ELAINE-POWELL-Obituary

ELAINE POWELL

Washington, District of Columbia

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  ELAINE JANET McDOWELL POWELL (Age 60)  Of High Point, NC was called home to her Lord and Savior, Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at her home. She was born Jan. 1, 1957 in Morganton, NC the daughter of the late William and Helen Davis McDowell. Ms. Powell retired in 2016 after a 31 year civil...

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Ashley and family,

I was blessed to work with Elaine at NASA. She was always so positive and I could count on getting one of the biggest and best smiles of anyone I knew whenever I needed it. I know that no words can help the sorrow you are feeling, but I pray for God's comfort for your family.

So very sad to hear of Elaine's passing. I worked with her at NASA HQ and NASA Langley. I could always count on her to be a bright spot in my day with her wonderful smile and since of humor. My prayers and thoughts go to Ashley and the family.

Dear Ashley and family. So very sorry to hear of Elaine's passing. We were coworkers in the same branch when she worked at NASA Langley. There was never a dull moment with Elaine around. She had an incredible sense of humor. It has been quite awhile since I last saw her, but she is someone who is hard to forget. God bless your family during this very difficult time. Most Sincerely, C. Lynn Jenkins, NASA LaRC

So sorry to hear of the passing of Elaine. She was a close friend and co-worker when I was employed at NASA. She had a sense of humor, pleasing personality and would always be willing to offer advice on filing taxes and life in general. I remember how we were in awe when she told us that her daughter Ashley, at a very young age, wanted to be a Paleontologist. As adults, we could barely spell it, let alone know what it was. Lol. She will be greatly missed. My prayers of comfort go...

So sad for the loss of your mother, sister aunt and friend. I was blessed to call her my friend even for a short while. Prayers for her family as they move forward with their loss.