Elizabeth M. Paige, 1921 – 2014

Elizabeth PaigeMama was reunited yesterday with Daddy, Robert, Milton, Jesse, 10 of her siblings and her parents. She’s gone from our physical presence but not from our hearts.

Here are a few photos.

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5 thoughts on “Elizabeth M. Paige, 1921 – 2014

  1. Vivian, Thank you for sharing your feelings about your Mom over the years I have been reading your blog. It is so hard to let go. I used to read your Dad’s sermons and your recounting of memories of your family that you used to post. I must say that I know what I know about local politics because you have always cared enough to show up and ask the questions. I think your Mom and Dad created a real family and their legacy shows up everyday in the inboxes of all who sign up to read your opinions. Thank you for doing what you do. I’m so sorry your Mom has passed. Thank you for sharing your memories of her and your family with your readers like me

  2. Vivian,
    My thoughts and condolences are with you and the rest of your family. We have often discussed how our Mothers have changed and how hard it is to accept.
    Laurie

  3. I deeply regret your mother’s passing, Vivian. I can’t help but reflect on two things:

    1. Your mother lived through some amazing periods of American history–the Great Depression, WWII, the Civil Rights Era, Women’s Lib., and she made it all the way through to what is hopefully the culmination of the Gay Rights Era. What a fascinating perspective she must have had on the nation we live in, especially considering how those movements affected her directly or indirectly through you. I’m sorry that I’ll never get to ask her about it.

    2. That lady sure could rock a hat.

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