.After our daughter Amy Elmore won the Seventeen Magazine Contest in 1988 she was signed by the Eileen Ford Agency. They sent her to Tokyo, Japan to live and work. Eleanor & her husband were living in Tokyo at the time. Amy missed American foods. My parents knew Eleanor & her husband when they lived in Live Oak. They contacted them and Eleanor kindly took Amy to the base to buy American foods. Amy was thrilled.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Your parents extended their love and compassion to our daughter and touched our lives.
we will always rememember her wonderful smile,and gentle ways.She was a true Southern Lady.
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Her testimony of faith in Christ and service to Him will live on in the lives of those whose lives she touched.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I know her testimony of faith in Christ will live on with those whose lives she touched.
I only knew your mother since she was a resident at Clare Bridge. Every time I would go there she always greeted me with a smile and complimented my hair. I wish I could have known her before she became sick. She was a beautiful person both inside and out. I will miss seeing her when ever I visit there.