OBITUARY

Mrs. Elizabeth Hyler Addy

November 1, 1928September 7, 2018

Columbia- A private graveside service for Mrs. Elizabeth H. Addy, 89, who passed away September 7, 2018, will be officiated by the Reverend Cynthia Taylor on Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Southland Memorial Gardens.

A native of Lexington County, Mrs. Addy was the daughter of the late Frank L. and Gladys Clark Hyler and the stepdaughter of the late Helen Starnes Hyler. She was a graduate of Columbia Hospital School of Nursing, McLeod Infirmary School of Anesthesia and the University of SC. A registered nurse and certified registered nurse anesthetist, Mrs. Addy retired from WJB Dorn VA Hospital after 25 years of service.

She was the wife of the late N.W. Addy, survivors include a daughter, Claire Addy Rice, daughter and son-in-law, Sheila and Andrew Marshall, daughter, Lisa Monteith and Charles McKnight, grandchildren, Alice Marshall Esary and husband Dave Esary, Patrick and Liam Monteith, a great-grandson, Marshall Esary and a niece Marsha G. Martin. She was predeceased by her grandson, Evan Marshall and son-in-law, Robert N. Rice.

Memorial contributions may be made to Asbury United Methodist Church in Columbia or to Beulah United Methodist Church in Gilbert.

Services

  • Private Graveside Saturday, September 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mrs. Elizabeth Hyler Addy

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Cheryl Dixon

September 8, 2018

My sincere love and condolences to Sheila, Claire, Lisa and families. Mrs. Addy was especially dear to me, and I will miss her very much. I have many wonderful memories of my younger years growing up across the street and visiting the whole family. In the past years we kept in touch and had many fun conversations. She had a great since of humor and kept me updated on the big events in the family. I will treasure those calls.
It also will stay in my memory, and I am forever grateful, of how kind she was in friendship to my own mother. I remember once I was talking to my Mom on the phone and she seemed anxious to get off...I asked her if she needed to get off the phone, and she said, "Yes, because I am going to play cards with Mrs. Addy soon." Okay, I then realized I shouldn't call anytime near when they played cards, which was very often!!
I will always admire Mrs. Addy's many accomplishments and especially her strength of character through difficult times. She will never be forgotten and will lovingly remain in my heart.