In Memory

Linda Earle Bransford (Woolsey)

Linda Earle Bransford (Woolsey)



 
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02/25/16 05:06 PM #1    

Robert Maurice Barnes II

I remember her well.  A beautiful gentle person with something pleasant to say about everyone.

 


02/26/16 12:28 PM #2    

Virginia Lee McKnight (Jones)

 I remember Linda fondly from the swim team. She was a lovely, generous person.


02/26/16 03:46 PM #3    

Richard Thomas Frazier

I remember Linda from the girls swim teamwhen I swam on the boys team. She was a nise kind perso, she will be missed.

Richard Frazier


02/28/16 02:40 PM #4    

William (Fred) Kestler, Jr.

I remenber Linda being tall and having a huge smile and a bublely personality.   I wish I had known her later in life as i know she would have been a good friend... RIP.


02/29/16 03:33 PM #5    

Betty Maxwell (Dubovsky)

Linda was always sweet, gentle and friendly to everyone. I didn't know her as well as I would have liked.  I know she is at peace. 


03/01/16 07:51 AM #6    

Carolyn Wilson (Groff)

Linda and I were classmates and neighbors in school at Southside Grammar. What a wonderful time and place to grow up. We climbed trees, built forts and spent a lot of time at the San Marco Theatre. Once we decided to go to a movie and our motherts had a fit. From Here to Eternity was playing, a hot movie for the time. We couldn't understand why they didn't let us go see it She was a good friend and part of my growing up..


03/08/16 03:31 PM #7    

William Alton "Bill" Belote, Jr.

Linda, her brother, Lee, and her parents were family friends who were a lovely family.  We went to the same church during our entire childhood.  I know that one day we will be reunited.  Her passing simply reinforces my conviction that we need to have a class gathering every two or three years before we are all gone.

 

 

 


04/22/16 06:57 PM #8    

John P. Ertel

     I remember Linda well as a most remarkably kind and helpful young lady.  After I helped them change a tire on her Mom's car at the old Atlantic National bank one afternoon, we became study partners in Mrs. Crutchfields Math course.  For me, there were no better times than those and our trips to Bono's

     Additionally, Billy Belote is RIGHT.  We need to think about getting together more ofter than every 5 years.  I heard you guys discussed this possibility at the "70th B-Day Pary" at Ronny's house.  It is the time in our lives when we really beed to put this idea into action!

     Sorry, I had to miss our "70 th" but I was busy getting my Left Hip replaced (Right Hip was done in the Spring of 2006).  The good news is that I now have between 6 & 8 degrees more lateral reach when climbing than I did with my OEM hips.  In fact, I'll be teaching a section for Tenth Mountain up at Fort Drum in upstate NY in the last week of June to first week of July.  We'll be doing a 5-6 pitch demo/ed (teaching) climb of about 975 ft for the US Army.  So if any of the rest of you like to climb or have sons &/or daughters (maybe grandsons &/or granddaughters that are adicted to the sport, see if they can clear up 10 days near that time --- I need 2 more staff for the course and the Army pays all the bills.  Don't worry though, injuries are NOT ALLOWED in my courses unless the paperwork is filled out in triplicate at least a week in advance.  Yes I know, it's not very funny, but Charlie Williams would greatly appreciate the thought.  He was the Lead Instructor when the Marine Corps sent me to Jump School at Benning and those were the ROE's that he and his staff gave us as part of our training!


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