Celebrating the life of

Marjorie Ruth Elliott

May 12, 1931 - January 11, 2023

Marjorie Ruth Elliott

Marjorie Ruth Elliott of Pooler Georgia passed away on Wednesday January 11, 2023 at the age of 91.Ruth died peacefully with her beloved daughters at her side.

Ruth, the youngest of 4 siblings, was born in Henderson Texas on May 12,1931 to father Charles Harvey and mother Ina Harvey. After graduating from high school, she would meet the love of her life Phil Thomas Elliott Jr who had been stationed at a San Antonio Texas Air Force base during the Korean conflict. From her humble early childhood years, Ruth and Phil would work hard to create a full and rich life together. In later years, she would fondly talk about her Daddy’s prize winning onions and the family cow Bessy. After Phil’s retirement from Eastman Kodak, they would live in many wonderful places including Honeoye Lake New York, Lake Oconee Georgia, the Florida Keys, Bonita Springs Florida and finally in Savannah Georgia. They enjoyed family, traveling, and the fellowship with church members and friends.

Ruth was proceeded in death by her husband Phil, her parents and her siblings. She is survived by her children Phil (Jeanne) Elliott, Linda Elliott, Cynthia (Andy) Gvist, Brad (Jane) Elliott, grandchildren Crystal Couturier, Kate Castleman, Lauren Scott, Kari Arflin, Jeremy Deich, Kristin Swanstrom, Amanda Shafer, Chase Campbell, Paige Elliott,Kyle Elliott and 13 great grandchildren.
Services and final wishes will be private. People wishing to honor Ruth’s lifelong example of devoted wife, mother and friend can donate to the Alzheimer’s Association.





Some of my best childhood moments were spent with the Elliotts on Honeoye Lake. Your mom made the most heavenly delicious french toast! I still haven’t figured out how she did it! Berryland, flashlight tag, beach fires and playing in the woods - it was all so much fun. I know you’ll miss your mom, she was wonderful. ❤️

- Marri Dukelow Buchanan, Ashe County, NC

Loved that lady! She was always so gracious and loved to laugh. Like Marri said, the french toast was awesome. I can still hear her laugh.

- Chris Dukelow Stevens, Fort Mill, sc

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel