I worked with your sweet mother at the Hunter and Latteier office for 2 years from 1972-1974. I was a newlywed and she was so sweet to me. We had many long talks about marriage and families. She adored your father and her children. She was such a good example of true womanhood to me. She can now be with her family on the other side and I know she will continue to watch over all of you. Rest in Peace sweet Elaine.
— Bonnie Coons
Linda, Kevin, and Karrie,
I was so sorry to hear of your moms passing. I’ve been thinking about her a lot lately, she was a special friend. I cherish the times we had with both your mom and dad. They were pretty special to us. We have very fond memories of them.
Sending my sympathies to all of you. Wish I could be there.
— Rae Coombs
Linda, Kevin, and Karrie.
Sorry to hear of your moms passing. She was a special friend and I have been thinking of her a lot lately.
I have very fond memories of both your mom and dad.
Wish I could be there.
Sending my love and sympathy.
— Rae Coombs
Dear Linda, Kevin and Kerry,
I wish I could have come to your Mom’s funeral. She was such a sweet lady. Dave and I visited her and your Dad a few times and she was always so very gracious. She made you feel so welcome in their home. I know she did not have an easy time during the last few years. Devon kept me informed about her through his visits with her. As much as you will miss her, your sentiments about her being “free” are certainly accurate. Isn’t it wonderful that we have the Lord’s plan of salvation to give us comfort and assurance when our loved ones leave us behind. Your Mom was a very special lady.
Love, Helen Fox
— Helen Fox
So grateful for Sister Elaine Huntington! Because of her job with Dr Latteire, she played a wonderful
part in delivering Kevin Bergstrom, my husband (64), his brothers and sisters AND my 4 children. She always had a SMILE, a gentle caring attitude, so loving, so intelligent, and kind. We were happy to see that when we moved to Murray, 25 years ago she was in our ward . She radiated sunshine, love, wisdom, and a beautiful testimony!
— Patty Bergstrom
My name was Susan Peacock and your mother was my aunt your father was my mother’s brother, I am so saddened that I found you after all these years through my sweet auntie Elaines obituary. Fond memories of Orangeville and your mom’s pinwheel cookies we make them every Christmas. My heart goes out to all of you. Linda I hope you remember me.
My auntie Elaine and Uncle Reed are two treasures I carry in my heart. Love susan