Ida-Mixon-Obituary

Photo courtesy of H.M. Patterson & Son-Oglethorpe Hill Chapel

Ida F Mixon

Atlanta, Georgia

Dec 23, 1929 – Jan 2, 2018 (Age 88)

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H.M. Patterson & Son-Oglethorpe Hill Chapel Obituary

Arrangements under the direction of H.M. Patterson & Son-Oglethorpe Hill Cha, Atlanta, GA.

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I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your love one Ida.May you find peace and comfort in the God of all comfort.

Meg, Charles, Bill and Jenny, I am so sorry for the loss of your loving mother. I met her at your home in Columbus when I was attending Columbus High School and playing tennis with Charles. We talked about roses, as my mother grew them as well and playing the piano. I told her I played and she filled me in on her musical accomplishments. She was eloquent and worldly and so smart. Your family is in our prayers as you reflect on her beautiful life.

You all have selected the perfect photos to share. I send you my heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathies. May God surround you and comfort you during this time. She was such a gracious true Southern Lady. She will always be remembered.

Wonderful Belle of the South and much loved by many, including my family. She's with Billy and my parents now, and I'm certain they're having a nice reunion...also suspect that Few is already taking "Harp" lessons; she is so talented and creative. Kindest wishes to the Mixon family during this difficult time. Jim and Ginny Manry

To the family and friends I'm so sorry for the loss of your love one, Know that the God of all comfort feel your pain and sorrows.Isaiah 61:1,2 reads: He sent me (Jesus Christ) to bind up the broken hearted and to comfort all who mourn.

My heartfelt condolences go out to your family in this time of loss. Ida Few was a source joy to many, and will always be remembered. She lives on in her legacy.

I want to express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your love one. May the God of all comport be with you and your family during this most difficult time.
- Acts 17: 31




RS

My beloved Aunt Few was one of the kindest and most creative people I've had the pleasure to know. While she was ultra Southern and charming, she was an equally astute businessperson. I aspire to just a smidgen of her humor and grace!

Uncle Billy called her "Ida Sugar" or "My Bride" until the end of his life, and I'll always remember them as a generous grace in my own life.

RIP, Aunt Few..."Jodi"
Allison Tribble (nee Sibbald)

Mom.and Dad at Gibbs Gardens. 2012.