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Theresa Blandin

Theresa Lynn Blandin (Little)

Thursday, January 23rd, 1975 - Tuesday, January 14th, 2020
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Theresa Lynn Blandin (Little) 1/23/1975 - 1/14/2020 of Greenville, S.C. Theresa passed away unexpectedly on the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020, due to a massive stroke and blood clotting disorder. Theresa was surrounded by family and friends when she passed.

Theresa was born in Saratoga Springs N.Y, to Samuel & Mary Little. Grew up in Whitmore Lake and graduated from WLHS is 1994. She also obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from Greenville college,
Theresa was an avid gardener and love taking her goods to the Travelers Rest Farmers Market. She loved spending time with her 10-year-old daughter Zari. They loved arts and crafts, rocks and crystals, puzzles, and exploring the great outdoors. She also had a great love for animals, loved to travel, and was a great cook. Theresa loved helping her community in any way she could. She had a caring and kind heart to anyone in need, always lending a helping hand. Theresa was one of the brightest women inside and out, known to all. Theresa worked in the vinyl Banner Business for many years.

Theresa will be greatly missed by many people.....Her husband Fredrick and daughter Zari (Greenville SC), Mom and Dad Sam and Mary Little (Michigan); sister, Michelle Samek (Jim); nephews, Kaidin, Remington, Taylor, Devin (Michigan); niece, Francesca Tenaglia(Nick); great-niece Sophia. Mother and Father in law Caroline and Lee Blandin (Greenville SC); sister-in-law, Shun (James) Whiteside; niece and nephew Makaylah & Aden (Mauldin, SC); sister-in-law, Tawana Blandin; niece, Aniyah (Greenville SC). She was preceded in death by her big brother Samuel Little Jr. in 2017. Theresa had many cousins and Aunt and Uncles in the north and the south. Theresa had an abundance of Wonderful friends near and far, that she loved, and that loved her dearly!!!!
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Amanda Eskridge

Posted at 11:02am
You always had the biggest smile and kindest heart in the room! You are loved by so many and will be missed by all. My deepest sympathy goes out to her family and best friends, which I've known all my life. Rest in Heaven.
LS

Laura Scott

Posted at 09:25pm
She was a true friend. I will miss her dearly. she always made time to hang out with me when she came to Chicago. So sorry to her daughter and family.
K

Kim Wauford (Allen)

Posted at 08:44pm
One thing that never changed about Theresa was her big heart and ability to have a good time. When Theresa was around the room was always filled with laughter. I don’t know that I ever saw Theresa without a smile on her face, well except when she spilled red wine in my pastel shorts two summers ago. She was really concerned, but I was two glasses in soooo. I’m grateful to have had that visit to catch up with her and meet her precious daughter. It breaks my heart her mama was taken away from her so soon.
I’ll always remember the fun times we had, especially in high school. Building floats at the Littles was always a blast. Theresa’s big hair was always on point and the Aussie hairspray was endless. Slipping across the street from school to “freshen up” and grab a snack was always fun with Theresa...again always laughter. RIP Theresa. To mom, pops and Michelle - you’re in my thoughts and prayers. Hugs
AK

April Kearse

Posted at 04:33pm
My deepest condolences !! You were a truly special person and will be missed!! Love Mike and April Kearse
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sara phillips

Posted at 02:31pm
Our deepest condolences Aunt Mary and Uncle Sammy and family. Love Sara, Jim and Jimmy
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