Mary Ellen Mims PDF Print E-mail

Mary Ellen Spratt Mims, 92, of Newberry, widow of Carl Wesley Mims, died Monday, July 30, 2018, at Springfield Place.

Born on October 12, 1925, in Newberry, she was a daughter of the late Rober and Carlene Bigham Spratt. She graduated in 1942 from Newberry College after completing a four year degree in just three years. Mrs. Mims formerly worked at Garber's Department Store, was a member of Lewis Memorial United Methodist Church and the VFW.

She is survived by a son, David (Vickie) Mims of Hendersonville, NC; a sister, Rebecca Gilliam of Newberry and grandsons, John Mims and Michael Mims.

Gravesidel services will be held at 3:00 pm Tuesday, August 7, 2018, at Newberry Memorial Gardensl by the Rev. Jimmy Counts.

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#2 Mark and Mary Kober 2018-08-06 03:56
Dave, Vickie, John and Mike,

Mary and I are terribly sadden'd at the loss of Daves mom, Mrs. Mims. We are so sorry we can't be there with you during this most difficult time. Please know, we are in constant prayer asking our Loving God to cover you in his grace and to comfort and guide you during your time of grief. Please accept our sincerest Condolences. We miss and love you.

Your Best friends for life,

MnM Kober
 
 
#1 theresa halfacre 2018-07-30 11:06
I am so sorry to read of Miss Mary's passing. She was a lovely, lovely lady and I will miss our visits - especially those with my dog, Mr. Bean. She was engaging and fun at trivia, and over the years it was interesting to learn of her travels in the states and abroad. She loved to fly and large bodies of water. She told me - on several occasions - that she lived a wonderful life. I learned from her. She spoke proudly of her son and daughter-in-law and their two dogs ("real brother and sisters!"). Miss Mary had a wealth of historical knowledge, spoke highly of our military, and was greatly appreciative to those who served. Truly, I will miss her. Much love and comfort to those who loved her.
Sincerely,
Theresa Halfacre and Mr. Bean
MSA Hospice and Home Health