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August 14th 1955
April 4th 2012
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I just wanted to leave my condolences and a comforting scripture. John 5:28 reads- 'Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out." This speaks of a resurrection of our dead loved ones. I know you don't know me but you and the family will be in my prayers.
When you have a chance please visit http://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/what-hope-for-dead-loved-ones/1101987030/
Capable. Accomplished. Smart. Supportive. Adventurous. Colorful. Elegant. Words I think of when I think of Ellaine. I am so sorry to find out that Ellaine has passed on. My sincere condolences to the Yeaman family.
My first memory of Ellaine was watching her on the dance floor with Doug. We were all at a Prudential RE convention in San Antonio, Tx. She was so beautiful and Doug looked like a man in love.
She was such a lovely person in so many ways. It was obvious that when she was talking to someone, they had her full attention and that she truly cared about them.
She was also the ultimate wife and partner for Doug. She was always game to try some new adventure with him. I also admired the way she got along with Doug's daughters.
Most of all I loved her sense of humor. One day she showed me how Diego loved to chase the light from a flashlight. He would chase the light up a wall like a mad man while we laughed hysterically. I knew by then that Doug was totally besot with Ellaine to have a Boxer leaving hair on his business suits! The acquisition of La Jolla proved it. Ellaine touched many lives, caused many smiles and lots of laughter. No one is ever really gone when they leave behind so many memories to fill our hears.
Doug & Ellaine have been two of our best friends for years. How could they not be? They have enabled us to not only have success in our business life but also our personal life.
Our heart goes out to Doug in his time of loss, for Ellaine, like Joyce to me, was his partner, lover, confidant, best friend and the person at the other end of the climbing rope you could ALWAYS count on.
The world is a lesser place now that she is no longer in it. Love you both!
Ricky & Joyce Davis
You were always so compassionate to me with what I was going thru with my wife having alzheimers. Yet you were suffering also. I will never forget you and will always remember you sweet smiling face. Thanks for being a friend.
I first met Ellaine by telephone early in her relationship with Doug. I attended their wedding on a deck overlooking the ocean in Carmel, CA. When we were in Chicago, Ellaine's dog, Diego, decided that he needed to be in my lap. He was a boxer and much too big to be a lapdog. It was hysterical to watch him try.
Ellaine had an inimitable sense of style, not only in her wardrobe, but in her home as well. Each of the three homes she decorated were unique and beautiful. She loved to collect the odd piece of art or collectable and display it in her homes.
Ellaine had a willing heart. She approached every opportunity for growth with enthusiasm and a determination to do well. She was willing to take every journey, whether personal or professional. She had battled cancer in some form for many years and had beaten it each time. This time, her approach was to learn to fly fish.
She took each day one at a time, and refused to descend into depression (not that she didn't have her moments).She and I shared a special bond, built over many years. She is on a new journey now - Bon Voyage Ellaine!
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