Wylma Lusk Aldridge

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WYLMA LUSK ALDRIDGE LEICESTER – Wylma Lusk Aldridge, 67, of 22 Short Sluder Branch Rd., died Sunday, October 3, 2010, at her home. A native of Buncombe Co., Mrs. Aldridge was a daughter of the late Henry Grady and Geneva Webb Lusk. She was also predeceased by brothers Carl and Clyde Lusk. She is survived by her husband, Joe Aldridge, of Leicester; daughter Paula Fann and her husband, Kenneth, of Weaverville; a son, Terry Stines and his wife, Jill, of Huntsville, AL; stepdaughter, Julie Davis, of Waynesville; stepsons, Joey Aldridge, of Atlanta, and Johnny Aldridge and his wife, Sheila, of Canton; a brother, Morris Lusk and his wife, Wilma, of Leicester; and eight grandchildren. A funeral service for Mrs. Aldridge will be at 11:00 a.m. Thursday in the Patton Avenue chapel of Groce Funeral Home, with the Rev. Dustin Drew James officiating. Private burial will be at Bell United Methodist Church Cemetery. Her family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, Mid Atlantic Affiliate, PO Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA, 23058.

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  1. I am going to miss you. You were the best mother-in-law a girl could ask for. Your laughter was contagious, your sweet spirit beamed in everything that you did. You were very loved. I enjoyed every moment we spent together, like our shopping ventures, painting lessons to late night pedicures. I only wish Shelby could of had some of those special times with you as well. Shelby loved her Nanna, she will miss catching ‘flutterbys’ with her. You will live in our hearts forever. We love you Nanna and miss your sweet voice.

  2. I can not believe that you are gone. I will never forget your kindness and thoughtfulness. You were always ready to help others although you were busy yourself. You made your corner of the world a better place.

  3. Wylma was a very dear friend.I will never forget all the good times that her,Joe and I have shared together. I love them both very much and I will miss her beautiful smile and the warm friendship we shared.

  4. Wylma was one of my best friends many years ago when we both worked at Enka, she will always be in my heart & we will meet again some day. Ann Williams

  5. Wylma and I went to school together, were cheerleaders,shared lots. We lost touch for a while but then it was like we hadn’t been apart. Our trip to Hilton Head will always be a special memory. My prayers are with the family as she will be truely missed. I also enjoyed being neighbors.

  6. I remember a great friend through all our school years at Leicester and seeing you again at class reunions. You will be missed, thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  7. All the trips to the pool,ball games, bowling,going to the beach, I always enjoyed being at your house. Wilma was a sweet lady and will be surely missed.

  8. All the trips to the pool,ball games, bowling,going to the beach, I always enjoyed being at your house. Wilma was a sweet lady and will be surely missed.

  9. Terry I’m deeply sorry for your loss but the the wonderful and loving memories of a life filled with love will be with forever…
    As time heals I trust that the loving memories will overcome all grief rapidly…

  10. Dear Paula and family,

    We are so sorry for your loss and know that you will miss your mother very much. We are praying for God’s peace and comfort to be felt by you all during this very difficult time.

    Ray, Suzanne, Aaron, Meredith, and Andrew

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