Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry for your loss1 Mrs. Reed was my math teacher at Elkins Jr High School. She was a great lady. Loved her.

Posted by Donna McGinnis - Maryville, TN - Former Student   April 09, 2015

Dear David and family,
Vishy and I express our sincerest condolences. After reading about Mother, we can easily see her influences in your successful professional career. We regret we never had a chance to meet Mom in person.
We are here for you.
Love,
Nan & Vishy

Posted by Nan Gonlin - Bellevue, WA - friend   March 31, 2015

The world lost a wonderful woman, I felt privileged to have known her. Elizabeth will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

Posted by Crystal Olnick - Beverly, WV - Humana at Home   March 31, 2015

Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Elizabeth May Millard Reed, especially to her son David. Both Mary Templeton my mom now 91, and I now 56 have known Elizabeth Reed and her late husband jesse for many years and visited their Elkins, WV studio and home. Each time Elizabeth was the most gracious host while sharing auditing of books with my mom of the State American Assocuiation of Unversity Women. If in Elkins, Buckhannon or Morgantown and at other places in WV, Elizabeth was always an educator extraordinaire, yet a most friendly person to all. Her students fondly recall her teaching computer and math skills and Jess shared his passion of art too with others. Jesse and Elizabeth were a most enduring and loving couple and shared same love w their family and extended friends. Share many good times w others and keep their memories alive as they will continue to remain in our hearts. Elizabeth and jesse were special friends when paul martin Templeton died in 2004 my dad and we will never forget them. Blessings.

Posted by Mary and Pual Templeton - Morgantown, WV - Friends   March 30, 2015

We are saddened by the loss of such a Great Educator and a dear friend. Rest well.

Posted by The Fisher Family - Elkins, WV - Family Friends   March 29, 2015

David I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I have many fond memories of her and your family when we visited each other years ago. I am so glad Elizabeth and I had gotten back in touch over the past two years when we exchanged Christmas cards and talked of the reunion. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort.
Nita

Posted by Nita Bryant - Huntersville, NC - Cousin   March 28, 2015

I miss you already Elizabeth more than words can say I'm so sorry I couldn't be there to say goodbye you will never be forgotten I love and miss you dearly I enjoyed every moment with you gone but never forgotten rest in peace until we meet again

Posted by Rose - elkins - DCW   March 26, 2015