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Josephine Marie Taylor Blanton

Josephine Marie Taylor Blanton

Mar 23, 1924 - Mar 27, 2021

Josephine Marie Taylor Blanton

Mar 23, 1924 - Mar 27, 2021

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Josephine Marie Taylor Blanton, born March 23, 1924, went home to be with our Lord and Savior on March 27, 2021. She was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Cecil W. Blanton, Jr. and her daughter, Bonnie Marie Graeter. She is survived by her children, Barbara Jean Blanton of N. Chesterfield, Robert W. Blanton (Debbie) of Youngsville, NC, and Donna French (Robert) of Midlothian; grandchildren, Kristin Campbell (Aaron), Tyler French, John and David Graeter, Cheri Johnson, and Chad Blanton; great-grandchildren, Colton, Berkley, and Elijah Campbell, Catherine Rebecca Johnson, David Thomas Graeter, and Mary Elizabeth Graeter. She was a member of Beulah United Methodist Church for many years where she taught Sunday School, led the youth choir and youth group, sang in the choir, was church secretary, and active in the United Methodist Women. More recently, she was a member of Bethia United Methodist Church. She was secretary of the Chesterfield Quarterback League for many years. She was an avid bowler and the biggest Dallas Cowboy fan around. Services private.

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3 responses to Josephine Marie Taylor Blanton

  1. So very sorry about Mom, she was a spit fire. Loved her to pieces. She will be missed. But she is a rest and back with Dad. ❤️💕

  2. I have known Jo for many many years and she was a very sweet person but don’t be fooled she could hold her own in any circumstance. I remember her being secretary in the bowling league my Mom bowled in and she was so thoughtful checking on Mom once she had cancer and couldn’t bowl anymore and for that I really appreciated her so much. I remember all the Fridays when we would go to dinner after bowling and how much fun we all had together. I will miss her very much and I still have the little angel she gave me not too long after she starting calling me her angel. I know she will get things straight in Heaven. You’ll be missed you little dynamo.
    Linda Shumaker and family and Verne of course

  3. Teri Condrey says:

    My deepest condolences to Barbara Jean, Donna, Bobby and all the family. This phenomenal Lady was my grandmother’s cousin. I knew cousin Sis my entire life 60+ years. I’m blessed to have had several years of Bowling with her.

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