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MYRTLE LEE ELVERTON

May 16, 1928 — December 18, 2023

Myrtle Lee Elverton, affectionately known as Puggie, passed away on December , 2023, in Dallas, TX. She was born on May 16, 1928, in Ferris, TX. Myrtle's life was a shining example of kindness and compassion, as she dedicated her career to helping others as a nurse and midwife.

Throughout her life, Myrtle touched the lives of countless individuals with her unwavering commitment to providing care and support. She was known for going above and beyond in her role as a caretaker and was always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. Her warm and nurturing personality made her beloved by both her patients and colleagues.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Myrtle had an unwavering dedication to her community. She actively participated in various community initiatives and events, demonstrating her passion for making a positive impact on the lives of others. Her involvement in the community reflected her deep-rooted belief in the power of unity and collaboration.

Myrtle's proudest accomplishments centered around her faith and community involvement. A churchgoing woman, she found solace and strength in her relationship with God. Her unwavering faith provided the foundation for all of her endeavors, allowing her to support others with love and kindness.

In addition to leaving behind a legacy of kindness and compassion, Myrtle is survived by her son James Kibble, who will cherish the memories they shared together. She is also remembered by four grandchildren - Sharon Everett, Alegura Perez, Derick Washington, and Adrian Jackson - who will forever hold their grandmother close to their hearts.

To Myrtle's joy, she had the opportunity to witness ten great-grandchildren enter this world. These little ones brought immense happiness into her life as she watched them grow and thrive. Furthermore, Myrtle was blessed with a host of great-great-grandchildren who brought joy that was immeasurable.

Myrtle's loved ones, including her parents and her late spouse Willie James Elverton, mourn her passing and will forever carry her memory with them. She also leaves a host of relatives and friends to cherish the legacy she left behind.

Myrtle Lee Elverton, known for her kindness, helpfulness, and caring nature, has left an indelible impact on the lives she touched. Her dedication to others, whether as a nurse, midwife, or simply a friend, will always be remembered. As we say our final goodbyes to this remarkable woman, let us celebrate the beautiful life she lived and the love she shared. May her soul find eternal peace knowing that she made a difference in our lives.

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Friday, December 29, 2023

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Saturday, December 30, 2023

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