Elsie Mankin Ragsdale
  • Date of passing: Sep 11, 2014
Let the memory of Elsie be with us forever

Mrs. Elsie Mankin Ragsdale , 88, passed away on Sept. 11, 2014 in Spartanburg, SC

Funeral services are planned for Sunday at 2:00 PM EDT at the
Lanett Church of Christ.

The family will meet with friends at McCarthy Funeral Home in West Point on Saturday evening from 6:00PM EDT until 8:00PM EDT.

Professional services provided by McCarthy Funeral Home Inc. in West Point Georgia. 

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Sherry Ballard on 11th September 2016

"Miss Elsie was a big influence in my life. She was such a kind and giving woman that was a blessing to all she touched. She is greatly missed but still is a live in my heart."

This tribute was added by Sherry Ballard on 11th September 2015

"I will always remember Miss Elsie as a sweet and kind lady. She has a special place in my heart."

This tribute was added by Sissy Salwen on 18th September 2014

"Thank you Elsie, for the legacy of love you left your family , Jim always bragged about you, always spoke lovingly of you and honored you by being such a gentleman."

This tribute was added by Sherry Ballard on 13th September 2014

"Mrs. Elsie was an important person in my childhood. I am sadden at the news of her passing. She was a gentle caring person who I will always love. My thoughts and prayers are with the family/"

This tribute was added by Denise Reed on 12th September 2014

"Aunt Elsie was my daddy, Cliff Mankin, sister and one of my most favorite aunts. When you went down to see Aunt Elsie, you were in for a treat. You were never hungry because she cooked you a feast. You were never bored because she always had surprise for you to do. I know I hadn't got to see her as much of late as I use to but oh she will be missed. We love you Aunt Elsie and always will!"

This tribute was added by Pat Ragsdale on 12th September 2014

"Mom (Elsie) filled a huge hole left in my heart due to the passing of my own mother many years ago.  Mom accepted me as a daughter, more than a daughter-in-law.  That is just the way she was. More than all of that, she was my friend. We had fun just being together.  Additionally, she raised my wonderful husband to be the kindest man I could ever imagine and taught him to be a GOOD man.  I am grateful for that.  I love you, Mom.  The angels are rejoicing at your homecoming."

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