Macie G Howard

August 12, 1933January 22, 2019

Macie Geneva Howard "Dolly" passed away peacefully on January 22, 2019. She was born in Union County on August 12, 1933 to the late Mason Reynolds and Sallie Rowell Elms. Dolly retired as a supervisor with Lance after over 35 years of service. In addition to her parents, Dolly is predeceased by her sister, Doris Herring; brother, Ervin Elms and infant brother, Albert Grier. She is survived by her loving and devoted husband of 70 years, Norman Dewitt Howard; sisters, Nancy Baker and Judy (Ted) Smith and numerous special beloved nieces and nephews. Dolly will be deeply missed by all that knew and loved her. A graveside service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 26 at Lakeland Memorial Park.


  • Graveside Service Saturday, January 26, 2019

Macie G Howard

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Carolyn Burch

February 3, 2019

Macie was my supervisor i loved her so much she will be greatly missed prayers for her family rest in peace Macie

Jennifer Smith

January 26, 2019

When remembering Aunt Dolly some phrases come to mind ..... Jenny & Jessy, ooooh I am going to tell your mama, where’s your sister ... also when you went to their house she would be either knitting or crocheting on the couch watching tv with Uncle Dee .... her loving to listen to Elvis impersonators ...... her at family gatherings running around to she if she needed to help with anything ..... a trip to Nashville TN Jess & I took them the two of them .... and her love for the Carolina Panthers football team . All our thoughts and prayers are the family in the months, weeks, days ahead.

Jessica Smith

January 25, 2019

Thinking back on all the years I got to go to church with them. Playing in the church orchestra Aunt Dolly would come by to tell us something, give us something, or just pick on us. And we would sit up in the balcony and you could always she her trying to spot us up there and have a smile on her face when she did. I will sure mess those! Well now she is listening to the very best orchestra there is! I will always think about her every time I see something knitted or crocheted! Love you!

Yvette Smith

January 25, 2019

I remember all the trips to the beach with aunt Dolly and uncle Dee. So much fun for me and Macie..driving the golf cart..going to the leather shop at ocean lakes and making our own bracelets. Walking the strand looking for shark teeth and conch shells! Gonna miss you aunt Dolly. Dance with the angels my love and smile down on us once in awhile. Love you still.

Michelle Stilwell-Helms

January 25, 2019

Heaven has gained an angel, Aunt Dolly will truly be missed. So many memories of hanging out with my Grandma include Aunt Dolly and Uncle D. My heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with Uncle D and the family. I am truly sorry for your incredible loss.

Pamela Edwards

January 24, 2019

I will always remember Aunt Dolly as we always called her crafting all the time . She was very creative & made so many beautiful things . She also loved her dogs so much & treated them very well . She & Uncle Dee had many wonderful years together . My thoughts & prayers are with her family and many friends .