Obituaries


Eugenie (Genie) Whiddon

May 18, 1923 - May 16, 2020

Burial Date May 19, 2020

Posted by:
Jennifer Dewberry Wydler

Posted on:
May 19, 2020

Richard, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. She was a very special lady! I remember her with you when we met in 2nd grade at Elcan King. She was always involved with you and your sister Barbara's activities - school, band, girl scouts, swim team! I pray for your comfort and peace and I'm sending you lots of virtual hugs!

Posted by:
Diane Hendley Tyler

Posted on:
May 19, 2020

Robin, I’m so sorry for the loss of your mom. It’s been a lot of years since I’ve seen you but I’ll always remember you. Prayers to you and your family. Diane Hendley Tyler

Posted by:
Frances Willis

Posted on:
May 19, 2020

Your mother was one-of-a-kind and so full of interesting knowledge. She was forward-thinking and loved doing for others. Please know I am thinking of each one of you and rejoicing in your mother’s life and legacy. She will be so missed. You have my deepest and sincerest sympathy. Love and a hug to all of you.

Posted by:
Stanley williams

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

Sorry to here of your lost. Ms Whiddon and my mother myrtle were operators for years and close friends. Anywhere she saw me out and about she welcome me with a hug.

Posted by:
Terry Karnes

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

It is with great sadness to learn of the passing of Genie. She was a kind friend of our family and will be missed greatly.

Posted by:
Buz and Susan Livingston

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

Genie was a wonderful neighbor. She let her backyard go natural which was radical at the time but we followed her lead and don't have grass in our yard. I know losing her is hard on the family but be grateful you had her as long as you did; it's a blessing. With our sympathy, Buz and Susan

Posted by:
Marie Hendrie

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

What an amazing life Genie lived. I shall always remember her caring friendship during the years that my husband and I lived in Bainbridge. We shared in The Council Of Catholic Women, Canasta Games,Water Aerobics,and Two memorable Cruises. Her love of God ,family , friends, and Community was truly inspiring. I truly miss her.

Posted by:
Ann Roland

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

If I had to choose a person that impressed me in my young adult life it would be Genie. She taught me so many life lessons and never talked down to me although she was the same age as my mother, I counted her as a friend. I missed her life lessons when I moved to Texas. She was “one of a kind” and I admired and loved her. RIP The world will miss you.

Posted by:
John and Kathryn Hart

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

We are blessed to have you and your family in our lives. We will miss you! God bless.

Posted by:
Suzi Bonifay

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

Please know that you, Val, and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Your mom was one amazing lady. I hope she shared the spaghetti sauce recipe with you for the Church fund raiser. It was a closely guarded secret I know. ??

Posted by:
Penny C Wilson

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

To my childhood friends, I am saddened to hear of your loss.

Posted by:
Lisa Gray

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by:
Bonnie (Layton) Collier

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

Robin and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Posted by:
Julie Marie Guzman

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

I absolutely loved Ms Genie. She taught me so much about being strong and chin up buttercup. She instructed me in water aerobics class but, was such a sweet soul. When I first met her I was scared of her because she was so intense at instructing but, oh, oh the more I got to know her, the struggles she over came, the strong will to do things, I grew so close to her. I love you girl and will truly miss you. ?

Posted by:
Gary Sullivan

Posted on:
May 18, 2020

Prayers to all the family. Such as good woman.