Eleanor Whitener Ramseur Death, Obituary – On Friday, December 9, 2022, the life of Eleanor Whitener Ramseur, who had resided in the Lincolnton hamlet for her entire life and had reached the age of 85 when she died away, came to an end. Eleanor Whitener Ramseur had spent her whole life in the area. The memorial service for her will be place at Marvin United Methodist Church on the afternoon of Wednesday, December 14, 2022, at one o’clock in the afternoon.
A memorial service be performed in her honor following her passing. Amy Vaughn and Kelly Whitener, both of whom are ministers, will take turns serving as the ceremony’s presiding ministers during the event. Following the conclusion of the funeral services, the body will be laid to rest in the cemetery that is located just next to the church where the funeral was held. On the day of the funeral, the family will welcome friends and family to the Marvin United Methodist Church fellowship hall for a viewing that will begin at 11 a.m. and continue until 12:45 p.m., which will take place on the same day as the funeral. The visitation will be held from Monday through Friday of this week.
On September 3, 1937, Eleanor was brought into the world in the county of Lincoln in the state of Illinois. Both of her parents, Jacob Shuford and Eva Goforth Whitener, have left this life since she was born. Jacob Shuford and Eva Goforth Whitener both passed away. Her husband, James Lex Ramseur, left this world before she did, following in the footsteps of both of her parents, who had left this world before she did.
Her passing occurred some time after that of her spouse. Eleanor was a mother who stayed at home with her children and enjoyed a wide variety of hobbies, some of which included gardening, hosting dinner parties in her home, and hosting tea parties for her friends and neighbors in the neighborhood. Her cheery attitude and unwavering devotion to the Lord will be remembered with warmth and fondness in the hearts of her family and the friends she has left behind for the rest of their lives. They will carry these memories with them throughout their lives.
Family members who have survived include two daughters, Julianna Chapman and husband Neal of Lincolnton and Robin Garner and husband Rick of Lincolnton; five grandchildren, including John Garner, Callie Hussey and husband Eric, Thomas Chapman, Alaina Chapman and husband Austin Perry, and Leah Chapman, all of Lincolnton; two great-grandchildren, including Xander Garner and Emmy Hussey; and two brothers, Robert Whitener and