Imogene Bledsoe

September 17, 1916 - February 2, 2004

Mrs. Imogene (Williams) Bledsoe, age 87, of Celina, Texas passed away February 2, 2004 in McKinney, Texas. She was born September 17, 1916 to Sam and Dacre (Riley) Williams. Mrs. Bledsoe married Reverend John Taylor Bledsoe on November 2, 1935 in Gunter, Texas. She was a homemaker and a member of Bethel Baptist Church in Celina. Mrs. Bledsoe is survived by one son, Johnny Bledsoe and wife Sally of Waco, Texas; two daughters, Patsy Logan and husband Lynn of McKinney, Texas and Lynda Hollandsworth and husband Johnny also of McKinney; six grandchildren; Rick Logan and wife Susie of Thousand Oaks, CA., Tim Hollandsworth and wife Lacey of McKinney, Tx, Stacey Loyless and husband Paul of Birmingham, AL., Casey Rutherford and husband Justin of Frisco, TX., Taylor Bledsoe and Ginny Bledsoe of Waco, TX.; four great grandchildren, Emily and Clara Logan of Thousand Oaks, CA, Bryant and Drake Hollandsworth of McKinney, Tx. She is preceded in death by husband, parents, 2 brothers, and 2 sisters. Funeral services will be at Thursday, February 5, 2004 at 1:00 P.M. at Bethel Baptist Church, Celina, Texas, with Reverend Cliff Lester and Reverend Ron Hathcoat officiating. Interment will follow at Pecan Grove Cemetery in McKinney, Texas. Visitation will be Wednesday from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at Bethel Baptist Church in Celina, TX. Memorials may be made to Bethel Baptist Church, Celina, Texas.

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Your mother was such a gracious and gentle lady with a quick smile. Please accept my condolences. Beverly Barrett Green, February 8, 2004 I did not know about this till Vickie Lewis told me yesterday (Friday) I am so sorry I missed it. Imo was my first boss. . I worked for her when she ran the little store across from the high school . . such a hoot. I loved her then and love her now, even in her passing. She was an inspiration to me and I know what kind of Christian lady she was. Praise the Lord for examples of Proverbs 31. I hope she and my dad are having a grand time now in heaven. Be blessed with all the wonderful memories of her, as I am with my dad. Love to you all. . Barbara Barbara E. Barrett/Boland, February 7, 2004 Patsy, Lynda and Dewayne, we've been friends for over 50 years and throughout those years, we've laughed together and certainly shared a lot of joys! Imo was always such a constant in my life. I thank her and all of you for those warm and wonderful memories that I have when we all were growing up at Bethel. What a reunion must be going on now in heaven. I love you all! Ann Yates Burton, February 6, 2004 Preach and Imo together again in the presence of the Lord they served! She will be greatly missed, but fondly remembered by all who knew her and loved her. May God surround you with peace and the good times you shared in your time of sorrow. Teresa Annette Rutherford, February 6, 2004 Lynda, Patsy & Dewayne, We were so sorry to hear about Imo; but know she had a long and wonderful life. We'll never forget all the wonderful times our families shared - and especially Imo's chocolate pies. We love you all. Tricia, Peggy & Charles Patricia and Peggy, February 5, 2004 Imo was a very special woman. No matter what was going on she always was there for you. She will be greatly missed but I know that her and Brother Bledsoe are happy together once more. Nancy E Walker, February 5, 2004 Patsy & Lynda, we just found out about Imo today. Please know that your sorrow is in our hearts. We pray the Lord will keep His hand on you and your families through this sad time. What a beautiful, warm and lovely person she was. We know the angels are rejoicing in heaven to have Imo home. We are grateful for her friendship.We will miss her. We know she is standing at the gate of heaven saying, "see you at the house!" In His Love. Delbert & Patti Cozart Delbert & Patti Cozart, February 4, 2004 I am so glad that I had the opportunity to know your mother. She was such a joy. I smile every time I think of her. I will miss this sweet beautiful lady. She was a gift from God. My prayers are with you and your families during this time of great sadness. JoAlice A Merrit-McCue, February 4, 2004 I am honored to have known Imo all of my 24 years. She was the sweetest lady you could ever meet. I know she is at Preach's side right now, looking down on us all with that sweet smile. She truly was an angel on earth, and she will be missed dearly. All my love... Laura (Norris) Landenberger, February 4, 2004 What a wonderful lady and friend. She will be greatly missed. We love you all, Jim, Debbie, Mattie and family Jim & Debbie L. Vest, February 4, 2004 While we all feel your loss during this time, we know your mother’s love and memories will live on to fill the voids we all have in our hearts today. Our ministry prayer for you is that God will grant you peace, comfort and strength for the days ahead. God Bless. Mike and Jan Rutherford, February 4, 2004 Your mother was a very gracious and beautiful lady. She walked with the Lord, which made her extra special.She always had a glow about her, and I know when she saw Bro. Bledsoe that glow was vibrant. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Darlene, Jared & Melissa Darlene (Jared/Melissa McGill) Bryant, February 4, 2004 Imos was such a special lady her sweet smiling face will always be rembered as well as her kindness,and love for the Lord.Our thoughts and prayers are with you at your time of sorrow.God bless each of you. Love, Gary Cyndee Rutherford, February 4, 2004 Johnny and Sally - Please accept my sincere condolences on the death of your mother. From reading the obituary, it appears she lived a long and productive life. My thoughts and prayers will be with you in this time of grief. When you get a chance, send me an e mail and update me on your lives. Sincerely, Don Lee 214 348 6929 Don R Lee, February 4, 2004 Imo always had such a pretty, sweet smile. Im sure when she saw J.T. that smile grew even bigger. She was a one of a kind lady. Her love for the Lord showed in all she said and did. God bless your family during this time. Ken and Beverly Crocker, February 3, 2004