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Sandra Ann Elledge
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Sandra M. Elledge Sandra Ann Majors Elledge, age 70, of Knoxville, TN, died Friday, October 14, 2011, at Winchester Medical Center. Mrs. Elledge was born in 1941 in Beaumont, TX, the daughter of the late Auvy Royce and Beulah Majors. She retired as the Executive Coordinator of Episcopal Appalachian Ministries in Knoxville. In Christian witness, …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Sandy was a tireless supporter of, and worker with, the people of Appalachia. She utilized her numerous gifts: intelligence, boundless energy, and great sensitivity to mobilize and focus the church on mission in Appalachia. She was a spiritual giant, and a great friend and supporter of my late wife, Nina, and of me. She will be greatly missed, but God has gained a fantastic angel. Rev. Dr. Ben Poage
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Sandy was a dear dear friend. We have known each other since our children were young. I will always remember the Christmas they spent at our home and the special friendship we shared. Rollene Casey May our Lord comfort the family. Ray and Rollene Casey
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Sandra Majors Elledge, age 70, died Friday, October 14 in Winchester, Virginia. She had been ill for some time but had continued to work part time as administrator for the Episcopal Network for Economic Justice. Before her retirement in 2007 Sandy had served in Appalachia as Executive Coordinator of Episcopal Appalachian Ministries (EAM). In that work she became known throughout the Episcopal Church as a stalwart advocate for the people of that region. She had also been a pillar of the Commission on Religion in Appalachia (CORA) and represented the Episcopal Church in that ecumenical organization for many years. In her work for EAM and CORA she worked tirelessly to support community development and service ministries in many remote sections of the mountains. She traveled all over the region and got to know many of the project leaders and was much loved wherever she went. As editor of the EAM newsletter she helped publicize the work of local ministries. She served on the board of Grace House on the Mountain in Southwestern Virginia. She provided staff support for the Working Class Ministry and Synagogy movements within the Episcopal Church and became an expert on small congregations and their ministries. A memorial service for Sandy will be held Saturday, October 29 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 660 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia. Memorials may be sent to Episcopal Appalachian Ministries. 161 E. Ravine Street, Kingsport, TN 37660
Rev. Dr. Ben Poage left a message on October 17, 2011:
Sandy was a tireless supporter of, and worker with, the people of Appalachia. She utilized her numerous gifts: intelligence, boundless energy, and great sensitivity to mobilize and focus the church on mission in Appalachia. She was a spiritual giant, and a great friend and supporter of my late wife, Nina, and of me. She will be greatly missed, but God has gained a fantastic angel. Rev. Dr. Ben Poage
Rollene Casey left a message on October 17, 2011:
Sandy was a dear dear friend. We have known each other since our children were young. I will always remember the Christmas they spent at our home and the special friendship we shared. Rollene Casey May our Lord comfort the family. Ray and Rollene Casey
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Jennifer Dillon left a message on October 18, 2011:
Sandra Majors Elledge, age 70, died Friday, October 14 in Winchester, Virginia. She had been ill for some time but had continued to work part time as administrator for the Episcopal Network for Economic Justice. Before her retirement in 2007 Sandy had served in Appalachia as Executive Coordinator of Episcopal Appalachian Ministries (EAM). In that work she became known throughout the Episcopal Church as a stalwart advocate for the people of that region. She had also been a pillar of the Commission on Religion in Appalachia (CORA) and represented the Episcopal Church in that ecumenical organization for many years. In her work for EAM and CORA she worked tirelessly to support community development and service ministries in many remote sections of the mountains. She traveled all over the region and got to know many of the project leaders and was much loved wherever she went. As editor of the EAM newsletter she helped publicize the work of local ministries. She served on the board of Grace House on the Mountain in Southwestern Virginia. She provided staff support for the Working Class Ministry and Synagogy movements within the Episcopal Church and became an expert on small congregations and their ministries. A memorial service for Sandy will be held Saturday, October 29 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 660 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia. Memorials may be sent to Episcopal Appalachian Ministries. 161 E. Ravine Street, Kingsport, TN 37660
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