Rhoton Funeral Home

1511 South Interstate 35E, Carrollton, TX


Georgia Lee Bland Copp

November 5, 1942May 9, 2020

Georgia Lee Bland Copp

Georgia Lee Bland Copp, 77, of Indian Land, SC passed away on May 9, 2020 at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte NC. Georgia was born on November 5, 1942 in Childress, TX to the late Glenn Luther Bland and Blanch Wyatt Bland. She was a devoted wife and mother and successful Real Estate Broker.

She loved reading, sewing for her daughters and granddaughters, scrapbooking, and making handmade greeting cards. She enjoyed bird watching and listening to classical piano, and took pride in decorating her home. Many happy days were spent in South Carolina listening to live music outdoors with her husband and two Pomeranians.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister Carolyn Schwartz.

Georgia is survived by her husband of 54 years, Harry Charles Copp, her daughters Joan and husband Rick Kiser, Susan Copp, and Ami and husband Jason Bell, all of the Dallas Texas Metroplex, sister Rexie Evans, and brother Fred Bland.

Georgia is also survived by grandchildren Jeffery Kiser, Katie Kiser, Megan Warren, Holli Bell, Mandie Bell, and great grandson Jackson Warren.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Rhoton Funeral Home, in Carrollton, TX, on July 18, 2020 at 2pm.

Carolina Cremation of Charlotte and Salisbury is assisting the Copp family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.


18 July

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm

Rhoton Funeral Home

Funeral Home Chapel

1511 S Interstate 35E
Carrollton, TX 75006


Georgia Lee Bland Copp

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Peggy Glover

June 30, 2020

Georgia was really a special lady and a fabulous mentor to me! I worked with Georgia as realtors for many wonderful years. She was a huge inspiration in what we call “farming” in real estate where we would direct mail newsletters, distribute flags on the 4th of July, distributing pumpkins on Halloween to homeowners and many other things to the local neighborhoods in hopes of the neighbors remembering us as their local real estate professional. I still have a Christmas ornament that Georgia brought to our door many years ago before I started my real estate career. I remember with a smile every Christmas when I unwrap that little wood soldier!