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Eric Scott Blair February 25, 1977 - October 22, 2019

Eric Scott Blair, 42, passed away Tuesday, October 22, 2019, in Memphis Tennessee.  Eric was a Master Auto Technician at Landers Buick GMC and loved spending time at Maria’s. Eric was preceded in death by his father, Robert Blair.  Survivors include his soulmate Tania Browning, and six children; Berkley, Bailey, Arielle, Darius, Davin, and Alyssa. He is also survived by his mother Jackie Blair, sisters Kimberly Buchanan and Shelly Runge, one grandchild, Kamden, and by his Landers and Maria’s family.


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    Sharon says

    having a hard time tonight…missing you

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    Greg And Judy Hagstrom says

    Eric was such a pleasant person, could’nt ask for anyone any nicer, “very smart” and loved his family… He will be greatly missed …he was one in a million!!!. Fly high Eric .. your among the greatest!!!

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    Patsy K Smith says

    Eric you were an AWESOME Tech … and I will truly miss you . We were co-workers but became friends/family as the years past. RIP MY Friend … until we meet again … please watch over the ones you left behind ♥️

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    Ed Edgar says

    Eric was a one of a kind. When I started at Landers and met Eric for the first time he was a friend from the first minute. He was honest and I felt like we had been friends forever. He will be missed by everyone. See you at the gates buddy!

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    Katie says

    He was the best.

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    Gina Uher says

    Eric was one of a kind. Quiet, yet when he spoke you listened. That sideways smile and chuckle when someone did something idiotic with their vehicle will be forever remembered. I only knew him from work for about a year, but will never forget his rockin’ work music or how good he was as a master technician. He was always kind to everyone.
    My heart goes out to his family. May his spirit live on in each and every one of them. And may everyone remember his sideways grin and smile along with him.
    Rest easy, my friend.

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    Teri says

    I worked with Eric at Landers Buick. There was an instant connection and he was a good friend. He took my boy (Joe) under his wing and I will forever appreciate all he done. He was one of the sweetest and most fun technicians I have ever had the privilege of working with. Prayers for his family during this difficult time. RIP

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    Yvonne Larimore says

    I worked at Southaven Pontiac with Eric. He was an awesome mechanic and someone who always had a smile for you.Yv

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    Donna Landis says

    Sorry for your loss. I didnt know Eric but I know my niece Tania was truly blessed to have him in her life.,Keep the faith and remember the good times. If you need anything, please let us know., Thinking of you and the family. All our love Aunt Donna & Uncle Todd,

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    Bill RinesBil says

    Eric was married to my sister and had two beautiful girls. I can’t describe how much he is missed. Eric, you were always a great friend and brother in law. Even though divorce, I still saw you as my brother in law. You rest easy and know I got those baby girls. They might be my nieces but itreat them as I do my daughter. Love ya brother

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    Robbie Strange says

    Eric was a wonderful person . We talked about motorcycles a lot . We both had that in common . I met Eric when I started in the tool business 13 years ago . He always was grinning when I saw him . Talked about his kids . If I didn’t see him every week , he was always ready to talk . He would call me sometimes and check on me when we didn’t see each other for a bit . I will miss our talks . He was a great man who we will all miss him .

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    Zack Coalburn says

    I worked with Eric at landers he was awesome tech always in a great mood funnoest guy i ever met. He was a very good man and a awesome friend he will be missed.

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    Jon says

    I worked with Eric at Landers Buick GMC. He was one hell of a mechanic and an even better friend. We’ll see you again, brother.

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