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Edith Frances Potter Lawson

February 16, 1926 — June 14, 2008

LAWSON, Edith Frances Potter - Sacred to the memory. Beloved mother, grandmother, and great grandmother passed away peacefully June 14, 2008. Edith was a Christian who loved to sing in the choir at First Baptist Church of Alcoa. She also was a member of the senior choir at Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church. During her eighty two years of life her hands were busy sewing, painting, and crafting. She took excellent care of her family. Her living family consists of her daughter Terry and husband Edward Bodine; granddaughter Laura and her husband Ted Keim of Alpharetta, GA; great grandchildren are Suzanne, Douglas, Samuel, and Colson; Edith’s sister is Marie Burns and husband John Burns; brothers and wives are Ray and Mary Potter, Lynn and Betty Potter; brothers-in-law and wives are Troy and June Lawson, Dr. Bobby and Helen Lawson. Norma Hollingsworth is a close and wonderful friend; many nieces and nephews were also special. Janice Valentine and Marie Burns were so helpful during our days of mother’s illness. Preceded in death by her husband Mayford and son Nickey, Jim and Josie Potter were her parents, brothers were Amos, Cecil, Hugh, and Donald. A graveside service will be held 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, June 17, at Maddox Cemetery in Wears Valley with Ted Keim will lead the service. The family wishes to thank the Palliative Care staff at Blount Memorial Hospital and all others who helped for their excellent care and Kindness.

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