OBITUARY

Eleanor Jane Etheridge

April 14, 1958May 31, 2021
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Eleanor Jane Etheridge passed away on May 31. She is survived by her life partner of 42 years, Judy Webb; brother Howard Etheridge, sister-in-law Suzanne Etheridge, nephew Peter Etheridge and great-nephew Peter Clark Etheridge. Eleanor is preceded in death by her mother, Eleanor Hall Etheridge, and father, H. Clark Etheridge. She is a lifelong Dallas resident and graduate of Highland Park High School. Eleanor is loved by many. She has her father’s smile and sense of humor, and looks quite like her mother. Eleanor is defined by her wit, pure heart and generosity. Everyone recalls her easy way of making people at ease with laughter. Eleanor is curious and passionate about her interests. She was dedicated to her Abyssinian cats. She was inspired to play guitar at an early age by her love of Glen Campbell. She revered Mickey Mantle. She is also known for her sense of style, mixing Ralph Lauren with Converse All-Stars. She will be missed by all as a vibrant force of light in our lives.

Service for Eleanor is at 2:00 p.m., Thursday June 10 at Sparkman Hillcrest. Eleanor would appreciate any gifts in her memory be made to Southern California Abyssinian Rescue, P.O. Box 57, Whittier, CA, 90608, http://www.socaabyrescue.com. Thank you for your prayers and fond memories of Eleanor.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

Memories

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Nancy Hay

June 4, 2021

Howard , I remember crossing the alley countless times to
play, I can still see the enormous swing set in my mind , roller skating
on the screened porch, the cats , we actually snuck the cat into
the hospital to see your dad after a surgery.! On occasion we would go to the print shop . Eleanors love of Dr Pepper and Glen Campbell! So many good times and memories.
I pray that you and Judy find peace , comfort and healing knowing that she is with our lord and savior.

Nancy Elmore Hay

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