Edith Jones
June 27, 1929 - April 9, 2012
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Edith Juanita Elrod Jones, 82, of Arcadia, Florida, formerly of Granite Falls, North Carolina and Hudson / Stow, Ohio, was greeted to heaven Monday, April 9, 2012 in Arcadia. Edith was born June 27, 1929 in Granite Falls, North Carolina, to the late Etta and George Elrod. Wife of 64 years to Edgar W. Jones,…

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Sandra (Elrod) Stanley left a message on April 22, 2012:
I am very glad that Paul and I came to Stow to see Edith back 2 years ago. She was always so sweet and I will miss her. She so muched loved her family and I am very happy that she got to spend more time with her son and his family before she left us. Wayne, love you! Sandy
Peggy Elrod Hicks left a message on April 13, 2012:
I was always facinated by the beauty of Edith. The way she looked and the happiness she brought to everyone around her was sometimes contagious. She was the "classy" aunt from Ohio when we were kids. My love and respect goes to her family. Thank you Lord for Heaven where we can all be together again.
Brian Kale left a message on April 13, 2012:
I have absolutely no memory of Edith that doesn't have her smiling and laughing - I an hear it now echoing in my heart. My fondest memories are of her and Maw Maw (Ruth Whisenant) sitting outside on Maw Maw's carport and talking about anything and everything and listening to them both laugh. I remember great hugs from her and that she ALWAYS had time to stop and listen, truly isten to anything I had to say... that is a rare trait. She put others before herself and I believe that she derived her greatest joy from seeing you smile. Her stories and Wayne and her adventures astounded me and make me laugh even to this day. I had forgotten how very much she had and does touch my heart. Truly, she is one of the sweetest souls that I have ever known and I can only begin to imagine that the angels are telling them to keep it down... their laughter and joy is drowning out the singing in heaven. It will be a joy to witness.
Lynn Whisenant Kale left a message on April 13, 2012:
My childhood would never have been complete without the most fun and funny aunt (and uncle) anyone could imagine. From the gifts of pie box dolls, to riding in the Edsel, to the exploding of their car a/c at my wedding, to her ever delightful greeting that will forever echo in my ears, "Hi, Honey," I am most grateful for Edith's life and her love for me and so many others. I will always remember her enthusiasm, her laugh, her admonition to "eat some more!" and most of all her love. Edith enriched and blessed my life and I will always thank the Lord upon every remembrance of her.
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Alice Elrod left a message on April 11, 2012:
I loved Aunt Edith's infectious personality and her laugh. She is laughing all over heaven right now reuniting with her loved ones.
Karen Elrod Martinelli left a message on April 11, 2012:
We have lost a special person.We also know she is watching over us. We Love You and miss You.
Roberson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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