Thelma-Ball-Obituary

Thelma Ball

Mouth of Wilson, Virginia

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My thoughts and prayers are with Thelma's
family. May God bring peace to all of you.

My Aunt Thelma will surely be missed. The joy and love she gave made her one of a kind. The memories and times we had will not be forgotten. Me and my friend Leon had driven down there to surprise her on her birthday well we got there around 4am yeah she was surprised. She always made you feel welcome no matter what time that was my Aunt Thelma she is one of a kind. From my family to yours are sincere condolences.

Thelma has been many things to me in my life and will be missed dearly. I'm sorry I can't be there. She has left me with many wonderful memories. To many to list. We've laughed and cried together and she's even lifted that eyebrow at me a few times. She's one of a kind and I Love her very much. She gave me some advice once that I try to live by.

"How can we ever get along, if we take what others say to heart in a bad way? Life is too short to live that way."

I WISH I COULD BE THERE WITH YOUS MY THOUGTHS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOUS OH HOW I LOVED MY SISTER AND ALL OF YOUS IV'e forgot you little girls love yous

Maggie,
Thinking of you and your family...

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Thelma Ball, 86, of Mouth of Wilson, passed away May 1, 2013.Thelma was the widow of Elmer H. Ball. Surviving are her 5 daughters; Marsh B. Ives (Dave), of Belton TX, Teresa B. Prater (Bart), of Moneta, VA, Linda B. Davis (Buddy) of Independence, VA, Maggie N. Birch, Roanoke, Barbara M. Musgrove,...

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