of England, AR
January 4, 1938 - May 4, 2014
Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers Elkin, 76, passed away on Sunday, May 4, 2014 at England Nursing and Rehab in England, Arkansas. She was born January 4, 1938 in Puckett, Mississippi.She was preceded in death by both parents: B. B. and Lula Belle Rogers of Jackson, Mississippi and her husband of fifty-three years, Marion Davis Elkin.Mrs. Elkin is survived by daughters: Kay Etzkorn and her husband, Jim of LaPorte, Colorado and Beth Vickers and her husband, Johnny of Stuttgart, Arkansas; grandchildren: Stacey Etzkorn of Fort Collins, Colorado, Lindsey Etzkorn of Lebanon, Missouri, Cory Johnson of Fayetteville, Arkansas and Molly Vickers of Stephens, Arkansas; sisters: Laverne Woods and Caroline Rushing; brothers: Jimmy Rogers and Vernon Rogers many nieces, nephews and extended families. Per Mrs. Elkin's wishes, there will be no memorial services. Her ashes will be taken to one of her favorite places at a later date.Online guestbook: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
My sweet sweet sunshine. Everyday I come work I want to come to your hall or the coffee shop and say Good morning my sunshine. Oh how I miss your sweet smile and your little funny comments and how you would always keep me filled in to the nursing home gossip. Kaye and Beth I hope you girls are doing okay.
I really enjoyed spending time with mrs. Elkins each week. It was very nice meeting her daughters. I will miss her greatly!
She was a beautiful and special lady. All of the family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
I was sorry to hear about Miss Liz. She was a little woman with a strong presence. She enjoyed life and was passionate about helping people. Dave and Liz were a big part of this community for many years and they are fondly remembered. They left us with a shining example of how life should be lived and many funny stories.
So sorry about you loss I enjoyed taken care of her she always made me smile and enjoyed putting a smile one her face when I came to work she was very sweet woman and she will be truly miss....Sincerely,Mary whittamore