Elizabeth Fleming

Elizabeth J. Fleming

Tuesday, February 16th, 1932 - Friday, December 20th, 2019
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Elizabeth J. Fleming, 87, of Ellettsville, went to be with the Lord on December 20, 2019. Elizabeth was born to B.D. and Ela (Riley) Fleming on February 16, 1932 in Gary.

Elizabeth is survived by a loving daughter, Elaine (Jay) Hackett of Camby; four loving grandchildren, Emily, Amy, Jeffrey and Jason. She is preceded in death by her parents.

Elizabeth was a Proof Reader for Metropolitan Printing Company in Bloomington for 15 years, retiring in 1997. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Ellettsville. For the past several years, she volunteered at Area 10 Agency on Aging in Ellettsville. She had lived in Monroe County since 1970. She enjoyed all needle work but her favorite was knitting.

Elizabeth's wish was to have a simple, private family green burial at White Oak Cemetery in Bloomington.

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Erin Hollinden

Posted at 02:25pm
All of us at Middle Way House appreciate Elizabeth's important contribution to our Wrapped in Love public art display. The two tree sweaters she created have brought in sponsorship money that funds our emergency shelter, legal advocacy, support groups, transitional housing, childcare, and many more services helping survivors of violence and abuse. And her work beautifies downtown in winter, bringing a distinctive flair to the exhibit. We know it was somewhat challenging for Elizabeth to get to the trees to measure them and try her sweaters on them, but she managed to make her sweaters fit their trees just right--not easy for anyone to do. She was a joy to work with--so funny and smart! Please know we will remember Elizabeth fondly. Her legacy of artistry and charity will live on, as we re-install her tree sweaters each winter and earn more sponsorship money every year. May she rest in peace. (Anyone may email me at or call me at 812-320-8607 if you would like me to send photos of the tree sweaters or show you where they are or anything. I am at your service.) -- Erin Hollinden

Katherine Devich

Posted at 06:18am
I was honored to know Elizabeth though her exquisite knitted tree sweaters, contributed to the Bloomington community, and Middle Way House. Elizabeth was a treasured member of our community. Elaine, you have my sincere sympathy for your Mom’s passing. Condolences to your family.

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