OBITUARY

Ann Blevins

April 26, 1932March 8, 2018
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Ann Blevins, age 85, of Tampa, FL passed away peacefully on Thursday March 8, 2018. Ann was born April 26, 1932 in Tampa, the daughter of Howard and Letha Benton. Preceded in death by her husband, Rupert Blevins and her sister, Nita Dean. Survivors include her son, Howard Blevins (Johanna) and daughter, Ginger Wilkinson; grandchildren, Tara Wilkinson, Ashley Hodges, Shana Slein (Scottie), Valerie Hodges, Gage Wilkinson and Sarah Blevins; and great-grandchildren, Shelby Slein, Nolan Hodges and Declan Slein. She was the owner/operator of Aunt Ann's Daycare for many years and also Blevins Vacation Cabins. The family will receive friends from 6-8 pm, Thursday, March 15th at Blount & Curry Terrace Oaks Chapel. A funeral service will be held at 11 am, Friday, March 16th at Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church, 420 Bullard Parkway, Temple Terrace, FL 33617 followed by interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Those desiring may make a donation in Ann's memory to Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.blountcurryterraceoaks.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Survivors include her son, Howard Blevins (Johanna) and daughter, Ginger Wilkinson; grandchildren, Tara Wilkinson, Ashley Hodges, Shana Slein (Scottie), Valerie Hodges, Gage Wilkinson and Sarah Blevins; and great-grandchildren, Shelby Slein, Nolan Hodges and Declan Slein.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 15, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, March 16, 2018
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Debi Garczynski

March 15, 2018

I’m sorry for your loss. I loved her very much and blessed to know her. She was so good to me and will be missed.

Peggy Arnold

March 12, 2018

To The Family: I am saddened by the news of Mrs. Blevins' demise. For seven years, 2000 -2007, my husband and I enjoyed our vacations in the cabins in North Carolina, after a daughter-in-law had discovered this place and told us about their stay, resulting in another son and his bride spending their honeymoon there, in 1992. We hosted my sister and brother-in-law, three of our children, three grandchildren, a friend and her husband, and an aunt at different times during our seven years' experience. Our stays ended when we retired to Georgia in 2008, but we would have continued to vacation with Mrs. Blevins had we not been "on vacation" year-round until we returned to Florida for a visit during which my husband's health rapidly deteriorated and kept us here permanently. He passed away March 16 of last year.

Mrs. Blevins was always friendly and helpful. She would visit with us in the cabins, and we felt we should have met her years earlier. She stayed busy with the care and upkeep of the properties and exhibited pride and pleasure in doing so. She was always happy to give "tours" of the properties and share narrations along the way. We spoke often in recent years of her and wondered about her well-being and health. You and yours were truly blessed to have had her and I hope the memories you have will sustain and bless you with peace and great memories.

-- Peggy Arnold --


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