1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Eliza Vonda (James) Hart

July 27, 1926 - January 22, 2021

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    Helke Sheeder says

    So sad and sorry for your loss. I met Sally when I would stop by with my mother for a Bible discussion group. We were always amazed by her spirituality and positive attitude. We will miss her terribly.

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    Helke Sheeder says

    So sad and sorry for your loss. I met Sally when I would stop by with my mother for a Bible discussion together. We were always amazed by her spirituality and positive attitude. We will miss her terribly.

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      Patty Hurt Summers says

      My heart is breaking for you all…your mom was always so sweet and kind loved stopping by to sit and chat with her…always welcomed with a warm hug and her sweet smile

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      Leonard Pyle says

      Your mom was such a sweet aunt. We are so sorry for your loss. Love y’all always. The weather is not the best for traveling so we are with you in our heart. Praying for peace and love always.
      Leonard and Dotty Pyle

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    Helke Sheeder says

    Sally was a lovely lady. I‘m so glad that I had the privilege to meet her. I would sometimes come over with my mother, Juliane, when she would stop by to visit and they would have encouraging discussions about the Bible together. I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful and caring mother.

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    Julie Hollis says

    My heart was saddened when I learned of Sally’s death.I feel very privileged that we been friends over 20 years.We shared a common interest in the Bible and the comfort it provides especially in times of need.Of great comfort is the thought found in John 5:28,29 something Sally looked forward too.She was a special Lady and Friend.With deepest sympathy,Julie Hollis

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    Julie Hollis says

    My heart was saddened when I learned of Sally’s death.I feel very privileged that we been friends over twenty years.We shared a common interest in the Bible and the comfort it provides especially in times of need.Of great comfort is the thought found in John 5:28,29 something Sally looked forward too.She was a special Lady and friend i will miss her greatly.With deepest sympathy,Julie Hollis

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    Franciena Heeralall says

    My deepest condolences to the family.May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of Jehovah God, who will remember every detail about her and bring her back again.
    I remember Sally smile and love for God’s Word. She look forward for God’s future promises.There is going to be a resurrection.Acts 24:15
    Sally will be truly missed .

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Eliza Vonda Hart
Eliza Vonda (James) Hart, a loving, gentle lady, entered into eternal peace at 9:50 pm on January 22, 2021, surrounded by family.
Eliza and her husband, John S Hart, were married for 67 years. They were devoted parents to a family of 4 children, David of Indianapolis, John II, Alan (Elaine), and Barbara, all of Evansville, Indiana.
She was the epitome of the selfless home maker, caring mother, proud Grandmother of Julie (Zach) Britt, Lynsey Fields, Sarah (Jeffrey) Wells, and Isaac Hart. She had 4 great-grandchildren, Julian and Sylvia Buente, and Beau and Luke Fields.
She enjoyed taking good care of her family, cooking, gardening (flowers), reading, crocheting, working crossword puzzles, and keeping in touch with her siblings, other relatives, and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Julia James, husband John S. Hart, sisters, Barbara (Allen) James, Catherine Bush, Vera Pyle, and Nelia Riley, brothers Billy Don, John James, and Jesse Andrew.
She is survived by one brother, Floyd James of Little Rock, Arkansas, numerous nephews and nieces.
Eliza was born in Rising Sun, Illinois, on July 27, 1926 to John and Julia James, and a member of the Church in Rising Sun, Marshall Fairy and recently baptized on January 16, 2021.
The family wishes to express special gratitude to Deaconess Hospice Nurses’ Staff, especially Nurse Theresa, for their loving care and compassion.
Visitation from 11-1 until time of service
Funeral services will be Saturday, January 30, 2021 at 1:00
Pastor Patrick Jackson officiating from Albright Methodist Church, Services and burial at Sunset Memorial Park.
Family and friends may call from 11-1, service at 1:00
We request that all present wear a mask, please.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Salvation Army or the Evansville Rescue Mission.
Sincerely, and with love always, the Hart Family
David, John II, Alan, and Barbara