Nov 08, 2020 – Aug 13, 2011
Verl Edna Thrush, 90, of Louisa passed away at her home on Saturday, August 13, 2011. She was born November 8, 1920 in Forrest, Illinois to the late W. Edward and C. Ella Bollier Metz. Mrs. Thrush was a member of Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Louisa.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul W. Thrush and her brother, Vern Metz of Bloomington, Illinois.
Mrs. Thrush is survived by her daughter, Joan E. Curtis and her husband Carroll Top of Boyds, Maryland; her grandchildren, Kim E. Butler of Louisa, and Richard P. Wilz and his wife Heather of Charlotte, North Carolina. She also leaves behind two great-grandchildren, George and Rebecca Wilz.
She will be laid to rest at Culpeper National Cemetery alongside her husband Paul at a later date.
Verl was an angel on earth, and now she has gone to heaven to be an angel with God. Her family and friends will miss her dearly
Verl was a beautiful woman with an excellent command of bridge! She will be missed by all her friends at Blue Ridge Shores. I know that she is enjoying a good bridge game in Heaven! My thoughts and prayers are with her family. Carolyn Cunha
We always enjoyed Verl and family at our Blue Ridge Shores Baptist Church dinners. Our prayers are with her family.
You are in my prayers – my best to your family.
I will miss her very much
Peace and Prayers be with you.
I met Verl through the Louisa AARP and several other social functions. She was a wonderful person with a kind heart and an easy smile. Although I did not know her well I will remember her fondly.
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.
On behalf of the Blue Ridge Shores Baptist Church, our condolences to the family. Verl was greatly appreciated and loved by all. You are in our prayers and thoughts.Respectfully,Pastor Steven M. Whetzel, D.Min. , Ph.D. and BRSBC Congregation
I`ll always remember the good times we had with your Mom & Dad at Blue Ridge Shores and the closeness our parents shared. So sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom.Jan Weeks Daughter of Jim & Vella Breeden
What a special lady! Verl was an inspiration to us all. Just look at what we can do if we live to be 90! We all loved her so very much and she will be greatly missed. Hal and I send loving thoughts to her devoted daughter Joan and her always caring granddaughter Kim.
Kim I know you will miss your Grandmother. You and your family have my deepest sympathy. You may not know who I am your Grandmother and my Mom Lois Bernard where friends.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Joan. I still remember your Mom making tomato soup for us when we were little. She always had such a great smile.I try to take Dad`s place in keeping up with old friends, of which your Mom was a special one, for my Mom but had lost track of your Mom after Dad died a few years ago. I`m never quite sure which of his lists were current then. We were looking at old pictures and wondering about your Mom and you so I decided to look online and found this. Our sincere sympathies are with you all. You are in our prayers.
So long Aunt Verl…