Reba Bernice Elliott (Lewis)
(1933 - 2009)

Reba Bernice Elliott (Lewis)

Oklahoma, United States of America
August 30, 1933

California, United States of America
April 7, 2009

Reba passed away the morning of April 7th in her sleep at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital with her granddaughter Kirstie at her side. She was 75 years young.

Reba was a very caring loving woman that brought joy to all she came in contact with.
She went on to be with her dear son Danny.
She is survived by her husband Robert and Son’s Gary and Mitchell along with four Grandchildren, Great- Grandchildren and many loving family members and friends.

Memorial Services with be held in Grass Valley to honor Reba this Saturday April 18th at 12:00 p.m. located at Condon Park 660 Minnie St. Will be a beautiful day to celebrate her wonderful life.

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Kirstie miller
April 12th, 2009
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"Let this candle represent the lasting love I had for you grandma. Love Kristopher"
Kristopher Miller
April 14th, 2009
"Words cant even express how much I already miss you Granny Goose. I was with you the moment you took your last breath and wouldn't have it any other way I Love You Very Much. YOur Angel Face"
Kirstie Miller
April 13th, 2009


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