Elethia Warren Douglas

Sunrise: December 22, 1978

Sunset: February 2, 2020

Elethia Warren Copeland Douglas, AKA “Butta Ball”, relinquished her earthly cares and slipped quietly from our midst on Sunday, February 2, 2020.  A native of Virginia , she was the daughter of the late Della Mae Warren and Walter Griffin. She was educated in Norfolk, Virginia and received her CNA and Medical Tech Certification. She loved taking care of the elderly and was in this field for 15 years.

“Butta” loved everyone, and had a heart of compassion.

“Butta” was a faithful member of God’s Tents Meeting, and was a great part of the ministry.

“Butta” also loved reggae music.

“Butta Ball” as she was affectionately called was preceded in death by her parents, Della Mae Warren and Walter Griffin.

She leaves to cherish her memory her husband, Tony King Douglas; her daughters, Elethia Warren, E’Marian, Emani, and E’Miya Copeland; sisters, Tammy Warren, Crystal Adams (Matthew Waters), Alexis Berger (Victor), Yvette Winter Giovanni-Walters, Arcelia, Eloise, Carrie Artist, Erica Carr, Ann Willis, Trina, Shelly, Debbie Hunter, Angela Ferebee; brothers, Anthony Griffin, Willie Artist, Lamont & Michael Ferebee, Antonio Jordan (Angelique), Tony Boone, Clifton, Thomas Hunter, and DeAngelo; sister-in-law, Thashawna Jackson, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews, and cousins and friends. In addition, she leaves her best friend Sherita Hairston (Lil Mama) and godmother, Denise Hairston.

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    Deaconess Kimberly Davis, SCBC says

    Family, look to The Lord as the source of your comfort, peace, joy & strength!!

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      Sonja L Hurst says

      I’m gonna miss u sister fly high

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    Hermeyon Bright says

    You will be missed. I love you always my sisre my blood my cousin.

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    Tony Douglas says

    Mrs.Elethia Douglas,I want you to know that my love for you will always be your safe house and my heart will always be your resting place.Baby you taught me so much that it hurts to know that school is out of session right now because God has called you home,but I want you to know that when my name is called to be united with you and the Lord I will pay full attention to what I have to finish learning from you.Elethia you taught me how to love and with that I will continue to love you while you is preparing a place in heaven for me.Sweetie you is going to be truly missed and nobody that walks this earth will ever be able to take your place,you are a beautiful person inside and out and if anybody says otherwise then they is only looking at their self.Your journey on earth is now over but your mission in heaven is now starting so the same way you ran your race here I know your race in heaven is going to be even better…I love you and until I’m called you’ll always be my heart beat…Always and forever and has you would say,I’m ending these words but never my love,your husband,Tony.

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    Jaylen sessoms says

    Condolences to the family , she was like a mother to me I spent most of my time around they family so I’ve been included as butta only son I loved the family it’s sad she slipped always from us so suddenly rip butta you will be missed ????

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