October 20, 1916 ~ December 30, 2011
Blanche Alice Ball, 95, went to be with God, our creator, at 9:50 p.m. Friday, December 30, 2011.
Mrs. Ball was born in Madison County and was a daughter of the late John and Mary Deaver Blazer, and was also preceded in death by her husband, Cleatus Ball, and a grandson, Norman Ball. She was a member of Sunrise Baptist Church.
Mrs. Ball is survived by two daughters, Audrey Carson of Parker, AZ, and Carolyn Stodghill of Candler; three grandchildren, Shirley Stodghill, Deneise Mitchell and Rick Carson; seven great-grandchildren, Jason Biggs, Desiree Biggs, Nicholas Loefler, Heather Loefler, Jessica Biggs, Sean Toomey and Emily Carson; and six great-great-grandchildren, Sierra Chambers, Elena Vecchio, Travion Chambers, Dade Biggs, Klhoe Vecchio, and Lyric Biggs.
Funeral services will be at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday at Sunrise Baptist Church with the Rev. Dean Clontz officiating. Burial will follow at Edgewood Baptist Church Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the church two hours prior to the service.
Just wanted to let you know mom thought alot of Mrs. Ball. We all enjoyed the times we were together. Praying that you all find strength and peace during this time.
I WILL MISS YOU. YOU HELPED MY MOM ALOT. NOW I DON’T HAVE AN AUNT TO CALL. I LOVE YOU VERY
MUCH. LOVE MARY LEE
Aunt Blanche will be greatly missed by all of us. What a sweet Christian lady and a wonderful example for us all.
Love you dearly Aunt Blanche,
David and Linda Allman Crawford and
Blanche was always a sweet wonderful person. Our mother loved her greatly. She was always concered about everyone else. Heaven gained another angel! the children of Pauline Jones
may god bless all of the family thank you blanche for helping my mom so much we love you & will miss you love jim & eileen
MOTHER, EMILY & I THREW SOME RED ROSE PETALS DOWN THE RIVER TODAY FOR YOU. YOU LOVED RED ROSES. SOME HOW THEY WILL REACH YOU. I WILL ALWAYS MISS YOU.
WITH ALL OUR LOVE.
EARL,AUDREY & GREAT GRANDAUTHER EMILY
TO MY GRANDMA. I’M GOING TO MISS YOU SO MUCH. I HAVE NEVER MET ANYONE AS KIND AND SWEET AS SHE WAS. I REMEMBER SITTING DOWN WITH MY GRANDMA LEARNING HOW TO SPELL GRANDMA. SHE TAUGHT ME A LOT IN THIS WORLD. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU & NEVER FORGET YOU.
LOVE YOUR GRANDSON RICK