Dorothy Ellis of Tucker passed away on Thursday, October 04, 2012 at 74 years old. She passed away peacefully at home with family and friends present. She no longer suffers from the diseases that encumbered earthly body. The love of her life was learning about Christ, gaining wisdom and prayer. Born on February 3rd, 1938 in Walton County she is predeceased by her parents Eli Williams and Runie Holder, her first husband, Roger Conner, her son Tyrus R. Conner. She is remembered, in loving memory, by her children, Thomas W.& Robin Conner of Apalachicola, FL, James M. Conner of Tucker, grand-daughter Christina N. Conner of Atlanta, Linda Conner-Brown, siblings Jeanette Stone of Monroe, GA, B. R. & Margaret Williams of Walton County, Alan & Karla Holder of Snellville and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be 2 pm Sunday October 7, 2012 at the Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel, burial will follow at 4:30 pm, from the Mount Vernon Christian Church Cemetery near Monroe. The family will receive friends from 3 pm until 5 pm at the Funeral Home on Saturday October 6, 2012.

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  1. I miss you so much already.You made so many special memories in my life.I remember the shared birthdays,the graduation parties,the shoes, and the clearance room at Lord & Taylor. I am relieved that you are no longer in pain, and now you have new lungs and a new heart. Enjoy heaven,and go hug Ty & Lisa for me.

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with Dorothy’s family. She was such a wonderful lady, I loved to visit and talk to her. What a great cook,also. She will be truly missed by all of her friends at First Presbyterian Church of Tucker. We loved her and appreciate all she did for us.

  3. I’m so very sorry to hear about this but no more pain. My condolences to all of her family. I worked with Dorothy for several years and she was a lovely lady.

  4. I was so happy to have worked with Dorothy at Coldwell Banker in Stone Mountain….and although we had been out of touch, I have thought about her so frequently through the years. My deepest condolances to her family—I was one of many who thought the world of her.
    Pam McIntire

  5. I’m deeply sorry for your loss. I know that death is never an easy thing to experience. But I just hope the words found in Rev.21:3-4 bring you some encouragement.

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