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Lori Blevins (Sprinkle) VIEW PROFILE

Lori Jean Blevins Sprinkle Feb. 14, 1955 - Aug. 27, 2013 Lori Jean Blevins sprinkle, 58, passed away after a brief illness on August 27, 2013 at forsyth medical center. She was born on February 14, 1955 in Springfield, Ohio to William Robert and Sue Gambill Blevins and, except for a brief period in Florida, lived most of her life in Winston-Salem. Lori dedicated her life helping others as a nurse at various medical centers in North Carolina and Florida. She spent her final years assisting others with in-home care before retiring to spend more time at home with her granddaughter. Lori was preceded in death by her close companion, her Pomeranian "Chewy." She is survived by two sons, Christopher Sprinkle (Rena) of Jacksonville Beach, Florida and Ryan Sprinkle (Gabrielle) of Winston-Salem; her parents, William Robert and Sue Gambill Blevins; one sister, Robin McCune (James); two brothers, Randy Blevins (Marla) and Barry Blevins (Steve); two very special grandchildren, Stella Anne and Silas; and three nephews, Lee Woodall, Chad Blevins and Cameron Blevins. The family would like to thank the staff at Forsyth Medical Center ICU and Palliative Care Units for the special care given to Lori. 



 
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11/30/13 06:08 PM #1    

Gary Clark

 

Lori Blevins graduated with the class of ’73.

She and I had our first date on an extra credit assignment by Ms. Butler to see and review a SciFi / horror movie called “The Hellstrom Chronicle”. My brother Marty worked at the Reynolda Theater, so we got in for free, but he had to let us in halfway through the movie from the back door so we could sneak in under a cloak of darkness. Turns out, our clandestine plan was unnecessary as we were the only two in the theater. We laughed aloud during the apocalyptic gripping satirical depiction of man’s battle against insects… spoiler alert, it doesn’t end so well for man.

Lori and I dated for the next year, sharing many good times and not so good times in the turbulent caldron of high school. I will always remember Lori as kind soul, full of wonder and laughter. She never had a harsh word for anyone and was someone who lived life to it’s fullest, always on her own terms.

She will be missed.


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