World's Greatest Sister ~ World's Greatest Paralegal

Elaine was the greatest sister and paralegal who ever lived.

She fought cancer for 8 hard years. She was the strongest and toughest person who I have ever known.

Elaine was my right hand in the law office for 27 years.

She will be missed everyday.

Howard Spiva
brother

Elaine Spiva Watson – Savannah – age 59.

Elaine, died January 25, 2012 at 10:05am after an 8 year long fight with cancer. Mrs. Watson was born in Atlanta, Ga., daughter of the late Earnest E. Spiva and late Vivian Spiva Williams.

Elaine was a co-founder and board member of The Justice For Children Foundation.

Survivors include her husband, Robert M. Watson, Jr.; her daughter, Michelle Woods of Savannah; son, Brian E. Woods and partner, Kelly Bruce of Florida; brothers, Ed Spiva and his wife Sabrina of Savannah; Howard Spiva and his wife, Kelly of Savannah; her aunt, Angela Sherman of Savannah; her uncle, Raymond Tarpley and his wife, Sandra of Savannah; many cousins, and her grandson, Logan Alexander Woods and many nieces and nephews.

The family will accept visitors Thursday from 6pm to 8pm. A Memorial will be held at Gamble Funeral Service on Friday at 2:30pm.

Remembrances may be made to Hospice of Savannah or Justice For Children Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 61678, Savannah, Ga. www.justice4children.org
She was a board member and this was a very important organization to her.

Gamble Funeral Service
410 Stephenson Avenue
Savannah. Ga. 31406
(912) 354-1616