OBITUARY

Earl W. Banton, III

March 13, 1942June 17, 2018
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Earl W. Banton, was born on March 13, 1942 and passed away on June 17, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 22, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, June 23, 2018
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Earl W. Banton, III

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Jeanie Swink Southworth

July 5, 2018

I will always remember "Pop's" ability to find joy in everyday life! I still have my gag gifts from Him! He loved to have fun teasing me, or better yet, making my face red! Yes, I still have my famous Halter top, made of a pair of men's briefs!! I had no idea what it was, until He explained how to model it! The crotch was cut out for the neck opening!! My famous "nurse"
coffee cup! I use it to this day!! The funniest story He ever told was about Paladon, the Doberman, eating Cathy's panty hose, off the clothes line, then watching that dog try to poop those panty hose!! He could tell it in a way, we all had tears, running down our faces!!
My deepest condolences to the entire family!
I did not find out in time, to make it to the visitation, you know , I would have been there in person! My prayer is to remember, a life lived well, and to the fullest! May the Lord comfort and give you peace, knowing , He lives in your hearts and Memories always!
Love Jeanie Mae and Hunter
Bear and Tigger- Purrs!! 804 398 0925 - cell

John Martin

June 20, 2018

Old Dogs New Tricks Bluegrass Band would like to offer our condolences to the Banton family and to thank Earl and his family for all you've done to promote local bands and bluegrass music over the years. He will truly be missed .

Victor Dowdy

June 20, 2018

I will always remember Earl for the love he had for Bluegrass music and how easy it was to just stop and chat with him. He will be greatly missed.

Vicky Good

June 20, 2018

My family will always remember Earl as a fun-loving generous Man Who Loved his bluegrass music. My girls will always associate Cabin Fever with Eral and Cathy both as they were always so nice and friendly and willing to stand and take pictures with them. He will be greatly missed not only at Cabin Fever but by everyone who's lives that he touched and that was many people. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. May God give you peace at this sad time.

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