I am so sorry to hear of your loss. We lived next door to Cleda and Jack in the late 1970's for a couple of years. Cleda was always so pleasant to us and I have thought of her throughout the years. May she rest in heavenly peace.
February 25, 1925 - March 25, 2021
Cleda became our Great Aunt when she married Great Uncle Delbert Palmer. What a kind and loving addition to the family!
It was always a good time visiting with them. They were fun to be around. She spoke often with love of her children and grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by many.
Debbie & Briant Redmond
Growing up, Cleda was my second Mom. I’d get up in the morning and hike across the street to hang out with Cleda, Ev, and Jackie. Cleda was a dear, sweet lady who taught me how to snap beans, shell peas, and I loved spending time with her. Her cinnamon rolls were the best! My prayer for Cleda’s family is that God will help you find comfort in the precious memories that time can never erase.
Jack and Evelyn,
So sorry to see your mother passed away. She was such a nice lady. I will never forget all the Sunday nights she and my mom were on the phone planning the school menus.🙂 Let all those wonderful memories with your mom help you through this difficult time. Rest in peace, Cleda.🙏
Cleda and and her family lived across the street when I was growing up All wonderful people. I have such fond memories. They always had a big garden, and my mother would go over and they would sit inside the garage and snap beans and shell peas. She would always bring things over. A very loving and caring lady, as was her entire family. I always tried to make a point of visiting her when I came home to visit my parents. She always had time for me, and I cherish them. My heart feels so emptied it seems. I will love you always "Cleddie". Perhaps you and my Mother are together again, where there is no pain, no sorrow, and endless peace. Maybe even shelling peas together.