Condolences For Edith Brown Buck

July 11, 1937 - May 3, 2021

5/4/21 Edith Buck Oh, Edee. Didn't realize you were sick. Haven't seen you since the Railroad cafe has been closed for inside dining. I've known & respected you for 40+ years. You didn't mind expressing your views on whatever subject came up, and I admired you for it. Such a loving & beautiful person. To your Family: May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. RIP my friend. Love, Fernard
Fernard Moore

Tim and family, I am very sorry about your mom's rather sudden death. Please be assured of my sincere and prayerful thoughts.
Ray Sparks

She was so loved and produced such a wonderful family. Her and my Nannie are together now with everyone else and there is one heck of a party going on up there! I can hear them now! Love you all so much and so sorry I can’t be there to pay my respects in person.
Carl & Marla

May the love of family and friends comfort you all during this very sad time. The entire Pace family loved Edith. She will be missed. Praying that the many wonderful memories you have, will get you through the tough times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Susan and Bill Pace

I enjoyed working with Edith at Karastan. I loved the way she always said what she was thinking. Her smiles and laughs were contagious. She was a wonderful loving person So sadden to learn of her passing. I pray that the family will be comforted by the many memories she leaves to treasure . Karion Roberts
Karion Roberts

Tommy and Buck family, My prayers and thoughts are with you during your time of loss. Arleen Settles
Arleen Settles

Tommy & Family: So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts & prayers.
Cynthia Gray

To The Buck Family: I got to know Eddy through conversations when I worked at Pace-Stone. She was always so happy and left a smile with me at the end on our calls. She was a special lady. You all are in my thoughts and prayers during this time and in days to come. God bless and be with each of you.
Debbie Thompson Horton

Family of Edith, Our sincerest sympathy to each of you. We worked at Karastan with Edith, she was special to many. Hard working and smart. Always ready for a challenge and some fun. A treasure for everyone who knew her. We will not be able to attend the graveside service, but we will be thinking of you. Rest in Peace, Edie. We will miss you. Pat & Don
Pat & Don Matheson

Sorry for your loss. Praying for all the families
Kathy overby

Tim & Carolyn, Very sorry for your loss and we will keep the family in our prayers. Best, Glennon's
Mike Glennon

Ann and I are so sorry to hear of Edith's passing. She will be greatly missed .
Bobby R Hawkins

Prayers for all the family. Edith was such a beautiful and sweet lady. Love to all.
Cindy Barko

Carolyn, Tammy, Timmy, and Tommy - Sending our deepest condolences upon the loss of your dear, sweet Mother. Edith was a jewel - loved her family - stood up for what she believed in - was always funny and could bring a smile to your most dreary day. When we bought our first little house 2 doors up from your family in the mid-70s, I never knew at some point I would be working at the same place as your Mom (Karastan Service Ctr) and having even more contact with her since being at Pace-Stone. We would always reminisce about those earlier days and laugh at some events that had occurred - one in particular that very shortly after moving in on Delaware, a knock came on the door and it was Timmy and Tommy (just little fellows) wanting to know if Calvin could come out to play !! It was so cute! So many memories! Always hold close in your heart those memories with your Mom. May the Lord give you all peace, comfort, strength, and direction in the days to follow. Love and prayers.
Calvin and Susan Stultz

Ann and I are so sorry to hear of Edith's passing. She will be greatly missed. We send our prayers and deepest sympathy to each of you. Edith and I worked together for many years at Karastan and I can tell you that she always did a great job and she cherished her family.
Bobby Hawkins

I am so so sorry to hear about Edith passing! I met Edith through shopping at Hallnark many years before we closed and years later I had the privilege to meet her again! She hired Spiffy Jiffs to help her clean her house! Just things that she wasn't able to do herself anymore and I was the one that got to go! Such a precious lady! Have missed going for awhile but I would get Jennifer to call and check on her for me! She will truly be missed! May God bless each and every one of you!
Tanya Roberts