arms!! And to think the first thing you saw when you opened your tiny little eyes was the face of Jesus.
Wrenlee is preceded in death by Jacquelyne Rakestraw, Addilynn Ray and Millie Atcheson. In addition to her parents, Adalyn Atcheson and Nickolas Summerville of Marietta, Georgia, she is survived by her two brothers, Tyson Summerville and William Atcheson; grandparents, Amy "Gammy" and John "Big Daddy" Atcheson; Michelle "Lolli" and Nolan "Pops" Boatright, Chad Summerville; great-grandparents, Judy "Mimi" and Bill "Pa" Atcheson, Christy "Meme" and Tim "Paw Paw" Ray, Jenny "Mamaw" and Eddie "Papa" Keown, Betty Anne Boatright; aunts, Tor Tor, Auntie Em, Aunt Jess.
The family will receive friends at Happy Valley Baptist Church on Monday, August 21, 2023, from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. A funeral service will follow at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Eddie Wyatt officiating.
Clark Funeral Home is honored to care for the Atcheson and Summerville families during this difficult time.