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Melinda Ann (Magginetti) Bloom
August 29, 1953 ~ January 5, 2024 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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Melinda Ann Bloom (née, Magginetti), 70 years old, was welcomed into her heavenly home on Friday, January 5, 2024, after a long battle with a rare illness. On August 29, 1953, in Santa Monica, California, Melinda was born to parents Robert and Lourine Magginetti. Melinda’s journey through life was a testament to the grace and compassion that she shared with those fortunate enough to know her.
At the age of 22, Melinda embarked on a spiritual path that would shape the core of her being. In the arms of Christ, Melinda found solace, purpose and an unshakable foundation for her life.
In 1986, Melinda met the love of her life, Garry, joining their lives in marriage shortly after. For 37 years, they walked through the intricacies of life hand in hand, their love flourishing each passing day. Together, Melinda and Garry embraced the responsibility of raising three children: Brian, Stephanie and Sara. The bonds of love and family flourished, creating a mosaic of joy and unity.
The heart of the Bloom family, Melinda embraced the calling of a stay-at-home-mother, where she wholeheartedly served in the role of a homemaker. Her nurturing spirit and warmth filled their home with love and shaped her family’s spirituality by her relentless Christian example.
For 22 years, Melinda and Garry dwelled in the breathtaking embrace of Estes Park, Colorado, ever in awe of God’s handiwork. As seasons changed and time passed, they felt a pull to embark on a new chapter in Georgia; carrying with them all of the special memories from the years spent in Colorado.
Above all, Melinda’s life was a radiant reflection of her deep and abiding relationship with Christ. She was a devoted servant of the Lord, spending her years sharing the teachings of the Bible and leading others on the path of righteousness. Melinda’s knowledge of the Scriptures was profound, and her ability to convey the message of God’s love was unmatched.
Melinda’s legacy lives not only in the memories of her family and friends, but also in the countless lives she touched through her ministry. May her soul rest in eternal peace, basking in the glory of the Lord's embrace.
Her surviving family members are:
Husband of 37 years: Garry Bloom
Children & Spouses: Brian Weber; Stephanie and Earl McCrea; Sara and Dominic Garcia
Grandchildren: Daniel and Nathan Weber; Kristen and Hannah McCrea; Kendall, Korra and Kenneth Garcia
Siblings: Christine Lovell (Martin)
A Celebration of Life service will be January 13, 2024, 2:00 pm at Providence Church at Rock Springs, 1013 Chappell Mill Rd, Milner GA 30257.
To express condolences online, please visit www.haistenfuneral.com
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Rock Springs Health Clinic: https://rockspringsclinic.wordpress.com/donate-2/
Haisten Funeral Home of Jackson is serving the Bloom Family