ELLIS, Lucille Williams
April 05, 2013 12:00 AM | 2101 views | 2 2 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Celebration of life for Mrs. Lucille Williams Ellis age 83, of Marietta died April 1, 2013 will be held Saturday April 6, 2013 at 11A.M. from Greater Community Church of God in Christ Marietta. Pastor Matthew Brown officiating interment at Sandhill Cemetery, 1961 Summers Dr. Ridgeville, S.C. 29472. Sunday April 7, 2013 at 1P.M. The family will receive friends at the church from 10 A.M. until hour of service. She is survived by 5 children; Mr. Vivien Ellis, Ms Stephanie (Stevie) Ellis, Ms. Nina Ellis, Mr. Dale Ellis, Mr. Darryl Ellis 12 Grandchildren, 15 Great-grandchildren. Hanley-Shelton Funeral Home of Marietta in Charge of Arrangements.

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Duane/Karen Stephan
April 08, 2013
Karen and I just want to express our deepest condolences to the family. We have been neighbors in West Hampton since 1995. I do not have my father physically living with me, he is 87, but he is in a nearby assisted living facility and I know the effort it takes to care for a loved one who is not able to take care of themselves.

We want to wish the family all the best, and know that Our Lord will take good care of those who we loose on this earth.
Donna Clare
April 05, 2013
I taught Dale and knew Darryl when I taught school at Marietta High School. These twins were fine boys. They were very polite, and always respectful to me. This was a direct result of the upbringing of their loving mother , Mrs. Lucille Ellis.

I remember many times when my dear friend, (Mrs. Edna Lee) would call Mrs Ellis and transport her and any other of the children to watch Dale play basketball.

Dale bought his mother a house, and as fate would have it , he lives directly in front of me! As Mrs. Ellis' health worsened, Dale moved home from Seattle to take care of her. I would see this huge (tall) man pick his mother up into his arms, place her into his truck and take her to her doctor appointments! My heart would hurt , but it would be so proud of how much a son loves and cares for his mother. Isn't that a beautiful sight?

I know for a fact--My student, My good friend (Dale Ellis )--took excellent care of his mother. Good job Dale, you were a good son. I am so proud of the man you grew up to be!! Donna

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