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Purdy & Kerr with Dawson Funeral Home

409 West Main Street, Monroe, WA

OBITUARY

Elsie G. Neuharth

April 15, 1935January 27, 2020

On behalf of Purdy & Kerr with Dawson Funeral Home, we would like to thank you for visiting this page. We would encourage you to sign the guest book below and leave your condolences for the family.

Services

  • Inurnment Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Memories

Elsie G. Neuharth

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Gloria Morley

February 10, 2020

So many happy memories of fun times I had with mom. One was when we were in Waikiki staying at a hotel on the 21st floor where mom loved to sit on the balcony and look at the ocean every morning while she enjoyed her breakfast. The pigeons quickly discovered that she was a kind lady who loved all critters and was happy to share her meal. Mom made LOTS of feathered friends.

Brianna Morley

February 10, 2020

One of my favorite memories is sitting around the table, eating a homemade turkey dinner, and asking her - “Grandma, what was Thanksgiving like for you when you were a child?” She responded 30 or so seconds later with, “I remember… my mom made really good food.” Her words weren’t what made this moment impactful for me. It was the story that was told in her expressions during those 30 seconds. Her eyes sparkled, her eyebrows bounced, and she smiled to herself as she remembered happy details from her childhood. She truly was a woman of very few words. Her patience, strength, and kindness were conveyed through the actions she took throughout her life.

Jennifer Longstreet

February 2, 2020

Grandma always would end her telephone calls with "bye bye for now."

Betty Hume

January 31, 2020

She was one of the kindest and sweetest person I have ever known. She loved animals and children. She enjoyed just going for a car ride and seeing new sights. She enjoyed baking when she was younger.
One of her favorite sayings was bye bye for now.
Betty

Alicia Davis

January 31, 2020

When I was a kid she helped me try and save a crow. The crow had ice on a leg wound and she brought it in her house. Alothough the crow did not make it. I will always remember how she helped me and her compassion for all life. She was very caring and loving. I will miss her very much. Love you always Grandma❤

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY