DORIS M. EL­MORE

The Progress-Index Weekend - - OBITUARIES -

Doris Mae (Wells) El­more 86, of North Din­wid­die went to be with our Lord Thurs­day, Novem­ber 9th . She was the daugh­ter of the late Ben­jamin Franklin Wells and An­nie Laura (Vaughan) wells of Suther­land, Vir­ginia. She is also pre­ceded in death by her husband John Wil­liam El­more Sr.; her son, John Wil­liam El­more Jr.; three broth­ers, Joseph Wells, Franklin

Wells and Carl­ton Wells; and also her sis­ter, Mary (Wells) Ford.

She is sur­vived by her sons, Robert Franklin El­more and wife, Pamela, Ti­mothy Lee El­more and wife, Carin; and her daugh­ter, Su­san An­nette (El­more) Brooks and husband, Wayne. She had grand­chil­dren that loved her very much and made her a part of their life; to them she was Nanny: Jon, Chastity, Ti­mothy, Wil­liam; and great­grand­chil­dren, Madi­son, Alexan­der, Emma, Gavin, Allyson, Abby, Ava and Eas­ton.

She was born in Din­wid­die (Suther­land) Vir­ginia and grew up with her broth­ers and sis­ter in a farm­ing com­mu­nity. She lived a sim­ple clean life where noth­ing was more im­por­tant to her than her fam­ily and her church. She at­tended Ocran United Methodist Church her en­tire life be­gin­ning as an in­fant and be­com­ing a mem­ber as a young child. Mom loved to sur­round her­self with col­or­ful things that re­minded her of days on the farm and the sea­sons of the year, she cel­e­brated each sea­son and special oc­ca­sion with a pur­pose. She loved fresh veg­eta­bles from the gar­den, straw­berry cake in the spring and fruit­cake at Christ­mas, if she said it once she said it a thou­sand times “Vir­ginia is the gar­den spot of the world and I never want to live any­where else”. She lived a long full life and felt com­pas­sion for all peo­ple she dearly loved her fam­ily and her ex­tended church fam­ily. Special thanks to Ocran Church for their fel­low­ship and heart felt mes­sage of prayer, mom cher­ished the time she spent with her church fam­ily. Also Special thanks to Care Ad­van­tage for the pro­fes­sional ser­vice that they pro­vided our mother, they were truly com­pas­sion­ate and al­ways knew what to do to make mom as com­fort­able as pos­si­ble, for that we will be for­ever grate­ful.

A funeral ser­vice will be con­ducted at 2 p.m. on Tues­day, Novem­ber 14, 2017 at Ocran United Methodist Church with the Rev­erend Larry House, of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment will fol­low in South­lawn Me­mo­rial Park, Prince Ge­orge, VA. The fam­ily will re­ceive friends from 6-8 p.m. on Mon­day, Novem­ber 13, 2017 at the church. The fam­ily is be­ing served by the Din­wid­die Chapel of J.T. Mor­riss & Son Funeral Home. Con­do­lences may be reg­is­tered at www.jt­mor­riss.com.

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