OBITUARY

Elizabeth Killian Bolster

January 26, 1915September 27, 2013

Elizabeth Killian Bolster, 98, of Williamsburg, passed away on September 27, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward A. Bolster, and her son, Warren E. Bolster. Elizabeth participated in many activities with her longtime friends at Williamsburg Landing. She is survived by her daughter Janet E. Tramonte and her husband Mike; granddaughter, Elizabeth Craig and her husband Steve; great-grandchildren, Sarah and Matthew Craig. There will be a memorial service at Williamsburg Landing at a later date. Online condolences may be offered at www.nelsencares.com.

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Denise McNerney

October 2, 2013

Dear Janet, Mike and the Craig family, my heart goes out to you. I am so sorry for your loss however I do believe that she is in a wonderful place now and feeling what true joy is. I know how much you all loved her and you should be proud of her legacy and your part in it. She I am sure is smiling upon you all and wishing your pain away.

Love,
Denise

Kay T.

October 1, 2013

No words can express the pain and sorrow the family must feel at this time. I offer my condolences. May you be comforted in knowing that our Heavenly Father understands your grief and longs to use his almighty power to restore life to our loved ones. Until that time comes, may your memories and the loving support of friends and family bring you comfort.

September 30, 2013

Dear Janet,
Love lasts and protects. Your mom was cherished and cherished in turn.
Thinking of you dear heart,
Sara

Donald Aspinall

September 29, 2013

Elizabeth you will be missed by many people. I'm sorry I never got back to the Landing to see people after I retired. You & Ed are together now forever in a place that's far more caring & loving & in the arms of the Lord.,
I can remember the trips we took to Nags head on the bus when I was driving years ago. .We had lots of fun going places and back in those days it really was fun & most enjoyable. I can remember Ed telling me to take off my tie as I was with friends now. I always remembered that.

God Bless, I'll say a prayer for all of you.
Don Aspinall