Eleanor W Starliper (December 31, 1929 - August 20, 2009)

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Eleanor W Starliper
  • December 31, 1929
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  • August 20, 2009

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Celebration of Life for Eleanor Starliper, 79, Edgewater FL who died Thursday, August 20, 2009 will be 3:00PM Saturday, August 22 at Hospice Care Center of Edgewater South Ridgewood Avenue Edgewater.   Eleanor was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She and her late husband Henry retired to this area in 1983 from Camp Hill, PA. She worked as a secretary for Sears, Vick’s Cough Drops and the Bell Captain Company in Pennsylvania.  She was an avid artist working in oils and acrylics. She was a member of officer in the Artists’ Workshop New Smyrna Beach and displayed her works in several local Banks.   She leaves to cherish her memory sons Keith of Tewksbury, MA, Carl of Stevensville, MD. Rex of Hatboro, PA, daughter Elaine Schwetz of Murfreesboro, NC, sister Jane Teal of Ellenton, FL and 11 grandchildren. Memorial donations are requested to American Cancer Society P.O. Box 22718Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718 3:00 PM Saturday, August 22, 2009 at Hospice Care Center  South Ridgewood Avenue Edgewater FL Cremation arrangements by Baldwin Brothers Cremation Service

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  1. Linda Knight says:
    23 Aug 2009
    To the dear family of Eleanor,
    I am so sorry I was unable to attend the service. Your Mom was a very special woman and very dear to me. My dad died several months ago so I know the sorrow and emptiness you all feel. Try to remember all the happy days and the wonderful life she lived, and all the peoples lives she touched......many many many. I am the librarian at Artists Workshop and over the last few years we have lost several of our most beloved members ( your Mom being on that short list) We would be honnored if at some point when you feel ready, or want to, we'd be honored to have a small piece of her artwoek to hang in the libray as a memorial to her. She loved the Workshop and it has been a big part of her life for many years. She and your Dad trained me to take over her job as registrar and were so kind and giving and helpful. I will never forget either of them. Please know your whole family is in my thoughts and prayers and I wish you peace and love and unity as a family so you can help each other at this difficult time.

    Thank you for the gift of your mom. Linda
    450 Basin St
    Daytona, FL 32114

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