Elsie Orton Hoover

Born in Hickman Co., TN on October 22, 1923

Departed on July 8, 2007 and resided in Nashville, TN

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HOOVER, Elsie Orton-Age 83 died July 8, 2007. Preceded in death by her husband, Victor S. Hoover and parents, Robert Audie and Mollie Fuller Orton. Survived by daughter, Vicki Brocklebank John; son, Steve Hoover; grandchildren, Jay Brocklebank, Heather Davidson, Larry Hoover; 2 great-grandchildren; sisters, Ann Orton, Delphia Orton, Wilma Mathis, Betty Graham; brothers, Robert Orton, John Orton. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home with Lynn Cook officiating. Burial to follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Nephews will serve as pallbearers. Visitation 4-8 p.m. Tuesday. Memorial contributions may be made to Churches of Christ Disaster Relief or Alive Hospice.
HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 9090 HWY 100, 615 646-9292. www.harpethhills.com

2 Comments to Elsie Orton Hoover

  1. Tim and Saundra Eversole
    July 10, 2007 12:00 am

    Steve,Vicki, and Family:
    May we offer our deepest condolences for the great loss that you have experienced. Our memories of Elsie will be of someone who always had a smile on her face and of someone who always made you feel welcome when you were invited to her house for her wonderful meals. Her pleasant demeanor was genuine and never threatening. May God bless and watch over your family. Tim,Saundra,Erin,Elise, and Caleb Eversole

  2. Jim Green
    July 10, 2007 12:00 am

    Vicki and family

    I just wanted you to know that we are thinking of you during this difficult time. I cannot understand your grief because I have not experienced it yet, but I know you must feel blessed because you know your mom is waiting to see you again one day.

    I have been working on a photo album for KT the last few weeks and have been looking at lots of appropriate quotes. The following one is so true, and I know your mom did an excellent job of weaving Godliness into the lives of those she encountered on a daily basis. She was a quiet and humble person who made us all feel special.

    “What one leaves behind is not what is engraved in the stone monument, but what is woven into the lives of others”.

    God bless each of you.

    Let us know if we can do something here while you are away.

    jim and peggy green