“So sorry to learn of Eddy's death. He was such a cheerful, kind man. Every time I brought roses to his office this year, his face lit up. I shall miss him very, very much.
“Always a competitive coach on the fields and courts...but a great Man off the field...Always remembering the good times we had back on tobacco road with the sports to the sleep overs and making me feel like family everytime...Eddy will be greatly missed..
“Jane I am so sorry for you and your family lose.
“I am sending to tell Jane how sorry I am for the lose of her husband. Jane and I have not seen each other for years and i am so sadden by this news. You will be in my prayers. Linda Liles Brewer
“Jane Dare, we are so very sorry for your loss. I'm sure this past month has been so difficult, and you are in my thoughts and prayers.
“Always had a smile and a nice thing to say. Haven't seen the family in years but I'm saddened by this news and wish you peace.
“We'll always remember Eddy as one of Braxton and Reid's first baseball coaches. No matter how busy he made time for those kids. God bless you, all.
“You loved and lived your dream at what you did the best and passed on a legacy to your children and family they will never forget. Rest in Peace Eddy...
“Bob and family,so sorry to hear of your loss.Mack was asking me how old he was.The first thing I thought of was a picture I have of Eddy,Todd and Donny eating watermellon at Wills. I know the Lord will watch over you and your family
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Eddy LandrethChapel HillEddy Landreth, resident of Chapel Hill NC, formerly from Greensboro, passed away November 7, 2012 at UNC Chapel Hill Hospital. He was the, son of Buck and Barbara Landreth. He left behind his wife, Jane; son, Jordan and; daughter, Madison; mother, Barbara Landreth; sister,...Read More