Edna Bullis Bledsoe

November 19, 1916 - March 26, 2015
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Sparta Cemetery
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Sparta, NC 28675
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Edna Bullis Bledsoe, age 98, of Elkton, MD, and formerly of Sparta, NC, Passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at Singerly Manor Nursing Home in Elkton, MD. She was born November 19, 1916 in North Wilkesboro, NC to the late William A. and Helen (Compton) Bullis. A beautician by trade, she owned and operatedContinue Reading

Cheryl McKeown left a message on April 2, 2015:
I loved listening to your mother's soft Southern drawl!!! She was a real sweetheart, but she's much happier now - no more pain, no more weakness, no more needing to depend on someone else. She's with your dad, with her parents, with siblings, with old friends. We'll all get to see her again someday, walking with Jesus along those streets of gold, as Rev. Hokuf said. He did a wonderful service; your mom would have loved it.
Ed. & Chery Mckeown left a message on March 30, 2015:
Sid & Tommy So sorry about your loss. Your mother was a Great lady. I have known her for many many years. She was a lady who never met a stranger. She would go out of her way to help others. Growing up with Sid & Tommy I always enjoyed going to the house and their would be Edna working in her beauty shop. She always had a kind word for everyone. It was an enjoyment for my wife Cheryl and I to visit her when at Sunbridge she enjoyed Cheryls cookies and cakes. She looked forward to our visits.I'am so glad that we had the friendship of this sweet lady. Cheryl and I will miss her very much. Edna has gone home to God and this sweet lady will be reunited with her husband in the hands of God and some day we will see her again. She loved the lord. Sid & Tommy her memories will always be there. God Bless You Edna we will miss you,
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