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Rhonda Kiser Ledbetter

Funeral service for Rhonda Kiser Ledbetter, 61, of Piedmont, Alabama will be Sunday, August 4, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. CST at First Baptist Church of Piedmont with the Rev. Michael Ingram, the Rev. David Cox and the Rev. Roger Kiser officiating. The body will lie in state at the church for one hour prior to services. Burial will follow at Young’s Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends Saturday, August 3, 2019 from 5- 7 p.m. CST at Thompson Funeral Home in Piedmont, Alabama. Mrs. Ledbetter passed away Wednesday, July 31, 2019. She is survived by two sisters, Renee Schivera (John) of Madison and Revonda Pruitt (Tim) of Piedmont; nieces and nephews, Landon Pruitt, Logan Pruitt, Lauren Pruitt, Allison Schivera and Austin Schivera; step-daughter, Kendra Cobb of Piedmont; step-son, Cody Ledbetter (Sandra) of Piedmont; step-grandchildren, Lauren Cobb, Kaitlyn Cobb, Corrie Ledbetter, Chelsea Ledbetter and J. D. Ledbetter; fur baby, Tammy La Shelle; and special friends, Karen Owens Osborne, Bobbette Rokus and Nancy Cardwell. Pallbearers will be Bobby Pike, Landon Pruitt, Mark Osborne, Kim Rich, Logan Pruitt and Austin Schivera; Honorary Pallbearers will be William Rich, Harold Anderson and members of the First Baptist Church of Piedmont Sunshine Club. Mrs. Kiser was a longtime resident of Etowah County and was a member of Wellspring Church of God. She was a graduate of Hokes Bluff High School and received her Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science Degrees from Jacksonville State University. She held an Education Specialist Degree in Music Education and taught Chorus and Drama for 31 years at Chattooga County High School. Rhonda was a beautiful and talented performer with the Theatre of Gadsden working as a music director or theatre actress. Most recent performances were White Plains, Blue Mountain, Black Widow and “Minnie Pearl” in Ring of Fire. Most recently she directed and performed in the gospel music selection Looking For A City. Rhonda was the director of the Senior Adult Choir at First Baptist Church of Piedmont and the Sunshine Club. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to the Piedmont Education Trust, Rhonda Kiser Ledbetter Memorial Fund, Superintendant of Education, Piedmont City Schools, P.O.Box 819, Piedmont, AL 36272.

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