Nathan Curtis Blewitt

Nathan Curtis Blewitt 74 of Edinburg died Friday, September 13, 2013 at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2013, 11:00 am at the Columbia Furnace Church of the Brethren by Pastor William Fitchett.

Mr. Blewitt was born at Cabins, West Virginia on February 7, 1939. He was the son of the late William Curtis Blewitt and survived by his mother, Zella Nelson Blewitt of China Grove, North Carolina. He was preceded in death by a brother, James Blewitt.

Mr. Blewitt is also survived by his wife, Patricia Blewitt of Edinburg; two daughters, Lisa Tusing and husband, Melvin of Edinburg and Andrea Lynn Agunat and husband, Fred of Lakeside, California; a sister, Ruth Watson and a brother Billy Blewitt and wife Julie, all of North Carolina; four grandchildren, Rachel and Amanda Tusing and Katelyn and Anthony Agunat.

 The family will receive friends Friday evening from 7 to 9 pm at the Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock.

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9 Condolences to Nathan Curtis Blewitt

  1. CarolHenry says:

    Pat, Lisa and family,
    Nat will be sorely missed. Our prayers are with you during this time. Nat is out of pain now but not having him physically with you still hurts. May you continue to bear all with the strength of your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
    Carol Henry and family

  2. Eileen Cameron says:

    Dear Pat, Lisa and Family:

    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Nat. He was a very special person, and I have many fond memories of him. There was always a smile on his face and a pleasant word from his mouth. Even though we have not had the opportunity to visit with each other much over the past 15 years, when I would see him the years would melt away and I was greeted with that big smile and a warm hug.

    While I cannot be with you all in body, please know that you are in my heart and my mind during this difficult time – and always. Remember the good times – the love and laughter – that I know all of you shared.

    Love,
    Eileen

  3. Glenn and Natalie Miller says:

    We are so sorry to hear of Nat’s passing. We have very often thought about you guys and the friendship and love you showed us through the years. There are no words that can really express our heart felt sorrow for you Pat and Lisa and the rest of the family. You are all in in our thoughts and prayers and also we rejoice with you for Nat’s victory. We look forward to the day that we all can rejoice together with Nat and may others that have gone before us. May the Lord bless and keep you.

    Love you much,
    Glenn and Natalie

  4. WANDA DELLINGER ADAMS says:

    PAT,
    You know how sorry I am about Nat he was one of a knid. I’m going to miss him and his smiling face. I will never forget the night you and Nat took me to church. Wow what a night. He just thought that was so funny, and we still talked about it everytime I saw him. My love and prayers are with you and Lisa

    Wanda

  5. Steve R. Heishman says:

    Shenandoah County has lost a great citizen and friend. I knew Nat when he worked at 7-11 years ago and also as a member of the “Sons of Confederat Veterans”. My first year of joining we had a Christmas meeting and snacks at Nat’s house. He and Pat made us all feel very welcomed. It’s truely men like Nat that made the SOUTH so great.

    Thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  6. Kenneth and Patricia Smith Crider says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  7. Wallace, Debbie & Selena Clark - Katrina and John Huerth says:

    Pat, Lisa, Melvin, Amanda and Rachel

    Love and Prayers to you and your family. Let it be a blessing to you all that Nat is at peace and suffering no more. Our prayers are with you at this time and always.
    Wallace, Debbie, Selena, Katrina and John

  8. Barbara Kesser, Spring Hollow Antiques says:

    To the family of Nat,
    So very sorry for your loss…. Nat was among the first ‘antiquers’ I met when I opened my shop, many years ago. I will always think of him when I’m out searching & run across a great piece of iron.

  9. Susan & Joe Bullock says:

    Pat & Family,
    Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Nat was such a kind gentle person, loved having conversations with him. My last memory was your retirement lunch, he was so pleased with the turnout and had such a great time talking with everyone. He will always be remembered. Much love to you and the family!

    Susan