Elaine Fadely

Elaine Fadely 66 of Woodstock died at her home on Monday, March 25, 2013.

A funeral service will be held on Thursday, March 28, 2013, 2:00 pm at St. Jacob’s Lutheran Church, Conicville by Rev. Katie Gosswein and Rev. John F. Taylor, Jr. Burial will follow in the Conicville Cemetery.

Elaine was born November 6, 1946 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. She was the daughter of the late Earnest and Viola Polk Moomaw.

She is survived by her daughter, Pam Romick; three grandchildren, Kristyn, Dylan, and Alex Romick; two brothers, Earnest  Moomaw, Jr. of Edinburg and Alan Moomaw, Sr. of Mt. Jackson; Favorite cousin Sharon McCellan.

Pallbearers will be Alan Moomaw, Jr. Steve Moomaw, Brandon Moomaw, Dustin Pence, John Whitmer, and Fred Miller.

The family will receive friends Wednesday evening at the Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock from 7 to 8:30 pm.

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20 Condolences to Elaine Fadely

  1. roger polk and belle hamman says:

    Out thoughts and prayers are with Elaine’s family and friends. Think of good times and cherish the memories.

    Roger and Belle

  2. Al an Sandy Jenkina says:

    Our prayers to Elaine’ family and freinds

  3. Bob Claytor says:

    I had the great pleasure of working with Elaine for many years and she was very professional and focused and a pleasure to be around. We shall all miss her very much. We all have many fond memories that will carry us through.

  4. Lynne Harris says:

    My thoughts & prayers for Elaine’s family and friends. She will be missed by all her friends from the VA Ladies All Stars. I am so thankful that I was able to spend this past weekend with her at the bowling alley. Elaine was a wonderful person and we had many laughs together. God bless you, Elaine.

  5. karen kirkpatrick says:

    i met elaine when i joined the lady allstars. very nice lady. had fun laughing and cuttin up with her and melissa. truly sad and she will be missed by all. we will always think of her when at the tours especially where she will be with us in spirit now and forever in our hearts. my prayers are with the family and those freinds whom she held close. you will be missed elaine, rest in peace in a better place.

  6. Carolyn Dyson says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of Elaine’s family and friends. I’m so sorry. I bowl with Elaine on the VLAS tour. She was a wonderful lady. Just had lunch with her at the Suitland tour and had a great time. She will be missed but I know she will be with us in spirit. Rest in peace Elaine. God be with all of her family and friends.

  7. Lynette Narciso says:

    My thoughts and prayers to Elaines family. I had many years of fond memories being on the tour with her. She will truly be missed.

  8. Nancy Heislup says:

    My deepest sympathy to Elaine’s family. I saw Elaine this past Saturday at our VLAS Tour and I am very thankful for that memory and the hug and kiss on the cheek that we shared at seeing each other again. Elaine was a good friend and person. I will miss her very much and remember the good times we had together on the Tours and the fun we had bowling, our bowlers get together dinners and the fun we all had together as friends. In my heart and soul I know she is with her Angels and Jesus and at peace.

  9. Bob and Sandy Gusti says:

    Elaine was a good friend and so much fun to be around. She will surely be missed. Our condolences to her family.

  10. Handy Mart 19 says:

    Sorry for your loss. Elaine was a great person, and will be missed.

  11. Cindy Peppler says:

    My prayers for the family, Elaine was truly a great person. We just bowled against each other “up the ladder” on Sunday and all the laughing and cutting up was so much fun. She was a strong lady, she would tell you just how she felt, nothing held back, I admired her for that. It was an honor to be considered her friend. She is now with Barbara Berryman and her family, probably playing cards, maybe they have duckpin bowling in heaven. You are in a better place now.

    • Kathy Hux says:


      You will be greatly missed on the tour and in life. May your family be blessed by the memories and love that you shared with them.


    We will miss Elaine very much, she was a pleasure to be around. Our symphany goes out to her family and to all her employees from store NO.8,

  13. faye askew says:

    I bowled with Elaine this past weekend as well as other times. She was always a pleasure to bowl with. We yelled and laughed and had a good ole time together. I will truly miss her. My deepest symphany to her family and other friends.

  14. Marsha Merica Sunde says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with Elaines family. She was a really sweet lady.

  15. Jane McDaniel says:

    Dear Pam and Family,
    Our sincerest condolences to you and your family. Elaine was a fun person to spend time with. We bowled together for a short time and had a great time, laughing a lot. Prayers and hugs, Jane, Walter and Brandon McDaniel

  16. Shari Sgavicchio says:

    Remember God loves you and will keep us all strong as we grieve our friend Elaine. She will be missed.

  17. Jane Atwood says:

    My deepest sympathy to Elaine’s family at this time of sadness. I did get a chance to speak with her via Skype last Saturday at the bowling alley and enjoyed that very much. I will always remember you.

  18. The Turner Family says:

    Our prayers are with you in this sad time. We pray for your strength and understanding. We have had the occasion to bowl with Elaine and will miss her tremendously.

  19. kenny wagstaff says:

    elaine was a fine lady–i bowled some with her many years ago–surely she will be missed–my heart goes out to her family–she will be laughing at you bowlers now –for she loved the game and all of you .