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Elizabeth H. Bounds, age 96, of Decatur, Georgia passed away Wednesday, June 11, 2014. Mrs. Bounds was born Friday, July 6, 1917 in Clanwilliam, Manitoba, Canada. Elizabeth (Betty) Bounds was a resident of Manhattan, New York and Decatur, Georgia. She taught 3rd grade boys for many years at the Allen-Stevenson School in Manhattan. She was preceded in death by her spouse, Harrison L. Bounds. Survivors include her daughter, Elizabeth M. Bounds and son-in-law, Michael T. Bradley, Jr.
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Iyabo Onipede says
I did not know you, but I know your daughter. She is an exceptionally caring person who shows her love, values and beliefs in a practical and constructive way. Her legacy lives on in you. I am grateful for the values you instilled in her that continues to drive her professional life.
May you be in perfect peace.
With love and fond regards,
Myron McGhee says
Deepest Peace to you and family in this time of transition. Know that you are embraced in prayer by the McGhee family.
Hattie Grifo says
Kenneth stopped by at the Library the other day and let me know that Betty had died. I was thinking about her and of giving a call – I loved it when she would call and we’d talk forever. Ah, well, no more long night time chats. Hope you and Michael are well and adjusting. She certainly carried on the Houle tradition of a long life.
Deep peace of the earth to you and Michael.
Hattie (& Jack)
Meg Browne says
I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your Mom – Hattie emailed a few weeks ago. I think of you and your parents often and of their laughter and smiles. I know your mom helped my mom connect to life outside home when my mom was ailing (I think they discussed air conditioners but it cheered my mom.) I hope you are doing well. Kate and I are thinking of you and your family.
Love Meg Browne