In Memory

Dale Ellis

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01/23/12 05:41 AM #1    

Don Hodges

Dale was a great life long friend and dear brother in Christ. See you on the otherside brother.

01/13/14 12:05 PM #2    

Chris Magee

Dale was the brother I never had.  In our youth, he stood in defense of me when others attempted to do me harm.  He lifted me up when I had fallen and had given up.  He made himself available to talk and was a trusted friend in whom I could confide - and always when I was most in need.  At times when I was empty, lost and alone, he gave me hope and helped me get through the day and the next day and the next.  One of Dale's most beautiful traits was his ability to help others and he did so willingly.  And he gave to me the most valuable possession in life - he gave me his most trusted friendship!

Thank you for always being there and for being my friend, Dale Ellis, my brother.

Chris Magee

03/09/14 11:42 PM #3    

Elaine Googe (Pierce)

Dale died on Jan. 7, 2005.  He was a good and Godly man. 

05/19/19 02:54 PM #4    

Joe Upchurch


Dale W. Ellis

Dale W. Ellis, 53, of Savannah, passed away on Friday, Jan 7, 2005 at Hospice Savannah, Inc. Dale was a lifelong resident of Savannah and was schooled in the public school system here, graduating from H. V. Jenkins High School in 1970. He also attended Carlisle Military Academy in Bamberg, S.C. and St. Andrews School in St. Andrews, Tennessee. Dale also attended South Georgia College and Armstrong Atlantic State University. He was the owner of Savannah Courier Services, which he started in 1978, and continued with until his health declined this year. Dale was known for his courageous struggle to live with the effects of disability which he received in a car wreck in 1975. Dale was a lifelong Christian, and was admired by many for his firm expression of his beliefs. Dale went peacefully and fearlessly from this life to continue his journey along his Christian Path. Dale was the Founder of The Key Bible Track Ministries, a Graduate of Rapha Bible Institute, and a Founding Member of the Full Gospel Business Men's Association. Dale was preceded in death by his father, Charles Stephen Ellis, and his paternal grandparents, Milton B. and Mary Ellis. He is survived by his mother, Muriel "Myra" Chapman, sister, Mary Lynn Brown, and two brothers, Charles Stephen Ellis, III and George Register Chapman, and a number of nieces and nephews, and great nieces and great nephews. Memorial Services: 3 p.m. Saturday, January 22, 2005 at Southside Baptist Church. There will be no graveside service as Dale chose cremation for his earthly remains. A marker will be added in the Ellis family plot in Bonaventure Cemetery. Dale has legions of friends and acquaintances throughout the South who will be saddened to hear of Dale's passing, but Dale asked that everyone be comforted in knowing that he has finally shed his broken and aging body and is now free to continue his journey pain free. Dale has asked that all his friends be joyful and trust in the Lord. Hubert C. Baker Funeral Home 7415 Hodgson Memorial Dr Savannah, GA 31406 (912) 927-1999 Savannah Morning News, January 13, 2005 Please sign our Obituary Guestbook at

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