Jobil-Cole-Obituary

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Jobil Lassiter Cole

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

1936 - 2013

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My sister was my idol as a child, and having time to be with her in the 70's proved to be a heart felt childhood time for us that we had never had, Sharon and I will never for the laughter of sister's who didn't have the time as children, she was a magical person for me, and as hard as it is to know that we did connect at times, it will remain a joy to know I will see her on the other side and she is out pain. We will have another journey that will hopefully not be separated but sorrows of...

Jobil was the most elegant and beautiful woman. She exuded a grace and graciousness unmatched. You could tell how she loved people and loved to laugh. Terry and I have so many beautiful memories of our times together with Jobil, and with Jobil and Jack. She is truly one of the most influential people in my life. I am filled with gratitude for having known her, loved her and called her my friend.

Steve joins me in sending our heartfelt sympathy to each of you. We were so very sorry to learn of Jobil's passing. She was a lovely lady, inside and out, always with a ready smile and so willing to help others.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this sad time, Nancy and Steve Agee

A true southern lady, our precious Jobil. Always loving and caring, with a beauty that shinned from inside out. I will always cherish the wonderful times that we shared. You were such a dear friend to my Mom. I know how much she cherished your friendship. She loved you like a sister. Our family will miss you, but always remember how blessed we were to have our in our life. You will always be a part of our family. My prayers go out to your children and grandchildren. May they hold your loving ...

Jobil could light up any room with her gorgeous smile and sweetness.
Truly, Heaven has just received one of the most lovely special angels.
I have many memories of the precious times of trips and vacations
at my home in Florida which will sing footprints in my heart forever.
Love you Jobil, dearest friend ever.
Anne Bell/Raleigh

Wendy, so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I remember her as a very beautiful person inside and out. You and I haven't seen each other in many years, but I have wounderful memories of our friendship. I am going to try to make the service and hope to see you there. Much love to you. Bonnie Rhodes Christian
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Paige and family, so sorry about the loss of your mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time!

My Dearest Friend,
WILL FOREVER MISS YOU!
REST IN PEACE.
Roena Winebarger
Lighthouse Point,Fl.

We will all miss your beautiful smile, your sense of style and grace. We have wonderful memories of our time spent with you and will treasure them always.
Michelle, Gary & Emily Slatkow

Obituaries

Jobil's Obituaries

Jobil Lassiter Cole, 76, of Roanoke, died Saturday, April 27, 2013. Memorial service 2 p.m. Friday, May 10, 2013, at St. John's Episcopal Church. Oakey's Roanoke Chapel and Crematory, 540-982-2100.

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