Elizabeth Joyce Lynette Chatters was born to Glen and Lynette (Lemorie) Chatters in Flint MI on August 6,1992.
A rush of wings they flutter high, to touch the sun and kiss the sky. A butterfly is with us now ~ No more a caterpillar upon a leaf. Our sweet Elizabeth with angel wings; a soaring butterfly with us they sing. Author Unknown
Elizabeth Joyce Lynette Chatters got her angel wings on March 6, 2013. While here on Earth Elizabeth touched many lives. She always had a kind word, a smile or a joke for those around her. She had a great sense of humor ~ Always making us laugh. She loved to hug everyone and had a special bond with any child who came in contact with her. They were automatically drawn to her gentle kindness. She loved reading and photography, cuddling and spending time with family and friends. She was a natural caregiver with a heart of pure gold. She had a lot of lives to influence while here, and she did so. She will be missed beyond words and loved beyond eternity.
Elizabeth is survived by her parents, Glen and Lynette Chatters Jr. Her siblings; Jennifer McGrath, Daniel Chatters, Andrea Chatters and Jack Chatters. Her niece, Madelyn Grace Ford (3). Her Great Grandmother, Sally Chatters of Millington, MI. Her Grandparents, Keith and Lynda Vincent of Clio, MI., Leonard and Cindy Lemorie of Louisville, KY., Edward and Anita Philo of Pahrump, NV. and Kathleen Chatters of Millington, MI. Many Aunts and Uncles, cousins and friends.
Proceeded in Death by her Grandfather, Glen Chatters Sr.
We know Elizabeth is so honored to care for and guide her niece or nephew due in August 2013 into the world.
We Love You Our Beautiful Angel.
A memorial Service will be held at New Covenant Free Methodist Church 13176 N Linden Rd. Clio, MI on Saturday March 16 at 2pm. With visitation from 1-2.
“You are my heart and soul ~ May you finally be at peace and realize how truly loved you were. I will not be complete again until the day we meet once more. I Love You My Baby Girl <3”
“I love you, daughter I never had. You know I would have done anything for you. You are a beautiful soul and I was honored to have met you and know you. May you rest peacefully and guide your loved ones through life. Until we meet again. Love you, baby girl!! ~Jill”
— Your second Mom! Jill
“So young & so free. You will be missed something awful girlie ! But we will all meet again! Until then we know your up there watching over your family! Xoxo”
“We love you”
— The Albrecht Family
“My heart is heavy for the family but I know Elizabeth has her wing's and will be checking up on all of you. Her love will be felt through out the world as she passes by leaving a gentle breeze to blow your hair slightly or the fresh breeze on a hot summer day. I love you all and I think of you all and say a prayer everyday for you. Much love.”
— Elza May