In Memory

Eilecia Powers

Eilecia Powers

Ellecia graduated from West High School in 1969. We were friends in grade school at Clarendon and in high school. The following was provided in her obituary. After high school she moved to Las Vegas where she lived for about 30 years. Ellecia graduated from The Las Vegas Interior Design Institute as Valedictorian in 1990. She worked for many years in the construction industry as an Office Manager, Purchasing Agent and Interior Designer. Ellecia lived in Las Vegas for about 30 years then moved to Alamo, NV in 2001. In Alamo she was the owner of Scoops Ice Cream Parlor from 2012-2014. Ellecia was the President of the Alamo Senior Center and a member of The Red Hats. Ellecia’s family expressed their gratitude to the staff at Comfort Care Hospice for being there and making Ellecia’s so comfortable in her last days.

Survived By: Husband Dominque Slone, son Scott Furney, daughter Summer Pearce and granddaughters Kaylee Pearce and Abigail Pearce

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05/15/19 11:57 AM #1    

Carol Hazelett



05/15/19 02:35 PM #2    

Ginni Weaver (Lionberger)

It broke my heart to see that Eilecia has passed. She was such a lovely person and had a kind heart. I always thought she had the most beautiful eyes!! My sympathy to her family and friends.

05/16/19 09:49 AM #3    

Suzanne Carson

Was so taken back about Eilecia's passing.  We hung out at West for years.  She dated Art Husband and I dated John Hodges.  I remember once the guys were working on a car engine and they decided to take off and leave us alone.  We got together and removed EVERY possible part on the car engine and put it in a box!   Eilecia was one of my bridesmaids when I married my first husband.  We got together a couple of times after she moved to Las Vegas and then lost contact.  Have thought about her many times over the years 

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