Eddis Mae Puckett

Eddis Mae Puckett, 81, passed away Dec. 4 at Generations of Red Bay. She was born in Burleson and was a seamstress at Blue Bell for more than 20 years. She was a member of Eastside Church of Christ.

Graveside services will be Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. at Old Line Cemetery, Hodges, with Bro. Loyd Ray Griffus officiating. Burial will be in Old Line Cemetery, Hodges.

Survivors are two children, Debra Phifer and husband Billy of Red Bay and Jimmy Feltman of Hodges; seven grandchildren, Kevin Raper and wife Kerensa, Dale Raper and wife Amanda, Lindi George and husband Brandon, Nathan Hulsey, Vanessa Feltman, Rhonda Feltman and Chris Feltman; 12 great-grandchildren; one sister, Kathleen Neuman; and one brother, William “Bud” Blackburn.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Ed Blackburn and Girlene Wallace Blackburn; her husband, Amos Puckett; a daughter, Tooter Feltman; a granddaughter, Nikki Raper; a brother, Bob Blackburn; and a sister, Judy Pigue.

Pallbearers will be Dale Raper, Kevin Raper, Brandon George, Cole Raper, Nathan Hulsey and Jeff Hulsey.

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