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Monday February 15th, 2021
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Elsie E Shiveley

BATAVIA - Elsie E. Shiveley (nee Eldridge), age 98, passed away on February 10, 2021. She was born on October 21, 1922 in Sharkey, Kentucky, to the late Preston and Emma Eldridge. Mrs. Shiveley worked for Shillitos in the data processing department. In her later years, she worked at the service desk at Eastgate Mall. She is preceded in death by her brothers Woodrow, Arnold, Farley, Levi, and Bobby; sisters Violet and Geneva; husband Harry Franklin; grandson Adam Shiveley; and sons-in-law Frank Stoffel and Jerry Alcorn. She is survived by her daughter Sharon Stoffel Alcorn; grandchildren Ryan (Susan) Stoffel, Robin (Kevin) Horton, Abby (Yancy) Craig, Eric (Kim) Shiveley; and great-grandchildren Cameron Horton, Myles Horton, Davis Horton, Karson Horton, Nick Stoffel, Graycn Stoffel, and Lillie Craig. Mrs. Shiveley's family will receive friends on February 15, 2021 from 10AM until 11AM funeral service at Moore Family Funeral Home, 225 Spring Street, Batavia, Ohio. Interment will follow at Graceland Memorial Gardens in Milford, Ohio. 

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We miss Aunt Elsie very, very much. We enjoyed spending time with her, talking about all sorts of things, like the streetcars to downtown and how they mistook baby skunks for kittens when they were little kids. Taking her food and just sitting around having a good time with real family. So many tears for us, but she is with family in heaven and happy again. With love: Amy and Velika

Amy Feb 13 2021 3:34 PM

We shall miss her, our Aunt Elsie. I miss our Tuesday mornings together, the Bob Evans sausage gravy and biscuit breakfasts, Graeter's donuts, canning her green beans every year, running errands between the two of them. So many memories of Aunt Elsie and Mom. My thoughts and prayers are with the families. Love, Vicki

Vicki Watkins Feb 11 2021 9:45 AM