Wanda Sue (Blackburn) Ferrell

October 15, 1966 ‒ March 01, 2020

Cardington, Ohio

Wanda Sue (Blackburn) Ferrell, age 53, passed away Sunday, March 1, 2020 at her home.

She was born October 15, 1966 to Robert Blackburn, Sr. and Jacqueline (Cundiff) Blackburn in Columbus, Ohio.

She is survived by loving husband of 25 years, Elmer Ferrell, Jr.; mother, Jackie Blackburn; brother, Robert Blackburn, Jr., daughters, Amanda (Jorge) Valenciano and Brittany (Chaz) Ward; step-children, April (Shawn) Swisher, Michael (Tara) Ferrell, Amanda (Michael) Cole and Christine (Josh) Kinney; 15 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; other extended family and many friends.

Wanda will sadly be missed and will always be “The Best Gangster Grandma”.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Ferrell family.  Please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com to share a memory or condolence with the family.

  • Aunt Jackie I’m so sorry for your loss. If you need anything call me 614 896 0145

  • Man this breaks my heart writing about mama sue’s!!!! I grew up with Amanda and she was like a mom but could be meaner than ever if you pissed her off. Rest in paradise mama Sue

  • She was my first and only true love in my life.She was a great mother to our daughter and wonderful grandma to our grandchildren.I miss her so much.🌹 Carl

  • I am going to miss you so much mama. Its liek you were here and then all of a sudden you were just gone. The worst part if all of this is I feel like the only person I could talk to that would make me feel better is you and you’re gone. I just really miss you. Rest easy mama you deserve it.💔

  • I will remember you took me camping for the first time as a teenager. Everyone decided it was too cold to camp in tents so you all huddled in the camper to keep warm. I was DETERMINED to tough it out because I never camped before. I nearly got hypothermia but you let me learn on my own and didn’t scold me. When I finally gave in at day break you just chuckled and let me in to get warm. I will always remember my first camping experience because of you. Thank you for always treating me like your niece even though you didn’t have to. That always meant a lot to me. You will be loved and missed by many.