- 64 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 24, 1950
- Date of passing: Dec 19, 2014
|Love and memories last forever...|
Elizabeth Talley Brown Green,64 of Bangor PA passed away on Friday December 19,2014.
She was born in Philadelphia, PA on November 24,1950 to Dolores Talley and Andrew Brown. She married the late William Green in Newark, NJ on July 30, 1967.
She had several jobs over the course of her life but one of her favorite job's during her working years was being a home health aide. She also owned her own business and worked in several flea markets.
Elizabeth loved traveling, fishing and gardening. She especially loved nature. She lived in several different states, Newark, East Orange, Orange, New Jersey. North Carolina, Boston, Massachusetts, Allentown, Bangor, Pennsylvania.
She loved people from all walks of life. She also loved her family especially when they were all together. She loved helping others when they needed assistance. She was loved by her family and she will be sadly missed.
Elizabeth is survived by her sister Deborah Talley, nieces, nephews and cousins.
"Hard to believe you're gone already 2 years. Miss you wish you were still here. Love you."
"HAPPY BIRTHDAY COUSIN.!!! YOU WILL BE FOREVER MISSED!!! LOVE YOU!!!"
"Dear Cousin Elizabeth What a Jolly and loving person you were to all. I miss the voice your laughing and joking around and your funny stories . Never thought it would be so soon that I would have to say goodbye. But one day I believe to see you again. I will never forget you. I remember when I was a little girl a living with my grandmother. You came to visit and you make yourself known to Benny and I, what joy!!! I felt that day. This is why it took me so long to write, For I can do this without crying I'll will miss you always love Cousin Khiva"
"How does one say goodbye after a 30 year friendship. Many a trial and tribulation we stood fast in forgiveness and understanding. I rest in solace that one day we shall see each other again at the table of the almighty- for I know that's were I'd find you my friend having your favorite meal. My heart now goes out in comfort to your loved ones and I pray for their continued strength in our lost. I will always love you and miss you my friend!!!!!"
"I love you Aunt Liz I will miss my fishing partner. Nothing in this world will replace the loss of your love and compassion for all of those who knew you and love you. I love you auntie R.I.P."
"MISS YOU COUSIN!!! LOVE WALTER L. TALLEY"
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