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A Blondell Ware

May 15, 1932 - April 2, 2019

Burial Date April 4, 2019

Funeral Home Rose-Neath Homer

Cemetery Wares Chapel Cemetery

Obituary Viewed 1630 times

Posted by:
Tony Hardaway

Posted on:
April 8, 2019

What a man . Men like Blondell are few and far in between. Life really flies by. Seems like only yesterday when we all use to gather together at Antioch hunting club. Or Blondell and his horse Jack. Memories couldn't make it without them. And mrs Emily they don't make them like you anymore. Love you and hope to see you soon .

Posted by:
Tony Hardaway

Posted on:
April 8, 2019

What a man . Men like Blondell are few and far in between. Life really flies by. Seems like only yesterday when we all use to gather together at Antioch hunting club. Or Blondell and his horse Jack. Memories couldn't make it without them. And mrs Emily they don't make them like you anymore. Love you and hope to see you soon .

Posted by:
Karen Crumpler Dobbins

Posted on:
April 3, 2019

Lisa and family, My thoughts and prays are with you during this difficult time. Praying the loving memories of your dad bring you peace, comfort and strength in the days ahead.

Posted by:
Larry Sellers

Posted on:
April 3, 2019

God bless all of you with His comfort and peace as you good through this season of mourning.

Posted by:
Brenda Anglin

Posted on:
April 3, 2019

Prayers of comfort and strength to all of his family and friends! In Jesus Name, Amen

Posted by:
Betty Lee

Posted on:
April 2, 2019

It is so hard to put words together to describe how great of a Uncle you were to me.I never visited that you didn’t tell me you loved me and hugged my neck.I want to believe that we both got through Daddy being gone together the best we could.You and Aunt Emily listened to me cry while missing Daddy.I know how hard it was for you when Daddy passed away.I won’t ever forget all the years of deer hunting with all the family.I can’t thank y’all enough for all the times Larry run the dogs for Daddy.He loved every second of it.You and Daddy were so close.I learned from the best how to get through every tough situation.You and Daddy taught me well.I will miss you so much.I will get through the days ahead knowing you are at peace in heaven. I love you ?? {BIG HUGS}

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