Mrs. Elva Bacon McCartt, age 98, Johnson City, passed away Sunday, March 20, 2016 at the Johnson City Medical Center.
Mrs. McCartt was the daughter of the late William Hiram & Melissa Viola Poe Johnson. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Clyde H. Bacon, daughter, Melissa Grindstaff and her husband Larry, one brother, Howard Johnson and second husband, Arthur McCartt.
She attended Covenant Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. McCartt was a Registered Nurse and retired from Jones Ear Nose & Throat in Johnson City. She had also worked for Johnson City Memorial Hospital and Johnson City Medical Center as an I.V. specialist. She enjoyed working in her flower garden and square dancing.
Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Mack & Brenda Bacon, Boones Creek; grandson, Michael Grindstaff and wife Dana, Atlanta, GA; two great-grandchildren, Zachary Grindstaff and Madison Carter; great-great grandson, Sutton Carter; step children, Bill McCartt and wife Shirley, Johnson City and Emily Crumbly and husband Don, Bristol.
The family would like to thank the employees of Magnolia Crossing Assisted Living and Cornerstone for their wonderful loving care and also the fifth floor staff of JCMC for their kind attention to Miss Elva.
Funeral services will be conducted 2:30 pm Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at the Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Dr. Jody Jenkins officiating. The family will receive friends from 1:00-2:30 pm Wednesday prior to the service. Interment services will follow at Fairview Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Paul Woodby, Pat Wolfe, Tim Harris, Dr. Jim Clark and David Clark. Honorary pallbearers will be Men of Covenant Presbyterian Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Covenant Presbyterian Church 603 Sunset Dr. Johnson City, Tennessee 37604.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Raymond and Darlene Green
|Our sincere condolences. |
||Kenny and Carol Johnson
|Mack and Family,
I have fond memories of working with Elva when I was an orderly in the old Johnson City Memorial Hospital while I was in college before going to UT Medical School in Memphis. She was an iconic lady with the legend of always being able to get even the hardest IV started. Seems like only yesterday.
To have lived 98 years is wonderful. Pop Johnson made it to 98 and Grandmaw Johnson made it to 98. I guess we have pretty good genes in us.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Kenny and Carol Johnson
|Prayers for you Mack and Brenda at this time of your loss. |
My favorite memories of your mother is while I was playing a quick tune on the piano, she stood and danced a little. The smile on her face was so delightful! And then the day she played Tennessee Waltz on the keyboard! I've not known her but for a few months, but feel like I had a true friend. She will be missed by so many but her memories will live on forever. Much love and prayers to you and the family. God bless!|
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