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Barbera Ann Aldridge Greeson
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Barbera Ann Greeson died Sunday, Oct. 2 at her home on Signal Mountain, surrounded by family and friends.
After a 15-month battle with brain cancer, she was ready to go to her eternal home with her Savior. While our hearts are broken, we are comforted by the thought she was able to say her good-byes with dignity and the sense of humor she was noted for while on this earth.
Barbera was born July 22, 1946, in Columbia and lived most of her life and raised her family in Smyrna, Ga., before moving to Signal Mountain to be close to her grandchildren.
She was an award-winning real estate agent in Georgia, a nationally known member of the Jaycees Women, holding several state and national offices, including national president in the 1970s, and was an eternal supporter and concession-stand volunteer of every athletic team and organization her family was a part of.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Evelyn Hardison Aldridge and Charles Terrell Aldridge.
Survivors include her husband of over 47 years, Jerry, her son Jay (Kathleen) and precious grandchildren, Lee and Madeline Ray Greeson.
She is also survived by sisters Lynne Cole (Bruce) of McMinnville, Mary Alice Gilbreath (Wayne) of Chattanooga,   brother Terry Aldridge(Susie)of Chicago, and numerous nieces and nephews, including Scott Cole (Amy) of Brentwood, Stacey Cole(Scott Miller) of Murfreesboro, Charles Gilbreath (Jamie) and Sam Gilbreath of Chattanooga, and aunt Rachel Hardison Bevans of Hermitage.
A celebration of life will be held Sunday, Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. at Signal Mountain Church of Christ. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations to be made to the Signal Mountain Church of Christ in her name.