Elizabeth Ann Elle, 67, of Sebastian, FL died July 21, 2021 in Vero Beach FL. She was born February 16, 1954 in Rochester, New York the daughter of Fred and Frances (nee Harrington) Meadows. She graduated from Rochester High School and received her bachelor’s degree from Suny Tech in Marcy New York. She worked as a medical office manager in the healthcare industry. Elizabeth had been a resident of the Sebastian area for over 20 years coming from New York.
She is survived by her husband, Bruce M. Elle of Sebastian, FL. Also survived by two sons and a daughter, Jesse Mitchell and Bruce Elle and Lauren Mitchell all of Point Rock, New York; a sister, Vicky Savage of Austin, TX and a brother, Fred Meadows of St. Paul, MN.
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