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Edeltraud "Trudy" (Oswald) Steinbis

17 mars 194020 juillet 2020

Edeltraud "Trudy" Steinbis, 80 years young and full of sass, passed away peacefully on July 20, 2020 in Jonesboro, Georgia.

Trudy was born in Augsburg, Germany in 1940. She met her soulmate, an Army photographer, and married him in her hometown. They spent much of their lives traveling through his military career. She spent her life devoted to the care of others, starting her career as a phlebotomist at Cape Fear Valley Hospital in North Carolina. She worked many years as a phlebotomist at local hospitals in the Atlanta area. In her senior years, Trudy continued to care for others as a volunteer at a local hospice until 2018. It gave her great joy to provide comfort and care for people in their final days.

Trudy lived her life full of spunk and vigor. She battled numerous health issues with determination and grit. Giving up just wasn’t an option. In this final year, she celebrated a milestone 80th birthday and also welcomed another great grandchild into the world. This brought her great joy.

She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Janet and Keith Newton of Hiram, Georgia; daughter, Susan Steinbis of Jonesboro, Georgia; grandchildren, John and Aly Newton and David and Kate Newton; great grandchildren, Abigail and James Newton.

A private celebration of life will be held by the family.

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Karen Jones- Esposito

26 juillet , 2020

Trudy was such a good friend & a Blessing to all who knew her. She will be missed - May her sweet spirit Rest In Peace 🙏

Grace Ussery

23 juillet , 2020

Trudy was a wonderful friend, worked with her for several years, friends from the moment we met. We had a lot of good times together, one was a wonderful vacation with our husbands to Disney World. Definitely a vacation to remember. Trudy faced every health problem head on with a lot of sponk. for she did not give up. She loved her wonderful family so much. Trudy will always be missed by many people, for she was always happy doing for others.
Lost a wonderful friend. Grace Ussery

JoeAnn Guy-Escue

23 juillet , 2020

Trudy was one of a kind and loved by all! I can never forget her smiling face as she made her rounds at Piedmont-Henry with her little tote of needles and supplies. Or the time she found my Mama (who had dementia) wandering the halls at the hospital and brought her back to me in the waiting room and said "look who I found"! May she rest in peace, she will be missed.
Joe Ann Guy-Escue

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