Elizabeth Frances Sink Jamison

Troutville, Virginia

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Please accept our deepest sympathies.

I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.

My condolences to the family. I am blessed to have known Fannie Brunk for close to 38 years and knew the Jamisons. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Dear Walt,
Our prayers and love are to you and your precious family. Mothers and Grandmothers are so important to you and us. We remember your caring, loving and helpful Mother in many ways. She met us neighbors with smiles and understanding, with compassion and like a wonderful Southern Lady. Her cheerful way of expressing herself, her lifestyle, and modesty was a sure sign of a Christian Mother that God had given grace to.
Your Mother was an excellent...

My husband, Arthur Goad, grew up next door to the Jamisons. He told me they were special people. He said there was no finer man that Mr. Jamison. I remember the good food brought when we had family sadness. I'm thankful I knew this family through my husband's warm regards. Deepest sympathy. The angels are singing. Peace to all the family, Carol D.F. Goad

May the thought of others caring and the sympathy they feel Be a source of consolation that is very deep and real, And may your happy memories bring help and comfort, too, Throughout this time of sorrow that's so difficult for you.

My parents (OD & Alma Divers) and I always had a high regard and respect for Elizabeth and Emory. Peace be with the family now and always.

We send our sincere condolences to this family.


Elizabeth's Obituaries

Elizabeth Frances Sink Jamison, 95, of Troutville, peacefully departed this life on Sunday, August 4, 2013 at the home of her daughter. She was a daughter of Harvey Walter and Mattie Rutrough Sink. She was baptized into The Old German Baptist Brethren Church in June of 1932 by Elder Ben Bowman....

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