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D When he was in the 2nd grade, Elai Sr was transferred to Glasgow.
He worked for the Melby Law Firm hoping to make a career in the legal world.He enjoyed tinkering with cars, he and his brother-in-law bought a gold mine, which took most of their weekends for many years.Elai was active in scouts, played hockey, loved horseback riding and enjoyed the country. Elai was preceded in death by his parents, maternal and paternal grandparents, his only aunt and uncle, sister Rheta & brother-in-law Ferg.Not being his cup of tea, he headed north to Washington along with his sister, where he became a maintenance man for a chain of hotels throughout Washington and Oregon.He came back to Glasgow for a brief time but made his way back to Washington, where he was working at the time of his death.At Lois’ direction there will not be a public service.
There will, however, be a memorial reception at the Cottonwood Inn on November 14, 2017, beginning at 3 p.m.
Donna is survived by her brother, Jim Cotter of Watauga, TX; sister-in-law Margaret Jobe of Fort Worth, TX; her children Debra (Steve) Greenwood of Wolf Point, Kimberly (Tom) Taylor of Spokane, WA, Valorie (Shannon) Lasyone of Huntsville, TX and Robert (Sherri) Jones of Springfield, MO; grandchildren Travis (Jordan) Taylor, Chad Taylor, Mallory Taylor, Chase Taylor, Tanner Neumann, Chance Neumann-Severs, Ashley (Cory) Young, Amber (Billy ) Kennedy and 14 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was a mother and caregiver to many others throughout her life.
During the 1980’s the family moved to Nashua and resided there until 1996.
She is preceded in death by her dad, George, in 1992 and her mom, Milly, in 2001.
Grobel after he completed service with the 82nd Airborne.