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Eleanor Liles Sykes
15 janvier 1923 – 28 octobre 2020
Eleanor Liles Sykes est né(e) le 15 janvier 1923 et est décédé(e) le 28 octobre 2020 à CHARLOTTE, North Carolina et il (elle) est confié(e) aux soins de McEwen Funeral Home of Monroe.
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Eleanor Liles Sykes
22 novembre , 2020
When I first started with Ernst & Young, I was assigned to the Durham Life Insurance Company audit. During that time, I got to know Eleanor. Other audit staff members and I would join her and some of her work colleagues for coffee each morning before work. She loved to ask us about ourselves and offer insights into when our bosses were young staff people on the Durham Life account--all in cheerful banter and delightful, humorous conversation. On many days, she would prepare and bring to work blueberry muffins. They were delicious! It was a great deal for me because she enjoyed making them almost as much as I liked to eat them. A very generous and kind woman.
Sadly as my career advanced, I did not stay in touch with Eleanor. However, just the other day, for some unknown reason, I thought of her and her kindness (and those muffins). I did a search and found her obituary. With her warm, friendly spirit, I am sure that there are many others like me who would express similar comments...should they be aware of her passing.
She was a wonderful person. My condolences to her family.
Diane (Bridges) Weaver
4 novembre , 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Eleanor's death. I have so many childhood memories of Daddy, Mama and we 3 kids driving (on Christmas Eve) to stay with "Granny" (Evelyn Pittman) for a couple of days during Christmas! All of the family would visit and gather together. One of the favorite memories was that Eleanor and EC (and Joanna and "BB") would also drop by Granny's house. All of "us kids" would get together, and we would also eat the delicious cakes and goodies that Eleanor would bring!! It was a fun time with special memories. I am really sorry for your loss.
3 novembre , 2020
I met Mrs. Sykes when I was 5 years old in kindergarten. She was a friend to my family for a lifetime and we had the pleasure of eating many of her delicious cakes. She made them for our family Christmas dinners, birthdays and even the groom's cakes for my sons' weddings. They were all delicious and so appreciated!! She would always make lemon pound cake for my Aunt Sissy. She was quite intimidating when I was a child, but as I became and adult, I realized how funny, witty and entertaining that she really was. I am so glad that I got to know that side of her later in life. She was a very special lady who lived a wonderful life and has left special memories with all of the people that she spent time with.
Blessings and peace to all of the family.