Bess Dedwylder Obituary – Bess Dedwylder 28, of Columbus, Georgia passed on Sunday, October 31, 2021, at her home. A festival of life for Bess will be held 11:00 AM Saturday, November 6, 2021, at Trinity Episcopal Church 1130 First Ave. Columbus, Georgia 31901 with Rev. Timothy H. Graham, Rector directing. A private Entombment will be held. The family will get companions at a gathering following the administrations at the congregation.
Brought into the world in Columbus on September 1, 1993, she went to St. Anne Catholic School and Columbus High School, graduating in 2012. She then, at that point, went to Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA, and graduated in 2017 with a B.S. in Child and Family Development with a fixation in Family Services. An insightful, autonomous, and solid-willed young lady, Bess had the option to accomplish her fantasy about living in New York City for a very long time. While there, she began her profession as a clinical staff spotter and proceeded with her vocation subsequent to getting back to Columbus a year prior.
Bess was genuinely amused represented. She had a prepared grin and giggle and never met an outsider, with the uncommon endowment of causing whoever she was with to feel like they were the most significant and extraordinary individual on the planet. She was a valid “foodie” and fun-darling. She savored voyaging and had visited numerous nations and as of late got back from a mind-boggling excursion to Africa with her family and uncle. She adored investing energy with individuals of any age from babies to older. Most importantly, she was a reliable and adoring companion who was treasured for her infectious glad soul.
She was predeceased by her maternal fantastic guardians Al and Bettye Caproni, and fatherly great guardians Rozier and Martha Dedwylder.
She leaves behind her venerating guardians, John and Bitsy Dedwylder, a much-adored and regarded more seasoned sibling, Davis Dedwylder of Paraguay; her maternal auntie Valerie Caproni of New York City; uncle Al Caproni (Ruth) of Atlanta; fatherly uncle Rozier Dedwylder, MD, of King George, VA, and a huge number of cousins and companions, every one of whom will painfully miss the light that Bess was in this world.