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Genevieve Paxson
  • July 29, 1927
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  • August 28, 2017

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Genevieve O. Paxson, 90, passed away August 28, 2017 in Ocala, FL. She was born to Tom and Belva Thornes on July 29, 1927 in Iowa City, IA. She moved to Ocala from Gloucester, MA in 1984. She was of  Methodist faith and was an active member of The United Methodist Women for many years. She enjoyed all kinds of sewing, was an avid square dancer and loved traveling the country by RV.  Genevieve was preceded in death by her Husband James C. Paxson and Daughter: Mindy Paxson. She is survived by 3-Daughters Lucinda Paxson of Ocala, Melinda Paxson of Gatlinburg, TN and Wendi Ramaswami of Ocala, 2-Sons: Timothy Paxson of Riverview, FL and Theodore Paxson of Ocala, 8-Grandchildren, 10-Great Grandchildren and 2-Great Great Grandchildren.

Genevieve will be inurned with her husband at Florida National Cemetery Bushnell, Florida, Friday September 8, 2017 at 1:00 PM


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  1. 01 Sep 2017
    Chris & Debbie Windberg lit a candle:
    Lit since September 1, 2017 at 9:53:16 AM

  2. 31 Aug 2017
    Mac Thornes says:
    I'm writing for Genevieve's brother, Mac Thornes, 91 of the Iowa Veteran's Home in Marshalltown, IA. Mac loves her and had many great times with her. He loved visiting her in the winter for a few weeks and seeing all of you kids. May the memories give you all peace and comfort in the days ahead. We Love all of you.
    Mac Thornes and Elaine Wilkerson

  3. 31 Aug 2017
    Brenda Paxson says:
    You will be missed so much Grandma. You taught me so many things and shared so many stories which I will treasure for the rest of my life. XOXOXO

  4. 30 Aug 2017
    Ted paxson says:
    What a great mom!!
    I don't think I can remember a time when she came first ,always pinching pennies so we were clean,well dressed,educated and polite.
    She made sure we always had a nice meat and tater meal, and never missed a day of warm baked goods and a cold glass of milk after school .

    Again, what a mom !!!

    Love you,make sure dad bumps the tires

    Love Ted

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