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Blair Douglas Edmonds

Indianapolis, Indiana

Nov 29, 1988 – Feb 4, 2018 (Age 29)


November 29, 1988
February 4, 2018
Indianapolis, Indiana


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Snowden Funeral Home P.A. - Rockville Obituary

Blair Douglas Edmonds, 29, of Clinton, Maryland died February 4, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana as the result of injuries sustained while working for Uber, in a motor vehicle accident caused by a drunk driver. He was born November 29, 1988 in Hartford, Connecticut the son of Suzanne Edmonds Grinage and Leo Best, Jr. He attended Prince George's County Schools and graduated from Croom Vocational High School in 2008. After graduation Blair worked for several years at Staples, UPS and Uber. He returned to driving for Uber and worked various part time jobs while staying in Indiana with his father. Blair very recently had obtained a new job at FedEx. Blair was a gifted artist described throughout his school years by teachers as having "genius level abilities". He took his love of art and transposed it into graphic art design. Blair joined his family in volunteering his time for the American Warriors, which paid tribute to World War II veterans. Blair was a lover of the game of basketball, an avid video gamer, and a recent convert to Karaoke. He is survived by his parents Suzanne Edmonds Grinage and Leo Best, Jr.; his sisters Asia, Kayla and Lydia; his brothers Leo and Eric; his grandparents, Diane Minor, Leo and Bobbi Best; his aunts Jeremy Edmonds and her wife Grace, Andrea Landes, Darlene Best, Debbie Best Whittington and her husband Jerome, and his uncle Travis Best. Blair is also survived by a host of cousins, great aunts and uncles and two step-brothers. He is survived by his childhood friend, James Perry. Blair was predeceased by his grandfather, Norman Edmonds and his uncle, Darryl Best, Sr. The family asks that you consider donations to M.A.D.D. (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) in memory of Blair.

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My baby boy Blair was an outstanding young man I have ever known and the world lost a most honorable person to early, I am soooooo sorry for your lost.
Deborah Sam coworker.

I love you forever & ever. I think about you every single day. Even though your gone i still feel as though this is a bad dream. Everytime i think about you & your passing i get a sick feeling in my stomach. No one understands this pain i have as ur little sister. Even though you are older than me i still felt like i needed to always protect you bc ik how kind you are & how not kind everyone else is. Your the only sibling i have that i spent my entire life with & I enjoyed...

Sending my condolences to everyone who's lives were touched by this young man. Although we never met one another, my daughter is related to him, they are cousins. Sending my thoughts and prayers to the family.

Tracy, my sincere condolences to the family. I only knew Blair for a short time and with every interaction he was sweet and kind. I pray God will lift your spirit and give you faith-filled hope to endure during this difficult time.

Blair is a genuine soul. I met him some years ago when he was a teenager. His dad and I dated and my daughter, Ashley, is the same age as Blair. They hit it off instantly. They loved to play video games together. Blair stole my heart with his goodness and his big beautiful smile. His dad and I may not have had a date on some nights, but my daughter and I had many dates with Blair. He would beg his father to come to our house. He was such a joy! His favorite words back then were, Oh...

I Worked with Blair for years at UPS. He was a good young kid that worked hard. His life was cut way too short . Best wishes to his family during this difficult time .
RIP Blair - The Alexandria Local Sort Team

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Gone too soon, We loved you Blair,but God loved you best!!!! Praying for his mom and Our Best family!!!! May his love & memories give you peace. Love Laura, Jata and Christopher ❤

Suzanne; Although we have already spoken. I wanted let you know everywhere you the support will always be there. My sincerest condolences.