Georgia May Root

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Mar 1 1947
Jun 29 2020
73 Years
Gordonville, Pennsylvania

Georgia May Root, 73, of Gordonville, passed away on Monday, June 29, 2020 at the Lancaster General Hospital.  She was the widow of the late Robert Francis Root, Sr., who died in 1988.  She was the daughter of the late Howard Lee Stone, Sr., and Margaret Simms Stone.

Georgia was an area resident all her life.  She was employed as a CNA at the Harrison House Nursing Home in Christiana, PA

She is survived by nine children; Constance Root of Gordonville, Karen Singh and husband Waild of Egypt, Robert L. Root and wife Elizabeth of Gordonville, Christopher L. Root and companion Toni Sherrer of Gordonville, Joseph Matthew Stone and wife Jessica of New Holland, Robert Root, Jr of Honey Brook, Randy Root and wife Patty of Maryland, Donald Root and wife Nancy of Honey Brook, and Ronald Root and wife Laurie of Gap, many grandchildren , great grandchildren, nephews and nieces and eight siblings; Howard L. Stone, Jr., Raymond Stone, Barbara Cummings, Mary Cummings, Madeline Gibson, Elle Seace, Aleah Donkewicz and Susan McCarffaey.  She was preceded in death by three children; Debbie Neff, Ann Ianuzzi and William Root and three siblings; William Stone, Betty Phillips and Florence Shearer.

Graveside services will be held on Tuesday. July 7, 2020 at 12:00 NOON at the Hephzibah Baptist Cemetery, 2237 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, PA   19320.  Please note, if you plan on attending the services, all social distancing must be practiced including the wearing of face masks.

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main Street, Parkesburg, PA  19365 to help defray her funeral expenses.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg, PA.  Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
Jul 7 2020 - 12:00pm
Service Location: 
Hephzibah Baptist Cemetery

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Georgia was like a mother tyo us all I will miss my sister dearly she was a wonderful mother & Grandmother she always told her grandchildren give mom mom some sugar. My Sons Kevin & Michael Are going to miss their aunt TT so much when then ahd a chance to see her they alway said she was the worlds greatest aunt to them. Its going to be hard but I got so many good memories of my sister georgia that will be in my heart & my sons hearts forever I love you sister with all my heart forever. 

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What can I say about this wonderful woman?? Is it the fact that she was so sweet and so caring to everyone she met? My husband introduced me to her back in 2011. She treated me like I was her own daughter. She always had a smile on her face and would always say to me, "Theres my Kelly girl!" And would walk right over to me and give me a kiss on the cheek. Last time I saw her she was at the grocery store I work at. Of course she had a mask on but needless to say i still saw her bright smile through her mask. She said "come give Aunt Titi a hug." Well, didn't want to argue with her I gave her a very light hug. I have too many memories with her and it hurts that she is gone but her spirit will be around all of forever in our hearts. I love you Aunt Titi. Until we meet again. 

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