- 74 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 20, 1937
- Place of birth:
Royal Oak, Michigan, United States
- Date of passing: Jun 24, 2012
- Place of passing:
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
|Let the memory of Ellen be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Ellen Cole, 74, born on September 20, 1937 and passed away on June 24, 2012. We will remember her forever.
(This will be up for a year, (at least), so write however much you wish to, however often you feel moved to.
The ^stories tab ^ provides more space for writing if this tribute section is too limiting.
"Merry Christmas May. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0A3amYOiZms"
"I still love you and think of you often, Mom."
"I cannot believe it's been a year. I love you still."
"Happy Birthday to my beautiful mommy!"
Jeg håber i kan oversætte. I skal vide at vi tænker på jer, herfra Danmark. Vi nåede lige at komme til at kende Ellen via af facebook, hvor flere af os chattet med hende, hun var en meget kærlig dame, kunne man fornemme. jeg skal også hilsen fra Ellens kusine Kirsten Hansen, og sige at hendes tanker går til Jer. Mange tanker fra Jette"
"Part 2: Having these young people with her seemed to be a very selfless act. I hope now that Ellen has passed away, she will find a peaceful place to spend eternity."
"PART 1: I have known Ellen since our high school days in Royal Oak. Then eventually I became her sister-in-law, as I married her oldest brother. She had her ups and downs during her early adult years, but I think she always had a good heart. She especially was concerned about young teens who were having problems. She built a home in Northern Michigan and had a number of them living there."
"♥I hope The Angels are enjoying your hugs and smiles.....I sure miss them down here♥
♥I can't even put into words how I miss you♥
♥I am still wiping my tears every time I look at your picture, I think I will be forever wiping my eyes♥"
"I can't believe it has been a month since we lost you. It is still difficult to grasp. Love forever, mom!"
"Your love was always pure;
You treated me as your own.
Your time seemed all too short and
I feel so alone.
What can I take from this?
My heart is completely crushed.
But nothing loved is ever lost -
And you are loved so much❣"
"Great job Cynthia. The first pic I saw was my wedding picture with Ma. The memories evoked are so great. I had such great times with your mom, and great memories of you kids as you grew up. Family is so much more than blood. You are all part of mine and always will be. Thank you for this site. I will miss Ma for a very long time. I love you all."
"Cynthia, Thank You so much for posting this memorial of your mother. Aunt Ellen was always so nice to me (Annie) and I also enjoyed very mush getting together with everyone at holiday time when we were kids. Many fond memories and just wish we all could of remained closer. Aunt Ellen was ready to be where she is now and we will surely all meet again there someday! She'll be missed dearly!"
"My heart is breaking quietly today, holding back the tears for now because I'm busy at work as an addiction counselor and others need my help for the moment. And this brings it all back. Ellen was a huge part of where I am...helping others help themselves...That's a long story...but I remember her as a Mother and a friend and a mentor and mostly for the power of love to change all. Thanks"
"I am so grateful that she went when and where she decided. And I was happy to have the chance to thank her for bringing Dave into this world and raising him to be the man I would marry (never thought *that* would happen) before she passed. RIP, Ellen. <3"
"I'll always remember the Christmas celebrations with the cousins. I appreciated Aunt Ellen introducing us to Danish food to acknowledge our heritage. I loved the Leverpostej (Liver pate) on rugbrod (dense, brown bread). She always called me Nancy Jo. I actually liked it because I knew it was said with affection (rather than making fun of my goofy middle name). She was always lots of fun!"
"I had recently communicated with Aunt Ellen, who always called me Pammy, and know she is now where she wanted to be. She was lucky to have so many people whose lives were so positively affected by her. She will be missed. I enjoyed seeing the photos of her life through the years on this site, they brought back lots of memories."
"Thank you for the generous inquiries on how to make donations in our mothers honor.Since Nathan Adelson Hospice was so committed to making her as comfortable as possible and allowed her to leave this earth on her own terms,a donation to the hospice would be appropriate for those who wish to:
http://www.nah.org/forms/donate.php <copy here"
"One of ma coles favorite things was for me to sing the song "Last Kiss" to her...........I loved my sneak in her room nights to have my life talks.......She supported me in everything i wanted to do......Like cheerleading......she paid for my cheerleading camp so i could go......state didnt fund those events........She nick named me Biffers......and that i will always be is her biffers...."
"Must have been a very special lady! How do I know? Because you are her daughter. My condolences and love, Mary Ann"
"Mom was a multifaceted lady who was full of surprises and never dull. I would love to read experiences and memories others have of her and to share who this fascinating woman was. Please feel free to contribute any photos or memories or songs or favorite mom sayings. Let us celebrate her life!"
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