|Birth: ||Dec. 25, 1927|
|Death: ||Oct. 20, 1998, USA|
Eunice Ellen Holt went to Heaven to join her husband Orville. Together, they were blessed with 6 children. They are my Aunt & Uncle. Aunt Noonie, as everyone called her, taught herself to play the piano. She played piano for churches for many years. She was a wonderful Christian woman. She had many grandchildren and great grandchildren. I loved her so much. Seven years ago, in 1994, she told the bible story of Ruth, at my wedding. She went to Heaven because of a rare brain disease called Picks Disease. Her and my Uncle Orville are burried together. On their headstone said "On the wings of a Dove". That song was her & Uncle Orvilles song. When my Uncle Orville passed away from Cancer, at his funeral, a white dove appeared. We said, "There he goes". Years later, at my Aunt Noonie's funeral, all of her family and friends were on our way back to our cars, and on the top of the roof of at the Cemetary, there were two white doves, together, looking at all of us. They made a noise so we would all see them. Then they both flew away, together. We all said, together, "They they go"!
I will forever miss her. She was one of the most important people in my life.
I love you Aunt Noonie,
William Earnest Stotts (1904 - 1977)
Lucy A. Findley Stotts (1907 - 1990)
Orville Lester Holt (1916 - 1987)
Eunice Ellen Stotts Holt (1927 - 1998)
Billie June Stotts Curtis (1932 - 1959)*
Robert Allan Stotts (1935 - 2011)*
Mountain View Cemetery
San Bernardino County
Created by: Lucy Buhlmann
Record added: Jun 25, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5570968
I love you Aunt Noonie and I miss you so very much!|
Added: Sep. 16, 2014
You were the best Aunt one could ever hope for. Your smile and loving nature always made me feel so warm when we visited you. You could walk into a room and in minutes, everyone was your fan. I try to be to my nieces and nephews what you were to me. I mis...(Read more)|
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