Eleanor Bloch Small

June 12, 1919February 8, 2013

Eleanor Bloch Small was born on June 12, 1919 and passed away on February 8, 2013 in Nashville, TN.


  • Funeral Service Sunday, February 10, 2013

Eleanor Bloch Small

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Gus Kaufman, Jr.

March 10, 2013

Dear Jerry, Stephen & family,
I send my condolences on the loss of your mother. She and I talked on the phone periodically in recent years. My father especially was very fond of her and they shared many warm memories. If you are ever in Atlanta I would love to get together. Warmly, Gus Kaufman, Jr./Smokey

Jann Thornton

February 11, 2013

My seccond Mom. You were everyday a large part of my life. We shared so many views and thoughts. I knew your funny side, your scared side, your sick side and most of all Your loving side. You are and always will be a person in my life that has made a difference in learning life,s lessons.Your strength and determination showedme I could survive and be strong.Much love to Steve, Jerry,wives, and your precious grandsons Charles,Johnathan, and Michael. Such a proud grandma. Your with the Friday lunch bunch, Miss you sweetie.

Lisa Davis

February 10, 2013

On behalf of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Nashville Alumnae Group, I want to express our condolences to Eleanor's family. She was and always will be an A E Phi Sorority sister.

Multa Corda Una Causa

Emily Magid

February 9, 2013

Eleanor was my friend even in my youth and I can honestly say that every time I spoke with her I learned more about Nashville, Macon and surrounding environs and the people that populated these areas. I am so glad to have laughed and loved with her. She shall be missed to the max, but I have my memories.

Emily Ann

James Fishel

February 8, 2013

Mama Small was a very special and unique person, and what a keen mind. Always felt very close to her because she talked so fondly of my Mom, of whom I really felt that she admired. Like a second Mom to me, I will miss our conversations on each others birthdays. She will be missed by all that knew her, but there is comfort in the fact that she lived a full life along with a loving and devoted family.
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