Vera Mae Westmoreland

February 17, 1922July 15, 2020

A graveside service for Vera Mae Westmoreland, 98, of Canton, will be held 10 am Saturday, July 18, 2020 at Haven of Memories Memorial Park with Devan and David Westmoreland officiating, under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home in Canton.

Mrs. Westmoreland passed away July 15, 2020 in Athens. She was born February 17, 1922 in Canton to Claude Chester and Siddie Black Roberson.

Vera and her husband, Athol, raised their family and lived in Dallas for many years. They retired to Canton in 1977. She loved to cook and work in her flower garden. Vera was a very loving and giving person, and always classy in her appearance. She was a faithful member of the Canton Church of Christ and the Red Hat Club. Vera also volunteered at the local nursing homes for many years.

Mrs. Westmoreland is preceded in death by her parents, Claude and Siddie Roberson; husband, Athol Westmoreland; granddaughter, Renee Nichols; great-great-granddaughter, Chloe Grace; and a brother, Olen Roberson.

Vera is survived by her two sons: Danny and Robin Westmoreland of Canton, and Terry and Tammy Westmoreland of Athens; daughter, Pat Callaway of Canton; seven grandchildren: David and Christy Westmoreland, Tamatha and Todd Jordan, Billy and Deann Scroggins, Kristen and Stanton Reaves, Trent and Amber Westmoreland, Tad and Jessica Westmoreland, and Mark Sampson; seventeen great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.


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Charlotte Willoughby

July 19, 2020

So sorry to hear of her passing away.She was such a sweet and giving person. Loved her Charlotte .

Paul and Marty Mayer

July 18, 2020

We are so sorry for yalls loss.

Rose and Chris Alcorn

July 18, 2020

From the first moment we met her we loved her. She was a woman of strength, conviction but mostly love for her family. She said to me the day that David and Christy were married, welcome we are now family. I know that she will be missed. Love to all the Westmoreland family. Rose (mom Grammie)

Tanderra Bobo

July 16, 2020

I work at the Canton Post Office. Mrs. Westmoreland used to make us peanut brittle at Christmas. It was amazing. She was the sweetest woman, always happy and smiling. What a beautiful soul. I'll see her again in heaven. I'm gonna miss her. Tandy Bobo

Jeff Priest

July 16, 2020

Such a kind sweet person.