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August 16, 2018

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February 17, 2018
We lived next door to Ms Ellis for 5 years on Pinewood Dr when we first moved to Mobile. We enjoyed visiting with her over the years, reading her books and talking Ole Miss basketball. She was a very sweet lady with many talents. We are very sorry to hear of her passing.

Walter and Kat Brand
January 11, 2018
Tommy and I loved Miss Margaret. My sister Linda Bennett introduced us years ago. Tommy serviced her AC & Heater and always enjoyed his conversations with her. She gave back so much to so many and we will miss her and her sweet smile. We offer our sympathy to all of your family.

Tommy & Sandy Tucker
Mobile, AL
January 5, 2018
I too was very fond of your mother she was my teacher and girl scout leader! I think of her every time I make cornbread, do y'all remember " Pie are square, cornbread are round" sorry I can't make the service. Neno Ladd
January 4, 2018
I loved "Mrs. Ellis" all my days at St. Paul's, as did all who knew her. She was a fascinating lady, and always had a story to tell and a happy heart. She was a "Renaissance lady" who had lots of love in her heart. What a life well-lived.