In Memoriam

Elaine Fisher Spurr, wife of ECU mathematics professor Dr. Michael Jerome Spurr, died Oct. 13. A funeral mass was scheduled for 10:30 a.m., Oct. 20 at St. Peter Catholic Church in Greenville.

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  6. I just learned of Elaine’s death from her dear husband. This news saddened me to the point of wrenching my heart. I hope & pray she is happy in Heaven with our Lord and with her family & friends who have passed on ahead of her.

    Elaine was my friend in college at LSU. I met her through the Catholic Student Center. We were roommates for a bit in one of the LSU dorms. Elaine had a sweet smile and personality. She helped me through a depression. My dad liked her and remembered her as the tall good-looking young lady.

    After college, we lost touch for awhile, but then somehow reconnnected. We communicated via letters, cards, and phone calls. She told me about her wonderful husband, Michael. I could hear in her voice how much she loved him.

    I miss Lanie and look forward to seeing her again in Heaven.

    Michael, thank you for loving and taking care of Lanie. Marty & I will keep you in our thoughts & prayers. God Bless You!!

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