Elizabeth Anne Love

March 18, 1927April 1, 2018

Elizabeth Anne Love 03/08/1927 – 04/1/2018 Anne passed away on April 1, 2018. She was born in Lexington, Mississippi and spent her childhood in Leland, Mississippi. She graduated from Southwestern at Memphis (Rhodes College), and spent her adult life in Atlanta, Georgia. She was a therapist at Atlanta Center for Psychotherapy, Inc. at the time of her death. She was very active in the community, her church, and professional organizations. Anne was preceded in death by her parents, George Moore Love and Elizabeth Meek Love, and nephew, George Turk. She is survived by her sister, Dot Love Turk, two nieces, Carla Turk Hubbard and Anne Turk Martin (husband, Pat), one nephew, Ed Turk, three great nieces and nephew, plus five great-great nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at Trinity Presbyterian Church on Friday, April 6, 2018 at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Trinity Presbyterian Church,, or to Mary & Martha’s Place,


  • Memorial Service Friday, April 6, 2018

Elizabeth Anne Love

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Herbert Silver

May 30, 2018

Anne was such a dear person. I was sad to belatedly learn of her passing. I met her several years ago and found her to be an inspiration in her ability to stay involved with her friends and community. I anticipated that she would bring a lot to her new community at St. Anne's and I am a little sad that she did not have more time to share her joy of life with her new friends. Personally I miss the conversations I shared with her and I was always amazed at her ability to recall lectures and information from books. She was an amazing person and I am sure she will be missed by many.

linda klaitz

April 2, 2018

Anne has been a dear friend and colleague for a number of years. Only last week she told us at our weekly supervision meeting that she was going to continue to work! Her kindness and wisdom have been a blessing to many. We shall miss her dearly. May she rest with the comfort of God. Linda Klaitz