Martha Bostwick Meadows

Tampa, Florida

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You may be my "in law" but for me you were Mom. You helped me learn to do more than I thought I could. You took me places I'd never been and watched Judd and I grow up as young young marrieds. I have memories than I can count. We had fun visits here in my home and glad you liked it and am so glad your touches are here. I miss our weekly talks, and also your listening ear. I appreciated your class and beauty. You made me feel loved. We truly did grow to not only be a Mom...

Martha was a wonderful grandmother to my daughters. I so appreciate the love she offered to my dad and to her new Meadows family. She also taught me a lot about opening a small business and was a mentor to me in this way. Dad, Beth and Jud, you are in my daily prayers! She will be missed.

Martha and Judson welcomed me when I joined the DeVetter family. I'll always appreciate their kindness to me and my family. We, my husband Jon, son Sean and daughter Kristen made many happy memories in our visits to Martha and Judson. She was a great lady and the world is a little dimmer without her in it. God speed, Martha. Much to love to her family, Alexa DeVetter

Both of my children were enrolled in Palma Ceia Academy starting in 1979. She was so gentle, such a kind lady and had a terrific way with her children. She will be missed.

Martha was a good friend and very good to my family. We all loved her dearly and she will be grately missed by us. She and her family have been in our hearts and prayers.I feel so blessed that she was in my life and was a dear friend. She has certainly earned her place in heaven for all she did here on earth.


Martha's Obituary

Martha Bostwick Meadows, founder of Palma Ceia Academy, died Dec. 29, 2012, in Tampa. She was 81.

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