Shuler Funeral Home
posted on 1/31/22
I first met Larry and Alma at Girl Scout camp in SC. Her niece worked for GS. Alma was teaching a beading class. We became fast friends. That was probably 25 years ago. Through the years, she taught both beading and basket classes for me at Greenville Health System's Recreation Committee. Several of us would have dinner at a fine restaurant before class. (Wendy's) I loved the stories she and Larry shared about the classes they took and the places they went. I especially love the story about her Ingles jewelry collection I have the recipe she sent me for kraut and my Christmas earrings she sent me. I will miss you dear friend.
Thank you for the friendship we shared for so many years.
posted on 1/29/22
Alma was such a sweet lady - met her thru baskets - she always shared her skill in baskets to everyone - always smiling - she & my Jim can talked baskets now
posted on 1/29/22
Alma was such a sweet lady. I can see her smiling face that she always had everytime she saw you. Alma was a very caring lady. My prayers are for her family and everyone that knew her.
Cindy B. Medlock
posted on 1/28/22
Alma was truly one of a kind. Her friendship was one in a million. She always went the extra mile for family and friends. She impacted many in the world of basketry.
posted on 1/27/22
Alma was a wonderful lady who always had a smile on her face. She was very important to Kimberly-Clark and all that worked with her. Sure did love her cooking. Rest in peace sweet lady, you are healed.
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