Elva Lorraine Stroud
September 11, 1928 – July 27, 2018
Elva Lorraine Tallman Stroud, 89, of Marble Falls, passed away on July 27, 2018.
Memorial Service will be 11am, August 9th at Kingsland Community Church. 1136 Hwy 1431, Kingsland, TX 78639.
Elva was born in Cornell, Wisconsin to Harvey and Irma Tallman on the 11th of September in 1928. She married Donald Ewer in 1946 in Bruce, Wisconsin and widowed in 1973. She then married Verlie Stroud on March 9th, 1974 in St. Charles, Illinois. She worked as a vending hostess for St. Charles Kitchens for many years. She was involved in her RV camping club as well as volunteering at the elementary school in Marble Falls for 12 years.
Elva is preceded in death by her parents, Harvey and Irma Tallman. Family members Donald Ewer, Verlie Stroud, Arland Tallman, and Arlene Lilley.
Elva is survived by daughter Althea Ewer Rowan and her husband Bob, sons Bret Ewer and his wife Darla, Randy Ewer and his wife Mary: sisters Vivian Brown, Thelma Villarta, Alice Mae Morris, Lota Conklin, Rita Burpo and brothers Leland Tallman, Darwin Tallman, Herbert Tallman. Grandchildren Shannon Rowan, Jamie Rowan Wisneski, Jennifer Ewer, Haley Ewer Brensdal, Erin Ewer Clark, Ryan Ewer and six amazing great grandchildren.
The family of Elva Stroud wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the amazing team at Arbor House in Marble Falls, who have cared for her the past 5 years.
- Memorial Service Thursday, August 9, 2018
Elva Lorraine Stroud
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August 2, 2018
Elva was a very kind, loving, generous woman. No matter when you stopped by it was always "you'll stay for dinner"....she always quickly whipped it up!! The first day I met her she said, "well I know you're 'perfect' because Dan said he wouldn't get married until he found the 'perfect woman'....LOL...I'll never forget it!!! She was always willing and able to babysit when needed and treated my children as if they were her own grandchildren. Thank you Elva for loving me and treating me with such kindness. Rest in peace....I know you're now with Verlie and Don. Love and hugs, Marlise Nelson