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Alma Lee Dedera

Obituaries - 05/24/2023 803 0 Tributes
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Alma Lee Dedera

Alma Lee Dedera, 87 of Acworth, Georgia passed away peacefully on May 19, 2023.

She was born in St. Louis on October 10, 1935 to Nell and Walter Viebig. A dedicated loving mother and wife, Alma was married to the late Charles Dedera Jr and is survived by two sons, Christopher and Douglas. She was a direct descendant of Thomas Scott, who fought in the Revolutionary War and Samuel Brashears who fought for the Union in the Civil War. Additionally she is part of the Kennemer family.

Alma was an active member of the Madison Place community where she lived for 15 years and was at Dogwood Forest for the last two years of her life. She collected Fenton glass and was a member of the Red Hat Society. Alma loved to travel and had visited many countries. She leaves behind her beloved cat Ariel who now resides in Texas with Chris & Loralee.

Alma will forever be in our hearts, may she be at peace. 

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