I met dear Elsie in 1971 when I began work at White
Center Heights. In a few years I was an aide for Elsie
when she taught in the Title I program. She was an excellent teacher and a pleasure to work with. We had our fun times on the side.
The WCH retirees meet for a monthly lunch and Elsie always kept things lively. We missed her last couple of years. Last year a few of us had lunch with her at the Norse Retirement Home. She still had her sense of humor.
I feel fortunate to be one of her many many
friends which were all very dear to her as was her Molby family. She had a special love for her children Jim, Janet,spouses and Granddaughter. Elsie will be missed by many!
Billie Holstine, Tukwila, Wa.
Janet and Jim, I am so sorry to hear of your mom's death. I am sure you will miss her beautiful personality and love. She was the best. I will miss our hour long phone conversations and the many stories that we would recall. When I think of your mom I remember all the laughs we had and the stories of the classes we took together and the professors we put into total frustration as we got the whole class laughing. Then there was her spiritual side. She loved the Lord and I am sure that she is receiving love that is unbounding from Him.
I will miss her calling me and all the experiences that she was having in working with kids she tutored. She truly left a legacy that will live on in all of our memories.
My condolences to Elsie's family. Both she and George were wonderful neighbors in SeaTac!
I got to know Elsie and George through my very dear friend, their daughter Janet. They were always very kind to me.
Elsie was very close to Janet and Janet's wonderful husband Randy. She talked with Janet about everything, and the two of them would always be laughing together. Janet loved to be with her mother and was with her everyday until Elsie went to be with Her loving husband George, family and God.
She was a remarkable woman and was always very active in the community. Everyone who knew her....loved her, including me.
I am grateful I got to spend some time with her hours before she passed. I will miss her so very much, but I am glad she's in a better place. Love you always Elsie, Delores
God Bless always Aunt Elsie, so many fond memories. Thanks for sharing your love with all those who knew and loved you. your nephew Joe Studnek