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Edward French Blevins
Date of Death: May 22, 2012
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Edward F. Blevins Edward French Blevins, 57, of Bluemont, Virginia, died Tuesday, May 22, 2012, in Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Blevins was born in 1954 in Washington, DC the son of William C. Blevins and Joy Miller. In Ed’s younger years he was employed in construction work and then worked as a courier. He was …
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Lynn Frank Glover; & Charlie Patton left a message on May 24, 2012:
In honor of Edward French Blevins, Lynn Frank Glover; & Charlie Patton lit a candle.
Lynn Frank Glover; & Charlie Patton left a message on May 24, 2012:
We met Ed at the flea market and immediately became friends. He would set up with us and just chew the fat on those hot summer days. We were happy to have him come over and eat and he, in turn, would take care of our animals when we went out of town. Charlie doesn't have a computer, but they were "buds" too. Ed was dependable and had a big heart. We will miss him terribly, but know that he is now in the arms of Jesus and will not be in pain any longer. R.I.P. Mr. Ed Lynn, Frank and Charlie
Karen Shimada left a message on May 25, 2012:
In honor of Edward French Blevins, Karen Shimada lit a candle.
Karen Shimada left a message on May 25, 2012:
My heart is with my step-father, Bill, my Mom, Lois, and all of Ed's family and friends. I know Ed felt the love of his family, and appreciated the care and concern from Bill & Winona and Jeff, and other neighbors and friends who were close-by and keeping a watch over him. May he be free of the pain and suffering he endured at the end of his life and be at peace.
Lynn Glover left a message on May 31, 2012:
Ed's brother and wife held a "celebration of life" for Ed at their home last night and it was light and full of LOVE. There were pictures of Ed as he grew up and at college and then, in his waning months as he suffered so with Diabetes. I am so thankful for that time, but am remembering even more how he always smiled and yes, charmed us women with... well,.. what women need to hear... i.e., "your hair looks pretty; I need a hug; you're cooking breakfast for me?" Simple things that mean soooo much in life. Now he wasn't a Saint (is anybody?) I recall him bringing like 3 or 4 pounds of ground beef to our barbecue and I said "How much do we owe you?" He grinned and said "Nothin', I forgot it was on the bottom of the shopping cart. (wink)". THAT WAS OUR ED!!!!
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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