Dolfe Corvette ('51) At Home With Jesus
Ms. Dolfe Emylyn Corvette, 83, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John A. Corvette of Savannah, Ga., went to be with her Lord on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2006.
Dolfe was a graduate of Nyack College with a diploma in Sacred Music; Georgia Southern College with a B.S. in Music Education; and Georgia Teachers College with a B.S. in Education. She taught English for eight years in Savannah, GA., 19 years in DeKalb County in Atlanta, GA and two years at Episcopal Day School in Gadsden. Ms. Corvette served as a Women's Naval Reservist from 1952-1956. She retired from the DeKalb Board of Education of Atlanta in June 1986 and moved to Gadsden.
Dolfe is survived by her brother, Clifford T. Corvette, Savannah, GA; nieces, Mrs. Pam Duncan, Gadsden, Mrs. Sally Beales-Neasbitt and Jeanne Beales, Fort Worth, TX, Mrs. Carol Cook, Savannah, and Mrs. Judy Hair, Atlanta; nephews, Gary and George Montgomery, Savannah, GA; grandnieces, Mrs. Melanie Hogue, Woodstock, GA, and Joyce Fender, Amarillo, TX; and grandnephew, Scotty Neasbitt, Torrington, CT.
A memorial service was held at Parkway Community Church of Gadsen,GA on Sunday, Dec. 31 at 1:30 p.m., where Ms. Corvette was a member.
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