Mary Elizabeth WINTERS
Mary Elizabeth WINTERS
  • June 14, 1915 - January 7, 2018
  • Nashville, Tennessee

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Mary Elizabeth Winters was born June 14, 1915-died January 8, 2018
She is preceded in death by her husband Robert T. Winters, 3 sisters, Willie Pearl Mayo(James), Julia Douglas(Bee) and Virginia Holland(Arnold), and 1 brother, WT(Lucy)

She is survived by 4 children, Bobby Winters(Sally), Delores Billington, Wayne Winters and Pam Page(Brien) 4 grandchildren, Cindy Billington, Bobby Ray Winters(Marsha), Robert Page(Krista) and William Page 5 great grandchildren, Kaylan Winters, Juliana Page, McKinley Page, Michael and Jacob Tonkin's
1 sister, Christine Davis of Colorado Springs, CO

Elizabeth was born in Springfield TN to parents William T. And Pearl Owens, at 16 she married Robert T. Winters, on Feb 13, 1932 they eloped and got married in Franklin KY at the courthouse and started their happy life of 49 yrs together until Robert's death on Feb 14, 1981, they had 4 children, when first married they both worked at the Springfield Woolen Mills in Springfield TN for many years before they moved to Nashville TN in the early 1940's, Elizabeth worked for several places in Nashville TN including the Washington Manufacturing Co where she worked 21 yrs, while working there she never missed a day of work and was only late 1 time!

Elizabeth had a deep love for her family, she was a very loving wife, mother and grandmother, she loved music and played the organ and piano, loved to travel and see places, her favorite flower was roses and her favorite colors were pink and lavender, she loved animals and especially chihuahuas(she had 3 of them), she loved life and had a great sense of humor, her laughter was contagious! Although she had many adversities in her lifetime, she always met them with a positive attitude and a strong will, she never gave up, even in her later years when her health started to fail, she kept her positive attitude and sense of humor! A true inspiration to all her family and those who knew her, she has left us with a lifetime of precious memories and a great example to follow in life!