Obituary of Elsie Belanger
December 14, 1934 – February 15, 2023
Elsie Grace Belanger. Age 88 of Taylor.
Elsie Grace Belanger, age 88, passed away peacefully on February 15, 2023, surrounded by her family. She was born on December 14, 1934, in Binghamton, NY, served in the Korean War where she met her first husband, the late Joseph Donald Thrush. She lived most of her life in Taylor, Michigan.
She was also the loving wife of the late Paul H. Belanger. She is survived by her three children from her first husband, Jeffrey (Susan) Thrush, Cynthia Malley, and Karen (Taylor) Davis-Parker; grandchildren, Casey (Ed) Measel, Jason Thrush, Kourtney (Michael) Davis, Kristy Malley, Steven Malley; great grandchildren Logan Measel, and Michael Davis.
Elsie will be long remembered for her strength of character and generosity of spirit. She held several secretarial positions during her 25+ years with the Taylor School District. She was an active church member, volunteered her time to the Women’s Army Corp, and other various community organizations. We will miss her quick wit, phrases, loving smile, and strong hugs. She loved her family and will be deeply missed by everyone that knew her.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made, in honor of Elsie Grace Belanger, to the Alzheimer's Association.
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