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Ellen Wagner Watts Timmerman

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Your loss is a loss for the Salem Senior Center Monday Bridge group. Please know you are in our prayers. She will sadly missed and fondly remembered.

Precious memories of my dear sweet friend

Mrs. Timerman will truly be missed! She was a pleasure to work with.

March 15, 2013
~Ellen and I first met at Mountain View, playing bridge. On our second meeting,after bridge, she asked me if I was interested in a 'bump'at her house [For non-drinkers, this is an invitation for a drink] Thus begain a long adventure of the 'bump' after bridge where by the discussions went from politics; to money markets; to social issues; to you name it...Also, Ellen and I had a further tradition of lunch on Mondays after bridge at Salem Senior Citizens. Ellen was also my...

As a cousin of Ellen, I knew her as Irene. When I was a young child, I admired her fashionable clothes and her beautiful thin figure. She worked for the telephone company and travelled as a representative to various businesses when they were applying for telephone installation. She trained the operators, I believe. She and her sister were wonderful daughters to their aging mother and made Aunt Nellie's final days comfortable and happy.
She served her family well throughout her...

Ellen was one of the nicest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. She will be very much missed at our Wednesday bridge group.


Ellen's Obituaries

Ellen Wagner Watts Timmerman, passed away on Thursday, March 14, 2013. She was born in Philadelphia, PA on Janaury 6, 1926 to the late Archie and Nellie Wagner. Survivors include her sister, Myrtle Mays and husband, George; nieces Sherlyn Smith and husband, Robert, Mary Sparks and husband, James;...

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