Elaine Makin

Elaine Makin

December 08, 1938 - August 26, 2010

Elaine Makin

December 08, 1938 - August 26, 2010


Mary Elaine Makin, 71, of Laguna Woods, California passed away on August 26, 2010 in Laguna Hills, California. Elaine was born to Walter and Marie Rush in Cincinnati, Ohio on December 8, 1938 and moved to Rancho Palos Verdes, California with her husband and children in 1969. She died peacefully and pain-free with her four sons and true love of 57 years at her bedside.

She is survived by her husband Roy, sons Scot, Greg, Brian, and Kirk, and brother Wayne.

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25 responses to Elaine Makin

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  1. Greg and family,
    We send you our condolences and keep you in our thoughts and prayers at the time of such great loss. Elaine was a wonderful and actively involved grandma. It was such a pleasure to see her at the various school functions and soccer games. Her smiling face and warm presence will surely be missed by all. With heartfelt condolences and love,

  2. Danny Broder says:

    My deepest condolences sent to the Makin family. Elaine was a special woman and will be missed by all who knew her.

  3. Sandy Broder says:

    My deepest sympathy is sent to all of you for the loss of Elaine. She was a sweet woman.

  4. Sue Cameron says:

    It has been my daughter, Aubrey’s and my privilege to have been involved with Girl Scouts with the Makins, since Courtney and Aubrey were in 1st grade. We have many special memories of meetings at the Makins’ home. Elaine was a regular participant at these meetings. It was our pleasure to get to know her and to have her help the girls with their activities on a regular basis. I know Elaine enjoyed watching her grandchildren play sports as well. I remember one soccer season when Courtney and Aubrey played together that Elaine came to every game. I was a little surprised at first, because she was recuperating from an injury. Being confined to a wheelchair did not stop her from cheering enthusiastically from the sidelines. How blessed your family is to have had such a wonderful wife, mother, sister, and grandmother for so many years. Our hearts ache for your loss, and we pray that your memories and faith will give you strength.

  5. Brian Makes says:

    Momma Makes I miss u still on this day…10 years away

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