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Edith Pauline (Manis) Dinsmore

May 3, 1947 - May 9, 2022

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Posted by:
Joel Spears

Posted on:
May 15, 2022

Edith was part my childhood growing up in the Lyons Park neighborhood. When I was 5 years old, I gave her a miniature tea set for her wedding anniversary and she still has it to this day. She said it was a treasured piece of her belongings and I have always appreciated her for that, having meant so much to her. My parents and I lived a block away, across the field and on another street, but Edith would always keep an eye on the house and knew when something was wrong if she hadn't seen us for awhile. While we didn't always get to talk face-to-face, I always knew Edith was there, and there was a certain comfort in that neighborhood familiarity. That is one of many reasons she will be missed. I pray that God will continue to Bless Roger and other members of Edith's family, and to comfort them in their grief. Any kindness that exists in the neighborhood just really won't be the same without Edith.

Posted by:
Dora Lynn Dinsmore Garrison

Posted on:
May 14, 2022

Roger, so very sorry to read of the passing of Edith. She was a sweet and kind person. I have not seen you all since the funeral for BC. You are in my prayers. Your cousin Dora Lynn I am Eugene's daughter.

Posted by:
Lisa

Posted on:
May 13, 2022

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. If you need anything let Jim Hagood and family know!

Posted by:
Carolyn Lawson Curtis

Posted on:
May 13, 2022

To Roger and the family of Edith. You lost a precious family member. She was also a great friend. Just rember she is now rejoicing in heaven with her precious Savior and her family. You are all in my prayers. God is in control.

Posted by:
Kathy (Bowlin) Cook

Posted on:
May 12, 2022

Words cannot express the sorrow for all of the family of this special lady. Roger was the Pastor of Midway Freewill Baptist Church when I was a child. They were there when I was saved, and Baptized. They treated all the children and young people of our church like family. Roger performed my husband's and my marriage ceremony. Over the years they've seen me and my family through loss and pain, though they had moved on to other churches. You both will always have a special place in my heart! Thank you for your love and I look forward to seeing you again. God's speed my friend.

Posted by:
Gladys Persinger Owens

Posted on:
May 11, 2022

Roger and family, I am sorry for your loss. My mother, Mary Kate Housewright Persinger Barbour, thought a lot of Edith. May God comfort and bless you all.