Eleanor L. Ayers

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Eleanor Lankford Ayers, 83, of Carnesville, passed away Friday evening, November 14, 2014, in Athens, Georgia.

Born October 23, 1931, in Lavonia, Georgia, she was the daughter of the late Raymond and Ethel Bartlett Lankford. She was the widow of the late Duaine David Ayers. She was a retired accountant and personnel manager with the Toccoa Housing Authority. She was a member of the Liberty Baptist Church.

She is survived by her son David Ayers, Carnesville; two daughters and son-in-laws, Patricia and Steve LaBlanc, Roswell, GA, and Janice and Tom Stanley, Cumberland, VA; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Services will be Sunday afternoon at 3pm at the B. D. Ginn Memorial Chapel with Rev. Thomas Randall and Rev. Todd West. Interment will be in the Franklin Memorial Gardens North.

The body is at the Ginn Funeral Home. The family is at the home. They will receive friends from 1 until 3pm Sunday afternoon prior to the service. The family request that memorials be made to the Liberty Baptist Church Building Fund, 6077 Hwy 145, Carnesville, GA 30521.

 

Leave a note for the family

  1. David, Patricia & Janice you all have my deepest sympathy at the loss of your mom. I didn’t know about her death till this evening. I pray that you will have comfort during these days and know that Mrs. Eleanor touched many lives. I know because mine was one of them. You all are in my thoughts and prayers and may God continue to give you strength. Love you all. Wayne

  2. Jan Ayers Nicholson
    November 17, 2014 - 6:44 am

    Dearest David, Patricia and Janice, there are no words that I can say to take away your emptiness inside and the heartache of losing your mother. I pray that you will have peace in knowing that the celebration of her life on earth will continue to be celebrated with her everlasting life in Heaven. I pray for peace and comfort in the days to follow. I pray you will always have the memories that make you smile and laugh. I loved Aunt Eleanor so much and she touched my life in a way that I will always remember her. It saddens me that she is no longer with us, but it makes me happy that she is with our Lord and Savior. Please take comfort in knowing that you are in my prayers and always in my heart, not just today, but everyday. I love you! Jan

  3. My thoughts are with you all. I didn’t know Mrs. Ayers, but I knew her as Ryan’s Mema… I hope she is at peace.

  4. Dear David and Family,we are deeply sadden to hear of your mother’s passing.
    She was our dear friend and classmate through Carnesville High School,we
    enjoyed many class reunions together.She was always so very thoughtful and kind and a real pleasure to be with.
    Please accept our most sincere condolence and be assured that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Jack and Mary Andrews

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